Trouble for tipplers getting over 1 litre liquor to Delhi

 Now, getting over one litre liquor to Delhi from neighbouring areas like Gurgaon and Faridabad to save a few bucks may land you in jail with the AAP Government stepping up efforts to catch hold of defaulters.

Two Gurgaon minors held for raping classmate

Two minors have been taken into custody for allegedly raping a fellow student after abducting her from school, police said on Saturday.

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Art Of Living organises mass plantation drive in Gurgaon
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Art Of Living organises mass plantation drive in Gurgaon

Art of Living (AOL), the world’s biggest voluntary organization founded in 1981 by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, this week organised a mass plantation drive across Gurgaon, Haryana, on the occasion of Buddha Purnima.  

Haryana govt suspends Gurgaon DCP (Traffic)

 Haryana government today suspended Gurgaon's Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Vinod Kumar Kaushik for allegedly misusing his position and a departmental enquiry ordered into the incident.

Rise of 140% in crimes in Delhi Metro from 2013 to 2014: Minister

There has been a rise of 140 percent in the number of crimes like pickpocketing, mobile theft in Delhi Metro's jurisdiction in the city and the NCR in 2014 over the same for 2013, owing to hike in its ridership.

DMRC applies for safety clearance of Badarpur-Faridabad route

Three months after trial runs began on Badarpur-Faridabad corridor, Delhi Metro has applied for the safety clearance of this section paving the way for its much-awaited launch.

Commission probing land deal a 'political vendetta' by BJP: Hooda

Former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Wednesday said that setting up of one-man Commission to probe the grant of license(s) of some entities, including Robert Vadra's company, for developing commercial colonies in Sector 83 of Gurgaon was a "political vendetta" by the BJP government.

Scolded by mother, Gurgaon boy runs away, found in Goa

 A 17-year-old boy, who went missing two days ago after his mother scolded him for not studying well, was on Friday found in Goa, police said.

Robbers flee with HDFC's ATM in Gurgaon

Robbers here on Friday fled with an automated teller machine (ATM) of the HDFC bank containing Rs 91,000, police said.

MG road firing case will be solved soon, says Gurgaon Police Commissioner

 Gurgaon Police Commissioner Navdeep Singh Virk on Wednesday expressed confidence that the MG road firing incident would be solved in the next 24 hours.

Shootout outside Gurgaon mall, gang war suspected

Gunmen opened fire on an SUV near a big mall in Gurgaon on Monday morning and it  caused the car to topple over onto an auto-rickshaw.
 Police suspected the incident to be a gang war.

Gang war in Gurgaon, 1 killed; cops announce reward
Gang war in Gurgaon, 1 killed; cops announce reward

An auto-rickshaw driver, who was hit near a mall at MG Road by the speeding car of a Gurgaon gangster after unidentified gunmen opened fire at him, died on Wednesday.

Gurgaon farmers demand their land back

Farmers in this Haryana district bordering Delhi on Tuesday asked the government to return the hundreds of acres of land taken from them as it had not been put to any use.

Security beefed up at Delhi airport after bomb scare

Security at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here was beefed up after its call centre in Gurgaon received a call from a person informing about the presence of a "bomb".

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Gurgaon resident ''shocked'' by electricity bill of Rs 75 crore

A Gurgaon resident, who was shocked to discover a bill of Rs 75 crore for his residence, has alleged that the error has still not been corrected by the electricity board.

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Mulayam Singh Yadav discharged from Gurgaon hospital

 Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav was on Saturday discharged from a private hospital here after being treated for viral fever and abdomen infection, a doctor said.

Zero Tolerance exercise by Gurgaon police once a month

 Gurgaon police chief Navdeep Singh Virk on Friday said a recent Zero Tolerance exercise in the city proved to be good and it would be executed at least once in a month.