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On World Tourism Day, Minister of State for Tourism and Culture Mahesh Sharma flags off Delhi sightseeing tour for challenged kids

September 27, 2016: Minister of State for Tourism and Culture Mahesh Sharma flagged off a sightseeing tour of monuments and heritage places of Delhi...

Former Prez Abdul Kalam’s nephew quits BJP over knowledge centre row

Following his demise, Kalam's No 10 Rajaji Marg bungalow in Delhi was allotted to Union culture minister Mahesh Sharma, much to the chagrin of many people.

Can gap between Modi’s vision and Hindu hyper-nationalists be bridged?

Narendra Modi is probably learning the veracity of Stalin's insightful aphorism that while one death is a tragedy, a million is a statistic. In...

Online portal launched for construction NOC around protected monuments

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: Union Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma on Tuesday rolled out an online portal to get a 'no objection certificate' (NOC)...

‘BJP divisive impulses are test of India’s plurality’

The 12 per cent increase in the BJP’s vote share at the national level between 2009, when it secured 18.8 per cent, and 2014,...

Night out for girls not in our culture: Mahesh Sharma

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: After his remark that ex-President APJ Abdul Kalam "was a nationalist despite being a Muslim" sparked a row, Union...

Ramayana, Gita should be taught in schools: Culture minister

New Delhi: The Ramayana and the Gita are not religious texts and should be taught in schools, according to union Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma. Sharma...

Change in NCERT curriculum on cards

By Preksha Buttan In a recent development, it has been declared that lessons of Ramayana, Mahabharata and Gita will be taught at school and college...

Justifying transfers, Culture Minister claims no attempt of ‘saffronisation’

By NewsGram Staff Writer Addressing the change at the National Museum and the Lalit Kala Akademi, the Minister of State for Culture, Mahesh Sharma claimed...

Modi government grants approval to set up 15 Greenfield airports in the country

By NewsGram Staff Writer Narendra Modi led government has granted "in principle" approval for setting up of 15 Greenfield airports in the country, Minister of State for...

Buddhist Circuit : Government holds meeting to develop important sites related to the life of Lord Buddha

By NewsGram Staff Writer The government today held a meeting to discuss the modalities for developing the Buddhist Circuit under the new Swadesh Darshan Scheme for...

Is Ghaggar river in Haryana the lost mythological river ‪Saraswati‬?

  By NewsGram Staff Writer Is Ghaggar river that flows in Haryana, the mythical river Saraswati? Several studies conducted along Ghaggar's palaeochannel may suggest so. "Several studies...

ISRO to help ASI prepare maps showing prohibited areas of protected monuments

By Newsgram Staff Writer  Archaeological Survey of India with the help of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and Survey of India, will soon come up...

Puri’s Nabakalebar Rath Yatra goes global; to be promoted as international tourism event

By Newsgram Staff Writer The Tourism Ministry in association with the Petroleum Ministry is taking steps to brand and promote Nabakalebar Rath Yatra as an...

Cheaper flights? Government to set up Tariff Monitoring Unit to monitor airfare

By Newsgram Staff Writer New Delhi: Taking a step toward regulating the airfares, Centre has decided to set up a tariff monitoring unit. Informing Rajya Sabha...

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