29092022-CT-01.qxd 9/29/2022 12:57 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE THURSDAY | 29 SEPTEMBER 2022 | CHANDIGARH POST FLAK, ~1K FINE PUT ON HOLD AT RAILWAY STATION Rly authorities put on hold ~1,000 fine charged from vehicle owners as part of new pick up and drop off system. INSIDE HEALTH DEPT WITHDRAWS SHOP LEASE EXTENSION ORDERS UT Health Dept withdraws the 2002 notification of Finance Dept that allowed extension of shops in health facilities. c m y b INSIDE UT MUM ON SALE OF CRACKERS, DASEHRA ORGANISERS ON EDGE With Dasehra round the corner, uncertainty prevails among organisers over the use of firecrackers in the city. INSIDE
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