Corporate giants do philanthropic work in a ‘businesslike’ way
|Gurgaon, May 12
The corporate entities here are engaged in the social sector in a big way. Perhaps, it makes good business sense. Possibly, a quid pro quo is involved. At least, that is the general perception. But the fact is that more and more companies are taking a leaf out of their philanthropic book. Hero Honda, which has plants in Gurgaon and Rewari, has set up the Raman Kant Foundation.
The fruits of corporate labour
GRECIAN LOOK: Models display the outfits of V. Kostetsos from Greece during the New Delhi International Fashion Week 2002.
— Tribune Photo Mukesh Aggarwal
Land mafia eyeing college land
Noida, May 12
Seventy-year-old Swami Dhadesh Giri Maharaj, founder of Bhawani Shankar Inter-College, Hajipur village and manager of Boda Mahadev Mandir, is a worried man today. In a written letter to the District Magistrate (DM) of Gautam Budh Nagar, he has alleged that some anti-social elements are bent upon usurping the land belonging to the inter-college and the temple in Hajipur village.
Gangsters rape two women, loot wheat
Faridabad, May 12
Faridabad witnessed a few gruesome incidents in the past 24 hours. While criminals struck in a big way at two places in the district looting cash and goods worth over Rs 3.5 lakh, two women of a family were gang raped and another woman hacked her son to death with an axe.
Wheatgate costing Haryana dear
Sonepat, May 12
The Haryana Government has been suffering a huge loss of revenue on account of ‘benami’ purchases of wheat by certain traders and ‘arhtias’ in the city and other parts of the district.
‘Baniyan’ gang strikes at Baba Colony
New Delhi, May 12
A gang of four unidentified persons, believed to be members of the dreaded ‘Kachha Baniyan’ gang, raided a house in Baba Colony, Sant Nagar Burari in North Delhi, in the early hours of this morning and escaped with unspecified amount of cash and valuables after injuring all four family members, including two women.