This is a unique place for visitors as this may be the only place on the planet that one can see such a large herd of captive elephants from weeks old to parents to grand parents old more than 50 years. Read more
India scripted a new era of cricket domination after their stunning World Cup win over Sri Lanka. The victory confirmed their status as the sport’s new superpower. Read more
These fascinating images of the legendary musician at a concert in Delhi in the late 80s, gives us a glimpse of his involvement with his craft. Read more
The two-legged beauties stole the thunder from the four-wheeled ones at the Bangkok Auto Show last week.
An hour’s drive from Kota town in Rajasthan lies a small kingdom of Bhainsrorgarh, the fort built in 1741 when it was granted as a jagir to the ancestors of present occupant Rawat Shiv Charan singh by the Maharana of Udaipur. Read more
It was one of the unexpected pleasures of the Commonwealth Games; to be able to watch and capture these fantastic moments. Read more
On Day 4 of the Commonwealth Games India won 33 medals and kept the second spot behind leaders Australia.
In 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games, Akhil bagged India’s only gold in boxing. At that time the country’s medal in the sport was five (one gold, two silver, two bronze). After two years, Vijender’s Olympic bronze changed the face of the sport and next month in New Delhi Indian boxing heroes will be punching for the glory. Here are the profile shots of some of the boxers, who are top contenders for the gold medal. Photos: T. Narayan
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Come October Delhiites wanting to get away from the Commonwealth Games could consider a visit to the scenic Sangla valley.