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The Bravest Of The BraveRediff.com11 May 2022
President Ram Nath Kovind -- supreme commander of India's defence forces -- conveyed the nation's deepest gratitude to bravehearts who had protected the motherland from harm at the Defence Investiture Ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday May 10, 2022.
How UP Women Powered BJP VictoryRediff.com16 Mar 2022
'Economic issues do not matter during elections; it is the emotional connect that helps swing votes.'
'We haven't heard the last about Omicron'Rediff.com31 Dec 2021
'Your body will be able to deal with Omicron at any time, but it depends (on when) if you are vaccinated.'
Sri Lankan national lynched over blasphemy in Pak buried near ColomboRediff.com8 Dec 2021
Sri Lankan national Priyantha Kumara Diyawadana, who was lynched by a mob in Pakistan's Punjab province over allegations of blasphemy last week, was buried according to Buddhist and Catholic rites at Ganemulla, a suburb north of Colombo, on Wednesday.
3 Indians rescued in Afghanistan from area not under Afghan forces controlRediff.com13 Aug 2021
The embassy cited the rescue of the engineers in fresh security advisory while calling upon all Indians in Afghanistan to strictly adhere to the measures advised by it in view of a spike in violence in that country.
'Mucor is very scary'Rediff.com2 Jun 2021
'Mucor is an environmental fungus, and it's much more prevalent in hot and humid areas.' 'The amount of fungus in the air is much higher in India than some other parts of the world.'
Why Kerala is Angry at Shailaja's ExitRediff.com20 May 2021
Personal competence, where it should have been acknowledged and appreciated, was sacrificed for that oft heard line: Party-is-supreme. It angered that at a time when lives are at stake amidst the pandemic, the government didn't deem continuity in leadership important for the health portfolio, observes Shyam G Menon.
'Hindus don't vote according to religion'Rediff.com9 Mar 2021
As their parties are locked in a fierce battle for Bengal, Tathagata and Saugata Roy, siblings who belong to the BJP and the TMC respectively, answer the same questions put to them about the assembly election.
Assam: 'Unemployment is a great danger'Rediff.com27 Feb 2021
'There are more young people in Assam who are unemployed than possibly anywhere else.'
Here's what to WATCH on OTTRediff.com12 Jan 2021
An unlikely romance, a terrible tragedy, a search for a fairy tale, a witch in the making and a legally dead guy fighting to reclaim his life, Sukanya Verma recommends all this on OTT this week.
'The question that will keep haunting us is: 'Why?''Rediff.com14 Jun 2020
'I simply cannot believe that Sushant has taken such a step. He was such a lively boy who inspired others through his zest for life.'
'Sab bhagwan ke haath mein hai'Rediff.com2 Jun 2020
'Our Lockdown Life has a sort of schizophrenic, Dr-Jekyll-and-Mr-Hyde personality about it,' says Vaihayasi Pande Daniel.
Need to be extra careful against COVID-19: PMRediff.com31 May 2020
In his monthly 'Mann ki Baat' broadcast, Modi said all classes of people have suffered during the pandemic but it is the poor who have suffered the worst.
'In six months' time I will come out with a vaccine'Rediff.com12 May 2020
'This is an improved version of BCG that also gives immunity against the coronavirus.'
COVID-19 Warrior: My god keeps a kind eye on meRediff.com27 Apr 2020
'My biggest challenge is to keep motivating my staff to do their best without compromising on their safety even as we all strive to do our best for the patients under our care.'
'Mumbai is doing a good job'Rediff.com15 Apr 2020
'Safest' looks like a phone booth, but is a state-of-the-art mobile COVID-19 testing lab.
Coronavirus: What about the Lab in Wuhan?Rediff.com12 Apr 2020
Why did the Chinese military take over the lab in Wuhan in end January? Did something go wrong? Claude Arpi glances at the mystery surrounding the origin of the coronavirus.
Why Mumbai has scary coronavirus figuresRediff.com7 Apr 2020
'It is a bigger challenge for Mumbai because we have a dense population and people are staying in very, very small rooms.' 'So even if there is one case, then it can spread to you know, four or five people are staying together.'
How the world will change after coronavirusRediff.com23 Mar 2020
'Tens of millions will be working from home for months at a time, which means the smartest brains in business will be focussed on creating more efficient WFH processes,' predicts Devangshu Datta.
