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Buddhist monastery remains found in Gujarat

The Archeological Survey of India (ASI) has unearthed structures resembling a Buddhist monastery in Vadnagar , Gujarat, a finding which could further establish the importance of the region as a thriving Buddhist centre. The latest excavation revealed ... The Hindu, 1 week ago

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ASI core committee chairman resigns from his post

Archeological Survey of India technical core committee chairman G C Mitra, who is looking after the repair work of Jagamohan, the chamber facing the sanctum sanctorum of Sri Jagannath Temple in Puri has resigned from his post. Quoting reliable source, our ...
 News on Air1 month ago

Kohinoor gifted, not stolen: Govt

The Centre on Monday told the Supreme Court that the Kohinoor diamond was not stolen but gifted to the East India Company, so it is difficult to reclaim the precious piece of Crown jewels of the United Kingdom. Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar submitted before ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Soon, monuments to be disabled-friendly

Soon enough, differently-abled visitors at some of the country's prominent tourist places will be able to access monument and artefacts without any discomfort. An initiative, jointly worked out by the culture and the social justice and empowerment ...
 DNA India14 hours ago
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Tour operators demand discounts on Taj Mahal fares

While the Taj remains popular amongst celebrity guests, many ordinary foreign visitors are skipping it The Taj Mahal, the eternal monument of love, remains a must visit attraction for celebrity guests to India, the latest high-profile visitors being the British royal couple, William and Kate. Over the last couple of months, however, ordinary foreign tourists have been giving Agra a miss. To arrest the decline in foreigners visiting  the monument, tour operators are demanding an off-season ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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