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YSRC MLA booked for ex-driver's murder, victim's wife demands CBI probeRediff.com1 days ago
Over the last two days, Dalit organisations and the opposition Telugu Desam Party put in sustained pressure calling for the police to arrest the ruling party legislator.
Where is Aishwarya Mishra? Dope testers chase sprinterRediff.com11 May 2022
Maharashtra quarter-miler Aishwarya Mishra is giving a torrid time to authorities as she has "disappeared" after winning a gold in the Federation Cup National Championships, last month.
25 Years Of Bollywood-Style PYAAR-FYAAR!Rediff.com27 Apr 2022
1997: Sukanya Verma offers a recap of its memorable imagery.
A NOT-SO-SENSITIVE Guide to Badhaai DoRediff.com17 Apr 2022
Badhaai Do carries its audience on the wave of those little farces that come with being queer in India, a land where masculinity still has some say, observes Sreehari Nair.
Gadkari's Congress Googly To ModiRediff.com30 Mar 2022
Is anyone in the BJP listening -- to what Nitin Gadkari had to say, but possibly left unsaid? asks N Sathiya Moorthy.
'In 5 days all students will be out of Ukraine'Rediff.com3 Mar 2022
'We are trying to trace them.' 'We feel their phone batteries must have died because they are travelling by road.'
Ukraine Invasion: India's DilemmaRediff.com2 Mar 2022
Whether it liked it or not, the Ukraine crisis forced India to choose between the aggressor Russia and the US-led free world, a decision it hated to make, Virendra Kapoor points out. In the end, it abstained from the vote in the Security Council.
Confusion In The Crypto UniverseRediff.com23 Feb 2022
While the tax treatment does legitimise past crypto transactions, there is a possibility that any, or all, private cryptocurrencies will be banned in future.
Kerala's strategy helped contain Covid first wave: Ex-health ministerRediff.com29 Jan 2022
The former minister said even days before the Centre issued guidelines and protocols in identifying and containing the disease, the state commenced its preparations to fight the possible outbreak of the disease.
Fast-spreading Omicron to test Beijing Winter Games bubbleRediff.com3 Jan 2022
Core to the planning is the rigidly-enforced closed loop that physically separates Games-related personnel from the local population
The Dust Of DevelopmentRediff.com1 Jan 2022
So, what's the problem if our present is screwed up when the future promises to be profitable? It's an Indian habit, notes Shyam G Menon.
The Films that IMPRESSED Shoojit SircarRediff.com30 Dec 2021
Shoojit Sircar picks two Oscar-winning, slice-of-life films which say a lot with the minimum of fuss.
How Covid took devastating turn in 2021Rediff.com29 Dec 2021
A second wave of Covid driven by the Delta variant engulfed the country in May-June bringing the health system to its knees and leaving people gasping for help.
The BEST Indian Films of 2021Rediff.com29 Dec 2021
Aseem Chhabra lists his favourite Indian films of 2021.
Elgar case: Activist Rona Wilson's phone infected with PegasusRediff.com17 Dec 2021
The analysis showed that two backups of the iPhone 6s belonging to Wilson had digital traces showing infection by the Pegasus surveillance tool, which its developer, the Israeli cybersecurity firm NSO Group, has said has been licensed only to government agencies.
17 more Omicron cases detected in India, tally reaches 21Rediff.com5 Dec 2021
Most of those who tested positive either recently arrived from African countries or were in contact with such people.
K'taka probes Covid report of SA national; 10 'untraceable' in BengaluruRediff.com4 Dec 2021
A day after two cases of the new Omicron variant of coronavirus was detected in the state, the Karnataka government on Friday ordered a probe into test reports of the 66-year-old South African national, that allowed him to leave the country.
Maha to issue revised air travel guidelines 'in a couple of days'Rediff.com2 Dec 2021
Tope's comments came a day after the Centre asked the state to align its order with the SOPs issued by the Union health ministry.
6 flyers from 'at-risk' countries admitted to Delhi's LNJP HospitalRediff.com2 Dec 2021
Six Covid-19 cases were reported on Wednesday after screening 3,476 passengers of 11 flights that arrived in India from "at-risk" countries and the samples have been sent for genomic sequencing, the Health Ministry said amid concerns over the 'Omicron' variant of coronavirus.
States begin to reimpose curbs as new variant sparks alertRediff.com29 Nov 2021
Alert to the looming threat from the 'Omicron' variant, states began to re-tighten curbs and urgently trace people who arrived from abroad in the last one month while a demand to not allow flights from the affected countries was made by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.
Satyameva Jayate 2 reviewRediff.com25 Nov 2021
Satyamev Jayate 2 has a dated, circa 1990s script which won't find acceptance with today's generations, observes Syed Firdaus Ashraf.
