Butterfly dome in Noida’s oldest park set for a revamp

  • | Thursday | 16th November, 2023

NOIDA: The Noida Authority has decided to redesign the butterfly dome in Sector 62 D Park, the citys largest and oldest park. The redesigning will be done after seeking advice from entomologists. Additionally, the chambers located in the park will be developed into an exhibition hall. Instructions have been given to reactivate the water fountain in the park, considering a maintenance-free design, and to select an agency for boating in the water body situated within the park, along with releasing big and attractive fish into the water body.Moreover, instructions have been given to install equipment for promoting callisthenics in the open gym located in the park, renovate the parks main gate, and construct a selfie point within the premises.The D Park, built over a decade ago for Rs 7.5 crore, is spread over 18 acres. The butterfly dome, created in 2013 to function as a butterfly conservatory, has suffered from a lack of proper maintenance. A resident of the sector, PR Chandna, who has been pursuing the matter with the Noida Authority for the past 6-7 years, expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of concrete conservation plans. The Japanese-style butterfly dome was installed with the intent to conserve different varieties of butterflies, but so far it has not succeeded in its purpose. The dome made of iron has badly corroded, and the entire structure is in pitiable condition, he added. Recently, CEO Lokesh M, accompanied by senior horticulture department officials, inspected the park and found that the maintenance work had gone for a toss with broken footpath tiles and overgrown grass and trees. Consequently, he issued directives to revamp the park, instructing that the salaries of the concerned staff and officials be withheld until the conditions were rectified. Officials said a consultant company of the Noida Authority has already presented plans for the parks redevelopment. Besides, the horticulture department has been tasked with installing an aeration system in the water body of the Sector-54 wetland and ensuring a high level of tree plantation around the area. We also published the following articles recentlyPark Shin-hye reflects on reuniting with Park Hyung-sik 10 years after The HeirsSouth Korean actress Park Shin-hye appeared on the show "How Is Your Night?" and talked about her upcoming romantic comedy drama, "Doctor Slump." She expressed her excitement about reuniting with her co-star from "The Heirs," Park Hyung-sik. Park Shin-hye revealed that she is currently filming for the drama and shared some insights into the plot, which revolves around overcoming a slump and finding happiness. Fans are eagerly awaiting the release of "Doctor Slump" and are excited about the reunion of these talented actors. The drama is expected to provide entertainment and valuable life lessons.HC relief for residents over heritage park occupationThe Delhi High Court has overturned demolition notices issued by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to residents of Mehrauli Archaeological Park. The court ruled that the DDA had failed to provide prior notification to the affected residents and should give them a fair opportunity to present their case. The DDA argued that the demolition was necessary for conservation efforts, but the court emphasized the importance of following statutory procedures and ensuring procedural fairness. The petitioners had argued that the demolition order targeted unauthorized occupations in the wrong area.Ailing lioness dies at Safari Park in EtawahLioness Jennifer, who had previously fallen ill during the COVID-19 pandemic but was treated by veterinarians, has sadly passed away at the Safari Park in Etawah. The eleven-year-old lioness suffered a heart attack and died suddenly. Jennifer had given birth to two cubs in the past and had been experiencing health complications. The exact cause of her death is currently being investigated. This is another loss for the Etawah safari, which has already seen the deaths of several lion cubs, a lioness, and other animals in quick succession.

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