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Modi@2: Hits and misses in science and tech

'Well begun is half done, today there are more hits than misses by the Modi government in its support towards science in India,' says Pallava Bagla. Modi@2 Is the glass of science half-full or......

Africans beat me for refusing to take more than 4 passengers: Ola Cabbie

In the aftermath of multiple attacks on African nationals over the last one week, a taxi driver in Delhi has filed a police complaint, saying he was beaten up African nationals after he refused to......

Renaming Akbar Road: History's latest battle

'I have only this to say to those who talk about Mewar rulers and Akbar's brutality -- do you expect a king to not expand his kingdom?''You have entire cities named after Muslim rulers. It's time......

Thane factory blast toll 11; 3 from owner's family among dead

  The death toll in the massive explosion at an industrial unit in Dombivli township of Thane district today rose to 11, with three members of the owner's family being among the dead,......

Have broken middlemen-defence ministry nexus: Parrikar

The nexus between middlemen, arms agents and government officials has been broken, according to Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, who also said that investigators were on hot trail of suspects in......

Markets open on a robust note, slip into red

The S&P BSE Sensex gained 102 points to begin at 26,828 and Nifty50 gained 27 points to open at 8,205 but soon slipped into negative territory. The markets commenced the session on a higher note......

SoftBank's investments in India may surpass $10 billion

SoftBank's investments in the past two years include $627 million in online-retailing marketplace Snapdeal and leading a $210 million funding round in taxi-hailing app Ola Cabs Having made a......

6 things to keep in mind while travelling abroad

Besides the convenience that plastic money accords, it also helps the user to keep an easy track of their expenses.  Travellers today prefer cards over travellers’ cheques as it offers......

After building a billion-dollar business, Subhash Chandra to enter politics?

Zee News, Zee Media's flagship brand, was at the centre of a controversy over its media practices that pushed Subhash Chandra towards BJP, says Vanita Kohli-Khandekar. The rumour mills have......

Modi govt set to script a new chapter in India's growth story

The passage of the Bankruptcy Code could set the stage for other important legislation that may see India undergo more economic change than all governments combined since the reforms implemented by......

Review: Radhika Apte is stellar in Phobia

If you love the thrills and heebie-jeebies then Phobia is for you, says Namrata Thakker. Bollywood has often followed the conventional path when it comes making horror or thriller films. However,......

'I get really annoyed when people mimic my father, Anu Malik'

"I did my very first interview with Rediff.com for my song, Agle janam mohe bitiya na kijo for Umrao Jaan. I was in Class IX. I will never forget that you guys came home and I......

'Everyone has a mouth and every mouth has an opinion'

Ram Gopal Varma, who has been explicitly tweeting his opinion on whatever comes to his mind, doesn't really care what people think about him. He believes in the right to expression and seems to......

'If you see Sarbjit, you won't see Aishwarya'

  'She isn’t the same Aishwarya, who walks the red carpet at Cannes. She doesn't look like that at all in the film. That is half the battle won from my side.' Sarbjit director Omung......

Review: X-Men Apocalypse is a silly '80s spectacular

In a world now over-stuffed with comic-book movies, X-Men: Apocalypse is far from being the finest movie yet may well rank among the most comic-booky, feels Raja Sen. The first comic......

Djokovic on brink of $100million-prize money earnings

World number one Novak Djokovic is on verge to become the first man to win US$100 million in prize money as he aims to book his place in the quarter-finals of the French Open for the 10th time.......

It's time to fix the IPL!

The IPL has produced more controversies in its short lifespan than any other sporting league in history, says legendary cricket writer Prem Panicker. IMAGE: IPL 3 saw drama around the Kochi......

French Open: Bopanna-Mergea rally to reach doubles quarters

  IMAGE: Romania's Florin Mergea and his doubles partner India's Rohan Bopanna (right) in action. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images Indian tennis ace Rohan Bopanna and his Romanian......

Why soccer managers are often on the move...

Mourinho returns for more drama in the global village IMAGE: Manchester United are replacing Louis van Gaal with his former assistant Jose Mourinho. Photograph: John Sibley/Reuters. For......

Humility, charm are strengths of result-delivering Zidane

'We've always been behind Zidane because he is a humble person who likes to listen, and that always makes things easier' IMAGE: Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane watches over a team training......
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Markets open on a robust note, slip into red

The S&P BSE Sensex gained 102 points to begin at 26,828 and Nifty50 gained 27 points to open at 8,205 but soon slipped into negative territory. The... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/how-the-markets-fared-on-may-31/20160531.htm
41 films, 101 awards, but this filmmaker has no takers

Hyderabad-based Anshul Sinha started filming at the age of 21. Six years later, he's made 41 films, survived a dozen threat calls, won 101 awards... ...

http://www.rediff.com/getahead/report/achievers-41-films-101-awards-but-this-filmmaker-has-no-takers/20160531.htm
Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today criticised judiciary claiming that some of the directives given by it are "senseless" and "without any... ...

http://news.rediff.com/commentary/2016/may/30/some-of-judiciarys-directives-senseless-parrikar/a4052b979c02d8311d045bf0366565d5
This Muslim Man Spent 23 Years Of His Life Locked Up In Jail On False Terror Charges

He can barely walk. The sleep has forsaken his eyes and so have the reasons for him to live on his broken life. Nisar-ud-din Ahmad's life isn't... ...

http://m.indiatimes.com/news/india/this-muslim-man-spent-23-years-of-his-life-locked-up-in-jail-on-false-terror-charges-255900.html
Djokovic on brink of $100million-prize money earnings

World number one Novak Djokovic is on verge to become the first man to win US$100 million in prize money as he aims to book his place in the... ...

http://www.rediff.com/sports/report/djokovic-on-brink-of-100million-prize-money-earnings/20160530.htm

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