Madhya Pradesh hosts India’s biggest water carnival, the Jal Mahotsav. The third edition of the festival concluded on January 2, 2018.
South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) for the first time has set up musical instruments beneath the flyover at Nehru Place.
The 26th New Delhi World Book Fair, a nine-day event themed on ‘Environment and Climate Change’ was inaugurated by environmentalist Sunita Narain, European Union ambassador to India Tomasz Kozlowski, National Book Trust chairman Baldev Bhai Sharma and Madhu Ranjan Kumar, Joint Secy- Minister of Human Resource Development.
The Department of Commerce and Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) have launched a Healthcare Portal www.indiahealthcaretourism.com, as a single source platform providing comprehensive information to medical travellers on the top healthcare institutions in the country in English, Arabic, Russian and French.
In an attempt to deal with the increasing pollution levels in Bengaluru and in across the state in general, the transport department will soon launch electric autorickshaws in the city.
Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs, Hardeep Puri, has informed that a total…
The Maharashtra Maritime Board (MMB) has floated Expression of Interest (EoI) for developing passenger ferry services between NCPA at Nariman Point and Borivali. Earlier there were plans for developing ferry services with stoppages at locations like Bandra, Versova, Marve, Juhu and in the following phase to link South Mumbai and the western suburbs.
Imphal: Northeast is all set to get India’s first-ever “Air Dispensary” based in a helicopter…
Hyderabad: The Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) will be setting up bicycle stations at all metro…
To provide the state’s farmlands 12 hours uninterrupted power by tapping solar energy, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis laid the foundation stone for a pilot project at Ralegan-Siddhi, the famed model village created by social crusader Anna Hazare, under the state government’s ‘Mukhyamantri Agricultural Solar Feeder Scheme’.