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'I could not leave Pavitra Rishta'Rediff.com15 Sep 2021
'Pavitra Rishta is my show.' 'I created that character and it is not easy to let go, especially for someone like me who is so attached to things from the past, to memories and emotions.'
E-bidding for two new IPL teams on October 17Rediff.com14 Sep 2021
The bidding for the two new Indian Premier League teams is set to take place on October 17. Interestingly, while the last day for queries in regards to bidding for the teams is September 21, the bids can be picked till October 5.
Watch Out for Ishan in T20 World Cup!Rediff.com10 Sep 2021
'Ishan is a floater, he can open the innings. He bats regularly in the middle order in domestic cricket and he is brilliant against the spinners. Importantly, it is important to have a left-hander in your team who is explosive, because he can take on the leg-spinners.'
Governor Ravi goes from Nagaland to TN, Lt Gen Singh to U'KhandRediff.com10 Sep 2021
The Centre's interlocutor and retired IPS officer RN Ravi has been shifted from Nagaland to Tamil Nadu as its new governor.
How resurrected DLF is planning its tryst with MumbaiRediff.com1 Sep 2021
In mid-2020, when Kushal Pal Singh, the undisputed king of India's vast real estate market, relinquished the top post at the country's largest realtor, he left behind an empire that is best compared to the Greek myth of the Phoenix. Once the leader of Delhi's organised real estate market, DLF's steep decline in the 1970s and its majestic rise since has often been cited as a business resurrection story. Now, a year after his departure from the helm of affairs, history seems to be repeating itself at the real estate major. In the 1970s, it was the government prohibitions that had forced DLF to venture into uncharted territory; some five decades later, the Delhi-headquartered firm has set its eyes on another growth trajectory that holds immense potential.
Vasu sir was one of best coaches I've worked with: Tendulkar`Rediff.com30 Aug 2021
'He has left us with many memories and moments to smile. I feel that a piece of me has left the world. RIP Vasu Sir.'
Noted Mumbai coach Vasu Paranjape passes awayRediff.com30 Aug 2021
On behalf of the Apex Council members of MCA, all the member clubs as also the cricketing fraternity we condole his demise," secretary Sanjay Naik and joint secretary.
Man protesting bangle seller's arrest has Pak links: GovtRediff.com30 Aug 2021
The Madhya Pradesh government has found "evidence" that shows one of the men arrested in connection with a protest and for spreading inflammatory messages after the bangle seller incident in Indore has links with Pakistan through social media, state home minister Narottam Mishra said on Monday.
Pandemic slows privatisation of train servicesRediff.com26 Aug 2021
Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), the Indian Railways' wholly-owned listed subsidiary, is eyeing partnerships to offset recurring costs incurred in train operations, which is part of its two-year-old diversification from core catering and ticketing businesses. To this end, it is courting public sector undertakings such as Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) and others to create a special purpose vehicle for the routes for which IRCTC has bid. The Railway ministry opened bids for public private partnerships in passenger train operations in July 2021 and received bids to operate 29 pairs of trains with around 40 modern rakes that would entail an investment of Rs 7,200 crore.
Bangle seller who was thrashed in MP arrested on molestation chargesRediff.com25 Aug 2021
Taslim Ali was thrashed in Govind Nagar in Indore on Sunday for using a `fake' name while selling bangles to women in the locality.
4 arrested in Indore for assaulting bangle seller; Hindu outfit stages protestRediff.com24 Aug 2021
The police have so far arrested four persons for allegedly assaulting a bangle seller for apparently using a 'fake' name while selling his goods to women in Govind Nagar of Indore in Madhya Pradesh, an official said on Tuesday.
'Make Muslims feel Insecure'Rediff.com24 Aug 2021
'The marginalised among the Muslim community are facing a particularly tough time.'
Bangle seller who was thrashed by mob in Indore booked for molestationRediff.com24 Aug 2021
The man was beaten up by a mob for allegedly harassing women on the pretext of selling bangles.
