The health department on Wednesday asked hotels in Gurugram to be on alert when conducting business with travellers from 12 at-risk countries in the wake of concerns about the new Omicron variant of SARS-CoV2. All hotels have been asked to share details of guests with a history of recent travel to these countries.
Private schools in the city continued to run at 50% capacity on Wednesday, with the state government withdrawing its previous decision to allow schools to function with 100% capacity from December 1 onwards.
Under the banner of Democratic Forum, several groups in the city came together on Wednesday for a daylong dharna against what they called increasing attacks on the minorities.
The city can look at its vaccination coverage with some reassurance as firewalls go up to check the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV2. The month-long doorstep vaccination campaign Har Ghar Dastak has added 1.4 lakh recipients to inoculation numbers since it was launched on November 3, taking the citys second-dose coverage past the 90% mark.
Around 200 families living in Aloha group housing society in Sector 57 have been facing a tough time as the developer hasnt applied for the mandatory occupation certificate (OC) even after more than eight years of giving possession.
With nearly 30 to 40 days work on the upcoming underpass and flyover pending, the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) is unlikely to open the Huda City Centre junction to commuters this year.
The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) will begin a review of the status of pending infrastructure work completed by the developer in DLF-1, 2 and 3 on Monday, a month before the deadline for takeover of these licensed colonies.
Residents of Sector 23A have raised concerns over rising dust pollution due to the delay in laying of a water pipeline in the area.
Potable water is being wasted daily near Vardhman Hospital in Sector 5 due to water gushing from a nearby pipeline which has been damaged, residents said.
Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) imposed a penalty of Rs 25 lakh on a housing project in Sector 103 on Sunday for continuing construction activities violating the National Green Tribunal and the Graded Response Action Plan guidelines.
The district administration is stepping up surveillance on international travellers in the wake of the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
A man who allegedly posed as a senior IAS officer and duped a city-based private bank executive on the pretext of getting him a central government job was arrested by the Gurugram police.
A Haryana Police head constable, a home guard and their friend have been arrested for allegedly kidnapping and raping two young women in Rewari district.
Kurukshetra police on Friday arrested a man for allegedly duping a local of Rs 17 lakh on the pretext of sending him and his relatives to Canada and providing him a role in a movie.
A two-year-old girl playing with her friends was lured by a man from the neighbourhood she knew and allegedly raped on Thursday. The 30-year-old man was arrested after the girls mother approached police and charged with Section 4 (unnatural intercourse) of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (Pocso) Act, 2012.
Namaz in the open was disrupted yet again in Sector 37, one of the 20 designated sites chosen by the administration for Friday prayers. A group of 150 members of right-wing outfits and residents of nearby villages flocked to the field outside Sector 37 police station and started a havan, claiming they were offering prayers for those who died in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
A farmer started his foot march from Moga city of Punjab and will walk 400km to Tikri border, dedicating his yatra to farmers on completion of one year of agitation against centres three controversial laws.
On one year of the farmers stir, a big number of farmers converged on Delhi borders, basking in the joy of making themselves heard and grieving over the loss of their companions during the long march. As leader after leader summed up what was done and what was left to be done, they hammered home the point of farmers unity.
A recent event in Gurgaon saw some vintage cars lined up, and among those marvelling at them were members of royal families and diplomats.
A team of Haryana Archaeology and Museum Department and Haryana Sarasvati Heritage Development Board (HSHDB) found more coins, remains of statues and other ancient articles from old fort in Sandhai village in Yamunanagar district on Friday.
The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) is planning to install 42 air purifiers across old Gurgaon to tackle increasing air pollution levels. The authority had earlier installed 71 air purifiers at nine locations as part of its Air Care project, which was launched by the chief minister in November last year.
Nuh, which has been lagging so far in Covid vaccination, on Thursday crossed the halfway mark of first doses for its eligible population of 10 lakh, 10% of which is now fully vaccinated.
Four people of a family, including three minors, were killed and one critically injured after a major fire gutted a scrap godown in City Center Park area of Yamunanagar on Thursday.