Capt Amarinder Writes To Centre Seeking Chandigarh’s Inclusion Under Open Sky Policy

By Accommodation Times Bureau CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has sought inclusion of Chandigarh in the list of cities notified for the operation of airlines of ASEAN countries under the Government of India’s Open Sky Policy. In a demi-official letter to Union Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu, Captain Amarinder Singh said

Taj Hotel: TATA Sons plans for 15 projects worth Rs 550 Cr in Punjab

By Rohit Sharma CHANDIGARH Tata Sons are planning to expand its hotel business in Punjab by adding 10-15 projects worth Rs 550 crores. The chairman Natarajan Chandrasekaran informed Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh this at a meeting on Tuesday. The chairman informed the CM that, "The company has identified 10-15 projects for expanding its

AAI – Ludhiana Development Authority to construct new international airport on 135 acres

By Accommodation Times Bureau CHANDIGARH In a bid to further boost industrial and economic activity in the state, the Punjab Cabinet on Monday approved the setting up of a new international civil terminal at Indian Air Force (IAF) Station, Ludhiana. The Cabinet, at a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, also

Business First Portal Attracts Investment Proposals Worth Rs 21,536 Cr Within 10 Days

InBy Accommodation Times Bureau Buoyed by the investor-friendly initiatives of the state government, coupled with the incentives provided by the Industrial and Business Development Policy -2017, Invest Punjab has received 55 Common Application Forms (CAFs) with proposed investment amount worth Rs 21,536 crores and employment generation of 30,700 within just 10

Municipal Council President suspended for bungling funds related to Housing for All

By Accommodation Times Bureau CHANDIGARH: The Local Government Department in a big action against corrupt practices placed the services of the President of Municipal Council Nabha Rajnish Kumar, E.O. Sukhdeep Singh Kamboj and Clerk Harjinderpal under suspension with immediate effect in the matter of the bungling of funds pertaining to ‘Housing for

Punjab approves new Sand & Gravel Policy to curb illegal mining, soon to start sand portal

By Accommodation Times Bureau To bring further transparency in the sand mining business, the Punjab Cabinet on October 17 approved several major policy changes to enable the government to grant contracts by auction of mining blocks in strategically established clusters through progressive bidding instead of the earlier process of auction by

If any illegal colony develops in future action would be taken against the officers & coloniser: Minister

By Accommodation Times Bureau CHANDIGARH The officials of the housing & urban development department to regularly monitor their respective areas to stop the development of any irregular colony, Housing & Urban Development Minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa made this clear to all the colonizers and officials during a high-level meeting. He directed