In the central highlands of Sri Lanka stands a mountain steeped in history and mythology, a solitary mountain that rises majestically up into the clouds giving the illusion of tremendous height. Ancient seafarers wrote of its magnificence and ... Sri Lanka Daily News, 4 days ago
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While the Delhi winter is still playing hide-and-seek with its denizens, the cultural calendar of the city is in full bloom. On a nippy Saturday afternoon, I am part of a motley group of people on a heritage walk fashioned around Hazrat Amir Khusro ...Sify, 1 week ago
The 11 stations of Dubai Tram will be served by 11 bus stops, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has said. Dubai Tram will officially be inaugurated tonight, November 11, and will open for the public tomorrow. Forming part of the wider ...Emirates247, 1 month ago
Landscaping at the wadi Picnic spot where children frolic Pods for families to relax TOPICS A highly polluted valley near Riyadh has been restored to its original glory and is now a green oasis. There are lessons from it for every urban ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
Airbrushing the past British historian William Dalrymple. Photo: Tehelka Archives Holocaust deniers in the West are banished to the fringes of academia and society. In India, they strut around like peacocks and get invited to society parties.Tehelka, 1 month ago
Galle has a special place in Sri Lankan hearts. Located at the extreme south west corner of the island where the shoreline turns east towards Matara and Hambantota, the ancient port city of Galle is Sri Lanka's fourth largest town. From time ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago
and Allah destroyed them "And to Thamud[We sent] their brother Salih. He said, "O my people, worship Allah; you have no deity other than Him. There has come to clear evidence from your Lord. This is the she-camel of Allah[sent] to you as a sign. So ...GhanaWeb, 1 month ago The People Of Prophet Salih [Thamud] Killed His Camel And Allah Destroyed Them 1 Hussein BabalWaiz Modern Ghana, 1 month ago
Paul.Fernandes@timesgroup.com Agasaim: The teeming port of Gopakpattan on the banks of Zuari had receded into relative obscurity long ago, but vestiges of its glorious past and even archaeological remains of its global links are being crassly ...4 Traders, 1 month ago A cross to pay homage to Times of India, 1 month ago
Photo: Prabir Das Bangladesh was once known as one of the largest ship graveyards of the world. Every year, dozens of aging container vessels would head towards the country's southern coast to breathe their last before being broken into pieces.Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 months ago
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