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Pak conveys grave concern, condemnation over hijab ban to Indian Charge d’ Affaires

New Delhi: The Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has summoned the Indian Charge d’ Affaires, Suresh Kumar to convey the government’s grave concern and condemnation of the “deeply reprehensible act of banning Muslim girl…

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Hindu Mahasabha confers Godse Awards

Meerut: When the nation observed the death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Mahasabha conferred the “Pandit Nathuram Godse-Nana Apte Bharat Ratna” award on seven proponents of “extreme Hindutva”. The day of Gandhi’s…

Culture

Saudi Arabia hosted a giant four-day rave in the desert

A four-day electronic music festival took place in desert in the socially conservative Saudi Arabia this weekend, pushing the Kingdom’s changing boundaries. It looked like any other rave until music stopped for ‘Azaan’, Islamic call…

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Punjab CM opens ‘Dastan-e-Shahadat’ to showcase Sikh history

Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, accompanied by Governor Banwarilal Purohit, on Friday dedicated the ‘Dastan-e-Shahadat’ to connect the youth with the glorious past of supreme sacrifices in the Sikh history. Extending his greetings to…

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100cr vax milestone: 100 monuments lit in Indian flag colours

New Delhi: The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) under the Ministry of Culture is illuminating 100 monuments in the colours of Indian flag across the country to celebrate the landmark milestone of hundred crore vaccination. India…

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Agra tourist sector upbeat as number of vistors to Taj Mahal surge

Agra: As the number of visitors to the 17th century monument of love Taj Mahal increased slowly from a trickle to more than 30,000 on Sunday, there were discernible signs of relief and hope in Agra’s…

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Video of girl dacncing at Lucknow’s Bada Imambara goes viral;dress code for women issued

Lucknow: Women wearing shorts and without headscarves will not be allowed in the historic Bada Imambara premises in Lucknow, according to a decision taken by the Hussainabad Trust, which looks after the iconic monuments. The…

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‘Sattvik’, world’s first certification for vegetarian food, launched

New Delhi:The Sattvik Council Certification scheme, the world’s first vegetarian food safety and regulatory compliance for vegetarian and allied adherents, was launched with global audit partner Bureau Veritas here on Friday. On the lines of…

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Museum on Ramayan’s author Maharishi to be set up in Amritsar

Chandigarh: A state-of-the-art Maharishi Valmik Panorama (Museum) depicting the life history and teachings of Maharishi Valmik, the author of the Ramayana, will soon be set up and dedicated to the public. The concept of museum,drafted…

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Who made the tricolour that was hoisted at Red Fort in 1947?

New Delhi: As we celebrate 75th anniversary of our independence tomorrow, very few people know that the first tricolour furled at historic Red Fort in 1947 was made in Dausa in Rajasthan. On every independence…

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