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IS warns of attack on Taj Mahal, security tightened
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IS warns of attack on Taj Mahal, security tightened

Agra : Police on Friday patrolled the Yamuna river bank here and mounted extra vigil after a pro-Islamic State website threatened to target the Taj Mahal, the 17th century monument of love. An official said the information was passed on to the police and the ... Sify, 1 month ago

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The man who took on Sri Sri Ravi Shankar for the sake of the Yamuna

'The size or economic potential of no event can be a valid excuse to break the law of the land.' IMAGE: A report submitted to the National Green Tribunal stated that Art of Living should pay Rs 42 crore as compensation for the restoration of the Yamuna floodplain it damaged during its World Culture Festival held last year. Photograph: PTI Photo "Make sure the truth is on your side," says environmental activist Manoj Mishra who went up against Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and his organisation, Art of ...
 Rediff.com10 hours ago Delhi water minister Kapil Mishra says Sri Sri's event must be held again on Yamuna's banks  India Today1 week ago Those who say AOL irresponsible have sense of humour: Sri Sri on NGT rebuke  Rediff.com5 days ago You have NO sense of responsibility: NGT slams Sri Sri  Rediff.com5 days ago
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Findings of damages caused to Yamuna flood plains due to Art Of Living event will shock you

A day after the expert committee came hard on the Art of Living Foundation for 'destroying' the Yamuna flood plains, India Today carried out a reality check and the findings will shock you. The NGT panel report on Wednesday stated, "It has been estimated that ...
 India Today1 week ago Rs 42.02 cr needed to restore damaged Yamuna floodplains, panel to NGT  Deccan Herald1 week ago Rehab of Yamuna plains destroyed by Sri Sri will cost Rs 13 cr, take 10 yrs  Rediff.com1 week ago AOL: Rs 13.29 cr, 10 yrs needed to restore Yamuna floodplain  Business Standard1 week ago
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AOL event should be held on Yamuna's banks again and again, says Delhi minister

Delhi Water Minister Kapil Mishra on Thursday mocked the findings of an expert panel that the world culture festival ravaged the Yamuna floodplains, asserting that the event should be held again and ‘only on its banks’. He invited Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, who had organised the cultural extravaganza last year, for holding the event again. Unfazed by the alarming contents of the report, including that the restoration of the floodplains may take up to 10 years, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Yamuna: Delhi water minister mocks findings of expert panel  DNA1 week ago
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U'khand HC accords human status to Ganga, Yamuna

In a landmark judgement, the Uttarakhand high court on Monday accorded the status of "living human entities" to the Ganga and Yamuna, two of India's most sacred rivers. Exercising extraordinary jurisdiction vested in the court, a division bench of Justices Rajeev Sharma and Alok Singh of the high court said, "Holy rivers Ganga and Yamuna have been declared to be treated as a living human entities." Agreeing with advocate MC Pant, the court cited the example of river Whanganui in New Zealand ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Uttar Pradesh election: Residents of this village near Delhi travel 70 km to cast vote

The residents of Dalelpur village in Greater Noida are bound to travel over 70 km or cross river Yamuna to cast their votes. The village is located near Faridabad on the banks of river Yamuna, opposite to the Greater Noida city.
 India Today2 months ago

Big Bird Day brings some cheer in the Capital

Delhi birders record 51 species in a forest at Yamuna's eastern banks
 DNA2 months ago
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A temple on the Yamuna

'Bateshwar is a rare temple where Shiva is depicted in his human form (and not his symbol, the Lingam).'Geetanjali Krishna visits a town famous for its temples.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com It's a quiet, sunny morning in Bateshwar. There isn't a soul in sight and the only sign of human activity one can see is a plume of smoke rising up from the top of a ravine. "It's from a house inside the hill," the driver says. "The old baba always cooks his lunch outside." So off I go a steep, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Metro ride for PM Modi, Oz Premier (with selfie)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, skilled practitioner of selfies, had a gotcha moment today riding the Delhi metro with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. The leaders then visited the famous Akshardhma temple on the banks of the River Yamuna, where they ...
 MSN India2 weeks ago I am 'adopted son' of UP, says PM Modi  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Signature Bridge set to miss sixth deadline, cost rises by Rs 456 crore

The Delhi government's state-of-the-art Signature Bridge, supposed to connect north-east Delhi with outer Delhi, is all set to miss the July deadline as well. Not only that, the cost of the project has further escalated by Rs 456 crore, with Delhi Tourism ...
 DNA1 month ago
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