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8/20/2016: South Delhi: Leaking pipelines, delayed action make...

NEW DELHI: Incessant rainfall in the past few weeks has damaged the city's crucial Ring Road. Craters have developed at various stretches and surfaces have eroded away, causing long traffic snarls. Stretches near Nehru Nagar bus stop, Maharani Hindustan Times, 3 days ago

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One India, 4 months ago

‚Äč After manjha deaths, cops raid traders in Noida, Gzb, Bareilly

Rampur: Following the death of two toddlers in Delhi after their throats were slit by Chinese manjhas, teams of Rampur police conducted raids at several places in Noida, Ghaziabad and Bareilly to arrest those who stock the deadly kite strings and ...
 Times of India6 days ago

Two Kids Bleed to Death As Chinese Manja Slits Their Throats On Independence Day

Kite flying has been a fun sport for Indians since time immense. But what happens when the same fun game turns into the death game? Similar was the case when on the happy occasion of Independence Day, a total of 3 lives were lost in 4 different ...
 Daily Bhaskar6 days ago

Noida Times Anniversary - Shopped in a Noida mall for the first time

If we were to tell you that almost one lakh people drive to Noida every day from Delhi and Gurgaon, you would assume they are work here. Noida is, after all, a city of offices. However, if we told you that all these people come to Noida just to ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Media Nama

AskMe won't be able to pay employees until Astro buyout happens

AskMe does not have the money to pay its employees their salaries for July, Manav Sethi, Group CMO & head of digital strategy at AskMe Group, told MediaNama. The company is waiting for money to come in from Malaysian media and telecom company Astro ...
 Media Nama2 weeks ago

50 spots expose chinks in Delhi's scheme to check waterlogging

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Aug. 2 -- The first 50 out of the 167 waterlogging-prone spots in Delhi have remained unchanged for the last decade. Delhi Traffic Police's annual ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago

Monsoon mayhem : Blame game begins as city roads turn into rivulets

Monday, 01 August 2016 | Ankita Upadhyaya/Ankita Sharma | New Delhi A romantic at heart thrives on rain to wander his/her imaginations. A foodie longs for monsoon to savour various gourmet food. A regular Delhiite although heaves a sigh of ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

Gurgaon chaos rerun on Delhi roads

After two days of massive traffic gridlock the situation slowly limped back to normalcy in Gurgaon, but incessant rain brought traffic to a virtual standstill in the Capital. The poor administration and lackadaisical attitude of the authorities has ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago

Rain, traffic jams add to misery of commuters

Heavy rain and subsequent waterlogging once again spelt troubled for Delhi commuters as bumper-to-bumper traffic were reported from several parts of the city on Tuesday. Phone calls about traffic jams hounded the traffic control rooms even as the ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

Rain causes traffic mayhem

27 July 2016, New Delhi, Anup Verma Heavy showers on Tuesday brought the city to its knees as normal life was crippled due to waterlogging on roads leading to traffic snarls on various routes. To add to the commuters woes, traffic signals ...
 Millennium Post4 weeks ago
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