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At 37, Nehra is still a 'fast bowler'

At 37, Nehra is still a 'fast bowler'

Rediff.com12 Mar 2017

Ashish Nehra has been the proverbial Phoenix rising from the ashes every time the Doubting Thomases write his cricketing epitaph.

'I had heard crazy stories about Sanjay Dutt'

'I had heard crazy stories about Sanjay Dutt'

Rediff.com10 Mar 2017

'The other day, someone told me they saw Sarbjit again and it still haunts them.' 'They said I made Aishwarya do what she's never done before.'

Kansas shooting: Victim's wife asks, 'Is this the same US we dreamed of?'

Kansas shooting: Victim's wife asks, 'Is this the same US we dreamed of?'

Rediff.com1 Mar 2017

Sunayana Dumala penned a message which has gone viral in which she says, "We need to spread love and stop this hatred."

Meet the 27-yr-old who visited every nation in the world in 567 days

Meet the 27-yr-old who visited every nation in the world in 567 days

Rediff.com22 Feb 2017

Meet Cassie de Pecol, a 27-year-old traveller from Connecticut, United States, who visited 196 countries in 18-and-a-half months, making her the fastest person to visit every country in the world.

Follow this couple... and be blown away

Follow this couple... and be blown away

Rediff.com31 Jan 2017

The Follow Me Away project -- where each photo shows Victoria exploring terrains hitherto unknown in a beautiful dress -- today has over 31,000 followers on Instagram.

Here's why Konta will cherish every moment against Serena

Here's why Konta will cherish every moment against Serena

Rediff.com23 Jan 2017

Johanna Konta earned the chance to fulfill a childhood dream when she advanced to an Australian Open quarter-final contest against Serena Williams by dismantling Ekaterina Makarova 6-1, 6-4 on Monday.

How the British stole the Kohinoor from a child

How the British stole the Kohinoor from a child

Rediff.com23 Jan 2017

'I can tell you the case that hurts me the most is the one in which the little boy is forced to sign the Kohinoor over.' 'You take a mother away from a child, you surround him with grown ups speaking a different language, you tell him he must sign this over or else...'

Now the battle against 'brown money

Now the battle against 'brown money"

Rediff.com13 Jan 2017

There is also an interesting name OLX gave the idle stuff lying in our homes: brown money. Over lunch, OLX CEO Amarjit Singh Batra tells Uttran Das Gupta how the company is weaning Indians away from their "irrational emotional attachment to things."

'I am not positive at all'

'I am not positive at all'

Rediff.com11 Jan 2017

'When I started off the process for Kaabil, we were making the character sympathetic as he is blind.' 'Just looking at him and his environment, you would say, 'Arrey bechara'.' 'But meeting blind people, I realised there is no essence of helplessness in them.'

The moments that shaped 2016

The moments that shaped 2016

Rediff.com26 Dec 2016

'The year in pictures' treks across the globe, looking back on the moments that shaped 2016. From the United States presidential race, to demonetisation in India to the refugee crisis, the news has kept pouring in. Here are our top 50 moments from the world.

Dangal's real-life hanikarak bapu: Mahavir Singh Phogat

Dangal's real-life hanikarak bapu: Mahavir Singh Phogat

Rediff.com26 Dec 2016

The man who inspired Dangal tells Saurabh Duggal how the quest for an Olympic gold began.

What it takes to be a Dangal wrestler

What it takes to be a Dangal wrestler

Rediff.com21 Dec 2016

'Some of the good wrestlers are making really good money.' 'If you look at their lifestyles, they are no less compared to our cricketers.'

Why you feel hungry all the time

Why you feel hungry all the time

Rediff.com29 Nov 2016

'These are foods that are very common in the Indian diet... Naan, chapatti, rice...' 'Those processed carbohydrates are far worse for body weight and heart health than the fats they replaced.' 'The problem with these foods is that even if there isn't any obvious sugar in them, they turn to sugar very quickly.'

'I could never sell myself'

'I could never sell myself'

Rediff.com28 Nov 2016

Pavan Malhotra, one of our finest actors, shows us another side of Bollywood.

Ranbir-Ranveer, sigh sigh!

Ranbir-Ranveer, sigh sigh!

Rediff.com28 Nov 2016

From Feroz Khan-Danny Denzongpa's bare skin to Ranbir Kapoor-Ranveer Singh bare soul, Sukanya Verma's super filmi week saw it all!

'Akshay has been my biggest cheerleader'

'Akshay has been my biggest cheerleader'

Rediff.com14 Nov 2016

'My grandmother taking me to the jamatkhana was like a different world.' 'Like I had a key to a door which no one else seemed to have.' 'She doesn't take me anymore because she says I'm an embarrassment!'

How Trump will 'deal' with the world :)

How Trump will 'deal' with the world :)

Rediff.com14 Nov 2016

'Europe can be discussed on a golf course...' 'North Korea? What do I care what the man with the bad haircut does?'

'All we need is cash!'

'All we need is cash!'

Rediff.com11 Nov 2016

Day Two after the banks reopened following the prime minister's demonitisation announcement, the scenario remained just as chaotic as Day One, reports A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com.

Arnab Goswami and his 9 pm fish market

Arnab Goswami and his 9 pm fish market

Rediff.com7 Nov 2016

Now that Arnab Goswami is signing off from the Times Group, his cacophony and his shrill sermons will be missed. So will be the fish market. Thank God for that because for me the fish had started to stink, says Sudhir Bisht.

