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Sep 18, 2017
3 cops protect one VIP but just 1 for every 663 aam aadmi: Abysmal ratio aided violent riots over past 5 yearsWhile three police personnel guard one VIP on average, only one policeman is available for 663 common citizens
Sep 17, 2017
Travelling with the Van Gujjars: Tracing a forest-dwelling nomadic tribe's spring migrationThe Van Gujjars, who trace their origins back to Kashmir, first came to the Shivaliks some 1,500 years ago
Sep 14, 2017
Japanese incubator Mistletoe unveils new agri-food technology accelerator in IndiaThe accelerator would invest in start-ups that work with various aspects of food and agriculture technologies.
Sep 08, 2017
ISL 2017-18: Delhi Dynamos to visit Spain and Qatar on pre-season tour, play friendlies with local sidesA revamped Delhi Dynamos side will begin their preparations for season four of the Indian Super League (ISL) by heading off for a 41-day pre-season tour in Spain and Qatar, starting from 10 September.
Sep 06, 2017
Blue Whale Challenge: Shivraj Singh Chouhan says MP govt making efforts to ban lethal gameShivraj Singh Chouhan has said his government is making efforts to ban the online game 'Blue Whale Challenge', which allegedly incites players to commit suicide.
Sep 04, 2017
Watch: Essential parts of an Onam SadhyaArray
Sep 03, 2017
Art without borders: The Pind Collective brings together Indian, Pakistani artists for an exchange of ideas, cultureThe Pind Collective has brought together 10 artists from both India and Pakistan, to respond to themes like 'Home' and 'Resistance' in their artworks
Sep 01, 2017
Historian challenges Yogi Adityanath's statement that Taj Mahal 'has no connection with Indian culture'Noted Mughal historian R Nath, who has written over 50 books and authored more than 200 research papers, accused the chief minister of belittling the genius and excellence of people and ignoring the contribution of Mughal rulers to Indian arts, culture and literature
Sep 01, 2017
Hurricane Harvey: Indian-Americans help thousands stranded in Texas deluge with food, medical aidThough they themselves are affected by Hurricane Harvey, Indian-Americans have formed numerous volunteer groups by using Facebook and Whatsapp to communicate details about the families affected in each locality
Aug 28, 2017
NCERT to work on courses about India's tradition, culture, says Prakash JavadekarThe National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) would work upon certain courses about history of India's tradition and culture, human resource development minister Prakash Javadekar said on Monday.