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Women join stir, threaten to stop trains if demands not met

Rohtak, June 26 -- Five days after farmers from Jind and Charkhi Dadri sought permission for mercy killing from President Ram Nath Kovind, women joined the dharna and threatened to stop trains at 29 p... Read More


Nod for building new hospital in Sector 10

Gurugram, June 26 -- After giving a nod to the renovation of Civil Hospital in Civil Lines, the health department has now approved the construction of a new building for the government hospital in Sec... Read More


The boy with a rose tattoo

India, June 26 -- Sometimes a fleeting encounter makes a lasting impression in a person's life. Sometimes, it is literally so. "A very beautiful girl is behind it," informs Bhura Nayak, showing the ... Read More


PAHARGANJ'S THRIVING LIVE MUSIC SCENE

India, June 26 -- Even several days spent in Delhi's budget hotel hub might not disclose one of its most alluring elements-the live music joints of Paharganj. These dozen-odd places remain open from m... Read More


3 notes for city from Delhi debate on free Metro rides for women

India, June 26 -- Ever since Delhi's announcement to make public transport free for women, the conversation around this topic seems to only grow louder by the day. Many people asked me for an opinion ... Read More


Work on part 3 of Dwarka e-way to begin in August

Gurugram, June 26 -- The laying of superstructure for the package 3 of the 29-km Dwarka Expressway in Gurugram will start by August-end this year, officials from the highway contractor said. The cont... Read More


Housing colonies can now be built on 25 acres, say revised norms

Gurugram, June 26 -- The Haryana Cabinet on Tuesday revised the norms to allow construction of housing and commercial projects on smaller land parcels. The government also revised the area norms for t... Read More


Loss-making GMCBL spent 'extra' on shelters

Gurugram, June 26 -- The loss-making Gurugram Metropolitan City Bus Limited (GMCBL), which has erected about 214 bus queue shelters across the city, spent about Rs.10.9 lakh on building one such shelt... Read More


Hanuman Chowk plan: Residents ask GMDA to fix issues before monsoon

Gurugram, June 26 -- The inordinate delay in execution of a plan to decongest the busy Hanuman Chowk on the Old Delhi Road has annoyed residents of Sector 22 and nearby areas, who on Tuesday wrote a l... Read More


Two men beaten up by mob on suspicion of carrying beef

India, June 26 -- Two men were allegedly beaten up by a mob in Islampur in Sector 38 on Tuesday morning on suspicion that they were transporting beef. Police said both the men were admitted to the civ... Read More