Aurangzeb News

Army detains three RR men over killing of soldier Aurangzeb

Reached for comment, Defence spokesman Colonel Rajesh Kalia told The Indian Express that “details are being ascertained” about the incident.

Dispute over samadhi at Vadhu Budruk: ‘Descendant’ wants construction at samadhi, cops tell him ‘seek govt nod’

Rajendra Gaikwad said he wanted to undertake construction work around the samadhi, claiming it was located on private land belonging to his family. But police urged him to wait for government orders.


After Indira Gandhi's comparison with Hitler, Congress says Modi is crueler than Aurangzeb

Senior Congress leader Anand Sharma Tuesday criticised Union minister Arun Jaitley, saying drawing a parallel between Indira Gandhi and Adolf Hitler was an "absurd and outrageous" distortion of history.

BJP MP who changed Aurangzeb Road name receives Shivaji Award of Courage

“Aaj ki bhasha mein Aurangzeb terrorist hai,” said BJP MP from east Delhi Maheish Girri, minutes after he received the Shivaji Award of Courage for “changing the name of Aurangzeb Road to Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Road”.

Aurangzeb was a 'terrorist' whereas Dara Shukoh stood for true Islamic values: BJP MP Maheish Girri

"When it come to Dara (Shukoh), history has not been told or portrayed, the way it should have been. He stood for the true values of Islam unlike his brother, who was cruel and oppressed people," Maheish Girri told reporters.

Words are bridges

Polymath philologist Maulvi Muhammad Husain Azad’s work shows that Sanskrit and Persian have much in common.


Quest: Monuments teach as much of history as books

The Quest organised a visit to Roshanara Bagh for students of G D Salwan Public School, Rajinder Nagar

Bajwa’s recipe for success: Gain comes after the loss

It is not just his elevation to the top post in the Punjab Congress that is getting Partap Singh Bajwa accolades.

Arjun Kapoor: Please feel free to not like me, but at least give me a chance

On the release of his third film Gunday, Arjun Kapoor talks about his love for stylised films.

Yesterday Once More

In the book,which is an account of undivided Punjab,Gandhi traces Punjab’s history from the death of Aurangzeb in the early 18th century,to the Partition in 1947,coinciding with the departure of the British.