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Sanjeev Sanyal
Writer, economist & collector of old maps. This twitter handle belongs primarily to the writer, and only occasionally to the economist. RTs are not endorsements
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Trichy: 17 idols unearthed in Tamil Nadu via
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Replying to @Dauhshanti
Mauryan arch, Barabar cave, circa 300-200 BCE.
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Warning - they are the same book, the former is just a children's adaptation. Try one of the others as well
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Citizen 4 Forces Jun 17
Heartbreaking... Major Ketan Sharma of 19 RR was in an encounter with terrorists in the area of south Kashmir's Anantnag district. He is survived by his parents, wife and a 4-year-old daughter. RIP brother. May parmatma bless your Nobel soul with Sadgati.
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Tarun Rastogi Jun 17
Just completed..Enjoyed every bit.
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Sanjeev Sanyal Jun 17
Not even sure of the "noble aims" part. It was always a totalitarian ideology mean to manipulate the working class. At the time Marx was writing Das Kapital, he was sexually exploiting his 16 year old maidservant (whom he impregnated).
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Dhruman H Nimbale, IPS Jun 17
Chamba boasts many temples but the oldest, largest & most prominent is Lakshminarayan Temple (10th C) Known for its architecture & intricate carving, d complex consist 06 temple of Shiva & Vishnu constructd in Shikhara style vd Chhatri to protect from snow
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Nithesh Jun 16
Just read the first short story. It's hilarious
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Shivam Sethi Jun 17
This is the spot from which the river originates which fed Hariharalya the capital of Khmer empire (9th-10th century) where Angkor Wat is located, the water is blessed by 1000 Shiv lingams carved on the river bed. The city was the largest in the world at that point of time
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Aneesh Gokhale Jun 16
Idols of Ganesh , Vishnu , Mahadev , Garuda at Phnom Kulen mountain , Cambodia
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Anshika Shukla Jun 16
In interior Bengal, a treasure awaiting discovery 5th and 6th century artefacts routinely surfacing in a forest in Debagram village in Bengal’s Nadia district.
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All India Radio News Jun 15
: Indian Hockey team players pose with Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik after winning 2019 at Kalinga Stadium.
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Tathagata Roy Jun 16
Death anniversary of Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray today,the sage-chemist who founded Bengal Chemical (later ruined and nationalised). He exhorted Bengali youths to work hard and learn business like Marwaris. Some listened to him. Later rulers tried hard to make youth forget him
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Aditya Raj Kaul Jun 16
Sad news from Kashmir. We have lost our braveheart brother Arshad Khan, SHO from Anantnag, who was critically injured in the recent terror attack where 5 CRPF men were martyred as well. remembers him as bravest of all fighting Pakistan sponsored terror. RIP, bhai!🇮🇳
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The Field Jun 16
put in a dominant display to beat Poland 5-0 Report:
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ET Defence Jun 16
Sources said at least six dozen militants belonging to these groups were nabbed and several of their camps destroyed during the operation.
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The Better India Jun 15
"Ours was a hand-to-mouth situation. So much so that having three meals a day regularly was not possible," says the father of Arpinder Singh, India's first triple jump gold medalist in 48 years!
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indianhistorypics Jun 15
1960s :: Rock Fort, Tiruchirappalli
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