Earlier this month, New York Times did a feature on Gurgaon highlighting how slums are intermingled with expensive societies that have come up in Gurgaon. It’s titled: Inside Gate, India’s Good Life; Outside, the Servants’ Slums. While I don’t totally agree with the way the article is written (I feel it’s too criticizing in pieces), there is one point that I have always felt to be true myself and it is highlighted in the beginning of the article.
It’s been raining cats and dogs in Gurgaon. And it’s not only us humans who suffer. Take a look at the pictures posted on Habitually Good about who else is troubled by the early monsoon.
Till today, I didn’t know that the Gurgaon Police has an online presence. I suppose I should have assumed this, but somehow in India you don’t take progressiveness on the part of the government as granted.
The bright side of this is that you are always pleasantly surprised when you find out about something like this.
Anyway, the site looks pretty well organized, with a number of neatly arranged sections catering for various activities such as Complaints, Passport, Arms License, Driving License, etc.