Mahoba: A melange of historical & architectural marvels
Mahoba, in Uttar Pradesh, is associated with the Chandela kings who ruled over Bundelkhand between the 9th and the 12th centuries. Situated about 140 km from Jhansi, Mahoba derives its name from ‘mahotsava’, which stands for the great celebration performed by its founder Chandravarman, around AD 800.
- Pakshi Vihar
- Sun temple
- Kirat Sagar
- Gokhar hill
- Manaiya Devi temple
Mewati women begin to spread their wings
Nagina (Mewat), May 11
The male dominance in Mewati society appears to be crumbling, albeit in bits. The womenfolk have made a mark on the male psyche that they had the guts and gumption for entrepreneurship.
God could not be everywhere and so, He made mothers!
Mother! That word conjures up before us, all that is best and noble in humans; the embodiment of sacrifice and kindness in a woman.
Mother! How many delightful memories surround that word! Memories of infancy, sound counsel, great expectations and deep concerns! Whoever has missed the mother’s touch has missed a lot in life.
Trans-Yamuna ills discussed
New Delhi, May 11
An apex body of societies of trans-Yamuna Federation of Indraprastha Residents today organised a seminar on ‘Development of trans-Yamuna’ at Jagriti Enclave.
It was presided over by the president of this organisation, Mr Shivraj Bansal. In the day-long seminar, various problems of the trans-Yamuna area were discussed and their solutions sought from the participants.
A model road made of
Faridabad May 11
As part of the National Technology Day celebrations, the National Council for Cement and Building materials (NCB) laid down a demonstration road stretch, made with fujibeton-a wonder material devised and developed in Japan, at a function in Ballabgarh yesterday.
Sarpanch booked for embezzlement
Jhajjar, May 11
The District Police have registered a case of embezzlement of Rs 6.10 lakh of Panchayat fund against Satpal, the suspended Sarpanch of Asaudah village today.
- Exhibition opened
- Gang busted
- Bike snatched
- Robbery case
- Girl killed
cremated with full honours
Rewari, May 11
The body of Sandeep Yadav (22), a constable of the 58 battalion of the Border Security Force (BSF),
was cremated with military honours at his native Phideri village on Friday evening.