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India, Bangladesh can revive Bay of Bengal dynamism

India, Bangladesh can revive Bay of Bengal dynamism

Rediff.com26 Mar 2021

The South Asian nations could script a new history of cooperation and prosperity that could serve as an example for other nations, notes Dr Rahul Mishra.

FDI flows into India could almost triple to $126 billion by 2025

FDI flows into India could almost triple to $126 billion by 2025

Rediff.com3 Oct 2017

Why India is an FDI magnet. The country satisfies several reconditions to attract FDI.

People we love at Lakme Fashion Week: Siddharth Rawal

People we love at Lakme Fashion Week: Siddharth Rawal

Rediff.com5 Mar 2010

Here's a look at off-ramp styles at the Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai.

A few things you rarely see in India anymore

A few things you rarely see in India anymore

Rediff.com28 Aug 2009

Here are a few things you rarely see in our country anymore, some of them exclusively Indian.

Never thought I would come this far: milestone-man Bhutia

Never thought I would come this far: milestone-man Bhutia

Rediff.com23 Aug 2009

He never thought he would come this far but Baichung Bhutia on Sunday became the first Indian footballer to play in 100 international matches, leading the side against Kyrgyzstan in the crucial round-robin match of the Nehru Cup in New Delhi. Born at a sleepy but enchanting Sikkim hamlet of Tinkitam, Bhutia has come a long way from playing his first international match as a 19-year-old.

'The person behind the camera is the most kamina'

'The person behind the camera is the most kamina'

Rediff.com17 Aug 2009

Vishal Bhardwaj on directing Kaminey.

When India lost 6 lakh jobs in 4 months!

When India lost 6 lakh jobs in 4 months!

Rediff.com2 Jul 2009

More than 600,000 Indians, many employed in the gems and jewellery sector, lost jobs in just four months from October 2008 as the impact of the global economic crisis hit the country's shores.

'My husband is lewd and disrespectful with female family members'

'My husband is lewd and disrespectful with female family members'

Rediff.com19 Jun 2009

Is your love life under pressure? Are you troubled by your relationship? Get Ahead's Love Guru hosted a chat with readers on June 18 to help them deal with love problems. For those of you who missed it, here's the transcript.

The world's most beautiful diamonds

The world's most beautiful diamonds

Rediff.com15 Jun 2009

Some diamonds have a fascinating history. Others, of course, are just beautiful because they are too young to have yet developed a history.

Strengths and weaknesses of women contenders in Paris

Strengths and weaknesses of women contenders in Paris

Rediff.com22 May 2009

A brief look at the strengths and weaknesses of the leading contenders for the women's title at the French Open which begins on Sunday.

Why some Mumbai voters could not vote

Why some Mumbai voters could not vote

Rediff.com30 Apr 2009

It was not the heat but errors in the voters list that may have stopped some voters from casting their votes in Mumbai.

Visiting the temple cities of Tamil Nadu

Visiting the temple cities of Tamil Nadu

Rediff.com18 Feb 2008

A profusion of religious architecture spreads over an ancient agrarian landscape in Tamil Nadu, the deep south of India. Guy Trebay takes it in.

GnanaDev wins AMA's Pride in Profession Award

GnanaDev wins AMA's Pride in Profession Award

Rediff.com1 Mar 2007

"Dr GnanaDev's impact on the care of (patients) is immense," said San Bernardino County Medical Society President Dr Manmohan Nayyar, who nominated GnanaDev for the award.

Lakshmi Mittal's $19-billion year!

Lakshmi Mittal's $19-billion year!

Rediff.com11 Mar 2005

L N Mittal: The king of steel

L N Mittal: The king of steel

Rediff.com27 Sep 2003