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'India is clearly in a moment of transition'

Dr Deepa Ollapally, Associate Director and Research Professor of International Affairs at George Washington University's Sigur Center for Asian Studies says, "For many outsiders, trying to get a......

India is being run by dynasties: Rahul @Berkeley

The Congress vice president attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party, alleging that 'politics of divide and polarisation is radicalising and isolating people in India'.......

Meet Modi's new ministers

The nine new members to be inducted in the Union Council of Ministers include four former senior bureaucrats and also Bharatiya Janata Party leaders from the states of Karnataka, Rajasthan and......

A morning with the first Indian in space

The remarkable story of Wing Commander Rakesh Sharma, the first Indian in space, will be seen in a film featuring Aamir Khan.The retired cosmonaut and test pilot tells Archana Masih why he doesn't......

Eminent scientist P M Bhargava passes away

Renowned scientist Pushpa Mitra Bhargava, the founder director of CSIR-Centre for Cellular Molecular Biology in Hyderabad, who returned his Padma Bhushan award two years ago in protest against the......

Pilot shortage to intensify

Airlines in India had better hold on hard to their pilots. If the International Air Transport Association's latest warning to the world's airlines is anything to go by, the industry will soon need......

Indian execs paying a high price for life in the fast lane

Experts say one in every four mental health problems is due to depression and anxiety at the workplace. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. The theme for this year’s World Mental......

How about a 'Think for India' campaign?

The best of India’s brains are instead busy solving the world’s problems, as our policies incentivise them to do so, says Neelkanth Mishra.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. That 70......

India readying a more transparent gold policy

The proposed bullion bank can help settle gold loan accounts in gold terms, and promote existing gold schemes, along with launching  schemes including gold-recurring deposits. The government......

Low-cost male contraceptive finds no takers

It could ease the burden on the 225 million women in developing countries, says Ari Altstedter. IMAGE: Years of human trials on the injectable, sperm-zapping product are coming to an end, and......

'If Jagga Jasoos works, that would help me a lot'

'It would give people renewed confidence in me as the industry goes by general opinion and consensus.''Even if Jagga gets critically acclaimed, it will do a lot for me.' IMAGE: Katrina Kaif.......

Cricket to films: Angad Bedi unplugged

Giving up cricket isn't easy for a cricketer especially when you are a legendary cricketer's son.But giving up the dream of being an actor would have been even more difficult for Angad Bedi.The......

'This was a life not meant to be mine'

'It's very expensive for a girl to become an actress.' 'I remember I was nominated at all the award shows for Tanu Weds Manu and conscientiously, like a new actress, I attended all of them and I......

IOC postpones July 15 deadline to amend IOA constitution

In a reprieve to the suspended Indian Olympic Association, the International Olympic Committee has decided to extend the deadline for adopting an amended constitution, the draft of which is......

IOA Committee to decide who should run hockey in India

Under the directive of the International Hockey Federation, the Indian Olympic Association has set up a three-member committee to decide on who should run the game in the country out of the two......

Sports Shorts: Guess which is the 'dirtiest' Premier League team

Study reveals overall number of fouls have fallen in the English Premier League. Last season saw the fewest dismissals since 1993-94. IMAGE: Everton's Ashley Williams (centre) clashes with......

Exclusive! 'I am not a criminal'

'What can I do if god made me the way I am?''All I want to do is win medals for India and make my country proud.' IMAGE: Dutee Chand challenged the International Association of Athletics......

'My destiny was to write about the game'

'That has always been my ambition -- to take the reader behind the scenes, to the places he was not allowed to visit, but which I had the privilege of entering.'Haresh Pandya remembers Ted Corbett,......
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Guess which is the 'dirtiest' Premier League team

Study reveals overall number of fouls have fallen in the English Premier League. Last season saw the fewest dismissals since 1993-94. IMAGE:... ...

http://www.rediff.com/sports/report/sports-shorts-guess-which-is-the-dirtiest-premier-league-team-fifa-epl/20171020.htm
Indian execs paying a high price for life in the fast lane

Experts say one in every four mental health problems is due to depression and anxiety at the workplace. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com.... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/indian-execs-paying-a-high-price-for-life-in-the-fast-lane/20171017.htm
Corporates keen on forest dept. export certification

Corporates hankering for quality and human resource development certifications dished out by global and Indian certifying organizations so far, are... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/638013/corporates-keen-forest-dept-export.html
CPEC stirring competitive rather than cooperative Indian tendencies, says US expert

[United States], Sept.28 (ANI): China's deeper involvement in southern Asia via the over USD 51 billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor... ...

http://www.sify.com/news/cpec-stirring-competitive-rather-than-cooperative-indian-tendencies-says-us-expert-news-international-rj2wN4dfgijdg.html
The thinking that men should not cry is a result of patriarchy!

Lavanya Shanbhogue, a Commonwealth short story prize winner, quit her career in financial services to pursue her passion for writing. All... ...

http://www.rediff.com/getahead/report/achiever-the-thinking-that-men-should-not-cry-is-a-result-of-patriarchy/20170925.htm

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