With the mercury rising to 45.2 degrees Celsius on Monday, the heat wave took its toll on a 45-year-old unidentified man, who died due to a sun-stroke.
At a time when the city is reeling under an acute water crisis, the Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) is busy selling water to private developers at dirt cheap rates.
Irked over the inadequate water supply, a large number of residents and members of the residents’ welfare association (RWA) of DLF City Phase-III staged a protest against the Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) and DLF Estate Developers Ltd. at Moulsary Avenue Road on Monday.
She is a ‘superkid’ who works for various projects, participates in art exhibitions, submits creative assignments on time, is the subject of her professor’s research project and still manages to top her class.
Five CNG stations were shut down in the city on Monday afternoon.
In a move that will strengthen the safety of employees in more than 500 IT-BPO firms in the Millennium City, the district administration has made it mandatory for all companies to install GPS devices in their cabs within the next one month.
With new buildings coming up in every nook and cranny of the city and rising number of liquor vends along Sohna Road, Uniworld Gardens’ location has put it in the midst of an ever-growing civic mess. Making matters worse, the developer also gives the residents an allegedly harrowing time.
Haryana is all set to get three national-level projects — one being the first-of-its-kind in the country and another the only second such initiative — worth R410 crore this week. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Union minister for commerce, industry and textile Anand Sharma will lay the foundation for two of the projects.
Haryana police on Sunday lathi-charged the sacked workers of Maruti Suzuki’s Manesar plant and their families, who were protesting outside the residence of Haryana industries minister Randeep Singh Surjewala in Kaithal.
Sidelining problems like absence of a consistent water supply system, public toilets or a single bus Q-shelter, the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) is set to spend Rs. 5.12 lakh in renovating the official residence of the MCG commissioner at Civil Lines
Eight lawyers from the Gurgaon district bar association will contest the upcoming elections for the bar council of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh. The polls will be held on May 31 and June 1.
Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda assured Faridabad industrialists of full cooperation from the state government to facilitate all-round development of the city.
Located near the Maruti Suzuki factory and bordering Air Force One land off Old Delhi Road, Gurgaon One in Sector 22 sits on a prime spot indeed. This enviable location, however, has not spared the residents some long-standing civic problems.
In the past ten years, Gurgaon has grown by leaps and bounds when it comes to industry and infrastructure. But this has reportedly been at the cost of the city’s green cover. According to data provided by the Haryana Forest Development Corporation (HFDC), Gurgaon chapter, 61,050 trees have been felled here in the past 11 years (2001 to 2011).
At a time when water scarcity is a burning issue in the city, the lone water supply plant of the Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda), located at the fag end of Basai, does not even have power backup. With power disruptions being a perennial problem in these parts, the plant cannot supply water even hours after a power cut.