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Researchers and workers with their cycles at the excavation site of Muziris project

‘Green Archaeology’ Gets The Thumbs Up in India

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February 3, 2015 • Gallery, India

A pioneering project in Kerala aims to make excavation sites into eco-friendly heritage zones by supplying cycles to researchers, residents and tourists. The coastal state of Kerala has launched a new initiative that will limit motor vehicles in archaeological sites, promote by the use of cycles and create alternate living practices. ‘Green Archaeology’, as the… Read More ›

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Singapore: Orchard Street pedestrian night turns enjoyable

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http://www.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/more-singapore-stories/story/orchard-roads-pedestrian-night-turns-out-be-enjoyable-sq It was “Pedestrian Night” at Orchard Road, but with activities and events in full swing, some visitors found it a tight squeeze. Amongst the crowd was Ms Lim Cze Yie, with her three young daughters aged two to eight. “It’s a bit too crowded,” said the 39-year-old homemaker, who was squeezed into a corner… Read More ›

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