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Mohenjo Daro Trailer: Hrithik Roshan proves why he is the most versatile actor

Mohenjo Daro Trailer: Hrithik Roshan proves why he is the most...

The theatrical trailer of Mohenjo Daro takes us back to the unseen era of the Indus Valley Civilisation. Grand visuals, superlative action sequences and Hrithik Roshan in a never before seen avatar are few major things that strike instantly in its first ..., 1 week ago

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Our Indus Valley Civilisation Could Be Even Older Than The Kings Of Egypt!

History is boring to many people, often eliciting long yawns. But a new development in Indian history should make everyone sit up and take notice. A new study by scientists from IIT-Kharagpur and Archaeological Survey of India which shows that the ...
 Indiatimes3 weeks ago Indus Valley civilisation may pre-date Egypt's pharoahs  News.Az3 weeks ago Indus Valley era 8,000 yrs old, not 5,500 yrs old  Times of India1 month ago Indus Valley Civilization 8,000 years old, not 5,500  Economic Times1 month ago
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A climate change history class

By Phorum Dalal | Posted 4 hours The Indus valley civilisation coped with climate change 7,000 years ago. An IIT-Kharagpur professor is curious about how we will fight global warming Getting to professor Anindya Sarkar is a task. After a ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago Study: Climate change is not responsible  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago 'Climate change probably not responsible for Harappan civilisation collapse'  Yahoo! India1 month ago Climate change probably not responsible for Harappan civilisation collapse  Prokerala1 month ago
India New England

'Harappans in Alamgirpur made clever use of landscape, water availability'

Inhabitants of Harappan settlements found in Uttar Pradesh's Alamgirpur, the easternmost site of the Indus Valley civilisation, channeled their knowledge of the local landscape and water availability to zero on these sites specifically and not just ...
 NetIndia123.com4 days ago Harappans in Alamgirpur made clever use of landscape, water availability  Prokerala4 days ago

Indus Valley Civilisation Dates Back To 8000 BC, Not 5500 BC

To find out how old the civilization is, the researchers dated potteries of Early Mature Harappan time - by a technique called optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) - and found them to be almost 6,000 years old, the oldest known pottery so far. ...
 Equilibrio Informativo4 weeks ago The Indus Valley civilisation is 2,500 years older than previously believed  Quartz1 month ago The Indus Valley civilization is 2,500 years older than previously believed  MSN News US1 month ago Droughts caused Decline of Indus Valley Civilisation say Researchers  One India2 months ago
Free Malaysia Today

Indian author wins Asian book award

Book on a mysterious script of the Indus Valley civilisation wins S$10,000 award for Scholastic Asian Book Award. SINGAPORE: A 31-year-old Indian woman author in Singapore has won the Scholastic Asian Book Award for her 32,000-word manuscript ...
 Free Malaysia Today1 month ago
Hindustan Times

It seems the chicken was first bred in the Indus Valley

Why do Indians love chicken so much? Or is it just North Indians who can't seem to get enough of the bird? I know of several chefs who have been warned that they need to change their menus if they are to succeed in Delhi. One chef at a leading hotel ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

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

Aroma industry progressing: Dixit

The Indian aroma industry is growing 10 to 12 per cent every yeary. But it is still to come of age in the country that has just two per cent global share in the aroma industry while European countries have always taken a lead. Dr Sitaram Dixit, ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Unearthing an advanced and vibrant civilisation at Keezhadi

Second phase of excavation throws up evidence of a huge urban settlement, a rarity in the State : More artefacts unearthed by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) in the second phase of its ongoing excavation at Pallichanthai Thidal of ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
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