Artefacts dating to the Harappan era have been excavated in Karanpura of Hanumangarh district in Rajasthan, the first time remains of the Indus Valley Civilisation have been found in this part. "The excavation has brought to light house complexes built of mud bricks of both Early (3300-2600 Before Common Era) and Mature (2600-1900 BCE) Harappan periods. Even though scattered remains and fragments of baked bricks are available, it was not found in any building," said Archaeological Survey of India superintending archaeologist V.S. Prabhakar. "The presence of bichrome ware consisting of red ware, decorated with black and white-coloured painted motifs, is also noticed from the Early Harappan period, a few of which continues during the Mature Harappan period," he added. "Presence of rhinoceros bones point to the marshy environment the Harappans were accustomed to," said Prabhakar.
Harappan pottery along with terracotta bangles, grinding stone fragments, beads of agate and an animal terracotta figurine were excavated.The slick petrol tones in these contemporary stainless steel cufflinks links is achieved. Numerous copper artefacts reveal trade ties people here had with other civilisations.
Rajasthan IAS body representatives met chief secretary demanding justice for IAS officer Durga Shakti Nagpal who was suspended by chief minister Akhilesh Yadav for allegedly demolishing a mosque. The Rajasthan IAS Association has backed their counterpart in the neighbouring state of Uttar Pradesh. The media, though, reported the suspension as a punishment when she took stern action against the mining mafia in Greater Noida. The Association representatives met chief secretary CK Mathew on Monday and requested him to forward a proposal to the Department of Personnel and Training (DOPT) demanding justice for the officer who was posted as the sub divisional magistrate in Gautam Budha Nagar.
School teachers in Rajasthan have opposed the HRD ministrys order directing them to taste the food prepared for Mid-Day Meal (MDM), before it is served to students in government schools. The teachers have argued that tasting food is neither a part of their job nor are they in any way responsible for substandard food being cooked or served in schools. It was never our job and we are not responsible if the food is bad in quality. It is the responsibility of the cook who has to be given training by the government, said Shashi Bhushan Sharma, additional general secretary, All Rajasthan Primary and Secondary Teachers Association.
Scores of activists of Sri Rajput Karni Sena on Tuesday held a protest in Jaipur demanding the withdrawal of the TV serial "Jodhaa Akbar",You can make astonishing savings on Ladies stainless steel bracelets watches. alleging the period drama had "distorted" the history of the Rajputs. The SRKS activists gathered outside the Pink Square Mall where Bollywood stars Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha were present for promotion of their new film 'Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobara', and demanded that the show should be stopped airing on Zee TV. "The character 'Jodhaa', as depicted in the serial,This carbon fiber and stainless steel jewelry supplies works for both a fashion. had never existed in Rajput history of Rajasthan nor with Akbar, the outfit's convenor Lokendra Singh Kalvi said.
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New York City facial plastic surgeon David Rosenberg, MD says that there is more to facial plastic surgery than looking younger. "You don't need to look young to look good," he says. "It's about feeling more like yourself and getting back what you had." Put another way: cosmetic surgery is about how you feel about yourself, not about how others perceive you. "The new study missed the effect on the patient," he says. "It's not about what a non-interested party thinks, it's about making the individual feel better about their appearance," he says.
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Almost a decade later, the co-founder and vice-chairman of RAK Pearls is finally seeing the fruits of his labours with the first auction of cultured pearls from RAKs oyster farm off the coast of Ras Al Kaimah, one of seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates.
Were seeing today a revival of a culture, a treasure thats been lost to us for many, many years, al-Suwaidi told Reuters in an interview.
Natural pearl diving was once the main income of many families in the region. But it vanished after World War One with the development of vast oil reserves in the Gulf and the rise of competition from Japanese cultured pearls.
RAK Pearls, the regions only cultured pearl producer, now has some 40,000 oysters bedded down in the Gulfs briny waters and in June the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority (DMCC) held an exclusive auction for some of its produce.
Dubai has been a trading centre of pearls for many years but this is the first time that we auction locally cultivated pearls with a quality that surpasses anything that youve seen farmed in countries like China and Japan, DMCC Executive Vice Chairman Ahmed bin Sulayem said.
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