Emperor Shah Jahan entered the Qila-e-Mubarak (The Blessed Fort) through the gate facing the Yamuna on 17th May 1648. This magnificent fort in Shahjahanabad (Old Delhi) was to be an enduring symbol of Mughal glory. Though the fort, now called Red ... Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
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Cultural icon shares plans of producing a drama serial on the life of Mughal Emperor Jahangir Salahuddin lauds the local film industry for not taking advantage of so-called liberalism as compared to Bollywood. PHOTOS: PUBLICITY ...The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago
A fortnight after he became the face of the Indian soldier in the Kargil war, on July 8, 1999, Vikram Batra died. He was mortally wounded after fighting through the night while recapturing Peak 4875. He was ill, but had insisted that he was fit for the mission and completed it in a manner that put him alongside some of India's greatest military heroes. Eleven years ago, to mark the fifth anniversary of the Kargil war, Rediff.com's Archana Masih and photographer Seema Pant traveled to Palampur ...Rediff.com, 57 minutes ago
Delhi's historic entrances have witnessed several interesting incidents. Gateways always lead to somewhere. Simsim led to the treasures accumulated by Abul Hasan, the robber chief, a Jekyll-and-Hyde-type character who was Qazi Sahib or a Moroccan ...The Hindu, 2 days ago
Arian Moayed. Photo: Doug Hamilton Is it me, or are our playwrights becoming more devious? They're certainly becoming more ruthless. Suddenly, just recently, we're getting plays constructed like little tinder boxes, rigged to explode on opening; ...Lighting and Sound America, 1 week ago Off Broadway Review: Guards at the Taj by Rajiv Joseph Variety, 3 weeks ago Meandering Guards at the Taj is glib and gory New York Post, 3 weeks ago 'Guards at the Taj': Theater Review Hollywood Reporter, 3 weeks ago
The most common varieties grown in the subcontinent include Sindhri, Sarauli, Alphonso and Dussehri among others In Pakistan, the month of June brings in its trail more heat, more dust, occasional squalls of rain and the best ...The Express Tribune, 1 week ago
The Muslim Brotherhood is quintessentially a Sunni entity, but in Yemen, its chairman and secretary general are Zaydis. Thus, all this shows that political contestations in Yemen have always been driven by personal ambitions and political ideology, ...Kashmir Observer, 2 weeks ago
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi claims to be a devout Hindu who likes to visit Hindu temples wherever he visits. In spite of his short visit to Bangladesh, thus, he did not miss visiting theDhakeshwari Mandir and Ramkrishna Math in Dhaka. I ...Eurasia Review, 3 weeks ago
If you know anything about the legend of the extreme extent of 17th Century Mughal emperor Shah Jahan's ruthlessness then, despite the initially light comedic tone of Rajiv Joseph 's thoughtful and engaging new entry, Guards At The Taj , you'll know ...Broadway World, 3 weeks ago BWW Reviews: GUARDS AT THE TAJ Considers the Ugly Cost of Beauty Broadway World, 3 weeks ago
Bijapur, in the middle of northern Karnataka is a relatively unfamiliar destination for visitors both within India and from abroad. But it can easily be a one-stop-tourist-shop for a variety of historical monuments. A fascinating open-air museum ...Millennium Post, 3 weeks ago
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