New underpasses, flyover for Gurgaon
The NHAI approved three underpasses and a flyover for Gurgaon just hours after Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari, Rao Inderjeet Singh and Krishan Pal Gujjar announced development of basic amenities in the area, an official said here Saturday.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Companies will soon get rights to brand Metro stations DMRC
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation will soon auction the rights to name the stations. The corporation has shortlisted nine metro stations where the companies will be able to have their names as metro stations for a price.
Toddler with head three times normal size defies doctors by surviving operations - and SMILING
A TODDLER whose head swelled to three times its natural size has defied her doctors' bleak prognosis - now she's smiling for the first time.
Onion and potato costliest in Gurgaon amongst other Indian cities
It is getting difficult for Gurgaon residents to even feed themselves with three meals a day as vegetables prices are roaring abruptly.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Top Polo Player Narrowly Escapes Car Blaze
One of India's top polo players has spoken of the moment he almost died when his car burst into flames as he was driving along a busy motorway.
Couple jumps on Delhi Metro track, injured
The incident was reported at 10.27 a.m. from the Chhatarpur Metro station in south Delhi.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Three booked for engineer's suicide in Gurgaon
Three people were booked for abetment to suicide of an engineer, police here said Tuesday.
Panel to decide the relocation of IAF ammunition depot in Gurgaon
The State Assembly elections is just around the corner and a restricted part of Gurgaon- the IAF Ammunition Depot of 900 acres is posing problems for the administration.
The Indian Express
AAP not to contest Harayana Assembly elections
Yogendra Yadav, the AAP candidate from Gurgaon who lost in the recently held Lok Sabha elections, chose not to speak much on the issue.
The Times of India
NRI man to pay Rs 50,000 per month alimony, Rs 5 lakh damages to wife
NEW DELHI: An NRI man has been directed by a Delhi court to pay Rs 50,000 per month as maintenance to his wife along with a compensation of Rs five lakh for causing her "mental trauma, economic and physical harassment".
Bengaluru, Chennai and Pune lead Indian office market: Key takeaways
Approximately 8 million sq. ft. of office space was leased across eight major cities during the quarter.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Honda Motorcycle ties up with Haryana Gramin Bank
Eyeing rural and semi-urban buyers, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Monday entered into a retail finance tie-up with Sarva Haryana Gramin Bank.
Bhupinder Singh Hooda hits out at Centre over inflation, price rise
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today hit out at the Centre over inflation and price rise and claimed that the hopes raised by BJP before the polls have now turned into disappointment for the people.
Gurgaon's Mayfield Gardens in poor condition: Residents blame builders
The Haryana Lokyukta has given directives to the builders of Mayfield gardens to repair the poor infrastructure of the place.
Finextra Research news
Bravura moves John Waddy to new role for Sonata Emea-Apac development
Bravura Solutions Limited , is pleased to announce that it has expanded its executive management team with the creation of a new global product development role, responsible for the delivery of Sonata across Emea and Apac.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
The Times of India
RTI query: Has the SPG become a Hindu outfit?
Special Protection Group personnel check sophisticated equipment at the 14th India International Security Expo at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on October 12, 2014.
Fake drugs in India may cross US$ 10 billion in next three years: Assocham
Growing at a compounded annual growth rate of about 25%, the fake drugs market in India is likely to cross US$ 10 billion mark by 2017 from the current level of about worth US$ 4.25 billion, according to an ASSOCHAM recent analysis.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Real estate firm asked to pay Rs 25L for harassing buyer
Ansal Properties and Infrastructure Ltd has been asked by a consumer forum here to pay Rs 25 lakh to a man for harassing him by keeping him in the dark about matters related to a flat and demanding illegal considerations from him.
First monsoon showers pound Haryana and Punjab
First monsoon rains of the season lashed vast swathes of Haryana and Punjab bringing the much-needed relief to people especially peasants of the two agrarian states.
RWAs concerned over the poor state of rain water harvesting system in Gurgaon's Palam Vihar
Gurgaon witnessed a heavy rainfall on Thursday evening leaving roads heavily waterlogged and commuters facing some tough times to reach their destinations.