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About 8 results for "lion capital of ashoka"

Damaged Sculpture Widens Crack Between Mamata and Centre
New Indian Express

Statue Cracks Mamata-UPA Relationship

An ancient Lion Capital has shaken the pillars of power ahead of a heated poll season. The 300 BC Rampurva Capital built in the time of Ashoka the Great, that got damaged while being shifted to a new building at the Indian Museum in Kolkata, the ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Sarnath digging after 80 years

New Delhi, March 12: The Archaeological Survey of India has resumed excavation at Sarnath, the site of Buddha's first sermon, after over 80 years. The ASI decided to revisit the site, near Varanasi, as there is no archaeological evidence that ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago ASI launches excavation to ascertain Sarnath's actual age  Times of India1 month ago
Silicon India

Finance Ministry cracks whip on Income Tax using 'state emblem' on vehicles

NEW DELHI: Even as the controversy over the incorrect usage of red beacons brews, the Finance Ministry has cracked its whip on instances of some unauthorisedly flashing the 'state emblem' on their vehicles. The incident came to light after the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Finmin cracks whip on I-T officers using emblem on vehicle  The Freepress Journal1 month ago
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