Delhi riots: Court orders inquiry into police probeRediff.com24 Nov 2021
A Delhi court has ordered the police to investigate whether a deliberate attempt was made to shield five men who were discharged in a February 2020 riots case due to the lack of sufficient evidence.
No protection until Param Bir tells where he is: SCRediff.com18 Nov 2021
'Suppose you are sitting abroad and taking legal recourse through power of attorney then what happens. If that is so then you will come to India if the court rules in your favour, we don't know what you have in mind'
Param Bir declared 'proclaimed offender' in extortion caseRediff.com18 Nov 2021
The crime branch of Mumbai Police, which is probing the case, had sought the proclamation, saying that the Indian Police Service officer could not be traced even after the issuance of a non-bailable warrant against him.
NCB witness Gosavi, accused of extortion, says he will surrender in UPRediff.com25 Oct 2021
Kiran Gosavi, an 'independent witness' of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in the drugs-on-cruise case who is absconding, on Monday refuted the extortion claims made by his aide and another witness in the case, Prabhakar Sail, and said he will surrender shortly before the Lucknow police.
Uttarakhand rain fury leaves 52 people dead, 5 missingRediff.com20 Oct 2021
Landslides blocked roads, many villages went without electricity and the death toll climbed to 52 as authorities on Wednesday faced the aftermath of the rains that had battered Uttarakhand for over two days.
'Popular cinema gives you security in life'Rediff.com18 Oct 2021
'An actor should learn to separate the actor and the character.' 'Me the actor and me the character should never intermingle.'
I insisted Uddhav become CM: Pawar's snipe at FadnavisRediff.com16 Oct 2021
"I thought why not the son of a person who had contributed for Maharashtra should become the CM and I insisted Uddhav Thackeray to become the chief minister. Fadnavis had worked with Uddhav so he knows how Uddhav is. He should stop questioning repeatedly about how Uddhav became CM," the NCP chief said.
How Mithun Dazzled The WorldRediff.com27 Sep 2021
'Mithun has showed Hindi cinema that a tall, dark man with a charming smile and a great physique can take the world on.'
Hyderabad: Accused in minor's rape ends life on rail trackRediff.com16 Sep 2021
The incident happened two days after Telangana Labour Minister Ch Malla Reddy had said that the accused in the case would be caught and that there should be an 'encounter' against him.
Taliban Will Be Around For A Long WhileRediff.com15 Sep 2021
Unless the Taliban goofs up in a big way, which seems highly unlikely, we are looking at a regime that will be around for quite a long while and present a level of governance that the puppets of the richest and most advanced countries failed to provide, predicts Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
IPL-bound CSK, MI players to fly out on SaturdayRediff.com10 Sep 2021
The 14th season of the IPL, which was postponed in May this year in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, will resume on September 19 in Dubai with a blockbuster clash between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians.
Assam boat tragedy: 84 found alive, 2 missingRediff.com9 Sep 2021
One person was confirmed dead after a private boat heading to Majuli sank on Wednesday evening, following a head-on collision with a government-owned ferry near Nimati Ghat in Jorhat district.
How Taliban's funding continued over 20 yearsRediff.com9 Sep 2021
In fact, the Taliban apparently collects about 10 per cent as cultivation tax from opium farmers and 15 per cent as heroin tax from laboratories and smugglers that smuggle narcotics into Pakistan. This, by itself, is a revenue stream estimated at USD 250-300 million.
Afghanistan: America Forsakes Friends, AlliesRediff.com31 Aug 2021
Remember the US withdrawal agreement was signed in February 2020. In the intervening period, a proper evacuation plan ought to have been in place. It was not. Consequently, tens of thousands of Afghans who had worked as interpreters, drivers, suppliers of goods and services, etc, face brutal retribution from the Taliban, Virendra Kapoor points out.
The Chirping EconomistRediff.com27 Aug 2021
'These people jump up and down, excitedly waving their arms about to catch the attention of one political party or the other.' 'This mutant can be very dangerous,' observes T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan.
'Hanuman Garhi temple was built by a Muslim ruler'Rediff.com12 Aug 2021
'He also granted the temple freedom from all taxes and decreed that no one could litigate against it ever.'
Why Delhi is concerned about the TalibanRediff.com7 Aug 2021
India is apprehensive about the Taliban's return as it would mean loss of access to Baluch rebels and help to the restive tribals of Waziristan. This would be a setback to the Indian strategy of returning the compliments of death by a thousand cuts to Pakistan, notes Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).
2 Years On: Uncertainty Over the ValleyRediff.com5 Aug 2021
The political script for pre-2019 politics has gone with the wind and the writers of the new script seem in no great hurry to oblige the tormented, observes Mohammad Sayeed Malik, the distinguished commentator on Kashmir affairs.
'It's a huge honour winning MasterChef'Rediff.com2 Aug 2021
MasterChef Australia Season 13 winner Justin Narayan speaks about his Indian roots.