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Major monuments given a miss on Punjab tourism's website

LUDHIANA: After a long wait, Punjab tourism's website was finally updated, adding eight tourist destinations to the list. However, it still missed on to names of major monuments. Some of the monuments are Mughal Sarai fort, Doraha fort, Serai ... Times of India, 5 days ago
Pakistan and India to discuss tourism today Business Recorder, 2 weeks ago

Reduce human load to save Taj: Historian R. Nath

Unless drastic measures are intiated to manage pressing crowds at the Taj Mahal and the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is not fundamentally restructured to respond to new challenges, the 365-year-old, world-famous monument to love could be in ...
 NewKerala.com1 week ago

Punjab wakes up to crumbling heritage

Sultanpur Lodhi/CHANDIGARH: Punjab government has decided to act after a major part of Lahori Gate of historic Qila Sarai monument in Sultanpur Lodhi town crumbled last week, as senior officials of the department of cultural affairs, archives, ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Pak preserves Bhagat Singh's house, Punjab betrays martyr Sukhdev

When the Pakistan government is preserving the memory of Shaheed Bhagat Singh by renovating not only the house where he was born but also his entire village for huge money, the Punjab government has betrayed a martyr who went to the gallows with him ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
DAWN Group

Rains take a toll on ancient sites too

ISLAMABAD: Monsoon rains that have ravaged human populations in the plains of Punjab have made even ruins to cry for help. Archaeologists say the ancient Greek and Buddhist ruins at Jandial and Julian near Taxila have suffered visible water damage ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Jind Maharaja's dilapidated palace may make way for PGI centre

A building in a dilapidated state — with trees growing out of the cracks — stands near Sangrur at the site that has been allocated to the Post-Graduate Institute for Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) for setting up a satellite centre. With ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

SFU People in the News - September 18, 2014

Media Matters , a report on Simon Fraser University in the news, compiled and distributed by SFU Public Affairs & Media Relations. This edition is a daily roundup that lists the main items of known media coverage from 8:30 a.m. (September 17) to ...
 Simon Fraser University1 week ago

Judiciary facing colossal task, CJ seeks assistance of archival experts

*Options being explored to ensure litigants don't suffer Mohinder Verma JAMMU, Sept 14: As retrieval of record from the flood-hit infrastructure across the Kashmir valley is a colossal task before the Jammu and Kashmir judiciary, Chief Justice of ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago

Park may wipe out 'Harappan' site in Sangrur village

MARD KHERA (Sangrur): Traces of an ancient civilzation in Mard Khera village, 5 km off Sangrur, are being mindlessly obliterated. Tonnes of earth from the excavation site, are being callously used to fill a village pond under the Mahatma Gandhi ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

1,000-year-old monastery to have Buddhist studies centre

Tabo, an ancient seat of Buddhist religion and culture in picturesque Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh in northern India, will now have an international learning centre. Baudh Darshan, which will help preserve the ancient seat of Buddhist studies, ...
 NewKerala.com4 weeks ago
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