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Revisiting history: A Harappa in Tamil Nadu
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Revisiting history: A Harappa in Tamil Nadu

Brick buildings, the drainage system excavated in Keezhadi village are on par with those found in Harappa, reports A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com IMAGE: A water tank with feeder channels discovered during excavation at Keezhadi village in Sivaganga district, Tamil Nadu. All photographs: A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com A major excavation by the Archaeological Survey of India of a Sangam era settlement is making big news with its amazing discoveries. About 12 km from Madurai on the highway to Rameswaram, a ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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‘Harappa: older than we thought’

Climate change probably not responsible for the collapse of the Harappan civilisation
 The Hindu1 month ago Harappan culture is 8,000 years old, how it survived  One India4 weeks ago
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I become a Harappan seal maker for a day

History can actually be fun, discovers Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com With history and nationality being hotly debated in universities all over the country, not many would have noticed a museum on wheels quietly moving around in Mumbai for the last few months. On the day I visit, the mobile museum, with images of Gautam Buddha, Emperor Akbar, a Harappan seal, the dancing girl from Mohenjodaro and the Taj Mahal painted on it, was parked in a corporate park in central Mumbai. This area was once known as ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Turn the Indus Valley clock by 2,500 years. Now what does that mean

Certain histories can be intimidating. Fascinating, but intimidating. And these arent the histories of rulers, opulent palaces, of conquests and conquerors - but those of ordinary people like us, who had regular jobs, ate regular meals, and died without much ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

Pakistan ready to help foster better relations in South, Central Asia: Sartaj Aziz

Prime Minister's Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz (Photo: PTI) Ancient Pakistan was a fascinating study of how cultures, languages, social and belief systems interacted to produce a common identity. Islamabad : Pakistan on Monday said that it was ready ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

A journey into Pakistan’s syncretic past

Writer couple Anam Zakaria and Haroon Khalid (above). The mosque of Waris Shah at Malka Hans. In December 2015, a charming young couple from Pakistan, Haroon Khalid and his wife Anam Zakaria, came to India to launch their books, In Search of Shiva: A Study of ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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Why Kulbhushan Jadhav couldn't be a R&AW spy

'He was carrying his Indian passport.''This seems a very different sort of spy than the ones we see in movies, who carry fake passports and are highly trained,' says Aakar Patel. An Indian in Pakistan has been accused of being a spy from Research and Analysis Wing, referred to by its acronym, R&AW. Reports from Pakistan say the man was caught after speaking to his family in Marathi over the cellphone. Calls from Pakistan to India are, of course, monitored and so the man was traced. He was ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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