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As many as 1,403 people have lost their lives in over a thousand road accidents in Gurgaon over the past three years. They includes 552 pedestrians, 462 motorcyclists and 81 cyclists.

The Punjab and Haryana High Court today stayed the acquisition of more than 200 acres for development of Sector 63-A in Gurgaon.

Setting a precedent, the residents' welfare association of a HUDA sector has been handed the responsibility of managing sanitation work in its colony, a task which, until now, was given to private

On The Buck Stops Here, we debate: was Gurgaon's car-free Tuesday a hit or a miss? Has the Millennium City set the trend for others? And can India go car-free regularly? Gurgaon Police Commissioner Navdeep Singh Virk joins the show.


A unique mission for a clear sky, experimented by various international cities like Beijing and Paris and now our very own millennium city Gurgaon is set to give its cars a day off. On Agenda, we ask you if such a concept is really practical in a country like ours with massive population and inadequate public transport system. Are we ready to give our cars a day off?