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Lost in the South
Open Magazine

Lost in the South

AFTER A PLETHORA of books on north India, it was a pleasure to read a book about the south. Coromandel is the name given to the coastline of northern Tamil Nadu. However, the book covers a much larger area: the land south of the Vindhyas, from Maharashtra in ... Open Magazine, 1 month ago
DNA

Katas Raj temple: Kashmiri pandits hail Pak supreme court over renovation verdict

Situated 207 kilometers north of Muzaffarabad (capital of PoK) in Athmuqam Neelam Valley, the Sharada temple is located near the confluence of Kishan Ganga River and Mudhumati stream.
 DNA2 months ago
DNA

Rahul Gandhi continues his temple run in Karnataka

Stepping up attack on the BJP during his Jana Ashirwada Yatra campaign for coming assembly elections, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday claimed that while the Siddaramaiah government is ending a scam-free term, the BJP had broken "world records" in ...
 DNA1 week ago BJP minister Anant Kumar Hegde terms Rahul Gandhi 'fake Hindu'  Sify4 days ago Rahul Gandhi again on two-day hectic campaigning in Gujarat  Sify2 months ago
Sify

Will Indian Muslims take a break from too much focus on electoral politics?

Many Muslims are rather disheartened by the increasing marginalisation of Muslims in the Indian polity. A number of commentators on the community politics have been ruing the fact that Muslim voters were a non-factor in the just concluded Gujarat elections.
 Sify1 month ago
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Want to experience white Christmas in India?

You wouldn't want to miss these unexplored, mesmerising snow hamlets in India. A breathtaking view of the frozen Yumthang valley below from Zero Point/Yumesamdong.Photograph: Kind courtesy Sayan Bhattacharjee/Creative Commons Christmas Special: Inside a 1000-yr-old mine India is a land blessed with myriad of mysterious and charming destinations that beckon of mesmerising natural splendor. Those who think they have been everywhere and have seen everything would be pleasantly surprised to ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
DNA

Will prayers reach god from illegally built temples, asks Delhi High Court

Will prayers reach god if you pray from temples built illegally on pavements? This was a question posed by the Delhi High Court today as it dealt with a case of removing encroachments from around the 108-feet tall Hanuman statue in the Karol Bagh area of ...
 DNA2 months ago Prosecute officials under whose tenure Hanuman idol was constructed: Delhi High Court  DNA2 months ago

A dialogue with JC | Triumph at int’l court: It’s victory of India’s rising clout at global level

Q: Heartily congratulation. How did this miracle happen that you got 183 out of 193 votes? A : India is gaining respect in the world. Apart from 183 votes in the general assembly; all 15 members of the Security Council voted in our favour, which means that ...
 DNA2 months ago
Business Standard

Rahul trying to induce political culture based on hypocrisy: Jitendra Singh

Minister of State for the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region Jitendra Singh on Monday said Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was trying to induce a political culture based on lies and hypocrisy into the nation."Rahul Gandhi is trying to induce ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Jitendra Singh: Rahul trying to induce political culture based on hypocrisy  catchnews.com2 months ago
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Lucidly informative Coromandel, A Personal History... exposes Charles Allen's love for the Raj

Title: Coromandel, A Personal History of South India Author: Charles Allen Publisher: Little Brown, 2017 As a devoted reader of Charles Allen, Coromandel, A Personal History of South India – his third book – overwhelmed me with its lucidity and ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
Mathrubhumi

Two bike-borne men snatch Indian diplomat's cell phone in Delhi

New Delhi: Indian diplomat Eenam Gambhir, who has become a known name for her strong criticism of Pakistan at the UN, had her cell phone stolen by two bike-borne men while she was out on a walk in Delhi, police said on Monday. Gambhir is posted as First ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago
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