105-year-old Urdu copy of Shri Ramcharitmanas found
The copy of Shri Ramcharitmanas, printed in Urdu way back in 1910 at Lahore, was found in a pile of torn books 3 years ago in a scrap market in Delhi.
Neil Armstrong's bag containing traces of moon dust sells for a whopping $1.8 million
The bag was auctioned on the occasion of the 48th anniv...
Viceroy set up Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's death probe: UK website
Lord Archibald Wavell informed his council of ministers on August 27, 194...
When Hemendranath Mazumdar's 1974 painting fetched Rs 15.63 crore at an auction
Jehangir Sabavala’s painting too witnessed competitive bidding.
Who does the Taj Mahal belong to, Assaduddin Owaisi asks Cultural Minister
Minority Affairs Minister and senior SP leader Azam Khan recently said that Taj Mahal should be declared a property of the state's Waqf Board.
Turning a new page, city-based beverage startup takes to publishing new authors
Now, the company is drawing up a plan to distribute the book through online and offline channels. "Depending on the feedback that we get for the book, we will devise a plan for the coming years."
Schools, students fret as CBSE nixes re-evaluation
The board, however, is continuing with the verification (re-calculation) of marks, online application for which opens on Wednesday.
Narendra Modi 'strikes new chord' with Mongolia on maiden visit
The 'morin khuur', also known as horsehead fiddle, is one of the most important musical instruments of the Mongol people, and is considered a symbol of the Mongolian nation.
Sotheby’s New York to hold sale of rock, pop music material
The auction will be led by Bob Dylan’s original hand-written lyrics for the 1965 epic Like A Rolling Stone – the most significant popular music manuscript ever to appear at auction and the song that transformed Dylan from a folk singer to a rock icon.
Perched high: Tawang, a place of absolute serenity
Tourists flock to this quiet town in Arunachal Pradesh as it is home to the indigenous Monpa and Nishing tribe.
PM Narendra Modi gifts Angela Merkel reproductions of CV Raman's papers
The Prime Minister presented the papers to Merkel who herself holds a doctorate in quantum chemistry.
Rare texts unearthed by Christie's in north-west England
The public viewing will give us all a last glimpse into this remarkable succession of men who inherited a passion for books and manuscripts from one another.
I&B ministry revives book on RSS icon Keshav Baliram Hedgewar
Publications Division's first work on a Sangh icon is out in the form of English translation of biography of Keshav Baliram Hedgewar, founder of RSS.
Abul Kalam book row reaches HRD minister Smriti Irani
A book on Maulana Abul Kalam Azad financed by NCPUL, under HRD ministry, has sparked a wave of protest which has now reached Smriti Irani.
Netaji’s grandniece to donate private documents to National Archives of India
Netaji’s grandniece Madhuri Bose has decided to donate her father Amiya Nath Bose’s private documents related to the Bose brothers, to the National Archives of India.
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