Harappan Civilisation
Culture  /  Published 18.09.22

Dead Man’s Tale

Aziz Kingrani, a college professor at Dadu, is an admirer of Majumdar. He says, “The robbers were arrested at Kalat (Balochistan) and sentenced to life soon after Majumdar’s death. But the...
By Prasun Chaudhuri

India  /  Published 07.09.19

Rakhigarhi DNA does not contain 'Aryan’ genetic trace

A much awaited study on the genetic make-up of the Indus Valley civilization has said that the inhabitants were devoid of any ancestry from the steppe-pastoralists, or Aryans, who invaded South Asia f...
in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 21.02.20

Ancient history in a soup

History, metaphorically speaking, can resemble a rather fishy stew. Consider the goings-on within the hallowed precincts of the National Museum in Delhi. Non-vegetarian dishes — they were part of an...
By The Editorial Board

India  /  Published 21.02.20

Harappa-era food show shies out of non-veg selections

Did folks in the Bronze Age take offence easily? That answer may be locked in the pre-history seals, but an ongoing culinary spread at a Lutyens landmark has thought it fit to do away with non-vegetar...
By Smita Tripathi in New Delhi

Science  /  Published 20.01.19

Sands of time

Aditi Dave has spotted snapshots of prehistory in sand grains embedded in blocks of mud extracted from paleochannels — the dried up routes of ancient rivers — in northwestern India. In experiments...
By G.S. Mudur

India  /  Published 24.02.19

Deluge drowned mighty Guptas: Study

A great deluge that wreaked havoc on vast swathes of what is now Bihar and Uttar Pradesh around the middle of the sixth century AD may have led to the downfall of the once mighty Gupta Empire, says a ...
By Dev Raj in Patna


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