But not good for Delhi -NCR regions.
Indian railway has informed the National Green Tribunal that it will not be possible to provide ‘Roll-On, Roll-Off’ (RO-RO) services with the existing infrastructure and it is not feasible in Delhi as almost the entire rail network in the region is electrified.
“The ro-ro (roll-on roll-off) service by Konkan Railway started 13 years ago is a unique service that has enabled transport of loaded trucks directly by railway wagons. “The ro-ro service has reduced expenditure on diesel, wear and tear of tyre and maintenance of trucks for operators, and has also ensured on-time and intact delivery,” adding that in 13 years since its inception, there has not been a single case of accident.
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Hopefully rest of the Karnataka soon will have the facility. Bangalore has become the first city in India to have free wifi spots.
Pix: A construction worker surfing on his mobile at Ramanagaram railway station, 50kms from Bangalore city. The town is famous for its contribution for the bollywood movie Sholay, which shot entirely in Ramanagaram.
#1 Tapti river in Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh
#2 Narmada overflows Maheshwar, in Madhya Pradesh state, India.
Parvathy Baul with eminent sculptor KS Radhakrishnan is in Delhi recently for a performance in CR Park in New Delhi.
Parvathy Baul is a singer, painter and storyteller from West Bengal. After receiving her initial music and dance training during her childhood, she studied visual arts at the Kala Bhavan at Shantiniketan, the university founded by Rabindranath Tagore. http://parvathybaul.srijan.asia/
Girls playing on the streets at the Bangladeshi colony in Seemapuri, Delhi Uttar Pradesh border, This is from my three year Workshop on documentary photography as part of WPPH workshop series In Asia which held in 2001-2003
Shot in 1995 at Yadagiriguda temple premises, a beggar whose shadow bears an amazing resemblance to Gandhi’s silhouette. from the series ‘SHORTENING SHADOW OF A SAINT-01’
B&W 40 X 26 inches PHOTOGRAPHIC PIGMENT PRINT ON IMPORTED Canvas 1/6
and editions on Paper. Black & White film scanned and printed in 2010 for the curated show titled ” Who has seen Gandhi ?” in Bangalore
a project on ‘Women in Religious Places ‘ will be on the walls of Art Konsult as part of the MATI’s (management of ART Treasures of India) event at Art Konsult on 14th September 2013 at the gallery in Lado Sarai, New Delhi, India. Curated by JohnyML
Normal life been hit badly as the prices in India are all time high, fuel prices are keep increasing. The price of onion, a common ingredient in many dishes. The wholesale price has rising every month, although retail prices have more than doubled in every markets (Rs 60-80/- per kg )