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100 Smart Cities coming up in India for a sustainable future
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100 Smart Cities coming up in India for a sustainable future

The famous cities of the Indus Valley Civilization, Harappa and Mohenjodaro, had excellent sanitation systems, sewage, drainage, well planned roads and residential layouts. What has happened 3000 years ago is not happening now with better technology ... Indian Business Review, 4 weeks ago

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People From Indus Valley Civilisation Used Ancient Dravidian Script, Says Epigraphist

THANJAVUR: The script used by people in the Indus Valley Civilisation was an early form of Dravidian languages, said Iravatham Mahadevan, renowned epigraphist of the Indus Research Centre, Roja Muthaiah Research Library. Delivering the first ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Civilization in ancient China may be older than we thought  Digital Journal1 month ago
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Three Indian startups eye billion dollar valuation

BENGALURU: The Silicon Valley chapter of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) has identified three Indian startups for its Billion Dollar Babies initiative, under which it will handhold these startups, take them to the US market, and work towards a ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Indian startups selected for Silicon Valley's Billion Dollar Babies program  Firstpost.com2 months ago Silicon Valley Journal Honors '40 Under 40' Tech Stars  India-West3 weeks ago TiE Launches 'Billion Dollar Babies' Project for Startups  India-West2 months ago
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Gonds may have migrated from Indus Valley

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu CRUCIAL LINK TO THE PAST: The photograph found in a cave in Hampi. Photo: Special Arrangement. TOPICS On the goddess Kotamma temple woollen market way there is a rocky roof shelter for ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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4,000-year-old house found at Baghpat village offers rare clue to Harappan habitation

The late Harappan phase pertains to the period starting around 1900-1800 BC when the Indus Valley Civilization, popularly known as the Harappan Culture, began to decline. MEERUT: Here's something for history buffs to get excited about. The Archaeological ...
 Economic Times2 months ago ASI finds remnants of 4,000-year-old house in Baghpat that corresponds to Harappan period  IBNLive India News2 months ago

Italian ambassador visits Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture

His Excellency The Italian Ambassador Adriano Chiodi Cianfarani and Elena Claudia Di Vito, the First Secretary at the Embassy of Italy in Islamabad along with Giulio Iazeolla Vice Consul, Consulate of Italy Karachi, visited The Indus Valley School ...
 Daily Times1 week ago Italian ambassador visits Indus Valley School  Pakistan Press International1 week ago

What yoga is - and isn't

Origins of yoga Yoga was born in the Indus valley civilization of South Asia over 5000 years ago. The ancient practice of yoga was often a solitary study in forests, where masters passed knowledge of asanas (poses) and breathing techniques to ...
 C-Health1 month ago

Peshawar Attack: Some marks stay forever

By Umer Bin Ajmal The students of Indus Valley School (IVS) of Arts and Architecture have had enough. They will not let you forget. Karachi is such a violent city, says graphic designer Umaima Mughal. Sometimes we are indifferent to death and ...
 DAWN Group2 hours ago
Pakistan Today

A natural state

Nearly five millennia old, Pakistan is the latest name of the Indus Valley Civilisation That Pakistan is an unnatural state and India is natural is an assertion made by Pakistanis and foreigners alike with little knowledge of the history ...
 Pakistan Today1 week ago Why Pakistan still doesn't have a film school  The Express Tribune1 month ago Pakistan's economy virile with cement, Diaspora remittances  Daily Newswatch1 month ago Did Peshawar atrocity open Pakistan's eyes?  Abu Dhabi National2 months ago
DAWN Group

A case for Gandhara

GROWING up in Lahore I wondered about the gap in my history textbook between the end of Indus Valley civilisation circa 1500 BC and the invasion of Sindh by Mohammad bin Qasim circa 711 AD. In friends homes were signs of an Indo-Greek-Buddhist ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago
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