Snow Menace in Manali

Snow menace Most buildings in Manali do not comply with any type of construction regulations. Hence, during the winters — when it can snow as much as 3 feet over 12 hours – snow from rooftops is dumped straight onto

Snow Menace in Manali

Snow menace Most buildings in Manali do not comply with any type of construction regulations. Hence, during the winters — when it can snow as much as 3 feet over 12 hours – snow from rooftops is dumped straight onto

Evidence of poor waste management in Manali

Old Manali is the toast of the European and Israeli crowd trooping in for the summer. Many expats and rich Indians own business establishments among the depleting apple trees and the crowded bylanes of this once self-sustaining village. Today, Old

Evidence of poor waste management in Manali

Old Manali is the toast of the European and Israeli crowd trooping in for the summer. Many expats and rich Indians own business establishments among the depleting apple trees and the crowded bylanes of this once self-sustaining village. Today, Old

Saving the fragile ecology of Manali — Proposal submitted to Himachal Pradesh govt

On July 14, 2013, Hill Force conducted a powerpoint presentation at Hotel Kunzam in Manali. The presentation highlighted why it is necessary to start saving Manali’s ecology immediately. Present at the meeting were Shri Sudripto Roy, Chief Secretary, Govt of HP, Shri

Saving the fragile ecology of Manali — Proposal submitted to Himachal Pradesh govt

On July 14, 2013, Hill Force conducted a powerpoint presentation at Hotel Kunzam in Manali. The presentation highlighted why it is necessary to start saving Manali’s ecology immediately. Present at the meeting were Shri Sudripto Roy, Chief Secretary, Govt of HP, Shri

Once upon a time in Manali

Manali the tourist haven has changed. For the worse. Its hills are still green and its woods still lovely and deep. But the rot has set in and it is spreading, fast. Unplanned growth, inadequate disposal of waste and lack

Once upon a time in Manali

Manali the tourist haven has changed. For the worse. Its hills are still green and its woods still lovely and deep. But the rot has set in and it is spreading, fast. Unplanned growth, inadequate disposal of waste and lack