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Are Artificial Diamonds the Future?Rediff.com2 Sep 2021
Don't expect the synthetic stones to surpass natural ones anytime soon because the world's biggest miners of diamonds aren't looking to get into man-made diamonds.
Hurriyat moderates, hardliners to be banned under UAPARediff.com22 Aug 2021
Officials said both the factions of the Hurriyat are likely to be banned under Section 3(1) of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, or the UAPA, under which "if the Central Government is of opinion that any association is, or has become, an unlawful association, it may, by notification in the Official Gazette, declare such association to be unlawful."
Tokyo Games: SUPER Pix!Rediff.com8 Aug 2021
Action from the 2020 Olympics.
Olympics: USA's Torres dedicates win to immigrant parentsRediff.com7 Aug 2021
'My mom and dad were like, 'You see, Ariel, don't let money stop you. You find a way, we find a way, and that sacrifice will be the difference between you and other people'.'
Italy "keeps on dreaming" after record medal haul in TokyoRediff.com7 Aug 2021
Italians across the country hailed a great summer, during which they also won the European soccer championship and the Eurovision song contest.
Tokyo Games: EXTRAORDINARY Pix!Rediff.com6 Aug 2021
Scenes from the 2020 Olympics.
Tokyo Games: ELECTRIFYING Pix!Rediff.com6 Aug 2021
Scenes from the 2020 Olympics.
Tokyo Games: MIND-BOGGLING Pix!Rediff.com5 Aug 2021
Scenes from the 2020 Olympics.
Indo-US N-deal: Left parties say Gokhale's claim of Chinese influenceRediff.com3 Aug 2021
Gokhale has said that China used its "close connections" with the Left parties in India to "build domestic opposition" to the Indo-US nuclear deal.
When Delhi cops wish happy birthdayRediff.com4 Jun 2021
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The Gouri Amma I KnewRediff.com12 May 2021
She was capable of a level of human compassion that is rare today among politicians, recalls Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar, who knew the Communist legend K R Gowri, who passed into the ages on May 11, from his childhood.
Top UPI players stare at uncertain futureRediff.com20 Apr 2021
'How can we be told not to grow?'
'For Modi, workers and farmers are terrorists'Rediff.com29 Mar 2021
'The regime -- and particularly the home ministry under Amit Shah -- have sought to suppress and destroy these struggles through intimidation, bullying, threats, through false cases, arrests, custodial torture, the use of draconian laws like the UAPA.'
'Pinarayi Vijayan has been the target of the most vicious personal attacks'Rediff.com29 Mar 2021
'During Amit Shah's recent visit to Kerala, the strategy of concentrating the attacks on the CM on false charges was clear enough.'
Didn't ask rape accused to marry victim: CJIRediff.com8 Mar 2021
Several women's rights activists, eminent citizens, intellectuals, writers and artistes had also penned an open letter to the chief justice demanding an apology and retraction of the remarks.
CJI's 'will you marry her' query was based on judicial records: OfficialRediff.com3 Mar 2021
The Supreme Court's query asking a rape accused whether he would marry the victim was based on 'judicial records' containing an undertaking of the man that he would marry the minor girl, a relative, after she attains 18 years of age, it was stated on Wednesday.
What's HOT on the OTT menu?Rediff.com5 Jan 2021
A witch in confrontation mode, a courtroom drama full of twists and turns, Bruce Lee's final and Denis Villeneuve's first, Sukanya Verma recommends this and more on OTT this week.
PICS: India trounce Australia in second Test to level seriesRediff.com29 Dec 2020
Images from Day 4 of the second Test between Australia and India, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, on Tuesday.
What are the 4 new sports to win Paris Olympic spotRediff.com7 Dec 2020
Paris Games organisers have said they want to deliver a programme that is in keeping with the times and will attract a new and younger audience.
Rajinikanth says decision on entry to politics 'soon'Rediff.com30 Nov 2020
In July, Karate Thiagarajan, former deputy mayor of Chennai and close aide of Rajinikanth, had revealed that the actor will launch his party in November, this year.
'Woman with self-respect will die if raped': Kerala Cong chief's shockerRediff.com2 Nov 2020
"One can understand when a woman is raped once. But what if she repeatedly says it. A woman with self respect will either die by suicide after she is raped or try not to be sexually assaulted again."
SC calls Hathras case 'horrible', seeks report on witness protectionRediff.com6 Oct 2020
In an affidavit filed in response to a PIL, which has been listed for hearing before a bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde, the state government said it is important that the investigation is carried out by an independent central agency.
