Places  /  Published 22.08.22

Vijaydurg Fort is a sentinel with stories of Maratha warfare and resilience

While returning from a tour of Vijaydurg, sometimes a golden sunset over the Arabian Sea reminds one of the fire that engulfed the entire Maratha fleet, leading to the fall of the fort. As neglect and...
By Amitabha Gupta

Places  /  Published 12.08.22

In pictures: The wonders of the Maratha fort of Maheshwar

On the banks of the Narmada in Madhya Pradesh, stands the seat of one of the most famous queens of India...
By Rangan Datta

Places  /  Published 23.02.22

Gwalior Monument: Kolkata’s little-known colonial landmark

Like many older monuments around the country, the Gwalior Monument is in need of some care. A plethora of flower pots cover the open sides of the pavilion hiding the sarcophagus from view, and ev...
By Somen Sengupta

Opinion  /  Published 20.11.18

Principle of reservations turned upside down

Affirmative action is based on constructive principles. According to the Constitution, reservations are for groups which are less developed economically and educationally than the mainstream. The idea...
By The Editorial Board

India  /  Published 19.11.18

Marathas will be given 16% quota: Fadnavis

Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday announced that the state government would follow the Tamil Nadu model to provide a 16 per cent quota to the Maratha community in education and go...
By Our Special Correspondent in Mumbai

India  /  Published 01.05.19

Shiv Sena roar muted in its lair

By Basant Kumar Mohanty in Mumbai


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