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Zero fatalities at Khandsa Chowk since FOB was opened in July 2020

By Kartik Kumar, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 27, 2021 11:29 PM IST
Construction of a foot overbridge (FOB) has brought down the road fatalities to zero at Khandsa Chowk, earlier classified as a black spot with 22 road fatalities reported between 2016 and 2019, according to the Haryana Vision Zero (HVZ) data
Sagar Kunj group housing residents in Sector 9A said that since the start of monsoon, water has been stagnant around their society, which could play host to mosquito breeding and make them vulnerable to dengue. They also called for a fogging exercise. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
Sagar Kunj group housing residents in Sector 9A said that since the start of monsoon, water has been stagnant around their society, which could play host to mosquito breeding and make them vulnerable to dengue. They also called for a fogging exercise. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)

Dengue fear: Clear stagnant water, increase fogging, say residents

By Suparna Roy, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 27, 2021 11:27 PM IST
Amid rising dengue cases, residents from different localities in the city have demanded increased fogging and clearing stagnant water to prevent the spread of vector-borne diseases. Over the past two days, nine new cases of dengue have been reported in Gurugram, taking the tally to 32 this year
The district has been set a target of administering polio drop vaccinations to 359,648 children between the ages of zero to five. Officials said that 100,127 children were given the polio drops on Monday. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
The district has been set a target of administering polio drop vaccinations to 359,648 children between the ages of zero to five. Officials said that 100,127 children were given the polio drops on Monday. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)

Polio vaccinations: 79% target reached on Day 2 of drive

By HT Correspondent, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 27, 2021 11:19 PM IST
The district health department on Monday achieved over 79.1% of the total target for pulse polio vaccinations through a door-to-door inoculation drive on the second day of a three-day campaign, officials of the health department said
Heavy barricading by the Delhi Police at the Sirhaul toll plaza on Monday morning triggered a massive backlog of vehicles for around two kilometres, up to Shankar Chowk, in Gurugram. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
Heavy barricading by the Delhi Police at the Sirhaul toll plaza on Monday morning triggered a massive backlog of vehicles for around two kilometres, up to Shankar Chowk, in Gurugram. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)

Bharat Bandh: Barricading by Delhi Police causes 2-km vehicle backlog in Gurugram

By Kartik Kumar, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 27, 2021 11:19 PM IST
The barricading at the Delhi-Gurugram border was done in view of a Bharat Bandh, organised by Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), a farmers’ organisation, against the three farm laws introduced by the Centre in September last year. Checking was at its peak for about an hour between 9.30am and 10.30 am, as only two lanes of the carriageway were available for vehicles to pass through
Jawans of paramilitary forces were checking vehicles at Gurugram border, which was barricaded due to Bharat Bandh.(ANI Photo)
Jawans of paramilitary forces were checking vehicles at Gurugram border, which was barricaded due to Bharat Bandh.(ANI Photo)

Bharat Bandh: Barricading eased, traffic normal at Gurugram border, say police

By hindustantimes.com | Written by Amit Chaturvedi, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON SEP 27, 2021 12:52 PM IST
Samyukt Kisan Morcha, a coalition of farmers' unions, has called for a nationwide Bharat Bandh today to mark the first anniversary of the enactment of the three farm laws. The bandh, which started at 6am, will continue till 4pm.
Huge traffic jam is seen at the Gurugram border.(Vipin Kumar/HT Photo)
Huge traffic jam is seen at the Gurugram border.(Vipin Kumar/HT Photo)

Bharat Bandh impact: Gurugram border choked, traffic stopped at other points too

By hindustantimes.com | Written by Amit Chaturvedi, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON SEP 27, 2021 11:21 AM IST
Bharat Bandh has been organised by Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body of 40 farmer unions. It started at 6am and is scheduled to end at 4pm. The farmers are observing one year anniversary of the passage of three farm laws by the Centre, which they claim will hurt the agriculture sector.
As many as 184,430 children were given the polio drops at 1,579 booths set up across Gurugram on Sunday. Officials said door-to-door vaccinations will be held to reach the target. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
As many as 184,430 children were given the polio drops at 1,579 booths set up across Gurugram on Sunday. Officials said door-to-door vaccinations will be held to reach the target. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)

Polio drive: Gurugram achieves over 51% target on Day 1

By HT Correspondent, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 26, 2021 10:55 PM IST
Gurugram district has been set a total target of administering polio drops to over 359,000 children between the ages of zero to five
Speeding on Gurugram roads is a major concern. Coupled with the rampant practice of driving on wrong side, accidents are frequently reported from city roads near Chandu Budhera. (Representative image/HT Archive)
Speeding on Gurugram roads is a major concern. Coupled with the rampant practice of driving on wrong side, accidents are frequently reported from city roads near Chandu Budhera. (Representative image/HT Archive)