Left leaders meet family of Hathras victimRediff.com6 Oct 2020
A joint delegation of the Communist Party of India-Marxist and the Communist Party of India on Tuesday met the family members of the Dalit woman who was allegedly gangraped and killed in Hathras, and demanded an independent judicial enquiry into the matter.
Bhim Army chief, Kejri join massive protest at Jantar Mantar over HathrasRediff.com2 Oct 2020
A massive protest erupted in Delhi on Friday evening as a number of civil society activists, students, women and political leaders gathered at Jantar Mantar against the alleged gang rape and death of a young woman in Hathras district and the Uttar Pradesh government's response to it.
10 OTT Shows To WatchRediff.com1 Sep 2020
Sukanya Verma brings the latest action on OTT platforms this week.
Plea seeking FIR against Anurag Thakur, Parvesh Verma dismissedRediff.com26 Aug 2020
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vishal Pahuja rejected the application saying requisite sanction from the competent authority, the central government, was not obtained which was required under the law.
Don't be a Google parent! 12 healthy tips for youRediff.com26 Aug 2020
Children will fall and rise again; that is what life is all about, says Virender Kapoor.
Shocking! Abuse of child athletes in JapanRediff.com20 Jul 2020
The 67-page report released on Monday titled "I Was Hit So Many Times I Can't Count" looks at Japan's history of physical punishment in sport and includes first-hand accounts from athletes.
PHOTOS: Inside world's first gold-plated hotel in VietnamRediff.com6 Jul 2020
Do you love gold? Then this five-star hotel in Vietnam is just for you. Welcome to the Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel in Vietnam, which opened its doors on July 2. Here's a glimpse inside the shiny structure!
Tension heats up in IOARediff.com4 Jul 2020
Batra's legal team says Bharat Sharma's allegations 'completely baseless, false and untenable'
'Indian Olympic Association infighting should stop'Rediff.com30 Jun 2020
A day after president Narinder Batra called for truce among the warring factions of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA), Secretary General Rajeev Mehta also spoke in the same vein wanting to end the acrimony which he feels is hurting Indian sports.
The Cult of Mithun ChakrabortyRediff.com16 Jun 2020
National-award winning actor, producer, hotelier, ex-politician, cricket team owner, philanthropist, highest tax payer, reality show judge, animal lover and, above all, people's hero -- Mithun is truly a force of nature, says Sukanya Verma.
SEE: Check what Champion Manu is learning to doRediff.com12 Jun 2020
COVID-19 and the lockdown has not dampened Manu Bhaker's spirit.
Rahane says safety of fans important, ready to play IPL in empty stadiumsRediff.com29 Apr 2020
'All of us have played domestic cricket in almost empty stadiums, so that's an experience all cricketers are used to'.
Will Karate Combat prove to be a hit with fans?Rediff.com23 Apr 2020
Karate Combat, a league devoted to showcasing the ancient martial art, said it is hoping to take advantage of the stalled sports calendar to premiere its prerecorded second season, which blends real fighting with video game settings. The full-contact league believes it is sitting on a valuable commodity that can attract viewers, especially the highly-prized younger demographic, at a time when COVID-19 has put the brakes on live sporting events around the world.
Delhi riots: HC seeks response on making list of arrested publicRediff.com6 Mar 2020
A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar issued notice to the Delhi government and the police on Karat's plea which has sought that a list of the arrested persons be put up outside the police control room and police stations in the district, and should updated on a case-by-case basis.
HC lists pleas on Delhi riots, hate speeches for March 12Rediff.com6 Mar 2020
The pleas also include a separate petition alleging hate speeches by other political figures including Congress party's Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.
Decide on FIRs against Mishra, others by Thursday: HC to policeRediff.com26 Feb 2020
The apex court lashed out at the law enforcing agencies for allowing the 'instigators of violence' to get away and said they should act as per law without waiting for somebody's nod.
Pet pics: The German Spitz who loves eating fruitsRediff.com22 Feb 2020
Rediff readers share pics of their pets.
Rani Rampal is 'World Games Athlete of the Year'Rediff.com30 Jan 2020
With an impressive number of votes, 199,477, Rani Rampal was a clear winner of the Athlete of the Year race. Sports fans all over the world voted for their favourite during 20 days of polling in January. Over 705,610 votes were cast during the poll.