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Sweltering heat grips North; Delhi sizzles at 49 degree Celsius

Sweltering heat grips North; Delhi sizzles at 49 degree Celsius

Rediff.com15 May 2022

A tormenting heatwave swept through North India on Sunday with the mercury crossing 49 degrees Celsius in pockets of Delhi, while the weather office forecast some relief Monday onwards.

Share Your #SummerPics

Share Your #SummerPics

Rediff.com12 May 2022

Send us your most interesting, funny, heart-warming, quirky photographs that best describe summer.

Kashish, 14, reunites lost child with parents

Kashish, 14, reunites lost child with parents

Rediff.com25 Apr 2022

Every week, we bring you fascinating videos, chosen by you, through your likes.

The Indian Soldier Missing In Pakistan

The Indian Soldier Missing In Pakistan

Rediff.com14 Apr 2022

It is 25 years since Captain Sanjit Bhattacharjee went missing during a patrol on the India Pakistan border. Pakistan has never acknowledged his captivity.

'Who up there is writing this script?'

'Who up there is writing this script?'

Rediff.com13 Apr 2022

'How can so many misfortunes fall on one beautiful family?'

'It is my love for the people of this country'

'It is my love for the people of this country'

Rediff.com4 Feb 2022

'I can't help it if people don't love the minorities, the Dalits and Adivasis; they are as much of this country as any other Indian.' 'If I love them, it does not mean I do not love my country.' 'It is ironic and funny that they have laid such severe anti-national charges against me.'

10 Year Old Indian Wins Top Photo Contest

10 Year Old Indian Wins Top Photo Contest

Rediff.com20 Oct 2021

The Natural History Museum's annual competition and exhibition, Wildlife Photographer of the Year has been the longest-running and most prestigious nature and wildlife photography competition that has been recognising the world's best nature photography every year since 1965.

The Desi Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

The Desi Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

Rediff.com2 Sep 2021

'I consider myself a pilgrim who is here to shape tomorrow.'

10 Films that Amazed Me at Cannes

10 Films that Amazed Me at Cannes

Rediff.com26 Jul 2021

Aseem Chhabra lists 10 of his favourite films that played in various sections at the 74th Cannes Film Festival.

Italy erupts in celebration after Euro 2020 triumph

Italy erupts in celebration after Euro 2020 triumph

Rediff.com12 Jul 2021

Fireworks and music broke out across the country after the 3-2 shootout win

Ladakh: 9 Issues to WORRY India

Ladakh: 9 Issues to WORRY India

Rediff.com23 Jun 2021

China remains in firm control of an estimated 600-800 square kilometres of Indian territory.

DEAR ROOPASHREE: My cough won't stop, please help

DEAR ROOPASHREE: My cough won't stop, please help

Rediff.com23 Apr 2021

Wellness expert Roopashree Sharma answers your health queries.

Kolkata 2001: The Odyssey, viewed from the sidelines

Kolkata 2001: The Odyssey, viewed from the sidelines

Rediff.com14 Mar 2021

20 years ago this week, India and Australia played one of the greatest Test matches in cricket history. Sreehari Nair relives the sound and the fury of that unforgettable game at the Eden Gardens.

15 BEAUTIFUL stories, told on screen

15 BEAUTIFUL stories, told on screen

Rediff.com12 Mar 2021

Aseem Chhabra introduces us to the best of Berlinale.

ASK DR JAIN: I want feet like the film stars!

ASK DR JAIN: I want feet like the film stars!

Rediff.com1 Mar 2021

Have skin concerns? Send in your questions to Dr Dinesh Jain.

Aus Open PIX: Djokovic, Serena, Thiem through to Round 3

Aus Open PIX: Djokovic, Serena, Thiem through to Round 3

Rediff.com10 Feb 2021

Images from Day 3 of the Australian Open in Melbourne on Wednesday.

Can you watch 425 films in a year?

Can you watch 425 films in a year?

Rediff.com13 Jan 2021

Aseem Chhabra watched some great films and some huge disappointments in 2020.

Expect heated exchanges under hot Aussie sun: Cummins

Expect heated exchanges under hot Aussie sun: Cummins

Rediff.com11 Dec 2020

'How we play the game reflects who we are as people and for the most part, the Aussie team is a pretty relaxed bunch, we like a bit of a laugh, so let's see what happens in this series.'

New York Gurdwaras's HEARTENING Langar Story

New York Gurdwaras's HEARTENING Langar Story

Rediff.com30 Nov 2020

It was truly heartening to see how the Sikh community had risen to the occasion during the Black Lives Matter peaceful protests and the coronavirus pandemic and selflessly served those looking for nourishment.

Aus pace attack stronger, more balanced than India's: Buchannan

Aus pace attack stronger, more balanced than India's: Buchannan

Rediff.com23 Nov 2020

'... But India lacks solid backup to Bumrah, Shami, and Yadav. Bumrah is a fine paceman. He has very good durability. I think India needs to use him in such a way that he is as fresh as possible for each Test match.'

Made in India artillery gun is ready to fire

Made in India artillery gun is ready to fire

Rediff.com20 Nov 2020

The gun is unique in its ability to fire a five-round burst, while no other contemporary The gun is unique in its ability to fire a five-round burst, while no other contemporary gun exceeds three-round bursts. This brings down a greater quantity of explosive onto the target before enemy soldiers can take cover

Indian Army ignores Chinese propaganda

Indian Army ignores Chinese propaganda

Rediff.com18 Nov 2020

Today, the Ladakhis and Tibetans have been joined by the Sikhs, the Madrassis, the Garhwalis, the Rajputs, who are well trained psychologically and otherwise, to defend the nation, observes Claude Arpi.

