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In a far-reaching move, the Transport Department has urged petrol bunks in Bangalore city not to dispense petrol and diesel to vehicles that do not produce emission certificates, Transport

Experts at the Indian Institute of Technology have resolved the mystery behind the 16,00-year-old iron pillar in Delhi, which has never corroded despite the Capital's harsh weather. Metallurgists at

The Delhi High Court has issued notices to Union Government and the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) on a petition seeking directions for protection and preservation of historical places and

History is showcasing itself at Tughlakabad Fort. Excavations conducted by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) at the 14th century fort have unearthed remains of palace complexes of the Tughlak

Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation Ltd (MTDC),after completing the first phase of restoration work of Ajanta and Ellora caves with an investment of Rs 98 crore, has outlines an investment

With the threat of yet another transport crisis looming large - almost 2,500 diesel buses might go off roads next week - the Delhi government is planning to take CNG chassis manufacturers Telco and

The Archeological Survey of India has found a rare structure - 'twin wells' dating back to 1 AD, at Hatab about 24 km from Bhavangar (Gujarat) during the agency ongoing excavations.

Mystic Majuli, the world's largest inhabited fresh water river island in the Brahmaputra riverbed in Assam, could soon become a world heritage. UNESCO, which selects the world heritage sites around

Archaeological evidence suggesting presence of prehistoric inhabitations dating back to the year 500000 BC have been discovered in Kanker. The two month long excavation being carried out by the

The anti-pollution drive in Delhi will soon go hi-tech. About 400 Pollution Under Control Centres (PUCCs) across the city are going to be equipped with digital cameras, computers and designer kiosks