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Modi's day out with Indian diaspora in GlasgowRediff.com1 Nov 2021
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday interacted with a cross-section of members of the Indian diaspora in Scotland who gathered here to felicitate him and also unveil his bust.
Eyeing China, India-UK begin tri-services exerciseRediff.com24 Oct 2021
The Chinese navy's growing aggression in the Western Pacific is bringing together a range of allies.
T20 WC: Meet Scotland's 12-year-old jersey designer!Rediff.com20 Oct 2021
Scotland cricket team captain Kyle Coetzer said the team was "really proud" of the design.
UK, India COVID-19 study sets Guinness world recordRediff.com26 Aug 2021
The co-lead author of the study, Indian-origin surgeon Aneel Bhangu from the University of Birmingham, said the study was aimed at improving our understanding of the deadly virus.
HELP Satish Achieve His DreamRediff.com29 Jun 2021
The one thing holding back the plucky youngster who has never hesitated to plunge into unknown territory, is funds
Pfizer, AstraZeneca vaccines protect against Delta variant: StudyRediff.com15 Jun 2021
Researchers at Public Health Scotland and the University of Edinburgh, UK, found that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine offered better protection against the Delta variant compared to the Oxford-AstraZeneca preventive, known as Covishield in India.
Why is a prince making rotis?Rediff.com26 May 2021
The Royal couple made perfect round rotis with a little assistance.
Britain's Prince Philip laid to rest in royal ceremonyRediff.com17 Apr 2021
The funeral incorporated hymns and readings chosen by the late royal himself and focussed on the "unwavering loyalty" of the longest-serving consort in British history to his wife, the monarch, and service to Britain and the Commonwealth.
Prince Philip's funeral to mark his 'unwavering loyalty'Rediff.com17 Apr 2021
The ceremony, which officially begins at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle with a national minute's silence at 1500 local time on Saturday, will be a religious one though without any sermons, as planned by the Duke, who passed away aged 99 last week on Friday.
William, Harry won't walk next to each other at Prince Philip's funeralRediff.com16 Apr 2021
William and Harry will both join family members in walking behind their grandfather's coffin, but their cousin, Peter Phillips (the son of Princess Anne), is set to walk between them.
Queen returns to royal duties 4 days after husband's deathRediff.com14 Apr 2021
While the UK's national mourning after the passing of Prince Philip last Friday will run until the morning after his funeral at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday, the royal family is observing two weeks of mourning.
William, Harry pay tribute to 'extraordinary' grandpa Prince PhilipRediff.com12 Apr 2021
Both brothers, reportedly estranged in recent months since Harry stepped back as a frontline royal after his wedding to Meghan Markle, make references to the late Duke's sense of humour and describe him as a man of service.
Prince Philip helped design Land Rover that will carry his coffinRediff.com11 Apr 2021
The coffin of the senior royal will be loaded into the Land Rover for an eight-minute procession to the gates of St George's Chapel, where the funeral is to begin with a national minute's silence at 1500 local time on April 17.
Harry but no Meghan at funeral for Britain's Prince PhilipRediff.com11 Apr 2021
The Duchess of Sussex who is due to give birth to the couple's second child, a girl, in early summer will stay home in California on her doctor's advice
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip, passes awayRediff.com9 Apr 2021
"It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle," the Buckingham Palace tweeted.
A life in pictures - Britain's Prince PhilipRediff.com9 Apr 2021
From his early years to the duties and pleasures of royal life, we take a look at the life of the Duke of Edinburgh.
What we LEARNT about COVID-19Rediff.com17 Mar 2021
'If you delay the diagnosis even by 24 hours, in that 24 hours individuals would have affected more people.' 'So, contact tracing, testing, isolation, quarantine needs to continue.'
10 Years On, Lessons from FukushimaRediff.com11 Mar 2021
'The lessons learnt from the triple disaster have put Japan's energy future On the right path,' notes Dr Rajaram Panda.
The protector of women from breast cancerRediff.com11 Mar 2021
'Having dedicated my life towards improving breast healthcare in my motherland. I shall continue to work with rock-solid determination following this "chosen" path.'
Cairn, govt discuss LTCG tax and Vivad se Vishwas schemeRediff.com22 Feb 2021
During a series of hectic talks between Cairn Energy and the Indian government over the $1.2-billion arbitration award in favour of the former last week, a slew of options was proposed by the two sides, including computation of capital gains and participation in the Vivad se Vishwas (VsV) dispute resolution scheme. The government is likely to go ahead and appeal against the arbitration award by a Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague before March 21, indicated finance ministry officials. Cairn Energy Plc on Sunday said it was hopeful that an acceptable solution to its tax dispute with the Indian government could be found to avoid prolonging and exacerbating the 'negative issue' for all parties.
