03122022-CT-01.qxd 03-12-2022 00:30 Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE SATURDAY | 3 DECEMBER 2022 | CHANDIGARH FINALLY, PART OF Z’PUR FLYOVER OPENS TO MOTORISTS TODAY After months of delay, a section of the Zirakpur flyover will be thrown open to road users on Saturday morning. INSIDE 3 UT HERITAGE ITEMS GO FOR ~44.95 LAKH IN PARIS AUCTION Three artefacts designed by Pierre Jeanneret were sold for ~44.95 lakh in an auction held in Paris recently. c m y b INSIDE FORMER SECTOR 32 HOSPITAL DOCTOR DIES BY ‘SUICIDE’ A retired woman doctor reportedly died after falling off the fifth floor of a housing society in Sector 90, Mohali. INSIDE
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