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http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/economy/article2107192.ece

15 June 2011

Srinagar:
An eco-park, developed by Department of Environment and Remote Sensing as a potential tourist attraction, was thrown open to visitors in Ganderbal district, an official spokesman said on Wednesday.

Spread over an area of over two acres at Kijipora near Kangan, 40 km from here, on the 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, the spokesman said.

The park was dedicated to the public by Forest Minister, Mr Mian Altaf Ahmad. The expansion of the park will be shortly taken up along the banks of the Sindh river, the Minister said.