The Centre came up with a blank today on whether to declare Ram Setu in the Palk Strait a national monument, leaving the Supreme Court with no option but to interpret the government’s silence as it

The CAG in its latest report on land allotments in Andhra Pradesh, related to the Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy government tenure, found fault with the allotment of land for his school “in violation of Andhra Pradesh Ancient and Historical Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Rules 1960,” which prohibits alienation of lands forming part of historical sites.

Residents Flout Heritage Law, Illegal Structures Rise Within 100M Of Monument

The high court on Wednesday directed the Victoria Memorial Hall curator to prepare an inventory of the exhibits in the museum within four weeks and table it before the bench hearing the case.

KOLKATA, 29 FEB: The curator of Victoria Memorial was directed by the Division Bench of Mr Justice Pinaki Ghosh and Mr Justice Mrinalkanti Choudhuri of Calcutta High Court today to make an inventor

The Centre does not have unlimited powers to allow construction and mining in prohibited and regulated areas, the Supreme Court has ruled.

New Delhi: At 100.8 metres from Delhi Gate, the station there on Delhi Metro’s extension of the Central Secretariat-Kashmere Gate line is an interesting example of technology taking care of heritag

Proximity Of Line To Heritage Structures Had Upset Conservationists

The Changunarayan Temple, which is enlisted in the World Heritage Sites List, is at high risk after landslides occurred on the east and west sides of the temple on Wednesday following incessant rai

New Delhi: Delhi Metro is going hi-tech. For the first time, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation is using the Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), a technology that will help it identify the subsurface of the area or locality on which work for phase III is happening. That