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10 ways you can holiday in India
Outlook Traveller

10 ways you can holiday in India

From learning Indian martial arts to exploring Mawsmai cave in Meghalaya, read on to know more about how you can spend your holidays in India Sankar Sridhar Walking on the frozen Zanskar River1/3photos Outlook Traveller Mawsmai cave in ... Outlook Traveller, 8 hours ago

Perpetuating prejudice as definitive history

Centuries of iconoclasm by Muslim armies cannot be equated with stray instances of Hindu rulers taking the tutelary deity of a defeated king to their own realms. It's time to re-write our books An ugly controversy has been created over an alleged ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
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Seeing Beyond Space and Place Through Indian Contemporary Art

CHICAGO A panel discussion on Space and Place: Transcending Local Meaning in Indian Contemporary Art was presented by Eye on India Festival at downtown co-host Kavi Gupta Gallery, June 11. Moderated by Tanya Gill, the conversation was between ...
 News India Times1 month ago
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New PBS series to spark tours of exotic locales in Northern India

If youre a fan of the British series Downton Abbey , TV critics say you won't want to miss a single episode of a new series this one set in India -- slated to air on PBS the fall. Called Indian Summers, the new, 10-episode drama tells the story of ...
 Examiner.com1 month ago
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New graphic novel about Golcanda Fort's history is impressive

Prev By Suprita Mitter | Posted 6 hours What: History books are not for everyone, but writer, illustrator, Nikhil Gulati's new graphic novel —Shepherd's Hill — the rise and fall of Golconda, is a refreshing change. It takes the reader ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
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Indira Gandhi: Goddess and her terror turn

Forty years after the declaration of Emergency by Indira Gandhi, Sunanda K Datta-Ray recalls life when civil rights were suspended and press censorship was in force Silver-haired and baby-faced, Jayantilal Choteylal Shah couldn't contain his laughter. He rolled and giggled in the maroon velvet armchair that had been set for him on a stage in Patiala House. The packed room took its cue from the judge and laughed and clapped uproariously. The cause of merriment was a witness referring to a Delhi ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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