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'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.'
COVID-19 surge: Centre asks 12 states to increase testingRediff.com27 Mar 2021
The Centre on Saturday strongly advised 12 states and Union Territories reporting a surge in coronavirus cases to significantly increase testing and ensure people follow COVID-appropriate behaviour, noting that one infected person could spread infection to an average of 406 individuals in a 30-day window without restrictions.
COVID-19: 'Maharashtra is putting up a fight'Rediff.com23 Mar 2021
'But to see the effects of that, it will take a week or two more.'
Crude blast kills 7-yr-old in poll-bound Bengal, EC seeks reportRediff.com22 Mar 2021
A seven-year-old boy was killed and another child injured in a crude bomb explosion in Burdwan city in West Bengal on Monday, triggering tension in the area ahead of the elections amid a political war of words over the law and order situation in the state.
FIR against Rajasthan textbook board over Islam remarkRediff.com18 Mar 2021
The Rajasthan State Textbook Board and the owner of a publishing house have been booked for hurting religious sentiments over a reference to Islamist terrorism in a political science textbook, the police said on Thursday.
How we can DEFEAT COVID-19Rediff.com17 Mar 2021
'If people are not cooperating and do not follow policies laid down by the government or follow scientific infection control management, then all will be lost.'
Harsha Bhogle: My Hero, Sunil GavaskarRediff.com12 Mar 2021
We have all had heroes. We have all wanted to be someone else. But there was nobody I wanted to be more than I wanted to be Sunil Gavaskar, notes Harsha Bhogle.
Recipe: Vine Spinach with ShrimpRediff.com9 Mar 2021
In Indranee Ghosh's latest book you will discover some untold secrets about the hill station in the north east of India.
Someone like Shiv Kumar had to be tamedRediff.com1 Mar 2021
'At 23, he has experienced what very few of his age have: Poverty at home, a stint in jail for his student activism.' 'His experience told him that if you want your rights, you have to fight for them.'
Naudeep Kaur case: Co-accused's medical report reveals 2 fractures, broken toenail bedsRediff.com25 Feb 2021
Shiv Kumar, president of Mazdoor Adhikar Sanghathan, was held a few days after the arrest of labour rights activist Kaur. Kaur was arrested for allegedly gheraoing an industrial unit and demanding money from the company in Haryana's Sonipat on January 12.
Set on fire after failed gang-rape attempt: Shahjahanpur studentRediff.com24 Feb 2021
A college student who was found without clothes and severely burnt lying along a national highway in Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh has claimed she was set on fire after a failed attempt to gang-rape her, police said on Wednesday.
Bollywood's FABULOUS train journeys!Rediff.com24 Feb 2021
As means of transport or metaphor, the romance of trains is unmistakable in Hindi cinema.
Girl from Chinmayanand-run college found lying with severe burns in UPRediff.com24 Feb 2021
It was not immediately known how the BA second-year student suffered burns and ended up on the roadside, the police said, adding that she was not in a state to record her statement before a magistrate.
Modi on project blitz in poll-bound Assam, BengalRediff.com22 Feb 2021
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Assam and West Bengal to lay the foundation stones of several projects.
PM to launch several projects in poll-bound Assam, Bengal on MondayRediff.com20 Feb 2021
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the poll-bound states of Assam and West Bengal on Monday to launch and lay the foundation stones of several projects.
On Pulwama anniversary, 7-kg IED detected near Jammu bus standRediff.com15 Feb 2021
A seven-kilogram improvised explosive device (IED) was detected on Sunday near the crowded general bus stand area in Jammu, averting a major tragedy and a plan by terrorists to set off an explosion on the second anniversary of the 2019 Pulwama attack, officials said.
Inter-caste marriages will possibly reduce caste and community tensions: SCRediff.com12 Feb 2021
The remarks came by a bench of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Hrishikesh Roy which quashed an FIR lodged by the parents of the girl, who had married a boy of her choice against the wishes of elders, at Belgavai district of Karnataka.
COVID-19: Curbs put in 2 Maha districts, mutations foundRediff.com18 Feb 2021
Researchers have found two new mutations in coronavirus samples from Amravati and Yavatmal districts of eastern Maharashtra which can escape neutralising antibodies, a senior official said on Thrusday. Meanwhile, authorities in the two districts have announced strict implementation of restrictions, including a weekend lockdown in Amravati, to stem the rising cases of COVID-19.
