Dated: 29th March 2014 Priyanka Chopra gets poetic as Mary Kom shoot continues in Manali!
The shooting of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Priyanka Chopra venture, based on the life of Olympic medal winning boxer, Mary Kom, continues in the picturesque Manali town.
The venue is still the local house at the heritage Naggar area (famous for the Roerich Art Gallery, once the house of legendary actress Devika Rani). The scenes being canned show Priyanka practicing with a boxing kit and also indulging in her daily chores, and playing with two small (local) girls.
As per the local shooting coordinator, the shooting was supposed to be held at the first outdoor location on Thursday, in and around the historic Jagatsukh temple, but due to the inclement weather it had to be postponed. More
Dated: 25th Mar 2014 Nearby hills of Manali get snow TOI
The hills of picturesque tourist resort Manali on Monday saw moderate spells of snow, surprising people celebrating Holi.
A two week after Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif returned back to Mumbai from their shoot in Manali, tourists have thronged Van Vihar area of the town to have a glimpse of actor Aditya Pancholi's son Sooraj Pancholi and Sunil Shetty's daughter Athiya Shetty. . More
Dated: 28th Feb 2014 The Indian Cabinet on Friday approved the outlay plan for India’s National Mission for Sustaining the Himalayan Ecosystem (NMSHE) with a budget outlay of $100 million.
India on Friday signed off on a crucial measure towards securing the future of the world’s most famous mountain range, the Himalayas.
The project would be monitored under India’s National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC) which was launched in 2008.
India’s Himalaya project aims to develop “a sustainable national capacity to continuously assess the health status of the Himalayan Ecosystem”, said an official statement.
It would also enable New Delhi’s policy bodies in their policy-formulation and implementation for sustainable development in the fragile Himalayan Region.
Cataclysmic floods in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, surrounded by the Himalayas last year provoked a debate on India’s readiness to deal with ecological disasters.More
Dated: 24th Feb 2014There would be a great impact of general election of Lok sabha 2014 on the tourism sector
We expect that the impact of general election will afect the tourism sector located in himalayan range during peak season of summers, tourists like the govt employees would be buzy in the elction duties, the supporter of the parties participating in election would also not participate, the police, paramilitary and military personnels would not be allow to go on vacation because of the security reasons, as the troops would be deployed on the peak hours of election, as per the sources the booking for the april month is very less however the may& june bookings are fast and good