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1996 World Cup propelled ODI revolution: Tendulkar

1996 World Cup propelled ODI revolution: Tendulkar

Rediff.com4 Feb 2022

'Now, we have very different setting including changes in rules with two new balls and the fielding restrictions are very different. But ODI fever started in the 1990s. On-field noticeable changes, early to mid 90s was okay, but from 1996 things changed at rapid pace.'

What does 5G spectrum auction delay mean for India?

What does 5G spectrum auction delay mean for India?

Rediff.com29 Nov 2021

Discussing the prospect of more reform earlier this month, telecom minister Ashwini Vaishnaw announced a delay in the 5G spectrum auction. India's telecom sector regulation has to be benchmarked with the global best, he said. It's another matter that many countries have either introduced or are about to roll out 5G services that will enable cutting-edge tech in diverse areas. For India, too, it will mean a lot for healthcare, robotics and unleashing a new chapter in Digital India perhaps.

Terrorists behind killings of J-K chemist, teachers identified

Terrorists behind killings of J-K chemist, teachers identified

Rediff.com12 Oct 2021

Security agencies on Tuesday identified the terrorists they believed were behind the civilian killings in Srinagar last week, and the attackers included their 25-year-old kingpin Basit Ahmed Dar, a resident of Kulgam in South Kashmir, officials said.

'India have even-money chance of beating England'

'India have even-money chance of beating England'

Rediff.com4 Jul 2021

Former Australian captain, Ian Chappell, one of the game's biggest analysts for many years now, believes India has been well served by fast bowlers such as Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj.

Gavaskar remembers opening partner Chetan Chauhan

Gavaskar remembers opening partner Chetan Chauhan

Rediff.com17 Aug 2020

It's so hard to believe that his laughter and cheerful banter won't be there the next time I go to Delhi.

The man behind these amazing songs

The man behind these amazing songs

Rediff.com1 Jun 2020

Yogesh, who worked across generations with everyone from Amitabh Bachchan and Rajesh Khanna to Amol Palekar and Shah Rukh Khan, passed away on May 29.

Can you watch 309 films in a year?

Can you watch 309 films in a year?

Rediff.com23 Jan 2020

On planes, on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar, Zee5, Hulu, MUBI, Kanopy, film festivals... Aseem Chhabra tell us how he watched 309 films in 365 days.

RS departs from convention in paying tributes to Jaitley, others

RS departs from convention in paying tributes to Jaitley, others

Rediff.com18 Nov 2019

Usually, the chair in the Upper House reads out obituary references before members rise as a mark of respect to the memory of the departed.

Hindi commentators add spice to NBA in India

Hindi commentators add spice to NBA in India

Rediff.com13 Nov 2019

'I never imagined that there would come a day when the NBA game would be seen and heard by Indian fans in their own language.'

The A to Z of Shah Rukh Khan

The A to Z of Shah Rukh Khan

Rediff.com2 Nov 2019

On the actor's 54th birthday on November 2, we write another tome about the boy with big dreams and a regrettable haircut, who defied incredible odds to become one of the most loved actors on the planet.

'Diego Maradona' in Mumbai on Friday

'Diego Maradona' in Mumbai on Friday

Rediff.com3 Oct 2019

Indian-origin British filmmaker Asif Kapadia says he lived with the idea of making a documentary on Diego Maradona for 25 years, since the 1990s when he was a film student and read a book on the legendary footballer.

The curtain falls: Theatre legend Girish Karnad takes a final bow

The curtain falls: Theatre legend Girish Karnad takes a final bow

Rediff.com11 Jun 2019

'With his stature as a playwright and actor, Girish Karnad was one of the voices of modernity for not just Karnataka but the entire country.'

Mahindra, Ford to jointly develop SUVs, electric vehicle

Mahindra, Ford to jointly develop SUVs, electric vehicle

Rediff.com26 Mar 2018

Mahindra group and Ford Motor Co will jointly develop new SUVs and a small electric vehicle as part of several initiatives to take forward their collaboration pact signed last year.

8 journalists who became politicians

8 journalists who became politicians

Rediff.com13 Mar 2018

A list of prominent journalists who also became successful politicians.

'India are in unique position with two wrist spinners'

'India are in unique position with two wrist spinners'

Rediff.com20 Feb 2018

The pair of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav picked 33 wickets in six ODIs as India marched to a historic maiden bilateral 5-1 series win on the South African soil.

A bank without the buck, a bill without teeth

A bank without the buck, a bill without teeth

Rediff.com17 Jan 2018

India borrows ideas that we don't need, like the FRDI Bill, and ignores the ones we need, like rewarding whistleblowers such as the ones who want to save Bombay Mercantile Bank, says Debashis Basu.

Pack your bags! These are the top countries to live in 2018

Pack your bags! These are the top countries to live in 2018

Rediff.com3 Jan 2018

According to a UN report, people live long, healthy lives in these 12 countries.

5 things to do to tackle NPAs

5 things to do to tackle NPAs

Rediff.com18 Oct 2017

For stressed loans, the need is to prevent disruption in cash flows from a systemic perspective, conserving employment and assets in untainted enterprises with the potential for recovery, says Shyam Ponappa.

Nitish recommends CBI probe in scam which RJD alleged involves Sushil Modi

Nitish recommends CBI probe in scam which RJD alleged involves Sushil Modi

Rediff.com17 Aug 2017

RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav demanded the Bihar CM to sack his deputy and lodge a case against him and arrest him.

