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Gymkhana Club: Don’t alter its character, writes Karan Thapar

UPDATED ON MAY 16, 2020 07:16 PM IST
After the lockdown was declared, it moved a petition before the National Company Law Tribunal seeking to take over management of the club and replace its general committee with new administrators appointed by the government
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Management of the Delhi Gymkhana, said members of the present governing body, has decided to plead no wrongdoing.(Priyanka Parashar/HT Photo)
Management of the Delhi Gymkhana, said members of the present governing body, has decided to plead no wrongdoing.(Priyanka Parashar/HT Photo)

Dissent brews in Delhi Gymkhana over plan to counter govt takeover

By Deeksha Bhardwaj | Hindustan Times, New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAY 08, 2020 06:21 AM IST
The Club had been given till May 8 to file its response to a petition by the ministry of corporate affairs alleging “parivarwaad” (nepotism), financial irregularities, misuse of allocated land and issues related to membership as the primary reasons behind its move to acquire the Delhi Gymkhana Club.
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Property tax dues: Panchkula MC sets tomorrow’s deadline

By Yuvraj Kaushal, Panchkula
UPDATED ON AUG 29, 2019 12:34 AM IST
As per the MC list, at 6.83 crore, the top defaulter is Shalimar Mall
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The Gymkhana Club has refuted all allegations made in the plea.(HT Photo)
The Gymkhana Club has refuted all allegations made in the plea.(HT Photo)

Delhi HC stays general body meeting of Gymkhana Club after allegations of fraud

By Richa Banka | Hindustan Times, New Delhi
UPDATED ON JUL 27, 2019 03:41 AM IST
Justice Suresh Kait also sought the response of the Centre and the Gymkhana Club on the plea by one Sanjeev Mohan Ahluwalia, who alleged serious fraud and favouritism in the functioning of the Club.
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The lease was agreed at ₹3.07 crore, instead of Rs 113.22 crore, petitioners argued.(HT archive)
The lease was agreed at ₹3.07 crore, instead of Rs 113.22 crore, petitioners argued.(HT archive)

High Court orders the removal of tent house from Gymkhana Club

By Kartik Kumar | Gurgaon
PUBLISHED ON APR 14, 2019 01:29 AM IST
The lease was agreed at Rs 3.07 crore, instead of 113.22 crore, which would have incurred upon the HSVP Rs 110.15 crore in losses.
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