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Confusion prevails in Gogunda over Xmas celebration

Udaipur : Christmas celebrations in a missionary school created misunderstandings and confusion among the residents who mistook the gathering to be a function of religion conversion. The matter was informed to the police who interrogated some persons and later let them go. The incident took place at St Pauls school …

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World’s first Children’s temple to come up soon in Banswara

Udaipur : In a bid to combat malnutrition and spread awareness on child rights, a Children’s Temple would soon be built in tribal dominant Ghatol block of Banswara district. The Bhil community has announced to provide free land for the temple and funds would be raised by means of donation. The …

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Being Safe Workshop held at Zinc Smelter Debari

Hindustan Zinc conducted its 18thsafety interactive workshop – Being Safe at Zinc Smelter Debari Hindustan Zinc conducted Being Safe workshop on 20th December 2017 at Zinc Smelter Debari to promote safety awareness amongst the employees. The workshop was attended by over 200 contract and regular employees of Hindustan Zinc. The workshop …

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SEA View v/s SEE View

Who does not want to have a bungalow or flat facing sea.  Globally, everyone wants to stay in room in a hotel that is facing sea-view. The mesmerising nature has its own depth like ocean which cannot be measured. But not many know that the coastal environment causes severe damage …

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CBFC seeks Mewar Royals assistance to certify ‘Padmavati’

Udaipur : The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has invited M.K. Vishvaraj Singh of Udaipur- Mewar (son of Mahendra Singh Mewar) to be a part of the proposed committee to assist it in the process of certifying the film ‘Padmavati’. However, before accepting the invite, the member of the royal household …

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Two kids drown in cesspit

Udaipur : Two kids who had been missing for two days were found dead inside a cesspit (haudi) few meters away from their homes in Sajjannagar under Ambamata police station area of the city on Saturday. Pravin (3) and Vikram (5) both from Gameti families were last seen playing in front of …

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Shambu sent to judicial custody

Udaipur : A Rajsamand court ordered judicial custody to Shambulal Raigar, the man who had killed brutally, Afrazul a labourer from West Bengal on 6 december. Shambu was arrested on 7 and had been in police remand since. On Friday, the accused was produced before the court. Shambu’s lawyer Sameer …

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A Marvel in Hot-dip Galvanization

Bergen County Bridge- Fairlawn/Patterson, NJ, 2009  Breaking through a lush grove of trees to connect the cities of Fairlawn and Patterson, New Jersey, the Bergen County bridge is one of several in the state to utilize hot-dip galvanized steel for corrosion protection.  A natural surface appearance was desired by both communities to help …

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Galvanised Steel for Kedarnath Pilgrimage Temple Bridge

Who can forget the year 2013 when humanity saw one of the worst natural disasters in the history of India. Due to cloudbursts in the state of Uttarakhand, the flash floods in river Ganga and landslides washed away thousands of lives.  The Kedarnath bridge at Sonprayag also washed out due …

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Hindu organizations observe Bandh in Bhinder over minor girl’s elopement

Udaipur : Situation remained tensed in Bhinder town of Vallabhnagar block of the district, on wednesday as several organizations took out a rally to mark their protest over an incident of a minor girl’s elopement with a boy from other community. Forces from eight police stations were deployed anticipating unrest in the area,however …

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Restoring the Statue of Liberty with ZINC

The Statue of Liberty is a sculpture on Liberty Island in New York City which symbolizes the United States of America to millions of people around the world. The 151 feet statue was a gift from France to the United States and was designed by French sculptor – Frédéric Auguste …

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Markets closed as residents protest outside Rajsamand collectorate

18 mins ago in UDAIPUR Leave a comment Udaipur : Tension gripped Rajsamand city on Tuesday as hundreds of residents, mostly women collected outside the collectorate and staged a severe protest. The locals were infuriated with the authorities for allegedly demolishing a structure where people had been worshipping a Hanuman idol …

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Zinc – The Powerhouse of Electricity Poles

When India is looking ahead providing electricity in every village and progressively moving towards Smart Cities Project, Digital India and Make in India, the very basis of infrastructure, the power transmission, needs to be protected for many years…. And that is where Zinc will again prove to be a future …

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If Eiffel Tower was Galvanized…

15 months rigorous job by 25 painters – 60,000 KGs of Paint – 1500 brushes – 5000 sanding disks – 1500 set of work clothes and USD 20 million each time – this is what it takes to keep the world’s most sought after Tower standing.  The Eiffel Tower is …

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BURJ KHALIFA stands tall with ZINC protection…

At an incredible 828 metres (2,716.5 feet) and more than 160 storeys, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest building.  Engineers, designers, architects and skilled workers from more than 100 countries were involved in the making of the building. The construction took 22 million man-hours, where more than 12,000 dedicated …

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The Galvanized Marvel – Bandra Worli Sea Link…

Bandra Worli Sea Link is the first and the longest sea link bridge in India. It is an 8-lane cable-stayed bridge, spanning about 5600 meters in length and towering to a height of 126 meters. Executed at a cost of Rs. 16.5 billion, the material used in the construction project had …

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Forever in Bloom – Lotus Temple in Delhi…

The Bahai or Lotus Temple in Delhi, completed in the year 1986, is a monumental structure shaped as the petals of the lotus flower. It was built by a renowned Canadian architect named Fariborz Sahba and took 10 years for planning the structure of the temple and implementing it.  The …

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Amusement Parks’ Crucial Need for Galvanization…

When riding in an amusement park, the first thing that comes to mind is THRILL and the second – SAFETY.  Steel begins to corrode when it is exposed to the atmosphere and amusement parks have both, humidity and salinity. Often the corrosion is blatantly visible and is an eyesore to …

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