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'Handmade, Dil Se': Bluerickshaw broadcast show to bridge the gap between SMEs of India SMBs ...

Beijing News 27 May 2022
To empower local artisans and traditional Indian art, Akshay Wadhwa, Chief Executive Officer has broadcast a show on NewsWatch, video production and communications company to connect SMEs of India with SMBs of North America ... "In India, which has a rich cultural heritage, the arts ...
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Jharkhand chhau troupe at IPL closing ceremony

The Telegraph India 26 May 2022
“We will be leaving from Tatanagar Station (in Jamshedpur) on Tuesday late night for Ahmedabad,” said Prabhat Kumar Mahato, founder secretary of Natraj Kala Kendra at Choga in Seraikela-Kharsawan and member of Indian National Trust for Arts and Cultural Heritage.
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Hyderabad: Heritage building of Osmania Hospital to be restored

The Siasat Daily 24 May 2022
Prior to this, Owaisi drew the ire of activists when he said that he has no love for Osmania Hospital’s heritage building ... The announcement of demolition led to a public outcry, following which an expert team from the Indian National Trust for Art, Culture, and Heritage (INTACH) submitted a structural, stability and safety study of Osmania Hospital.
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Jama Masjid on road to revamp, work set to start

The Times of India 24 May 2022
New Delhi ... Officials said the actual restoration could start within a few months. Efforts are being made to take the aid of Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (Intach) for the project, they added. According to waqf board officials, Intach recently carried out a survey of the heritage structure and shared its interim report ... .
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At 200, queen of hills needs rejuventaion

The Times of India 17 May 2022
At present, Stonehouse serves as the government arts and science college ... Geetha Srinivasan, patron, Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (Intach), Nilgiris chapter, says, “The best tribute for Ooty town during the 200th year celebration would be preserving the environment of the hills.
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Building bridges: Mosque opens doors to one & all

The Times of India 15 May 2022
Hyderabad ... Apart from Muslims, the gathering included Hindus, Christians and even heritage experts from the city ... Heritage expert Anuradha Reddy, convenor of the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) said she always wanted to visit and understand more about the activities that take place inside a mosque ... Looking for Something? ... .
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SC approves demolition of 350-yr-old Dutch building

The Times of India 14 May 2022
"Not all ancient buildings have heritage value," said the Supreme Court on Monday and ... Meanwhile, Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) moved the Patna HC challenging the demolition and pleaded for preservation of the 'heritage' building.
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Puri Shree Jagannath temple project hits roadblock

The Telegraph India 14 May 2022
Amid the controversy surrounding the beautification work going on around the 12th century Puri Shree Jagannath temple under the Puri Shree Mandir Heritage Corridor project, the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) has urged Odisha chief minister Naveen ...
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Halt Jagannath temple project till disposal of case in HC: INTACH to Odisha CM

TeluguStop 14 May 2022
Bhubaneswar, May 14 . The Odisha chapter of the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) has written a letter to Chief Minist. Source.TeluguStop.com Read More. ....
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SC dismisses plea against demolition of Collectorate Building in Patna

The Siasat Daily 13 May 2022
The counsel appearing for the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage had earlier told the bench that the building has historical importance and was built by Dutch traders in the 18th century and that was for the use of storage of Opium and Saltpetre for commercial purposes.
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Amid row over Puri heritage corridor, reception centre to be moved out of prohibited zone

The Telegraph India 13 May 2022
Amid the row over the Puri Heritage Corridor Project, the Cultural Advisory ... Meanwhile, the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) urged Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik for temporary suspension of all activities in the excavated area of the heritage corridor.
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In pics: 107-year-old stn near Bengaluru gets a new look

The Times of India 11 May 2022
SWR’s Bengaluru team struck a deal with Indian National Trust for Art & Cultural Heritage (Intach) to restore four railway stations considered heritage structures ... Later, it was handed over it over to the railway authorities, who are expected to organise a formal unveiling of the heritage structure.
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107-year-old Doddajala railway station in B'luru restored

The Times of India 11 May 2022
The development is a win-win situation for both heritage aficionados, who had been clamouring for preservation of ... SWR’s Bengaluru team struck a deal with Indian National Trust for Art & Cultural Heritage (Intach) to restore four railway stations considered heritage structures.
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New look, former glory: 107-year-old Doddajala railway station restored

The Times of India 10 May 2022
... news reports pushing for restoration of heritage stations on the stretch, including Devanahalli and Avathihalli. SWR’s Bengaluru team struck a deal with Indian National Trust for Art & Cultural Heritage (Intach) to restore four railway stations considered heritage structures.

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