A 25-year-old woman was seriously injured after a security guard of a noted society attacked her with a screwdriver during a failed rape attempt. The accused fled the spot after the incident, police said. The woman has been admitted to the hospital in a critical condition. The incident took place at around 11.20 am, on September 26 at Saare Homes Society located at Sector-92 in Gurugram. A case is registered.
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A fire broke out at a mall in Haryana’s Gurugram, on September 30. The mall has been identified as Global Foyer Mall. The incident occurred in the early hours of the day, and soon after the incident, several fire tenders rushed to the spot to assist with dousing the fire. The exact cause of side is yet to be ascertained. Further details on the matter are awaited.
In Haryana's Gurugram, three people were arrested for posing as commandos of the National Security Guard (NSG) to dupe many on the pretext of selling furniture. The City Police busted the gang and registered a case, after they received a complaint from Rambir, a resident of Dhana village. The gang members were targeting people through direct calling instead of posting any online advertisement. A case has been registered.
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Three women including two sisters and a mother of an accused, have been arrested for allegedly police personnel at the gates of a police station at Gurugram, informed police on August 25. An FIR has been filed, and the women have been arrested on spot. Meanwhile, one man fled the spot. Reportedly, the women were from the same family as a person who was arrested in a fraud case.
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In Gurugram's Udyog Vihar Phase- 2, two managers at Casa Danza club and 8-10 bouncers allegedly beat up six persons in the intervening night of August 7 and 8. The persons attacked include a manager of IT firm, his friend and four other women. Reportedly, the scuffle broke out when a female friend objected to one of the bouncers touching her inappropriately. The video has gone viral on social media.
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In Gurugram's Gadoli Khurd, an eight-year-old boy fell into an open drain while playing outside his house on August 7. Following the incident, police and a fire brigade team launched a search operation. However, the operation is still underway, and the boy is still missing. Divers from National Disaster Rescue Force (NDRF) are also searching for the boy. Notably, the operation started around 48 hours back.
CBI filed an FIR against doctors of a private hospital at Gurugram, in a case of suspected 'medical negligence' resulting in the death of an airhostess from Nagaland. The incident occurred on June 24, 2021, when Rosy Sangma was admitted to a hospital for her severe gynecological condition. She was treated by a dentist, since the concerned doctor was not available. After she passed away, her family filed a case.
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Toll plaza bouncers at Gurugram-Sohna road allegedly beat up a couple, on July 28. The incident occurred when Ritu Yadav was traveling in a car with her husband and children from Raisina to Maruti Kunj. As per sources, she asked the toll workers to remove the barricade and let her go. Ritu then got down from the car and tried to remove the barricade by herself, when she was attacked.
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An author and actor Samir Soni will organise a two-day literature festival fair event in Gurugram. The literature festival will be on July 22 to 24, for families willing to witness, fun author sessions and reconstruct characters of the literary world. Furthermore, there will be workshops and a mini football league. The event, named Doodle-Do, will be a platform for several authors and writers, focusing on reading and parenting.
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Ajay Singh, the chairman and managing director of SpiceJet, and others have been charged with fraud for allegedly scamming a resident of Gurugram by giving him forged share certificates. Amit Arora, the complainant, claimed that Singh gave him a fake depository instruction sheet (DIS) for 10 lakh shares as payment for his services. The allegation was later deemed "frivolous, mischievous and bogus" by SpiceJet.
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