Search results for ' Life of the Party'.
Coming Home: President's Patna JourneyRediff.com1 days ago
Four years after he left Bihar to move to Rashtrapati Bhavan, President Ram Nath Kovind returned to Patna to address the inaugural event at the centenary celebration of the Bihar legislative assembly building.
What's Sunny Leone Celebrating?Rediff.com2 days ago
Ishaan shows us his war look...Tiger shoots...
'I will quit only after winning the battle'Rediff.com2 days ago
Speaking with Shekhar Gupta, the Editor-in-Chief and Chairman of The Print, on his Off The Cuff show, the former soldier and two-time chief minister of Punjab Captain Amarinder Singh expressed 'personal' hurt over the way the Gandhis treated him and asked for his resignation.
Don't insult Rahul Gandhi, Yedi tells BJPRediff.com2 days ago
Former chief minister of Karnataka B S Yediyurappa on Wednesday asked his party BJP's State president Nalin Kumar Kateel to refrain from making disparaging remarks against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
'We are very frightened for Aryan now'Rediff.com2 days ago
'Why is Aryan still in jail? Why is he being denied bail?'
Veteran Communist leader and ex-Kerala CM Achuthanandan turns 98Rediff.com2 days ago
Veteran Communist leader and former Chief Minister of Kerala, V S Achuthanandan turned 98 on Wednesday.
Dear Love Guru: We barely have sexRediff.com3 days ago
Relationship problems? Let Love Guru help.
Defeat Pakistan's Strategy To Destabilise J&KRediff.com3 days ago
Terrorism has to be fought at its root of origination. Today we are just removing cobwebs but not killing the spider, asserts counter-insurgency expert Brigadier Narender Kumar (retd).
Cong leader promotes Hindu saint to foster social justice in TNRediff.com3 days ago
In Tamil Nadu, though reformist spiritual giant Sri Ramanujacharya was a crusader against discrimination who nurtured equality almost a millenium ago, the broad canvas of social justice had only an occasional place for him.
China appoints official hit by US sanctions in TibetRediff.com3 days ago
China's ruling Communist Party has appointed Wang Junzheng, sanctioned by the US, Britain, EU and Canada for his alleged role in the human rights violations against Uygur Muslims in Xinjiang, as the head of its party unit in the sensitive Himalayan region of Tibet.
'There seems to be a threat every time it rains'Rediff.com4 days ago
'We have only ourselves to blame.' 'For selfish reasons and greed, we have obstructed many outlets, preventing the water from flowing out, be it rivers, tributaries or small drainage systems.'
When Smita Patil lived Arth in real lifeRediff.com4 days ago
'Films like Arth don't happen again and again. They come once in a lifetime. I was lucky to make it, and I couldn't have done it without Smita and Shabana.'
'Punjab's last resurrection chance': Sidhu writes to SoniaRediff.com5 days ago
The letter to Sonia Gandhi reminded her of the party's 18-point agenda "given to the last chief minister" of Punjab and said that those were "equally relevant today".
Remembering Jaya: Is Sasikala making a political comeback?Rediff.com6 days ago
V K Sasikala, who was eased out of the AIADMK years ago, on Saturday paid homage at the mausoleum of former party supremo J Jayalalithaa here and cryptically remarked that she has 'unburdened' herself and the party has a bright future.
Uthra murder: Husband given double life term for killing wife using cobraRediff.com13 Oct 2021
A sessions court in Kerala on Wednesday awarded double life sentence in the Uthra murder case to the victim's husband for killing his wife using a cobra, saying the crime was 'definitely diabolic, cruel, heinous and dastardly' and committed with 'unparalleled wickedness.'
In its zeal to sell A-I, govt goes slow on othersRediff.com13 Oct 2021
The Centre's push to sell Air India on priority has led to delays in other strategic divestment proposals, such as privatising United India Insurance, as well as ongoing transactions, such as Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) and Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL), revealed multiple officials involved in the process. The Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM) is yet to take new privatisation recommendations of the NITI Aayog to the core group of secretaries on disinvestment (CGD) headed by the Cabinet secretary, said one of the officials. The priority now is to ensure all approvals for Air India are in place since the government intends to hand over the national carrier as early as this month.
'Gandhi was not an advisor to Savarkar'Rediff.com13 Oct 2021
'I am very grateful to Rajnathji that he confirmed the fact that Savarkar was a habitual mercy-seeker from the British.'
Time for Centre-Farmers to reconcileRediff.com12 Oct 2021
Given the worsening security scenario in Kashmir, we cannot afford to have a restive Punjab with its peasantry up in arms against the central government, argues Virendra Kapoor.
Mixed response to Maha bandh, road transport hit, 200 detainedRediff.com12 Oct 2021
Barring stray incidents of violence like stone pelting, the shutdown called by the MVA allies Shiv Sena, the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party was largely peaceful.
