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Over 200 world leaders urge G7 to help vaccinate world's poorestRediff.com7 Jun 2021
Over 200 world leaders, including former presidents, prime ministers and ministers have backed a campaign urging the Group of Seven (G7) rich nations to help vaccinate the world's poorest from low-income economies against COVID-19 by paying two-thirds of an estimated $66 billion required.
Mueller, Hummels recalled by Germany for Euro 2020Rediff.com19 May 2021
Scotland's Clarke names uncapped trio in Euro squad.
China TV drops NBA exhibition games; league defends free speechRediff.com8 Oct 2019
'It is inevitable that people around the world -- including from America and China -- will have different viewpoints over different issues'
Why Cognizant is going slow in IndiaRediff.com26 Feb 2019
Post-bribery disclosure, Cognizant is not pursuing greenfield expansion in the country and relying on leased facilities for new demands. The incident, which came to light in 2016, is also said to have claimed 200-300 jobs so far mainly in areas like administration, legal, and procurement.
Oscars 2019: Rami Malek wins Best ActorRediff.com25 Feb 2019
The complete set of winners on Oscar night!
List of Australian Open men's singles championsRediff.com27 Jan 2019
List of Australian Open men's singles champions since the event began in 1905 (Australian unless stated):
Roma, The Favourite lead 2019's Oscar nominations!Rediff.com22 Jan 2019
Which films are *you* rooting for?
Here's a complete list of Aus Open men's championsRediff.com28 Jan 2018
List of Australian Open men's singles champions since the event began in 1905 (Australian unless stated):
PIX: Priyanka mingles with Nicole Kidman, UsherRediff.com26 Oct 2016
A look at the arrivals.
Cognizant widens bribery probeRediff.com4 Oct 2016
The company owns 12 of 45 facilities it has in India and around 75 per cent of its global headcount of 2,44,300 is based in the country
The Englishman who was more Indian than IndiansRediff.com11 Aug 2016
Buried in a Kolkata cemetery is an Englishman who served India well during her struggle for freedom. Charles Freer Andrews was a benevolent force that neither the Indians, nor the British could ignore.
China is our bitterest enemy todayRediff.com13 Jul 2016
'Today the Chinese think they can slap India, and there will be no consequences.' 'They must be made to feel the consequences through any and all means,' says Rajeev Srinivasan.
Sanjay Valvani, New York hedge fund exec found dead in apparent suicideRediff.com22 Jun 2016
Prosecutors unveiled charges against Valvani alleging he fraudulently made $25 million by getting advance information about US Food and Drug Administration approvals of generic drug applications
Bradley Cooper splits from Suki WaterhouseRediff.com20 Mar 2015
A lowdown on what's happening in Hollywood.
AstraZeneca rejects Pfizer's final deal offerRediff.com19 May 2014
Britain's AstraZeneca on Monday rejected a sweetened and "final" offer from Pfizer , casting serious doubt on the U.S. drugmaker's plan for a merger to create the world's biggest pharmaceuticals group.
Ex-directors of Satyam win ruling in US class-action suitRediff.com3 Jan 2013
Judge ruled that ther lawsuits failed to allege that the ex-directors recklessly failed to discover the fraud.
India tweaking laws to check money launderingRediff.com19 Jul 2011
Committed to the full implementation of international standards to combat money laundering and terror financing, India on Tuesday said it was making suitable amendments to converge the country's existing laws with the recommendations of the global Financial Action Task Force.
Check out the 14 squads for the World CupRediff.com21 Jan 2011
All the 14 participating teams have confirmed their 15-member squads. The fans now know which of their favourite stars will be in action in the 45-day extravaganza. Most of the squads are predictable, with the members having chosen themselves, based on their performace.
Indian activist to join Clinton's task forceRediff.com6 Oct 2010
Former United States President Bill Clinton has invited Ruchira Gupta, an activist who has fought against sex trafficking for two decades, to join his CGI Lead Task Force -- a high level group within the Clinton Global Initiative.Gupta is the founder president of Apne Aap Women Worldwide and winner of the 2009 Clinton Global Citizen Award for Leadership in Civil Society.
China-Pak nuke deal has no parity with IndiaRediff.com1 Jul 2010
As India scalps its third nuclear deal this month, the vindication and the victory cannot hide the fact that the all-powerful Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), which met in Christchurch, New Zealand last week, failed to dissuade China from supplying two nuclear power reactors to Pakistan in pursuance of two that had earlier been supplied.
Sino-Pak N-deal to face US roadblock at NSGRediff.com15 Jun 2010
Experts have said that the deal appears to be violating international guidelines forbidding nuclear exports to countries that have not signed the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty or do not have international safeguards on reactors.
US administration condemns Pune attackRediff.com17 Feb 2010
The Obama administration has strongly condemned the Pune bombing and said it believes that counter-terrorism cooperation is a key element of the bilateral relationship between the United States and India.
