Fossils of world’s oldest animal Dickinsonia discovered inside Bhimbetka rock shelters in Madhya Pradesh
According to researchers, the Dickinsonia fossil found at the 'Auditorium Cave' at Bhimbetka dates back 570 million years.
Archaeologist BB Lal who led the excavation revealing existence of a temple at Ram Janmabhoomi site gets Padma Vibhushan
Professor BB Lal had discovered pillar bases immediately south to the Babri structure pointing at the existence of an ancient temple.
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
The warty pig cave painting located in Leang Tedongnge cave in Sulawesi Island is believed to be created by humans using red ochre pigment.
Italian archaeologists carrying out excavations in lost city Pompeii discovered a 'thermopolium' or Roman era fast-food counter
Study finds evidence of the first use of controlled fire in India 55,000 years ago at a site near Prayagraj: Report
This recent study has made India move up to the 13th position amidst 15 oldest sites in the world with evidence of human-controlled fire.
Egypt announces a major archeological finding of over 100 ancient coffins at a 2500 year-old burial site at Saqqara.
Earlier excavations of Bhanbhore in the 1950s and 1960s also had found some finished ivory pieces.