Highlighting environmental degradation and its link to worsening water and air, the group demanded that the Aravallis be declared protected under the Punjab Land Protection Act, to stop construction work there.
Woman toll collector news: Other people present in the toll booth tried to intervene and stop the attack. At the end of the video, the collector can be seen moving out from the booth. Police later said an FIR had been registered in the matter and the accused had been arrested.
In the letter, the Samiti also demanded the “arrest of the accused”: “We hope that you will take necessary action by... August 22... If justice is not done, Sanyukt Hindu Sangharsh Samiti will have... to carry out demonstrations at the state level and the responsibility for this will be on the administration.”
Officials from the district’s labour department told The Indian Express that a separate probe will be conducted by them into the incident and action will be taken against anyone found to have been at fault.
During the shutdown, no supply would be possible from Boosting Station to Master Water supply Zone-II which includes mainly sector 17, 29, 42, 43, Sushant Lok-I, MG Road, DLF Phase-I, II, III and surrounding areas.
The body of a class II student with his throat slit was found inside the toilet of Ryan International School at Bhondsi in Gurgaon on Friday morning. The student has been identified as seven-year-old Pradduman Thakur. A knife has been recovered from the scene of the crime. Reacting to the incident, parents damaged parts of the […]
Jhajjar, Feb 22 (ANI): The ongoing protest of the Jat community for reservations in government jobs and institutions continued on Monday as the protestors partially blocked the highway in Jhajjar, Haryana. Samjhauta Express, the train that connects India and Pakistan, was also cancelled due to the ongoing unrest. However, the NH-8 has been open for traffic but NH-1 and NH-10 are still blocked. No roads have been blocked in Gurgaon and the situation is expected to remain normal today.
Ghaziabad, Feb 11 (ANI): Ghaziabad Police on Thursday confirmed that they have launched a search operation for a 23-year-old woman, who her family claims was allegedly abducted by an auto driver on Wednesday night. Superintendent of Police Salman Taj Patil on Thursday said that Dipti Sarna, who works in an office in Gurgaon, Haryana, may have been abducted by the auto driver from the main bus stand at Ghaziabad. He said that Dipti's family has filed a case with the police station at Sihani Gate in which they have said that she was speaking to a friend on her mobile phone and suddenly started shouting as the auto driver took a wrong route. He also that Dipti's family had informed the police that they usually came to the bus stand to pick Dipti up and then go to their home in Vaishali. Patil said that on the basis of the information receiv
New Delhi/Gurgaon / Ludhiana, Jan 08 (ANI): New Delhi woke up to a foggy morning on Friday with minimum temperatures dropping to 11 degree Celsius and poor visibility hitting vehicular movement. Early morning departures and arrivals of flights were delayed as visibility was very low on the runway. Around 60 flights were delayed. Delhi is expected to witness light rains on Saturday evening which is expected to lower the temperatures further. The traffic was slow, causing inconvenience to the commuters. Gurgaon also experienced severe foggy condition allowing only a very few vehicles on the roads. Low visibility also created trouble in reading sign boards. Meanwhile, Ludhiana city in state of Punjab was also covered under a thick blanket of fog as cold wave conditions prevailed. The year 2016 started at a warm note but the temperatures might change again.