Clinton flays Republicans over CTBT
He said that by rejecting it, the Republicans had been small-minded and had missed the opportunity to "lead the world towards a safer place".
'3 guys in NY can't hijack Osho's legacy'
Former editor of Osho Times Swami Chaitanya Keerti speaks to Pritish Nandy about the transfer of the copyright of Osho's works and properties to New York.
India's N-monitoring curbs criticized
Scientists in India and abroad say this could lead to a drop in environmental standards and a nuclear weapons build-up in south Asia.
Lights, camera, action...
Come September, and film buffs will have a grand feast of films, past and present, in the Toronto International Film Festival.
When Medschool goes online
The eponymous site has academic credibility because all the three co-founders are physicians and published authors, claims CEO Vikas Bhushan.
Five south Asian students were among 20 who won the TD Canada Scholarships for Outstanding Community Leadership.
US regrets Prithvi missile test
The United States said Friday it regretted India's test of the short-range surface-to-surface missile, saying the action could exacerbate tension in south Asia.
In memory of Thyagaraja
Seeing the concentration her son bestowed on a CD, Anuradha Sridhar realised how she could popularise the life of the saint and composer.
Ritu Batra's creations mute the hues of Indian wear to create some elegant couture to suit western tastes.
Paswan allays fears about Indian telecom
He assured potential investors that India, with its trade and investment policies and incentives for foreign collaboration, was the place to put their money.
Administration differs with terrorism panel on Pakistan
The Clinton Administration has rejected the National Commission on Terrorism's demand to identify Pakistan as a state 'not co-operating fully' with the US in fighting international terrorism.
Pakistan, US resume high-level dialogue
Pakistani Foreign Minister Abdul Sattar met US Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott to resume the high-level dialogue between the two countries, primarily on nuclear and security-related issues.
Blending spice and celluloid
Chef by day, filmmaker by night, Vipin Sharma is a unique blend of cuisine king and dream merchant rolled in one.
Celebrating south Asian subcultures
The Desh Pradesh festival completes ten years and now deals with wider social and cultural issues.
One game he can't win
Sudhanshu Harshavat has put India on the raquetball map. But Indian officialdom, spurning his pleas for sponsorship, suggests that he play kabbadi instead.
Roti, kapda? Yes. Makaan? Hmm, let's see
In her first column for rediff.com, Sundari Josyula highlights the housing problem in Silicon Valley.
New guide to doing business in Asia
The collection of articles, edited by Usha C V Haley, analyzes the changing economic and business environments on the continent