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ASK DR JAIN: 'My dry feet and hands make me look old'Rediff.com19 hours ago
Tackle your hair and skin problems with expert help from Dr Dinesh Jain.
After SC verdict, UPSC allows unmarried women to apply for NDA examRediff.com20 hours ago
In compliance with the apex court's interim direction, the UPSC has decided to open the application on upsconline.nic.in for this exam to enable 'unmarried women candidates only' who are otherwise eligible in terms of nationality, age, educational qualification etc., the statement said.
IPL: Sunrisers take on Punjab Kings in battle of laggardsRediff.com20 hours ago
Almost out of reckoning for a place in the play-offs, bottom-placed Sunrisers Hyderabad will look to play party-poopers when they take on an equally struggling Punjab Kings in the battle of laggards in the IPL in Sharjah on Saturday.
Two more held in Dombivli gang-rape case; search on for remaining accusedRediff.com21 hours ago
The special investigation team of Thane police has arrested two more persons from Navi Mumbai in connection with the alleged gang-rape of a 15-year-old girl, an official said on Friday.
ASK AJIT: 'Should I HOLD these stocks?'Rediff.com1 days ago
Ajit Mishra, vice president, Research, Religare Broking, answers your queries.
66% adults given at least one COVID-19 vaccine jab: GovtRediff.com1 days ago
Addressing a press conference, Union health secretary Rajesh Bhushan said 63.7 per cent vaccine doses have been administered in rural areas and 35.4 per cent in urban areas.
Maha horror, 15-year-old gang-raped for 8 monthsRediff.com1 days ago
Based on the girl's complaint, the Manpada police in Dombivli registered a case on Wednesday night against 33 persons under IPC sections 376 (rape), 376 (n) (repeated rape), 376 (d) (gang-rape), 376 (3) (rape on a woman under sixteen years of age) and provisions of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, he said.
'Money talks, nobody would say no to India'Rediff.com1 days ago
Pakistan-born Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja says 'money talks' and no team would say no to touring India but it is 'easy for players and organisations' to turn down assignments in Pakistan or Bangladesh.
Who Says Prabhas Is UPSET with Pooja?Rediff.com1 days ago
'Working with Pooja has been a great experience for Prabhas.' 'Another project with the two is being planned.'
Govt's guide on long-term health issues post CovidRediff.com1 days ago
These modules will help in building the capacity of the doctors, nurses, paramedics and community health workers across India to deal with long-term effects of Covid.
India's JOBS CRISISRediff.com2 days ago
India's work participation rate is lower than Pakistan and Bangladesh. Are Indians lazy? No, there are no jobs, asserts Aakar Patel.
'God doesn't need to send an angel from heaven to feed a hungry child'Rediff.com2 days ago
One meal at a time, Vision Rescue's Biju Thampy hopes to turn around the destiny of street kids in Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.
If All Indians Are Your Brothers And Sisters...Rediff.com2 days ago
'One doesn't need to wait for the government to come forward to help.' 'Why blame the system when we can start doing things in a small way?'
Nearly 28% urban Indians plan to spend on gold this DiwaliRediff.com2 days ago
Nearly 28 per cent of urban Indians are planning to spend on gold in the next three months, signalling a renewed appetite for the yellow metal amid the waning effects of second wave of COVID-19, as per a survey. The gems and jewellery industry, which was impacted by the COVID-induced disruptions in 2020, had shown signs of recovery in January-March this year. However, the second wave of the pandemic put a halt to it. Businesses are beginning to look up as state governments are slowly easing restrictions on movements, and organised retailers are hoping consumer demand to show positive sentiment during the festive season this year.
Captain calls Rahul-Priyanka inexperienced, Sidhu 'dangerous man'Rediff.com2 days ago
In a series of interviews, Capt Amarinder Singh said, "Priyanka and Rahul are like my children. This should not have ended like this. I am hurt."
Abducted J-K soldier's family awaits DNA results as army recovers bodyRediff.com2 days ago
After a year, a father's hope of finding the body of his son, Shakir Wagey, who worked with the Territorial Army and was killed by terrorists, was rekindled on Wednesday when the Army recovered a decomposed body near a mobile tower in this district of South Kashmir.
What Abhinav Gifted Neeraj...Rediff.com2 days ago
'I hope that Tokyo will be a supportive friend and motivate you to get a sibling named Paris for him in 2024!'
'If you are fit, all illness will stay away'Rediff.com3 days ago
'Your fitness doesn't depend on the kind of exercises you are doing.' 'Mostly it is about food.' 'It's about 75% of food and 25% workout.'
PLA Unrest: Why Xi Is WorriedRediff.com3 days ago
Protests at this time when efforts are underway to strengthen the PLA and keep morale high would be worrying for the military leadership, observes Jayadeva Ranade, the retired senior RA&W officer and distinguished China expert.
82 cr Covid vaccines administered in India: GovtRediff.com3 days ago
The cumulative number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the country crossed 82 crore on Tuesday, the Union health ministry said.
