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A sub-committee of heritage conservation architects and environmental experts will decide on the fate of the long-pending Rs 443-crore Byculla Zoo modernisation plan.

The sub-committee will be headed by heritage panel member Cyrus Guzder. Vikas Dilawari and Sabyasachi Mukherji, director, Prince of Wales Museum, will be members of the committee.

WHILE a good many people in the country know that the Central and State governments have a number of plans and projects to bring about development

Seldom do they ask me to praise anyone. Often, it is the other way round. Give it to them, say commissioning editors, in search of a vicarious glimmer of hope for their unedited thoughts.

Pressure of developmental projects, inadequate staff with the ASI for protecting the monuments are the main factors. In Delhi alone, over 12 monuments are untraceable.

TOI Unleashes Campaign To Get The Deserved Unesco Recognition

Founded in the year AD 1411, Ahmedabad will be celebrating 600 years of its existence just over one year from now.
Clearly, it is time to hit a 6 for this city of 5 million, which has survived and thrived through the ups and

The Punjab Heritage and Education Foundation has called for declaring 2010 as the Punjab Heritage Preservation Year besides calling for adoption of one uniform Punjabi font to facilitate intercommunications on the internet.

Mumbai: The director of archaeology and museums, state, has issued a stop-work notice to the builder carrying out excavation work near the Magathane caves.

British archaeologists have found an example of extreme climate change and a bloody resource war in the disappearance of an ancient South American civilisation.

The Nasca, who once flourished in the valleys of south coastal Peru and disappeared around 1,500 years ago, helped to cause their own demise by damaging the fragile ecosystem, according to a study led by the Cambridge University.

Batala: Shiv Kumar Batalvi, who won the Sahitya Academy Award and is also known as the John Keats of Punjab, has penned down the best of Punjabi literature. However, a section of the residents here has made his memorial into a garbage dump and the authorities concerned have a turned a blind eye to the same.

NDMC May Put Brakes On Work As Notified 16th Century Tomb Lies At Construction Site