Afghan president Hamid Karzai's wife delivered a baby girl at Fortis Memorial Research Institute in Gurgaon early on Tuesday morning. Karzai visited the hospital on Wednesday morning and the mother and child have been healthy since the surgery.
Cardiologists are a worried lot as the number of infants being diagnosed with heart problems in the city has been on the rise. Snehil Sinha reports.
The successful implementation of the ban on commercial vehicles on Civil Lines road since December, 2012 has eased the traffic situation on this VIP stretch a great deal.
Popular rock band Euphoria will record a music video featuring executives from the city's IT sector to support industry body Nasscom's 'Active Commuting' initiative on Saturday. Snehil Sinha reports.
The Mall Mile, despite being one of the most important roads of Gurgaon, has been weighed down by various issues ranging from traffic congestions and potholes to lack of traffic lights and cops.
With a stalemate over ownership of a CNG refuelling station in Sector 29, commuters continue to suffer in Gurgaon as the pump has remained shut since September 1.
In recent times, almost every big-ticket development project in the country has run into controversy regarding finances; the high-profile Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway was no exception it seems. Snehil Sinha reports.
Smart tags and cards have been a puzzle for commuters since the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway was inaugurated. While many daily commuters claim that they are not even if smart tags are still in use, others complain the limited validity of recharge on smart cards makes its usage cumbersome.
A three-month-long campaign to promote active commuting and use of non-motorised transport will soon be launched in the city with support from various groups, including software and services companies’ body Nasscom, Rapid Metro and citizens’ group Non-Motorised Transport Cell.
The economic and environmental cost of the toll plazas on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway far outweighs the cost of eliminating them, according to various environmental and road engineering experts. Snehil Sinha reports.
Nearly 10,000 trees are axed every year to produce paper used for receipts at the three toll plazas around Gurgaon, claims NGO Haryali. Snehil Sinha reports.
The abnormally long waiting period at the toll plazas on Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway builds up frustration among motorists and leads to fatal pedestrian accidents, say experts. Snehil Sinha
Living in constant fear of being run over by speeding vehicles near the toll plazas, residents of urban villages along Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway have formed a group to fight for removal of the toll system. Snehil Sinha reports.
Ever fantasised cycling, jogging or simply strolling along the fast city roads without worrying about meeting with an accident? That might soon be a reality as Gurgaon residents plan to have stretches of vehicle-free roads every Sunday. Snehil Sinha reports.
The monks of Kee Gompa monastery in Spiti, Himachal Predesh now have an eco-friendly solar bath to wash away their daily hardships — thanks to Apoorv Tiwary and his friends from across the globe. Snehil Sinha reports.
MCG, Huda officials claim roads in Gurgaon have no potholes; DC seeks report within 10 days
Government school teachers and parents of girls, who fell sick after consuming the weekly iron and folic acid tablets supplied by the state health department, have demanded that the scheme be either withdrawn or the dose be administered only in the presence of doctors.
Ahead of the Sawan month, city-based sculptor Naresh Kumar has created an eight-tonne metal sculpture of Lord Shiva.
With incessant rainfall causing waterlogging in different parts of Gurgaon on Saturday, commuters, especially the pedestrians, had a harrowing time.
For the past one month, the Naharpur Rupa primary school students have been suffering silently. But the callous administration has turned a blind eye towards their plight.