A year of living and working in the shadow of Covid-19 pandemicRediff.com5 Feb 2021
There is no one way to describe the 12 months that have gone by since India reported its first Covid-positive case on January 30, 2020.
Drone maker ideaForge bags biggest order from armed forcesRediff.com19 Jan 2021
The Army signed a $20-million deal with the Infosys-backed drone maker recently.
Tandav makers apologise, say no intent to hurt sentimentsRediff.com18 Jan 2021
'The cast and crew of Tandav unconditionally apologise if it has unintentionally hurt anybody's sentiments.'
Pakistan's devotion to LeT's Saeed runs deepRediff.com13 Jan 2021
The perpetrators of the 2008 Mumbai attack, who shot dead 166 people, had confessed to details that should have been enough to hang him, but Pakistan enjoyed his anti-India rhetoric and let him spread his tentacles. A revealing excerpt from Khaled Ahmed's Pakistan's Terror Conundrum.
Thoovanathumbikal: The masterpiece that got away from its makerRediff.com4 Jan 2021
Padmarajan's Thoovanathumbikal has become a part of Malayali mythology, just as its maker himself now possesses mythological status.
Cops drop charges against girl behind 'Free Kashmir' posterRediff.com29 Dec 2020
An FIR had been registered against Prabhu at Colaba police station in south Mumbai under section 153 B (Imputations, assertions prejudicial to national integration) of the Indian Penal Code.
With 26,567 new cases, India's Covid tally crosses 97 lakhRediff.com8 Dec 2020
The COVID-19 active caseload remained below 4 lakh for the second consecutive day.
The visionary who made Indian IT industry globalRediff.com7 Dec 2020
One should appreciate the sagacity and audacity of JRD and Nani Palkhivala in founding TCS on April 1, 1968. At that time there was no Microsoft or Intel, SAP or Accenture, much less Google.
They needed a person who could build and execute their vision: A frontiersman; a problem solver and an institution builder. It was their and India's good fortune that Faqir Chand Kohli more than measured up to their requirements and indeed laid the foundation to take TCS to unimaginable heights and to the giant success that it is today. Shivanand Kanavi salutes the incomparable F C Kohli, who passed into the ages last week.
Over 7 lakh to vote in 4th phase of J-K civic pollsRediff.com6 Dec 2020
The polling will be held between 7 am and 2 pm in 34 constituencies -- 17 each in Kashmir and Jammu divisions. Besides DDC elections, polling will be held for panchayat bypolls in 50 vacant sarpanch seats and 216 vacant panch seats falling within the DDC constituencies, an official spokesman said.
'Last wish fulfilled': Pak refugees on voting for first timeRediff.com5 Dec 2020
Till August 5 last year, except for parliamentary elections, these refugees were barred from voting in Jammu and Kashmir's assembly, panchayat and urban local body polls.
Celebrating Heroes: Meet the IAF's first para rowerRediff.com3 Dec 2020
'I am grateful to God that I am alive and he has made me differently-abled for a greater cause,' says Wing Commander Shantanu.
Soni Somarajan's INSPIRING LIFERediff.com21 Nov 2020
It was Soni Somarajan's biggest dream -- to see himself as a proud member of the Indian Armed Forces. When Life brutally shattered that dream, he wove a new one.
This election is not yet over: Trump CampaignRediff.com7 Nov 2020
Even as the election was yet to be called in Pennsylvania and Georgia where Biden has taken over Trump in terms of the vote count, albeit by a thin margin, the window for Trump was fast closing down.
No winner yet in tense US presidential raceRediff.com5 Nov 2020
After the latest projections in Wisconsin, Biden has 253 electoral college votes as against Trump's 213, making it much difficult for the President to win the polls. The winner of the 2020 presidential election should have at least 270 Electoral College votes out of the 538-member electoral college.
Why ABVP is gunning for this Goa professorRediff.com4 Nov 2020
'If we encourage such forces, then tomorrow they will try to intimidate every teacher who doesn't teach their idea of what is right and wrong.'