03012021-CT-01.qxd 1/3/2021 12:49 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE SUNDAY | 3 JANUARY 2021 | CHANDIGARH CHICKENS DIE EN MASSE AT BARWALA POULTRY FARMS Thousands of chickens die at poultry farms in Barwala due to some unknown reasons; samples sent for testing. INSIDE MET DEPT PREDICTS RAIN FOR 3 DAYS, COLD WAVE TO CONTINUE Meteorological Department predicts cloudy sky with rain/thundershowers for the next three days in the city. INSIDE WARRING BJP GROUPS UNITE AGAINST SOOD’S CANDIDATURE BJP high command is expected to declare names of party nominees for three mayoral posts on January 4. INSIDE
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