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'We now have a prime minister who talks'

'This is not a small change, it's a BIG change. People wanted to hear the voice of their PM. They can do so now. This is a big parivartan.' 'I don't see any change in him after he became PM. You......

Groovy Michelle really likes to move it!

In addition to her impeccable style and her easy charm, the United States First Lady Michelle Obama also has rhythm in her veins and she ain’t afraid to show it. In fact, she doesn’t......

'The only two countries that could have given birth to Hollywood and Bollywood'

'We are two countries that, as Swami Vivekananda said in Chicago more than a century ago, have sheltered the persecuted and the refugees of all religions and all nations on Earth.' 'People are......

Band, Baaja, Bappa: It's a grand farewell party

People from all over Maharashtra come to watch the Shivgarjana dhol-tasha band in action. Paloma Sharma/Rediff.com find out why. As is habitual of fireworks during the festival season, one suddenly......

Legends Made in Mysore: B K S Iyengar and Pattabhi Jois

Two of the greatest modern exponents of yoga began their life in Mysore, under the tutelage of the legendary Krishnamacharya. For both of them, life was yoga. And yoga was life, says Sunaad......

Budget on Feb 28, but will Parliament function?

The Budget session of Parliament will begin on February 21 and the General Budget will be presented to Lok Sabha on February 28. The session will be in two parts -- the first up to March 16 and......

A low-profile successor to Ratan Tata?

Unlike his famous older half-brother, Noel Naval Tata's name figures only once in the Niira Radia tapes. But the conversation reveals more about the man than any official biography posted on the......

Why the women of Wall Street are disappearing

Nadine Mentor, 29, had just landed in New York--and found out, she says, that she'd bagged one of the biggest gets of her career at Citigroup: a role for the bank leading a bond offering, valued at......

India needs a clear Pakistan policy

As Mumbai lifts itself back on to its feet, the most immediate question facing India's citizens and government is who exactly were the attackers and how did they manage to gain such ready access to......

You are being watched!

From CCTV cameras to mobile jammers and perimeter protection equipment, the Indian electronic security market is worth over Rs 1,000 crore (Rs 10 billion).Last week, when Ram Swarup -- owner of a......

Review: Killa is a beautiful, beautiful film

Killa is a deep film with lofty ambitions and brilliant performances, raves Raja Sen. It is always hard to stay under the radar as you slip into a classroom. Much as Killa's young Chinmay......

'I have gone through a midlife crisis'

'A friend of mine was going through a midlife crisis with me, so we sat down and talked it out.' 'He said, you know, we are going through a midlife crisis. I asked him for how long it would last.......

'Patang is seeped in my soul. Thank you, Prashant Bhargava'

'Prashant has left us and it is really tragic. But I want to hold on to those little moments of happiness that he shared with me and with others whose lives he touched.' Aseem Chhabra pays tribute......

Exclusive! Saving the Apu Trilogy

The journey of the digitally restored version of The Apu Trilogy is packed with dark stories and years of near detective work by those determined to preserve some of Satyajit Ray's finest works.......

Remembering Geeta Bali: Hindi cinema's Little Ms Sunshine

We commemorate the vivacious Geeta Bali through 10 of her best works on her 50th death anniversary.Geeta Bali’s name evokes blithe imagery. Her unswerving curls, chirpy eyes and pixie smile......

What it was like at the Sydney Cricket Ground

'Suddenly there was Brett Lee in the house. He had dropped by to say hello to his mates who were sitting right next to us.' 'Even as everyone clamoured to take pictures with him and he was about to......

It is easier captaining India than IPL teams: Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly served Indian cricket with great distinction. Regarded as one of the greatest captains the countryhas seen, he triggered a revolution that saw the team emerge from the status of poor......

HRT to take wing at Sepang: Karthikeyan

Narain Karthikeyan's first weekend back in Formula One was a huge let down but the Indian is confident he will finally go racing at next month's Malaysian Grand Prix. After five years out of the......

Losing quick wickets playing on Dhoni's mind

India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday admitted that losing quick wickets was still a concern but said his team was gradually improving and will be at its best against Australia in the World......

It is important to keep improving with every match: Kamade

Kenya, on Sunday produced a much improved performance during their 60-run defeat to defending champions Australia in a group A World Cup match and skipper James Kamande feels it was the "nothing to......
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Indian Railways and the families' memories

In 1947, when the British left India and withdrew its management from the vast network of railways it had laid down in the century before, the... ...

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Of fusion, folk, coffee and more

Perhaps, it all started with Avial, but Kerala's rich pedigree of folk fusion bands is seamlessly weaving its lucid aura through Masala Coffee, a... ...

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Stress the Lifestyle Killer

On a certain Monday this summer, Mumbai Police personnel underwent an exercise quite different from what they normally do. Around 250 members of... ...

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Derisive language as a political tool

Malayalis have experienced intemperate language hurled at them from street-side stages for a long time. But it has not been that long since it has... ...

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Maria Sharapova's In It To Win It

Maria Sharapova determined to win the Wimbledon AFP London: Maria Sharapova has her steely gaze set on reclaiming the Wimbledon crown, saying... ...

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