Singapore Tourism Board organizations travel trade roadshows in 5 cities as outreach – Today’s Traveler

Singapore Tourism Board organises travel trade roadshows in 5 cities as part of “Deepening Connections, Achieving Together!” trade outreach. Singapore Tourism Board – Travel Trade Roadshow As international tourism picks up momentum, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) recently hosted a Deepening Connections, Achieving Together! multi-city travel trade roadshow series in India with the largest ever … Read more

8 stunning medieval cities to discover in India – Today’s Traveler

Are there really medieval cities to discover in India? Yes, cities rich in their medieval history flourish side by side with their newer avtaar and are waiting to be discovered. No doubt these medieval cities can never cease to amaze and delight. Medieval cities – Lothal and Dholavera, Gujarat The Middle Ages, sometimes known as … Read more

Chandigarh’s climate architectural vocabulary | Cities News,The Indian Express

Written by AR. Vijay Kumar On one hand, Chandigarh’s planning and layout engage with important tenets of climate responsiveness, on the other, Chandigarh owes its climate responsiveness also to its architectural character and individual building treatment. At the city level, Le Corbusier and his team worked on urban morphology parameters, such as urban envelope, corridor … Read more

FIFA picks 2026 World Cup cities, predicts US ‘No 1 sport’ | Football News

NEW YORK: The 16 cities of the first World Cup spread across three nations were revealed, and FIFA President Gianni Infantino made a bold statement summing up the goal of the 2026 tournament, to be played largely in the United States. By 2026, soccer — or futbol — will be the No. 1 sport in … Read more

Delhi’s driest summer | Cities News,The Indian Express

Saroj, who has been living in Okhla’s Sanjay Colony for 34 years, arrives at the end of her street a little before 3 pm on Friday. She gestures to a man who has parked his bike close to a row of water cans at the corner. “The tanker will come, move the bike,” she shouts. … Read more

Protests erupt in several cities against remarks on Prophet by ex-BJP spokespersons

Protests erupted in several parts of the country on Friday against the derogatory remarks by former BJP spokespersons on Prophet Mohammad and the Muslim community. Demonstrations were held in Delhi, Srinagar, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, among others. This comes amid the chorus of criticism from the Islamic world even as the ruling BJP suspended … Read more

Urban agriculture can help make cities sustainable and liveable

A premature and punishing summer makes life miserable for many across India, especially in the cities. The soaring temperatures adversely affect health, cause a dip in agricultural production, and also dry up rivers. Indeed, the repercussions of climate change are being felt more strongly than ever, especially in climate-vulnerable zones. Cities in India are also … Read more

Eat. Pray. Study. Repeat. | Cities News,The Indian Express

For as long as she can remember, Puja Sharma has had a “craze” for a government job. And a spot in the Railways is her “ekdum dream job (just my dream job)”. A year ago, that “craze” is what brought her to Patna from her hometown Jamshedpur, where her father works as a carpenter. “The … Read more

Russia hits Ukrainian cities, pours more troops into war

Russia was continuing to mount offensives at various locations in the east as its forces probe for weak points in the Ukrainian lines KYIV: Russia hurled its military might against Ukrainian cities and towns and poured more troops into the war, seeking to slice the country in two in a potentially pivotal battle for control … Read more