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Aadhaar: 'Security is continually evolving'

Experts say the new security features will significantly ensure there is no 'large-scale theft of people's identity'.Alnoor Peermohamed reports. While the introduction of new features such as face......

India needs to quell the communal demon

'Indian nationhood is indeed at the cusp of alarming redefinition -- hate-filled, and exclusionary.''Nations are not built this way, instead these are the ways of liquidating nations.''We must......

Himachal a hard nut for BJP, Congress

The BJP is the frontrunner, but incumbent Virbhadra Singh is the most popular chief ministerial candidate.Aditi Phadnis reports. Recent election surveys have thrown up surprising conclusions about......

Trump signs executive order to ease Obamacare rules

United States President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that aims to make lower-premium plans more widely available, including sales of cheaper policies with fewer benefits and fewer......

Will the defence ministry shift gears?

Arun Jaitley can make his innings -- notwithstanding its likely length -- a watershed tenure, or just add to the image of the MoD drifting rudderless, says Brigadier S K Chatterji (retd). Since......

World Bank's Chief Economist: Can India create a Silicon Valley?

'There is no tried and true recipe for creating Silicon Valleys.''Attracting and creating a mass of truly dynamic entrepreneurs is at the core and among the hardest and most necessary......

'RBI has reduced cash supply to banks'

'The RBI is not releasing Rs 2,000 notes for the last 10 days; probably they have stopped printing it.' IMAGE: Congress workers protest the cash crunch in Bhopal, April 18, 2018. Photograph: PTI......

Mr PM: 5 lakhs new jobs a month will do

That is the number for job creation that India needs to achieve, argues T N Ninan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com There is no shortage of surveys on India's employment situation at a time......

Will GST manage to live up to expectations?

As and when the GST comes in, Budget projections will have to be unbundled and revised. In fact, the pragmatic decision would be to present another Budget! This makes the passage of the Finance......

Modi Sarkar's next big battle: Labour reforms

With the Congress already opposed to the proposed law, regional parties might become the swing factor, says T N Ninan. IMAGE: Bank workers stage a torch rally in Bhopal in support of the......

'K Balachander was well ahead of his time'

'K Balachander redefined Tamil cinema by breaking traditional moulds, boldly exploring controversial themes and relationships.'A tribute to one of Indian cinema's most prolific filmmakers, who......

'Few paid attention to Rajesh Khanna's debut film'

When Rajesh Khanna made his Hindi film debut in 1966 with Aakhri Khat, a low budget film, few paid attention. Even fewer must have imagined that the 23-year-old would go on to become the first ever......

Vote for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's best music

Say what you want about Sanjay Leela Bhansali's movies. But when it comes to music, the man is a genius. From Khamoshi to this Friday's release Guzaarish, if there's one thing......

Writer-director Amal Neerad on his successful Malayalam film Anwar

Writer-director Amal Neerad has every reason to feel deliriously happy, as his latest Malayalam release Anwar has begun its run with whopping initials. The film starring Prithviraj, Prakash......

Hitting the Ghajini jackpot

Madhu Mantena, better known as Ghajini's producer, makes no bones about his past failures. Having jumped into business when he was all of 18 years old, forfeiting his studies, Mantena admits......

Rampant Nadal beats Djokovic, meets Zverev in Rome final

IMAGE: Rafael Nadal celebrates defeating Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals at the Italian Open on Saturday. Photograph: Tony Gentile/Reuters A rampant Rafael Nadal turned on the style to beat old......

Winter Olympics Sidelights: Russian medallist suspected of doping

IMAGE:  Aleksandr Krushelnitckii, an Olympic athlete from Russia. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters. A Russian medallist at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics is suspected of having tested......

Guess who India's real cricketing star is!

No one even comes close to the impact Anil Kumble has had on Indian cricket, when it comes to winning matches and series, say Aakash Chopra and Impact Index. IMAGE: Captain Anil Kumble is chaired......

England's defeat by Iceland a perfectly logical result

For England, the last-16 defeat was the culmination in a series of embarrassing performances England had managed only three goals in their three group games, one less than their opponents IMAGE:......

Hamilton 'pushing for hat-trick' with Senna's record in sight

'I watched Senna as a child and it would be an honour to match him. Now I'm just one win away but I hope to do even better'   IMAGE: Mercedes GP's British driver Lewis Hamilton looks on in the......
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Rampant Nadal beats Djokovic, meets Zverev in Rome final

IMAGE: Rafael Nadal celebrates defeating Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals at the Italian Open on Saturday. Photograph: Tony Gentile/Reuters A... ...

http://www.rediff.com/sports/report/rampant-nadal-beats-djokovic-to-reach-italian-open-final/20180520.htm
Can India create a Silicon Valley?

'There is no tried and true recipe for creating Silicon Valleys.''Attracting and creating a mass of truly dynamic entrepreneurs is at the core and... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/interview/world-banks-chief-economist-can-india-create-a-silicon-valley/20180510.htm
Fewer African-Americans admitted to ICU for heart failure receive cardiologist care

(Reuters Health) - African-Americans admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) for heart failure are less likely than white patients to receive... ...

http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INhealth/~3/9_JiPVtRVHk/fewer-african-americans-admitted-to-icu-for-heart-failure-receive-cardiologist-care-idINKBN1I11YP
'RBI has reduced cash supply to banks'

'The RBI is not releasing Rs 2,000 notes for the last 10 days; probably they have stopped printing it.' IMAGE: Congress workers protest the cash... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/interview/rbi-has-reduced-cash-supply-to-banks/20180419.htm
Dominance of military turns Pakistan into a failing state, says experts

[UK], Mar 23 (ANI): The Democracy Forum (TDF), a prominent London-based think tank, hosted a seminar titled 'Economic & Political Power of the... ...

http://www.sify.com/news/dominance-of-military-turns-pakistan-into-a-failing-state-says-experts-news-international-sdxiK4hjbibdd.html

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