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IAF chief flies single-seater Tejas MK 1 fighterRediff.com25 Aug 2021
Indian Air Force chief Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria flew a Tejas single-seater light combat aircraft MK1 FOC fighter during his visit to IAF and flight test establishments and facilities of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) in Bengaluru.
Mahindra XUV700: A powerhouse that ushers in a new era of excellenceRediff.com21 Aug 2021
Is the XUV700 just a facelifted XUV500 or is it a completely new breed in the vast range of SUVs available today? Rajesh Karkera takes the latest offering from the Mahindra stable for a spin to find out.
Delicious Payasam RecipesRediff.com20 Aug 2021
No better way to end an elaborate Onam Sadya than with a bowl or two of payasam.
Anil Ambani, ex-CBI chief among Pegasus 'targets'Rediff.com22 Jul 2021
The government and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party have dismissed the Pegasus Project reports as concocted and evidence-less.
DRDO conducts maiden trial of Python-5 Air-to-Air MissileRediff.com28 Apr 2021
Python-5 missile live firing was conducted to validate target engagement from all aspects as well as beyond visual ranges. In all the live firings, missile hit the aerial target.
90-yr-old from Maharashtra defeats COVID-19 twiceRediff.com23 Apr 2021
The nonagenarian has attributed his recovery to clean habits, a healthy lifestyle and a positive attitude.
Mumbai Saga reviewRediff.com20 Mar 2021
For audiences who love gangster dramas, there is a lot of fun in store, promises Joginder Tuteja.
Tejas is superior to Sino-Pak's J-19, but...Rediff.com29 Jan 2021
The Tejas Mark 1A outperforms the Sino-Pakistan JF-17 Thunder in avionics and weaponry, but the finance ministry's tax burden makes the Indian LCA costlier and hurts it in the export market.
Several countries have shown interest in Tejas: HAL chairmanRediff.com24 Jan 2021
The delivery of the Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) to the Indian Air Force under a Rs 48,000-crore deal will begin from March 2024 and around 16 aircraft will be rolled out annually till the completion of the total supply of 83 jets, Chairman and Managing Director of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited R Madhavan said on Sunday.
Missed filing IT Returns?Rediff.com11 Jan 2021
'If you miss the deadline, you can still file a belated tax return till March 31, 2021, with a fee under Section 234F, which could be up to Rs 10,000, in addition to an interest under Section 234A and 234B of the Act.'
ASK ANIL: 'Do I have to pay tax on EPF interest?'Rediff.com21 Dec 2020
Tax Guru Anil Rego answers your personal income tax queries.
Ask Anil: Your tax queries answeredRediff.com27 Nov 2020
Tax Guru Anil Rego answers your personal income tax queries.
'Indian Navy is confident of rising to any challenge'Rediff.com21 Sep 2020
'The Indian Navy has sufficient combat power in areas of interest to India that can quickly scale up operations if the need arises.' 'This includes all the choke points leading into the Indian Ocean as also areas within.'
25 GRAND Frames of Mughal-E-AzamRediff.com5 Aug 2020
Sukanya Verma celebrates its grandeur and grandiloquence in 25 glorious frames on its diamond anniversary.
When Saroj Khan made Sridevi, Madhuri, Aishwarya danceRediff.com8 Jul 2020
Saroj Khan on the dancing skills of Bollywood's biggest stars.
The Best of Saroj KhanRediff.com7 Jul 2020
Sukanya Verma salutes the power of Saroj Khan and her brilliant choreography.
Chinese banks face SBI hurdle in recovering Anil Ambani duesRediff.com13 Jun 2020
With the State Bank of India moving the National Company Law Tribunal's Delhi bench to enforce the personal guarantees of Ambani, it will delay the recovery of dues by the Chinese banks which won a UK court order in May this year.
Why India needs more ships like INS JalashwaRediff.com29 May 2020
At war, the Jalashwa can carry and launch a full infantry battalion in a single wave. At peace, the Jalashwa can evacuate 1,000 people in a single trip. Ajai Shukla explains why the Indian Navy's new tender for more ships like the Jalashwa must be treated with special urgency.
How the loan default case against Anil Ambani is unfoldingRediff.com25 May 2020
The dispute between RCom and Chinese banks led by ICBC started after Anil Ambani led company defaulted on its loans to Indian as well as Chinese banks. A British court on May 22 asked Ambani to pay nearly $717 million to three Chinese banks within 21 days.
Three films to watch on EidRediff.com25 May 2020
Subhash K Jha is not recommending Pakeezah and Umrao Jaan. They are beyond recommendation, he says.
