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Etihad's record bodes well for Jet

Etihad's record bodes well for Jet

Rediff.com17 Dec 2013

But the Abu Dhabi-based airline would first bolster its own network with traffic from India before Jet's turnaround.

Nigeria qualify for 2014 Rio World Cup

Nigeria qualify for 2014 Rio World Cup

Rediff.com16 Nov 2013

Nigeria became the first African country to qualify for next year's World Cup finals after a 2-0 home win over Ethiopia in their playoff in Calabar on Saturday.

WC qualifiers: Cameroon keeper rescues team in draw vs Tunisia

WC qualifiers: Cameroon keeper rescues team in draw vs Tunisia

Rediff.com14 Oct 2013

Cameroon goalkeeper Charles Itandje made several sparkling saves to help his side force a 0-0 draw in Tunisia on Sunday in the first leg of their World Cup playoff.

World Cup qualifiers: Ethiopia knock out South Africa

World Cup qualifiers: Ethiopia knock out South Africa

Rediff.com17 Jun 2013

Ethiopia ended the hopes of 2010 World Cup hosts South Africa from making next year's finals in Brazil after a dramatic round of African group stage qualifying matches on Sunday.

African Nations Cup: Nigeria go through, Zambia bow out

African Nations Cup: Nigeria go through, Zambia bow out

Rediff.com30 Jan 2013

Burkina Faso sprung a major surprise at the African Nations Cup when they drew 0-0 with holders Zambia on Tuesday to reach the quarter-finals along with Nigeria who beat Ethiopia 2-0.

Tribute to dad: A life spent fighting injustice

Tribute to dad: A life spent fighting injustice

Rediff.com26 Dec 2012

'He spent his lifetime writing about Africa, supporting the continent's desires to stand up against injustice. Watching him work, I learned to be tolerant, secular and liberal, values that now define who I have become.' Aseem Chhabra pays tribute to his father Hari Sharan Chhabra, one of India's foremost experts on Africa.

READ: PM Manmohan Singh's speech at UN General Assembly

READ: PM Manmohan Singh's speech at UN General Assembly

Rediff.com24 Sep 2011

Text of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's speech at the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

PM returns for home after six-day Africa visit

PM returns for home after six-day Africa visit

Rediff.com28 May 2011

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday left for home after a six-day visit to Ethiopia and Tanzania during which he announced a financial package of $6.6 billion to the African nations.

India bids for Africa's hearts and minds

India bids for Africa's hearts and minds

Rediff.com27 May 2011

Delhi's new catch-phrase these days is, 'capacity-building in Africa'.

PM reaches out to Indian community in Tanzania

PM reaches out to Indian community in Tanzania

Rediff.com26 May 2011

He said that his government is deeply committed to the welfare and prosperity of the Indian community in Tanzania.

PM tells Ethiopian Parliament about Nehru, dosas

PM tells Ethiopian Parliament about Nehru, dosas

Rediff.com26 May 2011

India on Thursday made a strong pitch to the United Nations to take the lead in evolving a comprehensive response to the threat of international piracy in the Red Sea and off the coast of Somalia to ensure unhindered maritime trade. Simultaneously, the international community should continue with efforts to restore stability in Somalia, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said while addressing the joint session of the Ethiopian Parliament in Addis Ababa.

How UPA govt plans to promote India Inc abroad

How UPA govt plans to promote India Inc abroad

Rediff.com26 May 2011

To help consolidate India as a major global power, the Manmohan Singh-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government will unveil a new policy to promote Indian companies in international markets.

We don't want Pakistan to disintegrate: India

We don't want Pakistan to disintegrate: India

Rediff.com25 May 2011

"David Headley has only allayed our worst fears and whatever is being said at Chicago only confirms our suspicion," commented an official who is accompanying Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to Addis Ababa.

India, Africa condemn terrorism, piracy

India, Africa condemn terrorism, piracy

Rediff.com25 May 2011

The Addis Ababa Declaration, which was adopted at the end of the second Africa-India Forum Summit, called on all countries to ensure that acts of cross-border terrorism do not occur and their territories are not made a base for terrorists. Both India and Africa condemned piracy and terrorism in all forms and called for active prosecution of persons who subscribe to such heinous crimes. "We unequivocally condemn terrorism in all its forms and manifestations," it stated

India, Africa seek support to curb price rise

India, Africa seek support to curb price rise

Rediff.com25 May 2011

Concerned over disturbing trends in global economy, India and African nations on Wednesday called for increasing economic cooperation to combat the menace of rising food and energy prices.

