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Delhi: Mysterious tunnel connecting Legislative Assembly to Red Fort discovered, what we know

The Delhi Assembly building was constructed in 1912 during British rule and Red Fort was commissioned by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1638.

Remembering June 3 – The day when Indian National Congress lost large swathes of land to Pakistan

Under this Plan, the British would immediately transfer power to two successor authorities — the Congress and the Muslim League and the plan envisaged dividing India into two dominions on a territorial-cum-communal basis. The idea of Mountbatten was to divide India but to retain maximum unity.

‘Body remained suspended for an hour until life was ascertained to be extinct’: death certificate of Bhagat Singh surfaces on Shaheed Diwas

Until 2018, India did not have any traces of the death certificate of Bhagat Singh as it was all lying in Pakistan's custody

Bollywood: Left trolls attack actor Ranvir Shorey for telling ‘dimwits’ to stop equating a democratically elected govt to the British

One Aqeel Khan tweeted to Ranvir Shorey saying, "If BJP loses, then, this transgender won't be seen anywhere."

From the year without summer to Communism and diseases: With the disasters we have endured over centuries, was 2020 really that bad?

For civilisations that have seen the plagues, earthquakes, colonisation and the atrocities of communist rules, the COVID outbreak is a minor ordeal that will soon be overcome.

21 October 1943: Netaji Subhash had formed the Azad Hind Government, India’s ‘declaration of independence’

On October 21, 1943, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose announced the formation of the 'Arzi Hukumat-e-Azad Hind' or the provincial government of free India in Singapore and had declared war on the British Empire.

Independence Day: Remembering the forgotten freedom fighters from Northeast India

On this occasion of 74th Independence Day, let us remember five such freedom fighters from the North East India.

India’s Industrial Heritage: Through Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya’s independent ‘Note’ to the Industrial Commission of 1916

Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya wrote an independent note to the report by the Industrial Commission of 1916.

Malayalam film actor Prithviraj Sukumaran’s new film ‘Vaariyamkunnan’ glorifies a man who led Hindu genocide during Moplah Massacre

The new Malayalam movie 'Vaariyamkunnan' on the life of Islamic terrorist Variyam Kunnathu, who had unleashed massive terror on Hindus on the Malabar region of Kerala, is yet another attempt to whitewash the crimes committed by the Islamists in the country under the garb of freedom of movement.

How Jawaharlal Nehru missed an opportunity to take control of strategically important Coco Islands now under Chinese control: Read details

Nehru's lack of strategic comprehension and inability to bargain hard with the Britishers has resulted in India losing one of South Asia's most strategic islands - Coco Islands.

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