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Palaeolithic cave paintings found near Delhi in the Aravalli ranges in Haryana, experts say could be among the oldest

Ancient cave paintings found in the Aravalli mountain ranges in Haryana, just outside national capital region and near Mangar Bani

Uttar Pradesh: Gyanvapi mosque management committee seeks a stay on ASI survey, Sunni board supports them

The Gyanvapi mosque management committee had filed an urgent petition in Allahabad High Court seeking a stay on ASI survey of Gyanvapi mosque complex.

Large scale survey conducted in Prayagraj, 50 sites of archaeological importance found along the Ganges: Details

ASI New Delhi, has licensed the Prayagraj college for conducting the archaeological survey in this area

ASI approves underwater research project to determine how and when the Ram Setu was formed

The research would be carried out to understand the nature and formation of the Ram Setu and its surrounding areas

Study by IIT Gandhinagar and Archaeological Department reveals the existence of a three-level structure beneath Somnath temple

The investigation below the ground around Somnath temple was carried out on the directions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Odisha: 22 idols worth crores stolen from 800-year-old Daksha Prajapati temple

Two instances of theft of idols from the same 800-year-old Daksha Prajapati temple in Odisha reported twice in the past

Stolen Vijayanagara era bronze idols of Sri Ram, Maa Sita and Laxman handed over to India by UK authorities

The idols were formally handed over to India by the British police in a ceremony at the India House, London.

1100-year-old monolithic sandstone Shivling unearthed in Vietnam’s Cham temple complex in My Son Sanctuary

The 9th-century fully intact Shivling is part of a complex of Hindu temples which were constructed by the Champa Empire between 4th century CE and 13th century CE.

Easier to convince a dacoit than a communist: Read what Dr KK Muhammad said at Mangaluru Lit Fest

"Let me be clear, India is secular only because it is a Hindu majority nation, said Dr KK Muhammed. 

Purana Qilla may have been the site of Mahabharata’s Indraprastha: ASI to carry out another round of excavations

The ASI believes that a village named Indrapat existed at the site until 1913, which is the direct descendant of Mahabharata's 'Indraprastha', founded by the Pandavas as their capital.

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