Jolt to BJP in U'khand as minister, son join CongressRediff.com12 Oct 2021
Yashpal Arya and his son, along with their supporters, joined the Congress in the presence of senior party leaders Harish Rawat, K C Venugopal and Randeep Surjewala in New Delhi.
Bebo The Beautiful. And Sexy.Rediff.com11 Oct 2021
Kareena Kapoor owned the ramp as the curtains closed on FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week.
NC suffers major jolt in Jammu, two prominent leaders quit partyRediff.com10 Oct 2021
The National Conference suffered a major setback in Jammu as two prominent leaders Devender Rana and Surjit Singh Slathia resigned from the party on Sunday.
Only BJP leaders, their 'billionaire friends' safe in India: PriyankaRediff.com10 Oct 2021
People may belong to any caste and religion, they are not safe, the Congress leader alleged.
Modi is not autocratic, doesn't impose his decisions: ShahRediff.com10 Oct 2021
Shah said that Modi has always maintained that he is in power to change the country for the better and not merely to run the government.
China demands details of where US N-sub struck in SCSRediff.com8 Oct 2021
Expressing grave concern over a US nuclear-powered submarine sustaining damage in the disputed South China Sea, China on Friday demanded Washington to reveal the details and the location of the accident and blamed America's frequent air and naval sorties in the Indo-Pacific to assert the "freedom of navigation" as the "root cause" of the incident.
SC unhappy over false tweet, says media should verify factsRediff.com8 Oct 2021
Expressing displeasure over a tweet posted by a media organisation which falsely claimed that Chief Justice of India N V Ramana had met the kin of victims of Lakhmipur Kheri violence, the Supreme Court on Friday said it respects the media and their independence but this is 'not at all fair.'
'Lakhimpur Kheri will be BJP's Waterloo'Rediff.com7 Oct 2021
'If the minister does not resign, then it will be the darkest incident of Indian democracy where power prevailed over the people.'
CJI-led bench to hear Lakhimpur violence case on Oct 7Rediff.com6 Oct 2021
The Supreme Court has taken cognisance of the Lakhimpur Kheri incident in which eight people were killed in violence during a farmers' protest, with a bench headed by Chief Justice of India N V Ramana scheduled to hear the matter on Thursday.
Sikh community in Lakhimpur Kheri hit hard by violenceRediff.com6 Oct 2021
Largest in area among the 75 UP districts, Lakhimpur Kheri, known for sugarcane cultivation, with nine sugar mills in the district, is home to three or four lakh Sikhs.
Manufacturers using banned articles in green firecrackers, says SCRediff.com6 Oct 2021
The Supreme Court Wednesday said that under the guise of green crackers, banned articles are being used by firecracker manufacturers and reiterated that its earlier order banning joint crackers must be complied with by every state.
Car that ran over farmers is ours, son wasn't in it: MoS MishraRediff.com6 Oct 2021
Mishra said neither he nor his son was present at the spot when the incident happened.
The Secret of M L Khattar's SurvivalRediff.com6 Oct 2021
Haryana's chief minister enjoys Narendra Modi's support and protection and will be in office unless the state sees a massive administrative botch-up.
'When virus is still circulating, older people are more at risk'Rediff.com6 Oct 2021
'We lost our place in being first in the epidemic, when it hit India so hard, but we were actually the epicentre of the epidemic from essentially April 2020, for almost an entire year. We had such high cases. We were the country that had the most mixed response.'
MoS Mishra's son mowed down farmers, opened fire, says FIRRediff.com5 Oct 2021
According to the FIR lodged on a complaint of Jagjit Singh, a native of Bahraich district, the episode was 'premeditated' for which the 'conspiracy was hatched' by the minister and his son.
Vajpayee's private secretary Shakti Sinha passes awayRediff.com5 Oct 2021
According to sources, Sinha was suffering from high blood pressure and was rushed to RK Hospital in IP Extension when he complained of uneasiness.
Lakhimpur: Central forces deployed; Internet services shutRediff.com5 Oct 2021
There was heavy police deployment at most of the crossings in the district, around 150 km from Uttar Pradesh's capital city, Lucknow.
Won't spare those involved in desecration cases: ChanniRediff.com3 Oct 2021
The CM's statement came on a day state Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu once again sought the replacement of Punjab's police chief and advocate general.
Kejriwal appeals to leaders of other parties to not do politics over Chhath PujaRediff.com2 Oct 2021
Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday appealed to rival leaders to "not do politics" over Chhath Puja, even as he asserted that the restrictions imposed on its celebrations at riverbanks and other public places were for the safety of people amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Punjab effect: Cong tells leaders to shut up in publicRediff.com1 Oct 2021
Amid the ongoing crisis within the Congress in Punjab, its national spokesperson Supriya Shrinate on Friday expressed the hope that its leaders "talk more in private and less in public."
No Time to Die reviewRediff.com1 Oct 2021
To be able to bid farewell to Daniel Craig is an emotion all fans of the Bond franchise must experience, feels Aseem Chhabra.