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A Rs 1.6-mn 'Qutub Minar' made from waste to welcome ASEAN leaders in Delhi
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A Rs 1.6-mn 'Qutub Minar' made from waste to welcome ASEAN lea...

In an unprecedented event, leaders from all 10 ASEAN countries will be attending the Republic Day celebrations at Rajpath on January 26 Press Trust of India | New Delhi Last Updated at January 21, 2018 10:50 IST Qutub Minar (Photo: Twitter) A replica of the ... Business Standard, 4 weeks ago

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Mumbai's first coastline cruise!

Do you know that the length of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link is 63 times the height of the Qutub Minar in Delhi. Or for that matter, its weight is equivalent to 50,000 African elephants and the length of the steel wires used is equivalent to the ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

China builds world's tallest air purifier - higher than Qutub Minar, Statue of Liberty

The tallest air purifier in the world has shown to clean the air in a radius of 10 square kilometres during testing. Courtesy: Chinese Academy of Sciences In its battle against alarmingly high pollution levels, China has a new weapon - a 330-feet tall ...
 Zee News1 month ago
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Travel pics: India's hidden gems

We bring you the best of India's photographs from readers. You can share your #India-Photos too! Rajib Mukherjee's view of the sunset is so pleasing. Arjun More snapped the submerged temples at Panchganga Ghat, Kolhapur, Maharashtra. A temple in Aihole in Vijaypur district, Karnataka clicked by Nagaraju. PS Negi sent us this photograph of a temple at Dayara, Uttarakhand. This is how a foggy morning in Gavi village, Pathanamthitta, Kerala feels like, says Prathvim Raj. Hindu style ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Utrecht mayor inaugurates India Tourism and Kerala Tourism pavilions  Business Standard1 month ago

Meet the artist who 'nails' and frames his artworks

Dusted in muted blues, yellows and pinks, the staccato, precise lines on canvas can be mistaken for wood carving from a distance, but Shekhar Joshi uses neither a chisel nor a brush.The Uttarakhand-based artist uses his own nails as a tool for his art, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Virtual tour of Kerala backwaters, Khajuraho in the Netherlands

The Hague: A virtual reality tour of Indias famous monuments will be the major attraction for visitors to the Netherlands largest holiday fair beginning here from Tuesday. "Virtual reality offers immersive, 3-D experiences via videos with 360-degree ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago Virtual tour of Khajuraho, Kerala's backwaters in Netherlands  Business Standard1 month ago

Indian monuments: Not mere buildings but a symbol of our culture

The origin of the word "monument" comes from the Greek mnemosynon and the Latin moneo, monere, which means 'to remind', suggesting that monuments allows us to see the past thus helping us visualize what is to come in the future. Monuments remind of one country’s culture and heritage. India is a country which is rich in culture and heritage and one of the prime duties of our government is to protect our monuments. Indian monuments are also one of the reasons for high tourist visits to ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Kazakhstan to celebrate 26th Independence Day, warm ties with India in focus

Bilateral ties between Kazakhstan and India will be in focus during the first week of December, when Kazakhstan observes and celebrates its 26th Independence Day in New Delhi. An Embassy of Kazakhstan release issued today said that on December 1 and 2, a ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Delhi is where the heart is

You can return to Delhi even after 25 years and find that friends treat you as if you had never left, says Rahul Jacob. The immigration officer in Bengaluru took so long that I began to suffer a panic attack that any protracted interaction with a bureaucrat behind a counter brings on. "You go to Delhi too much," he blurted out, poring over the stamps in my passport that were proof I had returned to India inexplicably often via the miles of mud-dyed carpets at Indira Gandhi international ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Amid 'Padmavati' din, Khilji's tomb shrouded in silence

Alauddin Khilji has become a household name, thanks to the swirling row over Padmavati, but not many know that Delhi Sultanates most powerful ruler lies buried in the Qutub complex. Ironically, the tomb which is located in the same complex as the Qutub Minar, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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