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City zoo visitors to 'breathe' easy

INDORE: Visitors to Kamla Nehru Zoological Park will be able to 'breathe' easy, as foul smell emanating from the park's sewer will soon become a thing of the past. Work on sewerage treatment plant (STP) is in full swing, the foundation stone for ... Times of India, 1 month ago

BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED : Maintenance of Kamla Nehru Bal Udyan (Children Park) and nearby Gardens

Tenders are invited for Maintenance of Kamla Nehru Bal Udyan ( Children Park ) and nearby Gardens in the Berkhera BHEL Township est Cost:1 lakh Date of Tender Submission: 13.03.14 Major organization : BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED (BHEL) ...
 4 Traders1 month ago
New Delhi Pioneer

NMC to take heat off air cooler market

tered shops in Asia's biggest air cooler market — Kamla Market will soon give way to swanky multi-storeyed commercial complexes. Located right opposite the New Delhi Railway Station in the city, the market will undergo first-ever renovation ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Three tortoises missing from Indore Zoo

Three tortoises have been found missing from a zoological park in Indore, police said today. The reptiles were found missing from the park when the gardener went to feed them, in-charge of the Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalaya, Dr Uttam Yadav, said. He said the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Heritage week in Pune begins with a healthy note

The Pune Heritage Festival commenced to mark the significance of the city's heritage on April 13. An initiative of Pune Virasat, the event started with 'Spice it Up!’ , a culinary workshop at the Phule Mandai made out door cooking exciting and took ...
 DNA2 days ago

Delhi's Belly | The ground beneath her feet

So here they stand and make big speeches. This temple-like pavilion in New Delhi's Ramlila Maidan was built by prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru in 1961 for Queen Elizabeth II. She stood there looking down at the thousands of Indians who had packed ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Enchanting Delhi  Times of Oman3 weeks ago Corporation plans push-start for cycling  Times of India1 month ago

Build smaller bridges if not Pedder Road flyover

Unplanned construction and growth have left no part of Mumbai unscathed, not even the seat of the old money. Old utilities are continually failing in south Mumbai's D ward and an increasing number of high-rises are putting pressure on water mains, ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Sakaal Times

Rs 25 cr for Metro project

PUNE: The Standing Committee of the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has earmarked Rs 25 crore for the Metro Rail project during 2014-15. The Centre had recently given its nod for the ambitious project. The allocation has been made since work on ...
 Sakaal Times1 month ago

The deplorable plight of Delhi's homeless

During the 2010 Commonwealth Games, four settlements in Lodhi Colony near Sewa Nagar railway station (Prabhu Market Camp, Prabhu Market Extension Camp, Indira Gandhi Camp and Viklang Basti) were demolished to build a parking lot for the Jawaharlal Nehru ...
 DNA1 month ago

Dancing in the streets on V-Day

The heavy downpour and chilly winds did nothing to dampen the spirit of those who came together for the cause of female victims of violence. An annual event in the city calendar, the global call to woman survivors of violence, One Billion Rising (OBR) For ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
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