05 Oct 2020Times of India
Even as India remains outraged over the gang-rape, assault, and subsequent death of a 19-year-old woman, belonging to the Scheduled Caste in Uttar Pradesh, heinous crimes against women are not abating, as one case from Gurugram shows.
06 Mar 2019Haryana
Senior Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Ashok Khemka, who was recently transferred once again by the Haryana government, took to Twitter to question his frequent transfers.
05 Jan 2019Gurugram
In a disheartening incident, a nine-year-old boy was allegedly run over by a tractor in Gurugram on Wednesday, just as his mother helplessly watched.
12 Aug 2018E-commerce
As e-commerce continues to eat into traditional retail including modern trade, shopping malls are remodeling and rearranging themselves as recreation centers offering a "shop entertainment" experience to customers, say industry experts.
23 Jul 2018Haryana
Four days after a sex-racket was busted in a club in Gurugram's MG Road, residents of the area carried out a candle march on Sunday demanding action against pubs and clubs inside malls.
07 Jul 2018Gurugram
A 45-year-old businessman from Gurugram's DLF Phase 5 was arrested on Friday for allegedly raping his daughter's 18-year-old friend when she visited their home on Thursday.
16 Jun 2018Gurugram
According to estimates by the Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB), at least 50,000 litres of diesel is burnt in Gurgaon every hour to ensure power backup in residential and commercial areas.
07 Feb 2018Delhi
The driver of a Haryana Roadways bus was allegedly assaulted by toll employees at the Gurgaon-Faridabad plaza on Tuesday. The incident took place around 11.30 am.
11 Jun 2017India
The HT reported the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) had flouted norms to facilitate deals for private builders.
13 May 2017Animal Rights
Dogs have been vanishing from Gurugram localities lately. In April, at least two, Brownie and Motu, were reported missing.
20 Mar 2017Delhi Police
The Supreme Court-mandated Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) has prepared a new action plan which could make parking of vehicles on footpaths a cognizable offense.