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When Brad Pitt asked NASA astronaut about Vikram

When Brad Pitt asked NASA astronaut about Vikram

Rediff.com17 Sep 2019

The US astronaut reflected on the importance of international cooperation in space missions like these.

India pay for defensive lapses as Britain secure bronze

India pay for defensive lapses as Britain secure bronze

Rediff.com5 Jul 2015

India's defence crumbled in the bronze medal playoff as they crashed to a 1-5 defeat against Great Britain for a fourth-place finish at the World League Semifinals in Antwerp.

Cameron has made the right noises on India

Cameron has made the right noises on India

Rediff.com30 Jul 2010

The Conservatives have been clear about India being a priority for the UK since David Cameron's visit to India in 2006. This sentiment was reflected in the queen's address to the British parliament last month where she laid out the new government's agenda of working 'to establish a new 'special relationship' with India'. This was significant because no other country, not even the US, was mentioned by name.

The young rule the world!

The young rule the world!

Rediff.com13 May 2010

Grey hair and seniority are no longer criterion to rule countries; the latest in the growing list of young leaders is British Prime Minister David Cameron.

UK heads for 'coalition of the losers'

UK heads for 'coalition of the losers'

Rediff.com10 May 2010

The Tories and Liberal Democrats edged closer to a deal on coalition formation that might result in Conservative Party leader David Cameron enter Downing Street, even as reports emerged that United Kingdom Premier Gordon Brown had launched a last-minute bid to woo kingmaker Nick Clegg. Cameron appeared confident of winning Lib Dem leader Clegg's support after continued negotiations on Sunday night for a belt-tightening economic plan.

Clegg wants Cameron to form UK govt

Clegg wants Cameron to form UK govt

Rediff.com7 May 2010

Opposition Conservative party is now being closely followed by the Labour party, though the former still leads the race in the in the 2010 general elections.