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Connaught Place vehicle-free: City planners, heritage experts give thumbs up

Urban planners and heritage activists have welcomed the government's move to pedestrianise middle and inner circular roads of Connaught Place, while suggesting boosting of parking infrastructure and deployment of rickshaws and e-buses for ferrying commuters.

Will take legal route if Telangana govt tries to dismantle OGH: INTACH

 INTACH has countered a move by Telangana government to dismantle Hyderabad's Osmania General Hospital, saying the iconic building is "structurally safe" and that it would take "legal recourse" if there are any attempts to raze the over 90-year-old historic structure.

'Delhi still could be in UNESCO heritage tag race next year'

'Delhi still could be in UNESCO heritage tag race next year'

Delhi is not vying for being named the UNESCO World Heritage City this year but conservators feel "all is not lost" for the historic city and it maybe in the global reckoning next year as the AAP government is pushing for the coveted status.

'Delhi out of heritage city race', heritage lovers dismayed

The decision to pull Delhi out of the race for UNESCO World Heritage City tag has left history and heritage lovers disappointed.

INTACH documenting traditional Jagannath pilgrimage route

The INTACH has started listing and documenting a 484-km-long traditional route that was once used by thousands of pilgrims to visit the Jagannath temple in Odisha, a member of the organisation said here on Thursday.

NDMC to install 'smart signages' for heritage sites, monuments

Heritage sites and monuments which fall in areas under the jurisdiction of New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) will soon have 'smart signages' as part of the 'smart city' initiative.

New Motor garage for Rashtrapati Bhavan

President Pranab Mukherjee Friday inaugurated a new motor garage and stores for official vehicles of Rashtrapati Bhavan in the President's Estate.

Writers, historians, scribes show solidarity with Kashmir's flood-hit people

Eminent writers, historians, scientists, journalists and civil society workers on Tuesday came forward to show their solidarity with the people Jammu and Kashmir battling the worst floods in the state's history.

INTACH sets up fund to restore heritage structures

In the wake of the recent Uttarakhand disaster, the Indian National Trust For Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) has set up a heritage relief and restoration fund.

Centuries old `tilted` temple restored by INTACH

A nearly 400-year-old temple near Kangra in Himachal Pradesh, which was standing tilted for more than 100 years, was rebuilt by the INTACH.

INTACH, ASI to work together for monument preservation

The Indian National Trust for
Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) will assist the
Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) in preservation and
maintenance of monuments as per a new law, a top official of
the NGO said today.