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A picture shot at Jama Masjid by Urvashi Kaul

Time flies, but a moment can linger captured in a photograph. On World Photography Day today, local shutterbugs tell us why their cameras are in love with Delhi

Sounds of silence

A view of the city of Paro at 5.30 am, shot at Nak Sel Spa and resort

Silence is my companion as I gaze into towering green mountains. As I look up I see a clear blue sky with white cotton clouds. I look below into a crystal clear stream.

This I-Day, don’t break free

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Did you know that the Horniman Circle, formerly known as Bombay Green, was renamed after the editor of the Bombay Chronicle — Benjamin Guy Horniman, who despite being a Britisher, advocated Indian ind

The first time terrorists abducted hostages with a political message to foreign powers warning them against intervention was the series of kidnapping done by “Islamic Jihad” in Lebanon during the 1980s.

In January this year there was a special meet in a town in northern Maharashtra to celebrate the 900th birthday of the Indian mathematician Bhaskaracharya. According to records, his birth place was near Chalisgaon, although like many historical events in our country, lack of proper records makes this claim subject to controversy.