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Ahom descendants ask ASI to keep off Charaideo

Guwahati: Descendants of the Ahom royal family, along with members of Ahom Royal Society, have warned the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) against attempting further excavation at the famed Charaideo Maidam (comprising burial mounds of members ... Times of India, 1 month ago

Archaeological Society of South Africa Annual Symposium

The Annual Symposium is designed to bring academics and society members together once a year for a full day of exciting lectures. This year we are presenting talks on World Heritage sites. We decided to look at sites outside of southern Africa and ... month ago

The Britons who did their bit for India

Did you know that as far back asthe 1850s, a British engineer had chalked out a plan to linkall the major rivers in India or that it was an Englishman who mastered Sanskrit and translated Kalidasa’s work in English? From laying the foundation of the Asiatic ...
 Asian Age2 days ago
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A peek at who got nod for payments bank licence

Reuters The Reserve Bank of India granted in-principle approval to 11 firms to set up payment banks. It picked just around one-in-four of the applicants though it was less conservative than last year when it picked just two of the 25 who sought ...
 VC Circle1 week ago
International Business Times UK

Amphipolis: Possible tomb of Alexander the Great 'forgotten' amid Greece's financial crisis

The Amphipolis archaeological site, which might hold the tomb of Alexander the Great, has been forgotten amid the Greek financial crisis. The tomb, which was unearthed within the Kasta Hill in 2012, was dubbed one of Greece's greatest archaeological ...
 International Business Times UK1 week ago
Financial Express

Walk into the past

As India celebrates her 69th Independance Day, Express TravelWorld explores heritage walks as a niche tourism product, showcasing a destination's rich cultural treasures Mumbai Mumbai's history offers many heritage structures and historical ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago

India gets its own 'Google' in 'Bhuvan'!

New Delhi: Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh has launched a new application service, 'Bhuvan', which is a Geospatial platform of ISRO, in an event held in the national capital on Wednesday. Event was organised on the occasion of National Remote ...
 PardaPhash2 weeks ago

Putin Reportedly Heading To Crimea For His Latest Annual Adventure

Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to participate in an archaeological expedition to the annexed Crimean peninsula in the coming weeks, according to reports in Izvestia and other Russian media. Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told ...
 Radio Free Europe4 weeks ago

India's first mosque to be restored

Cheraman Juma Masjid is believed to have been built in the 7th or 8th century We have offended our history and heritage. Now we want to do penance and reparation, says Mohammed Sayeed, president of the Cheraman Juma Masjid Committee, which on a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Stories from Australia screening now in India

Trisha Mukherjee New Delhi, Jul 23 (PTI) On a project in Australia's western desert, the "reasonably well informed" film director Martin Butler was first introduced to the largely unknown history of his country's people, the aboriginals. Butler, ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago
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