24022019-CT-01.qxd 2/24/2019 12:31 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE SUNDAY | 24 FEBRUARY 2019 | CHANDIGARH DARK SPOTS: MC PROJECT YET TO SEE LIGHT OF DAY The MC project of illuminating the 9,300 dark spots in the city is not going to see the light of day soon. INSIDE HIGH COURT UPHOLDS 14-YR JAIL TERM FOR RAPIST FATHER Punjab and Haryana High Court dismisses an appeal filed by man convicted of raping daughter. INSIDE BARRASO ENDS MINERVA’S WINLESS STREAK Spaniard Juan Quero Barraso’s stellar goal helps Minerva Punjab FC register 1-0 win over Neroca FC. INSIDE
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