Mumbai News | mid-day.com | Saturday May 10, 2014
Maharashtra State Security Corporation guards deployed at Monorail stations upset at having .410 musket rifles dumped on them, which they say are of no use during emergencies
India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Monday March 3, 2014
At a well inside the complex of a gurudwara near Amritsar, scores of volunteers are trying to exhume what they believe are the remains of nearly 300 soldiers who died in the famous 1857 revolt against the British.
Goa News | Indo-Asian News Service | Monday July 16, 2012
Legislator and renowned dramatist Vishnu Wagh told the Goa legislative assembly on Monday that a 1583 revolt in the Cuncolim village of Goa, 45 km from the capital, against powerful Christian priests, in which five Jesuit priests and a dozen other persons were killed, should be called the first uprising against foreign rule in India.