10 Times We Fell in Love With Madhuri DixitRediff.com15 May 2020
On her 53rd birthday, Sukanya Verma lists 10 times the world fell in love with La Dixit.
Bobby to Amar Akbar Antony: Super Rishi songsRediff.com5 May 2020
Sukanya Verma salutes most beloved Rishi Kapoor melodies.
Anil Ambani says his net worth is nearly zeroRediff.com7 Feb 2020
In what is in effect a deposit to be paid into court pending a full trial in the case, Judge David Waksman has set a six-week timeline for Anil to pay $100 million to three Chinese banks as he concluded that he did not accept Ambani's defence that his net worth was nearly zero or that his family would not step in to assist him when "push came to shove".
Why this Tejas landing is historicRediff.com14 Jan 2020
Landing on an aircraft carrier deck is the ultimate and most daunting challenge for a fighter pilot. This takes India into a select group of nations -- the US, the UK, Russia, France, and China -- that have developed such jets.
Naval version of Tejas successfully takes off from aircraft carrierRediff.com12 Jan 2020
On Saturday, the aircraft made its first landing on the deck of INS Vikramaditya which was also a major milestone. Both the landing and take off by the aircraft put India among a select group of nations having the capability to design such a jet which can operate from an aircraft carrier.
Naval version of Tejas lands on INS Vikramaditya for 1st timeRediff.com11 Jan 2020
The naval version of Tejas light combat aircraft is in development stage. Officials said the successful "arrested landing" of the prototype of the naval version of Tejas on the deck of INS Vikramaditya is expected to speed up development of the jet for the Indian Navy.
Coming soon! AMCA, India's Gen-5 fighterRediff.com28 Dec 2019
While its operating radius remains secret, a back-of-the-envelope calculation indicates it can easily strike targets 1,000 kilometres away and return to base.
How Tejas Mark 1A won a Rs 26,000 crore orderRediff.com24 Dec 2019
The IAF has demanded five new capabilities in the Mark 1A that would give it a clear combat edge over Pakistan's entire fighter fleet, and most of China's as well.
PICS: Messi wins record sixth Ballon d'OrRediff.com3 Dec 2019
Megan Rapinoe earlier won the women's Ballon d'Or after leading the United States to a record-extending fourth World Cup title in France this year as they retained the trophy.
Deepika strikes gold, Ankita wins silver in Asian ArcheryRediff.com28 Nov 2019
India's Deepika Kumari and Anikita Bhakat won the gold and silver medals respectively in the women's individual recurve event of the 21st Asian Archery Championships in Bangkok on Thursday.
What is diabetes shock?Rediff.com14 Nov 2019
Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar can affect a person's movement and ability to think clearly, which can even cause serious accidents.
Abhijit's Nobel and the challenges aheadRediff.com4 Nov 2019
'The fruition of Nobel's hope lies in the response of a caring government that can rise above politics and propaganda, not in the frenetic raptures of a public that worships fame for fame's sake,' says Sunanda K Datta-Ray.
Now, watch Umrao Jaan on stageRediff.com18 Oct 2019
'Umrao Jaan has a beautiful soundtrack, and has been very dear to us right from our childhood days. We felt it had the perfect story to recreate for a stage musical.'
Modi, Xi discuss terror, trade in 2.5-hr dinner conversationRediff.com12 Oct 2019
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar described the engagement between Modi and Xi on the first day of the Informal summit as 'highly productive'.
PHOTOS: Rajnath becomes first Defence Minister to fly in TejasRediff.com19 Sep 2019
Wearing a G suit, the minister buckled himself in the seat behind the pilot in the aircraft.
PIX: Alia-Ranbir party with the AmbanisRediff.com3 Sep 2019
Guests trouped out of Arpita Khan's party and into Mukesh Ambani's, on the other side of Mumbai.
Inspiring! This model turned rejection into SUCCESSRediff.com24 Aug 2019
LFW model Anita Kumar tells us how she fought multiple rejections and came back stronger each time.
No one drives cars that vintage: IAF chief on MIG-21Rediff.com20 Aug 2019
Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa said the IAF is "always cautious and alert" to check any untoward aerial movement on the border.
Watch! When Khayyam spoke about his favourite songRediff.com20 Aug 2019
When Khayyam talked about his favourite singer, the song he can never forget and the film that won him the National Award.
Van Dijk vies with Messi, Ronaldo for UEFA awardRediff.com15 Aug 2019
While Ronaldo, a three-time winner, has been ever-present in the final three since the award was created in 2011, centre back Van Dijk makes his first appearance after helping Liverpool win the Champions League title last season.