Four injured near Chandu Budhera in collision with speeding car on wrong side

By HT Correspondent, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 26, 2021 10:55 PM IST
A 57-year-old senior executive of a city-based real estate company and his three family members were injured when a speeding car coming from wrong side crashed into the vehicle they were travelling in near Chandu Budhera village on Saturday, the police said
Groundwater extraction is banned due to rapidly falling water table. Columbia University students will study the situation and suggest measures for conservation. (HT Archive)
Groundwater extraction is banned due to rapidly falling water table. Columbia University students will study the situation and suggest measures for conservation. (HT Archive)

Groundwater conservation: Research students from USA’s Columbia University to conduct study

By HT Correspondent, Gurugram
UPDATED ON SEP 26, 2021 10:56 PM IST
According to the district administration, a joint group of Columbia University students and Gurujal will work together to analyse hydrological data, check underground water resources and formulate a long-term plan for boosting groundwater by at least five metres in the district
While over 3 million vaccine doses have been administered in the district so far, officials said that the Covid-19 vaccinations will be extended in doorstep drives to those aged above 45 years who are yet to take the first dose of the vaccine. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
While over 3 million vaccine doses have been administered in the district so far, officials said that the Covid-19 vaccinations will be extended in doorstep drives to those aged above 45 years who are yet to take the first dose of the vaccine. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)

Covid-19 vaccinations: Survey for door-to-door drive starts

By HT Correspondent, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 26, 2021 10:54 PM IST
The health department has started conducting a door-to-door survey to identify people aged above 45 years who are yet to take their first dose of Covid-19 vaccines, ahead of conducting doorstep vaccinations from next month, officials familiar with the developments said on Sunday
According to NHAI officials, work on Phase 2 of the Sohna Road, beyond Badshahpur and Sohna, is 70% complete while the work on an elevated road between Subash Chowk and Badshahpur is 55% completed. The new deadline was fixed after the assessment. (HT Archive)
According to NHAI officials, work on Phase 2 of the Sohna Road, beyond Badshahpur and Sohna, is 70% complete while the work on an elevated road between Subash Chowk and Badshahpur is 55% completed. The new deadline was fixed after the assessment. (HT Archive)

NHAI sets June 22 deadline for Sohna Road project

By HT Correspondent, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2021 11:09 PM IST
According to NHAI officials, the previous deadline of July 2021 for the Sohna Road project could not be met due to the Covid-19 pandemic-induced lockdowns and ban on construction to control pollution
According to residents, two of the deceased had initially entered the borewell to repair it but they could not exit the well and are expected to have suffocated after inhaling poisonous gases. Two others who entered the borewell to rescue them also got stuck and died. The borewell was 12-15 feet deep. (Representative image/Getty Images & iStockphoto)
According to residents, two of the deceased had initially entered the borewell to repair it but they could not exit the well and are expected to have suffocated after inhaling poisonous gases. Two others who entered the borewell to rescue them also got stuck and died. The borewell was 12-15 feet deep. (Representative image/Getty Images & iStockphoto)

Four suffocate to death after inhaling poisonous gases inside borewell in Nuh

By Abhishek Behl, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2021 11:09 PM IST
Four men are suspected to have suffocated to death upon inhaling poisonous gases after entering a borewell on Saturday morning in Neemka village of Nuh, located around 100 kilometres from Gurugram, the police said. Results of the autopsies are awaited
Around 2.5 million tonnes of legacy waste is estimated to be lying at the Bandhwari landfill, to clear which a WTE plant is being set up. (HT Archive)
Around 2.5 million tonnes of legacy waste is estimated to be lying at the Bandhwari landfill, to clear which a WTE plant is being set up. (HT Archive)

Bandhwari landfill: Four acres for WTE plant to be cleared by November

By Kartik Kumar, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2021 11:09 PM IST
The WTE project at the Bandhwari landfill gained momentum after the National Green Tribunal threatened to sanction the municipal corporation if it did not clear legacy waste.
An MoU for setting up the WTE plant at the Bandhwari landfill was signed in August 2017 by Ecogreen, the Haryana government, MCG, Municipal Corporation of Faridabad, and the directorate of Urban Local Bodies. (HT Archive)
An MoU for setting up the WTE plant at the Bandhwari landfill was signed in August 2017 by Ecogreen, the Haryana government, MCG, Municipal Corporation of Faridabad, and the directorate of Urban Local Bodies. (HT Archive)

Bandhwari landfill: Six acres cleared for WTE plant, work to start imminently

By Kartik Kumar, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2021 11:06 PM IST
A letter issued by MCG commissioner Mukesh Kumar Ahuja to MCG’s concessionaire, Ecogreen, last week states that six of the 10 acres, for setting up the WTE plant at the Bandhwari landfill, have been cleared through treatment of legacy waste. Officials of Ecogreen said they are waiting for a formal letter from the MCG on the matter
Farmers have been protesting against the Centre’s three farm laws since November last year. (HT PHOTO)
Farmers have been protesting against the Centre’s three farm laws since November last year. (HT PHOTO)

