HindustanTimes Sun,26 Oct 2014


'Hate crime': 2 northeast men beaten up in Gurgaon

Seven men thrashed two call centre workers from Nagaland with cricket bats and hockey sticks in Gurgaon late on Wednesday, the latest in a string of apparent hate crimes against people from the northeast.

Rural Gurgaon changing, voters quiz netas about wi-fi, Twitter

Long considered a rural assembly constituency, the tourist town of Sohna in Gurgaon district is fast turning into an urban hub, and its growing pool of educated and modern voters are posing tough questions to ticket-seekers hoping to win a seat here in the upcoming Haryana assembly polls.

FIR against Unitech’s top officials for ‘cheating’ buyers

An FIR was registered against nine officials of realty major Unitech Realty Pvt Ltd, including its directors Ramesh Chandra, Sanjay Chandra and Ajay Chandra, on Thursday evening for allegedly cheating investors. A Gurgaon court had passed an ex- parte order to this effect.

Gurgaon gets 'heliport hub' for disaster management

The Gurgaon district administration has mooted a proposal for setting up a ‘heliport hub’ in the city for disaster management and air ambulance services.

Gurgaon sisters snatched from home, gang-raped

Two sisters, both minors, were snatched from their home near Gurgaon, after their parents were overpowered, and gang-raped by their landlord’s son and his three friends on Saturday night.

Conman turns ‘judge’, charms Gurgaon’s rich and powerful

Ashish Sen came to Gurgaon six years ago to work as a driver but went on to become a master conman, pretending to be a judge, befriending the rich and powerful and duping them of crores, before the police finally caught on to him.

Consumer court awards Gurgaon flat owners Rs. 33cr for faulty elevators

In a landmark ruling, a consumer court has ordered realty firm Ambience Infrastructure to pay Rs. 33.38 crore to a group of flat owners in Gurgaon for installing sub-standard elevators and failing to maintain them despite charging them for it.

Gurgaon: NE man beaten up, admitted to hospital

Days after a Manipuri man was beaten to death in New Delhi, another man from Manipur was attacked in Gurgaon on Sunday night.

I am not rude or arrogant: Vijender Singh

Between standing up to his opponent's punches and facing the camera for his debut role in Fugly, India's boxing sensation Vijender Singh says he finds acting much tougher than anything else he has done in his life.

IAS officer Ashok Khemka may get Centre deputation

Haryana cadre IAS officer Ashok Khemka, who had cancelled the mutation of a land deal involving Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, may be deputed to the Centre soon.

NDA wants Khemka to work for Centre

The Civil Services Board (CSB) headed by union cabinet secretary Ajit Kumar Seth is understood to have cleared the name of Haryana IAS officer Ashok Khemka for central deputation despite the officer facing a chargesheet for major penalty and a vigilance probe.

Noida gets Metro line to IGI, Gurgaon

The Noida authority and Delhi Metro Rail Corporation on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding for the 3.9-km elevated line, to be built at a cost of Rs. 874 crore and completed by 2016.

Digital salmons, phishers waiting

Holy Moses! I nearly jumped out of my chair in delight when I saw my mobile phone flashing an incoming call from one of my cousins, Ms Foolhardy, who had not called up in a long time. But any hope of a forthcoming gossip session evaporated as soon as I heard her voice, which was so low that I bet her forehead must be creased. Writes Neha Verma.

'Bihari wives' remark: Dhankar should open a marriage bureau: Women’s commission

Reviving the controversy over BJP leader Om Prakash Dhankar’s alleged derogatory remarks against women from Bihar, vice-chairperson of Haryana Women’s Commission Suman Dahiya on Wednesday said Dhankar should quit politics and launch a marriage bureau if he was that interested in the upliftment of women. The commission said it would be serving the National Kisan Morcha president a notice.

Under the weather: why can't India get its monsoon forecast right

It would help if the Indian Meteorological Department didn't tailor its announcements to its political masters' need to deliver good news. The IMD has weather radars in just a few cities compared to the scores spread across America, writes Gautam Gode.
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