Showing posts from December, 2013
Anaaj promises platter to satisfy your palate
Chandigarh November 6, 2013: If you are looking for a pure vegetarian platter to satisfy your palate, Anaaj is the answer to your hunger pangs! Offering the best in Indian cuisine, this is the one of its kind eating place which has opened its first outlet at Food Quest, the Elante Mall food court.

This pure vegetarian eating place promises to offer you food quality of a five star restaurant at rates comparable to a Dhaba.The dishes are prepared using cholesterol free oil which gives you a healthy food at an affordable price.
Mr Ashwani Mehta, General Manager, Anaaj explains, “As the name suggests its one stop restaurant which promises you the real Indian food. Anaaj, which means food for the day, speaks for the quality, which itself explains the perfection in it.” He adds, “Anaaj comes with fantabulous ambience of the food court which also has a live DJ that plays western and Indian music throughout the day. Sharma is a known name in setting …
Expect the ‘Unexpected’ from Lavy Bains

Chandigarh 13 November 2013::This Saheri/Morinda resident never expected to be a singer one day till he thought of something he had never expected! The title of the album 'Unexpected - A story so far...' itself tells the story of 39 year old Lavy Bains who has come out with a collection of eight Punjabi numbers which are a mix of romantic, social and traditional.

While releasing his debut album “Unexpected, A Story so Far” at Chandigarh Press Club here, Lavy Bains said the uniqueness of this work is that he has himself written and composed his songs.
The album has been presented by Varinder Vashisht while music has been given by R.Guru and video direction is by Kamalpreet Jani.
Lavy while addressing the media persons said the album came unexpected hence has been titled so. “It was all so sudden and I never knew that I would one day have my own compilation of songs”, he added.
He said in his album all songs bring out feelings and some social m…

‘Indian students are much more aware in science’

UTS faculty members in city for promoting science among students
Chandigarh, November 19, 2013: Professor Bruce Milthorpe, Dean of the Faculty of Science, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) and Belinda Howell, General Manager, Market Development, UTS, today said they had found Indian students much more sophisticated and aware in science. UTS happens to be one of Australia’s leading universities and the two faculty members are here to promote the subject as a career option.
Professor Bruce Milthorpe joined University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) as Dean of Science in November 2008. He has published over 100 referred journal articles and more than 120 conference presentations and since 2000 he has been a chief investigator on biomedical research projects and grants with total funding in excess of $ 2.7 million. Belinda Howell joined UTS: INSEARCH in November 2011 and has served several organisations like British Airways, Macquarie Bank and KPMG to name a few.
Interacting with media pers…

British School students enthrall audience

Panchkula, December 1, 2013: Indradhanush Auditorium came alive with Tarang 2013, the annual function of The British School here today. The chief guest on the occasion was Dr. S. S. Phulia, IAS, Deputy Commissioner, Panchkula and Chief Administrator, Shree Mata Mansa Devi Shrine Board and Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Panchkula. The function involved participation from all the students of the school. The function took off with Ganesh Vandana. Principal of the school, Ms. Anita Mehra welcomed the guests and the parents.
The inaugural ceremony commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries. The chief guest, Dr. Phulia felicitated the academic and sports achievers of the school. He also honoured the chairpersons of the school, Mr. T.R. Sethi and Ms. U. Sethi for their contribution in the field of education.
The Director, Ms. Geetika Sethi presented the school Annual Report and highlighted the achievements of the school in various curricular and co-curricular activities. S…