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Jhajharia, Deepa, Rahelu - Meet India's Paralympic medallistsRediff.com23 Aug 2021
With the Tokyo Paralympics opening on Tuesday, here's a look at all the past Indian medallists.
From playmaker to pacemaker, how ICD could save Eriksen's careerRediff.com17 Jun 2021
The Danish FA announced that Eriksen would have an ICD fitted.
Stocks you must buy, hold or exitRediff.com25 Aug 2020
Ajit Mishra, vice president, Research, Religare Broking, answers your queries:
Meet Sachin Tendulkar's English mother-in-lawRediff.com8 Jan 2020
Annabel Mehta, Sachin Tendulkar's mother-in-law, has dedicated her life to working with the Beautiful People of the other half of Mumbai without whom the city would neither exist nor thrive. Vaihayasi Pande Daniel met the amazing lady who was awarded the Member of the Order of the British Empire for her service to underprivileged communities.
Has one of mathematics's toughest problems been solved?Rediff.com20 Oct 2018
Mathematical problems can sometimes turn out to have real-world applications. This is true for the Riemann Hypothesis. Crypto-currency investors will heave a sigh of relief if the problem is unsolved since a proof could render their expertise obsolete, explains Devangshu Datta.
Padma Bhushan gong for Dhoni, AdvaniRediff.com25 Jan 2018
Besides the duo, 2017 World Weightlifting Champion in the 48kg category, Saikhom Mirabai Chanu and former Asian Games gold medallist tennis player Somdev Devvarman were conferred with the Padma Shri award.
A dress for every occasion: The life of a princessRediff.com26 Jul 2017
Whether rowing or greeting a head of state, Kate Middleton got it right every time on the latest royal tour.
Study abroad: The best engineering colleges in GermanyRediff.com10 Jun 2017
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on entrance examinations, admission procedures at international universities.
In defence of small shareholdersRediff.com3 Oct 2016
Sebi to fix promoters' side deals with PE investors
After Rio Paralympics gold, Jhajharia aims for treble in TokyoRediff.com23 Sep 2016
The gold medal in men's javelin throw F46 category in the Rio Paralympics made Devendra Jhajharia the most successful Indian para athlete ever but he is in no mood to stop here and is eyeing for a treble in the 2020 Tokyo Games. The 35-year-old Jhajharia, a left-hand amputee, is the only Indian para athlete to have won two gold medals in the Paralympics, the earlier one being the yellow metal he won in 2004 Athens. "I am not stopping here after the Rio success. I have enough gas in my tank and I will definitely go for gold in Tokyo. I know my body and I can still train two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening rigorously everyday, just like I did in the build-up to the Rio Paralympics," Jhajharia told PTI in an interview.
Markets end flat amid consolidation; Metals outshineRediff.com6 Apr 2016
The broader markets, however, outperformed the benchmark indices -- BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices ended up 0.6%-1%.
800 plus attacks on refugee shelters in GermanyRediff.com24 Sep 2015
As German makes provisions to accept 800,000 refugees this year, the nation is split vertically on the crisis with refugee shelters attacked with Molotov cocktails and swastika signs painted outside many refugee homes.
'As long as Pakistan exists, we can't say it was a flawed idea'Rediff.com12 Dec 2014
'Muslims, like people of all other faiths, are quite comfortable with the idea of nationalism and democracy today. But are they following Islam in its spirit? That is a different question.'
Betzig, Moerner, Hell win 2014 Nobel prize for chemistryRediff.com8 Oct 2014
Two American scientists and one from Germany have won the Nobel prize for chemistry for the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy.
Markets dip on weak December services PMIRediff.com6 Jan 2014
After sharp contraction in December, services PMI dashed hopes of a recovery in the second half of the year.
Syria attack fears recede; Sensex regains 20kRediff.com10 Sep 2013
FIIs pump in Rs 2,075 crore in past three trading sessions.
Markets end lower amid weak global cuesRediff.com15 Mar 2013
The market breadth in BSE ended unhealthy with 1,754 shares declining and 1,113 shares advancing.
Vettel emulates boyhood hero SchumacherRediff.com26 Nov 2012
Vettel is only the third driver to win three championships in a row and the ninth triple champion. The others are Argentina's Juan Manuel Fangio and Germany's Michael Schumacher. The following are some key facts about Vettel.