8 Indian tourists die due to possible gas leak in Nepal resortRediff.com22 Jan 2020
The deceased -- two couples and four children -- were part of a group of 15 people travelling from Kerala to Pokhara, a popular mountainous tourist destination. They have been identified as Praveen Krishnan Nair, Saranya Sasi, Sreebhadra Praveen, Aarcha Praveen, Abhinav Saranya Nair, Ranjith Kumar Adatholath Punathil, Indu Lakshmi Peethambaran Ragalatha and Vyshnav Ranjith.
Ex-India player V B Chandrasekhar committed suicide over debts: PoliceRediff.com16 Aug 2019
According to a senior police official, VB Chandrasekhar ended his life by hanging himself at his house in Chennai on Thursday evening due to debts.
Jatayu takes flight in Hyderabad temple to prevent rapesRediff.com16 Aug 2019
'Every person is a Jatayu, each one of you can be Jatayu, both men and women,' says temple priest behind the group set up to prevent atrocities on women and young girls.
Top mid-cap stocks to watch out forRediff.com12 Apr 2019
It is advisable to stick to mid-caps with sustainable financial metrics rather than those offering the promise of faster growth.
Goa CM Manohar Parrikar passes awayRediff.com17 Mar 2019
The central government has announced national mourning on Monday.
Guj, Kerala families mourn for loved ones killed in NZ shootingRediff.com17 Mar 2019
A father-son duo killed in the attack hailed from Vadodara and their family back home is shattered.
The IAF hero who did not return and must never be forgottenRediff.com12 Mar 2019
Squadron Leader Ajay Ahuja was tortured and killed after his MiG-21 was shot down and he ejected across the Line of Control during the Kargil War.
'The war has come home to us'Rediff.com19 Feb 2019
'Vibhuti was a braveheart.' 'He always said I cannot stay behind. He always wanted to lead.' A cousin and friend remember Major Dhaundiyal who made the supreme sacrifice for the motherland on Monday.
Air pollution killed over 3,000 Indians every day in 2017, says studyRediff.com6 Dec 2018
Uttar Pradesh, last year, recorded the most 2,60,028 deaths attributable to air pollution, followed by Maharashtra at 1,08,038 and Bihar 96,967, it said.
Teacher's Day: Inspiring lessons from Einstein, Kalam, ObamaRediff.com5 Sep 2018
Let these thought-provoking quotes by famous teachers from across the world inspire you.
Telangana student fatally shot during robbery in USRediff.com8 Jul 2018
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Sunday condoled the death of Koppu and assured all required assistance to his family.
Techie from Telangana found dead in apartment in USRediff.com30 Jan 2018
Chaitanya was working in Cognizant Technologies on a Southeast Airlines project.
Crossword book awards: Karan Johar, Sudha Murty, Sadhguru win big!Rediff.com19 Jan 2018
The country's oldest book awards saw some interesting wins.
Job situation in India is not all that scaryRediff.com17 Jan 2018
7 million jobs will be created in formal sector in FY18
'Ease of starting a business is where work is needed'Rediff.com30 Nov 2017
'India cannot function the Chinese way and the sooner people realise that, the better it will be.'
In the name of the fatherRediff.com4 Aug 2017
Fathers and sons have had a vexed relationship throughout myth, says Arundhuti Dasgupta.
Tata Safari Storme is fun to drive and has immense characterRediff.com26 May 2017
The Tata Safari is an SUV which was the big brash brutish bully of the road in the early 2000s before the Toyota Fortuner snatched that crown. The car's styling still harkens back to the pre-Zest era of Tata Motors but there is still a whole lot more than what meets the eye. Therefore, the people at MotorBeam decided to induct the powerful Varicor 400 variant of the new Tata Safari Storme in their long term fleet to test out whether the big burly beast is still relevant or not.
1,500 locals shifted as Pakistan continues to fire at LoCRediff.com16 May 2017
Pakistan violated the ceasefire for the third consecutive day on Monday by firing small arms on forward posts and four hamlets in Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district.
WTF News! It's Weird, True and FunnyRediff.com11 Apr 2017
Here's a collection of stories that prove we live in a truly mad, mad world.
Why the doctors' strike ended as a bittersweet victoryRediff.com27 Mar 2017
Resident doctors are the engines that run hospitals. For the patient, they are the face, hands, and voice of the hospital.
Indian engineer, shot dead in Kansas cremated in HyderabadRediff.com28 Feb 2017
Kuchibhotla's father Madhusudana Rao lit the funeral pyre at the crematorium in Jubilee Hills.