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Mini Convertible, maximum joyRediff.com6 Sep 2021
Zippy and comfortable, the Mini Convertible is a perfect car for short jaunts, but this isn't the ride you'd choose to take your entire family to the airport or pick for a long family excursion, says Pavan Lall.
US will make Life Hell for the TalibanRediff.com2 Sep 2021
The US is not in a forgiving mood for being humiliated in such a manner by an insurgent force and made to look 'loser' internationally, predicts Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
American Hegemony is On the LineRediff.com31 Aug 2021
The ineptness of successive American presidents, from Bush the Younger to Joe Biden the Old, combined with the cluelessness that Americans demonstrate in foreign lands, contrasts with the Chinese leadership's seemingly singular focus on the accumulation of wealth and power, asserts T N Ninan.
Sidharth-Kiara get together againRediff.com30 Aug 2021
Sunny shoots for Bigg Boss... Kangana waves...
US Influence in Afghanistan has touched Ground ZeroRediff.com26 Aug 2021
A confrontation with the Taliban in Kabul in this fading light of a twilight zone would have been sheer madness, observes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
What are Ranveer-Deepika celebrating?Rediff.com23 Aug 2021
Rediff.com Contributing Photographer Pradeep Bandekar met these stars over the weekend.
'Hats off to the government for how they evacuated us from Kabul'Rediff.com23 Aug 2021
'When I stepped on Indian soil, I lay down on the ground and kissed my homeland.'
Pakistan to let fully-vaccinated Sikh pilgrims visit Kartarpur Sahib with strict protocolsRediff.com22 Aug 2021
The decision to open Kartarpur shrine was taken by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Saturday due to the approaching death anniversary of Sikhism founder Baba Guru Nanak Dev on September 22.
'Current situation in Afghanistan is scary for women'Rediff.com17 Aug 2021
'India should play the role of a good neighbour, a mediator. and they should stand beside the people of Afghanistan. As a woman, as a human being, I will advise the Indian government to play the role of a peacemaker'
Security tightened in Delhi ahead of I-DayRediff.com14 Aug 2021
Anti-sabotage checks are being carried out and patrolling has been intensified across the city, including on the Yamuna river where patrolling is being conducted on motor boats by the Delhi Police. Anti-terrorist measures are being carried out in view of threat perception and intelligence inputs, they said.
NSG, SWAT teams, drones: Delhi preps for PM's speechRediff.com13 Aug 2021
A multi-layered security cover has been put in place to secure the historic Red Fort from where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation on the 75nd Independence Day on Sunday.
From luxury cars to business jets, small-town tycoons aiming bigRediff.com1 Aug 2021
With growing revenues, a spreading business empire, and surging aspirations, companies are seeing a strong demand for luxury products from Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities.
BJP had opposed nasbandi: Baghel on population control lawRediff.com14 Jul 2021
'I think public awareness should be created and laws should not be made only for the sake of politics'
Adani group takes over management of Mumbai airportRediff.com13 Jul 2021
Adani group on Tuesday said it has taken over the management of Mumbai International airport from the GVK group. The group last August had announced that it would acquire GVK Group's stake in Mumbai airport. Adani group will have 74 per cent stake in Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, post the stake purchase transaction, with 50.5 per cent being bought from GVK group and 23.5 per cent from minority partners including Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), and Bidvest Group, it had said.
Jammu drone attack: Cops conduct house-to-house verification driveRediff.com30 Jun 2021
In the drive that began from Peer Baba in the Chatta area, police personnel collected details of residents, including their contact numbers.
Drone attack: Suspected remote turns out to be newspaper bundleRediff.com29 Jun 2021
Investigators searching for clues in the sighting of two drones over an Army station on the outskirts of Jammu city on Monday had pinned hopes on a CCTV image suspecting it to be of the remote control but it turned out to be of a bundle of newspapers.
What's cooking, Kartik?Rediff.com29 Jun 2021
Rediff.com Contributing Photographer Pradeep Bandekar caught glimpses of these stars on Monday.
Over 50,000 new Covid cases reported; 1,258 dead in 24 hrsRediff.com27 Jun 2021
A single-day rise of 50,040 fresh COVID-19 infections took India's tally to 3,02,33,183, while the number of active cases dipped to 5,86,403, according to the Union health ministry data on Sunday.
India blundered along, exactly as every other country didRediff.com23 Jun 2021
Not to say that India couldn't have handled the situation better, but on average, it didn't do anywhere near as badly as the naysayers make it out argues Rajeev Srinivasan.
