Dehradun’s Canal System – A lost Heritage

Dehradun’s Canal System – A lost Heritage

By Anjali Agrahari When it says that everything has both positive and negative aspects, the domination of British rule over north India has given Dehra a gift of value and innovation. Dehradun a city of rich water resources, Britisher significantly looked at it and realized that it is something worthy. Yes! the great network of ..

Dying and Drying Lake of Nainital | A Case Study

Dying and Drying Lake of Nainital | A Case Study

By Nitin Chandola Naini Lake has been witnessing the effect of global warming from past ten years in the 21st century. A drastic commutation of tourist in Nainital region has led the lake to a state of misery. The fall in water level of the lake to 4 meters in Mallital become the matter of ..

An Unstable Journey Of The Uttarakhand Government

An Unstable Journey Of The Uttarakhand Government

It wouldn’t be not wise to pronounce the term political instability synonymous with our state, Uttarakhand. It all began on the eve of inception of Uttarakhand on November 9 2000. Ever since has the structure of Uttarakhand government been engineered by the leaders dissenting from  BJP and Congress, respectively. The political game began when B. S. ..

THE FALLEN PILLARS -ISSUE  STORY

THE FALLEN PILLARS -ISSUE STORY

Well!! The sanctified version of flora and fauna in Doon is too awful for words. Since the pre independence era, this city is famous for its climate. Uttarakhand formation diverted the focus from its famous natural habitat, to its urban development. Litchis, Buransh, Pines, Gulmohar and Eucalyptus were the most common trees found in Doon. ..