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People cover up after winds, rains lash North India

Light to heavy rains lashed several parts of north India intensifying cold wave conditions in the region following snowfall in higher reaches that brought down day temperature considerably in......

PM@UNESCO: Our world is a better place because of UN

Over 1,000 diplomats gathered at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris to hear India Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivering his maiden speech. Addressing over 1,300 diplomats, he said that the world is......

This has NEVER happened before

Purvi Patel is the first woman in America to be sentenced to prison for foeticide. Chaya Babu/Rediff.com reports on the verdict and the ripples of shock and fear it set off. Purvi Patel, who was......

Revealed: An ocean buried in Jupiter's moon Ganymede

American space agency NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has found strong evidence of a massive saltwater ocean under the icy crust of Jupiter's largest moon Ganymede that could potentially support......

Joy comes to Kashmir as valley witnesses season's first snowfall

Kashmir Valley on Thursday experienced fresh snowfall with most places, especially the plains, witnessing the first snow of the season, breaking the prolonged dry spell at the fag end of......

He plans to bring solar light to 500 schools in North East

India, where most regions enjoy nearly 300 sunny days a year, is an ideal market for solar power companies. However, the high cost of light-to-electricity conversion -- at Rs 12 to Rs 20 per......

'US loan crisis may be positive for India'

R Ravimohan, managing director & region head for South Asia, Standard & Poor's, says the impact of the US subprime loan crisis may be positive for India, as some funds may be redirected towards......

Lessons for corporates to go global in a jiffy

The stories of Uber and Xiaomi, originating from two ends of the globe, are overturning our understanding of globalisation strategies, notes Indrajit Gupta. When I started my career in......

Who gets the highest and lowest salaries in India?

Image: IT sector employees are the highest paid. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters     With a median gross salary of Rs 341.8 per hour, the IT sector in India has emerged as the most......

Corporate leaders whose moves will be most watched in 2015

Few leaders from India Inc that will make India proud in 2015. Arundhati Bhattacharya: New-age leader of SBI She is the first woman chairman of State Bank of India (SBI), where she has held a......

Making India laugh... with NO abusive language!

The AIB Roast of Karan Johar, Arjun Kapoor and Ranveer Singh may not have gone down well with certain sections of people, but Bottoms Up's incisive social commentary, peppered with delightfully......

Ayushmann Khurrana: Best part about being an actor is...

'...That you don’t have to introduce yourself. You don’t have to carry a visiting card,' Ayushmann Khurrana tells Patcy N/ Rediff.com. We still know him as the Vicky Donor actor. But......

Dil Se, Yahaan, Lakshya: Bollywood's Kashmir connection

Here's looking at some popular Bollywood movies shot in Kashmir. Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider  is set in Kashmir, a picturesque location that periodically pops up in Hindi films.   While the......

Lights, camera... CUT!

With the arrest of the film censor board's CEO on charges of demanding bribes to clear films, the regulatory role of the panel is in focus once again. Days after assuming office in January, Rakesh......

'An experience like Yellow teaches you to stop being greedy about life'

Not even in his wildest dreams did cinematographer-turned-director Mahesh Limaye imagine that his first Marathi feature film Yellow would create such a devastating impact.......

Woolf report needs study: ICC CEC

The ICC Chief Executives' Committee has decided that the Woolf report, which proposed changes in the governance structure of the world body, and rejected by the BCCI, requires detailed study by......

'Timeless' Tendulkar celebrates 38th birthday on Sunday

Considered timeless by fans, experts and contemporaries alike, iconic Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar turns 38 on Sunday completing another year punctuated by milestones and unprecedented highs......

England pacers looking to surprise India with bouncers

If you go by the form book or if you go by the statistics, everything stacks up against England, heading into the World Cup Group B match against India in Bangalore, on Sunday. - Complete coverage......

Would like to take one series at a time: Tendulkar

Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar says he would like to focus on one series at a time rather than thinking too far ahead, including the World Cup that will be held in the sub-continent next......

Winning is the biggest motivation: MS Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni just can't stop raving about India's remarkable win over Australia at Mohali. Despite winning an incredible 11 of his 17 Tests as captain, Dhoni had no qualms in admitting the......
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Relevant UAE maritime sector bodies participate in workshop on Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre work mechanisms

H.E. Dr. Abdullah Belhaif Al Nuaimi: The Federal Authority for Land and Maritime Transport in the UAE supports the maritime arbitration initiative... ...

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Climate change in Sundarbans can't be taken lightly

SUNDARBANS/KOLKATA: Debi Miridha listens intently to our conversation with her neighbour Bhagirath Mandal as she unduly delays what she has come to... ...

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Delegation from UK varsity visits Chandigarh's PEC varsity

CHANDIGARH: A delegation from Engineering School of Swansea University, Wales, the UK, visited PEC University of Technology on Saturday to explore... ...

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Private operators irked at 300% hike in hangar charge at Juhu airport

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