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  • Tunnel Cave-in in Jammu and Kashmir

    The Jammu Srinagar highway is the lifeline of the Kashmir Valley, as this is the only road connecting Kashmir Valley to the rest of India. Hence, it is important to expand the road to meet the growing demands of the highway. Currently, the road is 2-lane, which is going to be expanded to a 4-lane […]

  • Cyclists Number Growing in the Country after Pandemic

    The latest research has shown that West Bengal holds the highest percentage of households having a bicycle among all Indian states and Union Territories. 78.9% of households in the state have a bicycle. With the abundant availability of local transports, like e-rickshaws, good network of local trains, trams, and electric buses, West Bengal is showing […]

  • Full Crowd at IPL Playoffs

    After the Covid-19 pandemic, a lot has changed regarding the interaction between people and the allowance of crowds. After initial lockdown days, as the world reopened after the pandemic, the games, like cricket, football, rugby and even Olympics were held remotely without any spectators. However, as the pandemic subsided, bit by bit, the crowds were […]

  • Sikkim Transport Connectivity

    Sikkim, the least populous state in India, is strategically one of the most important. Sikkim is tucked away in the high hills of the Himalayas, and is connected to the rest of India through only one major road. Sikkim borders 3 countries, China, Nepal and Bhutan, and parts of it are disputed with China. With […]

  • A Neighbour Less Talked About – Myanmar

    India’s neighbours are often in the talks, be it for good reasons or bad. Bangladesh and Bhutan are usually talked about for mostly good reasons, while Pakistan and China are talked about for mostly bad reasons. Nepal and Sri Lanka are talked about on how India helps its neighbours to grow. But there is a […]

  • Summer Retreat Hill Stations in India

    Hill stations have been popular in India since ancient times due to the presence of shrines and religious places, as well as for scenic beauty. During British rule, some of the hill stations near important cities in India got a new lease of life. The British could not tolerate the heat in India during the […]


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