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In Japan, PM Modi is drumming up quite the buzz

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is truly stealing the show in Japan. Apart from signing deals and improving ties with Japan, his visit to the country is creating quite a few memorable moments –......

World's greatest rave ends in blaze of glory

The Burning Man festival came to its traditional spectacular conclusion on Saturday night, when the huge wooden effigy that gives the event its name was set alight.  More than 50,000......

'Professor' Modi engages university students in Tokyo

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday sought to address concerns of international community over India not signing the non-proliferation treaty by saying that the country's commitment to peace......

7 wonders: Mumbai's most popular Ganeshas

The 10-day extravaganza is on in Mumbai as it hosts its most favourite deity. Rediff.com takes a look at the city’s rich and famous Ganpati mandals.Photographs: Sahil Salvi GSB Seva Mandal......

'BJP can stoop to any level for power'

The Bharatiya Janata Party can hold elections any time in Delhi but it is afraid to do so, says Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal Former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal greets supporters......

Markets trade strong; Cipla, Bharti Airtel top gainers

Benchmark indices continue to hold on to their gains led by pharma and auto shares. By 10:25, the Sensex was higher by 51 points at 26,918 mark and the Nifty gained by 22 points at 8,050 levels.......

In India, BlackBerry sees its best hope for revival

BlackBerry Q10. Photograph: Courtesy, blackberry.com Last month, BlackBerry CEO John Chen had said that India was critical to the revival of the company. And a revival is something the......

Over half of Plan panel staff to be farmed out

The think tank that will replace the 64-year-old Planning Commission might retain only 40 per cent of its 1,000 staff members. The rest are expected to be sent back to their parent cadres. Among......

Infrastructure firms shed debt as asset sales rise

There has been an improvement in the financial metrics of construction and infrastructure companies in 2013-14 aided by a flurry of fund-raising and asset sales. The combined debt to equity ratio......

Google may launch smartphones for Rs 6,000 soon

Google is expected to launch its much-awaited sub-$100 (around Rs 6,000) smartphones in India this month, which will further intensify competition in the booming multi-billion dollar smart devices......

'The Indian audience is not mature enough to accept Yudh'

'When the same rotten paratha is served to someone year after year, it shocks them when all of a sudden there is a change in taste.' Kay Kay Menon justifies why he took up Yudh. Kay Kay......

PIX: Jeetendra and family's Ganpati celebrations

The veteran actor welcomes Ganpati home.   Like every year, Jeetendra welcomed a magnificent Ganpati idol at his residence in Juhu, a western Mumbai suburb.   The veteran actor applies......

PICTURES: Rani Mukerji visits Lalbaugcha Raja

Mrs Aditya Chopra was one of many Bollywood stars who went pandal-hopping for Ganpati celebrations. Image: Rani Mukerji. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar Rani Mukerji, who recently made an acting......

Sophie: Don't think I deserved to go out of Jhalak

  'I am heart-broken,' Sophie Choudry tells Rajul Hegde. Sophie Choudry is the latest contestant to exit from the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. She was pitted against the......

Box Office: Raja Natwarlal is below average

A look at this week's hits and misses.   Emraan Hashmi's latest film Raja Natwarlal met with a poor response at the box office when it released last week, and showed no improvement over......

Why Shastri's appointment is a step up for Team India

Above: India's Team Director Ravi Shastri. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images 'Before Shastri's induction, it was not known who was responsible for taking cricketing decisions around the......

Ganguly tells England how to improve against spin

Ben Stokes of England is caught at slip by Suresh Raina off the bowling of Ravichandran Ashwin during the third ODI in Nottingham. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images Former Indian captain......

'A few more good performances can give me back the opener's slot'

Robin Uthappa poses for the shutterbugs With Rohit Sharma nursing a finger injury and Shikhar Dhawan struggling with his form, India discard Robin Uthappa is eager to earn the opening......

US Open: Murray sets up Djokovic showdown, Serena advances

Novak Djokovic of Serbia reacts after a point against Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany during their fourth round match at the US Open. Photograph: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images The tension......

Former Premier League player charged in match-fixing probe

Former Premier League striker Delroy Facey has been charged with conspiracy to commit bribery, officers investigating match-fixing said on Monday. Facey was arrested in November 2013 and will......

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Q. what does the term 'state-of-the-art' mean?
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Markets trade strong; Cipla, Bharti Airtel top gainers

Benchmark indices continue to hold on to their gains led by pharma and auto shares. By 10:25, the Sensex was higher by 51 points at 26,918 mark and... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/how-the-markets-fared-on-sep-2/20140902.htm
In Japan, PM Modi is drumming up quite the buzz

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is truly stealing the show in Japan. Apart from signing deals and improving ties with Japan, his visit to the country... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/in-japan-pm-modi-is-drumming-up-quite-the-buzz-pix/20140902.htm
In India, BlackBerry sees its best hope for revival

BlackBerry Q10. Photograph: Courtesy, blackberry.com Last month, BlackBerry CEO John Chen had said that India was critical to the revival of the... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/tech-in-india-blackberry-sees-its-best-hope-for-revival/20140902.htm
World's greatest rave ends in blaze of glory

The Burning Man festival came to its traditional spectacular conclusion on Saturday night, when the huge wooden effigy that gives the event its... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/photos-worlds-greatest-rave-ends-in-blaze-of-glory/20140902.htm
Saina Nehwal splits with coach Pullela Gopichand

Just ahead of the Asian Games, star Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal split with the national head coach Pullela Gopichand as she has decided to train... ...

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