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PIX: Man City survive Leicester rally; Spurs scoreRediff.com27 Dec 2021
Images from Sunday's Premier League action.
Indian Navy to enhance surveillance capability, acquire new-age techRediff.com21 Nov 2021
The Indian Navy plans to acquire a sizeable number of unmanned aerial and underwater platforms in the next few years to significantly ramp up its surveillance capability in the backdrop of China's increasing forays into the Indian Ocean region, people familiar with the development said on Sunday.
What Did Modi's Washington Visit Achieve?Rediff.com25 Sep 2021
The only thing that may salvage Narendra Modi's trip to the US is his meetings with CEOs, such as those of Blackstone, First Solar, Qualcomm, Adobe, and General Atomics, asserts Rajeev Srinivasan.
Beware of SERIAL KILLERS!Rediff.com9 Sep 2021
Joginder Tuteja looks at just how much audiences have loved Bollywood's serial killers.
25 BREATHTAKING FRAMES of AsokaRediff.com14 Sep 2021
Asoka still makes for irresistible viewing, raves Sukanya Verma, and tells us why.
Are the Serial Kisser's Thrillers Loved?Rediff.com26 Aug 2021
Are Emraan Hashmi's thrillers popular?
What's HOT on OTT this weekRediff.com1 Dec 2020
A demon-hunting spirit takes possession of a frail teenager, an up, close and portentous encounter in the cocaine trade, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri's Neelam connection, a 21-year-old Kurdish cop understanding the mechanics of war, Gena Rowlands setting the benchmark for badassery -- Sukanya Verma brings all this and more on the OTT scene this week.
16 shows to watch during the lockdownRediff.com19 Apr 2020
Nikita Puri lists the best shows and films to watch online as you ace social distancing.
When Ragini got cold feet and goosebumpsRediff.com27 Aug 2019
'My director has put the ugliest face of a crime on screen.'
Indian Navy acquires new strike abilityRediff.com18 May 2019
Two navy destroyers, the INS Kochi and INS Chennai, fired MR-SAMs simultaneously at two simulated incoming missiles.
The winners of the LUMIX People's Choice AwardRediff.com13 Feb 2019
After several rounds of voting, the results are in. The LUMIX People's Choice Award goes to David Lloyd for his amazing photograph of two lions greeting each other and rubbing their faces for 30 seconds. The 2018 competition attracted over 45,000 entries from professionals and amateurs across 95 countries. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the Natural History Museum's annual showcase of the world's best nature photography and photojournalism. Seen by millions of people all over the world, the images celebrate the astonishing diversity of life on earth, whilst challenging us to address the big questions facing our planet.
The game is on and India is way behindRediff.com7 Apr 2018
UAVs are an intrinsic part of today's technology driven battlefield. Indians don't seem to be taking the challenge with the degree of urgency that is required, says Brigadier S K Chatterji (retd).
The BEST FOREIGN Films of 2017Rediff.com31 Dec 2017
Aseem Chhabra gives us the top films that enriched his year.
Will these films win an Oscar?Rediff.com28 Sep 2017
Aseem Chhabra lists the top 10 films at the recent Toronto International Film Festival.
This deadly Chinese drone could be an export hitRediff.com1 Mar 2017
China's latest combat drone which made its maiden flight this week could become the biggest export item for the Communist giant as it is comparable to the US' Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle, a top official has said.
How Sindhu changed into the 'Dragon Slayer'Rediff.com15 Dec 2016
Once labelled mild and fragile, P V Sindhu has undergone an astounding transformation at Pullela Gopichand Academy - a mix and match of different exercises, on-court training and yoga that make up Sindhu's days, most of which begin with her starting practice at 4:15 am -- that is helping her slay the world's best, writes Nikita Puri
The Critic Versus The Fanboy: Debating Batman vs SupermanRediff.com4 Apr 2016
Raja Sen hated Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice and debates his reasons with Satyajit Chetri, who totally loved it.
'I'm intrigued by Fan'Rediff.com5 Jan 2016
'Maneesh Sharma's Fan should be good. It will have Shah Rukh doing something entirely different from what he has been doing recently.'
No time for reading? Read 5 best-selling books in a condensed formRediff.com7 Aug 2015
10 remarkably SEXY films to watch this Valentine's Day!Rediff.com13 Feb 2015
Skip Fifty Shades of Grey. Watch these well-made films recommended by Aseem Chhabra.
