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>> New eight-lane road to connect South Delhi to Gurgaon

NEW DELHI: A new eight-lane road connecting south Delhi commuters to Gurgaon and Faridabad is expected to come up soon, with the lieutenant governor on Friday giving approval. The 9.05 kilometre long corridor is expected to help commuters from Mehrauli, Greater Kailash, Chhattarpur, Saket etc to avoid jams at NH-8 and NH-2. The decision to undertake the Rs 597-crore project was taken by the urban development ministry, which will also provide the funds for the project, said officials.
Source:     5/20/2013 1:19:44 AM

>> Huda ropes in NGO to address water shortage

With water shortage worsening with each passing day in the Millennium City, the Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) has roped in an NGO to find a permanent solution.
Source:     5/20/2013 1:19:00 AM

>> Civic works to get attention finally

Thanks to their continuous efforts, the residents of Sector 4 can expect to get a newly constructed community centre soon.
Source:     5/20/2013 1:18:06 AM

>> ‘MCG tardy on less than 1k sq m building plans’

GURGAON: Opposition members have alleged that the MCG authorities have stopped sanctioning building plans of plots less than 1,000 sq metres despite the House passing a resolution in this matter. They claim that many residents are being put to inconvenience because of this measure adopted by the municipal corporation without attributing any particular reason.
Source:     5/20/2013 1:16:54 AM

>> Millennium city bugged by travel, power issues

he five-day-long initiative “Your Gurgaon Your Voice”, a special series from the stables of Hindustan Times, which took off on May 13, continued to create a buzz at Infinity Towers in DLF Cyber City Phase-III on Friday as well.
Source:     5/20/2013 1:16:14 AM

>> Chinese holi accessories add colour to celebrations

NAGPUR: When one hears the words 'anda' and 'pichku' the mind can easily drift towards a mouthwatering combination of a hot omelette with a spread of ketchup - pichku is the name of a popular product of a ketchup brand. In the holi market, these words do not have any relation to food, but are varieties of pichkari and colours.
Source:     3/20/2013 3:04:11 AM

>> Holi - the festival of colours

As the brief spring warms the landscape, northern India cuts loose for a day of hijinx and general hilarity.
Source:     3/20/2013 3:02:08 AM

>> No water: This holi sirf rang barse

Last month Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan declared that the state was facing a drought worse than the one in 1972. He asked his party workers to reach out to the people and inform them about the government’s efforts to bring relief. There is an acute shortage of water and After Hrs decided to initiate a Water-less Holi Campaign.
Source:     3/20/2013 3:00:57 AM

>> Asaram Bapu's Holi splurges banned by Maharashtra

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government has banned self-proclaimed spiritual guru Asaram Bapu's Holi celebrations. The directive comes after Asaram Bapu, along with his followers, continued to indulge in pre-Holi revelry in and around Mumbai in defiance of an earlier government order against it. The festivities have been widely criticised for resulting in wastage of thousands of litres of water at a time when the state is facing its worst drought since 1972.
Source:     3/20/2013 2:59:32 AM

>> Baby Names

Naming a Hindu child in India is a ceremony by itself. The tradition of naming when a baby is born is been diligently followed by people throughout the nation.
Source:     1/11/2013 4:03:25 AM

>> Lohri - an agricultural winter festival

Lohri is a fun filled festivity observed by the Punjabi community every year in the month of January for a good harvest that carries cultural and traditional significance. It is observed on the eve of the winter solstice based on the belief that the Lohri night is the longest night of the year. Numerous theories have been suggested pertaining to the derivation of the term 'Lohri'
Source:     1/11/2013 2:05:05 AM

>> Celebrate Lohri festival for girl child: PAU home scientists

LUDHIANA: In view of the “lohri” festival in this month, the home science experts of the Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) have urged the home makers, farm women and the residents to gear up for traditional cooking, festive clothing, cleaning and decoration of homes.
Source:     1/11/2013 2:03:00 AM

>> Kite lovers in for a treat on Makar Sankranti

PATNA: Kite lovers in the city are in for a treat as Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation (BSTDC) is to organize a three-day kite and aero-modelling fiesta in the Sabbalpur Diara area from January 14 to 16, to mark the festival of Makar Sankranti which is celebrated on January 14.
Source:     1/11/2013 12:33:03 AM

>> Theft at kite shop ahead of Makar Sankranti

VARANASI: Five days before the festival of Makar Sankranti, which is marked by extensive kite-flying in the city, a band of thieves struck at a kite wholesaler's shop in Baulia Lehartara area under Manduadih police station on Tuesday night and fled with kites and strings worth over Rs 21,000.
Source:     1/11/2013 12:32:12 AM


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