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Delhi: Outfit defaces Babar Road board, says he was ‘outsider’

Claiming that “Babar was an outsider who attacked native Indians”, members of the outfit blackened the English, Hindi and Punjabi texts of the road’s name on the board. The Urdu text remained untarnished.

The ongoing exhibition at Barrack number 4 befittingly presents art from different periods

Organised by The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) in collaboration with Delhi Art Gallery — titled “Drishyakala”, begins with British artists Thomas and William Daniell, who travelled through India late eighteenth century onwards to produce “Oriental Scenery”, often described as “the finest illustrated work on India”. “

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Make History Fun Again: 5 eccentric hobbies of the Mughals

Emperor Akbar played it lifesize in Fatehpur Sikri, where real people enacted the pieces. Sometimes, international matches were held and bets placed on them.

Some people in central government have same arrogance as of Mughals, says Manish Sisodia

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said those who used to sit in the Red Fort (Mughals) thought that they would always have power and harassed people thinking that they would not raise their voice.

Maharashtra Board drops Mughal, Western history from syllabi, claims it's ‘irrelevant’

The revised textbook has Shivaji as the focal point of medieval Indian history. His role, and those of his family and the Maratha generals have been expanded.

African rulers of India: That part of our history we choose to forget

The elite status of the African slaves in India ensured that a number of them had access to political authority and secrets which they could make use of to become rulers in their own right, reigning over parts of India.

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Chaar Sahibzaade products get SGPC nod for gurdwaras, movie goes tax free in state

The four sons of Guru at a tender age were killed by the ruling Mughals for protesting against the religious conversions.

BJP slams hike in petrol,diesel prices

The Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday dubbed the hike in diesel and petrol prices as a “Jaziya tax” against the common public.

'We can be Sikhs and soldiers at the same time'

Maj. Kamaljeet Singh Kalsi is waging a campaign to revoke strict rules that have blocked hundreds of Sikhs from joining the military

Meal ticket

Till November 1,Barbeque Nation,Kalyani Nagar,has laid out a regal menu that embraces the culinary styles of the Mughals,the Nizams and the Rajputs.

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