11092023-CT-01.qxd 9/11/2023 12:42 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh tribune IOA TO END FACTIONALISM IN SPORTS BODIES: PT USHA MY FOCUS ON ASIAN GAMES, SAYS KISHORE JENA EYE DONATION AWARENESS FORTNIGHT CONCLUDES Former Indian sprinter PT Usha, heading the IOA, stresses things cannot be changed overnight. P3 28-year-old Kishore Jena hogged limelight with best javelin throw of 84.77m at the Budapest. P3 The 38th National Eye Donation Fortnight celebrated at the PGI here from Aug 24 to Sept 8. P3 » » 58 PANCHKULA 48 MOHALI 52 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 SUNRISE TUESDAY 6:05 AM TWITTER/THETRIBUNECHD FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE 5-STAR GRIHA RATING Facility coming up at Sec 51 to have ‘intelligent’ features SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD Sandeep Rana FUTURE-PROOF TECHNOLOGIES Tribune News Service Chandigarh, September 10 In a first, the city will have its community centres converted into green and intelligent facilities conforming to a minimum 5-star GRIHA (Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment) rating. As part of a pilot project, the Municipal Corporation is going to construct a new community centre in Sector 51 on the same pattern. The civic body has invited a request for proposal for hiring the services of a green consultant to plan and construct the centre as an intelligent building conforming to a minimum 5-star GRIHA rating. Following the project, other new and existing centres will be built on the same lines. According to the MC, the building will be built as a signature/intelligent building by using future-proof technolo- INBRIEF MAN HELD FOR BICYCLE THEFTS Chandigarh: The police have arrested a man for stealing bicycles. The suspect, identified as Sandeep Kumar (28), a resident of Burail, Sector 45, has been arrested for stealing a bicycle from the area under the Sector 34 police station. A total of six bicycles have been recovered from him. TNS The building will be built as a signature/intelligent building by using future-proof technologies ensuring barrier-free environment along with divyang-friendly infrastructure. It will have hi-tech facilities such as intelligent car parking, intelligent campus lighting, intelligent access control system and a central vacuum-cleaning system to ensure a good indoor air quality. <
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