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Mahindra lays off two-thirds of staff at its North American subsidiaryRediff.com14 Jan 2021
Firm attributes move to pandemic and legal spat with Fiat Chrysler, says it is in line with group's strategy to re-think capital allocation and drive efficiency.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners revealedRediff.com15 Oct 2020
Have a look at these photos taken from the incredible world we live in. These are the winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition 2020.
US judge finds Mahindra Roxor violates Jeep's designRediff.com29 Nov 2019
Mahindra & Mahindra on Friday said a judge of the US International Trade Commission has found that its off-road vehicle Roxor violated Fiat Chrysler Automobile's (FCA) Jeep 'trade dress' and recommended an exclusion order prohibiting import and sale of any already imported parts of the vehicle.
BJP tops political ad spend on Facebook, GoogleRediff.com19 May 2019
Political parties have spent over Rs 53 crore on digital platforms like Google and Facebook between February and May.
As party spends drop, Facebook political ad revenues tapers offRediff.com17 May 2019
The cumulative spends on Google are in excess of Rs 27.4 crore. There have been 14,837 advertisements on Google platforms.
Flipkart ups the ante in grocery battle with AmazonRediff.com9 May 2019
Flipkart Supermart is already live in Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad and Delhi
From shining skyscrapers to dilapidated shells: 2018's Architectural Photography AwardsRediff.com15 Oct 2018
The shortlist for the Architectural Photography Awards 2018 has been revealed. The awards are split into four categories: Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place, and Buildings in Use, with each comprising five finalists. The 20 photographs that make up the shortlist will be exhibited at the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam between November 28 - 30, and an overall winner will be announced on the 30. Here are some of the brilliant photos in the shortlist.
We won't see the likes of Aretha Franklin againRediff.com1 Sep 2018
To say Aretha ticked all the boxes when it came to voice technique is like calling Cristiano Ronaldo an efficient footballer, says Kanika Datta.
VIP 2 review: Dhanush-Kajol spar in a shrill, silly film!Rediff.com18 Aug 2017
'What could have been a crafty take on power play and gender politics between architect and engineer dumbs down into a cliched bickering of elite and everyman,' says Sukanya Verma.
No thanks for the London memories, says CampbellRediff.com28 Jul 2016
Australian swimming has moved on from the debacle in the London pool four years ago and it's 'disrespectful' to keep reminding the Olympic team about it in the leadup to Rio de Janeiro, 100 metres freestyle world record holder Cate Campbell has said.
14 HOT celebrity kids turned modelsRediff.com1 Jun 2016
These models have inherited their celebrity parents' good looks and genes.
PIX: Salman, Shah Rukh's greatest phobias!Rediff.com26 May 2016
We decided to have some fun imagining potential phobias of Bollywood's biggest stars and here are the results.
PIX: Priyanka, Salman, Deepika's airport fashionRediff.com28 Oct 2015
The airport is as good a place for fashion as any other for these stars!
Hair-raising: World's weirdest beards come together in AustriaRediff.com7 Oct 2015
Take a look at this wacky world of dazzling facial hair.
Ramzan fervour from across the worldRediff.com17 Jul 2015
Rediff.com takes a look at the enthralling spectacle that is the month of Ramazan.
Rhythm of Ramzan: A glimpse around the world!Rediff.com17 Jul 2015
Rediff.com takes a look at the enthralling spectacle that is the month of Ramazan.
'How's the job market for MS graduates in the US?'Rediff.com5 Jun 2015
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra has answers to all your queries related to pursuing an education abroad.
Most influential people in the world of businessRediff.com17 Apr 2015
Chanda Kochhar is among the three Indians in Time's Most Influential list.
India - Pakistan rivalry gets ugly Down Under, four hurt in brawlRediff.com16 Feb 2015
Four persons have been injured when a brawl broke out between cricket fans watching the tense India-Pakistan World Cup match on television at a Sydney club.
The Great Escape: India's unsung war heroesRediff.com20 May 2014
Three Indian Air Force officers held as Prisoners of War in a jail in Rawalipindi made a heroic escape. They reached as far as the Pak-Afghan border in Pakistan's Wild West -- within sniffing distance of freedom -- only to realise that they had finally met their match. Or so it seemed. The three escapees were never feted for their audacious attempt 41 years and truly deserve official recognition. Why not honour them at least now, says MP Anil Kumar.
