Tuesday, April 23, 2024



British Museum, which houses several Indian artefacts, sacks staff member over missing treasures

Around six million visitors visit Britsh museum every year to see items "collected" by British from around the world during their rule in different countries including India

‘Nehru Memorial Museum and Library’ officially renamed as Prime Ministers’ Museum and Library

The Culture Ministry release said that the Museum is a seamless blend that begins at the renovated and refurbished Nehru Museum building, "now completely updated with technologically advanced displays on the life and contribution of Jawaharlal Nehru".

What happens to the old parliament building now that a new one has been constructed: What we know so far

On May 28, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the new Parliament House in New Delhi - but now, what happens to the old one

Sengol, the symbol of the transfer of power from the British, was displayed as Nehru’s ‘golden walking stick’ at Anand Bhawan in Prayagraj

For over 7 decades, the historic Sengol was languishing in a museum in Prayagraj mislabelled as Nehru's 'golden walking stick'

Over 1,000 artefacts in the Metropolitan Museum of Art linked to traffickers and looters: Report

In an investigation of the Met's antiquities collection, the ICIJ and Finance Uncovered discovered that at least 1,109 items had previously been acquired by people who had been charged or found to have committed crimes including looting and trafficking.

Hyderabad: Nehru portrait absent from Salar Jung Museum’s exhibition on freedom struggle, Congress holds protest

The Telangana Congress claimed that the 'backlash' faced by the Centre had forced it to restore the portrait of Jawaharlal Nehru at the Salar Jung Museum.

PM Modi first visitor to the Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalay, a Museum that showcases lives of all PMs of Independent India beyond Nehru

PM Narendra Modi on Thursday inaugurated the much sought after Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalay in the Teen Murti Bhavan

Nigerian artists offer to donate artwork to British Museum in a bid to encourage them to return looted artefact

In 1897, a British Military force looted thousands of metal sculptures and ivory carvings from Western Africa's Kingdom of Benin from Edo State which is now part of southern Nigeria. They have been regarded amongst the greatest work of Africa.

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