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When cops turn BRUTAL on crowds

When protests broke out after a police officer shot an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Missouri in August, police in camouflage gear wielding assault rifles and stun grenades drove through the......

When world leaders got INSTA-FAME!

On Wednesday, the ever so tech savvy Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined Instagram. His first ever post was from Myanmar where he is for the ASEAN summit. As the Instagram community continues to......

B K S Iyengar: Profile of a yogi as a teacher

Most yoga teachers are not driven towards popular acclaim or fame. But Bellur Krishnamachar Sunderaraja Iyengar was goaded by the challenge to prove himself to all those who had dismissed him as a......

PHOTOS: A landscape shaped by World War I

One hundred years on, World War I resonates across Belgium in countless monuments and cemeteries along with relics of long-abandoned bunkers and trenches that dot the landscape. These relics are a......

India's new US envoy presents credentials to Obama

India's Ambassador to the United States Dr S Jaishankar told Rediff.com's Aziz Haniffa that it was "a very nice meeting and President Barack Obama was extremely cordial." Two-and-a-half months......

How internet is adversely affecting 6% of the world's population

As many as 6 per cent people in the world are addicted to the internet which may be adversely affecting their lives, including their health and interpersonal relationships, according to a new......

World's most spectacular train stations

Commuters walk through Grand Central Station. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images In major cities of the world, train stations constructed over a century ago still remain their......

Infosys Europe revenue cross $2 billion for first time

Country's second largest IT firm Infosys has crossed the $2 billion revenue mark in Europe for the first time, driven by strong demand for consulting and system integration (CSI) services. The......

Weak rupee: Economic confidence drops in June

India's economic confidence dropped in June due to depreciating rupee coupled with subdued performance by the corporate sector, says a global survey. The country has slipped two positions to sixth......

We have seen early indicators of success in Q2: S D Shibulal

Despite posting a profit growth of about 24 per cent, Infosys on Friday failed to cheer the market yet again, since it did not revise its revenue guidance upwards. In an interaction with Bibhu......

Oscars 2014: Matthew McConaughey, Cate Blanchett win top awards

The 86th Annual Academy Awards have been announced. Here's a quick glance at the winners, listed in bold: Best Picture American HustleGravityTwelve Years A SlaveCaptain PhillipsDallas Buyers......

American Hustle, Gravity sweep Oscar 2014 nominations

While Steve McQueen's Twelve Years A Slave got five nominations in major categories, Alfonso Cuaron's gorgeously-shot Gravity and David O Russell's American Hustle swept the recently announced......

The Good Road misses Oscar short-list for Best Foreign Language Film

Gyan Correa's film The Good Road has not made it to the nine films that were short-listed for the 86th Annual Academy Awards. Correa, who recently returned from Los Angeles after promoting......

Salman: If money can save a life, I'm ready to help

Salman Khan opened his first flagship Being Human clothing store in India on January 17 at Linking Road, in the western Mumbai suburb of Bandra. Salman already has a chain of Being Human stores......

Oscars Winners at a Glance: The Artist wins 5 awards

The 84th Annual Academy Awards have been announced. Here's a quick glance at the winners, listed in bold:Best Picture The ArtistThe DescendantsExtremely Loud & Incredibly CloseThe HelpHugoMidnight......

Clijsters beats Davenport for Pacific Life crown

Belgium's Kim Clijsters beat world number one Lindsay Davenport 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 to win the Pacific Life Open on Saturday as she capped a remarkable comeback to the top level of the game following......

Nadal survives cramps to battle into third round

Rafael Nadal celebrates winning his second round match. Photograph: Hannah Peters/Getty Images An ailing Rafa Nadal dug deep into his vast reservoir of grit to stave off American qualifier Tim......

How Hamilton got his mojo back on the race track

Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton (left) stands on the box next to his father Anthony during the qualifying session of the Brazilian F1 Grand Prix at Interlagos circuit in Sao Paulo on......

Preview: UEFA's first 'week of football'

The trophy of the Euro 2016. Photograph: Jean-Paul Pelissier/Reuters Europe is preparing for UEFA's first full-blown ‘week of football’ as the marathon Euro 2016 qualifying competition......

Di Maria claims Real pressure not to play World Cup final

Arsenal's Angel di Maria. Photograph: Andrew Yates/Reuters Angel Di Maria has claimed his former club Real Madrid put pressure on Argentina not to play him in the World Cup final in another......

  People speak for belgium life

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Q. What according to you is your is achievment in life?
:  A. becoming vegetarian in Europe 25 years ago, 2 years later starting to meditate what I'm still doing, realising in cold Belgium a house that...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/what-according-to-you-is-your-is-achievment-in-life//answers/17096017

raghava sharma
Q. Explain teenage .Caution for the teenager? what they expect from their parents and society.
Raghava Sharma:  A. teenage is a transitional stage of physical and mental human development that occurs between childhood and adulthood. This transition involves...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/explain-teenage-.caution-for-the-teenager-what-they-expect-f/17095994/answers/17055564

samson aseervatham
Q. Is there any country where mercy killings are legal?
Samson Aseervatham:  A. Mercy killings or euthanasia refers to the practice of ending a life in a manner which relieves pain and suffering. It is legal in the...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/is-there-any-country-where-mercy-killings-are-legal/17055550/answers/17078810

bhaskara rao
Q. We Indian think we are developed country but the fact that we are actually under developed we are still far behind Malaysia, China and Belgium and we imitate western country life style
Bhaskara Rao:  A. Belgium is European country and comes under developed category. Malasia and China are ahead of India (specially China). Indians have always liked...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/we-indian-think-we-are-developed-country-but-the-fact-that-w/17077791/answers/16975986

Satya Pandey
Q. Religion QUestion == R religions based on some pillars of beleifs OR scriptures or anything we beleive is a religion ?
Satya Pandey:  A. religions are based upon scriptures ,our faiths and beliefs too ..A religion is a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/religion-question--r-religions-based-on-some-pillars-of-bele/16975905/answers/16668762

  Web results for Belgium Life
Delhaize Group 2014 revenues and preliminary results

Custom Search GlobeNewswire 2015-01-26 Full Year preliminary and unaudited 2014 Results at actual exchange rates(1)... ...

http://www.bizwireexpress.com/showstoryGNW.php?storyid=57085
Still not a shadow of his great past

By Christopher Clarey In darker moments for Roger Federer, a loss like Friday's, to Andreas Seppi, could have restarted the doomsday chatter that... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/sports/roger-federer-still-not-a-shadow-of-his-great-past/articleshow/46016242.cms
UN human rights office urges probe into excessive use of force in DR Congo protests

New York, Jan 24 (IBNS) The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) on Friday expressed alarm at the apparent excessive use of... ...

http://www.sify.com/news/un-human-rights-office-urges-probe-into-excessive-use-of-force-in-dr-congo-protests-news-international-pbywbpgdibbgh.html
'Scientific breakthrough for Ebola possible this year'

tists and experts have said that scientific breakthrough with regard to Ebola is possible in 2015. The outbreak of Ebola, which has killed many... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/scientific-breakthrough-for-ebola-possible-this-year-115012400540_1.html
Maria Sharapova Bounces Back as Rivals Struggle

Sharapova is elated after her win on Friday in Melbourne AFP Melbourne: Second seed Maria Sharapova sparked her flatlining Australian Open... ...

http://sports.ndtv.com/tennis/news/236444-maria-sharapova-bounces-back-as-rivals-struggle

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