% of the area is covered by the forests which are a mixture of herbs, sherbs and scurbs. In the hilly area of Satpura and Vindhyachal, there are trees of teak, saal, bamboo and saj. In the plains, there are mahuwa, mangoes, khairi, achar (Indian pickle), karonda, harr and baheda. Teak forests are very dense and found all over the district. Dry wood from the forests is used in many domestic purposes and used for building construction and furniture making. In the district
, deer, foxes, nilgai and panther. Minerals In the district, soap stone, dolomite, fireclay, and limestone are found. Apart from this, building construction stone is also found near the village Gontitoriya. Fireclay is found mainly in Kanharpani, Bachai, Heengpani and Hiranpur hills. From various hilly areas there are murram, crushed stones, and from rivers, sand which is used for construction purposes. Cement is manufactured from limestone, and cement pipes are prepared from cement. In the village Chichali, utensils are prepared from a metal called "peetal", a combination of copper and zinc. Chichali is very famous for these items. Industry Being an agricultural land, large industries are rare in the area. Also most of the industrial institutions are agricultural-oriented. Industries include agricultural equipment, iron items, and Tendukheda and Dangidhana are well known for these industries. Gur sugar from sugarcane: In many places, gur has been prepared from sugarcane all over the district. Kareli is very famous for Gur Mandi. In Narsinghpur and Gadarwara there are sugar mills. Beedi industry: This work is mainly done in Narsinghpur, Gadarwara, Gotegaon. Daal Mills: Tuwar (arhar) pulses are prepared mainly at Narsinghpur and Gadarwara. Oil Mills: There are many oilmills in the district where soya bean, groundnut and tilli oil are extracted. Other industries include cement pipes, paper mills, plastic and rubber, leather goods, earthen utensils and pots. Poultry farms, goat farming, and fish farming. Gotitoriya is now producing coal. This open cast mine is owned by BLA industries. Demographics As of the 2001 India census, Historically, Ahir laid the foundation of Ahir Batak town which was later called Ahrora and Ahirwada in Jhansi district in AD 108. Rudramurti Ahir became the chief of the Army and later on, the king. Madhuriputa, Ishwarsen and Shivdatta were well-known kings from the lineage. As Jhansi was known for a long time as Ahirwada (land of Ahir's). Bundelkhand anciently known as Chedi Kingdom. The region is now divided between the states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, with the larger portion lying in the latter. The major towns are Jhansi, Datia, Tikamgarh, Lalitpur (Lalitpur, India), Sagar (Sagar, Madhya Pradesh), Damoh, Orai, Panna (Panna, India), Hamirpur (Hamirpur, Uttar Pradesh), Mahoba, Banda (Banda, India), Narsinghpur, Khajuraho and Chhatarpur. However, the cities of Gwalior, Jabalpur and even Bhopal are under close cultural influence of Bundelkhand, especially linguistically.
set up a construction company and came to Abdul Aziz ibn Saud's (Saud of Saudi Arabia) attention through construction projects, later being awarded contracts for major renovations at Mecca, where he made his initial fortune from exclusive rights to all mosque and other religious building construction not only in Saudi Arabia, but as far as Ibn Saud's (Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia) influence reached. Until his death, Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden had exclusive control over restorations
. The refurbishing was planned in such a way as not to disturb “the original aura and grandeur of the monastery”. The Royal Government of Bhutan supervised the work and provided the necessary technical and architectural support, including raw materials. This building construction lasted for eight years and all efforts were made to preserve the old structures, carvings, and paintings to the extent possible, while 104 new pillars were intricately crafted by the local artisans. This task was also supported by the fourth King of Bhutan with technical support and guidance. The monastery was painted with durable special mineral paints, locally called the ''dotshoen.'' The monastery occupies a prime space in the Phobjika valley, and as built now it is a large complex consisting of the central Gonpa, surrounded by monks' living quarters, meditation halls and a guest house. It also houses a school. Brown, p. 152 The monastery complex has five temples that surround the main central tower. The main hall in the monastery called the ''tshokhang'' has been built in Tibetan architectural style (Tibetan architecture). The hall is built with eight very large wooden pillars, which are stated to be the largest in Bhutan. Wood work, both inside and outside of the old structure, which had deteriorated have been replaced. Similarly, some of the paintings and frescoes inside the monastery have also been redone. The monastery is now maintained by 100 odd lay monks (locally known as the ''gomchen''). Brown, p. 153 The monks are also assisted by Buddhist devotees whose families reside in the village near the Gonpa. The restoration work has been done by craftsmen supported by ''gomchens'', who are lay monks (not necessarily celibate). These monks supported themselves and offered their services free. The carpenters carved Category:Populated places in Bhutan Category:Buddhist monasteries in Bhutan Category:Nyingma monasteries and temples
many other parts of China, there is a large amount of apartment building construction. If you can tell the value of the city by the value of the apartments, then an average apartment in Zichuan (a district of Zibo) is about 1,000 RMB per square metre, whereas in Qingdao (Shandong's main seaport city) is about 6,000 RMB per square metre, and in Zhangdian it's between 2,000 to 3,000 per square metre, thus showing that it is beginning to feel the pressure of inflation.
projects were foreign-invested, with a total investment of US$4.73 billion. Qinhuangdao Export Processing Zone is the first export processing zone in Hebei Province. It has passed joint appraisal held by Customs General Administration People's Republic of China, State Development Planning Commission and other six departments in 2003. Industries encouraged in the zone include electronics assembly and manufacturing, building construction materials, computer software, trading and distribution. ref
to the city; at its end came the subsequent oil boom years bringing a huge influx of immigrants into the city. The war-damaged facilities, still under repair, could not cope with the pace of the rural-urban exodus into the city. Slums consequently began to emerge from the hasty haphazard building construction to accommodate the huge influx. The Onitsha Brewery (Intafact Beverages Limited) started production in August 2012. In January it was announced that upgrades to the value of $110 million
Robin last Toner This caused widespread opposition citywide leading to the "skyscraper revolt" similar to the "freeway revolt (Freeway revolts)" in the city years earlier. The skyscraper revolt led to the city imposing extremely strict, European-style height restrictions on building construction city-wide. Due to these height restrictions, lack of buildable lots, and changes in the local real estate market, new development in the area has shifted
and the individuals themselves. Developments thumbnail 250px left Building construction is a common sight in the Emirate of Fujairah. (File:Hamad bin Abdullah street, Fujairah, U.A.E..jpg) The ruler is planning to make changes that will affect Fujairah. Among tourism projects in the pipeline is an $817m resort, Al Fujairah Paradise, near Dibba Al-Fujairah, on the northern Omani border, next to Le Meridien Al Aqah Beach Resort. There will be around 1,000 five-star villas as well as hotels, and it is expected that all the construction work will be finished within two years. The Sheikh is trying to improve opportunities for the local workforce, by trying to entice businesses to locate in Fujairah and diverting Federal funds to local companies in the form of development projects. WikiPedia:Fujairah Commons:Category:Fujairah es:Fujairah
region, indicating a residential growth in these areas. Culture North Nicosia is home to cultural diversity. Students from different backgrounds in the universities celebrate their national festivals with activities, at which their national dances
, bus station, first Montenergin hospital building, construction of new main road at the entrance to the town, the largest fine arts university complex in the region etc. During the past period, Cetinje became first Montenegrin city which is covered by the free wi-fi signal. In effort to stimulate business, city government promoted their package "InveCT" ''('''Inve'''st in '''C'''e'''t'''inje)''. As the city government says, during the first year of 'InveCT' campaign (2013