Mallika Sarabhai, an Indian classical dancer, has organized a festival to pay tribute to river residents forced to leave their homes for the sake of development in Ahmedabad, in the western state of Gujarat.
The parliamentary elections in Bangalore show the gap between candidates’ actual expenses and spending statements. For example, one way around the campaign limit is to spend money before filing nomination papers.
The official, a district Communist Party secretary in the Henan Province city of Xinyang, has been criticized nationally after praising demolition crews carrying out one of the most controversial policies in China.
The Colorado State Claims Board will recommend that the legislature award more than $1 million to five additional victims of the Lower North Fork fire, bringing the total for 26 victims to about $12.5 million.
Three Front Range municipalities that for the past six years have pumped $6.7 million into the yet-to-be constructed Jefferson Parkway recently made it clear they want to see their money back — eventually.
Gov. John Hickenlooper sold voters in 2012 a plan he said would modernize and streamline hiring and management of state workers. But 16 months later, additional at-will workers hired and moved under the constitutional change and other state provisions are costing taxpayers millions of dollars, a Denver Post analysis of state employment databases found.
Denver is one of the few metro areas in the country that added construction jobs last year, thanks in part to the redo of Denver Union Station and the 122-mile FasTracks mass-transit project, transportation and construction officials said Tuesday.