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A Society for Protection of Heritage and Culture has been formed to save monuments from further destruction and to keep a close watch on illegal exports of antiques. President of the SPHC Usha Kumar

The thirty-sixth meeting of the World Tourism Organisation's Commission for South Asia,to be held in Kochi on April 23, will be discussing some aspects of the proposed Global Code of Ethics of

Archaeological remains of 15th century monuments in Gaur, the ancient capital of Bengal, are in grave danger from a flourishing racket in bricks removed from unprotected sites, according to ASI's

A special scheme with the estimated cost of Rs 15 crores has been approved for Guna to solve the drinking water problems of the citizens, on the completion of which the town would be relieved of the

The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has passed strictures on the Delhi Government for wasteful expenditure, inefficient utilisation of funds and slippages in the performance on several

The Rail India Technical and Economic Services (RITES) has proposed the setting up of monitoring bodies to regulate urban transport plan in cities. For better coordination and planning, it also

An ambitious plan has been prepared by the Gujarat Government to prepare a 90-feet deep tunnel in the Arabian sea on the Saurashtra coast to enable tourists to view the past glory of the ancient

Recent archaeological investigations and research undertaken by Gauhati University have brought about major changes in the political history of ancient Assam besides throwing new light on the social

It seems as if the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), the prime preserving agency for monuments of national and world heritage, had indeed got down to some serious work in Delhi region to make it

The first phase of the Mass Rapid Transport System for Delhi is finally off the ground with the managing director of the Delhi Metro Corporation firmly saddled in the driver's seat of this mega