After exploiting the whole coastline f golden sand to the fullest extent, Goa now plans to sell 'rain drops to the nature loving tourists from the next
In an effort to project leh and river Sindhy as sustainable cultural tourism and government of Jammu and Kashmir have decided to organise sindhu Darshan festival next month at Leh.
Kerala is going to be the first state to legislate on a Bill against the destruction of heritage buildings. The draft Bill, prepared by the archaeology department, has already been cleared by the
In a major policy decision likely to benefit 12 lakh people living in the slum clusters of Delhi, the Delhi Government announced that the cut-off date for relocation of such clusters had been
Concerned over the acute shortage of drinking water in the Capital, the Supreme Court today directed the Haryana and Punjab governments to allow an additional 125 cusec of water from the Bhakra-Beas
Resettlement schemes fail as slums multiply in Delhi-- a report.
Archaeologists seek a balance : An international meeting of archaeologists at Egypt is discussing how to reconcile the need to preserve ancient sites with the demands of Egypt's vital tourist
Officials today expressed concern over the dilapidated condition of Bhaktapur's 55-Window Palace and laid the blame for the delay in its restoration to differences between the Department of
Growth of urban slums and a spurt in homeless populations are two of the 'gravest challenges' Bangladesh is facing a study has
The high court on Friday asked the railways to submit the action taken report regarding its order for the removal of slum clusters along the railway lines in the Capital. Simultaneously, a welfare
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