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Delhi and the Taj

Many people go from Delhi to see the Taj Mahal and the Taj Express is one of the convenient modes of transport. But during the Mughal days it was in bullock carts,camel carts, on elephant-back and horse-back, besides,of course,on foot that people ... The Statesman, 3 days ago

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International Business Times India, 2 months ago
Millennium Post

Why garish cars attract Delhi natives

As the website CarWale.com suggests, luxury cars attract Delhi more than the rest of India The natives of Delhi are, for many of the rest of us Indians, entitled, boorish, loud, crass. Nice city, shame about the people is an opinion so commonly ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago Lingering Charm of Delhi: Myth, Lore and History | The magic of Delhi  Millennium Post3 weeks ago

Braving Delhi summers down the ages

Summer is a harrowing time in Delhi but even it has certain natural safeguards, which offset the effects of the blistering loo wind in the day and the sweaty nights. The loo may blow at its worst but there are sherbets and cool lassi as also juicy ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

The palmy days

Ride back to the congestion and pollution free New Delhi with Pran Nevile latest book, Carefree Days The ambience of New Delhi in the 1940s was such that few cities could compete with it. Lutyens and Baker designed a Capital that hardly lacked in ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Brakes on pollution

The jury is out on the efficacy of the odd and even number plate scheme in Delhi. When it was introduced at the beginning of this year, pollution levels didn't decline in the city which the World Health Organization (WHO) lists as the most polluted ...
 DNA India2 months ago

Preserving Mughal-Christian link

Delhi's Christian link goes back to Mughal times, when there were two Armenian Catholic churches built in Jahangir's reign, one of them near the old Subzimandi and the other near a slaughter house, which were destroyed during the invasion of Nadir ...
 The Statesman2 months ago
The Hindu

Diving into the roots of our notes

Two engrossing books penned by Kumar Prasad Mukherji and Sheila Dhar give a riveting insight into theworld of Hindustani classical music and its practitioners Indian music is based on oral tradition. Many attempts have been made with varying ...
 The Hindu3 days ago The colour of notes  The Hindu5 days ago

The Pir Baba of Vasant Kunj and others

In these days of communal divide there's a shining beacon of hope in Vasant Kunj, where both Hindus and Muslims venerate a Pir Baba. This Baba was actually the eldest son of Altamash, the Slave ruler, Shehzada Nasiruddin Mahmud, the heir apparent, ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
Financial Express

Secession of urban India: Infra deficiencies widening gap between different social & economic strata

Be it electricity supply, access to drinking water, public health, safety, transportation or job opportunities, infrastructural deficiencies are leading to a widening gap between different social and economic strata (Cartoon by Rohnit Phore) ...
 Financial Express2 months ago Secession of the urbanIndian  Yahoo! India2 months ago Secession of the urban Indian  Financial Express2 months ago
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