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ENVIS Newsletter: Special Issue on Puri

Volume I, January– March, 2008

Nestling on the eastern coast along the blue waters of the Bay of Bengal, the unique State of Orissa is known for its magnificent temples, sunny beaches, colourful wildlife, traditional tribal culture and a rich heritage.

 

 

ENVIS Newsletter: Special Issue on Port Blair

Volume IV, October– December, 2007

Port Blair is named after Lieutenant Archibald Blair of the British East India Company, who unsuccessfully attempted to establish a colony on the islands in 1789. Port Blair was re-established in 1858, as the site for a British penal colony. This was originally on Viper Island, named after Lieutenant Blair's vessel, The Viper.

 

 

ENVIS Newsletter: Special Issue on Kochi

Volume IV (1), January - March, 2015

Kochi is a city in the Indian state of Kerala in the district of Ernakulam. The city is one among the largest harbor cities in the country and is the main commercial and industrial city of Kerala state and the political and administrative history of Malabar Coast with an area of about 100 km2.