The graves "include some with a well or several burial wells and other cemeteries with a sloping corridor that ends with a burial room", the ministry said in a statement.
The book will tell the story of how the drugmaker managed to develop an effective vaccine against COVID-19 in a remarkably short period of time — months instead of years.
Condolences came in from the Assam government and from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In This Case reprises two dominant themes in Basquiat's work, anatomy and representation of African-American characters.
As We Need to Talk about Kevin turns 10, a look at what made it such a haunting meditation on motherhood
An unshakeable experience and a daring experiment in film form, Lynne Ramsay's We Need to Talk About Kevin challenged conventional wisdom on what makes for a good adaptation.
Broadway shows thrive on tourists — who were roughly two-thirds of the people in the seats before the pandemic struck — and producers are banking that visitor numbers will be up by fall. The hope is that theater lovers — both tourists and New Yorkers — will loudly cheer the return.
The book also shows how a stiffly polarised political scene endangers democracy.
How unsanctioned street art complicates idea of 'ownership' of public space, and the inherent politics of art
Unsanctioned, therefore, uncensored street art makes for a viable platform for social commentary and political critique, giving space and form to public opinion.
100 days since Myanmar's military takeover, how the country continues to resist force, fight for democracy
The military takeover of Myanmar early in the morning of 1 February reversed the country's slow climb towards democracy after five decades of army rule. But Myanmar's citizens were not shy about demanding their democracy be restored.
A new biography chronicles Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, a novelist who went on a quest for an authentic life
Ann McCutchan’s plain-spoken new biography “The Life She Wished to Live” is a sensitive observation of Rawlings’ work and of her deeply unconventional life in general.
Dedicated is Davis’ attempt to show that commitment, so often associated with conservatism and traditionalism, can be a radical act.
Almost every morning for the last two decades, Juliet has appeared. She swoops onto the zoo enclosure where macaws are kept and, through its fence, engages in grooming behavior that looks like conjugal canoodling.
Those brave enough to get a Pfizer vaccine shot receive a “vaccination diploma,” which is aptly illustrated with a fanged medical worker brandishing a syringe.
Sharma takes over 24 May at the digital-only publication after McCammond and the Condé Nast title parted ways before her appointment took effect.
Alongside the journey through Dylan’s artistic landscape, the new exhibition will include curated immersive and interactive displays of his music and literary works adding context of this multi-faceted talent and his impact on popular culture spanning over half a century.
The Ventilator Project documents a thrilling 90-day startup journey, holds a mirror to our administrative flaws
The book makes one appreciate the challenges behind making a medtech product in India, while also showcasing the kind of roadblocks that an innovator faces when bringing their products to markets.
The seriousness of this book never gets in the way of the breathless fun. Tapper obviously enjoyed sourcing it, writing it and using can-you-top-this gamesmanship from start to finish. Just when you think he’s pulled the biggest rabbit out of his hat, he turns out to have been hiding something bigger.
South Africa's romcom wave is reimagining Johannesburg, challenging notions of 'African backwardness'
South Africa’s Black romcoms break with the tales of racial reconciliation and the rainbow intimacies of a prior generation of English-language romantic comedies.
With COVID-19 exposing cracks in our healthcare systems, countries must also reorient their climate agenda
As health systems near their limit in places like India and Nepal, a resetting of global priorities towards disaster anticipation rather than merely disaster management is required.
Taslima Nasreen tests positive for COVID-19; says she contracted virus despite isolating at home for over a year
In a lengthy Facebook post, Nasreen informed her followers that she had been ‘living alone with her cat for over a year’ and wished she knew how she caught the virus.