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'Humiliated' Capt Amarinder Singh resigns as Punjab CMRediff.com1 hour ago
Congress veteran Amarinder Singh on Saturday resigned as chief minister of Punjab, capping months of a power tussle that had polarised the ruling party in the state headed for elections in just about four months.
'Tragic mistake': US admits Kabul drone strike killed 10 civiliansRediff.com9 hours ago
Giving a detailed account of the strike, Gen McKenzie said the investigation now concludes that the strike was a tragic mistake.
With father's arrest, Chhattisgarh CM Baghel conveys rule of law messageRediff.com1 days ago
Bhupesh Baghel said about his father that he respected his father as a son, but as a chief minister, none of his mistakes that will disturb public order can be ignored.
NC leader's murder plot inspired from movie Drishyam: CopsRediff.com1 days ago
The accused in National Conference leader Trilochan Singh Wazir's murder case were planning his killing for the past two-three months and planted fake evidence to mislead the police, taking inspiration from Bollywood movie Drishyam, officials said.
'I hope India does not give up on Afghanistan'Rediff.com1 days ago
'There is far more goodwill towards India from across the board in Afghanistan'
'If the Taliban see my father, they could harm him'Rediff.com1 days ago
For Afghans in India, including medical tourists from the war-torn country as well as migrants and refugees staying here much longer, the safety of friends and families is the biggest concern - particularly for those linked to the now collapsed government or who have had work ties with the US.
Indian abducted in Kabul: Closely monitoring situation, says MEARediff.com1 days ago
According to reports, Bansri Lal Arendeh was kidnapped at gunpoint on Tuesday in the Afghan capital city.
Adorable! Kareena, Saif, Taimur and Jeh...Rediff.com2 days ago
Rediff.com Contributing Photographer Pradeep Bandekar sighted these stars on Wednesday.
Tatas, SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh bid for Air IndiaRediff.com2 days ago
"Financial bids for Air India disinvestment received by Transaction Adviser. Process now moves to concluding stage," DIPAM Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey tweeted.
How US LOST to Pakistan in AfghanistanRediff.com3 days ago
For two decades the US paid in blood and blood money for dependence on Pakistan to carry out one president's boast. Now, having been defeated by its proxies, another president will go into Rawalpindi's embrace to satisfy his constituents, predicts Shekhar Gupta.
Kovind to stay in Shimla hotel as staffers at retreat test positiveRediff.com4 days ago
President Ram Nath Kovind will stay at a private hotel in Shimla instead of the presidential retreat where he normally stays, during his visit beginning Thursday to Himachal Pradesh, where he will address a special session of the state assembly.
This Englishman Wants to Play the IPL!Rediff.com4 days ago
'The explosive English opener is on his way to the #Risers camp.'
Centre's Taliban Response Puts UP BJP in A FixRediff.com4 days ago
The pressure on Delhi mellowed Lucknow's ruling dispensation's initial enthusiasm to try and draw electoral mileage from the developments in Afghanistan.
President Xi praises PLA's model border battalion in TibetRediff.com4 days ago
Xi commended the battalion members for their remarkable efforts in guarding China's border region, noting that they have dedicated their youth to securing the country's territorial integrity and have accomplished their missions well, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.
First commercial flight lands in Taliban-ruled AfghanistanRediff.com5 days ago
Pakistan's national flag-carrier on Monday ran its first commercial flight to Kabul since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan in mid-August.
Jet Air to resume domestic services in Q1 of 2022Rediff.com5 days ago
Jet Airways will restart domestic operations by the first quarter of 2022 and short haul international flights by the last quarter of the next year, Jalan Kalrock Consortium, the winning bidder for the grounded airline, stated on Monday. The first flight of Jet Airways would be on Delhi-Mumbai route, it mentioned, adding that the airline would now be headquartered in Delhi instead of Mumbai. The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) in June this year had approved the Jalan Kalrock Consortium's resolution plan for Jet Airways, two years after the once-storied full-service carrier went into insolvency proceedings.
Why is China Focusing on Tibet?Rediff.com5 days ago
Wang Yang and Xi Jinping's visits signal the beginning of a major Chinese push to bring about a transformation of Tibet, observes Jayadeva Ranade, the distinguished China expert and retired RA&W officer.
Indian security forces to train in Taliban moduleRediff.com6 days ago
A full-fledged training, intelligence and combat module on Taliban, its leadership and their modus operandi is being prepared apart from specific case studies that have taken place in that country and the region, he said.
Rupani's successor today; 5 Patidars lead the raceRediff.com6 days ago
Vijay Rupani, the fourth chief minister to demit office in BJP-ruled states during the coronavirus pandemic, was sworn in as chief minister -- his second stint as CM -- in December 2017.
