Sources are indicating that the new law will be modeled on the lines of the MCOCA, which is a strict law.
Posted Tuesday , May 29, 2007 at 23:45 : (sudip ojha)
i don't think government is serious about TAJ,but we can't blame for it to our goverment ,TAJ is for every one,who love it,so forget it,whether goverment is serious or not.the question is what we could do for TAJ ,to count in seven wonders,in next centurary.
Posted Tuesday , May 29, 2007 at 21:27 : (Mangesh Kherdekar)
Only 0.7% votes for The Taj is no seriousness. Instead India should have garnered votes exactly like its India Shining campaign. That would boost tourism tremendously.
Posted Tuesday , May 29, 2007 at 20:43 : (Athar Husain)
Authenticity of the forum to decide the seven wonders is doubtful,so why get into it.
Posted Tuesday , May 29, 2007 at 20:34 : (Harish)
I do not think indians are really serious about Taj. They are all busy making money & they do not have time to worry about culture, environment & society of india
Posted Tuesday , May 29, 2007 at 20:28 : (Aditi Narayanan)
when compared to the other wonders,Taj Mahal has received very less votes and hence I think India is not taking it Seriously