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The Xi factor: All about China's president-in-waiting

At 15, 'princeling' Xi Jinping was forced to quit luxuries of city life and sent to work in the villages and mountains. Come March 2013, he will be the leader of over 1.3 billion Chinese people and......

PIX: Online age brings down a 244-year-old ICON

The convenient gadget age of iPads and Kindles have probably shot down its bulkiest ancestor. The Encyclopedia Britannica, which has been in continuous print since it was first published in......

From Wikipedia to Darkipedia: Protest against anti-piracy law

Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, and other popular websites went dark on Wednesday as search engine Google blotted its logo as part of protests to stop Internet piracy legislation being......

Tomorrow, no Wikipedia! Do your homework early

Online encyclopedia Wikipedia will black out its website on Wednesday for 24 hours to protest anti-piracy bills under consideration in the US Congress, saying if passed, the "destructive"......

MUST SEE: Ordinary Indians, extraordinary images

Sadly, Padma Shri T S Satyan (1923-2009), one of the most eminent and earliest photojournalists in the country, doesn't find an entry in Wikipedia. But his never-seen-before compositions, powered......

India among biggest steel producers in the world

India is among the major steel producers in the world, but is it the biggest? Let's find out. Source: Wikipedia Click NEXT to see where India...

20 economies that have the biggest budget revenues

Though India is one of the fastest growing economies, how big is the country’s budget compared to other countries in the world? India ranks 14 ahead of oil economies such as Saudi Arabia and......

The 10 longest bridges in India built above water

If you look at the 10 longest bridges in India constructed above water, Bihar has four of them. Andhra Pradesh comes next with two. However, if you consider all the bridges in the country......

6 Indians among college-dropout billionaires

Think about some of the most successful and wealthy people in the world. Chances are you might name Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Mukesh Ambani. Other than possession of great wealth,......

20 economies that have the biggest budget revenues

Though India is one of the fastest growing economies, how big is the country’s budget compared to other countries in the world? India ranks 14 ahead of oil economies such as Saudi Arabia and......

Indian Idol 2 winner Sandeep Acharya passes away

Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting. Indian Idol 2 winner Sandeep Acharya succumbed to jaundice at the young age of 29 in a hospital Gurgaon on Sunday,......

Retro Fashion we DON'T want to see again

The Wikipedia entry of the term 'retro' explains its meaning by way of an example, 'clothing from the 1980s or 1990s could be retro.' While we're on our way to 2014, all the 'retro' throwbacks we......

Videos you shouldn't miss!

This is director Suparn Verma's fun new column for Rediff Movies. Warning! This column reflects the views of the writer and the writer only! He may or may not have been in his senses......

World Cup: Petition filed to name US goalkeeper Tim Howard Secretary of Defense!

US goalkeeper Tim Howard, who pulled off a record-setting 16 saves in a 1-2 World Cup loss against Belgium, was momentarily named Secretary of Defense on Wikipedia as an enthusiastic fan edited the......
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Hello Kitty, says JP Duminy

What is Qwikipedia? Ever been on Wikipedia to look up an article? More often than not, we start with one topic, click on a few links and within... ...

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Otzi —> Srebrenica massacre

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Saurabh Aggarwal The quest to become an Ironman

By | Sportskeeda Before I begin with the interview, a word or two are in order about what exactlyan Ironman Triathlon is. Here's the Wikipedia... ...

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Joko Widodo —> Pizza

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