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57 editor As the first millennium of the Common Era (C.E.) gave way to the second, the contours of political geography shifted substantially in South Asia. The Indian Ocean became an integrated commercial system, and South Asia became a land of
The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Feb. 22 2013, 6:00 AM EST Last updated Friday, Feb. 22 2013, 6:00 AM EST African heartache In his column on the terrifying levels of violence against women in South Africa (In This War Against Women, Everyone
Winners of the best travel destinations in India Next We recently asked you, our readers to vote for the best travel destinations in India ...H ow do you select the best travel destinations in a country like India? We asked you to select your
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Dhar lent respectability to Indira Gandhi's PMO All those who knew him will deeply mourn the passing of Professor P.N. Dhar, a quiet and much respected academician who innocently found himself drawn to high office as Indira Gandhi's Principal
The U.S. diplomat, Hillary Clinton, today began a three-day official visit to India by the western city of Kolkata, where he arrived from neighboring Bangladesh. Clinton will be about 24 hours the old Calcutta, the third largest
Shrabani Basu’s recently published book, “Victoria & Abdul” is a historical narrative about the comparatively unknown intimate relationship between a royal table boy, Abdul Karim, and the Empress of India, Queen
The view from the roof of Jama Masjid, Delhi's largest mosque, is truly spectacular Complete with makeshift turban, I was in the meticulously scrubbed concrete kitchen in the magnificent, gold-domed Gurudwara Bangla Sahib...Every day, the kitchen
Tony Smith Imperial Durbar turns hundred in a year. However, the Coronation Park, the site of the event, is in a state of decay In about a year from now, the centenary of the Imperial Durbar of 1911 will be observed.
Oct 27, 2010 22:24 Shrabani Basu's recently published book, Victoria & Abdul is a historical narrative about the comparatively unknown intimate relationship between a royal table boy, Abdul Karim, and the Empress of India, Queen Victoria.