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Discom complaint centre puts callers on hold for 50 mins
June 3, 2012
Already reeling under prolonged power cuts in this blistering heat, the residents of Millennium City now can’t even m ...
City cafe that treats you with kid glove
January 30, 2012
Café Bel Cibo on Sohna Road not only offers a special menu for kids but also trained staff to take care of your babies.
Schools see no profit in buses, city cops lax
May 9, 2013
Parents have no hope to get rid of the mafia of private school van operators as neither the police nor the school manage ...
Huda re-carpets major city roads damaged in rain
August 6, 2012
The Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) began re-carpeting of city roads a day after HT highlighted waterlogging ...
Doctors under attack, most unaware of protection laws
July 30, 2012
Under fire from various quarters after a spurt in cases of alleged negligence, the medical fraternity feels the criticis ...
Denizens erupt against cell towers
July 23, 2012
Following startling reports on the hazards of mobile tower radiation, the residents of Wembley Estate on Sunday staged a ...
Safal staff pays price for tampering weight device
July 25, 2012
If you thought you would get a fair deal at your nearby Safal outlet, think again. At least this is what scores of Susha ...
Crisis deepens, brace for outages this week
July 22, 2012
Owing to serious snags at two major power plants at Khedar and Jhajjar, the power situation is set to worsen over the ne ...
No water, only bills for Sector 56 residents
July 22, 2012
For the last two years, the residents of Sector 56 have not received a single drop of water through the Haryana Urban De ...
200 vehicles registered daily, only 3 centres to fix high-security plates
July 13, 2012
Affixing of tamper-proof high security registration plates (HSRP) for vehicles, which has been declared mandatory in the ...
Rain effect: Hike in veggie prices upsets household budgets
July 8, 2012
Though the first showers of the monsoon brought down the mercury by a few notches and gave much-needed relief from the s ...
Rain eases power woes, showers fresh troubles
July 7, 2012
The first pre-monsoon showers on Friday brought the much-awaited respite for the Millennium City residents, who had b ...
Huda asks RTI applicant to furnish speed breaker norms
July 6, 2012
In a bizarre reply to a Right to Information (RTI) application concerning speed breakers, the Haryana Urban Development ...
A bumpy ride awaits residents here
July 4, 2012
Although Seema Pahuja, the councillor of Ward No 11, feels that a lot has been done in terms of development, residents o ...
‘Our councillor is a nameless, faceless figure’
July 3, 2012
A beehive of civic problems, the residents of Ward No 15 elected their councillor with immense hope.
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Put part of retirement fund in safe products instead of relying on PFs
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Munda pulls out of race, Raghubar set to be named Jharkhand CM
All political parties should agree to anti-conversion law: Sushma Swaraj
Reliance Cap ropes in Sumitomo Mitsui bank as strategic partner
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