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REWIND: Top moments from the week that was

Here’s a glimpse at what happened around the world last week A volunteer of Ukrainian self-defence battalion ‘Azov’ talks to his girlfriend after returning from the front line in......

'There is a lot of bitterness in the Sangh Parivar'

Congress leader Sachin Pilot is trying to revive a party that was decimated in the Assembly and Lok Sabha polls in Rajasthan. In an interview, Pilot, who was recently appointed the Pradesh Congress......

Does IAF need this self-congratulatory nonsense?

As the IAF kicks off another round of myth-making -- launching a year-long commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the 1965 India-Pakistan war -- it is worth remembering how little there was to......

Speak up, India, and act!

'Will the new government, largely of the BJP, whose manifesto proclaimed "India shall remain a natural home for persecuted Hindus and they shall be welcome to seek refuge here" and whose patrons......

BJP has nothing new to offer, stealing our ideas: Sonia

In a frontal attack on the Narendra Modi government, Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday said there has been an "alarming increase" in communal incidents since it came to power and asked......

Nations with the largest gold reserves: India at 11

India owns over 18,000 tonnes of above ground gold stocks worth approximately $800 billion and representing at least 11 per cent of global stock, according to estimates of World Gold Council. This......

Game-changing policies can put the economy on track

The real irony is that the pay-for-use principle is well accepted for roads; yet the opposite principle of auctions is used for communications networks.  An uneasy sense of drift has set in......

The Left, the Right and us

Now, the world over, policymakers are dusting off their copies of Keynes' classic, The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, and figuring out whether there are any answers there to our......

A 'TalentSprint' to put job-seekers on track

For Santanu Paul, being the son-in-law of C Rangarajan, chairman of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council, is just another facet of his life.More than the access he has to the......

Less than stars, more than actors

Saurabh Shukla, Piyush Mishra and Sanjay Mishra are not likely to be in the limelight when a film releases, but they are the ones who eventually light up the movie. These days Saurabh......

Meet the new Sachin: Full of ideas for Indian cricket

After his retirement, Sachin Tendulkar, Rediff.com's Harish Kotian discovers, has become more outspoken about cricketing issues. Sachin Tendulkar says the Indian Premier League helped the Board of......

Kerala opener Jagadeesh impresses as Sehwag, Gambhir fail again

Virender Sehwag's experiment to bat in the middle-order failed, and Gautam Gambhir's woeful run of form continued, as India ‘A’ were restricted to 191 for 3 at stumps on the second day......

Footballer Jyoti yearns for space to play in Delhi

Jyoti Burrett has gathered substantial buzz around her. It is not just her debut on the national football scene at the AFC Women’s Asian Cup Qualifiers, but also her academics that......

Australian batsmen falter against unfancied Dhruv, Saxena

Australian batsmen's woes against spinners were exposed once again as India A's unfancied duo of left-arm spinner Rakesh Dhruv and off-spinner Jalaj Saxena excelled with an impressive display,......

Rasool takes seven to dismiss Australia for 241

Young Jammu and Kashmir all-rounder Parveez Rasool announced his arrival at the big stage by recording brilliant figures of seven for 45 against Australia in the first warm-up game in Chennai on......

  People speak for national college grounds

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Q. Japanese Encephalitis has once again reared its ugly head in eastern Uttar Pradesh. At a time when the Centre and Uttar Pradesh government are doing blame games over recurring affliction of Japanese Encephalitis (JE) in the state, the deadly disease has claimed as many as 501 lives. Every day five to seven people, mostly children, are dying of JE at Gorakhpur Medical College alone. Children are the worst sufferers since they have weaker immunity than adults. Comments plz.
:  A. The district typically experiences an outbreak of the disease after the monsoon season when moribund water left after the rains becomes an ideal...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/japanese-encephalitis-has-once-again-reared-its-ugly-head-in//answers/21081875

INDU
Q. Facts and HOLES in education System==============================1.If one can write his/her name correctly in any language is considered to be educated or literate. 2.Student politics is also a major issue, as many institutions are run by politicians. 3.Ragging used to be a major problem in colleges. 4.Engineering, medical and other lucrative seats are sometimes sold for high prices and ridden with nepotism and power-play. 5.The presence of a number of education boards (SSC, ICSE, CBSE, IB) leads to non-uniformity.\HOW CAN WE MAKE OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM STRONGER ?
INDU:  A. once a young man came to Euclid to learn geometry.Having learnt d 1st lesson he asked him "but wat do i gain from it?"Euclid took out a...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/facts-and-holes-in-education-system1.if-one-can-write-hisher/21081858/answers/8620087

prabhat kumar kumar
Q. I know two boys one of them belongs to schedule caste his father is officer in govt bank his mother is a professor in govt college they are very well off but he avails all sorts of concession given to schedule caste by govt on the other boy is there who is very poor but belongs to general cateogeory his father is retired but he does not get his concession, I think the govt should give concession on financial grounds rather than social grounds because the times are changing I have may schedule caste ppl very well off and working in good position but they still take advantage of reservation
Prabhat Kumar Kumar:  A. If the Government give concession on the basis of financial position india will produce more doctors and technologies and engineers. But from the...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/i-know-two-boys-one-of-them-belongs-to-schedule-caste-his-fa/8603633/answers/10967365

Satya Pandey
Q. in which year sports authority of India was started
Satya Pandey:  A. In Year 1984.After independence, on May 7, 1961 the National Institute of Sports (NIS) was set up for the development of sports at the Motibagh...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/in-which-year-sports-authority-of-india-was-started/10967116/answers/15624885

athimurali
Q. Drugs & Alcohol addiction in Teenage/College...Ur opinion..??
Athimurali:  A. bad upbringing. In school days & in youth only a few stay puritan. All throughout. Though many may not admit it due to moden society :) But those...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/drugs--alcohol-addiction-in-teenagecollege...ur-opinion../15624687/answers/4856243

  Web results for National College Grounds
Pressure tactic won't work, say JU students

KOLKATA: Unperturbed by the Trinamool counter rally, Jadavpur students — flanked by representatives of other colleges and universities — on... ...

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Chennai engineering students take top prize at NI design contest with their remotely controlled all-terrain vehicle

: Students of Hindustan University, Kelambakkam, Chennai, took the first prize in the annual Graphical System Design Competition, "Niyantra 2014"... ...

http://www.indiatechonline.com/it-happened-in-india.php?id=1556
Thousands of Hong Kong students 'grasp destiny' in demand for democracy

By By | Reuters By James Pomfret HONG KONG (Reuters) - Thousands of students braved sweltering heat in Hong Kong on Monday to demand greater... ...

https://in.news.yahoo.com/hong-kong-students-kick-off-class-boycott-demand-090352916--finance.html
Picking up the pieces

How old are you? I am 37. I am 80. I have seen floods, you haven't. This was the kind of resistance that Mohammad Manzoor, station house officer... ...

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Indefinite strike in Meghalaya from Tuesday against NGT's coal mining ban

The ban was issued following a complaint by the All Dimasa Students Union of the adjoining Dima Hasao district of Assam, which contended that... ...

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/indefinite-strike-in-meghalaya-from-tuesday-against-ngts-coal-mining-ban/

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