Architexturez wrote:

ref: http://mail.architexturez.net/+/In-Enaction/archive/msg03255.shtml



reading through, and ROTFL over several passages (viz: "Organisations
such as the Confederation of Indian Industry have been ...


| here, another Architecture Specialist Journo! See if anyone can
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With the capital gearing up for the 2010 commonwealth games, there are
now plans to construct a tunnel road linking NH 24 and Nehru stadium,
which conservationist say would damage Humayun's Tomb.

There are nine other monuments also listed as world heritage site that
come in the route. In fact, UNESCO has officially warned that
constructing the tunnel could mean that Humayun's tomb is delisted from
the site list.
....
The Red Fort may have been declared a world heritage site but that
hasn't changed the government's approach towards our monuments.

UNESCO's warning that it could withdraw the status conferred on
Humayun's tomb in 1993 if the tunnel is made hasn't made any difference
either. The ASI's withdrawal of the no-objection certificate for the
project seems to have strengthened the government's resolve.

cont'd....
http://www.ndtv.com/convergence/ndtv/story.aspx?id=NEWEN20070018604&ch=7/12/2007%2010:33:00%20AM