Wine shops are present at every nook and cranny in Gurgaon, but no one has raked up so much speculations, questions and disputes as the wine shop adjacent to Rezang La chowk, Palam Vihar. When the Rezang La chowk was built in 2012, the wine shop came under the scanner and a debate ensued, whereby, people wanted to remove the shop as it was near a school, a Hanuman Temple and a hospital.
All the citizens of Gurgaon have one common problem i.e. dusty roads. And we are not talking about the interiors of the city, where a kuchcha road would be dusty, but we are talking about the main roads, flyovers and highways as well. For the same problem, riders and pillion riders are seen wearing scarves around their faces and cars always have their windows closed (even in scorching summer).
The residents of Gurgaon danced, moved and rode high on the silky notes of traditional folk and Sufi music and to the poetic strains of Pakistan's band Laal. Amongst the hilly terrain of Aravali Bio Diversity park, the soft winter night of November 30 was perfect for Gurgaon Utsav's second day.
The new branch of McDonald's in Palam Vihar, Gurgaon in collaboration with the National Thalassemia Welfare Society, an NGO organised a blood donation camp on 30 November. The camp, which was organised to receive blood donation and spread awareness about Thalassemia was held from 1 pm till 5pm. The blood donation was organised in a special bus with all the required medical facilities.