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Indian archaeologists are using airborne lasers to peer into t...

Indian archaeologists plan to deploy high-end scanning lasers on airborne platforms to survey the archaeological evidence, flora and fauna in the ancient Rajgir hills in Bihar, an area associated with Buddha. As part of the inter-disciplinary Rajgir ... Tech2, 4 weeks ago
Times of India

Archaeological Survey of India organizes prehistory exhibition, cleanliness drive

HINGNA: "To kill two birds with one stone we organized a cleanliness drive as well as a prehistory exhibition to create awareness among the general public about a hygienic environment and our prehistoric culture," said Vijaykumar S Nair, deputy ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

INTACH, Bodhi society members visit Thotlakonda

Members of INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) and delegates from the Japan-India Bodhi Society, who visited the third century Buddhist site at Thotlakonda, criticised the attempt of the State government to build the ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

India's cash market in chaos after large currency bills become illegal (Roundup)

Delhi,Business/Economy,Politics,Human Interest/Society, Wed, 09 Nov 2016 IANS New Delhi, Nov 9 (IANS) Tens of thousands of people struggled in paying for daily essentials on Wednesday, a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi invalidated the ...
 News Track India3 weeks ago

Caste system in India existed since Harappan times, says archaeologist

The caste system is a hierarchy and it existed in India as far back as the Harappan civilisation, said Arvind Jamkhedkar, archaeologist, historian and Indologist. Dr. Jamkhedkar, who is chancellor of Pune's Deccan College, and is now retired as ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
The Telegraph

Deal to probe Rajgir in depth

Nalanda University and Bihar Heritage Development Society signed an agreement on Wednesday to conduct exhaustive archaeological explorations in and around five historic hills in Rajgir over three years. Using modern technology, like drone photography, ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago

IIT Gandhinagar starts MA in Society and culture

Gujarat Global News Network, Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar, on Monday started the first batch of students of MA in Society and Culture. The batch has 13 students. With this IIT Gandhinagar Monday became the first IIT in ...
 Gujarat Global.com1 month ago

Sanskrit a valuable Indian heritage, says Governor

Governor KK Paul honours a meritorious student at Uttarakhand Sanskrit University in Haridwar on Saturday. Tribune photo: RAMESHWAR GAUR Tribune News Service Dehradun, December 4 Governor KK Paul has said that Sanskrit is not merely a ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago
APN News

Double Helical State Awards 2016 announced in Jaipur

Previous story: Demonetization is the new disruptor in Indian Politics: Sanjay Dalmia, Chairman of Dalmia Group of Industries Next story: Jaipur: To acknowledge the extraordinary contribution of doctors and allied professionals hailing from ...
 APN News6 days ago

UN launches 'Orange the World' campaign for action on violence against women

United Nations: India's iconic India Gateand the Delhi Metro will join hundreds of monuments across theworld that will be illuminated as part of a UN effort togalvanise support for global action to end violence againstwomen and girls. India Gate ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago
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