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Sep 03, 2017
As iconic British Residency building in Hyderabad is restored, a look back at its monumental historyAn architectural marvel designed by Lieutenant Samuel Russell of the Madras Engineers, the British Residency was reduced to a state which was a fry cry from its grandiose past, where it symbolised the supremacy, power and wealth of the British Empire
Aug 07, 2017
Mughals disappearing from textbooks across the country as history seems subject to changeThere has been a steady movement to remove Mughals from history textbooks across the country and replace that space with text on Hindu rulers.
Jun 30, 2017
Watch: China is building world's first forest cityArray
Apr 27, 2017
MIT engineers develop robotic system that can 3D print housesThis system is known as the Digital Construction Platform (DCP) and has the capability to 3D print structures for human habitation.
Jan 23, 2017
As Mumbai's Flora Fountain gets restored, authorities find an intriguing way to cover the iconic siteArray
Nov 28, 2016
Relive the glory of Mandu's historic ruins with a 360-degree walkthroughA 360 degree walk-through showcases the ruins of the city of Mandavgarh, also known as Mandu, and its exquisite Afghan architecture, including structures like the Jahaj Mahal, Hindola Mahal
Oct 12, 2016
Bengaluru's proposed steel flyover a 'disaster' in making, say expertsSiddaramaiah government's hurriedness to clear the construction of a steel flyover will destroy city's architecture say experts, as protest against the flyover mounts up in Bengaluru
Oct 04, 2016
Mosaic Tile House in Venice, California: An artist couple made a drab cottage their canvasArtists Gonzalo Duran and his wife Cheri Pann converted a drab cottage in Venice, California, into the bright Mosaic Tile House
Mar 28, 2016
Syria's Palmyra can be restored 'in five years': Maamoun AbdulkarimSyria's antiquities chief said on Monday that his department would need five years to restore the ancient ruins of Palmyra damaged by the Islamic State jihadist group.
Mar 05, 2016
There goes the neighbourhood: Author Amit Chaudhuri talks about Kolkata and its decaying heritageWhenever people lavish praise on Kolkata’s buildings they usually mean the grand old palaces in the north (the ‘black town’) or the massive colonial edifices dominating the city’s business district – giving Kolkata the nomenclature of “city of palaces” in the hoary past.