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How IT services firms plan to protect clients from cyber threat

How IT services firms plan to protect clients from cyber threat

Rediff.com28 Oct 2020

In the last couple of months, top Indian IT services providers, including TCS, Infosys, Wipro and HCL Tech have announced setting up cyber threat management centres in the US and Europe.

Why Washington Post's coverage of Kashmir is not credible

Why Washington Post's coverage of Kashmir is not credible

Rediff.com3 Oct 2019

'The Post's coverage is not an authentic public discourse guided by unbiased Western intellectuals, but a slanted doomsday propaganda orchestrated by Indians and expatriate Indians,' argues Vivek Gumaste.

How to keep your woman happy in bed

How to keep your woman happy in bed

Rediff.com22 Sep 2017

Turns out, women have more diverse preferences related to sexual pleasure than believed.

Indian-American Sikh doctor gets death threats

Indian-American Sikh doctor gets death threats

Rediff.com30 Mar 2017

Amandeep Singh, a general internist at Monroe Hospital in Indiana, recently received the death threat through a text message on his cell phone by the unknown individual who claimed to have murdered the number's previous owner, community leaders said.

Beware! Sexism is bad for you

Beware! Sexism is bad for you

Rediff.com22 Nov 2016

Men who see themselves as playboys are more likely to have psychological problems than men who conform less to traditionally masculine norms, a new study observed.

What are the best options for MBA abroad?

What are the best options for MBA abroad?

Rediff.com7 May 2016

Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice.

20 STUNNING photos of the month: July

20 STUNNING photos of the month: July

Rediff.com3 Aug 2015

We bring you a presentation of some of the best photos from around the world in the month gone by

This Indian wants to discover the real America!

This Indian wants to discover the real America!

Rediff.com4 Aug 2014

Fulbright Scholar Rajeev Gupta sets out on a car journey across the nation to meet 30 families in 30 days. George Joseph reports

Priest deported to India for molesting minor in US

Priest deported to India for molesting minor in US

Rediff.com14 May 2014

A Catholic priest from India-- who previously worked with the Archdiocese of Winona, Minnesota -- was deported on Wednesday following his conviction for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old.

'India lacks China's ruthless pursuit'

'India lacks China's ruthless pursuit'

Rediff.com24 Jul 2012

India's economy is slowing down due to domestic issues, says Sumit Ganguly.

Mumbai twin murders: Who is Gautam Vora?

Mumbai twin murders: Who is Gautam Vora?

Rediff.com23 Apr 2012

On Monday, stockbroker Gautam Vora was arrested for shielding Vijay Palande, the key accused in the gruesome double murders of Delhi-based businessman Arun Kumar Tikku and consultant Karan Kakkar. He also happened to be the boyfriend of supermodel Viveka Babajee, who had allegedly committed suicide in 2010 and was almost implicated in the case.

Yogathon draws thousands across US

Yogathon draws thousands across US

Rediff.com1 Mar 2011

Despite the unusually chilly weather, the 10,071 participants in 225 cities and towns in 40 states warmed themselves during this two-week Yogathon with 984,481 repetitions of the yoga routine. Participating organisations included 17 public schools, 25 universities, 14 yoga schools, and many temples.

He died on the road to Tibetan freedom

He died on the road to Tibetan freedom

Rediff.com28 Feb 2011

Norbu, 45, who died last week in Florida while tackling the day's final two miles of his walking tour to publicise the demand for Tibetan independence from the Chinese, had been active in the Tibetan cause for more than two decades.

US awards $1.9 million to Indian

US awards $1.9 million to Indian

Rediff.com2 Feb 2011

Jury has awarded $1.9 million to Chandramouli Vaidyanathan in a wrongful employment case

Varanasi's vibrancy cannot be destroyed by bombs

Varanasi's vibrancy cannot be destroyed by bombs

Rediff.com15 Dec 2010

'Last Tuesday's bombing might best be interpreted as an attack against the tolerant, cosmopolitan character of modern Varanasi, which also characterises India at its best.'

Why is India silent on what it can offer the US

Why is India silent on what it can offer the US

Rediff.com4 Nov 2010

'Beyond the strategic aspects of the relationship, India should jump-start the process of economic liberalisation, which, at present, appears to have stalled. Again, self-interest suggests it may be desirable to do so'

Tweet to predict market sentiments

Tweet to predict market sentiments

Rediff.com25 Oct 2010

Researchers at Indiana University Bloomington's School of Informatics and Computing have found that there is a correlation between the value of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and public sentiment after analysing more than 9.8 million tweets from 2.7 million users during 10 months in 2008.

