Gurgaon: Yuvraj Singh 's sister-in-law has named him in a domestic violence complaint she has filed in Gurgaon's district court against her husband Zorawar, the cricketer's younger brother, and his mother Shabnam.Akanksha, who featured as a contestant on reality show Bigg Boss in its 10th season last year, has alleged mental, physical and financial torture in the four months she spent in the Singhs' household after her marriage to Zorawar in 2014. Akanksha has been living separately since.
GURUGRAM: The estimate of the amount of new land that could become available for affordable housing, after the removal of the cap on land for the segment through DTCP 's recent amendment of its Affordable Housing Policy 2013, is out. From a maximum of 300 acres that was available in the past, the total land under the segment could now rise to 810 acres, an increase of over 500 acres.Earlier, there was cap of 10 acres per sector, and a total of 300 acres, in Gurgaon.
Gurgaon: A city court has ordered a fresh probe by an ACP-rank officer against real estate developer JMD in a two-year-old case, which was filed against the company for allegedly cheating a buyer and for violating the purchase and sale agreement.The police officer concerned has been directed to submit the investigation report before November 10, the next date of hearing.Additional chief judicial magistrate Prashant Rana passed the orders a couple of days ago while hearing the petition filed...
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