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Why are electric two-wheelers in India catching fire?Rediff.com12 May 2022
Nearly a decade ago, the first fully electric vehicle (EV) caught fire on the road in the US. It was a model from Tesla, the world's most admired EV maker. A metal fragment punctured the underbelly of the vehicle, penetrating its battery pack, leading to a fire. Indian lawmakers and automakers have had nine years to study the incident (in fact, three Tesla Model Ss caught fire in two months in 2013) but seem to have learnt little.
2022 Laureus Sportsperson of the Year winner is...Rediff.com25 Apr 2022
Max Verstappen was named the 2022 Laureus Sportsman of the Year while Olympic sprint champion Elaine Thompson-Herah bagged the top women's honour
'I have never believed in Gandhiji's doctrine of Non-Violence'Rediff.com10 Aug 2021
'Absolute non-violence is not only sinful, but immoral.' 'This doctrine of non-violence benumbed the revolutionary fervor, softened the limbs and hearts of the Hindus, and stiffened the bones of enemies.' A revealing excerpt from Vikram Sampath's Savarkar (Part 2): A Contested Legacy, 1924-1966.
Tokyo Olympics: The 8 contenders for Bolt's 100m crownRediff.com30 Jul 2021
With the retirement of three-time champion Usain Bolt, the 100m will have a new gold medallist at Tokyo 2020.
Racism has no place in football or just in general, says BoltRediff.com14 Jul 2021
Eight-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt said he hopes American sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson can "refocus" and get back on the track after she completes a one-month ban following a positive test for cannabis.
WTC final will throw up a unique situation: BoultRediff.com15 Jun 2021
Trent Boult, who has played 73 Test for New Zealand, said he expects a bit of banter between the rival players since they are all familiar with each other due to the Indian Premier League.
1971 war: The lashes of the whipRediff.com26 Mar 2021
Akhtaruzzaman Elias's The Raincoat describes the effect of the 1971 war on a college and on one of its teachers in particular.
Beyonce makes history at Grammys 2021Rediff.com15 Mar 2021
With 28 Grammy wins in total, Beyonce breaks the record set by veteran singer Alison Krauss.
S P Balasubrahmanyam's TOP 75 SongsRediff.com1 Oct 2020
Siva Sankar looks at S P Balasubrahmanyam's fantastic repertoire.
'Never were officers or airmen disrespectful'Rediff.com19 Aug 2020
'Those 10 years in the IAF has made me what I am today.'
PHOTOS: Amazing moments under the seaRediff.com4 Mar 2020
Underwater Photographer of the Year celebrates photography beneath the surface of the ocean, lakes and rivers. More than 5,500 underwater pictures were entered in 13 categories by underwater photographers from 70 countries around the world. Scroll down to see the winning images.
JNU violence taking toll on our minds: StudentsRediff.com10 Jan 2020
An uneasy lull prevailed on the campus on Friday as very few people were seen in the university streets and eating joints, otherwise brimming with students. The unease at the university's Sabarmati Hostel, which bore a heavy brunt of the mob violence, was palpable as a few students were seen leaving the campus fearing for their safety on Thursday evening as well.
Confident Australia savour stability ahead of New Zealand seriesRediff.com3 Dec 2019
Australia dominated with bat, ball and in the field to post their second successive innings victory over Pakistan
Revealed: How PM planned demonetisationRediff.com4 Oct 2019
November 8 will mark three years after demonetisation. A K Bhattacharya reveals for the first time how the prime minister and the RBI worked together for months before Modi's 8 pm speech. A riveting excerpt from The Rise Of Goliath: Twelve Disruptions That Changed India.
Shocking! An Honour Killing in MumbaiRediff.com22 Jul 2019
A pregnant woman is murdered in cold blood in the heart of suburban Mumbai. By her father who didn't want her to marry the man she did.
How 4-5% of India's GDP is wiped away every yearRediff.com20 Dec 2018
Corrosion is a big menace for anything with steel application from rebars in construction, oil and water pipelines, railway track, power distribution poles to automobiles, says Kunal Bose.
Arun Shourie: How Modi can be beaten in 2019Rediff.com21 Nov 2018
'The BJP has no presence where the regional parties are strong.' 'And we should think of the Congress and support the Congress in those places where it is the dominant regional party.' 'The leaders of the other parties (have to) get together on this simple principle of one candidate against the BJP candidate.'
Stunning panoramic photographs you can't missRediff.com15 Nov 2018
The Epson International Pano Awards is an extraordinarily spectacular showcase for the world's best photographic panoramas. With entries from over 70 countries, this year's winning images serve up a sublime array of striking shots affirming the vivid immersive capacity of panoramic photography. The overall Open competition winner this year was Bulgarian photographer Veselin Atanasov, with one specifically highlighted image featuring a gorgeous sunrise in Tuscany, Italy. Take a look for stunning shots from the 2018 Pano Awards.
6 cool athleisure trends from the rampRediff.com12 Nov 2018
Every gym enthusiast needs these workout clothes.