'There are extreme voices in all of our religious traditions'Rediff.com2 Jan 2014
'The challenges of the world are too great for any one religious tradition to address alone... The best way to learn about other religions is not from books, but from people... Go talk to someone from a different faith tradition. Get to know them. Build up some trust.' Dr Katharine Rhodes Henderson, who jointly won Hofstra University's Guru Nanak Prize for inter-faith champions in the United States, discusses religion and the challenges of extremism in this lively interview with Rediff.com's Arthur J Pais.
White House celebrates Guru Nanak's birth anniversaryRediff.com3 Dec 2013
For the fourth successive year, Guru Nanak's birth anniversary was celebrated at the White House. Scores of Sikhs from across the country attended the event and were welcomed by key Obama administration officials from the offices of public engagement and the Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships respectively.
PIX: Jessica Chastain, Irina Shayk in CannesRediff.com23 May 2013
Check out the latest Hollywood star arrivals at the ongoing 66th film festival.
Sikh-Americans elated over Obama's victoryRediff.com8 Nov 2012
Elated over the re-election of United States President Barack Obama, Sikh-Americans have said his victory is "especially great" for them because he has demonstrated in the last four years that he has deep respect for their faith.
PIX: Bollywood's affair with snazzy neck piecesRediff.com23 Feb 2012
Tinseltown hotties show how to work pretty neck accessories to get the star appearance.
iPad 2 tablets for kindergarten studentsRediff.com13 Apr 2011
A school district in Auburn, Maine will dish out 200,000 dollars to buy iPads for nearly 300 kindergarten pupils for the next school session starting around August this year.
Hindus worried over temple attacks in AustraliaRediff.com30 Mar 2011
Hindu community in New South Wales has expressed deep concern over the growing attacks on the oldest and first temple in Australia by some unknown miscreants, according to a media report on Wednesday.
Was Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa a man?Rediff.com3 Feb 2011
For centuries, people have been speculating about who modelled for Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa. Now, an Italian art historian has claimed that the model in the world's most famous painting is in fact a male and not a female. According to Silvano Vinceti, the Renaissance artist's male apprentice and possible lover Gian Giacomo Caprotti was the main inspiration for the masterpiece.Caprotti, also known as Salai, was one of his male muses.
Wake up, the peril is loomingRediff.com2 Feb 2011
India needs to be concerned about the implication of restive people wanting to change regime after regime, says Mahesh Vijapurkar.
In PHOTOS: Whacky, thrill-seeking Santas are hereRediff.com24 Dec 2010
In PHOTOS: Whacky, thrill-seeking Santas are here
Gary Sobers: Cricket's greatest geniusRediff.com28 Jul 2010
The legendary West Indian turns 74 on July 28. Rediff.com salutes the greatest all-rounder the game has known.
Sex gone bad in Middle-eastern cityRediff.com11 Jun 2010
The film, in spite of its leading quartet's reliable charms, rambles on and on like those relentless servings of yam in Samantha's direction -- an ordeal not even the craziest fashionista would want to endure no matter how exciting the contents inside those numerous Dior and Louis Vuitton shopping bags.
Molly inaugurated as Manhattanville college headRediff.com7 May 2010
Dr Molly Easo Smith has been inaugurated as the 11th president of the Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York. She began her tenured presidency in July 2008, but the official inauguration was set for this month.
The story of Houston university's NRI headRediff.com6 Nov 2007
How a teenager from Uttar Pradesh with no formal education rose to become the University of Houston's head.
Sweet 40! A fact file on AkshayRediff.com5 Sep 2007
40 quick facts on Akshay as he hits 40 on September 9.
Namastey London is a fun rideRediff.com23 Mar 2007
Akshay Kumar's new film is worth a watch.
Coretta Scott King, widow of Martin Luther, diesRediff.com1 Feb 2006
MBA: Self-study tips for GMATRediff.com25 Jan 2006
Overseas education expert Karan Gupta tells you how to prepare and excel at GMAT and answers your queries.
James leads Cavaliers to victoryRediff.com16 Nov 2005
LeBron James scored a season-high 37 points to inspire the Cavaliers to a 114-99 win over the Washington Wizards