Gurugram farmers to hold ‘mashal rally’ today ahead of Sept 27 ‘Bharat Bandh’

Written by Joydeep Bose | Edited by Meenakshi Ray, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2021 05:40 AM IST
The farmers demand that the three contentious be repealed and a legal guarantee provided to them on minimum support price for crops. However, the government has consistently maintained that the new laws are pro-farmer.
The RWAs United emerged as the first pan-city group in Gurugram during the second wave of Covid-19 in April this year. (Parveen Kumar/HT Photo)
The RWAs United emerged as the first pan-city group in Gurugram during the second wave of Covid-19 in April this year. (Parveen Kumar/HT Photo)

Gurugram RWAs to focus on inter-society sports events during first meet today

PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2021 12:26 AM IST
Members of 63 RWAs, under the RU, will attend the meeting at M3M Urbana commercial complex in Sector 67 on Saturday evening
DTCP officials said that they issued restoration notices to the developers, property dealers and owners of the land who constructed the flats without any permission from the competent authority and in complete violation of law. (Representative image.)
DTCP officials said that they issued restoration notices to the developers, property dealers and owners of the land who constructed the flats without any permission from the competent authority and in complete violation of law. (Representative image.)

DTCP seeks details of Sai Lane flats in Gurugram after residents seek relief

PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2021 12:24 AM IST
RS Bhath, district town planner, said that they sought details of ownership and sale of flats to establish the involvement of people who fraudulently constructed flats and duped gullible buyers into buying these illegal properties
Rainwater harvesting tanks in a village. The move came after the residents raised the issue of severe waterlogging in different parts of the city during the monsoon. (Representative image/HT Archive)
Rainwater harvesting tanks in a village. The move came after the residents raised the issue of severe waterlogging in different parts of the city during the monsoon. (Representative image/HT Archive)

Gurugram authority identifies 98 points to install recharge wells to catch rainwater

PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2021 12:20 AM IST
The recharge wells, which pump water back into the ground, will be installed in low-lying areas so that water accumulated around it and from nearby localities can be pumped in through pipes attached to recharge the groundwater level
All the refugee children will get the polio doses at 1,579 pulse polio vaccination centres set up for the purpose in the district. (Representative photo/HT archive)
All the refugee children will get the polio doses at 1,579 pulse polio vaccination centres set up for the purpose in the district. (Representative photo/HT archive)

Gurugram: Health department to give polio doses to Afghan refugee children till 15 years

By Suparna Roy
PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2021 12:16 AM IST
In August 2021, the WHO said that Afghanistan and Pakistan continue to “remain endemic for polio, with high transmission of wild polio virus and circulating vaccine derived polio viruses-2
The district has reported 18 dengue cases and two malaria cases this year, compared to 51 cases reported in 2020. (Sunil Ghosh/HT Photo)
The district has reported 18 dengue cases and two malaria cases this year, compared to 51 cases reported in 2020. (Sunil Ghosh/HT Photo)

Third rapid fever survey in Gurugram amid dengue, malaria scare

PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2021 12:11 AM IST
As part of the survey, which will run till September 30, health workers go door-to-door to check whether any resident is down with fever or viral infection, or has dengue or malaria symptoms
The old Municipal Corporation of Gurugram building near Civil Lines is in a dilapidated condition. (Vipin Kumar/HT Photo)
The old Municipal Corporation of Gurugram building near Civil Lines is in a dilapidated condition. (Vipin Kumar/HT Photo)

Gurugram civic body to reconstruct old office in Civil Lines from October

UPDATED ON SEP 25, 2021 12:09 AM IST
The move came as the condition of the municipal corporation of Gurugram office, opposite Civil Hospital, has been deteriorating, especially over the past six years
Illegal stormwater drain connections cause flooding of drains and compound waterlogging problems during peak monsoon. (HT Archive)
Illegal stormwater drain connections cause flooding of drains and compound waterlogging problems during peak monsoon. (HT Archive)

52 illegal stormwater drain connections identified, notices sent to offenders

By Suparna Roy, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 23, 2021 10:59 PM IST
Officials from the infrastructure-II division said that around 40-50 MLD of sewage is illegally released into the city’s stormwater drains at present. These illegal connections add to the waterlogging problems during peak monsoon
On Thursday, 8,568 people were covered in Covid-19 vaccination camps at health centres, with 3,284 taking the first dose and 5,284 taking the second dose. Officials said that for the past three days, the number of second dose vaccinations has been higher. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
On Thursday, 8,568 people were covered in Covid-19 vaccination camps at health centres, with 3,284 taking the first dose and 5,284 taking the second dose. Officials said that for the past three days, the number of second dose vaccinations has been higher. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)

