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Gurugram: Pet dog kidnapped, killed and eaten

03 May 2017 | By Mansi Motwani

On Tuesday, 'People for Animals', India's largest animal rights organization, filed a police complaint alleging that a missing pet dog had been beaten to death and then eaten by a group of people in Gurugram's DLF Phase-II area.

According to the complaint, the missing dog was kidnapped a month ago. The case is currently being probed.

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03 May 2017Gurugram: Pet dog kidnapped, killed and eaten

NDMCNDMC looking to acquire more electric cars for 'park-and-ride' services

The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) in its efforts to make Connaught Place a car-free zone, is trying to acquire more electric cars for its 'park-and-ride' service.

These cars would be used for carrying people from the Shivaji Stadium parking lot to CP's inner circle.

The agency has procured 5 electric cars and is looking to get more for a 10-20 vehicle fleet.

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Traffic Police create 2 green corridors to facilitate organ donation

NoidaTraffic Police create 2 green corridors to facilitate organ donation

The death of a 50-year-old activist from Uttarakhand saved the lives of 4 people as 4 organs from the activist's body were donated to 4 different persons.

On Tuesday morning, the Noida traffic police created two green corridors to assure speedy travel of the organs.

The woman's heart, liver and kidneys were transplanted to four persons and her eyes were donated to an eye-bank.

PollutionInstalling air-purifiers in school put on a hold by Government

On Tuesday, the Delhi Government suspended its earlier directive to install air-purifiers in schools of the city for combating air pollution.

The Directorate of Education (DoE) provided no explanation for doing the same.

Both environment experts and schools have appreciated the move, with environmentalists saying installing the purifiers would be an 'impractical' move.

Schools, too, were concerned about the cost of installing purifiers.

AIIMSDoctors to learn taekwondo for self-defense from patients' kin

Due to the increasing violence against doctors, approximately 1,500 resident doctors from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) may learn taekwondo to defend themselves on duty.

The doctors will begin their training from 15th May onwards, and will train at the institute's gymkhana club from 7-8 pm everyday.

The basic course is for 6 months and the black belt course for 30.

GurugramSohna Road residents face traffic menace in service lanes

Sohna Road residents of Gurugram have complained to the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) of traffic irregularities numerous times, but to no avail.

Residents have also alleged that passengers during peak hours, make use of the service lane to cross the 2km stretch, which restricts their movement around their condominiums.

Sohna Road has over 20 condominiums and gated societies, apart from malls and eateries.