India prescribes 'introspection' for PakistanRediff.com29 Jan 2010
Foreign ministers of India and Pakistan have sparred over the 26/11 probe with Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi accusing New Delhi of non-cooperation, prompting his Indian counterpart S M Krishna to ask the 'people who are sitting in the epicentre of terror' to introspect before making such allegations.
PM in Copenhagen; seeks to preserve consensusRediff.com18 Dec 2009
Prior to the meeting of over 110 world leaders at the climate change conference, Singh is scheduled to meet with his Chinese counterpart Wen Jiabao in a bid to consolidate position of the developing countries for the plenary.
India to accept emission reduction target if...Rediff.com28 Nov 2009
Pushing for a legally binding substantive outcome at the Copenhagen climate change meet, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday said India is willing to sign on to an ambitious global target for emission reduction or limiting temperature increase, if it is accompanied by an equitable burden-sharing paradigm. He denounced attempts by some developed nations to junk the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions.
Queen lauds India's courage in facing 26/11 attackRediff.com28 Oct 2009
The Mumbai terror attack was discussed during the State Banquet hosted by Queen Elizabeth in the honour of President Pratibha Patil, with the British monarch paying tributes to the 'courage and steadfastness' shown by the Indian people, in the face of the appalling incident."We are mindful that in a month's time, India will mark the anniversary of the appalling terrorist attacks on Mumbai, in which so many Indians were killed," the Queen said during the Banquet.
'Getting Gandhi memorabilia highlight of UK visit'Rediff.com27 Oct 2009
President Pratibha Patil has said that bringing back Mahatma Gandhi''s memorabilia to India would be the most exciting occasion of her visit to the United Kingdom. The memorabilia includes signed letters and a signed khadi cloth spun by Mahatma Gandhi.
Why the G20 Summit in Pittsburgh is a step forwardRediff.com26 Sep 2009
The visit of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh worked. On conclusion of his short trip to Pittsburgh to attend the G-20 summit, he was in upbeat mood.
India, US to go ahead with nuclear deal: ClintonRediff.com26 Sep 2009
The United States on Saturday said India's position on the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty will not impact the nuclear agreement between the two countries and expressed hope about moving forward with the landmark agreement."We've said before that the resolution that was passed on Thursday unanimously by the United Nations Security Council does not have any bearing on our bilateral civil nuclear cooperation," said an US official.
'We've handled crisis much better than anyone'Rediff.com1 Jun 2009
In this interview, Rakesh Mohan spoke on a range of issues about the challenges he faced during his stint at the central bank and the journey from handling the real economy sectors to monetary economics
Concerned UN sends envoy to LankaRediff.com15 May 2009
Concerned over the plight of civilians caught up in the ongoing fighting in Sri Lanka, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has dispatched his Chef de Cabinet Vijay Nambiar, a former Indian diplomat, to the island nation to underscore his message for protection of civilians and resolution of the humanitarian situation there. Members of the UN Security Council on Wednesday expressed grave concern over the worsening crisis in northern Sri Lanka.
Sudirman Cup: India rout Scotland 5-0Rediff.com13 May 2009
Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal rallied to tame Susan Hughes as India spanked Scotland 5-0 to top the pool and qualify for the promotional play-offs in the Sudirman Cup badminton tournament in Guangzhou on Wednesday.
PM for scrutiny of tax havensRediff.com3 Apr 2009
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said India is in favour of sharing tax information and monitoring tax havens more closely.
G20 agrees to $1.1 trillion stimulus packageRediff.com3 Apr 2009
To take action against non-cooperative jurisdictions, including tax havens.
G-20: Montek to head Indian teamRediff.com9 Mar 2009
Ahead of the G-20 Summit, Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia will lead a delegation to a preparatory meet on March 11 in London where deliberations on issues like liquidity crunch and reforms in international financial institutions are likely be taken up.
Talibanisation could soon devour PakistanRediff.com18 Feb 2009
'Already, the Taliban's malign influence is spreading unstoppably into society, and into the army and other vital organs of the State.'
Obama should visit India -- soonRediff.com18 Feb 2009
It's time for the Democrats to cement America's major new alliance.
Rebuilding America's job machineRediff.com3 Feb 2009
Industrial policy isn't dead. It's thriving in the statesand may be the start of a U.S. comeback strategy
UN evacuates civilians from Lanka war zoneRediff.com29 Jan 2009
United Nations on Thursday began running special rescue convoys and evacuated hundreds of wounded Tamil civilians from behind the Tiger-held areas as concerns grew worldwide over the fate of 250,000 civilians trapped in the war zone. "About 350 critically-wounded civilians, including 50 children, were brought to safety zones," UN spokesman Gordon Weiss said.
'India, Pak are poor countries with same problems'Rediff.com15 Dec 2008
Pakistan does not want a war with India but was "prepared" to defend itself if aggression is imposed on the country in the aftermath of the Mumbai terror attacks, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said on Monday. "We don't want to get involved in a war. I want to assure the House and the people that we do not want war, but if aggression is thrust on us, we will stand united as a proud nation," Gilani told the National assembly or lower house of parliament.