World Heritage sites in Jaipur will now welcome tourists with brand new parks & chowpatis

The World Heritage Sites of Parkote & New Jaipur will get new development under the commission of Rajasthan Housing Board.

Two prominent areas in Jaipur are all set to undergo beautification and modification. Listed under the programme of World Heritage Site, Pink City's Parkote and New Jaipur will receive a litter of new parks and chowpatis, (food lanes) to boost tourist activity here. The new developments are falling under the authority of the Rajasthan Housing Board and are being prepared on the directives of the state government, read reports.

Jaipur to become a wonder of parks and chowpatis, soon

Jaipur has always been a hub of tourist activity owing to its magnificent palaces and a splendid share of monumental beauty. However, adding to that list, the city will develop new parks and chapatis to allure the tourist footfall with a contemporary charm, besides the glory of the past. The World Heritage Sites of Parkote and New Jaipur will now be developed under a new beautification module that will attract travellers from all around the globe.

In a recent inspection by the Housing Commissioner, several areas in Jaipur were examined for modification. These included the City Park at Mansarovar, where he instructed to keep the plants about 10-15 feet tall, Jaipur Chowpatty Mansarovar and Pratap Nagar, also fell under the scope of scrutiny, read reports.

Here the Housing Commissioner also directed to complete the construction work of Jaipur chowpatis and deploy food shops here, soon. While similar developments will spring up in Pratap Nagar as well, the Commissioner instructed concerned authorities to ramp up the speed of project completion here.

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Kanpur's shoe industry to get a boost; new training institute to help craftsmen hone their skills

The training institute will be housed in Kanpur-Unnao Leather Cluster(KLC) Development Company, near Jajmau.

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'Night Walkathon' to kickstart today in Indore!

If you don't want to miss an evening of celebrations, get yourself registered right away!

Under the leadership of the Indore Municipal Corporation, the long-awaited 'night walkathon' is all set to tour through the streets of the city on Saturday. As part of this, attendees in the procession will not only motivate the sanitation workers on night duty but also take a pledge to ensure cleanliness in the city. Amongst the prominent highlights of this event, the city folks are eagerly looking forward to Zumba Dance and the live band performance.

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