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Remembering a Marginalised Hero

Dewan Bahadur SP Singha It will be unfair not to recall Dewan Bahadur SP Singha (1893-1948) on June 23rd. Unfortunately, this name, and his role in the formation of Pakistan is unknown to the present generation (youth) of the country ... Pakistan Today, 1 month ago

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Pakistan Today, 3 months ago
Pakistan Observer, 3 months ago
Herald Malaysia Online, 2 months ago
Indian Express, 6 months ago

The story of Reasi

K D Maini The Name of Reasi is derived from the first Raja Raspal of this area, who had shifted from Bajalta to this place. At that time this place was a cluster of some houses. Raja Raspal converted it into a township and named it as Rasyalsi ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago

Four killed at largest Bangladesh Eid gathering; this isn't Islam, says Sheikh Hasina

According to officials, a group of six to eight assailants led the attack when policemen were frisking people into the Eidgah ground. SIX days after a terrorist attack in the upscale Gulshan neighbourhood in Dhaka, terror struck again in Bangladesh, ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

Policemen killed, several injured in blast near Bangladesh's Sholakia ground before Eid prayers

Two police constables were killed when a police detachment guarding the Sholakia ground at Kishoreganj came under a bomb attack, just before prayers began at the country's largest Eid congregation. Police said several have been injured in the ...
 Bangla Mirror3 weeks ago
The Hindu

The Raja who became Chief Minister

Special Arrangement The Raja of Panagal Photo: Special Arrangement The statue of the Raja of Panagal (actually Paanagal) stands inside the park in T. Nagar that is named after him. It is usually the starting point for my T. Nagar Heritage Walk.
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Yaduveer is 'maharaja' for Mysuru police

Persons addressing the members of the erstwhile royal family as Her Highness or His Highness is their personal choice. However, as per Article 18 of Constitution, titles are abolished. Hereditary titles of nobility like Maharaja, Raj Bahadur, Rai Bahadur, Rai ...
 Deccan Herald1 month 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 Hindu1 month ago

Some nuances of the Walled City

Settling down in Delhi some 55 years ago wasn't a very good experience in the beginning. Agra's kharbuzas were sweeter and so were the phalsa fruit, which one could munch on the hot afternoons with salt masalas. Slowly the perception of the city ...
 The Statesman1 month 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 Statesman2 months ago

Morcha margin down by 50%

Darjeeling, May 20: In a span of five years, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha's winning margin has come down by more than 50 per cent but the party says its not unduly worried. "Whether we win by one vote or by one lakh votes, an election win is a win," ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
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