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World leaders thank India for Covid vaccine shipments to combat pandemicRediff.com29 Sep 2021
World leaders thanked India for its help and support in combating the coronavirus pandemic through "early and meaningful" shipments of COVID-19 vaccine doses, as they addressed the high-level UN General Assembly session this year.
What Mamata can learn from this actorRediff.com17 Apr 2021
'The power of love is the greatest power in the world.' 'Add a smile and you can conquer the world,' Bengali actor June Maliah, the Trinamool Congress's candidate for the Medinipur constituency, tells Swarupa Dutt/Rediff.com.
Why LIC buying 30% of IDBI Bank is bad newsRediff.com4 Jul 2018
'LIC's proposed investment will come out of what is technically called the 'policyholders funds'.' 'As the name implies, these monies belong to policyholders; that is, you, me and 25 crore others who have taken a total of 30 crore policies from LIC.' 'It is not the government's or LIC's money to play poker with,' says S Muralidharan, former managing director, BNP Paribas.
Why privacy is important and all need itRediff.com4 Oct 2017
Privacy allows people a space where they can refuse to conform. And it is in that space where liberty flourishes.
Right to privacy: A citizen's inheritanceRediff.com14 Sep 2017
One of the crucial features of the right to privacy judgment is the understanding that democracy is founded on pluralism and diversity, and pluralism and diversity begin in the mind, says Gautam Bhatia.
We are products of the makers of designer foodRediff.com2 Nov 2016
Now we need to fight back to reclaim our food and our habits. The only way to do so is to rediscover food as pleasure and be thrilled, not just by its smells and tastes, but also by the knowledge it embodies, says Sunita Narain.
Key posts vacant at Centre, few takersRediff.com13 Jun 2016
In 2016, the Centre has been able to get only seven IAS officers from all states so far.
Amnesty criticises India for 'intensified crackdown on freedoms'Rediff.com24 Feb 2016
Indian authorities failed to "prevent many incidents of religious violence and contributed to tensions through polarising speeches", Amnesty International said.
What the Raksha Mantri needs to urgently doRediff.com10 Nov 2014
'It is imperative to restore the dignity and authority of the services chiefs. Erosion of this has resulted in lowering of service efficiency. It is also time to end the practice of taking seniority as the sole criterion for appointing chiefs.'
How to find your ghost (and keep it!)Rediff.com30 Oct 2014
Want to get your spook on this Halloween? Just follow these rules.
60 years on: Unforgiving legacy of the Panchsheel AgreementRediff.com29 Apr 2014
It is a dark legacy bequeathed by Nehru to India. In its DNA lies the subconscious fount of India's schizophrenic geopolitics that forsook in one sweep all its historically-entrenched strategic interests in Tibet in favour of China, says R N Ravi, on the 60th anniversary of the Panchsheel Agreement.
Review: Nothing scary about Darr @ The MallRediff.com21 Feb 2014
Darr @ The Mall might be an absolute failure in the horror genre but as a revenge drama, it is refreshingly simple and does manage to pull a few heartstrings at the end of the day.
Why the army should not be glued to counter-insurgencyRediff.com8 Mar 2013
The equation between the army and its countrymen in a democratic country should be one of mutual pride and implicit trust. Protracted deployment of the army on the home-turf tends to skew the equation. The people tend to perceive it as the occupation-army, says R N Ravi.
Review: Cocktail is let down by its inane plotRediff.com13 Jul 2012
Cocktail has a handful of moments and a few genuine sparks, but finally crashes and burns so spectacularly that it's hard to focus on the positives, writes Raja Sen.
Indians among 'top 10 undocumented populations in US'Rediff.com18 May 2012
Immigration and racial profiling are the burning issues for Indian Americans and the broader South Asian American community, said Deepa Iyer, executive director, South Asian Americans Leading Together, and chair, National Council of Asian Pacific Americans.
'India and the US may never be allies'Rediff.com7 Jul 2011
In an exclusive interview, Strobe Talbott, a key protagonist in resurrecting the United States-India relationship after India's nuclear tests in May 1998, talks about the US-India relations, Iran and the Pakistan situation to Rediff.com's Aziz Haniffa.
US slaps sanctions against LeT front organisationRediff.com25 Nov 2010
United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in concert with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday amended the foreign terrorist organisation designation of the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Tayiba in order to include one of the terror group's front organisation and a charitable arm of it as part of the FTO designation too.
Information, the new currency, under threatRediff.com12 Oct 2010
The threat landscape today was evolving rapidly. Until recently, attackers were looking for the fame associated with widepread attacks that brought down large parts of the internet infrastucture and grabbed headlines.
Column: Time to get our fiscal act togetherRediff.com4 Nov 2009
India's political and economic business cycles enter fiscal correction phase
EQ is the key to successful investingRediff.com29 May 2009
Roiling emotions are the drivers at market extremes and those who can keep their emotions in check end up winners
'Corruption is a violation of human rights'Rediff.com24 Nov 2008
Legal and judicial measures for deterring corruption are only a part of the solution. The long-term solution lies in the realm of education at all levels.
Pride and precedenceRediff.com13 Oct 2008
The Pay Commission has come up with its own formulations over pay and precedence. While it had the authority to look into matters of pay, it did not have the licence to tamper with precedence. And by doing what it has done, it has ensured that the carefully worked out counter-insurgency mechanism stands on the verge of collapsing. The primacy accorded to the army vis--vis police, state and central, is being systematically being whittled away
The war of India's Independence -- in AmericaRediff.com6 Mar 2008
A year before Mahatma Gandhi's return from South Africa to India, a cry for India's freedom was heard from the shores of the Pacific Ocean.