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Indus civilisation did not grow around a flowing river, say researchers
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Indus civilisation did not grow around a flowing river, say re...

The Indus civilisation flourished along a course abandoned by the major Himalayan river Sutlej, and did not develop around a flowing river as believed, scientists from India and the United Kingdom have found. Scientists have found that much of the Indus civilisation thrived around an extinct river, challenging ideas about how urbanisation in ancient cultures evolved. Archaeological evidence shows that many of the settlements in the Indus or Harappan Civilisation ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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TAR: Ladakh's isolated village

&Kashmir) [India], Oct 26 (ANI): Alluring landscape, pristine rivers running down the village, serene nature and heart-warming people, is the first attraction of the village. Though the accessibility to the village is difficult, yet it is the most intriguing ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Rahul is a Hindu, so is Zakir Naik, and Amit Shah

Syed Firdaus Ashraf on the futility of the 'Who is a Hindu?' debate. Some people are young and immature, and grow up later in life. Some people refuse to grow up -- and I fall in this category I feel.   In the 1990s when India was engulfed in communal riots, my friends and I had no idea what was happening around us. We only knew some basic facts -- that there was a mosque in Ayodhya called the Babri Masjid at the spot which Bharatiya Janata Party leader L K Advani claimed was the Ram ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

Freedom Files: THE OTHER SIDE OF A BRUTAL MIDNIGHT

Even as India won its freedom, it was battling myriad problems, including the issues of property and irrigation systems, which would snowball into something bitter and contentious very soon Even as vengeance was like an open wound and bestiality and ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

How power was transferred in the Mughal empire

The cardinal rule for Mughal princes was 'Ya Takht, Ya Takhta' (the throne or the funeral pyre).The princes went to battle against their brothers, even their father, to become emperor, points out Syed Firdaus Ashraf.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com On the Gujarat election trail this week, Narendra D Modi likened Rahul Gandhi's elevation as Congress president to the passing of the crown from one Mughal emperor to his son, meaning a perk of dynasty. History, however, makes it clear that ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

China's BRI going south?

China sees 'Belt Road Initiative' (BRI), an infrastructure push linking Asia, Africa and Europe for trade, as its ticket to eclipse the United States and become the world's foremost superpower. However, the so called 'road' is not shaping up the way the Asian ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

CPEC in dock after Pak, Nepal withdraw from dam projects

[USA], Nov 29 (ANI): An expert has drawn attention to Pakistan and Nepal`s withdrawal from two dam-building deals functional with China, citing measures Beijing might have to adopt in order to ensure equitable terms and distribution of benefits among those ...
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China endorses Pak party's stand on PoK dam

[Pakistan], Nov.18 (ANI): The Balawaristan National Front (BNF) has appreciated China's decision on placing conditions, including ownership of the mega project Diamar-Bhasha Dam in the Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) on the Indus River in Gilgit-Baltistan.
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55 years ago: They fought to the last man for India

On November 18, 1962, 114 soldiers of the 13th Kumaon fought till the last man, and last bullet, in sub-zero temperatures, to beat back the huge Chinese army. We salute the Heroes of Rezang La. IMAGE: An Indian soldier stands guard over makeshift forts which have been hastily built in Ladakh during the India-China war in 1962. Photograph: Radloff/Three Lions/Getty Images India may have lost the 1962 war with China, but it was not completely a saga of defeat. Hamstrung by an indecisive ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Freedom Files: A Tenuous And Uneasy Truce

As Kashmir’s borders were exposed from all sides India’s concerns were both strategic and security related. In a secret meeting between PM Nehru and his Secretariat the issue was discussed threadbare. Positional papers to UNCIP apart, the magnitude of ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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