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'Maharani' loses out to Rajasthan voters' 5-year itch

IMAGE: Rajasthan's outgoing Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje arrives at BJP office during the declaration of Rajasthan assembly election result, in Jaipur, on Tuesday. Photograph: PTI Photo......

'Pakistan is no match for us'

'The Chinese have a set pattern. They demonstrate, warn, threaten, attack and withdraw.''We were lulled into complacency, but I am certain things are being corrected now.' IMAGE: Lieutenant......

Indonesian plane crash: Body of Indian pilot identified

  Indonesian authorities have identified the body of Indian pilot Bhavye Suneja who captained the ill-fated Indonesian plane that crashed into the sea on October 29. External Affairs Minister......

How Japan helps India to keep an eye on China

Japan could soon be the second country after the US with which India has a logistics support agreement.Besides the LSA, India and Japan may also sign a maritime domain awareness agreement which......

Yoga Day: Mamata, Kumaraswamy, Kejriwal skip events

The International Yoga Day celebrations in West Bengal were a low-key affair on Thursday with neither Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee nor any of her ministers participating in any yoga session......

Arvind Subramanian: 'Brace for slower growth'

'The macro-economic stresses -- high interest rates, rupee depreciation and capital flows -- have receded now.''Interest rates have come down, inflation is down and the rupee has bounced back.''If......

'India will be world's fastest economy for the next decade'

'India is already a great success story and will continue to grow rapidly for the next decade and beyond.''I hope this interview will help your readers appreciate how much India has already......

Corporates rally to 'De-Car' as Gurgaon goes on green drive

Delhi and neighbouring Noida in Uttar Pradesh, too, are studying Gurgaon's no-car Tuesday model. With a red turban, a lathi (heavy stick) and an amiable style, Virendra Ballhara hardly looks like a......

Lessons Nestle must learn from its big mistakes

Every new episode seems to simply reinforce Nestle's inherent inclination to put up the walls and hunker down.  Image: Nestle needs no lectures or prescriptions on managing food crises.......

Nilekani comes up with a 'Genie'

EkStep to offer android app-based solutions to help children solve learning problemsIt all started on June 15 last year during a small meeting at the house of Nandan Nilekani, who had just returned......

Lunch with R Balakrishnan

The last time we invited R Balakrishnan (Balki) for lunch, soon after he'd made his debut as a director with Cheeni Kum, he had all the time in the world. And so, we had indulged ourselves in this......

China's big bucks luring soccer's talent

Carlos Tevez will be paid £615,000 a week at Shanghai Shenhua, making him the world's best paid footballer -- his salary is now more than Cristiano Ronaldo's and Lionel Messi's!China is......

Ravi Shastri, Indian Cricket's Mr Indispensable

'In the merry-go-round of Indian cricket, amid abhorrent match-fixing scandals and incessant politicking, Ravi Shastri is a multifaceted personality who, when called upon, can don any hat with......

Modern cricket is poorer with Anandji Dossa passing into the ages

Anandji Dossa. Photograph: Haresh Pandya Blessed with a computer-like brain and an elephantine memory, Anandji Dossa was a pioneer in compiling cricket statistics and scores. Haresh Pandya pays......

The Indian who runs US soccer

Columbia University Professor Sunil Gulati, President of the US Soccer Federation, speaks to Suman Guha Mozumder/Rediff.com about America's chances in the World Cup Ahead of the World Cup kicking......
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'Brace for slower growth'

'The macro-economic stresses -- high interest rates, rupee depreciation and capital flows -- have receded now.''Interest rates have come down,... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/interview/arvind-subramanian-brace-for-slower-growth/20181224.htm
Ten things I did not know about Iran

Prof Ujjwal K Chowdhury The last eight days of November of 2018 will remain bright and beautiful in my memory. I had my second visit to Iran,... ...

http://www.mydigitalfc.com/deep-dive/ten-things-i-did-not-know-about-iran
'Maharani' loses out to Rajasthan voters' 5-year itch

IMAGE: Rajasthan's outgoing Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje arrives at BJP office during the declaration of Rajasthan assembly election result, in... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/rajasthan-polls-maharani-loses-out-to-rajasthan-voters-5-year-itch/20181211.htm
'Pakistan is no match for us'

'The Chinese have a set pattern. They demonstrate, warn, threaten, attack and withdraw.''We were lulled into complacency, but I am certain things... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/pakistan-is-no-match-for-us/20181129.htm
Body of Indian pilot identified

  Indonesian authorities have identified the body of Indian pilot Bhavye Suneja who captained the ill-fated Indonesian plane that crashed into the... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/indonesian-plane-crash-body-of-indian-pilot-identified/20181125.htm

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