Did Modi ignore Xi's betrayal in Ladakh?

Did Modi ignore Xi's betrayal in Ladakh?

Rediff.com16 Oct 2020

Did Xi deliver a message to Modi at Mamallapuram, which though couched in a velvet glove was time-bound? What was that message? It is clear Indian/Israeli/US spy satellites would not have missed detecting Chinese troop movements towards the Ladakh-Tibet frontier. Then why did some important functionaries in the Government of India choose to only ask the Russians about this in April 2020? Was Russian reassurance of Chinese troop movements being part of a routine exercise the reason that the Leh-based XIV Corps did not mobilise itself for its annual summer exercises near the LAC? A fascinating excerpt from Iqbal Chand Malhotra's new book Red Fear: The China Threat.

CIA device: Why I climbed Nanda Devi

CIA device: Why I climbed Nanda Devi

Rediff.com10 Aug 2020

'Nanda Devi is not an easy mountain to climb.'

Mother's food somehow tasted better on the train!

Mother's food somehow tasted better on the train!

Rediff.com30 Jun 2020

'Memories of a simple, yet amazing childhood, long lost, but never forgotten.' Vijay Menon takes us back to a time when overnight train journeys were the most exciting events of our lives.

By end of century, India may be hotter by 4.4 degrees

By end of century, India may be hotter by 4.4 degrees

Rediff.com15 Jun 2020

In the 30-year period between 1986 and 2015, temperatures of the warmest day and the coldest night of the year have risen by about 0.63 degree Celsius and 0.4 degree Celsius, respectively.

From the Raj to Azadi, how I saw India change

From the Raj to Azadi, how I saw India change

Rediff.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.

PIX: Nadal recovers from loss to help Spain enter semis

PIX: Nadal recovers from loss to help Spain enter semis

Rediff.com11 Jan 2020

World number one Rafael Nadal recovered from an upset loss against Belgium's David Goffin to win the deciding doubles match and send Spain into the semi-final of the ATP Cup teams event in Sydney in the early hours of Saturday. Spain will now play host nation Australia in the inaugural event, while Serbia, led by world number two Novak Djokovic, take on Russia.

2019: The year in photos

2019: The year in photos

Rediff.com2 Jan 2020

We sorted through countless photographs taken around the world to come up with the top photos of 2019. Together these images tell the story of the year -- capturing moments of hope and heartbreak, triumph and tragedy.

Buzz: Ganguly gets CA praise for 'ODI Super Series' idea

Buzz: Ganguly gets CA praise for 'ODI Super Series' idea

Rediff.com27 Dec 2019

Ganguly had said India will lock horns with England, Australia and one other top cricketing side in an annual ODI series starting 2021.

Review: Dyson Pure Hot + Cool air purifier

Review: Dyson Pure Hot + Cool air purifier

Rediff.com12 Dec 2019

The Dyson Pure Hot + Cool is expensive but worth the price. It clearly differentiates itself from similar machines in both looks and performance, says Khalid Anzar.

5 simple tips to get a glowing skin in winter

5 simple tips to get a glowing skin in winter

Rediff.com12 Dec 2019

Our body needs hydration both inside out. But our water intake tends to reduce during the winter season, thus resulting in lifeless skin, says Vandana Luthra.

Hot girl vibes! Meet Instagram's new fashionista

Hot girl vibes! Meet Instagram's new fashionista

Rediff.com18 Oct 2019

Melissa Raju Thomas, who stars in Moothon opposite Nivin Pauly, has been giving us some serious fashion goals.

R N Kao, India's legendary Spymaster

R N Kao, India's legendary Spymaster

Rediff.com17 Oct 2019

'Here was a man who played a major part in helping the Bengalis of East Pakistan create a new nation, secured the merger of Sikkim into the Indian dominion and built R&AW into a formidable outfit, comparable to the best in the world.' Rameshwar Nath Kao shunned the limelight, hated to be photographed and preferred to work behind the scenes. A revealing excerpt from Nitin A Gokhale's much awaited book, R N Kao: Gentleman Spymaster.

PIX: Wozniacki safely into third round; Halep, Petkovic shocked

PIX: Wozniacki safely into third round; Halep, Petkovic shocked

Rediff.com30 Aug 2019

A summary of Thursday's play at the US Open.

Heat headache for 2020 planners as Tokyo swelters a year before Games

Heat headache for 2020 planners as Tokyo swelters a year before Games

Rediff.com6 Aug 2019

The sweltering heat killed 57 people across Japan in the week from July 29 to Aug. 4, the Disaster Management Agency said on Tuesday.

Heatwave persists in country; dust storm kill 26 in UP

Heatwave persists in country; dust storm kill 26 in UP

Rediff.com7 Jun 2019

Parts of south, east and northeast India are expected to get some relief from the blistering heat, with the onset of monsoon expected to take place over Kerala on Saturday.

Heat wave enters 2nd week with no end in sight

Heat wave enters 2nd week with no end in sight

Rediff.com4 Jun 2019

Large swathes of the country reeled under heatwave conditions on Tuesday with Churu in Rajasthan recording a high of 48 degree Celsius.

1 dead as heatwave rages unabated

1 dead as heatwave rages unabated

Rediff.com2 Jun 2019

The IMD said heatwave conditions are likely to continue over the northern plains, and central and southern parts of the country for two more days and abate gradually.

World Cup Diary: ECB redesigns fans' scorecard

World Cup Diary: ECB redesigns fans' scorecard

Rediff.com16 May 2019

One of the old world charms at any English ground is the printed scorecards that a spectator can buy at the end of day's play or match by paying a pound or two. It is considered to be a souvenir for the fans.

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