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Why Cong leaders are knocking on BJP doors in Haryana
With several Congress leaders pushing for Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's removal, the Congress is finding it difficult to keep its flock together in the poll-bound state.
4 hrs ago
Inox to acquire Satyam Cineplexes in Rs 182-crore deal
The Mumbai-based exhibitor will acquire 100 per cent equity share capital of Satyam from its promoters, Inox said in a statement.
9 hrs ago
Drugged chicken CSE finds antibiotic residue seeks ban on your favourite bird
A new study released on Wednesday by the Centre for Science and Environment claimed it found several antibiotic residues in chickens tested in the Delhi-National Capital Region and said "large-scale and indiscriminate" use of antibiotics in poultry industry might be "strongly linked" to growing antibiotic resistance in Indians.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
A journey through India with a chauffeur
'Driver will be waiting at the station," are the final, breathless instructions from my guide as I hop on board the train at Gurgaon, in Delhi's outer suburbs.
Haryana introduces Radio Cabs
The Haryana government has introduced 'Radio Cab' Scheme for Gurgaon, Faridabad and Panchkula and applications have been invited from prospective operators for grant of permit, an official said Tuesday.
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Yadav accuses CM Bhupinder Hooda of only focussing on Rohtak and ignoring other areas of the state.
In another jolt to the Congress party in Haryana, the state Power Minister Captain Ajay Yadav today resigned from his post and submitted his resignation to the Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
10 Indian students selected for Cargill's global scholars program
When Shyam Prasad left his home and his parents in the small town of Jainamore at age 11 to advance his studies, he had no idea where his educational road would lead.
Amway India boss granted bail after two months in jail
Summary Direct-selling company Amway India said its MD and CEO William S Pinckney has been released on bail, two months after his arrest Direct-selling company Amway India said its MD and CEO William S Pinckney has been released on bail, two months after his arrest by the Andhra Pradesh police in connection with criminal cases registered against ... (more)
Two men involved in 125 cases held in Gurgaon
Two men, against whom 125 cases including that of murder are registered in Haryana and the National Capital Region , have been arrested here, police said Monday.
Person from Northeast attacked by neighbours in Gurgaon
People from Northeast India have been a subject to a number of attacks in Gurgaon and such cases are not coming to an end at all, as can be established by Sunday night incident in Nathpur village.
Most popular administrative figures in Gurgaon
No one needs to stress the need of good administration, but few places know their administration so well as the Gurgaon people does.
Atul Anjan speaks on another attack on people of Northeastern couple
New Delhi July 28, ANI: Communist Party of India leader Atul Anjan today condemned the recent attacks against people from the Northeastern regions and said that the government should also be proactive when it comes to dealing with such cases.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
New underpasses, flyover for Gurgaon
The NHAI approved three underpasses and a flyover for Gurgaon just hours after Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari, Rao Inderjeet Singh and Krishan Pal Gujjar announced development of basic amenities in the area, an official said here Saturday.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Companies will soon get rights to brand Metro stations DMRC
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation will soon auction the rights to name the stations. The corporation has shortlisted nine metro stations where the companies will be able to have their names as metro stations for a price.
Toddler with head three times normal size defies doctors by surviving operations - and SMILING
A TODDLER whose head swelled to three times its natural size has defied her doctors' bleak prognosis - now she's smiling for the first time.
Onion and potato costliest in Gurgaon amongst other Indian cities
It is getting difficult for Gurgaon residents to even feed themselves with three meals a day as vegetables prices are roaring abruptly.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Top Polo Player Narrowly Escapes Car Blaze
One of India's top polo players has spoken of the moment he almost died when his car burst into flames as he was driving along a busy motorway.
Couple jumps on Delhi Metro track, injured
The incident was reported at 10.27 a.m. from the Chhatarpur Metro station in south Delhi.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Three booked for engineer's suicide in Gurgaon
Three people were booked for abetment to suicide of an engineer, police here said Tuesday.
Panel to decide the relocation of IAF ammunition depot in Gurgaon
The State Assembly elections is just around the corner and a restricted part of Gurgaon- the IAF Ammunition Depot of 900 acres is posing problems for the administration.