According to the ASI officials, they have already issued notices to 20 families and 24 shop owners requesting them to relocate from the buffer zone.
The singer and composer formed a troupe 'Kuttees Orchestra' and toured the major cities across India and even enthralled those living in Gulf countries.
It appears as if the authorities have decided to remain mute spectators when various business establishments are encroaching upon public lands.
They had captured their time at the river with their mobile phones. In a video posted by one of them on his social media account, the three others can be seen diving into the river and enjoying.
The Survey of India intends to purchase professional survey-grade UAVs, drones that will help to provide an integrated property validation solution for rural India.
Princess Beatrice and her millionaire property developer husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi welcomed their first child at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London on Saturday, Sept 18.
TPCC chief A Revanth Reddy challenged KT Rama Rao, Konda Vishveshwar to take a drug test and alleged that TRS failed to implement many schemes.
“From the vendor’s side, the project is on track and the date of completion is estimated to be March 2022. It took us a year and a half to get permission for the drone,” said an official.
Gopalakannan said he initially was sceptical if the crop would survive the harsh climatic condition of the district.
Nizamabad MP Dharmapuri Arvind on Tuesday said that the saffron party will send a clear message to the people on its stand on the pink party.
Arvind explained that the decision was taken in view of reduced demand, since Kerala and Tamil Nadu have now increased production locally.
With this, the number of arrests in connection with the incident has increased to a dozen including six employees of Inland Water Transport Department.
Jorhat SP Ankur Jain said that three people working in the private boat were picked up for questioning, while several officials were summoned for recording their statements.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on human life, livelihoods, economies and communities around the world, he said.
CM Himanta Biswa Sarma made the announcement while visiting Neamatighat in Jorhat where a collision between two ferries or mechanised boats on Wednesday had left a 28-year-old woman dead.