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Even Taj adopted by corporate: Deshpande on art gallery row

Citing examples of Taj Mahal and Qutb Minar, Tourism Minister R V Deshpande defended the move to hand over Venkatappa Art Gallery for adoption to a private organisation. Deshpande, who has come under flak from artists, Opposition leaders and even some leaders ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago

Government taking steps to check Qutb's tilt: Minister

The government on Wednesday said it was taking steps to prevent the tilting of Qutub Minar by "water tightening" the base of the historical monumemt here.According to the Survey of India, "The mean rate of annual change in tilt is 3.5 seconds per year with ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Attacks on Africans in Delhi

An African victim of mob violence in Rajpur Khurd in Delhi on Friday. Picture by Ramakant Kushwaha New Delhi, May 27: Over a dozen Africans faced wildcat mob attacks in a south Delhi village last night, beaten with cricket bats, iron rods and ...
 Calcutta Telegraph11 hours ago
SlideShare.net

Exclusive Heritages of India - HolidayKeys.co.uk

Places cover, Delhi, Gwalior, Dholpur, Agra, Fatehpur Sikri, Bharatpur, Jaipur. Day1: Arrival at Delhi airport.Overnight stay. Day 2: After having the breakfast, let's begin your visit with UNESCO World Heritage Site Qutb Minar, which is at 120 ...
 SlideShare.net23 hours ago
Times of India

Mohanlal and Major Ravi to team up for a family drama

Even before their movie on the '71 Indo-Pakistani war has gone on floors, Mohanlal and Major Ravi are in talks for another project based on writer Ambika Nair's short story Qutb Minar. The filmmaker has also roped in the services of scriptwriter ...
 Times of India1 day ago

The colours of Kumbh: It's not just about sadhus ...

It's the world's biggest festival. It's so huge, that its even visible from space — a gathering of over a 100 million people becoming a single mass: the Kumbh Mela. Firstpost travels to the ancient city of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh and brings you ...
 Firstpost.com4 days ago

India Swelters under Heat Wave Conditions in North and Central Regions

NEW DELHI Indians in the capital New Delhi are trying to keep cool amid an ongoing heat wave, as the temperature reached 45 degrees Celsius on Thursday, an epa journalist reported. Local people are using all means at their disposal to cool down, ...
 Latin American Herald Tribune1 week ago

A Contrast in Stone

The most visited site in India is the Taj Mahal at Agra, a short flight south of Delhi and sprawling regional centre that once hosted a large colonial British cantonment. A legacy of the Mohammedan invasion from the north, it was built by ...
 Quadrant Online2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

We at Mahabharata Tours have an itinerary for you

Dear Manavas, Danavas, Daityas and others, welcome to Indraprastha, the capital of the great nation of Bharatvarsha, on this bright and sunny New Year's Day of 2130. I am your tour guide. I hope you had a pleasant flight — Air Aryavarta is second ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Travel service launches #WheelchairWanderlust competition

Prev By Suprita Mitter | Posted 2 hours This summer, an accessible travel service just launched #WheelchairWanderlust competition, where a wheelchair-user can win a completely accessible holiday Founded by Yeshwant Rao Holkar, Umoja ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
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