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More than 1,500 dead as magnitude 7.8 quake rocks Nepal

New Delhi , April 25: Strong tremors were felt in the northern states of the country including Delhi, NCR, Bihar, and West Bengal due to a massive earthquake in Nepal on Saturday. According to reports, the earthquake measured 7.9 on the Richter ... Oneindia, 5 hours ago

Keats of the ASI

Of Sanderson, Delhi's monuments, Mughal and British. John Keats died in his twenties; so did Gordon Sanderson, on whom an exhibition at India International Centre ended last week. Like Keats, Sanderson too left a lasting impression, not on poetry ...
 The Hindu6 days ago Sanderson's Delhi diary on display  The Hindu2 weeks ago

Plastic waste to fuel trains

New Delhi, April 17: Indian Railways is mulling a plan to turn waste plastic bags, bottles and cups into diesel through a waste-to-wealth technology developed by a government research laboratory in Dehradun. Union science and technology minister ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

If Delhi doesn't go to Bharat...

Farmers camp in Jantar Mantar on Friday as a few girls pick their way through the protest site in the capital. Picture by Prem Singh New Delhi, March 20: Around a dozen children are lying on the road, some fast asleep. A few middle-aged men are ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Taj Mahal top attraction for virtual travellers

AGRA'S Taj Mahal has emerged as one of the most popular Google Street View destinations in Asia for global virtual travellers, according to a Google statement. The monument was ranked as one of the most globally viewed destinations by people in ...
 Asiaone1 month ago

Around the World in (about) 67 Days

Paige Lange | Contributing Writer I have been bitten by the travel bug. Since this parasite has infected me, I have the desire to spread the disease far and wide because traveling is just too dang amazing for you not to do it. All you have to do ...
 Azusa Pacific University Clause1 month ago

Admission racket gone awry?

try of Home Affairs (MHA) has sought a lowdown from Delhi Police on the shootout near Mehrauli in South Delhi, which left one person dead and another critically injured. Delhi Police investigation into the case uncovers Rs12 lakh bounty as the prime ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

From the past pages of dawn : 1965 : Fifty years ago : Tombs in Swat

ROME: A team of Italian archaeologists under the guidance of Prof Giuseppe Tucci, Director for the Middle East and Far East, has made important archaeological discoveries in Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan. These discoveries made during work of ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Sri Lanka beat India by six wickets

As an Electronic and Print Media Personality, I was fortunate to commentate on three world cups 1996 (SL-India-Pakistan), 1999 (England) and the last world cup, where Indians annexed it for the second time, at Wankhede stadium Mumbai, India. Its the ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago

Indian nationality as viewed by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

anti-colonial struggle was on the Congress leadership nurtured all through a conviction of the organic unity between Hindu and Muslim communities. And what happened is that this conviction steeled Muslim League's resolve to turn its face away from ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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