Read news as it happens
Create a Rediffmail account
Subscribe via RSS
Interview/Joseph Lelyveld, author of the controversial book on Mahatma Gandhi
Joseph Lelyveld, whose book on Mahatma Gandhi has infuriated many, tells Rediff.com's Arthur J Pais how the controversy went viral. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Joseph Lelyveld has three......
'The CBI must be made independent'
The Central Bureau of Investigation, India's premier probe agency, has often been rebuked as Centre's puppet. And the recent accusations of lopsided probes -- in the Aarushi and Bofors cases --......
Headley reveals Lashkar's chilling agenda of terror
Last year, a team of the National Investigation Agency had interrogated Lashkar-e-Tayiba operative David Headley for nearly 30 hours in the presence of his lawyer and investigators of the......
Pro Publica confirms ISI hand in Mumbai terror attacks
Rediff.com's Vicky Nanjappa examines the latest revelation in the 26/11 Mumbai terror investigation. India has repeatedly voiced its protest against the Pakistan establishment funding......
On the Web: Kashmiri anger spills over
Protests in Kashmir have gone beyond the state's borders.Even as the Valley remains curfew shut, Kashmiris are venting their angst and spreading the word through social networking websites and......
No escape! Diesel, LPG to cost more from June
After petrol, price of diesel, LPG and kerosene are likely to be hiked next month when a ministerial panel headed by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee meets on June 9."Price of diesel, LPG and......
The rise and rise of mobile gaming in India
Mobile gaming in India is on the rise. Djuzz, a free mobile gaming portal from BuzzCity, said India continued to dominate its charts for the most games downloaded with four million downloads in......
93 million Indians to live in urban slums by 2011
There has been a growth of 17.8 million in urban slum population of India in the last decade, according to a government committee formed to create a 'reliable statistical model' of enumerating......
Pregnant Victoria Beckham to do a Demi Moore?
Get your low down on what's happening in the world of Hollywood, right here! Pregnant Victoria Beckham is reportedly set to follow in the footsteps of Demi Moore by posing in the buff for a......
World Cup shockers in the first round
So France is the first major team to bow out of World Cup 2010. The fact that the 1998 champions were not good enough to make it to the second round is a different matter altogether. Leadership......
Images: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka, Match 4
Bangladesh's openers, who gave a rousing start against India, failed to deliver against Sri Lanka, as the pacers kept the runs in check. The hosts would have ideally wanted one of the......
Stich doubles comeback ends with defeat
Former Wimbledon champion Michael Stich's return to competitive action 12 years after his retirement lasted only 62 minutes on Tuesday, losing his doubles first round at the German Open. Stich,......
Some Real training for Ronaldo
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo exits a plane after arriving with the rest of the team at Dublin Airport in Ireland on Monday. Real will play Shamrock Rovers next Monday in a pre-season...
bharatiya janata party
united progressive alliance
national democratic alliance
rashtriya swayamsevak sangh
central bureau of investigation
Top Coverage News
Coming to India and making
Success in manufacturing is not just about being cheap - cheap labour, cheap land, cheap power...
India, through the eye of a camera
Commonwealth Games - 2014
The defence coverage of Rediff.com
The ISIS war in Iraq
Office email App
© 2016 Rediff.com
India Abroad weekly