Sangam Age Is Older Than Previously Thought

🕔18:08, 20.Sep 2019

In a major turning point in the cultural historiography of the ancient Sangam Age, the Tamil Nadu Archaeology Department (TNAD) has stated that the cultural deposits unearthed during excavations at Keeladi in Sivaganga district in TAMIL Nadu could be traced

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 Engineers Day: Sir Visvesvaraya’s Contribution To Nation Building

🕔17:05, 16.Sep 2019

In India, 15 September every year is celebrated as Engineers day as a tribute to the greatest Indian Engineer, Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. ‘Engineering for Change’ is the theme of Engineers Day 2019. About Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya Visvesvaraya was born on 15

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The Munich Agreement and the road to World War II, 80 years ago

🕔16:50, 2.Sep 2019

On 2nd September 1, 1939 — German troops marched into Poland, triggering the beginning of World War II. World War II, also called Second World War, was a conflict that involved virtually every part of the world during the years

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Pothamalamenhirs Stand Guard On Ancient Necropolis

🕔17:41, 12.Jul 2019

The sighting of new menhirs in Kerala has thrown light on the possible existence of a major ancient necropolis there. Read this article to know more about the pothamalamenhirs stand guard on ancient necropolis. Details It is perhaps the largest-ever

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🕔15:02, 19.May 2019

India’s national war memorial (first proposed in 1960) was inaugurated at the India Gate complex in Delhi by the PM. About Spread across 40 acres, it is built to honour soldiers who laid down their lives defending the nation, post-independence.

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Humanist, feminist: Why Iswarchandra Vidyasagar matters

🕔13:39, 17.May 2019

News A statue of Iswarchandra Vidyasagar was vandalised in Kolkata on 14th May Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar Early life Ishwar Chandra Bandopadhyaya was born on September 26, 1820, in Birsingha village of Midnapore district in a poor Brahmin family. After his elementary

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