Monday, January 2, 2012

From Pankaj Sharma:

It is a common adage that “Cleanliness is next to Godliness” but I think this statement does not apply to Kanpur. The people have sacrificed their lives in living this dirt and trash. Wherever you go you will find a heap of garbage lying aside the road. Is this true picture of Kanpur? Govt doesn’t pay heed to any of these things. Due to monsoon showers things have got worse. The Times of India clearly quoted

“With the beginning of monsoon season there is a rise in water-borne diseases. Who should be blamed for stagnating water on roads, stinking heaps of garbage following the accumulation of drain water and choked streets turning breeding ground for mosquitoes.”

The negligence on part of KNN authorities has affected lives of common man badly. How a person can live in such an unhygienic conditions? Don’t we know unhygienic condition can cause many diseases like malaria, Lyme disease etc?
According to Reuter News Agency, Kanpur is considered as major centre for leather products and textiles. The city has a booming steel, chemicals, two-wheelers, engineering, and fertilizer industries. There are numerous small- and medium-scale enterprises in the city.
From Navin:

One look at Kanpur and it reminds you of those narrow streets pan stained streets buzzling with activity, and congested as ever, the tinkle of cycle rickshaw bells. Popularly known as `Kanhpur' and spelt as Cawnpore during the British regime, the city is associated with the Indian Mutiny. Kanpur is also home to a number of stalwarts like Shyamlal Gupta `Parshad', composer of the famous patriotic ditty `Vijayee Vishwa Tiranga Pyara' and Balkrishna Sharma 
From Ashley 


“With the beginning of monsoon season there is a rise in water-borne diseases. Who should be blamed for stagnating water on roads, stinking heaps of garbage following the accumulation of drain water and choked streets turning breeding ground for mosquitoes.”

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Thanks to Mr. Pankaj

It is a common adage that “Cleanliness is next to Godliness” but I think this statement does not apply to Kanpur. The people have sacrificed their lives in living this dirt and trash. Wherever you go you will find a heap of garbage lying aside the road. Is this true picture of Kanpur? Govt doesn’t pay heed to any of these things. Due to monsoon showers things have got worse. The Times of India clearly quoted

“With the beginning of monsoon season there is a rise in water-borne diseases. Who should be blamed for stagnating water on roads, stinking heaps of garbage following the accumulation of drain water and choked streets turning breeding ground for mosquitoes.”

The negligence on part of KNN authorities has affected lives of common man badly. How a person can live in such an unhygienic conditions? Don’t we know unhygienic condition can cause many diseases like malaria, Lyme disease etc?
According to Reuter News Agency, Kanpur is considered as major centre for leather products and textiles. The city has a booming steel, chemicals, two-wheelers, engineering, and fertilizer industries. There are numerous small- and medium-scale enterprises in the city.
industries in kanpur

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Welcome to the Kanpur Blog!

The blog has a local interactive map of the region. The search engine is specific to the state. Google news feed related to Kanpur has been provided for current information. Youtube content of interest to the city and region is provided at the bottom. Premium Youtube content related to India will be provided on the larger screen.

In short, this blog will provide you with a local interactive experience for this city. Bookmark this page to view constantly updated interactive content!

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