All stories by Abhishek Mande Bhot
A married man wanted to know what intercourse was!Rediff.com6 Jan 2018
India's most famous sexpert Dr Mahinder Watsa on how Indians behave between the sheets.
Amid cries of Jai Shri Ram, Amish launches his latest bookRediff.com24 Jun 2015
Abhishek Mande Bhot is convinced he has not seen such a huge book launch in Mumbai ever.
Padma Iyer wants a suitable boy for her sonRediff.com22 Jun 2015
How a mother's search for a suitable boy gained global coverage.
The cancer conquerorRediff.com1 Jun 2015
Ananda Shankar Jayant had everything going for her. Then, she saw her medical reports.
A letter for Modiji... in emoji!Rediff.com26 May 2015
As Narendra Modi completes a year in office, it only seemed fair to voice the concerns of young Indians in a language we speak most fluently: emojispeak!
Top 10 reasons why Max is MadRediff.com26 May 2015
And the one thing I couldn't work out for the life of me is what exactly is Max mad about. So, I humbly present my top ten reasons.
The chaiwallah who is now a web developerRediff.com30 Apr 2015
He may not be Narendra Modi but Raju Yadav, who once sold tea in Mumbai, has turned his life around, discovers Abhishek Mande-Bhot/Rediff.com.
Robert Downey Jr didn't need to act like a jerkRediff.com24 Apr 2015
'It is impossible to get any of the top five movie stars in Bollywood for an honest one-on-one interview, which spans beyond seven minutes unless your media house has a marketing tie-up with the movie they are part of. Even then, they will rarely ever want to go outside their comfort zone and open up.'
Kanpur to MIT: The inspiring journey of Ayush SharmaRediff.com21 Apr 2015
Son of a mechanic from the Public Works Department, Ayush Sharma has not only won admission to the undergraduate programme at the prestigious American university, but also a full tuition waiver.
Meet the 'Mauka, Mauka' starRediff.com1 Apr 2015
'Mauka, Mauka' he begged and boy! did he get one. Meet Vishal Malhotra, the actor behind the popular ad.
Ways of seeingRediff.com12 Mar 2015
What makes Ashdeen Lilaowala's work with the Parsi gara so important? Read on.
A small measure of peaceRediff.com10 Mar 2015
There's something quite serene about an endless stretch of barren land discovers Abhishek Mande Bhot/Rediff.com
The Rediff Cricket Show: When India played like ChampionsRediff.com23 Feb 2015
South Africa may be the favourite to win the World Cup, but February 22 -- the day they took on India -- told a different story.
10 things Generation Y should knowRediff.com23 Jan 2015
Parag Saigaonkar, author of The Perfect Storm in an interview lists out ten things India's Gen Y should know.
The girl who fought backRediff.com20 Jan 2015
Kiran Kanojia lost her limb when two miscreants made away with her bag. But she hasn't let that stop her.
The amazing success story of Abhijit Avasthi!Rediff.com1 Dec 2014
The journey of Abhijit Avasthi, the former national creative director of Ogilvy & Mather, is as amazing as it is unbelievable. Read on!
Will you quit your job to hit the road?Rediff.com20 Nov 2014
Why are more and more young people quitting their day jobs to travel? Abhishek Mande Bhot finds out.
Love him, hate him, Dan Brown is a rockstar!Rediff.com14 Nov 2014
Bestselling author Dan Brown spoke at the Penguin Annual Lecture in Mumbai on November 12. Snapshots from the evening
The girl who ranRediff.com4 Nov 2014
Shibani Gharat loves to run. So this September the 29-year-old decided to test her limits and ran 72 kilometres along the world's highest motorable path. This is her story.
Will you kiss in Kochi too?Rediff.com31 Oct 2014
A group of young women and men have had enough of moral policing in Kerala. On Sunday, November 2 they plan to meet at Kochi's Marine Drive and stage a somewhat unique protest that involves... kissing.
What makes this girl from Mumbai's red light district so different?Rediff.com29 Sep 2014
Twenty-year-old Sheetal Jain is the daughter of a bar dancer and grew up in Mumbai's red light district. She is now in the US pursuing a course in drumming
'The message we want to spread is of a Congress-free Bharat'Rediff.com8 Dec 2013
'Be it Shivraj Singh Chouhan or Raman Singh or Vasundhara Raje --- all of them would have won as it is. These are all leaders who would have won on their own. But the victory margins have been enriched by Modiji's campaign.'
26/11: 'Yes, this is Moshe...I'm ok'Rediff.com28 Nov 2013
Moshe's laughter rings in the home of the Rosenbergs, his maternal grandparents in Afula, Israel. Abhishek Mande Bhot listens in.