An eight-year-old girl was allegedly molested for two years by school helps at an upmarket private school in Gurgaon, the police have been told. The two women have been booked and molestation charge brought against them.
The Gurgaon administration is all set to get a new building by mid-July for various department offices which are presently scattered across the city. Snehil Sinha reports.
An engineer was arrested for allegedly raping a 23-year-old woman on the pretext of marrying her. The woman filed a complaint at the Palam Vihar police station on Friday. The accused was arrested on Friday and will be presented in court on Monday.
Concerned over slowdown in business, the brass of the city’s IT and BPO firms are now emphasising on innovation. Deevakar Anand reports.
Cases of domestic violence top the list of crimes against women in the Millennium City, says a group of social workers. The Damini helpline, a private initiative in Gurgaon to help women in distress, receives about 10 calls daily, most of which pertain to domestic violence in urban households. Snehil Sinha reports.
Haryana will soon have a well-equipped Hepatitis C Management (HCMC) Cell for providing latest treatment to patients. The cell will be established at an estimated cost of R10 crore and a proposal in this regard was approved by the chief minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
A woman filed a complaint at the Sadar police station on Friday, accusing a constable of rape. The accused, Mangey Ram (45), was arrested and produced before a court that sent him to judicial custody.
Buoyed by the encouraging results in some districts, the Haryana government has earmarked more than Rs. 500 crore in this fiscal for the district plan (D-Plan) scheme in the state. Launched in 2008-09 with about Rs. 100 crore, the scheme today has many significant development works to its credit.
The station house officer (SHO) of the Sadar police, who was arrested for allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs. 1 lakh, tried to commit suicide by consuming mosquito repellents in the lock-up of civil lines police station on Saturday. Singh also wrote a suicide note, however, the note is not being made public by the police.
Three days after the residents’ welfare association (RWA) of The Close North was handed over the management of 10 towers by the builder, Unitech Limited, on May 15, a controversy has erupted over the issue of the condominium’s security. Badri Chatterjee reports.
With water shortage worsening with each passing day in the Millennium City, the Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) has roped in an NGO to find a permanent solution. Dhananjay Jha reports.
In the wake of the Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) allegedly taking into possession the National Media Centre’s (NMC) greenbelt on May 8 to construct a road, private developers of the gated community allegedly tried to axe a 45-year-old tree on the premises on Friday night.
It all started with a verbal spat and the subsequent emotional build up triggered a bloody rage which consumed the lives of Delhi Police special cell officer Badrish Dutt and his live-in partner Geeta Sharma. Leena Dhankhar
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Preliminary evidence will be produced in a city court on July 5 against Lok Sabha MP Shafiqur Rahman Barq (82), who walked out of the House when the national song ‘Vande Mataram’ was played on May 8.
The city police arrested three carjackers after a shootout at Cyber City DLF Phase-2 on Thursday.