Indian-American doctor indicted for fraud

Indian-American doctor indicted for fraud

Rediff.com18 Jun 2010

An Indian-American doctor has been arrested and indicted on charges of healthcare fraud and causing serious bodily injury to his patients.

'India's concerns not addresed at the summit'

'India's concerns not addresed at the summit'

Rediff.com19 May 2010

Diplomatic observers and South Asia experts in the US do not believe that two of India's major concerns that Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh brought up with President Obama on Afghanistan, during his state visit in November and again recently on the sidelines of the Nuclear Security Summit have been alleviated during the summit between Obama and Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

'Obama got off to a rough start on India'

'Obama got off to a rough start on India'

Rediff.com23 Nov 2009

US experts believe it is imperative for Obama to "demonstrate that he recognises India's increasingly important role in the broader Asia region, and his interest in building a long-term strategic relationship. He must quell concern that India is a side issue for his administration, which has been consumed by Afghanistan and Pakistan and also heavily emphasising working with China."

2 Americans win Economics Nobel

2 Americans win Economics Nobel

Rediff.com12 Oct 2009

Elinor Ostrom and Oliver Williamson of the United States have won the 2009 Nobel Economics Prize for their work on the organisation of cooperation in economic governance.

Vikram's Tamil movie set to break BO records

Vikram's Tamil movie set to break BO records

Rediff.com20 Aug 2009

Susi Ganesan's Tamil movie and its Telugu version Mallana starring Vikram and Shriya are going to be released simultaneously on the 21st August not only in India but throughout the world.

'I have learned that suicide is preventable'

'I have learned that suicide is preventable'

Rediff.com29 Jun 2009

There are many lessons Suresh Unni has learned from the death of his brother Santosh (called Dosh by his family and friends) in Chicago over a decade ago. You can have a loving family, and caring friends, and yet be prone to end your life, he says. Unni is convinced that young Asians in America are at increased risk of depression, drug abuse and suicide. He tells Arthur J Pais that suicide is preventable and asking for help is a sign of strength.

'If biz focuses on core, outsourcing will stay'

'If biz focuses on core, outsourcing will stay'

Rediff.com12 May 2009

Having spent the first 90 days meeting employees and key clients, Jeya Kumar, new CEO of Patni Computer Systems, is clearly in control. While he acknowledges concerns due to the current slowdown, he has started restructuring the company. He details the growth plans in a chat with Business Standard's Shivani Shinde.

US insurance co transferring Satyam projects

US insurance co transferring Satyam projects

Rediff.com22 Jan 2009

State Farm Insurance, a Fortune 500 US company, which last week terminated its existing contracts with the scam-tainted Satyam Computer, has now started transferring its projects to other IT vendors, including those from India.

Women confuse friendliness with sexual advances

Women confuse friendliness with sexual advances

Rediff.com2 Apr 2008

A study has found that like men, women too get confused between friendliness and sexual advances, although to a lesser extent. However, the study supports the theory that women have an advantage when it comes to interpreting facial expressions and body language expressing a variety of emotions, thus are more likely to accurately identify cues for sexual interest.

Madge makes it to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Madge makes it to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Rediff.com14 Dec 2007

Pop star Madonna along with The Dave Clark Five, poet and folk-rocker Leonard Cohen, singer-songwriter John Mellencamp and 60s surfer band The Ventures, have been selected to enter the US Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

'PM has to take unyielding stand on N-deal'

'PM has to take unyielding stand on N-deal'

Rediff.com21 Aug 2007

"Any renegotiation of the Indo-US nuclear deal will have torpedo the deal and also have a deleterious effect on foreign investment to India," says Prof Sumit Ganguly.

How toddlers turn chatterboxes at 18 months

How toddlers turn chatterboxes at 18 months

Rediff.com3 Aug 2007

Kids always pick up words in parallel.

The world's largest malls

The world's largest malls

Rediff.com13 Jan 2007

China pulls ahead of the U.S. for some of the largest malls in the world.

Should you do a second MBA abroad?

Should you do a second MBA abroad?

Rediff.com28 Dec 2006

Studying abroad has never been easier. If you feel you should top your MBA with another MBA abroad, read on.

'The best friend god gave me'

'The best friend god gave me'

Rediff.com15 May 2006

Readers pay tribute to their moms

Budding singer killed in plane crash

Budding singer killed in plane crash

Rediff.com14 May 2006

India needs energy, and the US

India needs energy, and the US

Rediff.com6 Sep 2005

NRI to head CIA's South Asia arm

NRI to head CIA's South Asia arm

Rediff.com30 Aug 2005

Did N-arms prevent war with Pak?

Did N-arms prevent war with Pak?

Rediff.com1 Jun 2005

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