Mamata all set to take the battle to BJP in UP pollsRediff.com21 Jun 2021
The TMC, fresh from its resounding victory in West Bengal, is renewing efforts to mark its presence in the country's most populous state as well as politically crucial elections before the Lok Sabha battle in 2024, reports Virendra Singh Rawat.
Milkha Singh on the Race of his LifeRediff.com19 Jun 2021
'Somehow the Flying Sikh has endured in people's memory.'
Mehul Choksi was planning to go to Cuba: Barbara JabaricaRediff.com9 Jun 2021
"Well, he never used words like escape or shared with me such a plan like this. However, he did ask me twice if I have ever been to Cuba, he also told me that the next time we may meet in Cuba. He never explained the escape plan but I'm certain that Dominica is not his final destination but if you ask my opinion, I can be more and more certain that Cuba could have been his final destination," Barbara told ANI.
Best day of my life: Ecstatic Chelsea fans celebrateRediff.com30 May 2021
Some 16,500 fans were allowed into the stadium but many others travelled to the Portuguese city of Porto to support their teams from the sidelines.
Museums, churches, malls: Unusual vaccination venuesRediff.com25 May 2021
The distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine is underway across the world. To provide a convenient and safe place for people to receive COVID-19 vaccines, countries around the world transform shopping malls, churches, airports, subway stations and museums to vaccination centers. Some also offer vaccination services on the river and mountain.
Priority is to keep 'alive' oxygen plants during Cyclone Yaas: NDRF DGRediff.com24 May 2021
The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has directed its rescue teams to ensure that the country's major medical oxygen generation plants based in Odisha and West Bengal are 'running and alive' during Cyclone Yaas that is developing in the Bay of Bengal, a senior officer said.
CRPF lost 108 personnel to Covid, highest among central forcesRediff.com10 May 2021
The CRPF has lost 108 personnel to COVID-19, the highest among the central forces that function under the command of the Union home ministry, according to data.
Bihar imposes lockdown till May 15 after HC nudgeRediff.com5 May 2021
A day after the Patna high court slammed the Bihar government for its poor handling of the second wave of the pandemic and sought to know whether it was enforcing lockdown or not, the administration on Tuesday announced imposition of lockdown from May 5 to May 15.
Covid: Centre allocates foreign aid to states, UTsRediff.com4 May 2021
The Union health ministry on Tuesday said that aid received from other countries has been distributed in different states to help deal with the rising number of COVID-19 cases.
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'Wearing a hat makes your look feel more complete'Rediff.com20 Apr 2021
Designer Namrata Lodha has been winning hearts with her sustainable hats.
Where is Kartik Aaryan headed?Rediff.com15 Apr 2021
Photographer Pradeep Bandekar is not telling us how he knows where the stars are.
Reliance Infra sells HQ in Mumbai's Santacruz to YES Bank for Rs 1200 crRediff.com2 Apr 2021
The entire proceeds from the sale of Reliance Centre will be utilised only to service YES Bank debt.
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Covid curbs hit flights, airlines see 10% drop in bookingsRediff.com27 Feb 2021
Sources at Mumbai airport said seat occupancy has declined from around 70-72 per cent to 60-64 per cent in last three-four days as passengers are postponing or cancelling trips.
'BJP in Bengal is nothing but TMC 2.0'Rediff.com22 Feb 2021
'Tell me, one BJP policy that Mamata has opposed and is fighting tooth and nail?' Be it Article 370, instant triple talaq, be it CAA/NRC/NPR, be it notebandi, FDI, she has aligned with the BJP.'
COVID-19: You may need a 'vaccine passport' to fly around the worldRediff.com15 Feb 2021
Several companies and technology heavyweights including Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce are working to create a digital vaccination passport or health passport app in the hope that governments and airlines will require travellers to upload details of their Covid-19 tests and immunisation. The vaccine passport will effectively create digital credentials that could be the key to attending crowded events or even visiting countries.
'The epidemic is receding in India'Rediff.com9 Feb 2021
'But we still have to be very careful.'
What will drive India's growth in 2021?Rediff.com25 Jan 2021
If we work together with dedication, concentration and effort, we should be able to achieve our aspirational growth target of double-digits for a very long period of time, suggests K V Kamath.
'Don't fall for rumours': PM launches India's COVID-19 vaccination driveRediff.com16 Jan 2021
Modi urged the country to show patience during the vaccination drive as it had shown till now in fighting the pandemic.
10 large caps for good returns in 2021Rediff.com15 Jan 2021
Investment in market leaders with a safety-first approach could yield reasonable returns across sectors.