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Politicians who suffered from FOOT-IN-MOUTH diseaseRediff.com26 Dec 2014
As the year 2014 draws to an end, we at Rediff.com take to look at some of the ridiculous remarks made by some blundering politicos.
#ifeelsafewhen... It's more than just a hashtagRediff.com9 Sep 2014
What started off as a casual office discussion on crimes against women is today an online rage.
He survived ISIS massacre, faked death for 3 daysRediff.com5 Sep 2014
Today, Ali Hussein Kadhim stands before the world as a rare eyewitness to the extreme brutality of the ISIS militants.
26 crucial points PM Modi made at Red Fort speechRediff.com15 Aug 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday addressed the nation on the 68th Independence Day from the ramparts of the historic Red Fort for the first time.
House votes to sue Obama over healthcare lawRediff.com31 Jul 2014
The United States House of Representatives has voted to sue President Barack Obama for overstepping his authority in making unilateral changes to the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
The Shiv Sena MP who force-fed a staffer on Ramzan fastRediff.com23 Jul 2014
Shiv Sena Member of Parliament Rajan Vichare is in the centre of a raging controversy after the representative from Maharashtra's Thane constituency was seen force-feeding a Muslim employee of the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation -- in-charge of handling catering at Maharashtra Sadan in New Delhi.
Nobel laureate author Gabriel Garcia Marquez no moreRediff.com18 Apr 2014
Literary giant Gabriel Garcia Marquez has died, Mexico's state-run news agency reports. He was 87.
Election Commission or Mamata, who will blink first?Rediff.com8 Apr 2014
The confrontation between the Election Commission and the West Bengal government escalated by a few notches on Tuesday, with Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath asking West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to transfer five superintendents of police and one district magistrate (North 24-Parganas) by 2.30 pm on Tuesday, after Opposition parties complained against these officers and accused them of being biased.
'Move to pulp my book foretells worsening free speech in India'Rediff.com11 Feb 2014
American Indologist Wendy Doniger, the author of "The Hindus: An Alternative History", whose copies will now be withdrawn by the Penguin Books India following a court-backed settlement with a Delhi-based voluntary group, has come up with an official response.