Official fears harm to Buddhist heritage of the State

State government is set to ban quarrying of hillocks dotted around the famous Buddhist sites Lalitgiri, Udaygiri and Ratnagiri, known as ‘Diamond Triangle of Odisha Tourism’ in Jajpur district.

BHOPAL: The central zone bench of National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday, served notices on Central and state government agencies following a petition filed by a Bhopal-based activist, alleging p

Industrialisation and urban growth in the Agra-Mathura region has endangered the world famous Taj Mahal and other historical monuments which are under constant threat from the ever increasing environmental pollution.

Submits channel will become a “valuable asset in terms of national defence and security”

The UPA government filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court on Monday, saying it wanted to implement the Sethusamudram project through the original alignment, cutting across the Ram Sethu. A Bench, headed by Justice H.L. Dattu, will hear the case on Tuesday.

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Kamlesh Verma Vs Mayawati & Others dated 08/08/2013 regarding irregularities in the Taj Heritage Corridor Project.

Govt Reworked On Documents After UN Body Rejected Five Of The Six Monuments Last Year

Ambient Air Quality Data in Historical buildings, Lok Sabha Unstarred Question No.5409, dated 29.04.2013.

JAIPUR: Anticipating more investments in tourism sector, the 'Tourism Unit Policy-2007' has been extended till March 31, 2014.

New Delhi: For connoisseurs of history, the 2013-14 Budget paves the way for a new era of heritage conservation.

The High Court of Karnataka on Friday directed the State government to maintain status quo for one month on the proposed parking lot project in Lalbagh Botanical Gardens.

City-based advocate S Vasudeva has filed a public interest litigation contending that the space selected for the parking lot was close to the Kempegowda tower, a protected monument. He has further contended that the construction, within a radius of 300 metre of the monument was violative of the ASI Rules and Section 6 and 8 of the Karnataka Park, Play-fields and Open Spaces (Preservation and Regulation) Act, 1985.