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Sakela Udhawli celebrated with festive fervour
Assam Tribune

Sakela Udhawli celebrated with festive fervour

GUWAHATI, Dec 19 Sakela Udhawli, the harvest festival of Khambus, was celebrated at Pawai Bongaon, Ketetong near Margherita in Tinsukia, recently, a press release stated. Organised by the Kirat Rai Mahasabha, Assam, and supported by the Gorkha ... Assam Tribune, 1 day ago

382 Death Row Convicts in Country's Jails: Govt

There were 382 convicts on the death row in the country's jails, at the end of 2013, Lok Sabha was informed today. Minister of State for Home Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary said in last 34 years about 123 mercy petitions were received under ...
 Outlook India4 days ago 382 convicts on death row in country`s jails: Centre  ZeeNews.com4 days ago

Hidden histories: a season that started from a tank

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Where it all began: The Spur Tank. Photo: V. Ganesan TOPICS That rather striking picture of the Spur Tank, Egmore was taken in 2008 by V. Ganesan, staff photographer of The Hindu for the book ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

In the service of Mysore

PRINCELY ADMINISTRATION Diwans of Mysore had contributed significantly to the growth and development of the then princely state. S Narendra Prasad takes a leaf from history and narrates one of the lesser known TRA Thumboo Chetty, who retired as the ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
Nepali Times

Making peace with the past

PICS: TRISHNA RANA STRONGER TOGETHER (l-r): The husbands of Parmila Karki, Sita Khadka, Hema Singh, Kamala Tamang, and Durga Khadka were policemen who died in combat. The women get together once in a while and take comfort in each other's company.
 Nepali Times2 weeks ago
Capital Bay

Joanna Lumley's legacy of misery: Even Gurkhas admit her plan backfired

By David Jones for the Daily Mail View comments Shortly before 7pm last Tuesday, a multi-national scrum of shoppers began jostling for position in the fruit and vegetable section of Morrisons supermarket, Aldershot. Their target: a ...
 Capital Bay1 month ago

Social consciousness & Coimbatore

A social organisation called Nanneri Kazhagam was started in 1956, and it still continues to function today Indians have always celebrated art, culture, literature and philosophy… History is full of associations and forums that took this ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Indian Express

A Little India in Myanmar, with Hindi classes and an RSS branch

The Indian-origin population in Zayawaddy is about 70,000. In betweenMyanmar's two erstwhile capitals Yangon and Mandalay lies Zayawaddy Grant, a cluster of villages and a small township. At first glance it is no different from any other small town ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Kathmandu Post

Surge in garlic imports raises suspicions

BIRATNAGAR, OCT 21 - Garlic imports particularly from China have surged which customs officials believe are intended for re-export to India. According to the Biratnagar Customs Office, 1,797 tonnes of garlic worth Rs 59.84 million were ...
 Kathmandu Post1 month ago Nepal: Surge in garlic imports raises suspicions  Fresh Plaza1 month ago

This is why illegal abortions thrive in Delhi

2 undercover DH reporters find 'criminal' doctors in the capital go scot-free. Last of a three-part series. If clinics are blatantly carrying out illegal abortions in the city, who is to be blamed - the weak laws or the lax law-enforcing agencies? Neither ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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