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Welcome Group Graduate School of Hotel Management (WAGSHA) of Manipal Academy of Higher Education Enters Limca Book of Records for its Indiaapos;s First Living Culinary Arts Museum at WGSHA

welcome group graduate school of hotel management (wagsha) of manipal academy of higher education enters limca book of records for its indiaapos;s first living culinary arts museum at wgsha
Team *WGSHA*is proud to announce that the culinary museum in WGSHA has been listed in *Limca Book of Records* as India First Living Culinary Arts Museum. Limca Book of Records (LBR) is a catalogue of..
NewsVoir - Published

Govt’s grand plan for Harappan site hits squatters’ wall


IndiaTimes - Published

At Haryana’s Harappan site of Rakhigarhi, anxiety trumps history

Villagers fear loss of land, as Centre moves to turn Harappan site into tourist hub.
Hindu - Published

Non-veg off plate: Venue of Harappan dinners shifted from National Museum


Indian Express - Published

CSMVS museum: New galleries for Harappan necklaces, coins from Gupta era


Indian Express - Published

National Museum cites ‘tradition’ for excluding non-veg dishes from Harappan food event

National Museum officials said on Thursday that the tasting menu and dinners that are a part of the ongoing exhibition on Indus Valley food would not
Hindu - Published

National Museum bars non-veg from Harappan menu in event on premises


Indian Express - Published

Finance Minister’s Harappan reference puzzles historians

They have dismissed Sitharaman’s claim about decipherment of the script
Hindu - Published

‘Haryana’s Harappan site to create jobs’

Residents hail Centre’s move to set up a national museum at Rakhigarhi
Hindu - Published

Harappan sites get budget boost

Two of the most prominent Harappan sites in India – Dholavira and Lothal – featured prominently in Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Budget speech on Saturday
IndiaTimes - Published

Inside the museum's operation theatre

inside the museum's operation theatre
The excitement among the 10 mid-day readers to get on with the tour was palpable as they waited for the gates of Chhatrapati Shivaji Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS, formerly Prince of Wales Museum) to open...
Mid-Day - Published

Climate change may have wiped out Saraswati river, Harappan city of Dholavira: Study


Indian Express - Published

Scientists find proof of Saraswati existence

There has been a strong belief that the Harappan civilization depended on monsoons. But there is ample evidence that a large number of Harappan settlements had mushroomed and flourished along the..
IndiaTimes - Published

Climate change forced migration from Kutch area during post-Harappan period

The latest excavations at the Karim Shahi and Vigakot sites in Gujarat, dating back to 2,100 BCE and 5th century CE, respectively, right on the Kutch-Pakistan international border, have shed light on..
IndiaTimes - Published

What Puranic historians won’t accept

The oldest horse-drawn spoked-wheel war chariot in the world is younger than the Harappan civilisation
Hindu - Published

From god's own cauldron

from god's own cauldron
It is strange, both in appalling and encouraging ways, the circumstances that human beings adapt to. While some of us are complaining about traffic, inmates at the Viyyur Central Jail in Kerala have..
Mid-Day - Published

Do the math

A LECTURE on Mathematics as Culture: the Indian Experience by noted mathematical physicist PP Divakaran will present a wide-angle view of the history of mathematical thought — right from the Harappan..
Mid-Day - Published


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