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Byju's raises over Rs 363 cr from Maitri Edtech, IIFL armRediff.com22 Jun 2021
Edtech major Byju's has raised over Rs 363 crore (about USD 50 million) in funding from Maitri Edtech and IIFL's private equity fund, according to regulatory documents. Over the past few months, Byju's has raised funding from a slew of investors that has placed the edtech major among the most-valued start-ups in the country. Byju's is estimated to have raised about $2.3 billion in funding so far with valuation touching $6.5 billion.
England men's national selector Smith to leave roleRediff.com21 Apr 2021
James Taylor, Smith's deputy, has had his job title change from England selector to head scout.
Is Nirav Modi a Suicide Risk?Rediff.com19 Apr 2021
The British home secretary has granted permission for jeweller Nirav Modi's extradition to India. During their arguments in a London court, his lawyers claimed Modi suffers from mental illness and is a suicide risk if he was sent to Mumbai's Arthur Road jail. A fascinating excerpt from Danish Khan and Ruhi Khan's Escaped: True Stories Of Indian Fugitives In London.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle expecting second childRediff.com15 Feb 2021
The couple's first child Archie will turn 2 in May and is seventh in line to the throne.
Biden-Putin tango promises to be rivetingRediff.com27 Jan 2021
Both statesmen possess a cultivated pugnacious style which they keep in reserve and can at will bring into play, and despite the mutual distrust in Russian-American relations, they are proponents of detente, quintessentially, who take their mission deadly seriously, points out Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
How Amazon Academy will help students crack JEERediff.com14 Jan 2021
Live lessons help students strengthen their JEE preparation. They can also track their progress over time, identify strong and weak areas, get insights on overall test-taking strategy.
The damage Pompeo is causing to US interestsRediff.com12 Jan 2021
BWith a distracted president brooding in the White House, Pompeo seems to think his day has come. He seems to be pushing a personal agenda before a target audience in America, observes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
Revealed! The top JOBS of 2020Rediff.com30 Dec 2020
Naukri.com's Hiring Outlook Survey for 2020 reveals the jobs and sectors that saw a surge in demand during the pandemic.
Meghan Markle reveals she suffered miscarriage in JulyRediff.com25 Nov 2020
Markle revealed about the miscarriage in a New York Times op-ed titled 'The Losses We Share,' where she also called on people to be more empathetic towards each other.
Covid-19 pandemic was a boon for online bizRediff.com17 Nov 2020
Education technology, grocery, fashion, food delivery and UPI payments surpassed volumes or revenues of February, in the September-October period.
Biden's secretary of state will be...Rediff.com16 Nov 2020
'Biden's promise of returning to 'normalcy' after Trump appears to mean that the same old politicians, who are responsible for the 'endless wars' in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, are being brought out of the woodwork after four years,' notes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
REWIND: Best moments from OctoberRediff.com2 Nov 2020
United States polls, coronavirus lockdowns and protests... Here's a look at the best images from October.
Ahead of mega-IPO plans, Indian unicorns eye new businessRediff.com8 Oct 2020
A slew of Indian firms, including Flipkart, Byju's and Zomato, is building a path to profitability and diversifying into newer business segments ahead of mega-IPO plans.
Why ED is the best bet for Kochars to get out of messRediff.com23 Sep 2020
The agency's poor track record in convictions is the only light at the end of a rather long tunnel for the couple, observes Shyamal Majumdar.
Why Rhea's case should send shivers down our spinesRediff.com14 Sep 2020
A promising young actor suffering from depression has had his life laid bare for the grubby public to paw through. An ordinary family has been pitched into the middle of a nightmare of an investigation and arrested for no reason discernible at present. And a young actress has had her reputation, and probably career, destroyed so that TRP ratings can soar, notes Sherna Gandhy.
Kamala Harris hit by the return of 'birther movement'Rediff.com14 Aug 2020
The conspiracy theory about Harris started following a Newsweek Op-Ed by Dr John Eastman, who ran in the Republican primary to be California's attorney general in 2010. Trump did not give his opinion on it but acknowledged that he has heard about such claims circulating on social media that Harris is not eligible to be the president of the United States.
Despite spike in aluminium demand, China still a threat for IndiaRediff.com16 Jul 2020
Chinese alumina refining and metal smelting technologies have emerged as a match for the best anywhere in the world. In fact, Vedanta and Hindalco have bought technologies from China. Our aluminium makers will be haunted by twin fears of rising imports and low metal prices squeezing margins over a long time.