'The gig economy is going to be the future'

'The gig economy is going to be the future'

Rediff.com20 Jun 2017

'You will see more and more people working independently -- starting beauty parlours, driving cars, etc.' This is what we call the gig economy.' 'The same people who have been laid off in India or are unable to get visas to work in the US may be part of this gig economy.' 'India needs billions of jobs, and it can only be created by self-employment or the gig economy.'

Dangal's real-life hanikarak bapu: Mahavir Singh Phogat

Dangal's real-life hanikarak bapu: Mahavir Singh Phogat

Rediff.com26 Dec 2016

The man who inspired Dangal tells Saurabh Duggal how the quest for an Olympic gold began.

Meet the new faces in Modi's council of ministers

Meet the new faces in Modi's council of ministers

Rediff.com5 Jul 2016

Rediff.com gives you a look at newbies in the Council of Ministers

'Bandhan should not fall for corporate banking'

'Bandhan should not fall for corporate banking'

Rediff.com13 Jun 2016

Tamal Bandyopadhyay discusses his latest book Bandhan: The Making of a Bank at Bandhan headquarters in Kolkata.

Mr Modi and markets: The next 3 years

Mr Modi and markets: The next 3 years

Rediff.com2 May 2016

We remain at the mercy of the global economic climate.

Without me, would Virat go wild with the bat?

Without me, would Virat go wild with the bat?

Rediff.com7 Apr 2016

'My type exists in heaps -- millions really -- cheering, cussing and calculating from the comforts of our living room as if the television screen can magically convey our woe or wisdom to the player.' 'Except without our frantic cheering, irrational logic and infectious gusto, the sport would have half its appeal.' Sukanya Verma on what it is like to be the Indian Cricket Fan.

Like him or dislike him, Lalu is here to stay

Like him or dislike him, Lalu is here to stay

Rediff.com9 Nov 2015

Lalu's return to the political forefront signifies the hold RJD chief exercises over public consciousness.

Tendulkar didn't know how to score 200s, 300s; was stuck in Mumbai school of cricket: Kapil

Tendulkar didn't know how to score 200s, 300s; was stuck in Mumbai school of cricket: Kapil

Rediff.com29 Oct 2015

Former India captain Kapil Dev says the iconic Sachin Tendulkar "did not know how to make double hundreds, triple hundreds and 400 though he had the ability" to scale such peaks and was "stuck in the Mumbai school of cricket".

The A to Z of Shah Rukh Khan

The A to Z of Shah Rukh Khan

Rediff.com27 Oct 2015

Bollywood's Badshah turns 50 on November 2, and it's time to celebrate his life and movies.

Your salary is below market standards? 95% employees agree with you

Your salary is below market standards? 95% employees agree with you

Rediff.com18 Aug 2015

A majority of employees seem dissatisfied with their current salaries, a recent survey conducted by JobBuzz, an employer rating platform powered by TimesJobs, revealed.

India becomes a global hotspot for auto parts

India becomes a global hotspot for auto parts

Rediff.com18 Aug 2015

Mercedes Benz, BMW and Audi have sharply increased their sourcing from India.

Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi: Have a dream for your country and the world

Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi: Have a dream for your country and the world

Rediff.com17 Aug 2015

At the 53rd annual convocation ceremony of the IIT-Bombay, Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi shared stories of his struggle and victories.

Manipur: 18 army men killed, 11 injured in militant ambush

Manipur: 18 army men killed, 11 injured in militant ambush

Rediff.com4 Jun 2015

At least 18 army personnel were killed and 11 injured on Thursday when an insurgent group ambushed their patrol in Chandel district of Manipur.

Want to be Valentino Rossi? Make your dream come true

Want to be Valentino Rossi? Make your dream come true

Rediff.com25 Apr 2015

The California Superbike School, which has trained many MotoGP and WSBK champions in various countries, will train Indian riders now.

India Inc on a clean up drive, to shut loss-making businesses

India Inc on a clean up drive, to shut loss-making businesses

Rediff.com14 Apr 2015

India Inc is either shutting loss making businesses or is hiving off allied verticals to enhance revenues.

'The desire to win is what keeps Paes going'

'The desire to win is what keeps Paes going'

Rediff.com3 Feb 2015

India's former Davis Cup captain Akhtar Ali discusses the secret behind Leander Paes's success with Bikash Mohapatra/Rediff.com.

40 years ago and now: Rasna fights to keep the love affair going

40 years ago and now: Rasna fights to keep the love affair going

Rediff.com15 Jan 2015

Rasna was the ubiquitous soft drink served at home and large gatherings from the late-70s to the early-90s.

With Vistara, a Tata airline is reborn

With Vistara, a Tata airline is reborn

Rediff.com9 Jan 2015

An airline's birth is a result of passion and enterprise, often not without its challenges and ordeals. And, Tata-run airlines are no exception

SBI is the most trusted bank but needs to shift gears for Gen-X

SBI is the most trusted bank but needs to shift gears for Gen-X

Rediff.com29 Dec 2014

SBI had a tough journey in the last 40 years.

Andhra multi-millionaire set to join Modi sarkar

Andhra multi-millionaire set to join Modi sarkar

Rediff.com8 Nov 2014

Industrialist-turned-politician and Telugu Desam Party Rajya Sabha member Yalamanchili Satyanarayana alias 'Sujana' Chowdary will be inducted into the Narendra Modi government in the rank of a Minister of State as part of the Cabinet expansion slated for Sunday.

Amul: Amazing story of India's most successful brand

Amul: Amazing story of India's most successful brand

Rediff.com4 Sep 2014

The creation of the Amul brand and its famous mascot gave a rural revolution a durable competitive edge.

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