In The Break of Dawn, illustrated tales of Awadh's struggles during India's First War of Independence
Originally published in Urdu under the title Aghaaz-e-Sahar, The Break of Dawn is a reminder of a time when Indians of all classes and faiths came together to fight for the honour and freedom of their homeland.
'Naya Bharatiya Samvidhan' PDF carrying image of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat circulated on social media; case filed against unidentified persons
'The content given in it intends to create hatred and malign the image of the RSS and its head', the complaint said
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All the students who committed suicide in Telangana were from state-run colleges with poor background.
LS polls: UP's Awadh to see several high-pitched battles; fortunes of Rahul Gandhi, Rajnath Singh to be decided
The Awadh region, which has given India three prime ministers in the past, will be the most keenly-watched part of Uttar Pradesh.
Lok Sabha Election 2019, Uttar Pradesh profile: Of 18 seats in Awadh, BJP won in 16 in 2014; Rae Bareli went for Sonia Gandhi
Except for Rae Bareli, which was won by former Congress president Sonia Gandhi, and Kannauj, which was won by Dimple Yadav of the Samajwadi Party, rest were won by the BJP.
The "last prince of Awadh" was found dead on 2 September in Delhi's 'Malcha Mahal', police said; but, the story of Ali Raza, known as Cyrus, is no ordinary tale
This was not the first time that Mayawati had talked of dividing the state into four parts.
UP Election 2017: BJP has all grounds covered as RSS soothes dissatisfaction, campaigns at grassroots level
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is the lifeline of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and is already playing a crucial role in the ongoing Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly Election as a grassroots level campaigner and organiser while soothing dissatisfied party workers
Dazzling in its visuals and costume drama, Jaanisaar attempts to recreate a romanticised, 19th-century Awadh