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After 200 years, rare Maratha Empire papers found in UK
Times of India

After 200 years, rare Maratha Empire papers found in UK

Exactly 240 years before Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis took oath of office, another Fadnavis had sworn to protect a 40-day old Peshwa, thereby becoming one of the most powerful men in India. He was Nana Fadnavis. For over 20 years, he called the ... Times of India, 2 months ago

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India's politicians have always embraced icons

By Mayengbam Nandakishwor The current landscape of Indian politics presents an intriguing trend and yet an equally perplexing scene. The changing trend is that of 'owning historical figures as icons' by political parties to further their political ...
 China Post4 days ago

When Hindus ate beef, India was NEVER conquered

'There is a remarkable link between the eating of beef (or at the very least, tolerating the eating of beef) and India being a superpower.' 'In India, whenever an empire was strong, religion took a back seat.' 'Alternatively, whenever religion asserted itself, the main empire of India crumbled...' 'By seeking to ban beef in every state that it rules, the BJP may well be taking India on the route to becoming a weakling,' warns Amberish K Diwanji. The Bharatiya Janata Party-led government in ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago
Indian Express

So who needs reservations?

Supreme Court does well to throw up the question. The search for answers need not be caste-centric Last week, the Supreme Court made an important point about positive discrimination in India. Quashing the UPA government's decision to include Jats ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Hindustan Times

India and the Sea of Tales

Prime Minister Narendra Modi helped bring the Indian Ocean to the consciousness of the average Indian at least for a while. Nothing new in that. The Indian Ocean has been a strangely intermittent matter of interest to the people of the ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Shivaji revived Indian naval power  Rediff.com1 month ago 35 interesting facts about indian navy  CAclubindia1 month ago India on his mind  The Gulf Today2 months ago

Ranveer Singh Looks A Dapper Aristocrat In 'Bajirao Mastani'

Movie Talkies 19 hours ago Recently pics of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's magnum opus Bajirao Mastani were leaked online. In some of the images Ranveer Singh's look as the Peshwa Bajirao I is revealed. Ranveer is seen wearing an elegant flowing royal ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob1 week ago Bajirao Mastani postponed?  Times of India1 month ago Article : Ranveer Singh giving his all to Bajirao Mastani  Apun Ka Choice1 month ago

Talk about a tomb

Nawab Safdarjang's tomb used to be a place of halt for the Tazia procession from the Walled City before it ended at the Karbala in present-day Jorbagh Many have admired Safdarjang Tomb as the last flickering lamp of Mughal architecture but it was ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Maharashtra's lesser-known non vegetarian food

New Delhi, March 11 (PTI): Food stories of tail-flapping fish, prawns leaping in a basket and crabs sidling slyly away from a cooking pot, taken from the typical fisherfolk community of Maharashtra find place in a new book. Lip-smacking recipes ...
 Daijiworldcom2 weeks ago Maharashtra's lesser-known non-vegetarian food: Aditya Mehedale's new book  Economic Times2 weeks ago

This Day in History (20-12-1393)

Today is Wednesday; 20 th of the Iranian month of Esfand 1393 solar hijri; corresponding to 20 th of the Islamic month of Jamadi al-Awwal 1436 lunar hijri; and March 11, 2015, of the Christian Gregorian Calendar. 3440 solar years ago, on this day ...
 IRIB World Service2 weeks ago This Day in History (30-11-1393)  IRIB World Service1 month ago This Day in History (6-11-1393)  IRIB World Service2 months ago This Day in History (24-10-1393)  IRIB World Service2 months ago

On the gossamer route

I recently travelled along a silk route from Chanderi to Maheshwar, two towns in Madhya Pradesh that vie with each other to produce the most exquisite, gossamer-fine sarees and fabrics made on traditional handlooms. It was in a sense a journey back ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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