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Victim of job fraud joins gang to con others, held
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Victim of job fraud joins gang to con others, held

Fri,06 Mar 2015

Summary: The accused, Robin Srivastav, who allegedly used to collect money from the victims at his office in Hoshiarpur on Thursday, police said. According to police, Srivastav, from Dhanbad, was himself a victim of a job racket when he was trying for a job at DMRC. Although he did not land a job and had realized it was a job racket, he joined the gang and started cheating other job aspirants. (Read Full Coverage)

Unruly traffic the bane of Gzb roads
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Unruly traffic the bane of Gzb roads

Fri,06 Mar 2015

Summary: This, while the traffic department imposed over 400 penalties for violations across the city as part of its drive to enforce safety rules on the roads. Residents also blamed non-existent or non-functional traffic signals for the daily mess. There are daily jams at all points where Indirapuram roads meet NH-24. (Read Full Coverage)

Kids toil at food stalls but govt drags feet on rescue
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Kids toil at food stalls but govt drags feet on rescue

Fri,06 Mar 2015

Summary: NOIDA: Life will be no different for a group of children employed as labour in the city this Holi. The commission received a complaint from a local resident that a group of children is employed at food stalls at the Noida Special Economic Zone in Sector 126. CWC directed the labour department to take appropriate action by rescuing the children. (Read Full Coverage)

Siblings mowed down as speeding cars kill three
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Siblings mowed down as speeding cars kill three

Fri,06 Mar 2015

Summary: Rash driving, wrong-lane driving and illegal roadside parking are a widespread menace in Ghaziabad but the police have done little to make roads safer, particularly in thickly populated residential areas like Indirapuram and Vasundhara. The two children, Lapesh and Ragini, lived in an illegal slum built on a vacant plot in Indirapuram`s Shakti Khand 2 area. Based on eyewitness accounts, police said Lapesh and Ragini were playing on the edge of the road and the Pulse appeared to have lost control anAd hurtled into them. (Read Full Coverage)

17-year-old `missing` boy found dead

17-year-old `missing` boy found dead

Thu,05 Mar 2015

Summary: Greater Noida: A 17-year-old boy, who had been missing from his house in Greater Noida for the last three days, was found dead under mysterious circumstances on Wednesday, police said. According to police, the deceased has been identified as Praveen Kumar, a resident of Dalelgarh village. His body was spotted in a drain in Dankaur in the morning by local residents. (Read Full Coverage)

RWAs oppose Indirapuram transfer

RWAs oppose Indirapuram transfer

Thu,05 Mar 2015

Summary: According to the federation, basic infrastructure like sewerage, water supply, roads, community facilities, daily markets and playgrounds have not been completed in Indirapuram as envisaged in Master Plan 2021. Consequently, it has resulted in a number of problems like sewage overflow, shortage of potable water, traffic congestion and so on. The GDA said that the transfer would be in effect only after careful consideration of all developmental aspects of Indirapuram. (Read Full Coverage)

Wi-Fi service provider for e-way to be finalized soon

Wi-Fi service provider for e-way to be finalized soon

Thu,05 Mar 2015

Summary: The authority has also developed a Highway Traffic Management System through which the Wi-Fi service will be provided. The free facility will be limited to two slots of half-an-hour each for every commuter, and will spread to the service lanes of the expressway as well. The service will be available on the stretch from Mahamaya flyover to Pari Chowk in Greater Noida on the expressway. (Read Full Coverage)

Ahead of Holi, police beefs up security in Noida

Ahead of Holi, police beefs up security in Noida

Thu,05 Mar 2015

Summary: NOIDA: Bracing for possible mishaps during Holi, the district police have tightened security here. The SP said hooliganism under the pretext of Holi celebrations would not be tolerated. Traffic police have also planned to deploy their personnel to curb rash driving, drunk driving, triple riding and other violations during Holi celebrations. (Read Full Coverage)