Gujarat's Dholavira is now the 40th site in India to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage list
‘Jab kutte pe sassa aaya, tab Badshah ne shehar basaya’: Read the fascinating trivia about Ahmedabad on its 610th Foundation Day
The Ahmedabad city in Gujarat was founded by Sultan Ahmed Shah on 26 February 1411 AD
Pathological compulsion to comment on India’s internal matter, spread hate: India tells Pakistan to stop its ‘juvenile propaganda’ on Ayodhya verdict
India denounced unwarranted remarks of Pakistan on Ayodhya and Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistani minister Shafqat Mahmood as “juvenile propaganda” and “fabricated lies”
UNESCO headquarters erupt with ‘Modi, Modi’ chant as PM Modi addresses Indian community in Paris, France
These chants were followed by "Modi hai to mumkin hai (If Modi is there, it is possible)".
UNESCO slams Indian Express story on heritage tag of Darjeeling toy train being ‘under threat’, calls it misleading
The UNESCO New Delhi team and the Indian Railways have been working closely to find a solution to the threats that DHR, popularly known as Darjeeling toy train, faces.
Hampi Vandalism: Four youths punished to re-erect the pillars they had knocked down, fined ₹70,000 each
The four accused reportedly admitted their guilt and assured the court that they would not indulge in vandalism in the future. All the four were also released on Thursday after they remitted ₹2.8 lakhs fine.
A quick round up of things that made it to news today.
A video showing 3 miscreants vandalising the old carved stone pillars at the world heritage site of Hampi has emerged
Doklam plateau isn't the only conflict point between the two countries
A satirical report about BMC's problems with an RJ who came up with a parody song.
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