burial ground


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Speaking to media here, CCP Commissioner Ajit Roy said, "Muslim leaders told us prayers are done on loudspeakers only in mosques and if it's being done in burial ground, it's wrong.
The application to exhume the human remains from the burial ground was initially advertised in the public notices section of a local newspaper under the Disused Burial Grounds (Amendment) Act of 1981.
"We have thought seriously about removing Jensen from the burial ground, but that would be a last resort and my stomach turns just thinking about it.
The burial ground, located near Rainford, will offer an alternative to traditional cemeteries and cremations.
Landscape architect Ann Sharrock, who designed the garden at the burial ground, is now recreating it in a 16x13 metre plot to go on display at the Three Counties Showground next weekend.
THE YEARLY observance of the feast of the dead appears to have galvanized lawmakers into reviving attempts to pass a law criminalizing the desecration of tombs or burial grounds.
A new ride at one of the country's biggest theme parks has been moved after fears that it had disturbed an ancient burial ground, prompting paranormal activity.
In the one-acre Parish of the Ascension Burial Ground in Cambridge are the remains of Nobel prize winner John Cockcroft, who helped split the atom, and Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein - along with poet Frances Cornford and astronomer John Couch Adams.
The cemetery, just south of Birch Island Road, was identified as "The Old Robinson Burial Ground" in a 1979 survey by Linda L.B.
The focus of the report is the burial ground associated with the church after the 1666 Great Fire of London until its closure in the mid-19th century; the archaeological evidence of the medieval and later sequences is outlined in a separate monograph.
THE first "natural" burial ground in the Vale has opened.
CONTROVERSIAL plans for a natural burial ground in Wirral's Green Belt have been turned down by a government inspector.
A North East burial ground is in the running for the title of Cemetery of the Year.
Children helped archeologists search for a former 17th century Quaker burial ground at a Teesside cemetery.
Go As you Please, which has funeral premises in Wallsend and Whitley Bay, works with the Natural Death Centre in London to bring new alternatives to people other than the local authority burial sites, such as privately-owned burial grounds on land such as gardens owned by friends or family, in a woodland or meadow burial ground or even at sea.