RINL-VSP celebrated the International Day of Forests at Arogyavanam by Agro Forestry Department of RINL To mark the occasion, Sri K ......
Since June 2018 Vizagites came to know through the newspapers that a Rs. 100 crore project was being considered on the beach road near the Kursura submarine. The proponents of the project were said to be VMRDA, GVMC, Tourism and the Navy. While the first three were putting in funds, the Navy was contributing a Sea Harrier aircraft.
The components of the project were envisaged as a naval museum comprising the existing Kursura submarine, TU 142 aircraft museum and the Victory at Sea memorial plus an added decommissioned Sea Harrier aircraft an underground tunnel of 900 meters and an underground car park for more that a 1,000 cars and 1,000 bikes. Please note that the tunnel component had now been dropped by VMRDA.
This project is highly controversial for several reasons, with the public and the administration taking opposing views on the need to thrust this project into an already crowded beach road.
To get an understanding of your views we are conducting a quick survey. We request you to take a few moments to fill the questionnaire and also share it with your friends.
(Survey conducted on behalf of Mr. Sohan Hatangadi)
Monday, March 11, 2019 to Wednesday, May 1, 2019:
ScienceUtsavs STEM Summer Camp 2019 - ScienceUtsav offers separate modules for kids (going to grade 1st to 3rd), Juniors (going to grade 4th and 5th) and seniors (going to grade 6th to 8th). These camps include various multi-modules and experimental programs to keep the participants excited and encourage them to learn explore new things. The workshop will be held at Book magic library, 1st floor, Opp Bharat petroleum, Lawson bay colony, Visakhapatnam from 09:00 AM onwards.
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