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Google brings 76 more <strong>Indian</strong> heritage sites, rare archives online

Google brings 76 more Indian heritage sites, rare archives online

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: After Taj Mahal and Humayun Tomb, Google and Archaeological Survey of India together have now brought online 360-degree panoramic imagery of 76 more Indian heritage sites and 30 new immersive exhibitions of arts and historical institutions from across India.

Taj Mahal,   Humayun Tomb,   Google,   Archaeological Survey of India,   Google Cultural Institute site,  
Poetic book ‘Beats of Beauty’ launched

Poetic book ‘Beats of Beauty’ launched

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Renowned educationist and an inspirational author from the family of freedom fighters, Rajul Tiwari, unveiled her poetic book ‘Beats of Beauty’ at an event organized in Lodi Road-based Indian International Center (IIC).

Rajul Tiwari,   Beats of Beauty,   Rajul Tiwari poems,   Rajul Tiwari book,   Author’s Pride Publication,   Indian International Center,  
One-day team selection for England series on 7th August

One-day team selection for England series on 7th August

01 Aug 2014

Mumbai: The Indian squad for the five-match ODI series against England, scheduled after the conclusion of the ongoing five-Test rubber, would be picked here on August 7 by the national selection panel headed by Sandeep Patil.

Indian ODI squad,   ODI series against England,   Indian cricket selection panel,   Sandeep Patil,  
<strong>Indian</strong> festival to start in Egypt

Indian festival to start in Egypt

31 Jul 2014

Cairo: A month-long Indian Carnival will kick off in Egypt's North Coast on the Mediterranean Sea from Friday.

Indian festival,   Egypt,   Navdeep Suri,   real estate company,   Indian ambassador,   Cairo,  
Pressure mounts on Jadeja following week to forget

Pressure mounts on Jadeja following week to forget

01 Aug 2014

Mumbai: As India licked their wounds following the humiliating defeat to England at Southampton on Thursday, Ravindra Jadeja was probably hurting more than most after enduring a miserable week both on and off the field.

England beat India,   Ravindra Jadeja,   Indian cricket team ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> art gallery opens in Singapore

Indian art gallery opens in Singapore

31 Jul 2014

Singapore: A new Indian art gallery and boutique, exhibiting works of New Delhi-born artist Kanchan Chander, aiming at reviving dying craft forms, opened in Singapore on Thursday.

Indian art gallery,   boutique,   Kanchan Chander,   Singapore,   Sandalwood Room concept,  
Bhuvneshwar's swollen ankle cause of concern for India

Bhuvneshwar's swollen ankle cause of concern for India

01 Aug 2014

Southampton: Seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar's swollen ankle will certainly keep the Indian team management worried ahead of their fourth cricket Test against England at the Old Trafford starting August 7.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar,   Indian team management,   fourth Test against England,   Old Trafford,  
IAF's Jaguar plane crashes near Bhuj, pilot ejects safely

IAF's Jaguar plane crashes near Bhuj, pilot ejects safely

01 Aug 2014

Kutch (Gujarat): A Jaguar combat aircraft of Indian Air Force on Friday crashed near Bibber village in this district while on a routine sortie from Bhuj air base but the pilot ejected safely.

Jaguar combat aircraft,   Indian Air Force,   Bhuj,   IAF pilot,   IAF,  
Pujara, Kohli drop in ICC Test rankings

Pujara, Kohli drop in ICC Test rankings

01 Aug 2014

Dubai: Cheteshwar Pujara slipped a couple of rungs to 10th but remained the best-placed Indian batsman, while the off-colour Virat Kohli dropped one spot to 15th in the latest ICC Test rankings issued on Friday.

Cheteshwar Pujara,   Indian batsman,   Virat Kohli,   ICC Test rankings,  
Golden count goes down but <strong>Indian</strong> shooters dominate CWG

Golden count goes down but Indian shooters dominate CWG

31 Jul 2014

Glasgow: The gold medals were hard to come by this time but Indian shooters were nonetheless mostly on target as they reaped a rich harvest of 17 medals in the Commonwealth Games with the surprising exception of Olympic silver-medallist Vijay Kumar and the seasoned Heena Sidhu.

Indian shooters,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,   Vijay Kumar,   Heena Sidhu,   Gagan Narang ,  

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