Mob beats Indore bangle seller; MP home min says he faked IDRediff.com23 Aug 2021
When asked about the incident, state home minister Narottam Mishra told reporters in Bhopal on Monday that the row erupted after the man sold bangles to women by posing as a Hindu even as he belonged to another community.
Maserati eyes Tier-II, III cities to strengthen presence in IndiaRediff.com8 Aug 2021
Italian carmaker Maserati is targetting India's tier II and III cities, which are proving to be catalysts in spurring demand for super luxury brands, as it looks to strengthen foothold in the country, according to a senior company official. The company, which re-entered India in 2015, has also overhauled its after sales and service support as part of its renewed focus on customer experience. "Maserati has seen a hike in demand in smaller cities although traditionally we enjoyed steady patronage in the metros. "Even though the expansion in terms of physical network presence in these cities depends on our partners," Maserati APAC head Bojan Jankulovski told PTI in an emailed interview.
Discus Olympian Kamalpreet wants to play cricket someday!Rediff.com31 Jul 2021
Kamalpreet Kaur, who finished second in the qualification round in the Olympics women's discus throw on Saturday, says she has 'natural talent' to play cricket as a batsman.
Probing fictitious transactions of Rs 2,200-cr: CBDT on Dainik Bhaskar raidsRediff.com24 Jul 2021
It said the searches that were launched on July 22 in nine cities like Bhopal, Indore, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Noida and some others are "continuing and further investigations are in progress."
Tax raids on Dainik Bhaskar, Bharat Samachar groups critical of Covid careRediff.com23 Jul 2021
The two media groups have been critical of the Covid-19 management in the country and have done numerous news stories on the subject during the second wave of the pandemic that hit the country between April and May.
A Match of Many RecordsRediff.com20 Jul 2021
The first One-Day International between India and Sri Lanka witnessed important milestones being set and new records being made.
Tata, Reliance ready for mother of all battlesRediff.com20 Jul 2021
'The competition between the two is definitely going to be of great interest to the Indian market.'
MSD@40: Dhoni's Awesome JourneyRediff.com7 Jul 2021
As the legend turns 40, we take a look at his journey in cricket and life.
Traders cry foul over stock limit on pulsesRediff.com6 Jul 2021
On a day when several mandis across the country are closed in protest against the recent Centre's decision to impose stringent stock-holding limit on pulses, the government clarified that limits have been defined as retail prices are still higher than last year though there is some moderation in the last few weeks. It said the same logic also holds true for edible oils, the import duties on which was slashed few days back and curbs lifted on import of refined oils. The decision on edible oil and pulses have caused massive resentment among the trading community as it came just ahead of the kharif sowing season, when prices were off their peaks due to multiple steps announced previously. Sources said trading activity in some of the major mandis dealing in pulses such as Sholapur, Amravati and Latur in Maharashtra, Indore and Dewas in Madhya Pradesh along with Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh was impacted as traders went on a flash strike in protest against the decision to impose stock limits.
Juvenile Justice Act gives 'free hand' to delinquents to commit heinous offences: HCRediff.com2 Jul 2021
The conduct of the petitioner clearly reveals that he committed this offence with full consciousness and it cannot be said that it was committed in ignorance, it said.
India's Top Travel Destinations for 2021Rediff.com25 Jun 2021
A significant 69% respondents indicated keen interest to travel in 2021 post ease in restrictions with 18% ready to travel immediately post unlock and 51% within 3-6 months.
UNHEARD Voices from the LockdownRediff.com21 Jun 2021
While those who attended 'Livelihoods in Lockdown' learnt a lot, was anyone from the government listening?
India vs New Zealand: A Report CardRediff.com17 Jun 2021
Before they take the field for the World Test Championship final on Friday, June 18, Rajneesh Gupta takes a look at India-New Zealand Test encounters in the new century.
