Heritage High

The INTACH Filmit Film Festival 2019-20 was organised by INTACH’S (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) Heritage Education and Communication Service.

Government policies have become an assault on Delhi’s architectural heritage

Our society has an ambivalent attitude towards the protection of architectural heritage


Steeped in History

What began as an architectural tour of India’s ancient stepwells became an obsession for Chicago-based journalist Victoria Lautman, who is now documenting their decaying state.

90% of 150 less-known monuments encroached upon

Majority of these buildings are in a bad shape.

Museum trust dissolved, civic body gets more say in Bhau Daji Lad affairs

The move breaks a 12-year-old resolution by the three to form a trust for efficient management of the museum.

‘Want to make museum a learning centre for city’

Mehta also asserts the need for a cultural policy and for creating more space for creative industries.


Frequent warnings about dangers of construction

The report, prepared in 2009, is learnt to have been focused on the state’s ability to cope with natural disasters, especially with fire and floods.

School and college notes

Around 130 students participated from different schools.

Councillor seeks quick action as walls of Nazarbaug Palace reduced to rubble

The HC will hear the PIL for Nazarbaug filed by Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage on Tuesday.

Gaekwads defy HC stay on Nazarbaug demolition

Officials from the Town Development Department of the VMC said they had “pasted” the court notice on the walls.