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Funds brakes on Golghar repair work
The Telegraph

Funds brakes on Golghar repair work

Golghar is stuck in a time warp and caught in a red tape. The Archaeological Survey of India's (ASI) lackadaisical attitude has held up its restoration work yet again - this time for the past three months. Internal issues of the ASI related to funds for the ... The Telegraph, 1 day ago

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Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
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UCAN India, 3 weeks ago
Star of Mysore, 3 weeks ago
Times of India, 1 month ago
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Indian Express

Archaeological Survey of India discovers smuggled Indian antiques in Singapore museum

Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has discovered a treasure trove of ancient Indian antiques in Singapore allegedly procured from an art gallery run by notorious art smuggler Subhash Kapoor in the US. Officials from the antiquity wing of the ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago Windows to the past  Indian Express1 week ago ASI Discovers Treasure Trove of Smuggled Art in Singapore  New Indian Express3 weeks ago New law will boost, not curb, smuggling of artefacts  Times of India3 weeks ago
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Monuments missing, National Monuments Authority seeks revision of list

NEW DELHI: The National Monuments Authority (NMA) has asked the Archaeological Survey of India to re-examine the list of protected monuments, denotify those missing and add new monuments under central government protection. The NMA officials said ...
 Times of India1 week ago Railways asked to re-align tracks in Patan  Times of India1 month ago Mehrauli historical site threatened by vehicular traffic  India Today1 month ago In 1911, archaeologist said Jama Masjid not protected monument, HC told  ProKerala.com2 months ago
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Tech Times

Free Wi-Fi Service at Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi Soon

20:06 IST The Archaeological Survey of India has tied up with MTNL for providing internet at Qutub Minar. (Thinkstock picture) New Delhi: Soon international and domestic tourists thronging Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun's tomb will be able to ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago The Taj Mahal Now Has Free Wi-Fi  Tech Times2 weeks ago Free WiFi service at Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humanyun's tomb  ABP Live2 weeks ago Soon free Wi-Fi at Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun's tomb  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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ASI team discovers rare sculptures at Hampi

It was a trek up Gandha Madana hill that led to T.M. Keshava, former Superintending Archaeologist, Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), and his team discovering some rare rock sculptures at Hampi. They found sculptures of Vishnu, in the form of ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Rare sculptures discovered at Hampi  The Hindu2 weeks ago Method adopted to clean up Ramkund dangerous: ASI  Times of India3 weeks ago 80 temples restored in Chambal valley, says ASI official  Times of India2 months ago
The Express Tribune

Unearthed, remains of a 3,000 years old civilization

Nagpur: The excavation branch of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) in city has found remains of a civilization from different periods (including the Satvahanas and Kshatrapa dynasties), dating back roughly 3,000 years, at Kayar, about 20km from ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Up north: Call for exploration of archaeological sites  The Express Tribune1 month ago Proposals for declaration as World Heritage Cities  PIB2 months ago Amendment Proposed in Archaeological Sites and Remains Act  Outlook2 months ago
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UCAN India

Goa churches to get added lightning protection

(Photo: goaproperty4u.com) Panaji: The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is planning to install additional lightning protection systems in the centuries-old monuments at Old Goa as an extra shield in severe weather. The tall churches, ...
 UCAN India4 weeks ago ASI moots added lightning shield for old Goa structures  Times of India1 month ago
The Telegraph

Buddhist mound found near Nalanda ruins

Excavators at ArchaeologicalSurvey of India (ASI) claimed to have found important artefacts from a Buddhist mound around 2km from the Nalanda University ruins but ruled out any links to the ancient varsity. The mound situated at Rukministhan in Jagdishpur ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago Neo-Chalcolithic era artefacts found  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Is Taj Mahal turning yellow I think Red!

Since last one week, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma are at loggerheads. While the former is claiming that the ancient monument of love, the eighth wonder Taj Mahal is turning yellow due to the nearby ...
 India TV1 month ago Archaeological Survey of India submits action plan on Taj Mahal cleaning  DNA1 month ago Taj to undergo mud pack therapy  NewsR.in1 month ago Archaeological Survey of India Proposes Rs 5.49 cr Plan to Preserve Taj Mahal  New Indian Express1 month ago
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Gujarat lacks vision to preserve monuments: Senior archaeologist

K K Muhammed, a retired regional director (north) of Archaeological Survey of India, negotiated with the dreaded dacoits of the Chambal Valley and then the mining mafia to restore 200 temples in Morena, Madhya Pradesh.
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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