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One with Nature
Moneycontrol.com

One with Nature

Aptly designed keeping the urban nomad in mind, The Gateway Resort Damdama Lake at Gurgaon provides a destination away from the city, within the natural setting of a nearby lake and the surrounding Aravali range of mountains. This new property ... Moneycontrol.com, 3 weeks ago

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Outlook Traveller, 2 months ago

Post graduate programmes

The JK Business School has announced admissions for post graduate programmes at its campus, Damdama Lake road, Off Sohna Road, Bhondsi, Gurgaon. Graduate in any discipline from a recognised university and candidates appearing in final examination ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago JK Business School invites application for Admission to Post Graduate courses  Web Newswire3 weeks ago

HUDA plans 350-acre artificial lake

GURGAON: Even as natural lakes in the city are dying a slow death owing to neglect, HUDA has come up with a plan to build an artificial lake spread over 350 acres in sectors 72 and 72A, which according to officials, will help prevent water logging ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Times of India

Want to buy a hill or lake? Come to Faridabad, Gurgaon

It may sound bizarre, but you can actually own a dense forest, a lake such as Damdama or Dhauj, a hill top or a drain in the Aravalis of Haryana.
 Times of India2 months ago

Rains turn dry Delhi into an oasis of joy

NEW DELHI: There is more to monsoon than the usual problems of waterlogging and traffic jams. The rains bring much-needed relief to Delhiites and the capital and its surroundings get a new lease of life. There is a special charm about the city ...
 Times of India11 hours ago
Outlook Traveller

Quick Guide: Anandpur Sahib, Punjab

The holy citadel of the Sikhs and a pilgrimage centre, Anandpur Sahib, is a perfect getaway for those looking for a spiritual weekend break Fast facts State: Punjab Distance: 318 km NW of Delhi When to go: Anandpur is pleasant even in ...
 Outlook Traveller2 days ago

Plus point

Pluggingdemand-supply gap The department of electronic and electrical engineering at UK's University of Sheffield is offering a distinct MSc programme in data communications. It aims to plug the demand-supply gap by training skilled, ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago

Capital values for properties in Sohna Road go up by 8%

S Being a tourist destination, the stretch is dotted with many landmarks like the Grand Park in Aravali range, Shani Dev Temple, Shiva Temple and the Damdama Lake. Some of the popular neighbouring micro markets include DLF Cyber City, Golf Course ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago
India TV

5 most beautiful lakes in India which are worth a visit!

iful lakes in India which are worth a visit! A well-known novelist Charles Morgan once said, “There are moments, above all on June evenings, when the lakes that hold our moons are sucked into the Earth, and nothing is left but wine and the ...
 India TV1 month ago

11 Pet Friendly Cafes You Have To Take Your Furry Best Friend To

Pet cafes were once unheard of, and having a pet meant that travelling or even going out for leisure was impossible unless there was someone to take care of them. Today, as more and more people want to spend quality time with their pets, niche pet ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago
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