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SpaceX capsule with 1st all-civilian crew returns to EarthRediff.com1 days ago
SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean off coast Florida.
Jharkhand: 7 girls drown in pond during tribal festivalRediff.com1 days ago
The tragedy occurred at Bukru village under Shregada within Balumath police station limits when the girls had gone to the pond for immersion after Karma Puja, a major festival in Jharkhand.
With father's arrest, Chhattisgarh CM Baghel conveys rule of law messageRediff.com2 days ago
Bhupesh Baghel said about his father that he respected his father as a son, but as a chief minister, none of his mistakes that will disturb public order can be ignored.
Mumbai commissioner orders 'Nirbhaya squad' at every police stationRediff.com5 days ago
A special squad consisting of women officials should be set up at every police station and patrolling should be intensified in areas where the occurrence of crime against women is more likely, Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale said.
Assam boat tragedy: CM bans private ferries, orders high-level probeRediff.com9 Sep 2021
The CM said that initial probe indicated "mismanagement" to be the prime reason for the accident, which occurred on Wednesday evening.
Threat to human rights is highest in police stations: CJIRediff.com8 Aug 2021
The CJI said that to keep police excesses in check, dissemination of information about the constitutional right to legal aid and availability of free legal aid services is necessary.
Mumbai all set for its BIGGEST infra transformationRediff.com5 Aug 2021
Mumbai, India's financial capital, is set for a mega transformation with a massive patch of land opening up for redevelopment; a new metro railway ready to start services by the year-end; and the country's oldest railway station, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, going for modernisation with private sector participation. Work on Mumbai's second airport will start from next month, while construction of the sea link connecting central Mumbai to Navi Mumbai has already moved into a fast lane despite Covid-induced lockdowns. Also, a coastal road project, connecting Nariman Point to Worli, is under way and will help decongest the city to quite an extent. Of all these mega infrastructure projects, the one that has a huge potential to change the city's skyline is the Eastern Waterfront project - to be built on the Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) land.
'Youngsters are most affected'Rediff.com3 Aug 2021
'Our adult minds can use logic to understand the consequences, and our responsibilities have enabled us to accept this reality faster.' 'But our little ones still have no clue about what is going on.'
Incidents at border unacceptable, talks only solution: Assam CMRediff.com1 Aug 2021
Six days after a violent clash between police forces of Assam and Mizoram claimed seven lives and injured over 50 people, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday said such incidents along the inter-state border are 'unacceptable' to people of both the states and advocated a resolution through talks.
5 Assam cops killed in clashes at border with MizoramRediff.com27 Jul 2021
Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke to the chief ministers of Assam and Mizoram, Himanta Biswa Sarma and Zoramthanga respectively, and urged them to ensure peace along the disputed border and find an amicable settlement.
Xi plans to use CCP centenary to serve his goalsRediff.com30 Jun 2021
With his eye on next year's Party Congress, Xi Jinping is using the CCP's centenary celebrations to publicise the benefits for China from its leadership, and boost his image and contribution to China's rise, observes Jayadeva Ranade, the distinguished China expert and retired RA&W officer.
Prez visits native village; bows to touch the soilRediff.com27 Jun 2021
President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday said he had never imagined that an ordinary village boy like him would have the honour of occupying the highest post in the country, and thanked the people of his birth place for this.
The Lady Mumbai Police LoveRediff.com25 Jun 2021
Unless you've been hiding under an Internet-blocking rock, you must have chanced upon some of the crisp, polite, informative and frequently witty posts crafted by the Mumbai police. Mrigank Warrier meets Sunchika Pandey, the brains behind the Mumbai police quips.
Land grabbing charges: Champat Rai given clean chitRediff.com21 Jun 2021
The Bijnor police has junked a noted journalist's allegation of land grabbing in Nagina town near here against Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Kshetra trust general secretary and Champat Rai.
Kashe, 2, has an IQ of 146!Rediff.com18 Jun 2021
At 12 months, Kashe -- the youngest member of Mensa International - was identifying alphabets, even if she could not say them. By 18 months, she was identifying shapes, colors, all the fifty states of America and naming planets by memory. The 2 year old can also, hold your breath, identify the periodic table.
8 Times Sushant Singh Rajput Made Us CryRediff.com14 Jun 2021
Joginder Tuteja looks at the actor's most touching scenes from his films.
92,596 new Covid cases in India, active case tally dropsRediff.com9 Jun 2021
The number of people who have recuperated from the disease surged to 2,75,04,126, while the case fatality rate has increased to 1.22 per cent, the data stated.
16 killed, 6 injured in road accident in UP's KanpurRediff.com9 Jun 2021
The accident occurred in the Kisan Nagar area when a speeding bus hit a loader, which fell on the other side of the highway, while the bus also overturned and fell into a ditch.
Why Alapan Bandyopadhyay matters in Mamata's BengalRediff.com7 Jun 2021
Those who know Alapan Bandyopadhyay describe him as measured, tactical and extremely focused on achieving what he sets out to do. To many it came as a surprise that he would cut short a meeting with the prime minister.
