The initial calls for a separate hill state date back to the early 19th century, although Uttarakhand did not become a state until 2000. We follow the movement's path and the driving forces behind it. Here's the struggle for the foundation of Uttarakhand.
A total of 93 officers in all left India and relocated to Australia with sizable landholdings. Here is why some British Indian Army officers migrated to Australia to become farmers.
Before the Roman Empire rose, a number of civilizations called the Italian peninsula home, including the Etruscan civilization. Now, a new discovery in Italy could rewrite history.
This week marked the 47th anniversary of the dismissal of former Australian prime minister Gough Whitlam by the country’s British-appointed governor-general John Kerr.
Barreiro and colleagues discovered that Black Death survivors in London and Denmark had genes that safeguarded them from the plague pathogen. However, Black Death altered human genome 700 years later.
Two hundred and ten years ago, on September 15, 1812, the French Army led by Emperor Napoleon entered the Kremlin in Moscow. In the eyes of the world, it was all over – the largest city in Russia was lying prostrate at the feet of the world’s greatest military supremo.
The Dutch became the local elites up until the British East India Company overthrew them in 1825 as a result of illegal commerce and the zamindari of three villages. This is the account of how the Dutch East India Company sank as its corrupt officials made their fortunes in Bengal.
Few people in America today are as powerful and polarising as Anthony Fauci. For the Left, Fauci is a consummate cool-headed scientist, emblematic of the essential role of government. On the Right, he is a Deep State operative who destroyed the lives of countless people to serve a hidden agenda, all while mysteriously taking home a bigger paycheck than any other of the country’s two million federal employees (including their collective boss, the President).
A statue of a former maharaja will be placed in front of the city's iconic Curzon Gate by the Bardhaman municipality. Why, 117 years after leaving India, does this imperialist former viceroy still cause fury and loathing? Just who was Lord Curzon, the Viceroy of India who partitioned Bengal in 1905?
A study conducted by Voice of Telangana President and Hyderabadi historian Capt. Lingala Panduranga Reddy found that the Indian tricolour was not designed by Venkaiah but a Hyderabadi woman named Suraiyya Tyabji.