Ending months of wait, the direct metro line connecting Gurugram to Noida will begin from Monday.
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Do you have to travel everyday from Noida to Gurugram for work? Well, the new section of Delhi Metro’s Magenta line will make your life easier now. The 25.6 kilometre long Janakpuri West’s Kalkaji Mandir Metro corridor will cut short the distance between the two cities to just 50 minutes. Besides,
A power plant costing Rs 502 crore will be constructed in village Bandhwari of Gurugram district to generate electricity from waste under the Integrated Solid Waste Management Scheme.
Around 20,000 consumers availing Piped natural gas services from Haryana City gas in Gurugram will be charged higher for their connections as HCG has hiked the rates in wake of skyrocketing fuel rates across the country. On the heels of soaring international oil rates, petrol prices hit a four year high on Monday leading to a revision of administered pricing mechanism (APM) by Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas (MoPNG).
The CNG supply in the district will be affected on Sunday. The CNG and PNG gas will not be available to consumers on January 14 from 3am till 10pm.
Residents of several areas in sectors 21 and 14 are aggrieved they haven’t been provided with PNG connections yet, though the Haryana City Gas officials promised to provide the same by December 2016.
As part of India’s attempt to improve public transportation, Varanasi, Nagpur and Gurugram have been shortlisted to test the ambitious rapid transport systems using pod cars—driverless vehicles that run along a pre-determined course.
Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL), The supplier of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Piped Natural Gas (PNG) in Delhi, Noida and Greater Noida said in Wednesday that it has received permission from the state government of Haryana to lay City Gas Distribution (CGD) network in a part of Distt. Gurugram.
From 15 August—Independence Day—onwards, the districts of Gurugram and Ambala in Haryana will have round-the-clock electricity.
Union Ministry of Power has accorded principle approval of Rs 450 crore for the Rs 1,350-crore scheme aimed at the development and modernisation of power sector in Gurugram.