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Benjamin Kingsbury

‘Elegantly written, deeply moving, humane, angry without being polemical. One of the most compelling historical reconstructions of a climatic disaster tha...

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Swapna Liddle

What we know today as Chandni Chowk was once a part of one of the greatest cities of the world—the imperial city established by the Mughal emperor Shahjah...

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Stuart Blackburn

As the British Raj begins its expansion towards Tibet, the remote Apatani valley on the Indo-Tibetan border becomes a flashpoint. George Taylor, an up-and-comin...

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Christopher Snedden

SUMMARY In 1846, the British created the state of Jammu and Kashmir and then quickly sold this prized region to the powerful Raja Gulab Singh. Intriguingly, ...

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Gautam Pradhan

The Indian sub - continent is ruled by three tyrannical Sultanates... the powerful Mughals in the North, and the Shia rulers - Adilshah and Qutubshah in the Sou...

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Gautam Pradhan

LAND OF THE MARATHAS, 1661 – 1674 Shivaji Bhosale’s struggle against imperial powers continues as massive Mughal armies repeatedly descend upon h...

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Arun Firodia

The fact that developed countries produce more carbon than developing countries seems to be a myth when seen in the context of India emitting about 1.350 Tonnes...

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Danna Agmon

On 6 June 1716, the Sovereign Council of Pondichéry, France’s colony on India’s southeast cost, convicted a Tamil man named Nayiniyappa of th...

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Austin Long

For both the United States and United Kingdom counterinsurgency was a serious component of security policy during the Cold War and, along with counterterrorism,...

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Yvonne Vaz Ezdani

During the Second World War, many of the Indians settled in Burma were killed following the bombing of Rangoon by the Japanese Air Force. Thousands more were fo...

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