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Why Ram/Buddha, Tendulkar/Jayasuriya is hard to beat

If India follows smart cultural diplomacy in Sri Lanka, it has unmatched advantages over both China and Pakistan, says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). Part 1: A soldier returns to Sri Lanka IMAGE:......

What ISRO is doing to put Indians into space

'The astronaut's suit is already done by a Baroda company and has been tested.' As Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman Dr A S Kiran Kumar retires today, January 14,, he tells Shivanand......

Is this how we treat our soldiers?

Whilst politicians promise to uphold the honour and interests of our soldiers, the very opposite is being done, says Karan Thapar. IMAGE: The army's ranking has been systematically lowered since......

Condemn countries using terrorism as instrument of state policy: India @ UN

  In a veiled attack on Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday said terrorists continue to find shelter in countries using terrorism as an "instrument of state policy"......

Sheena Bora finally makes an appearance

There it lay, a photograph on the desk under a stapler, and later a stamp pad, forgotten, done with, like its subject, a Mumbai Metro One employee who vanished overnight.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel......

TCS@50: Why India must be in eternal debt to F C Kohli

50 years ago, on April 1, 1968, Tata Consultancy Services -- now India's leading IT company -- was born.The foundation for TCS was laid by Faqir Chand Kohli whose life touched directly or......

The bank fraud no one is checking

The loss to policyholders due to massive mis-selling of insurance policies by trusted private sector and public sector banks will be well in excess of Rs 2 trillion, warns Harsh Roongta. Mahesh......

What IndiGo needs to do to restore its image

IndiGo clearly needs to refresh its HR and training manual, says Shyamal Majumdar. IMAGE: A video grab of IndiGo staffers assaulting a passenger that went viral recently. Just three weeks ago,......

A CEO of CEOs

'We have great demographics, and are the fastest growing large economy. And we save.''All of which is great for financial services,' Aditya Birla Capital CEO Ajay Srinivasan tells Niraj......

Watch out for this business star!

'I have been managing people since I was very young. I really enjoy it.''For me, age is only a proxy for experience,' Nitin Prasad, Shell's 40-year-old chairman, tells Jyoti Mukul.Illustration:......

Review: Dangal is India's best sports film

If sporting films were pitted against one another, Dangal would be champion, says Raja Sen. This summer, India learnt the name Produnova. An intricate gymnastic move named after a legendary Russian......

Review: Island City is a compelling film about Mumbai

Island City should not be missed, raves Aseem Chhabra. Ruchika Oberoi's Island City is set in that massive, over-populated island city called Mumbai. The characters that reside in the three......

Hanging out at the movies

How do you even define a movie that primarily exists as an invitation to its audience -- an invitation to come and merely laze around with a set of interesting characters, asks Sreehari Nair.......

'Amjad did not sound like a dacoit'

'I have done so many films but even today when I walk on the road, people call me Kaalia. I don't feel bad. I feel proud that people have seen me in Sholay and remember me.' Viju Khote shares his......

Awadh, through Muzaffar Ali's Jaanisaar

Muzaffar Ali’s period drama Jaanisaar launched its first look and trailer at the Asia Fashion Week in London last week. The movie marks the return of the maverick filmmaker to the silver......

It's a wrap for Winter Olympics!

South Korea's final Olympic challenge: keep the lights on IMAGE: General view of the Olympic cauldron before the closing ceremony. Photograph: Jorge Silva/Reuters Olympic officials have showered......

Day 14: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Zagitova gives OAR first Pyeongchang gold IMAGE: Alina Zagitova of Olympic Athlete from Russia competes during the Ladies Single Skating Free Skating. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images Russian......

Abhinav Bindra on how India can win 30, 40 medals

'10,000 athletes compete at an Olympic Games, only 300 go back with a gold medal.''It takes time for an athlete to develop, you have to give the athletes a chance and time to develop.'  ......

Isinbayeva quits as Russian anti-doping chief

Twice Olympic pole vault champion Yelena Isinbayeva has resigned as chair of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA), the Interfax news agency reported -- a move that may help Russian athletes......

Bindra on how India can emerge as a sporting nation

The Indian shooters fired a blank at the Rio 2016 Olympics with Abhinav Bindra missing the medal by a whisker but the 2008 Beijing Olympic champion said he has high hopes for Tokyo. IMAGE: Abhinav......
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Modi govt may have finally cracked the formula to create more employable graduates

Barely a week after its notification on officially allowing lateral entry into the administration, the Centre has started working towards putting a... ...

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China's war against Islam

Hong Kong: There has been a sharp uptick in government-backed persecution of Christianity and other religions in China, but none are currently... ...

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How I lost 42 kilos in six months

Vamshi Krishna from Hyderabad went from 136 kg in June 2017 to 94 kg in December. He tells Rediff.com how he did it. Vamshi Krishna, then and now.... ...

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between scientific, ethical and commercial issues

David Glance , University of Western Australia The fatal crash involving an autonomous car operated by Uber in the United States was a tragic but... ...

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Why Ram/Buddha, Tendulkar/Jayasuriya is hard to beat

If India follows smart cultural diplomacy in Sri Lanka, it has unmatched advantages over both China and Pakistan, says Colonel Anil A Athale... ...

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