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Gurgaon hospital ready with blood group mismatch liver transplant

Thursday 13 June '13

Overcoming the odds of blood group mismatch, a team of doctors of Medanta Hospital in Gurgaon have successfully completed three liver transplants where the donor’s blood group did not match that of th...
Haryana CM seeks mega city status for Gurgaon, Faridabad

Thursday 6 June '13

He also sought mega city status for Gurgaon and Faridabad.
Metro-III explores new depths, plans 4 tunnels below tunnels

Monday 3 June '13

In its third phase of expansion, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will have four tunnels that will pass below an already operational underground Metro network.
Centralised system to assess progress of Metro Phase-III

Monday 3 June '13

To help monitor and collect valuable data and minimise risks, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has decided to procure and install a Centralised Data Management System for data generated by 34 t...
Gurgaon, Faridabad to get crisis centres for women

Thursday 30 May '13

Moving ahead with its aim to provide more security and assistance to women, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Wednesday approved the setting up of ‘one-stop crisis centre’ for women in t...
Haryana giving Delhi more than its share, says Hooda

Wednesday 29 May '13

In the continuing water wars between Delhi and Haryana, Chief Minister of neighbour state Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday said Haryana was supplying to national capital more water than its legitimate...
Haryana giving Delhi more water than its share, says Hooda

Tuesday 28 May '13

In the continuing water wars between Delhi and Haryana, Chief Minister of neighbour state Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday said Haryana was supplying to national capital more water than its legitimate...
‘62% of Delhi-NCR households prefer organic food’

Saturday 25 May '13

Around 62 per cent of high-income households prefer organic food due to rising awareness, higher disposable income and easy availability in the markets of big cities, a study by Assocham says.
Industries in NCR forced to cut production due to outages: Survey

Wednesday 22 May '13

Acute power shortage in Delhi-NCR is expected to severely impact the small and medium enterprises.
Gurgaon to get more GPS-enabled buses

Monday 13 May '13

To improve public transport in Gurgaon and enhance security of women commuters, the Haryana State Transport Department plans to increase the number of buses in its fleet and install CCTV cameras and G...
Metro stations set to get cleaner

Sunday 12 May '13

Delhi Metro stations are set to get a cleaner as the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has introduced a string of measures to ensure and retain world class cleanliness standards.
Online recharge coming to Metro cards

Thursday 9 May '13

From Thursday, Delhi Metro users will be able to recharge their Metro cards online
65% kids spend less than an hour with their working parents: Study

Wednesday 8 May '13

More than 65 per cent students in the age group of eight to 24 years spend less than an hour in a day with their parents, a recent study by industry body Assocham has found.
Cross at your own risk

Monday 6 May '13

Built to ensure safe pedestrian movement, subways have become unsafe dungeons, finds Newsline.
Protests continue, BJP workers detained outside CM residence

Wednesday 24 April '13

According to BJP youth wing activists, police barricaded the area when they tried to march towards Dikshit’s residence.
Metro’s Phase-III gets its 3rd tunnel breakthrough at Janpath station

Wednesday 24 April '13

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation on Tuesday achieved the third tunnel breakthrough of its Phase-III project by completing the tunneling on the Mandi House-Janpath stretch.
Haryana govt approves plan for Manesar-Bawal Investment Region

Friday 19 April '13

The Haryana government on Thursday approved the Draft Development Plan for the Manesar-Bawal Investment Region-2039.
Not sure if daughter was exporter’s only victim, need his custody: Gurgaon cops

Sunday 7 April '13

Gurgaon rape: Police arrange counselling for traumatised rape victim, say they have spoken to mother.
Not sure if daughter was exporter’s only victim, need custody: Cops

Sunday 7 April '13

Hoping to get custody of the businessman who had allegedly been raping his teenaged daughter for a few years now, police in Gurgaon have spoken to the victim’s mother and arranged counselling sessions...
After Daler, brother Mika’s farmhouse sealed by Gurgaon administration

Friday 29 March '13

The district administration on Thursday sealed farmhouses in Roz Ka Gujjar village, which were illegally running small tourism units and other commercial activities on their premises.


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