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Updated on Nov 22, 2023 06:24 AM IST
The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority is upgrading its grievance redressal system to resolve citizens' complaints about civic infrastructure and amenities more quickly. The new system will integrate various complaint channels such as helpline, website, social media, and WhatsApp, and will be linked to a centralised platform that can be tracked by citizens. The authority plans to set up a control room and use smart software systems and AI to track complaints. The system will also be integrated with utility billing systems and other government and civic services. The CEO has approved various proposals, including desilting sewer lines and installing traffic lights.
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has barricaded a damaged portion of the Iffco Chowk flyover and called in experts for advice on repairing the expansion joint. Two cracks have developed on the flyover, and traffic will be allowed on only two lanes on the affected stretch. It is estimated that the repair work will take around one week to complete.
The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram has terminated the services of two sanitation workers arrested on corruption charges, and suspended a third worker. The workers have been on strike for 41 days, demanding higher salaries, job regularization, and reinstatement of laid-off workers. The workers claim that the arrests were an attempt to end the strike. The corporation has formed a committee to investigate the matter.
A 28-year-old suspect, identified as Sandeep Kumar, has been arrested for breaking into a mobile phone showroom in Gurugram and stealing gadgets worth ₹2.5 lakh. The suspect had visited the showroom multiple times before planning the theft.
A man in Gurugram shot himself twice in the abdomen after his mother refused to lend him money. He then drove himself to the hospital, where he is in serious condition.
According to police, Anuradha was the mother of two children and lived with her husband and children.
Published on Dec 01, 2023 11:11 PM IST
Police said that the sarpanch and other protesting villagers made at least 35-40 students to block the road
Officials said that workers have been on strike for the last 50 days and are not letting private agencies to carry out sanitation work
A 24-year-old man was arrested for creating a fake Instagram profile of a woman and uploading her morphed picture on it. The suspect was summoned for investigation and was arrested after his involvement was established. He had helped the victim create her Instagram profile and used her account to download pictures, which he then morphed and uploaded on the fake profile. The victim's father filed a complaint and the suspect was tracked down and arrested.
A 23-year-old man died in a motorcycle accident on Sohna elevated road near Alipur. The car driver fled the scene and has not been arrested yet.
Unidentified suspects impersonating police officers robbed a 70-year-old NRI woman of her jewelry worth at least ₹10 lakh in Gurugram, India. Two other similar incidents were reported in neighboring areas. Police are investigating and have CCTV footage of the incidents.
A gym trainer was arrested for shooting a club manager in Gurugram after getting angry over not receiving a discount on a party bill. The manager is undergoing treatment.
The Kherki Daula toll plaza in Gurugram, India, is set to be shifted to Panchgaon, as the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority plans to transfer around 30 acres of land to the National Highways Authority of India within a month. The move is expected to reduce traffic congestion and pollution on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway.
The highway authority has taken up the work of overlaying the service roads from Dharuhera flyover to Masani bridge, as this section is the worst-affected near Rewari
The agency will store ownership and vaccination data using microchips that will be inserted into the animals
A car caught fire on NH-48 flyover in Gurugram while travelling towards Delhi. The family inside escaped unhurt. The cause of the fire is unknown.
A businessman and his wife were critically injured in a car accident in Gurgaon. The couple's car was hit by a speeding Innova, whose driver fled the scene.
Four suspects impersonated police officials and robbed a woman of her jewellery in Gurugram. The suspects stopped the auto-rickshaw she was travelling in and took her jewellery, replacing them with fake items. An FIR has been registered and the police are investigating the incident.
Society’s RWA said it would not allow demolition to start till the final settlement of all affected owners is completed
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has temporarily halted a road expansion project in Gurugram due to delays in land transfer and the proposed construction of an elevated road. NHAI will focus on other projects for now and hand over the repaired road to the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority. The stretch between Hero Honda Chowk and Umang Bhardwaj Chowk is one of the busiest in the city.
Unidentified suspects broke into a house in Palam Vihar, stealing diamond and gold jewellery, foreign currencies, and other valuables worth ₹25 lakh. The owners were away attending a wedding when the burglary occurred. The police are investigating the case.
Residents of the Chintels Paradiso condominium in Gurugram, India, have decided to submit a set of demands to the district administration and department of town and country planning. They are seeking financial settlement, payment of rent, safety measures, and submission of pending audit reports before the demolition of unsafe towers can take place. The residents are also requesting compensation for flat owners and the option to reconstruct flats instead of receiving compensation. They want the safety of occupied towers to be ensured and for safety measures to be agreed upon in writing.
Rao urged striking sanitation workers to resume work as their absence led to poor civic conditions across the city
The ED stated in July that ₹638 crore collected from homebuyers and borrowed from the banks were diverted by Supertech Group and its chairman Ram Kishor Arora to buy properties in Gurugram at inflated prices instead of completing existing projects in Noida
Published on Nov 25, 2023 02:03 PM IST