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Keshopur bird count at an all-time high: 25,302

CHANDIGARH: Uproarious scenes were witnessed in the first House meeting of newly elected Mayor Arun Sood over the Finance and Contract Committee (F&CC) elections. It's a place where art meets commerce. But India Art Fair 2016, New Delhi, best known ... Chandigarh Tribune, 1 week ago

Keshopur Chhumb Community Reserve Has An Excellent Potential Of Developing As An Eco-Tourism Destination-Sohan Singh Thandal

The Keshopur Chhumb Community Reserve (KCCR) has excellent potential of developing as an eco-tourism destination, opined Sohan Singh Thandal, Tourism Minister Punjab after reviewing the progress of the project pertaining to Keshopur Wetlands, ...
 5 Dariya News - English1 month ago KCCR has excellent potential of developing as eco-tourism destination : Thandal  NetIndia123.com1 month ago

Over 13 thousand migratory birds arrive at Keshopur Chhamb

Keshopur Chhamb (Gurdaspur) Over 13 thousand migratory birds have arrived at the Keshopur Chhamb (wetland), 5 km from Gurdaspur this season. These winged guests have come from Siberia, Russia, Middle East countries, China and Mansarovar Lake ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago
Siasat Daily

Two held for teenager's murder from West Delhi

New Delhi, Dec 2: Two people were arrested for allegedly killing a 19-year-old boy from West Delhi's Keshopur area, a senior police official said today. The accused have been identified as Gagandeep Singh (22) and Gurjeet Singh (31). Both are ...
 Newshence.com2 months ago Rickshaw-puller fatally hit by mini bus; driver arrested  Siasat Daily2 months ago

Warm Winter Draws Birds to Punjab

A warm winter has attracted the highest number of migratory birds in a decade from Siberia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Europe, the Philippines, China and other countries to the three wetlands of Punjab. Over 1.05 lakh birds have flocked to India's ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

How I killed Rohith Vemula

Would any of the self-righteous, concerned voices have bothered about Rohith Vemula's life and travails if he had not died so eloquently? We would have felt proud if the Vice Chancellor has (sic) told that we were suspended because we organized ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago
New Delhi Pioneer

Chirping of avian tourists in Gurdaspur

ry birds from different parts of the world have reached and made themselves comfortable at Kesopur Community Reserve and Shalla Pattan wetland area in Gurdaspur. Officials said there are many new species this winter and efforts are being made to ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Punjab proposes eco-tourism project worth Rs 14 cr to Centre

Punjab has proposed an eco-tourism project under Swadesh Darshan to the Indian government, for the development of different wetlands and protected areas. Punjab tourism minister Sohan Singh Thandal said here on Tuesday that the state had proposed ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Punjab submits eco-tourism project to Centre  Press Trust of India1 month ago
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Government looks to turn biogas into CNG

The AAP government is exploring the possibility with the Swedish government to convert biogas into CNG. The project, a first for the city, will see biogas generated at sewage treatment plants being converted into CNG. Swedish ambassador Harald Sandberg, who ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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