Covid-19 vaccination: Camp to be set up at gurudwara, more likely at temples, banks and post offices

By HT Correspondent, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 23, 2021 10:59 PM IST
Officials said that the Covid-19 vaccination camp will be set up at the Gurudwara Singh Sabha, opposite a vegetable market in Old Gurugram, from 10.30am to 4.30pm. Only Covaxin doses will be administered at the camp, with the first dose available for people above 45 years and the second dose available for all eligible age groups
The cycle tracks are being developed as part of measures to improve non-motorised transportation in the city, identified as a mobility concern in the comprehensive mobility management plan (CMMP) of the GMDA approved last December. Three phases of the project are expected to be completed by 2035. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
The cycle tracks are being developed as part of measures to improve non-motorised transportation in the city, identified as a mobility concern in the comprehensive mobility management plan (CMMP) of the GMDA approved last December. Three phases of the project are expected to be completed by 2035. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)

Cycle tracks across 800 kms to come up by 2035: GMDA

By Suparna Roy, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 23, 2021 10:59 PM IST
A decision to construct 800 kilometres of cycle tracks across the city by 2035 was taken in a core planning committee meeting of the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) held on Tuesday
The wanted man, Rajan Kumar, allegedly fired at least three shots at the police and in the melee, ran to the rooftop of the house. He threatened to shoot himself if the police tried to follow him. (Representative image/Getty Images & iStockphoto)
The wanted man, Rajan Kumar, allegedly fired at least three shots at the police and in the melee, ran to the rooftop of the house. He threatened to shoot himself if the police tried to follow him. (Representative image/Getty Images & iStockphoto)

Wanted man shoots himself in bid to escape police, arrested after suffering two shots

By HT Correspondent, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 23, 2021 10:58 PM IST
The suspect, identified as Rajan Kumar, allegedly involved in multiple crimes in Bhiwani, shot himself twice before the police could intervene and arrest him. He was taken to the trauma centre and later admitted to PGIMS Rohtak where his condition was reported to be stable
In Faridabad, officials have estimated that around 120-130 illegal structures, including farmhouses, are currently standing on Aravalli land notified under Punjab Land Preservation Act (PLPA).
In Faridabad, officials have estimated that around 120-130 illegal structures, including farmhouses, are currently standing on Aravalli land notified under Punjab Land Preservation Act (PLPA).

Aravallis: MCF resumes demolition of illegal structures, five farmhouses razed

By HT Correspondent, Gurugram
UPDATED ON SEP 23, 2021 10:58 PM IST
After a break of around 20 days, the Municipal Corporation of Faridabad (MCF) resumed its ongoing demolition drive against illegal structures constructed on forest land in the Aravallis. On Wednesday, five illegal farmhouses located on the Surajkund Road were demolished
A missing persons’ complaint was filed on Wednesday night. The police said sections of murder were added after the body was found in South City-1 park. (Representative image/Getty Images & iStockphoto)
A missing persons’ complaint was filed on Wednesday night. The police said sections of murder were added after the body was found in South City-1 park. (Representative image/Getty Images & iStockphoto)

Gurugram murder: Missing woman strangulated to death in South City-1 park

PUBLISHED ON SEP 23, 2021 10:57 PM IST
The body of a 25-year-old woman who went missing from her home in Silokhra on Wednesday evening was found at a park in South City-1 colony on Thursday morning, with police saying that she might have been strangulated, according to an initial probe
Faridabad district officials cycle to their office, instead of using motorised vehicles, on Wednesday.
Faridabad district officials cycle to their office, instead of using motorised vehicles, on Wednesday.

Faridabad: Govt officials will not use vehicles on Wednesday, says DC

By Abhishek Behl, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 22, 2021 11:19 PM IST
Officials of the Faridabad district administration cycled to their office on the occasion of World Car-Free Day on Wednesday, with deputy commissioner Jitender Yadav saying that all government officials will be asked not to use vehicles on Wednesday
An overcast sky and light rainfall in some parts of the city on Wednesday kept the mercury levels at bay, with the maximum temperature dropping six degrees below normal. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
An overcast sky and light rainfall in some parts of the city on Wednesday kept the mercury levels at bay, with the maximum temperature dropping six degrees below normal. (Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)

Light rainfall brings down day temperature in Gurugram

By HT Correspondent, Gurugram
PUBLISHED ON SEP 22, 2021 11:18 PM IST
The maximum temperature on Wednesday was recorded at 29.1 degrees Celsius (°C), six degrees below normal for this time of the year. The minimum temperature, however, remained in the usual range, with a reading of 23.4°C
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