From a quiet, benign presence to the midst of a media meleeRediff.com5 Nov 2018
Pragya Singh Thakur remained at the back of the courtroom during Tuesday's framing of the charges, her face serene, quite different from the fiery person one read about or saw on television. But once the day's proceedings were over and she was wheeled out, the sadhvi decided she actually was very keen to meet the media and headed right out into the melee, says Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/Rediff.com.
Sheena Bora Trial: Mekhail and the murderRediff.com25 Aug 2018
Pasbola wound up his cross examination, tabling a new narrative in the murder case. That Sheena Bora had been murdered not by her mother. But by her brother.
Sheena Bora Trial: Sanjeev's lawyer has Mekhail in a tangleRediff.com25 Aug 2018
And then came the chief moment of Friday. If the courtroom had a soundtrack, Beethoven's 9th would be playing, providing a triumphant, dramatic prologue to the production of this last clip. A woman reporter was asking Mekhail about Sanjeev Khanna. He says clearly, without mincing words, emphatically: 'Never seen him. First time I am hearing his name.'
How I built the Miss Malini empireRediff.com6 Mar 2018
Malini Agarwal reveals how she blogged her way to Bollywood, fame and success.
Rear view: Photos of sporting moments that made 2017 special - Part 2Rediff.com30 Dec 2017
As the countdown to 2018 starts, it's time to rewind those moments in sport that stood out this year.
Why didn't anyone ask where Sheena was?Rediff.com12 Sep 2017
Not Mekhail. Not Rahul. Not anyone. 'Wouldn't someone have asked?' Indrani asked.
Super Filmi Week: Kudos to KanganaRediff.com6 Sep 2017
Kangana Ranaut's guts, Amitabh Bachchan's venomous threat and dark TV serials occupied Sukanya Verma's super-filmi week.
Tata Nexon is a crossover in the true senseRediff.com1 Aug 2017
At an expected price tag of Rs 600,000 to Rs 900,000, it does spell trouble for the contenders in the sub-4-metre SUV space.
4 ways to deal with the Kashmir crisisRediff.com24 Apr 2017
'The strategy has to be restoring order in one part and countering the very effective propaganda through a very nimble monitoring and response system,' says Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain, who retired as the General Officer Commanding of the Srinagar-based 15 Corps.
'This is not a BJP victory'Rediff.com13 Mar 2017
'Like 2014, 2017 was also Modi's election.' 'Every voter you met, apart from those who are BJP cadres, everybody said they would vote for Modi, not the BJP.' 'The one and only factor is the Modi juggernaut. He is the one who turned the tide.' 'The wave which he created in 2014, and to maintain it for three years, is a huge task in itself.'
Modi alters Akhilesh's slogan: 'Kaam nahin karname bolte hain'Rediff.com11 Feb 2017
Modi, who has stepped up his attack on Akhilesh in recent days, also said that the chief minister is to be blamed if people of the state which he ruled for five years do not see 'achche din'.
Measures likely to protect electoral donor's anonymityRediff.com7 Feb 2017
Under the scheme coming into effect from April 1, 2018, a donor could purchase bonds from authorised banks against cheques or digital payments. These would be redeemed only in the designated account of a registered political party.
'Modiji ne trend badla hai'Rediff.com3 Feb 2017
The best analysis of politics does not come out of air conditioned newsrooms, but from the voices on India's streets. Rakesh Kumar Singhal -- once an army jawan, then an ONGC employee, then a tea shopwallah -- reveals why he left the Congress for Modi.
Dear Barack, thank you for the memoriesRediff.com20 Jan 2017
Barack Obama will still be in the Oval Office till the morning of January 20, but gosh, we are already beginning to miss him.
Tata Tiago is easily the best car for first time buyersRediff.com30 Nov 2016
Just like the Zest and Bolt, the Tata Tiago has also got the ride handling balance spot-on. The suspension has a mature set-up and does a fine job on the pothole ridden Mumbai roads
Markets dive for second straight day; Sensex falls 115 points, Midcaps drop 0.6%Rediff.com6 Oct 2016
Broader markets broke the winning streak and ended lower, underperforming the benchmark indices
PICS: Usain Bolt's first day at workRediff.com14 Sep 2016
After becoming the first person to win all three events at three consecutive Olympic Games, Usain Bolt has a surprise for his fans. Bolt, who won 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay events in Rio posted pictures of his new assignment.
Tata Nexon to hit the roads in 2017Rediff.com6 Sep 2016
This compact SUV comes packed with the best in class features, variants, power, fuel-efficiency, interiors and even space
Olympic mission accomplished! 9 finals, 9 gold medals for Bolt!Rediff.com20 Aug 2016
Usain Bolt has enthralled hundreds of thousands in stadiums in Beijing, London and Rio as well as billions around the world.
Scary! Couple spends 'chilling' morning with leopard in hotel roomRediff.com1 Aug 2016
A couple vacationing in Nainital was chilled to the bones when they found a leopard pacing about their room.
Why Tata Tiago is better than Renault KwidRediff.com1 Jul 2016
for the slight premium that you'll pay, the Tiago offers more safety tech, bigger engine, space and more creature comfort. Taking into the fact that the 1.0-litre Kwid is around the corner and will be considerably expensive in contrast to its 800cc counterpart, the Tiago makes an even stronger case for itself.