'The epidemic is receding in India'Rediff.com9 Feb 2021
'But we still have to be very careful.'
Malaika celebrates Christmas!Rediff.com26 Dec 2020
Film folk have been celebrating Christmas with familiar fervour.
It's Christmas in Bollywood!Rediff.com24 Dec 2020
Film folk have been busy decorating their homes with Christmas trees and cheer, and we follow them inside to take a closer look.
Rediff said it first! UK PM Boris Johnson will be Republic Day chief guestRediff.com15 Dec 2020
Johnson will be only the second British leader since Indian independence to attend the annual Republic Day parade in New Delhi as Guest of Honour, after former prime minister John Major in 1993.
PHOTOS: The weirdly, wonderful world we live in!Rediff.com18 Nov 2020
These 10 images prove that it's an odd, odd world out there...
Sputnik V vaccine 92% 'effective' against coronavirus, claims RussiaRediff.com11 Nov 2020
The efficacy of the vaccine, developed by the Gamalaya Centre, was demonstrated on the basis of a first interim analysis obtained 21 days after the first injection.
Sean Connery's 10 Landmark RolesRediff.com3 Nov 2020
Diamonds are Forever. So is Sean Connery.
Sean Connery, first James Bond, passes awayRediff.com31 Oct 2020
In the career spanning half a century, the actor featured in many critically-acclaimed and commercial blockbusters such as The Hunt for Red October, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Murder on the Orient Express and The Rock.
Why FDI in oil & gas is in a messRediff.com13 Oct 2020
The retrospective tax controversy was highlighted by Vodafone, but Cairn Plc's continuing problems point to the impact this law has had on FDI in India's oil and gas sector.
Chin up, says Sushmita SenRediff.com23 Sep 2020
Film folk get gorgeous on Instagram.
Indian women golfers set to make history at LPGA eventRediff.com12 Aug 2020
Aditi, Diksha, Tvesa to play at Ladies Scottish Open.
UK Queen's granddaughter weds in secret ceremonyRediff.com17 Jul 2020
Beatrice, 31, and Mozzi, 37, had been due to marry at the Chapel Royal, at St James's Palace in London with 150 guests in May but postponed the plans amid the coronavirus lockdown.
COVID-19: South Africa to trial unique limited overs tieRediff.com17 Jun 2020
"It's a thrilling new format and a match that is working towards a greater good."
From the Raj to Azadi, how I saw India changeRediff.com2 Jun 2020
Bharati Dutt witnessed life-changing events that shaped India on the threshold of freedom. Her memories are an account of how ordinary Indians saw India change.
PHOTOS: UK falls silent in honour of COVID-19 warriorsRediff.com28 Apr 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson led the tributes with UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak at 10 Downing Street for the National Health Service (NHS) and other key workers across care homes and public transport at 11 am local time. So far 82 NHS staff are known to have died after testing positive for the coronavirus, including many with their roots in India.
How to Raise A Happy ChildRediff.com28 Feb 2020
We all want the same things for our children. We want them to grow up to love and be loved, to follow their dreams, to find success. Mostly, though, we want them to be happy. But just how much control do we have over our children's happiness? A must read from Lachmi Deb Roy's Are You Overparenting? Why Doing Everything Possible Harms Your Child.
India to host Commonwealth shooting and archery in 2022Rediff.com24 Feb 2020
Commonwealth Archery and Shooting Championships will be held in Chandigarh
Brexit done: UK leaves EU as Johnson hails new dawnRediff.com1 Feb 2020
The UK became the first country to exit the economic bloc after 47 years of membership following the vote in favour of Brexit in June 2016.
Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan to give up royal titlesRediff.com19 Jan 2020
"The Sussexes will not use their HRH titles as they are no longer working members of the Royal Family. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared their wish to repay Sovereign Grant expenditure for the refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage (believed to be 2.4 million), which will remain their United Kingdom family home," a statement from the Buckingham Palace read.
Commonwealth C'ships: IOA gets World Archery backingRediff.com6 Jan 2020
Shooting's international federation (ISSF) has also confirmed complete support to India for hosting the proposed Commonwealth championships.