Give money to check climate change: India, Africa

Give money to check climate change: India, Africa

Rediff.com25 May 2011

India and Africa on Wednesday asked the developed counties to take "ambitious actions" to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and also provide finance and technology to the developing counties so that they could effectively address the impact of climate change.

Africa backs India's bid for permanent UNSC seat

Africa backs India's bid for permanent UNSC seat

Rediff.com24 May 2011

India found support in Africa in becoming a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. During Dr Manmohan Singh's meet with the leaders of the African Union in Addis Ababa, the voice of Africa was unanimous in India bagging a permanent seat.

PM announces $5 billion aid to Africa

PM announces $5 billion aid to Africa

Rediff.com24 May 2011

Seeking to make inroads into Africa, Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said at the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa that India will continue to support efforts at infrastructure development, before announcing some very handsome grants which aim at helping Africa.

PM arrives in Ethiopia for India-Africa summit

PM arrives in Ethiopia for India-Africa summit

Rediff.com23 May 2011

Seeking to inject a fresh impetus to India's strategic ties with African countries, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday left on a six-day visit to Ethiopia and Tanzania during which he will discuss ways to effectively combat the twin threats of terrorism and piracy.

India on a road to rediscover Africa

India on a road to rediscover Africa

Rediff.com21 May 2011

India is on a rediscovery of Africa. India and Africa, as maritime neighbours have an ancient tradition of trading links. But a modern day engagement is taking shape between them with the Indian government going ahead with a Focus Africa policy for a structured interaction with all regions of the African continent. The second Africa-India Forum Summit is to be held in Addis Ababa next week.

India-Africa trade to reach $70 bn by 2015

India-Africa trade to reach $70 bn by 2015

Rediff.com19 May 2011

Political leaders, industrialists and businessmen are increasingly looking to tap the resource-rich countries of the world's second largest continent even as two-way trade between India and Africa is poised to reach $70 billion by 2015 from $46 billion at present.

India, Nigeria to have direct flights soon

India, Nigeria to have direct flights soon

Rediff.com4 May 2011

Foreign Minister Henry Odein Ajumogobia was addressing a group of nine Indian journalists in Abuja on familiarisation visit to the country, who were accompanied by the high commissioner to the country, Mahesh Sachdev.

Budget: Will you be able to save more taxes now?

Budget: Will you be able to save more taxes now?

Rediff.com28 Feb 2011

In an hour-long chat on Monday, Mahesh Padmanabhan from RelaxwithTax replied to many tax-related questions.

Ethiopians Assefa, Yal win Mumbai marathon

Ethiopians Assefa, Yal win Mumbai marathon

Rediff.com16 Jan 2011

Ethiopians Girma Assefa and Koren Yal set new course records as the African nation took the men's and women's honours respectiely in the eighth edition of the Mumbai Marathon on Sunday. Assefa completed the gruelling 42.1-km run in 2 hours, 09 minutes and 54 seconds, erasing the previous record of 2:11:54 seconds, set by Kenya's Kenneth Mungara two years ago.

Ethiopians Assefa, Yal win Mumbai marathon

Ethiopians Assefa, Yal win Mumbai marathon

Rediff.com16 Jan 2011

Ethiopians Girma Assefa and Koren Yal set new course records as the African nation took the men's and women's honours respectiely in the eighth edition of the Mumbai Marathon on Sunday. Assefa completed the gruelling 42.1-km run in 2 hours, 09 minutes and 54 seconds, erasing the previous record of 2:11:54 seconds, set by Kenya's Kenneth Mungara two years ago.

'Emperor' Gebrselassie in retirement U-turn

'Emperor' Gebrselassie in retirement U-turn

Rediff.com15 Nov 2010

Marathon world record holder Haile Gebrselassie reversed his decision to retire and will continue to run competitively.