The Narendra Modi of TV news

The Narendra Modi of TV news

Rediff.com3 Nov 2016

'To be fair to Arnab Goswami, the television camera is his only fix.' Unlike other TV stars who rule social media, Arnab is nowhere to be found.' 'While they hold forth in newspaper columns, maybe having realised that true gravitas is earned via newsprint not digicams, he does nothing of the sort.' 'He breathes and lives TV news,' says Saisuresh Sivaswamy.

What do Indians know about sex?

What do Indians know about sex?

Rediff.com21 Oct 2016

Nothing much, says Khushwant Singh.

'Sunny Leone was in tears when she saw me'

'Sunny Leone was in tears when she saw me'

Rediff.com18 Oct 2016

'There was a day when I didn't want to live.' 'And there is today, when I want to live long and enjoy my life.'

Why Iceland fascinates me

Why Iceland fascinates me

Rediff.com17 Oct 2016

There's more to this country than just the Northern Lights.

'There can be positive things on the Internet'

'There can be positive things on the Internet'

Rediff.com10 Oct 2016

'I always used to say ignore the trolls and move on and focus on your fans and friends,' Sreenath Sreenivasan tells Rediff.com's Monali Sarkar. 'That was easy for me to say. But now when I say it, I really mean it.'

2 lakh to 3300 crore: The BYJU's Classes success story

2 lakh to 3300 crore: The BYJU's Classes success story

Rediff.com7 Oct 2016

'I always say I am a teacher by choice and an entrepreneur by chance.'

'My style of acting is different from what you relate Anil Kapoor with'

'My style of acting is different from what you relate Anil Kapoor with'

Rediff.com4 Oct 2016

'My father knows that he was not good in Parinda. He himself told me that he messed it up because he was so successful at that time with Ram Lakhan and Tezaab. He was so iconic as Munna that he tried to recreate it all the time. It is not necessarily the best thing to do.' Harshvardhan Kapoor says why he's blessed to be an actor in today's days.

V V S Laxman on the Magic of Cricket

V V S Laxman on the Magic of Cricket

Rediff.com30 Sep 2016

'If fame, money and comfort are the only factors that drive us, then we are playing cricket for entirely the wrong reasons.'

Will military action teach Pakistan a lesson?

Will military action teach Pakistan a lesson?

Rediff.com29 Sep 2016

'For India, the phase of pure restraint has passed.' 'Restraint has failed to reform Pakistan or rein in terrorism,' says Vivek Gumaste.

No surge for Clinton, but she may have wooed the undecided

No surge for Clinton, but she may have wooed the undecided

Rediff.com28 Sep 2016

The fight was for the more than 10 million millennials, the undecided and the independents and Clinton clearly came out on top, feels Aziz Haniffa.

Review: Bridget Jones's Baby is predictable but pleasant

Review: Bridget Jones's Baby is predictable but pleasant

Rediff.com23 Sep 2016

It all feels like something you've seen before. And yet, Raja Sen calls Bridget Jones's Baby a pleasant experience.

The Remarkable Sunny Leone!

The Remarkable Sunny Leone!

Rediff.com15 Sep 2016

'Her greatest strength is not her acting or her dancing abilities, but that she has an incredible number of fans.'

The Indian film that received a standing ovation in Venice

The Indian film that received a standing ovation in Venice

Rediff.com12 Sep 2016

'The nicest thing is that it is not my film.' 'People bring their own stories and life histories to the film.'

Mary Kom and Sarita Devi: The untold story

Mary Kom and Sarita Devi: The untold story

Rediff.com1 Sep 2016

'Mary just stopped talking to me. Maybe she did not like the fact that she was the gold medallist, but it was me (Sarita), not her, who was getting all the attention.'

How Alia Bhatt nailed Udta Punjab

How Alia Bhatt nailed Udta Punjab

Rediff.com22 Aug 2016

'The starting point of the Udta Punjab casting was that we didn't think stars would do a film like this, so we'd take non-stars. As the names kept rolling in and we had Kareena Kapoor and Shahid and Alia Bhatt, I was like yaar yeh ho kya raha hai?'

He turned his disability into his greatest gift

He turned his disability into his greatest gift

Rediff.com22 Aug 2016

Nitesh Sonawane did not let his disability come in the way of his musical dream. In fact, he made it his strength.

Rio 2016: I'm a soft target and people want to take potshots at me, says Paes

Rio 2016: I'm a soft target and people want to take potshots at me, says Paes

Rediff.com6 Aug 2016

An emotional Leander Paes did not hide his disappointment after losing the first round men's doubles match with Rohan Bopanna stating that he has "become a soft target" and that is the reason why people are "taking potshots" at him. Paes was furious at reports of him not allegedly wanting to share a room with Bopanna and then also going on record about not being allotted room in the Games Village.

The starry-eyed romance of Sridevi's Chandni

The starry-eyed romance of Sridevi's Chandni

Rediff.com3 Aug 2016

In our special series revisiting great Hindi film classics, Sukanya Verma looks back at Rishi Kapoor-Sridevi-Vinod Khanna starrer Chandni.

The man who can't resist challenges!

The man who can't resist challenges!

Rediff.com1 Aug 2016

Satyarup Siddhanta has just one mountain to go before he completes the Seven Summits, the tallest mountains in each of the seven continents.

Pokemon Go will bring people together. Really?

Pokemon Go will bring people together. Really?

Rediff.com27 Jul 2016

Niren Bhavanani tells us why Pokemon Go is officially more popular than Tinder.

'I get really ridiculous scripts'

'I get really ridiculous scripts'

Rediff.com20 Jul 2016

'I don't care about how people are used to seeing me -- that is their problem. They make little compartments in their heads and they want to fit everybody into that, but I don't really abide by it.' Richa Chadha, in a candid chat.

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