16072022-CT-01.qxd 7/16/2022 12:56 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE SATURDAY | 16 JULY 2022 | CHANDIGARH PU SLIPS 2 SPOTS TO 25TH IN NIRF UNIVERSITY RANKINGS Panjab University slips two spots to the 25th position in the university category of the National India Rankings - 2022. INSIDE SLIGHT UPTICK AS 729 GET JABBED ON DAY 1 IN CITY As many as 729 persons take the booster shot in Chandigarh as Covid-19 vaccine was made free for all adults. c m y b INSIDE YEAR ON, PILOT PROJECT FAR FROM COMPLETE IN SECTOR 8 The pilot project to shift overhead cables underground and replace infrastructure in Sector 8 seems to be stuck in a limbo. INSIDE
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