Pilot landed beyond touchdown zone: Kozhikode plane crash reportRediff.com6 days ago
The report, released a little over a year after the deadly crash of the Air India Express plane, said the "probable cause of the accident was the non adherence to SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) by the PF (Pilot Flying)".
NZ in Pakistan after 18 years for white-ball seriesRediff.com7 days ago
New Zealand last toured Pakistan in 2003 for a white-ball series and since then have avoided touring the country because of security reasons.
PHOTOS: Heavy rains in Delhi break 46-year recordRediff.com7 days ago
Delhiites woke up to the sound of thunder and lightning this morning and, according to the weather department, the city recorded 117.9 mm rainfall from 5:30 AM to 2.30 PM.
Rain floods Delhi airport forecourt, flights delayedRediff.com7 days ago
Sources said five flights were diverted from the airport this morning due to the bad weather conditions.
Why Didn't India Reach Out to the Taliban?Rediff.com10 Sep 2021
If New Delhi finds itself out in the cold in Afghanistan, both the Congress-led UPA and BJP-led NDA have only themselves to blame. Each has been in power for a full decade from 2001, without reaching out to the Taliban, points out Ajai Shukla.
Taliban have been 'businesslike and professional': White HouseRediff.com10 Sep 2021
"The Taliban have been cooperative in facilitating the departure of American citizens and lawful permanent residents on charter flights from HKIA. They have shown flexibility, and they have been businesslike and professional in our dealings with them in this effort. This is a positive first step," Emily Horne, Spokesperson of the National Security Council, the White House said.
Af territory must not be used for terror attacks against others: BRICSRediff.com9 Sep 2021
The territory of Afghanistan must not be used to carry out terror attacks against other countries, the five-nation influential grouping BRICS said on Thursday and strongly called for combating terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, including the cross-border movement of terrorists.
China building 30 airports in Tibet and Xinjiang?Rediff.com9 Sep 2021
About 30 airports have been either built or under construction in Tibet and Xinjiang provinces which will boost China's civil and military infrastructure in the remote regions bordering India, the country's official media reported.
Afghan PM assures 'full protection' of returning ex-officialsRediff.com9 Sep 2021
"We appeal to the officials of past governments to return to their country as we will give them full protection of their lives. We are faced with the huge task of rebuilding and reconstruction of war-ravaged Afghanistan," he said.
'India's greatest threat in Afghanistan is China'Rediff.com9 Sep 2021
'Imagine China pursuing its aims in Jammu and Kashmir by using Pakistani and now Afghan proxies.'
Shilpa Shetty brings Lord Ganesha homeRediff.com9 Sep 2021
Rediff.com Contributing Photographer Pradeep Bandekar sighted these stars on Wednesday.
How Taliban's funding continued over 20 yearsRediff.com9 Sep 2021
In fact, the Taliban apparently collects about 10 per cent as cultivation tax from opium farmers and 15 per cent as heroin tax from laboratories and smugglers that smuggle narcotics into Pakistan. This, by itself, is a revenue stream estimated at USD 250-300 million.
Taliban Govt: ISI Has The Last LaughRediff.com8 Sep 2021
ISI chief Faiz Hameed coerced the Taliban to announce an interim government guaranteed to preserve Pakistan's control over the levers of power in Kabul, observes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
Who is Alia's lunch date?Rediff.com8 Sep 2021
Rediff.com Contributing Photographer Pradeep Bandekar sighted these stars on Tuesday.
Accession Remains the Live-Wire of Kashmir PoliticsRediff.com8 Sep 2021
The festering dispute over the accession of Jammu and Kashmir stands out as one of the world's most volatile fault lines that divides regions, countries, societies, communities and ethnic groups, notes Mohammad Sayeed Malik, the distinguished commentator on Kashmir affairs, on Sheikh Abdullah's 39th death anniversary.
Taliban govt is anything but inclusive: Afghan Amb to UNRediff.com8 Sep 2021
'Afghan people will not accept a governing structure that excludes women and minorities'
Govt of terrorists: US lawmakers on new Taliban govtRediff.com8 Sep 2021
'Don't be fooled. There is nothing more moderate about the revived Taliban government'
India in His Camera!Rediff.com7 Sep 2021
'I reached Bhopal the day after the gas tragedy; the smell was still in the air. It was a professional hazard but I was not scared.'
Kangana Arrives in Mumbai for ThalaiviiRediff.com7 Sep 2021
Her J Jayalalithaa biopic releases on September 11.
AI flight to London delayed after ants found in business classRediff.com7 Sep 2021
The AI-111 flight departed from the Delhi airport at around 5.20 pm instead of its scheduled departure time of 2 pm, they said.
Has Panjshir fallen? Taliban claim war in Afghanistan overRediff.com7 Sep 2021
"The war in Afghanistan is over, now we will work together to rebuild this country," said Taliban spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid at a press conference in Kabul.