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JKSRTC announces Srinagar to Rajouri bus service via Mughal rd

JKSRTC announces Srinagar to Rajouri bus service via Mughal rd Jammu and Kashmir State Road Transport Corporation (JKSRTC) today announced maiden bus service from Srinagar to Rajouri via Mughal road - an alternate road connecting Kashmir with Jammu region. Sify, 48 minutes ago

Last Mughal king's summer palace fights losing battle against squatters

Located in the overcrowded Mehrauli village in south Delhi, emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar's summer palace continues to reel under government apathy and neglect.
 Times of India13 hours ago

History behind names

The decision to change the name of a tree-lined road dedicated to the Mughal ruler in order to honour one of our Presidents seems to be part of the right wing’s warped view of the past as present...
 The Hindu20 hours ago
The Hindu

RSS to push for renaming roads named after Mughals

Now that the decision to rename the Capitals Aurangzeb Road after the former President, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, has been red-flagged for violating a central law, efforts are afoot from within the Sangh Parivar to push for amending the 1975-vintage guideline ...
 The Hindu2 days ago Aurangzeb to Kalam: A road to history revisited  Times of India3 days ago Renaming Aurangzeb Road after Kalam isn't right: Delhi ...  Firstpost.com1 day ago Delhi exits cruel Aurangzeb Road for kind Abdul Kalam  Indian Express5 days ago

Why target Aurangzeb alone, Mr Kejriwal?

Yes, Aurangzeb was a tyrant who ill-treated his subjects. But was he the only Mughal emperor guilty of this, asks Syed Firdaus Ashraf. Last week, after Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Twitter that Aurangzeb Road was being renamed A P J Abdul Kalam Road, I asked a friend how he felt about the renaming. "The renaming is justified," he felt. "Aurangzeb was a tyrant and an enemy of Hindus. He destroyed many temples. Among the temples raided during Aurangzeb's reign were the Kashi ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Renaming Aurangzeb road reflects warped view of past as present  Hindustan Times3 days ago Shiv Sena's Uddhav says Maharashtra city named for Aurangzeb to be renamed  Economic Times4 days ago Aurangzeb in love  Deccan chronicle2 weeks ago

The trouble with renaming roads

New Delhi: In his lifetime, Aurangzeb, the sixth Mughal emperor rarely lost a battle he waged, including the famed siege of Golconda but he was no match for the political moves of the 21st century. Over the weekend, Delhi's Aurangzeb Road, famed not ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago
Times of India

Jain path to truth & beauty

On Sunday , the participants of the TOI-Heritage Walk series were introduced to a city which made the Mughal em Pre peror Akbar ban animal slaughter.The walk revealed how the powerful and influential Jain Madir to Masjid walk community showed the ...
 Times of India3 days ago

Retired post office clerk builds his own 'Taj Mahal'

Unlike the Mughal emperor's monument that is a popular tourist destination, Faizul Hasan Qadri wants his Taj to remain just a shrine of his love for his wife. Manavi Kapur reports. The residents of Kaser Kalan, a small village in Uttar Pradesh's Bulandshahr district didn't expect to have a new landmark in their village. But the "mini" Taj Mahal has become just that. Visible from the main highway, this "monument" has made the tiny lane popular with inquisitive visitors, including a car from ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago 80-year-old postmaster builds Taj Mahal replica for his deceased wife  Jagran Post1 week ago Man builds mini Taj Mahal for his beloved wife  Daily Times1 week ago Small wonder: Indian postmaster builds own Taj Mahal for late wife  The Express Tribune1 week ago
Times of India

Twelve tribals booked for stealing treasure trove of Mughal period coins in Madhya Pradesh

BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh police on Sunday booked twelve labourers on charges of 'stealing' a treasure trove of ancient coins they chanced upon while excavating land in Mandla district. Police said, they were working on a new pipe line project ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Nawabi, Nizami, Mughal & Maratha: How kebabs represent a triumph of imaginative, inventive cooking

Nawabi, Nizami, Mughal and Maratha kebabs are back on fashionable menus. The story of dorrey & chapli, pathar & Bihari, and the mythic 300-plus masalas in the galauti. By: Anoothi Vishal "Imagination is the beginning of creation..." — George Bernard Shaw If ...
 Economic Times4 days ago
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