After UP, 'Tanhaji' declared tax-free in Haryana; movie also enters Rs 100 cr-club
The film will also be made tax-free in Maharashtra.
Ayodhya dispute spanning Mughal, colonial & post-Independence era ends on Nov 9, 2019
Referring to the chequered past of the dispute, a bench...
Taj Mahal will now be in Agravan, instead of Agra?
BJP MLA Jagan Prasad Garg, who passed away recently, had earlier written a letter to Yogi ...
Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya: Jama Masjid Shahi Imam says matter shouldn't be stretched further
The Supreme Court's verdict cleared the way for the construction of a Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya, and directed the Centre to allot a 5-acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board for building a mosque. "We accept the court order and the Hindu-Muslim issue which had been going on for several years should come to an end now," Bukhari said.
Ayodhya Verdict: None of the five judges were born when 1st suit was filed
Babri Masjid was demolished on December 6, 1992. All five judges were appointed as HC judges in or after 2000.
Northeast's love for Turkeys and the challenges faced by those raising them
There are not all that many turkeys in India – 4,23,374 in the census, compared to 80.78 crore chickens. But this represents a whopping 66.8% increase over 2012, so clearly more people, particularly in Assam, are raising turkeys. Manipur, Nagaland and Tripura also have relatively high numbers of turkeys.
Local connect: Schools in Bengaluru take a trip to city’s past, thanks to INTACH
Free history classes during school hours for seventh and eighth graders focus on the history of the city.
Irish butter may be winning hearts; but the desi 'makhan' is still the king of all
Irish butter was traditionally produced from cultured cream.
View: Time for Pakistan to resolve its identity crisis
To stop further erosion of the much derided `two-nation’ theory, Pakistan has adopted a two-pronged policy. They projected themselves to be part of the Arab Middle East rather than the geographical entity rooted in the Indian sub-continent.
View: Laying down the law
Being semi-prone in public has been seen as both a sign of weakness and power.
From Nizams of Hyderabad to Nawab of Awadh, Indian royals who haven’t lived life king-size
The last royal occupant of the Malcha Mahal, Prince Ali Raza, died in poverty in 2017.
Road Construction Machines: Brief history of roadways and types of equipment used in modern-day road construction
India’s infrastructure dreams, be it projects undertaken by the government, builders or individuals, would require the use of best in class machinery to be accomplished.
Google Doodle pays tribute to 'Maker of Modern India', Raja Rammohun Roy
The doodle, created by Toronto-based designer Beena Mistry, marks his 246th birth anniversary.
An ode to the timeless asafoetida
A resin-like extract from a plant of the celery family native to Iran and Afghanistan, hing or asafoetida is an ancient spice.
Guns and tourists: Aboard the unlikely India-Pakistan 'friendship bus'
What is also known as the 'dosti (friendship) bus' runs daily except Sundays between Delhi and the Pakistani city of Lahore.
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