10 remarkably SEXY films to watch this Valentine's Day!Rediff.com13 Feb 2015
Top 10: The greatest music festivals in the worldRediff.com30 Nov 2014
From the UK to Poland, each of these festivals attract the best of crowds. Have you booked your tickets yet?
Women's WC: David vs Goliath as Australia take on SLRediff.com9 Feb 2013
Unbeaten so far, a formidable Australia will take on giant-killers Sri Lanka in what could turn out to be an interesting Super Six clash of the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup in Mumbai on Sunday.
Meet the dosa hunters of Bangalore!Rediff.com11 Dec 2012
Three friends in Bangalore have embarked on an unusual quest for the best dosa in the city. Indulekha Aravind of Business Standard joins them in their search.
Have you watched these great DVDs?Rediff.com16 Jun 2011
The Blu-ray editions of True Grit, Platoon and Usual Suspects are a must watch.
2011 Razzies shortlist announcedRediff.com7 Jan 2011
Get your lowdown on what's happening in Hollywood, right here!
Veerappan killer to Naxal hunter, CRPF boss speaksRediff.com8 Oct 2010
He had vowed to shave off his head the day he killed the notorious forest brigand Veerappan. On October 18, 2004, when he appeared before the media and announced the death of the dreaded sandalwood smuggler, he became a hero in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.Today, K Vijay Kumar is the Director General of the elite Central Reserve Police Force, which faces the task of combating the Naxal menace.
Beware of these vampire slayers!Rediff.com29 Jul 2010
While Eclipse hits theatres, here's a look at much more fascinating vampire slayers.
Vettaikkaran's music is for Vijay fans onlyRediff.com1 Oct 2009
Vijay Antony has fulfilled every pre-requisite of a Vijay movie.
Sinking billions into nuclear weaponsRediff.com3 Aug 2009
'India has so far spent Rs 30,000 crores on the ATV, with virtually no side benefits. This equals the entire budget of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act last year, which generated 45 million person days of employment.'
The 9 starkids of '09Rediff.com11 Jun 2009
Here's a look at the celebrity bachchas.
Manufacturing industries affected by global crisisRediff.com10 Jun 2009
The micro engineering industries in Tamil Nadu have been affected by the ongoing global economic meltdown.
Hollywood's hottest girlsRediff.com2 Jun 2009
A look at some truly sizzling women who haven't even hit 25 yet.
India plans to build futuristic tanksRediff.com22 Jul 2008
The plans for going in for such smart tanks and infantry combat vehicles were unveiled on Tuesday at an international seminar on future MBTs, which was attended by the Defence Minister A K Antony and Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor.
India, Russia plan joint development of tankRediff.com21 Jul 2008
Buoyed by the remarkable success of the supersonic BrahMos cruise missiles, India and Russia are now mulling the joint development of a futuristic 'smart' battle tank, featuring higher speed and better firepower. "We put forward this idea (of developing the tank) at the turn of the 21st century. The Indian side has now come up with a similar proposal," Nikolai Malykh, director general of Russia's biggest tank producer Uralvagonzavod, said.
There's less killing in Iraq, but more concealmentRediff.com17 Dec 2007
They are no longer boldly advertising their slaughters or leaving bodies in the plain view. About 600 Iraqi civilians were killed this November against 3000 in December 2006 -- a sharp decline.
How Tata Chem is giving sharks a futureRediff.com23 Oct 2007
Takes to the sea to save whale sharks off the Gujarat coast from being hunted to extinction.
English errors: More help with homonymsRediff.com13 Aug 2007
Homonyms can be a hassle. Today, we look at more common errors made when words look and sound the same, but have completely different meanings!
Navy to get submarine assembly lineRediff.com16 Feb 2007
However, the navy remains tightlipped about progress of a proposal to acquire two Russian Akula (Bars) class type 971 Nuclear powered submarines, as part of India's nuclear deterrent based on sea, land and air platforms.
Agni-3 to get a second chance in 2007Rediff.com28 Dec 2006
The failure of the Agni-III was a major dampner to defence scientists as it came even as Pakistan went ahead with a series of successful missile tests of its clandestinely acquired Hatf, Gauri and Shaheen range of missiles in 2006.