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Forty-two-year-old Archana Gupta, an architect and an author of the book ‘Celebrating Public Spaces of India, died due to a gunshot wound at the back of her head.

Archana Gupta, an Architect and Author from Delhi, Lost her Life after a Bullet Hit on the Head

Forty-two-year-old Archana Gupta, an architect and an author of the book ‘Celebrating Public Spaces of India, died due to a gunshot wound at the ...

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Narendra Modi, our honourable Prime Minister, inaugurated India’s longest rail-road bridge- Bogibeel Bridge- in Assam on the birth anniversary (25-December) of late Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

All You Need to Know about the Longest Railroad Bridge, Bogibeel Bridge in Assam

Narendra Modi, our honourable Prime Minister, inaugurated India’s longest rail-road bridge- Bogibeel Bridge- in Assam on...

Bathing has always been a problematic thing for army personnel deployed at high altitudes of some 13 to 20 thousand feet in the Northern area of Himalayas.

An Alumnus of IIM Calcutta Develops a Waterless Bath Technology for Indian Army and Navy

Bathing has always been a problematic thing for army personnel deployed at high altitudes of some 13 to 20 thousand feet...

India has always been a sports-crazy nation, but the obsession with cricket in the country is incomparable to any other game. This is because of the tremendous success Indian cricket saw over the years.

5 World-Class Cricket Stadiums Are Under Construction in India and Bangladesh

India has always been a sports-crazy nation, but the obsession with cricket in the country is incomparable to any other ...

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