29052021-CT-01.qxd 29-05-2021 00:26 Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE SATURDAY | 29 MAY 2021 | CHANDIGARH HC APPLIES BRAKES TO POWER PRIVATISATION PROCEEDINGS The court makes it clear that further proceedings in the matter will remain in abeyance for the time being. INSIDE DESPITE DECLINE IN CASES IN UT, WEEKEND CURFEW TO CONTINUE Weekend curfew in place from 5 am on Saturday to 5 am on Monday; no one will be allowed to move in vehicles. PROJECT BY c m y b INSIDE PANCHKULA TALLY UNDER 100 FOR FIRST TIME SINCE APRIL 3 Panchkula district reports six deaths and 98 fresh coronavirus cases, under the 100-mark first time after April 3. INSIDE
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