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Bombay and Madras High Courts to abandon British colonial names 
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Bombay and Madras High Courts to abandon British colonial names 

Bombay High Court and Madras High Court will become Mumbai and Chennai courts respectively, bringing them into line with the modern names of the cities in which they lie, according to a report in The Hindu newspaper. The Telegraph UK, 1 day ago
High Courts still named after old city-names? Kashmir Times, 1 day ago

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When banjo music filled the streets

When J F Bailey, a con stable in British Malaya, landed on the shores of Madras in the late 1890s, he had just a trunk of clothes and a few coins to start life afresh. Why he chose to move to the city remains a mystery , but his reason for setting ...
 Times of India1 month ago

From Battle of Plassey to Brexit: June 23 is a memorable date in history of Britain

June 23 seems to have a special place in the history of the British people. While the date in 2016 is significant for the people of the country will determine in a referendum on this day whether to remain a part of the European Union (EU) or leave ...
 Oneindia2 days ago
Business Insider India

With IIT Madras' entry this year, four IITs make their place among Asia's top 50 universities

The QS Asia University Rankings has found out that Indian Institute of Technology-Madras has made it to the top 50 universities in Asia this year by jumping 13 places from its position last year. It is now ranked 43. With this, four IITs - Kanpur, ...
 Business Insider India5 days ago IIT-Madras makes it to Asia's top 50 varsities  Times of India1 week ago IIT-M breaks into top 50 Asia university rankings  Times of India1 week ago

Madras miscellany

A double V C and a H C Searching for some information the other day I was delving into The Madras Tercentenary Commemoration Volume when I noticed that there had been an officially constituted Madras Tercentenary Celebration Committee in1939 and ...
 The Hindu6 days ago Madras Miscellany: He bade Netaji farewell  The Hindu1 month ago

Volkswagen Organizes Fitness Camp In Bangalore For The Vento Cup Drivers

Volkswagen Motorsport India along with British Nutritions organised the fitness camp and pre-season test for the drivers before the start of Vento Cup 2016 season. The Round 1 of Vento Cup 2016 is set to kick off this weekend i.e. 18th and 19th ...
 DriveSpark.com1 week ago Volkswagen Motorsport Preps Drivers for Round 1 of 2016 Vento Cup  NDTV1 week ago 2016 Vento Cup: Drivers complete fitness camp and pre-season test  Overdrive.in1 week ago Volkswagen gears up for Round 1 of Vento Cup 2016 in Coimbatore  The Sports Campus1 week ago

Nagpurians cherish their collections of rare coins, postage and Bollywood memorabilia

What can be more fascinating than seeing a collection of rare coins from ancient India, hundreds of postage stamps from British Raj, collection of matchboxes from Mussolini's Italy and the glory of old Bollywood reflected through its posters over ...
 Times of India1 week ago

JPL Gwynn: Smitten by the land and language

JPL Gwynn, the British ICS officer Remembering the British ICS officer whose love for Telugu language is well known. During the initial years after the formation of Visalandhra — Andhra Pradesh in 1956, there was in the Secretariat at ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
People Daily

How British let one million Indians die in famine

It has been a difficult summer for India. Drought and a searing heat wave have affected an astonishing 330 million people across the country. But this summer also marks the 150th anniversary of a far more terrible and catastrophic climatic ...
 People Daily1 week ago Forgotten famine  BBC2 weeks ago Viewpoint: How British let one million Indians die in famine  BBC2 weeks ago Drought in India Before and After Independence  MapsofIndia1 month ago

Miscreants descecrate colonial officer's grave

Kalburgi: The grave of a colonial British officer, Captain George Newberry, near Shorapur in Yadgir district has been found to be desecrated. Newberry was an officer with the British Mounted Force with the Madras regiement, who fought and died in a ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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