All stories by Prasanna D Zore And Hitesh Harisinghani
Picking up the pieces after death and destructionRediff.com19 Jul 2019
More than two weeks after a wall collapsed in suburban Mumbai, killing 30 people and injuring more than 100, Rediff.com's Prasanna D Zore and Hitesh Harisinghani visit the area to know how the survivors devastated by the deluge are coping with their lives.
'I thank the Almighty to have given me courage'Rediff.com20 Jul 2017
'After shots were fired from the front, I ducked and shifted my position instinctively.' 'I had heard from other drivers that when stones are pelted at a bus the first target is the driver.'
'I will rip apart those terrorists'Rediff.com19 Jul 2017
'If you have the guts, come out in the open and fire.' 'Why take advantage of darkness and attack?' 'Fight openly if you have to!' 'Why are you killing old people?'
'My mother is Modi's mother; he will punish his mother's killers'Rediff.com19 Jul 2017
Bereaved families on how they are coping with their tragedies after terrorists gunned down seven tourists from Gujarat and Maharashtra on July 10 in Kashmir
'It's time for another surgical strike'Rediff.com18 Jul 2017
Three eyewitnesses, who saw deaths around them, as terrorists pumped bullets into a bus (GJ09Z9976) carrying 56 tourists heading to Katra from Srinagar, recount their horrors.
Queer, and proud of it!Rediff.com28 Dec 2015
The LGBT community in Mumbai, as in parts of India, longs for acceptance, freedom and equal rights and to spread this message a group of 15 people gathered at Mumbai's Marine Drive to ask for hugs. And acceptance.
Neither a talk nor a shove: How Kasuri lulled his audienceRediff.com13 Oct 2015
After all the drama that preceded the book launch of former Pakistani foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri's book launch, the discussion that ensued on the book the same evening turned out to be a fiasco. Here's why