Clock ticking for the treasures of Ahmedabad

The 600-year-old walled city Ahmedabad was named India's first 'World Heritage City' in July – despite warnings from some of UNESCO's own experts that it lacked a convincing plan for protecting its ancient citadels, mosques and tombs.

 

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