Ayodhya verdict: SC delivers a nuanced, pragmatic and balanced judgment that corrects historical wrong, restores sense of balance
The Supreme Court verdict in the Ayodhya case goes pretty close to addressing the subterranean sense of injustice that Hindus long suffered from.
Findings from Keeladi excavation site have a clear message for modern cities: Cherish your water, or perish
Today, as the peripheries of our cities experience a seasonal ‘Day Zero’ and our water future looks to become decidedly more temperamental, the Keeladi site almost serves as a ‘Back to the Future’ moment for our cities
Ayodhya hearing: Hindu temple was destroyed to construct mosque, Ram Lalla's counsel tells Supreme Court
Appearing for the deity, senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan referred to a report by the Archaeological Survey of India to buttress claims that the disputed area in Ayodhya had a Hindu temple.
Bhopal Police claims to have arrested accused for allegedly raping 8-year-old girl, says 'he will get punishment in a month'
Police claimed to have arrested the accused who allegedly raped the 8-year-old girl whose body was found in a drain close to her house in Bhopal in wee hours on Sunday.
In Narendra Modi's constituency of Varanasi, demolition of 250-year-old buildings for religious corridor creates resentment
Many Varanasi residents are concerned about the way around 300 buildings in the heart of the city were demolished to construct the Sri Kashi Vishwanath Corridor.
Dabangg 3: Salman Khan, production team issued ASI notice for damaging antique figurine during shoot
The Archaeological Survey of India has served notice to a production firm of Salman Khan-starrer Dabangg3 ordering them to remove two film set pieces constructed inside Jal Mahal in Mandu, Madhya Pradesh
After spending years restoring several barracks within the Red Fort, The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has opened the multistorey barracks to the public.
Monumental neglect: In dire need of reinvigoration, Red Fort's 'superficial' conservation lacks the right approach
India’s celebrated monuments, including the Red Fort, are in dire need of reinvigoration.
Narendra Modi urges people to participate in preserving India's archaeological legacy, boost tourism
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday pitched for people's participation in preserving India's archaeological legacy and questioned the rules which prohibit them from clicking photographs at certain monuments.
Tirumala chief priest sacked following his allegations against TTD: A case of shadow boxing between TDP and BJP?
TDP sacked Tirumala temple chief priest AV Ramana Deekshitulu as it believed that he was playing politics - it smells a BJP hand behind his outburst.
Red Fort 'adopted' by Dalmia group: Corporate role in restoring heritage monuments needs greater scrutiny
The idea of outsourcing the maintenance of heritage monuments to private companies is not new, but it has to be executed with greater sophistication.
Goa government overcomes initial opposition after Red Fort row, says it will support Centre's 'Adopt a Heritage' scheme
The Goa government decided not to oppose listing of the state's heritage monuments under a Central government project designed to rope in private and public firms for maintaining such structures
Red Fort row: MoU with Dalmia Bharat group attracts criticism but Centre's move has many global precedents
The Centre's MoU with the Dalmia Bharat group for maintaining the Red Fort has generated controversy. However, there are numerous global precedents.
Astronomy education in India is lacking and only a handful of universities are taking the initiative, says ASI president
The number of UG-level colleges with courses in astronomy and astrophysics is tiny and at the school level, astronomy does not figure in the curriculum.
Benjamin Netanyahu and wife Sara visit Taj Mahal; tight security measures prohibit other visitors during Israeli PM's visit
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara arrived at Agra on Tuesday morning to see the Taj Mahal.
ASI to restrict number of tourists visiting Taj Mahal to 40,000 daily, put a three-hour cap on each ticket
The Archaeological Survey of India is likely to restrict the number of tourists visiting the Taj Mahal to 40,000 daily, and put a three-hour cap on each ticket holder to tour the 17th-century Mughal monument in a bid to preserve the heritage site, a source in the culture ministry told PTI.
CBI has arrested a Delhi Police crime branch officer and another person for allegedly accepting a bribe
Till another mission is sent to Saturn, the observations and images captured by Cassini will be the last data set available to scientists.
Babri Masjid-Ram Mandir case: Allahabad HC appoints two additional judges as observers following apex court's orders
Two additional district judges have been appointed as observers at the Babri Masjid Ram Janambhoomi site in Ayodhya
The observations from Cassini have helped scientists better understand exactly why the moon is split into light and dark regions.