Ethiopian airlines plane crashes near Beirut

Ethiopian airlines plane crashes near Beirut

Rediff.com25 Jan 2010

An Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 plane with 85 people on board crashed, shortly after taking off from Beirut. The flight was bound from Beirut for Addis Ababa.

'Being an entrepreneur makes you a better person'

'Being an entrepreneur makes you a better person'

Rediff.com26 Oct 2009

Go ahead and be an entrepreneur! Don't keep saying, I want to be an entrepreneur and one day, I will be one. There is no some day; just go out and chase your dreams, says Prof. Nandini Vaidyanathan.

Chat with Telugu director Krishna Vamsi

Chat with Telugu director Krishna Vamsi

Rediff.com4 Feb 2009

Telugu director Krishna Vamsi answered questions from his fans during a rediff chat.

'King of kings' Qaddafi named African Union head

'King of kings' Qaddafi named African Union head

Rediff.com3 Feb 2009

Notwithstanding accusations of being a terror sponsor, the Libyan President helped set up the African Union and has been vouching for a single African military force, a single currency and a single passport for Africans to move within the continent.

UN chief Ban to visit India next week

UN chief Ban to visit India next week

Rediff.com30 Jan 2009

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will visit India next week to attend a four-day summit on sustainable development, after visiting Pakistan, where he is expected to discuss terrorism among other issues.His programme in New Delhi is not yet known but his visit is mainly to attend the Sustainable Development Summit beginning on February 4.Prior to going to Delhi, he will pay an official visit to Pakistan, where he is expected to discuss the situation in the region.

'Malnutrition kills most children in India'

'Malnutrition kills most children in India'

Rediff.com24 Dec 2008

Rishi Mediratta is one of the 40 people across the United States chosen recently as this year's Marshall Scholars. Funded by the British government, the scholarship, which covers university fees and living expenses, gives Mediratta the opportunity to study at any British university for two to three years.

Travel: Offbeat, exotic, not-so-dangerous spots

Travel: Offbeat, exotic, not-so-dangerous spots

Rediff.com23 Jul 2008

Fascinating places with bad reputations: These places may have a bad rap -- but we think you'll have a great (and safe) vacation!

India, China in race to capture Africa trade pie

India, China in race to capture Africa trade pie

Rediff.com8 Mar 2008

Hotlines between New Delhi and Addis Ababa, the headquarters of the African Union, are working overtime to make next month's India-Africa summit as big a success as a similar event organised by China last year. New Delhi's intention to give a new thrust to its relations with Africa was evident when it announced a hike of 60 per cent in its aid to the continent for the next financial year. The 2008-09 Budget presented in Parliament last week, enhanced aid to Africa.

5 more killed in NSCN-IM, KLA clash

5 more killed in NSCN-IM, KLA clash

Rediff.com10 Sep 2007

Five more lives have been lost in the on-going bloody conflict between the Naga rebel group National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) and the Kuki Liberation Army based in Manipur.

SIPs help beat market ups and downs

SIPs help beat market ups and downs

Rediff.com9 Aug 2007

To minimise risks, always go for a good mix of stocks, says Head Research and Director Edelweiss Insurance Brokers, Shriram Iyer.

India launches Pan-African e-network project

India launches Pan-African e-network project

Rediff.com6 Jul 2007

A brainchild of President A P J Abdul Kalam, the pilot project for tele-education and tele-medicine under the Rs 542.9 crore (Rs 5.42 billion) pan-African programme was inaugurated by External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee.

Ethiopia offers visa on arrival for Indians

Ethiopia offers visa on arrival for Indians

Rediff.com5 Jul 2007

The decision to extend visa on arrival facility to Indians was taken during discussions between visiting External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee and his Ethiopian counterpart Seyoum Mesfin in the picturesque capital city of Addis Ababa.

Court of inquiry against 2 army personnel

Court of inquiry against 2 army personnel

Rediff.com28 Mar 2007

A Court of Inquiry has been ordered against two personnel, including a major, working with Army Intelligence after two Ethiopian girls were found at their residence last week.

'India remains my favourite stock market'

'India remains my favourite stock market'

Rediff.com19 Jun 2006

When global investors look at India, they are interested but they are also a bit nervous

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