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Meet Nirav Modi's core teamRediff.com22 Apr 2019
The common denominator: They were predominantly Gujarati, mostly male, and either related by blood or very well-known to Nirav.
REVEALED! How Nirav Modi transferred fraudulent fundsRediff.com13 Mar 2019
ED team managed to get several bank statements from Barbados, Dubai, Hong Kong etc. which prove vital overseas link and money trail relating to Nirav Modi and his aides.
Missing Indian-origin student found dead in USRediff.com20 May 2017
Aalaap Narasipura, a senior electrical engineering student at Cornell's College of Engineering was reported missing since Wednesday.
Betzig, Moerner, Hell win 2014 Nobel prize for chemistryRediff.com8 Oct 2014
Two American scientists and one from Germany have won the Nobel prize for chemistry for the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy.
Lamborghini's Indian Limited Edition Gallardo: Luxury redefined!Rediff.com12 Aug 2013
Lamborghini's Indian Limited Edition Gallardo is a super luxury sedan meant for just six wealthy owners.
Want to Study Abroad? Why GRE, TOEFL, IELTS countRediff.com19 Apr 2011
Study Abroad expert Karan Gupta in a chat with Get Ahead reader on April 18 discussed queries like requirements for pursuing ME in automobile engineering in Germany, when to take GRE, TOEFL and IELTS tests, student loans for pursuing studies abroad and a range of other related. Unedited excerpts:
Why the phenomenal Tata Nano has wowed a US university!Rediff.com22 Mar 2011
'The Nano becomes a tool and a metaphor for the future. It will be a tool in the sense that any first car purchase in a country like India opens its owner to imagining their own mobility in and through the mobility of the car. This is a feature and a potential of all first cars in India,' says NYU Prof Arjun Appadurai.
Top 25 US cities for college gradsRediff.com28 May 2010
A recent article in The Daily Beast has rated the 25 best places across the US on nine parameters of import to young grads.
Look out New York, here comes Zakir Hussain!Rediff.com10 Mar 2010
The tabla maestro Zakir Hussain is heading to New York to perform at a Lincoln Center theatre as part of the Zakir Hussain's Masters of Percussion national tour.
Elephants know maths. Read this to believe!Rediff.com22 Aug 2008
Naoko Irie, a researcher of the University of Tokyo in Japan, has revealed that an Asian elephant named Ashya could recognise which of the two buckets was carrying more apples during an experiment.
Men with more wives live longer, says studyRediff.com20 Aug 2008
A study by Virpi Lummaa, an ecologist at the University of Sheffield, UK, says men aged over 60 from 140 countries that practiced polygamy lived on an average 12 per cent longer than monogamous men
All about foreign MBA degrees and financial aidRediff.com26 Feb 2008
International education consultant Karan Gutpa responds to reader emails about various aspects of studying abroad.
Doctor. Writer. Musician. Hero.Rediff.com10 Oct 2007
Dimple Bhatt graduated with a joint MD-PhD degree and will soon begin his residency in neurology and psychiatry. Which would be impressive even if you didn't know that Bhatt, who is wheelchair bound, has also sold a book, two screenplays, gained a position on the US Paralympic fencing team and recorded a music album!
Indian American wins chemical industry medalRediff.com9 Jan 2007
Indian American, Raj L Gupta, chairman, president and CEO of Rohm and Haas Company has been chosen for the chemical industry's most prestigious honour - the 2007 Chemical Industry Medal, by the Society of Chemical Industry.
Want an MBA abroad? Get work experienceRediff.com28 Dec 2006
Good MBA schools abroad require you to have some amount of work experience, says international education expert Karan Gupta.
Should you do a second MBA abroad?Rediff.com28 Dec 2006
Studying abroad has never been easier. If you feel you should top your MBA with another MBA abroad, read on.
How to choose your overseas MBA programmeRediff.com19 Oct 2006
Is getting a BA abroad a good idea?Rediff.com8 Sep 2006
Education expert Karan Gupta chats with GA readers about opportunities abroad.
Study Abroad: How good are online degrees?Rediff.com8 Sep 2006
Education expert Karan Gupta answers queries about online degrees and a lot more.
Want to be the next Karan Johar?Rediff.com28 Aug 2006
Best US schools: MS in computersRediff.com1 Aug 2006
Overseas education counsellor Karan Gupta recommends tips for those who want to study abroad.
Want a foreign MBA degree?Rediff.com13 Jun 2006
Here's what overseas education counsellor Karan Gupta who chatted with Get Ahead readers had to say.
Want a job in the US?Rediff.com13 Jun 2006
Overseas education counsellor Karan Gupta who chatted with Get Ahead readers advises.