4000-year-old copper axes discovered in India

Six copper axes and some pieces of pottery discovered at Rampur Maniharan site in Sakatpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. Archaeologists believe they might indicate the existence of a separate culture that straddled the Ganges-Yamuna Culture, contemporary with the Indus Valley Civilisation (3300-1700 BC).

Kannada language possibly older than thought

Discovery of inscriptions in Kannada language in the Pranaveswara temple in Shivamogga district of Karnataka state, South India, push the origin of the language further back. The epigraphic finds are dated from 450 AD to 350-370 AD.

Ancient temple found in a cave

Students from Mumbai discovered ancient structures, possibly forming a temple, within caves in Sion and Chunabhatti, Mumbai, India. The caves seem to have been occupied during Medieval times.