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June 15th, 2011
Eco-park Thrown Open to Public

An eco-park, developed by Department of Environment and Remote Sensing (DERS) as a potential tourist attraction, was thrown open to visitors in Ganderbal district, an official spokesman said today. Spread over an area of over two acres of land at Kijipora near Kangan, 40 kms from here, on Srinagar-Leh National highway, the ‘Baba Nizam-ud-din’ park has a panoramic view for picnickers and visitors including the Amarnath pilgrims preferring Baltal route. Read More