HindustanTimes Sun,21 Dec 2014


Petition the chief minister, save CP

Three years and after spending Rs. 671 crore, CP restoration is still incomplete and in shambles. Ahead of the CommonWealth Games, NDMC decided to restore the glory of Connaught Place. Not only have they not been able to complete the work but they have made CP a 'no entry zone'. Hindustan Times in partnership with have launched a signature campaign to force the government to restore the lost glory of CP. We request you to sign the petition here.

Foreign hand to make CP a better shopping destination

For the first time, residents of Delhi are getting a say in what they want from Connaught Place, one of the most popular destinations in the city. Hamari Jamatia reports.

Traders, NGO clean up stained pillars

The pillars of the pristine white facade of Connaught Place that have lost their sheen to visitors who treat the shopping arcade like a giant spittoon are finally being getting back their glory. Hamari Jamatia reports.

Onus to keep CP clean also lies on the people: Dikshit

It isn’t just the civic agencies that need to pull up their socks to revamp and maintain Connaught Place (CP). Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit said the onus of maintaining the beauty of this iconic market also lies on the people of the city.

Restoration goes round in CP’s circles

Spelling disappointment for traders and shoppers, the restoration work in Connaught Place (CP) is set to miss yet another deadline — that of December 31. The New Year’s eve is expected to be a damp squib, especially for the traders of the area. Neelam Pandey reports.

Subways in CP far from complete

Meant to provide convenience to pedestrians, subways in Connaught Place are proving to be a nightmare, with work on eight subways in the outer circle moving at snail’s pace. Neelam Pandey reports.

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