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Scars of a rebellious Delhi: Kashmere Gate, Khooni Darwaza and other reminders of the Great Rebellion of 1857
Life

Scars of a rebellious Delhi: Kashmere Gate, Khooni Darwaza and other reminders of the Great Rebellion of 1857

Remnants of the fateful days of the Great Rebellion of 1857 remain hidden in plain sight within the city, but some of them have been wiped out completely for several reasons: the changed course of the Yamuna, political one-upmanship, apathy.

Ram Ki Janmabhoomi: Supreme Court refuses to stall release, says film cannot affect Ayodhya mediation
Entertainment

Ram Ki Janmabhoomi: Supreme Court refuses to stall release, says film cannot affect Ayodhya mediation

Ram Ki Janmabhoomi, directed by Sanoj Mishra, revolves around the Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid issue.

Ram Ki Janmabhoomi: Man claiming to be Bahadur Shah Zafar's descendant moves HC against film's release
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Ram Ki Janmabhoomi: Man claiming to be Bahadur Shah Zafar's descendant moves HC against film's release

A man, claiming to be Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar's descendant, has stated that the film Ram Ki Janmabhoomi contained a 'personal attack' on him and his 'royal' family

Imran Khan says Tipu Sultan is his 'hero', but for the sake of peace, Pakistan PM should look at Jinnah as his role model
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Imran Khan says Tipu Sultan is his 'hero', but for the sake of peace, Pakistan PM should look at Jinnah as his role model

Imran Khan must remember that it was Tipu Sultan's own army general Mir Sadiq who partly did him in. If the Pakistan prime minister insists on idolising Tipu, he must watch out for Mir Sadiqs in his country's army.

Remembering Mirza Ghalib, Delhi's beloved Urdu and Persian poet, on his 221st birth anniversary
India

Remembering Mirza Ghalib, Delhi's beloved Urdu and Persian poet, on his 221st birth anniversary

Ghalib was born in Kala Mahal at Agra on 27 December, 1797 and hailed from a Central Asian family of Aibak Turks who would traditionally serve as soldiers.

In the Mulberry Courtesan, Sikeena Karmali weaves the story of a young woman in Bahadur Shah Zafar's crumbling empire
Life

In the Mulberry Courtesan, Sikeena Karmali weaves the story of a young woman in Bahadur Shah Zafar's crumbling empire

The Mulberry Courtesan is a feminist book and yet Laale’s narrative is overshadowed by the twilight of the Mughal Empire

Google Doodle is celebrating renowned Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib's 220th birth anniversary
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Google Doodle is celebrating renowned Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib's 220th birth anniversary

Google is celebrating the 220th birthday of one of the most iconic Urdu poet, popularly known by one of his Pen-name Ghalib which means 'dominant'.

Ayodhya dispute: Man claiming to be Mughal descendant demands appointment as caretaker of property
India

Ayodhya dispute: Man claiming to be Mughal descendant demands appointment as caretaker of property

A man claiming to be the descendant of Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar staked claim over the disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site in Ayodhya

Govt plans to changes syllabus that glorifies Mughal 'looters', says UP deputy CM
India

Govt plans to changes syllabus that glorifies Mughal 'looters', says UP deputy CM

Govt plans to changes syllabus in schools that glorifies Mughal looters as ancestors: UP Deputy CM

Narendra Modi wraps up Myanmar trip with visit to Bahadur Shah Zafar's grave, puja at Kali temple
India

Narendra Modi wraps up Myanmar trip with visit to Bahadur Shah Zafar's grave, puja at Kali temple

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday wrapped up his Myanmar trip with visits to the 'mazar' of last Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar and the 2,500-year-old Shwedagon Pagoda, besides performing puja at the Kalibari Temple in Yangon.

Centre refuses to share details on India's efforts in Kohinoor retrieval
India

Centre refuses to share details on India's efforts in Kohinoor retrieval

The Centre has declined to share details of India's efforts to get back the famous Kohinoor diamond from the UK, saying the matter was subjudice.

How the condition of Muslims in India can be redeemed
India

How the condition of Muslims in India can be redeemed

For their own sake, Muslims need to come out of the shell they have retreated into. They need some assistance and encouragement to do so. The state along with the wider community in the country have a role to play in this.