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Buddhist monastery found in Vadnagar

Ahmedabad: The Archeological Survey of India (ASI) has unearthed structures resembling a Buddhist monastery in Vadnagar city of Gujarat, a finding which could further establish the importance of the region as a thriving Buddhist centre. ''The ...
 Times of India2 months ago Gujarat: Likely Buddhist monastery remains unearthed in Vadnagar  Hindustan Times2 months ago Buddhist monastery remains found in Gujarat  The Hindu2 months ago Likely remains of Buddhist monastery found in Guj's Vadnagar  Business Standard2 months ago
Deccan Chronicle

Archeological Survey of India to display British cannonballs on show

KANNUR: Experts from Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are busy carrying out chemical treatment on some 39,500 cannonballs unearthed from St Angelo's Fort here last year. The cannonballs from the British era were discovered on the premises of the ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Buy entry tickets to Sun Temple online

BHUBANESWAR: TOURISTS can now book entry tickets to protected monuments in Odisha online. The Archeological Survey of India (ASI) on Sunday launched e-ticketing facilities for Sun Temple and Archaeological Museum at Konark, Khandagiri and Udayagiri ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

De-notifying Sirsa mound illegal: ASI

Chandigarh, July 21 The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has requested the state government not to go ahead with its move to de-protect Ther Mound, Sirsa, terming the act as illegal. The ASI has written to the Principal Secretary, Archives, ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

China strives to become archeology leader

BEIJING—When Chinese archaeologists start work on a buried Bronze Age city in north India this fall, they will be breaking ground in more ways than one. The dig at Rakhigarhi, 90 miles north west of Delhi, will be the largest China has ever had ...
 USA Today1 month ago

The hunt for India's El Dorados

Whether it's Uttarakhand's search for Sanjeevani Booti or Haryana's for Saraswati, various govts in the country seem to be struggling with an identity crisis It was a week in which the heavens opened up and submerged two cities that India likes to ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago


As about 100 priceless artefacts stolen from India make their way back, govt in afix over how to keep them safe INDIA is welcoming back a bevy of priceless artefacts, but the BJP- led central government is in a quandary over where to put these ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Trust deficit over Humayun's Tomb makeover?

NEW DELHI: Could Humayun's tomb become the site of another battle in India's culture wars? Globally acclaimed for its painstaking restoration of the Humayun's tomb complex and the neighbouring Nizamuddin area in the Capital, the Aga Khan Trust for ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

MCGM's Single-Window Clearance For Building Permits

A Game-Changer For Mumbai Real Estate? Ramesh Nair, COO Business & International Director, JLL India Mumbai 29 June 2016: Mumbai's real estate sector is cautiously optimistic about the new single window online application system for processing ...
 Pocket News Alert.com2 months ago A Game-Changer For Mumbai Real Estate?  Businessworld India2 months ago
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