An 11-month-old baby boy from Nigeria recently underwent a rare heart surgery at a Gurgaon hospital.
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.
On August 12, Monica Joon came to Gurgaon and hailed an auto-rickshaw from MG Road Metro station to Nirwana country, Sushant Lok-3. She was visiting a friend along with her sister.
The top traffic cop of the city feels that inter-agency cooperation is the only way forward to end the traffic woes of sprawling Gurgaon. Siddhartha Rai reports.
In a fresh crackdown on bars serving hookah, a team of the Haryana Food and Drug Administration (HFDA) raided an outlet in Sector 14 on Tuesday and arrested 25 persons, including six women. HT reports.
A day after charges leveled against his mother in fraudulent land deal in Faridabad, Praveen Kumar, Administrator Huda, Gurgaon, has said that there is no question of anything wrong with the deal. Dhananjay Jha reports.
A day after he created political flutter by demanding inquiry into all land deals effected in Gurgaon including that of DLF- Vadra, the Congress MP from Gurgaon Rao Inderjit Singh came under fierce attack from his party colleagues. Sanjeev K Ahuja reports.
An accident or a broken-down vehicle can send traffic on the high-speed Delhi-Gurgaon expressway into a tizzy as the ambitious project lacks the desirable infrastructure for emergency response. Deevakar Anand and Leena Dhankhar report.
When it comes to the options that a commuter in distress has while dealing with emergencies on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway, the list is neither long nor comforting. Making matters worse, the facilities are, on most occasions, dysfunctional.
I have been using the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway everyday to go to my office situated at the Industrial Model Township in Manesar ever since this stretch of National Highway-8 was thrown open for the public in January 2008.
Inter-state vehicles moving on National Highway-8 can no longer look forward to a smooth ride through Gurgaon as the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway — the high-speed portion of the highway — is dotted with too many entry and exit points.
The stakeholders of Delhi-Gurgaon expressway have been mulling over the construction of roads parallel to this 27.7-kilometre-long stretch of National Highway-8 in a bid to reduce traffic volume on the main carriageway.
Traffic-related problems are an everyday affair in Gurgaon. The issues persist because neither the state government nor the city administration is bothered about solving the commuters’ problems.
The city traffic police department has got a shot in its arm with the addition of 100 more personnel, taking the strength to 400. The cops, who joined the force on Sunday, are to be deputed across the city.
Despite a blanket ban by the Punjab and Haryana High Court, the green belts at key junctions in the city are dotted with liquor vends.