Monthly Archives: October 2018

Indus Valley Civilization: Extent and Archaeological Finds

The Indus Valley Civilization covered parts of Sind, Baluchistan, Afganistan, West Punjab, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and Maharashtra. Over 1000 Indus Valley Civilization sites have been discovered. Harappa Cemetery H & R37. Coffin burial. Granary outside the … Continue reading

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Happy Sir Syed Day: Hindi Transcript of Complete Nazm of Majaz Titled “nazr-e-aligarh”- Later Abridged and Adopted as AMU Tarana

ये मेरा चमन है मेरा चमन, मैं अपने चमन का बुलबुल हूँ सरशार-ए-निगाह-ए-नरगिस हूँ, पा-बास्ता-ए-गेसू-संबल हूँ हर आन यहाँ सेहबा-ए-कुहन एक साघर-ए-नौ में ढलती है कलियों से हुस्न टपकता है, फूलों से जवानी उबलती है जो ताक-ए-हरम में रोशन है, … Continue reading

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Functional Classification of Cities

The structure and functions of any region varies in terms of function, history of development as well as age of the town. Some towns and cities specialize in some functions and they are known for some  products or services. However, … Continue reading

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Few countries are meeting the Paris climate goals. Here are the ones that are.

Originally posted on Exposing the Big Game:
Dead trees stand in a recently deforested section of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. (Mario Tama/Getty Images) https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2018/10/11/few-countries-are-meeting-paris-climate-goals-here-are-ones-that-are/?utm_term=.55f3e8695c12 By Amanda Erickson October 11 at 3:38 PM This week, a top scientific body studying climate…

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