28112020-CT-01.qxd 11/28/2020 12:57 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE SATURDAY | 28 NOVEMBER 2020 | CHANDIGARH DELHI CHALO: ANOTHER DAY OF TRAFFIC BLUES FOR COMMUTERS The two-day closure of roads in Mohali district ends with barricades being lifted from all points in evening. INSIDE UT MULLS TRAINING MEDICOS AS COVID VACCINATORS Admn mulls increasing vaccinators by enrolling medical students in the Covid vaccination programme. c m y b INSIDE NEW CURBS HIT WEDDING PLANS AT BANQUET HALLS IN ZIRAKPUR Punjab move to impose night curfew from Dec 1 leaves couples scurrying to change their wedding plans. INSIDE
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