U'khand tragedy caused by massive rock and ice avalancheRediff.com11 Jun 2021
The study suggests that climate change is contributing to such events happening more frequently, and highlights risks of increasing development projects in fragile environments.
How Blood Donors India Saves Lives!Rediff.com11 Jun 2021
'Our network somehow saves 3,000 lives every year, but there's so much more to do, as every death due to shortage of blood is easily avoidable.'
Rape survivor's father moves SC against bail plea of AsaramRediff.com10 Jun 2021
Apprehending threat to the life of family members, father of the child rape-victim has moved the Supreme Court on Thursday opposing the bail plea of self-styled godman Asaram Bapu.
Man threatens to hijack planes from MP airports, head to PakRediff.com9 Jun 2021
Security has been tightened at the Bhopal airport following the threat call, another official said.
SC seeks Rajasthan's response on Asaram plea for treatmentRediff.com4 Jun 2021
A Jodhpur court, on April 25, 2018, had sentenced Asaram to life in prison after finding him guilty of raping a teenage girl in his ashram in 2013.
Srinivasan's daughter Rupa in 'Conflict of Interest'?Rediff.com3 Jun 2021
Rupa Gurunath, the first woman president of a BCCI affiliated unit, is a full-time Director of India Cements Limited (ICL). She has been found guilty of indirect conflict of interest for ICL's close association with Chennai Super Kings Cricket Limited (CSKCL).
Home sales in Tier II and III cities fall in AprilRediff.com31 May 2021
With the arrival of the second Covid wave in April, the numbers fell by almost 50 per cent.
Why BJP's Bengal debacle was good news for Shivraj ChouhanRediff.com27 May 2021
A BJP victory in the high-octane West Bengal election could have turned the fortunes in rival Kailash Vijayvargiya favour, reports Sandeep Kumar.
Shaw opens up about his ban, calls it 'difficult time'Rediff.com24 May 2021
Shaw dealt with a career hiccup after inadvertently ingesting a prohibited substance, commonly found in cough syrups.
Misuse of steroids is cause of mucormycosis: AIIMS chiefRediff.com15 May 2021
At AIIMS, 23 patients are being treated for this fungal infection. Out of them, 20 are still Covid-19 positive and the rest are negative for Covid. Many states have reported more than 500 cases of mucormycosis, said Guleria.
Bhopal, Indore join cities with Rs 100/litre petrolRediff.com12 May 2021
Petrol and diesel prices on Wednesday were hiked by 25 paise per litre each, the third increase this week, propelling petrol price to cross Rs 100 per litre mark in more cities including Bhopal and Indore. Petrol and diesel prices are now at record high across the country, price notification of state-owned fuel retailers showed. In Delhi, petrol now comes for Rs 92.05 per litre and diesel is priced at Rs 82.61. This was the third increase in prices this week and seventh hike since May 4 when the state-owned oil firms ended an 18-hiatus in rate revision they observed during assembly elections in states like West Bengal.
Do yagna, Covid 3rd wave won't touch India: MP MinRediff.com12 May 2021
India is currently dealing with a devastating second COVID-19 wave that has swept through the nation, crushing the country's health infrastructure and overburdening frontline medical workers.
Petrol above Rs 100 in many districts of MP, Maha & RajRediff.com11 May 2021
Petrol and diesel prices on Tuesday were hiked for the sixth time this month, propelling prices to cross the Rs 100-a-litre-mark in places from Nanded in Maharashtra to Rewa in Madhya Pradesh to Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. Petrol price was hiked by 27 paise a litre and diesel by 30 paise per litre, according to a price notification by state-owned fuel retailers. The increase took petrol and diesel prices to their highest-ever level across the country. In Delhi, petrol now comes for Rs 91.80 per litre and diesel is priced at Rs 82.36.
Umpire Menon pulls out of IPL; Reiffel's exit stalledRediff.com29 Apr 2021
Nitin Menon left the IPL bio-bubble after his wife and mother tested positive for COVID-19.