World seeing 'explosion' in power seizures by force: UN chief to world leadersRediff.com3 days ago
The world is seeing an "explosion" in seizures of power by force and military coups are back, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres told world leaders on Tuesday, lamenting that geopolitical divisions are undermining international cooperation as he called for strengthening global governance and re-igniting multilateralism.
Women's entry into NDA to be notified by May 2022, govt tells SCRediff.com3 days ago
The defence ministry has informed the Supreme Court that a notification allowing women candidates to appear for the entrance exam to the National Defence Academy will be out by May next year.
Delayed Pensions Leave Bihar's Teachers StrugglingRediff.com3 days ago
Retired college teachers in Bihar are facing financial difficulties as they have not received their pension for the past four months, reports M I Khan.
Covaxin for kids: Bharat Biotech completes phase 2/3 trialsRediff.com3 days ago
Bharat Biotech has completed the Phase 2/3 trials of COVID-19 vaccine, Covaxin for use in children under 18 years of age and is expected to submit the data by next week to the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI), Chairman and Managing Director of Bharat Biotech International Ltd, Krishna Ella said
Tax on interest of retail depositors needs relook: SBIRediff.com3 days ago
Retail depositors are earning negative returns on their bank deposits and hence, there is a need for reviewing taxes on interest earned, economists at the country's largest lender SBI have said. If not for all the depositors, the taxation review should be carried out for at least the deposits made by senior citizens who depend on the interest for their daily needs, the economists led by Soumya Kanti Ghosh said in a note, which pegged the overall retail deposits in the system at Rs 102 lakh crore. At present, banks deduct tax at source at the time of crediting interest income of over Rs 40,000 for all the depositors, while for senior citizens the taxes set-in if the income exceeds Rs 50,000 per year.
'Ceasefire now in Punjab Congress'Rediff.com3 days ago
'If the Congress wants to keep the ship afloat, it will have to bury the differences.'
No Time To Lose On AfghanistanRediff.com4 days ago
The key is to act and not wait and watch before the limited window of opportunity shuts, argues Shanthie Mariet D'Souza.
B School Curricula: Time for A Reset?Rediff.com4 days ago
... As the world swings from 'financialisation' to 'artificial intelligence', asks Ajit Balakrishnan.
Can't give 'judicial diktat' to send children to schools: SCRediff.com4 days ago
The Supreme Court on Monday observed it cannot give a 'judicial diktat' for sending children to schools disregarding the possibility of a fresh spike in COVID cases as it refused to entertain a Class 12 student's plea seeking resumption of physical classes across the country.
Trials find Covid vax safe for kids aged 5-11 yrs: Pfizer, BioNTechRediff.com4 days ago
Pfizer and BioNTech SE on Monday said trial results of COVID-19 vaccine showed that it is safe and produced robust neutralising antibody response in children aged five to 11 years, and they plan to seek regulatory approvals as soon as possible.
Kate Winslet gives YOU something to talk aboutRediff.com4 days ago
Kate Winslet won her second Emmy for playing the role of Detective Mare Sheehan in Mare Of Easttown.
IPL: Battle of explosive top-orders as Rajasthan Royals meet Punjab KingsRediff.com4 days ago
Liam Livingstone and Evin Lewis's explosive batting will meet its match in Chris Gayle's power and KL Rahul's finesse when Rajasthan Royals lock horns with Punjab Kings to improve upon their mid-table position in the Indian Premier League in Dubai on Tuesday.
'You can get away with love handles'Rediff.com4 days ago
Kriti Kharbanda reveals her love for fitness, food, fashion and more.
ASK ANU: 'My husband doesn't love me'Rediff.com5 days ago
Mental health and life coach Anu Krishna tells you how to take charge of your life.
What Congress fears the most from Amarinder's exitRediff.com5 days ago
Congress leaders are now in a "wait and watch" mode over the possible ripple effect of Punjab developments in faction-ridden Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, the only two states other than Punjab where the party is in power on its own.
Jharkhand: 7 girls drown in pond during tribal festivalRediff.com6 days ago
The tragedy occurred at Bukru village under Shregada within Balumath police station limits when the girls had gone to the pond for immersion after Karma Puja, a major festival in Jharkhand.
On Modi's birthday, India jabs record 2.5 cr Covid dosesRediff.com7 days ago
The total number of doses administered in the country has crossed 78.68 crore.
86% of Mumbai-ites have Covid antibodies, shows sero surveyRediff.com7 days ago
As much as 86.64 per cent of Mumbai's population has developed antibodies against coronavirus as per the latest sero-survey, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) claimed on Friday.
14 workers injured as under-construction flyover collapses in MumbaiRediff.com7 days ago
At least 14 workers were injured after a girder of an under-construction flyover at MTNL junction in suburban Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumba collapsed early on Friday, civic officials said.
Explained: What USFDA full approval to Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine meansRediff.com7 days ago
Pfizer can show the FDA approval to the Indian regulator and present a case that based on whatever data submitted, the US regulator has granted a full marketing nod, says Sohini Das.