Markets end flat amid volatilityRediff.com15 Oct 2012
Hindalco and BHEL among the top Sensex gainers
FACTBOX - Formula One champion Sebastian VettelRediff.com9 Oct 2011
Germany's Sebastian Vettel became Formula One's youngest double world champion at the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday. The following are some key facts about the Red Bull driver.
Rising star of Germany stripped of doctorateRediff.com16 Jun 2011
The doctorate committee of the university's philosophy faculty, which investigated the allegations against the politician for several weeks, has established that a substantial part of the thesis, which earned Koch-Mehrin her doctorate title in 2000, involved texts lifted from other publications and they were not acknowledged properly
Mubarak rejects German offer of medical treatmentRediff.com10 Feb 2011
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak rejected a German offer of a medical treatment, which media reports said was one of the options being considered for an honourable departure for the Arab leader after more than three decades in power.
India Inc's capex up 12% in 2009-10Rediff.com6 Jul 2010
Capex plans for the next six months imply a 20 per cent increase in calendar 2010.
Global giants in race for Maharashtra cement unitRediff.com23 Jun 2010
At least four global cement majors, Lafarge, CRH, Heidelberg Cement and Intalicementi, are in the race to buy a little-known cement company in Maharashtra Murli Industries with a total capacity of 2.9 million tonnes.
Firm plans 'novel' SEZ in GujaratRediff.com7 Jan 2009
G-VIC is inspired by global high technology innovation clusters such as the Silicon Valley in the US, Hsinchu in Taiwan, Tsukuba in Japan and Sofia Antipolis in France. It has been conceptualised and is led by leading professionals from diverse fields. The company, chaired by former central vigilance commissioner N Vittal, is in close talks with international firms to partner the project.
'Pakistan won't revert to the policies of the 90s'Rediff.com19 Nov 2008
Pakitan academic Hasan-Askari Rizvi on the possibility of making the Line of Control between India and Pakistan irrelevant.
No premium to Birla, Sebi tells HeidelbergRediff.com21 Jan 2008
Following this order, Heidelberg Cement will need to pay only Rs 58 per share, instead of the earlier agreed Rs 72.50 apiece. This 25 per cent premium was agreed as a "non-compete fees" to the Indian promoters when the German major took majority control in Mysore Cements in 2006. Sebi said it did not find merit in the non-compete fees arrangement as the "sellers/promoters to whom non-compete consideration has been paid consist of trusts and charitable institutions."
Portuguese firm buys Digvijay CementRediff.com6 Dec 2007
Grasim Industries, a part of the Aditya Birla group, has decided to sell 53.3 per cent stake in Shree Digvijay Cement Company (SDCC) to Cimpor, a Portuguese cement maker, for Rs 322 crore (Rs 3.22 billion).
CEOs' first jobsRediff.com31 Oct 2007
No matter how they started out, part of what makes business leaders successful is their ability to learn something at every step.
Robin Santra wins Young Scientist prizeRediff.com20 Jul 2007
Dr Robin Santra, a physicist at the United States Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory, has been selected for the inaugural International Union of Pure and Applied Physics Young Scientist Prize for Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
Are newspapers dying?Rediff.com30 Mar 2007
The conference is being organised by the Department of Printing and Media Engineering of Manipal Institute of Technology.
Markets: The hits and misses of year 2006Rediff.com26 Dec 2006
Though 2006 was a year of historic highs for the stock market, the average investor is unlikely to have a great party this year end.
Heidelberg to move SAT on Sebi orderRediff.com7 Dec 2006
HeidelbergCement has decided to move the Securities Appellate Tribunal challenging the directive of the Securities and Exchange Board of India.
Sebi price fiat for HeidelbergRediff.com5 Dec 2006
Mysore Cements open offer may be hiked by 25%.
Holcim pays Rs 690 cr for 3.7% in Gujarat AmbujaRediff.com17 Nov 2006
The deal price of Rs 138.65 a share is 32 per cent higher than the Rs 105 a share that Holcim paid in January.
Rahul Bose: I got married yesterdayRediff.com18 Sep 2006
Readers chatted up Rahul Bose as he talked about everything from charity work to kissing Mallika.