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World War I: Lest we forget

THESE ARE stories, compelling and untold, that have largely been forgotten. Not too many people would be aware of the fact that over seven lakh Indian soldiers crossed the seven seas and fought on behalf of the British Empire, thousands never to ... Financial Express, 1 week ago

Why are images considered sacred or offensive by some?

Aniconism has existed in all major religions January 14, 2015 As the debate rages over whether it's free speech or abusive to create images that offend people of a particular race or religion (in our current example, Muslims or at least Radical ...
 Psychology Today2 weeks ago

Fell unknown, remembered now with respect

exhibition of photographs and battle-field paraphernalia honours the lives of 75,000 Indians who lost their lives in World War I Ritika Bhatia January 10, 2015 Last Updated at 20:42 IST Around two years ago, as plans were kicking into gear all over ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
The Week


The richness of Indian textiles reflects the varying landscape of India. The range of the landscape is immense¯from the lush green tropical environment of Bengal and Kerala, where the dominant colour is white, to the scrub lands of Rajasthan and ...
 The Week1 month ago

Rs 30 crore lifeline for aging Planetarium

KOLKATA: A temporary disappointment, but something out-of-the-earth to toast for. City landmark Birla Planetarium will be closed for nine months in the New Year to give birth to a spectacular cosmic experience ahead of next Christmas. This will be a ...
 Times of India1 month ago

King Asoka's place in the annals of Buddhist History

There are various literary sources in which King Asoka is described as one who did great misdeeds before he was converted to Buddhism. The main sources are Samantapasadika and Asokavadana and he was called Chandasoka because of the misdeeds. He had ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago

ASI at loggerheads with Madhya Pradesh over flying choppers on heritage sites

BHOPAL: Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has locked horns with the Madhya Pradesh government over flying choppers over two of its two most protected world heritage sites -- Khajuraho's western group temples and SanchiStupa of Raisen. The flying ...
 Times of India1 month ago

The 30 Ajanta Caves

TheAjanta Caves are situated at a distance of 107 km north of Aurangabad, the district headquarters. The caves attained the name from a nearby village named Ajanta located about 12 km.These caves were discovered by an Army Officer Sir James ...
 Speaking Tree1 month ago
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