Re: S P A, Delhi, India

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Posted by  Shounak on April 18, 2002 at 04:05:47:

In Reply to:  Re: S P A, Delhi, India posted by Simple Simon on March 18, 2002 at 13:53:22:

Simple Simon,

If u had taken a shot of the building from the nearby VIKAS MINAR (which is the headquarters of the DDA or the Delhi Development Authority - ironically this had been for a long time the tallest building in New Delhi and one which compromised much of the by-laws which DDA is set out to uphold for construction in delhi), you could have got your point in a pic.

Believe me, I ought to know... I spend seven years there (no no .. i mean SPA) divided in two courses ... and I had a great time drawing up the freehand sketch of SPA and its environs in axo which now graces the Prospectus of the "Deemed University" (SPA is a deemed university vide an Act of the Indian Parliament - which is how it is autonomous and empowered to award its own degrees.)

By the way how is the graveyard doing??? Do tell me .. coz I am quite far away from Delhi right now.



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