India must be militarily prepared for the worstRediff.com5 Jun 2020
'One must remember that a dragon has a forked tongue,' warns Vivek Gumaste.
China rejects Trump's mediation offer in standoff with IndiaRediff.com29 May 2020
"We are capable of properly resolving the issues between us through dialogue and consultation. We do not need the intervention of the third party", he said.
Modi not in 'good mood' over border row with China: TrumpRediff.com29 May 2020
Trump on Wednesday said in a tweet that he was "ready, willing and able to mediate" between the two countries.
Yummy! What are Pooja, Malaika and Deepika cooking?Rediff.com26 Mar 2020
See how your favourite stars are cooking and sharing recipes!
Taliban Treaty: Pakistan's biggest victory since 1947Rediff.com3 Mar 2020
'Pakistan's trump card is that it is the only credible guarantor on the horizon who can reasonably assure the Western world that Afghanistan will not again become the revolving door for international terrorism.' 'Trust Pakistan to play this card optimally,' explains Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
After 105 days, Chidambaram walks out of TiharRediff.com4 Dec 2019
"The fact is that after 106 days of pre-trial incarceration there is not a single charge framed against me as I speak now," said Chidambaram, who is expected to attend the Rajya Sabha proceedings on Thursday.
Shivakumar case: HC raps ED over delayRediff.com17 Oct 2019
"You cannot play hide and seek with the court," Justice Suresh Kait said.
What did Modi's US visit achieve?Rediff.com1 Oct 2019
'No amount of digression can hide deflect the fact that the PM's visit was badly conceived, planned and executed,' argues Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
Howdy Modi had nothing of enduring value for IndiaRediff.com23 Sep 2019
'What has India got out of Howdy India in substantive terms?' asks Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
Cricket Buzz: Azhar files nomination for HCA president jobRediff.com19 Sep 2019
Azharuddin, whose nomination was rejected two years ago, submitted his papers to former Chief Election Commissioner VS Sampath on Wednesday.
Chidambaram asked Peter, Indrani to take care of Karti: ED tells SCRediff.com23 Aug 2019
The ED told the apex court that during the investigation it found Chidambaram had 11 'immovable properties' and 17 bank accounts abroad and his custodial interrogation was required to unearth the larger conspiracy in the case.
High drama as CBI arrests Chidambaram from his homeRediff.com21 Aug 2019
A CBI spokesperson said he has been arrested on the basis of a warrant issued by a competent court.
Disgruntled employee shoots 12 dead at Virginia civic centreRediff.com1 Jun 2019
The gunman was killed when police responded to the shooting in the southeastern coastal city of Virginia Beach.
When Bollywood went to collegeRediff.com18 Apr 2019
The filmi college saga, through the decades.
Sheena Bora Trial: Peter escapes death by a whiskerRediff.com3 Apr 2019
'Give him a chance to live,' Peter's lawyer told the court.
UK court denies bail to Nirav ModiRediff.com29 Mar 2019
The judge fixed April 26 as the next date of hearing when he will appear via video link from jail.
Why it will be difficult to prove Kochhar's 'guilt'Rediff.com27 Feb 2019
Regulators and investigators around the world have access to sophisticated tools making it possible to detect white collar crimes. This is where Indian investigators and regulators have been found wanting, says Sudipto Dey.
Sheena Bora Trial: Why does Indrani now want a lie detector test?Rediff.com14 Feb 2019
Happy with her latest move, Indrani departed from Courtroom 51 with a spring in her step. The woman who hopped up into the jail truck was a cheerful one.
How Cardi B, Bebe, Kylie turned heads at GrammysRediff.com13 Feb 2019
These artists know how to make an impression at the red carpet.
Report cites MoD note saying PMO held parallel Rafale negotiationsRediff.com8 Feb 2019
Sitharaman criticised the news report for raising issues 'selectively' and ignoring the then defence minister Manohar Parrikar's reply.
Robert Vadra questioned by ED for 5.5 hours, denies owning London houseRediff.com6 Feb 2019
Vadra was directed by a Delhi court to cooperate with the investigation being carried out by the central probe agency after he knocked on its door seeking anticipatory bail in this case.
Trump struggles to pronounce word 'anonymous'Rediff.com9 Sep 2018
The faux pas quickly provoked a huge reaction on social media, with some mistaking him for saying the word 'enormous' or 'ominous', a media report said.
White House official attacks 'amoral' Trump in anonymous NYT op-edRediff.com6 Sep 2018
The US president has slammed the op-ed titled "I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration', calling it 'gutless'.