Covid cases in district may surge due to festive rush, warn health officials

Gurugram, Oct. 23 -- The trajectory of Covid-19 cases in the city is likely to go upwards in the next few days, said district health department officials, citing reasons like rush in market and public... Read More

14 residential societies likely to get genset exemption

Gurugram, Oct. 23 -- At least 14 residential societies that are reliant on diesel generator (DG) sets for electricity are likely to get exemptions till November 30 from the ban imposed by the Environm... Read More

Covid tally crosses 26K-mark as cases spike after a month

Gurugram, Oct. 22 -- The city reported 304 new cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday, after a month of reporting less than 300 daily cases. Health officials said that they will have to observe the new figure... Read More

Poor air leads to respiratory woes

Gurugram, Oct. 21 -- A 48-year old resident of Manesar, who recovered from Covid-19 in August after undergoing treatment in a hospital, recently developed symptoms like breathlessness, which made him ... Read More

Attendance up, space crunch a big concern

Gurugram, Oct. 20 -- Some of the larger government schools in the city on Monday reported an uptick in the number of students, four days after schools were allowed to reopen for classes 9 to 12. Howe... Read More

Dust, open dumps choke Udyog Vihar

Gurugram, Oct. 20 -- Road dust, dumping of construction and demolition (C&D) waste and insufficient remedial measures have turned Udyog Vihar into a pollution hot spot, where the implementation the Gr... Read More

Controversial road via bio park retained in city's mobility plan

Gurugram, Oct. 18 -- Despite facing backlash from citizens on the proposed construction of a road via Aravalli Biodiversity Park, Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) on Saturday confirm... Read More

Looming Covid-19 threat fails to deter students as classes 9-12 resume in city

Gurugram, Oct. 16 -- Government schools in Gurugram reopened for regular sessions of all class 9 to 12 students on Thursday, more than seven months after being shut owing to the Covid-19 pandemic and ... Read More

Financial strain a trigger, many hop to govt schools

Gurugram, Oct. 16 -- Prince Panchal, a student of Class 9, was at the Model Government Senior Secondary School in sector 4/7 on Thursday, for the first time in almost two months, after switching over ... Read More

Cinema halls to reopen after a gap of 7 months

Gurugram, Oct. 15 -- Movie theatres in the city will reopen from Thursday, seven months after the government ordered them to shut to contain the spread of Covid-19. Following the issuance of the stan... Read More