Bahadur Shah Ii Epitaph
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- A secular milestone for Mumbai
- This epitaph inside St Thomas Cathedral honours former Governor Jonathon Duncan who was respectful to the city's Indian population, during his rein. The statue of a Brahmin inside a church offers great insight into the city's early connect with secularism.
- Maoist Nepal to end Gurkha tradition
- About 200,000 Gurkhas fought for Britain in World War I and World War II and more than 45,000 have died in British uniform. "They have a reputation for ferocity and bravery and are known for their distinctive curved Kukri knives," Agence France-Presse ...
- The last Emperor
- The author wrote an article, Emperor Bahadur Shah II and his Role in the War of 1857, in Amrit Bazar Patrika, November 18, 1956. In this article, Husain had emphasised that Emperor Bahadur Shah was a staunch patriot. Fired by a passionate ...
- Where the great Mughals lie
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