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Bengal just got older by 22000 yrs

Multi-disciplinary research led by a city-based archaeologist has confirmed the presence of humans in the Ayodhya hills of Purulia about 42,000 years ago, a finding that pushes Bengals archaeological calendar 22,000 years back. Bishnupriya Basak, who teaches ... The Telegraph, 1 month ago

Chandrababu Naidu Govt to Probe All Scams

HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh government, which is on a spree of scrapping permissions given to various companies for setting up industries by the erstwhile Rajasekhara Reddy government, is contemplating fresh probe into all the scams that came to ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago

Maoist threat stalls Purulia road project

KOLKATA/WEST MIDNAPORE: The Purulia zilla parishad is not getting contractors to construct a road across the forest hamlets in the district. No one is willing to take up the work because of Maoist threats in the area. In order to facilitate the ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Sangai Express

Moneypoor Diwali

General Articles By : Rev. Fr. Paul Lelen Haokip INTRODUCTION: You could soundSanaleipak as Manipur, Manipoor, Manypoor, Moneypoor, etc. depending on your view and observation. Undoubtedly, Sanaleipak is a land of festival. In a state like ours ...
 Sangai Express1 month ago
Millennium Post

Kolkata prof finds 42,000-yr-old human remains in Bengal

Basak, who teaches archaeology at Calcutta University, says that further excavation of more sites in the South eastern part of Chotanagpur plateau (Jharkhand, Bihar, Orissa, Palamou) may unearth artefacts probably dating back to 2 lakh years ago. We ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago

25 Shocking facts about Lord Hanuman no one knows!

Previous Next Use ← → keys to navigate 1. The Sanskrit texts mention several legends about how Sri Hanuman got his name. One legend is that Indra, the king of the deities, struck Sri Hanuman's jaw during his childhood (see below). The ...
 Speaking Tree1 month ago

The Week in Pictures | October 6 12, 2014

Paris City Hall clock master Antoine Walter maintains the 19th century clock on a municipal building. PHOTOGRAPH BY: JOEL SAGET / AFP/ http://framework.latimes.com/?attachment_id=109943 0 Link An artist works on a mural in Kolkata, India, ...
 Los Angeles Times1 month ago

Need of Forgiveness in Society and Brahma Kumaris Perspective

(Hardeep Singh, Professor, PG Department of Hindi, SCD Govt College, Ludhiana) India has seen many riots which stir the whole nation and shows collective lack of tolerance and forgiveness. Especially pogrom of thousands of Sikhs in 1984, killings ...
 Speaking Tree1 month ago

Traffic arrangements made for Eid-ul-Zuha

rrangements have been made in the city on the occasion of Eid-ul-Zuha which would be celebrated on Monday. Diversions to manage traffic at Idgah Hills area have been made by the police. From 6 am to 11 am heavy vehicles, except those carrying ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Maoists make a comeback in Jangalmahal villages

aoists are attempting to replenish their cadres by covertly visiting villages in West Bengal's Purulia district, urging the youth from the forested village homes to join their squads. They are coming down from Ayodhya Hills in Jangalmahal region of ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 month ago
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