Dozens missing after Bangladesh ferry accident
A river ferry has capsized and sunk in central Bangladesh, with dozens of its passengers missing. Officials said a rescue operation was underway.
Rajatarangini
Rājatarangiṇī (Rājataraṃgiṇī "The River of Kings") is a metrical historical chronicle of north-western Indian subcontinent, particularly the kings of Kashmir, written in Sanskrit by Kashmiri Brahman K...
Rajatarangini - Wikipedia
Topasses
Topasses (Tupasses, Topas, Topaz) were a group of people in maritime Asia in the early modern period, who claimed Portuguese ancestry or had taken up Portuguese culture and language. Topasses were fou...
Topasses - Wikipedia
Dantidurga
Dantidurga (735–756 CE), also known as Dantivarman or Dantidurga II was the founder of the Rashtrakuta Empire of Manyakheta. His capital was based in Gulbarga region of Karnataka. He was succeeded by ...
Nawanagar State
Nawanagar (or Navanagar) was an Indian princely state in the Kathiawar region, situated on the south of the Gulf of Kutch. It was ruled by the Jadeja dynasty from its formation in c 1540 until 1948 wh...
Pavagadh Hill
Pavagadh Hill is situated within a plain in Panchmahal district, Gujarat, western India. At its base is the historical city of Champaner, while the hill station of Pavagadh was built upon the volcanic...
Pavagadh Hill - Wikipedia
Manikya dynasty
The Kings the Twipra (Tripura) kingdom assumed the title of Manikya. The dynasty was founded when Ratna Fa (Ratna Manikya) assumed the title in 1280. One of the more famous Manikya rulers was Bir Ch...
Manikya dynasty - Wikipedia
Pundra Kingdom
Pundra (also known as Paundra, Paundraya, Purnia etc.) was an eastern kingdom located in West Bengal, Bangladesh and Purnia (now in Bihar, India). A Pundra king challenged Vasudeva Krishna by imitati...
Dozens missing after Bangladesh ferry accident
A river ferry has capsized and sunk in central Bangladesh, with dozens of its passengers missing. Officials said a rescue operation was underway.
Eastern Bengal and Assam
Eastern Bengal and Assam (Bengali: পূর্ববঙ্গ ও আসাম; Assamese: অসম ও পূর্ববঙ্গ ) was a short-lived province of British India created through the Partition of Bengal in 1905. It constituted of east...
Eastern Bengal and Assam - Wikipedia
2013 CRPF camp attack at Bemina
On 13 March 2013, militants belonging to Hizbul Mujahideen carried out an attack on a Central Reserve Police Force camp in Bemina. Five CRPF men and two militants were killed in this attack.
The a...
Siege of Pondicherry (1760)
The 1760–1761 Siege of Pondicherry was a conflict in the Third Carnatic War, part of the global Seven Years' War. Lasting from 4 September 1760 to 15 January 1761, British land and naval forces besie...
Siege of Pondicherry (1760) - Wikipedia
Khando Ballal
Khanderao Ballal Chitnis, popularly known as ‘Khando Ballal’, was a diplomat in Maharashtra during the late 17th century and the early 18th century. He was also the Personal Assistant of Chhatrapati S...
History of Sirhind
Sirhind is the older and more popular name of Fatehgarh Sahib. It is situated on the Delhi to Lahore Highway. It has a population of about 60,852. It is now a district headquarters in the state of Pun...
History of Sirhind - Wikipedia
Guru Tashi
Guru Tashi (Tibetan: གུ་རུ་བཀྲ་ཤིས) was a 13th-century prince from the Minyak House of the Kham region of Eastern Tibet. According to legend, he had a divine revelation one night instructing him to tr...
Koriya
Koriya State, also spelled as Korea, was a princely state of the British Empire of India. After Indian independence in 1947, the ruler of Koriya acceded to the Union of India on 1 January 1948, and Ko...
History of Karnataka
The recorded history of Karnataka goes back more than two millennia. Several great empires and dynasties have ruled over Karnataka and have contributed greatly to the history, culture and development...
History of Karnataka - Wikipedia
Sukhna Lake
Sukhna Lake(Hindi: सुख़ना) in Chandigarh, India is a reservoir at the foothills of the Himalayas, the Shivalik hills. This 3 km² rainfed lake was created in 1958 by damming the Sukhna Choe, ...
Sukhna Lake - Wikipedia
Randuthara Achanmār
The Nair /ˈnɑː.jər/, also known as Nayar, are a group of Indian castes, described by anthropologist Kathleen Gough as "not a unitary group but a named category of castes". The Nair include several cas...
Randuthara Achanmār - Wikipedia
A. D. Loganathan
Major General A. D. Loganadan (12 April 1888 - 9 March 1949) was an officer of the Indian National Army, and a minister in the Azad Hind Government as a representative of the Indian National Army. He...
Zakir Hussain Rose Garden
Zakir Hussain Rose Garden, is a botanical garden located in Chandigarh, India and spread over 30 acres (120,000 m) of land, with 50,000 rose-bushes of 1600 different species. Named after India's ...
Zakir Hussain Rose Garden - Wikipedia
Elections in Arunachal Pradesh
Elections in Arunachal Pradesh are conducted since 1977 to elect the members of Arunachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha and for the members of Lok Sabha. There are 60 Vidhan Sabha constituencies and 2 Lok Sabh...
List of rulers of Odisha
The land of Odisha has undergone several changes in terms of its boundaries since ancient ages. It was also known by different names like Kalinga, South Kosala or Utkala in different eras. The year 15...
List of rulers of Odisha - Wikipedia
Rajoli Zamindari Estate
Rajoli Zamindari Estate was a non-salute princely state with its seat at Rajoli, Maharashtra.The Zamindari Estate of Rajoli was founded in 1775-76 by the Rahim Ali Khan, A grant signed by the Bhonsla...
Rajoli Zamindari Estate - Wikipedia
History of Delhi
The Indian capital city of Delhi has a long history, including a history as the capital of several empires. The earliest architectural relics date back to the Maurya Period (c. 300 BC); since then, th...
History of Delhi - Wikipedia
Vyasakuta
Vyasakuta was one of two divisions (the other being the Dasakuta) of Haridasas, a group within the Bhakti movement, one of the monotheistic Hindu religious devotional movements focusing on the sp...