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The protectors of Delhi’s ‘beautiful women’

In school, while being taught about the reign of Sher Shah Suri, we read the eminent historian Akbar Khan state that “a decrepit old woman might place a basket full of gold ornaments on her head and go on a journey, and no thief or robber would come near ... Times of India, 2 hours ago

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Sher Shah Suri II

While inaugurating the signal-free corridor of Islamabad Expressway, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resiled from claims associated with his government and tried a dose of realism to mitigate the criticism being heaped on its head regarding load ...
 Daily Times1 month ago
The Express Tribune

The road to prosperity? Local govt to spend most funds on roads

KARACHI: Pakistan's leadership seems to draw a lot of inspiration from Sher Shah Suri — the Pashtun ruler credited with building the Grand Trunk Road. The Sindh government seems to be particularly taken with the idea of building roads, with a ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Building obsession: Govt seems inspired by Sher Shah Suri, says MQM

Says constr­ucting highwa­ys and neglec­ting health and educat­ion not right approa­ch . MQM leader Farooq Sattar. PHOTO: AFP KARACHI: Two days after the unveiling of the Rs4.451 trillion federal budget 2015-16, the Muttahida Qaumi ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Restoration of Sher Shah's Lal Darwaza begins

Part of the gate collapsed due to heavy rain in 2012. (Source: Express Photo by Praveen Khanna) The repair and restoration of Sher Shah Gate or Lal Darwaza has finally taken off. A substantial portion of the centuries-old monument located on ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
New Indian Express

States' Revenue up as Taj Stays on Top

NEW DELHI: The alluring romance of famous monuments seems to be getting a little jaded with lesser-known ones tucked away in mofussil India garnering increased interest by domestic and foreign tourists. While the iconic Taj Mahal continues to ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago States' Monumental Revenue Rise as Taj Mahal Stays on Top  New Indian Express2 days ago
Outlook Traveller

10 best places to visit in India for their heritage

Here's our list of Indian cities where you can feel the pulsating beats of heritage and culture Selvaprakash. L A street in the French colony in Pondicherry1/5photos Sudharak Olwe / Dinodia Photo A village belle in Bhubaneshwar2/5photos ...
 Outlook Traveller4 days ago
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The soldier who became a legend

A fortnight after he became the face of the Indian soldier in the Kargil war, on July 8, 1999, Vikram Batra died. He was mortally wounded after fighting through the night while recapturing Peak 4875. He was ill, but had insisted that he was fit for the mission and completed it in a manner that put him alongside some of India's greatest military heroes. Eleven years ago, to mark the fifth anniversary of the Kargil war, Rediff.com's Archana Masih and photographer Seema Pant traveled to Palampur ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Imaraat: The fabric of history

One of the more popular legends associated with Chanderi is that of Baiju Bawra, or Baiju the crazy. Baijnath Mishra, better known as Baiju Bawra was a dhrupad musician from medieval India. Nearly all the information on him comes from legends and ...
 Financial Chronicle1 week ago the fabric of history  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Where was the Chandni in the Chowk?

Most know the palimpsestic personality of this city of cities -a complex of seven mega settlements, the oldest of which is the putative Pandava's Indraprastha. Their very names - Shahjahanabad, Mehrauli, Lutyens' Delhi -summon a chapter in history. ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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