Hooch tragedy hits Aligarh again; 5 dead, 22 hospitalisedRediff.com3 Jun 2021
This is the second liquor tragedy in this district in recent days.
FICCI suggests graded approach to unlock economyRediff.com2 Jun 2021
With the number of coronavirus infections declining in the country, industry chamber FICCI has suggested the government to follow a graded approach in unlocking economic activities. The chamber has suggested opening up of economic activities depending upon the positivity rate of COVID-19 cases in that region or district. It has divided regions at four levels - minimal risk, low risk, medium risk and high risk. It has asked for opening e-commerce supplies for both essential and non-essential activities in all districts irrespective of the positivity rate, besides home delivery of alcoholic beverages, logistics, warehousing and all cargo movement.
UP relaxes lockdown from June 1 except in 20 districts where active cases above 600Rediff.com30 May 2021
The 20 districts where there would be no relaxation yet are Meerut, Lucknow, Saharanpur, Varanasi, Ghaziabad, Gorakhpur, Muzaffarnagar, Bareilly, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Bulandshahr, Jhansi, Prayagraj, Lakhimpur-Khiri, Sonbhadra, Jaunpur, Baghpat, Moradabad, Ghazipur, Bijnor and Deoria.
Death toll in Aligarh hooch tragedy rises to 22Rediff.com29 May 2021
The death toll in the Aligarh hooch tragedy went up to 22 on Saturday, and 28 more people are still in critical condition, an official said in Aligarh.
Will consider withdrawing plaints if Ramdev takes back remarks: IMA chiefRediff.com28 May 2021
The Indian Medical Association will consider taking back police complaints lodged against yoga guru Ramdev and also a defamation notice sent to him if he withdrew his remarks against COVID-19 vaccines and modern medicine, IMA national chief Dr J A Jayalal said.
Hooch kills 11 in Aligarh, 3 officials suspendedRediff.com28 May 2021
11 people died on Friday and some more were taken ill after allegedly consuming spurious liquor sold by a licensed vendor in Aligarh, a senior official said.
India's Covid death toll crosses 3-lakh mark; new cases dip to 2.22 lakhRediff.com24 May 2021
The death toll climbed to 3,03,720 with 4,454 daily deaths, the data updated at 8 am showed.
Karnan reviewRediff.com19 May 2021
After Aadukalam and Asuran, this is another film Dhanush is going to be proud of, says Divya Nair.
'Rural spread poses significant danger'Rediff.com18 May 2021
'There is a deep stigma or taboo attached to COVID-19 in rural areas.' 'People don't want to test because they fear social exclusion.' 'Even those who test positive may not reveal and not follow the quarantine protocol.'
How India botched up its war against COVID-19Rediff.com10 May 2021
India is in the midst of its biggest crisis since Independence. It is a national emergency and begs to be dealt with. Politics can wait. Lives need to be saved. We need to vaccinate India at a pace faster than any country in the world, asserts Ramesh Menon.
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.
3 TMC workers, 1 BJP supporter killed in post-poll clashes in WBRediff.com3 May 2021
Four people were allegedly killed in clashes between the Trinamool Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party in West Bengal's Purba Bardhaman district after the election results were announced, official sources said on Monday.
The man who jumped in front of a train to save a childRediff.com26 Apr 2021
'I did hesitate and was scared, but I decided to save the child as I realised I would have done that if he was my child'
'So many deaths are happening all around you'Rediff.com24 Apr 2021
'Your family, your kith and kin are also under stress, some of your relatives will die, without getting appropriate treatment.'
'Lockdown-like' restrictions come into force in MaharashtraRediff.com14 Apr 2021
Section 144 of CrPC, prohibiting assembly of five or more people at one spot, will be in force during the period, Thackeray had said, but refrained from terming the new curbs as a lockdown.
Delhi imposes strict curbs after surge in Covid casesRediff.com11 Apr 2021
Prohibition of all types of gatherings, reduced size of weddings and funerals, running of public transport at half seating capacity and scaled down presence in government offices were some of the restrictions imposed by the Delhi government on Saturday amid a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Mukhtar Ansari brought back to UP jail from PunjabRediff.com7 Apr 2021
After spending over two years in a Punjab prison, gangster-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari was brought back to Banda jail early on Wednesday morning.
Why Bihar's students are angryRediff.com6 Apr 2021
This is the first protest in Bihar against the state government order directing schools, colleges and coaching institutes to remain closed till April 11 following a rise in COVID-19 cases.
Maharashtra's Covid curbs: What is allowed/not allowedRediff.com4 Apr 2021
The weekend lockdown will start from 8 pm on Fridays and last till 7 am on Mondays. Besides, prohibitory orders will be in force during daytime on weekdays, the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) said in a statement.
DMK goes for the kill in Stalin's Kolathur segmentRediff.com2 Apr 2021
The DMK's campaign appeared to be the most visible with propaganda at a feverish pace across the segment for the April 6 assembly polls and Stalin is the party's chief minister candidate.
'Today it is a fight head on'Rediff.com2 Apr 2021
'This year, we know the virus. Last year we didn't know anything about it.' 'The best part is that for the Indian population there has been some amount of cross protection.'