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VHP today demanded that all roads and monuments named after Mughal emperors be re-christened, claiming that the country sh
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A Mughal era fort on the banks of the river Barak in Assam's Karimganj district would soon be restored.
This is old news, but I had somehow missed the BBC story which has a photo:
Madhu is the illiterate great-great-granddaughter of emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar and has been employed to run errands in Coal India's offices.
A letter of employment will be formally handed over to her by the coal minister at a function in Calcutta next month.
She and her mother currently run a tea stall in the slums of Calcutta.
..."It will be great to have Madhu working for us. Actually, it will be a great tribute to the last Mughal emperor who played a key role during the first war of independence in 1857," Coal India Chairman Partha Bhattacharyya said.
...The move by Coal India follows sustained efforts by a Delhi-based journalist Shivnath Jha, who launched a campaign to rescue her from poverty.