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Are Orgasms Reserved Mostly For Men?Rediff.com4 hours ago
'Desire is a strange thing.' 'It wells up uninvited and goes missing when most needed.'
Indian-American student put in headlock in Texas school, gets suspended for 3 daysRediff.com1 days ago
An Indian-American boy was held in a chokehold and allegedly bullied by a white student in a school in the US state of Texas, according to a media report.
Buzzing Manesar hub goes silent in powerless summerRediff.com3 days ago
The intensity of power crisis this season has hit a new high with average coal stock dipping to less than eight days. The first of a pan-Indian series, based on a ground report, shows how the Manesar industrial hub is coping with the challenge. As the scorching heat wave and the lengthy power cuts intensify in Haryana, the usually bustling labour chowk of the Industrial Model Township (IMT) of Manesar wears a deserted look.
ASK ANU: 'He blamed me for losing her'Rediff.com3 days ago
In this weekly self-help series, mental health and life coach Anu Krishna tells you how to take control of your life.
Mundka fire: 29 still missing; death toll likely to riseRediff.com4 days ago
The fire department said the four-storey building, which did not have a fire safety certificate, had a single entry and exit point.
Delhi fire: Relatives of victims throng hospital looking for loved onesRediff.com5 days ago
The distraught relatives of the victims of a fire incident in a commercial building at Delhi's Mundka thronged the Sanjay Gandhi Hospital on Friday night looking for their family members.
Man kills sister's husband over inter-faith marriage in HyderabadRediff.com5 May 2022
A 25 year-old Hindu man was brutally killed in broad public view in Hyderabad by his Muslim brother-in law and another person in a case of suspected "honour-killing," with the incident sending shock waves after the gory murder that was caught on camera went viral.
Omicron: Beijing shuts metro stations, schools; to test 21 mn people dailyRediff.com4 May 2022
Beijing reported 53 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, taking the total to over 500 cases as the capital continues enforcing strict anti-virus measures and postponed school reopening for a week as a precautionary measure.
MP: 9 held for beating 2 tribals to death over cow slaughter suspicionRediff.com4 May 2022
The police have arrested nine persons in connection with the death of two tribal men who were allegedly assaulted by a group of people over suspicion of cow slaughter in Madhya Pradesh's Seoni district, an official said on Wednesday.
Yogi meets mother for 1st time since becoming CMRediff.com4 May 2022
Adityanath visited his village for the first time in several years to attend any family function there.
Delhi airport displaced Dubai as world's second busiest in MarchRediff.com3 May 2022
Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, India's largest, emerged as the second busiest airport in the world in March, displacing Dubai Airport and trailing only Atlanta in the pecking order, according to OAG, a global travel data provider. Its flight to the second position was the result of a strong recovery in the domestic aviation market. The government's decision to reopen international flights last month also helped increase traffic flow.
Usha Chadaga earned a PhD at 75Rediff.com2 May 2022
'You can do anything after retirement. You have to pursue it. You have to take it up as a challenge.'
Farhan, Shibani Out On A DateRediff.com2 May 2022
Pradeep Bandekar spotted Sanjay Kapoor and family, Aamir Khan, Vicky Kaushal, Madhuri Dixit, Urvashi Rautela, Nora Fatehi, Kunal Kemmu, Kartik Aaryan, Kiara Advani and many more Bollywood stars over the weekend.
The Soul CatcherRediff.com29 Apr 2022
Yamini has superpowers that help her intercept souls headed to heaven or the afterworld or for reincarnation and spirits them away, on another course, to those in need.
Deoghar Disaster: IAF's Mission ImpossibleRediff.com29 Apr 2022
'Imagine hanging from a thin steel cable under a helicopter with certain death staring at you below, being pulled up slowly in the din and downwash of the helicopter.' IAF Veteran Air Commodore Nitin Sathe, a helicopter pilot himself, reports on how the air force rescued those trapped in the Deoghar cable cars disaster last fortnight.
Govt bars Ramzan's last Friday prayers in Srinagar's Jamia masjid, sets off protestsRediff.com28 Apr 2022
Authorities in Kashmir have decided not to allow 'Shab-e-Qadr' and 'Jumat-ul-Vida' congregational prayers at the historic Jamia Masjid in Sringar, a move denounced by mainstream and separatist parties.
Jaish attack foiled in Jammu ahead of PM's visit, 3 killedRediff.com23 Apr 2022
Just two days ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Jammu and Kashmir, security forces on Friday foiled a suicide attack in Jammu by the banned Jaish-e-Mohammed, eliminating two suspected Pakistani terrorists in an encounter after they fired on a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) bus and killed an officer.
Despite SC stay demolition crew razes structures at JahangirpuriRediff.com20 Apr 2022
A bench headed by Chief Justice N V Ramana ordered status quo in the present situation, and said the petition would be listed before an appropriate bench.
War memorial dedicated to 22 heroes of 1971 conflict in JammuRediff.com19 Apr 2022
The bravehearts belonged to 16th Battalion of the Punjab Regiment - an illustrious 'Infantry Paltan' whose name is etched in the history due to their courage and fearlessness, the spokesman said.
'Who up there is writing this script?'Rediff.com13 Apr 2022
'How can so many misfortunes fall on one beautiful family?'
'Awards are like ice cream to me!'Rediff.com11 Apr 2022
'I preferred theatre rather than going to production houses and giving photographs. I didn't have that kind of temperament. I didn't think I was unfortunate as I have struggled so much. I feel whatever happened was for my good.'
'Independence came early because of the Naval Mutiny'Rediff.com8 Apr 2022
'These naval sailors should have been given due respect as freedom fighters.' 'February 18, 1946 should be as important as January 26 because that date changed everything.'
Where In The World Are These Stars?!Rediff.com7 Apr 2022
Bollywood stars travel all the time on work or for a much-needed vacation.
'My time in jail scarred me forever'Rediff.com7 Apr 2022
'Your faith in the system, and in the fact that you are a citizen of this country and have rights, starts eroding.'
Azaan row: Karnataka police issues notices to mosquesRediff.com6 Apr 2022
The move comes after some right-wing outfits launched a campaign demanding shutting down of such loudspeakers, saying they caused disturbance for people living in surrounding areas.
Yogi tells police to activate anti-Romeo squads for NavratrasRediff.com1 Apr 2022
Additional chief secretary (information) Navneet Sehgal on Friday said the Mission Shakti will also start on April 10.
U'khand CM Dhami allots portfolios, keeps over 2 dozen depts for himselfRediff.com30 Mar 2022
These include home, industrial development (mining), justice, labour, excise, environment conservation and climate change, disaster management and rehabilitation and civil aviation.
Ajay Jayaram retires from international badmintonRediff.com27 Mar 2022
Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram took to social media to announce his retirement.
How BJP finished off ally turned foeRediff.com24 Mar 2022
Mukesh Sahni's move to contest 55 seats in the UP assembly polls antagonised top BJP leaders.
Bhagat Singh never lived at Khatkar KalanRediff.com23 Mar 2022
Bhagat Singh was born on September 28, 1907 in Banga village in Lyallpur district, now Faisalabad in Pakistan Punjab.
When Yoga Guru Swami Sivananda did pranam to ModiRediff.com22 Mar 2022
On Monday night, when President Ram Nath Kovind presented the Padma awards at a civil investiture ceremony in the Darbar Hall of Rashtrapati Bhavan, the loudest applause was reserved for Swami Sivananda, the 125-year-old yoga guru who walked barefoot to receive the Padma Shri -- after prostrating before Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi and President Kovind.
Spectator gallery collapses at Kerala match, over 200 injuredRediff.com20 Mar 2022
The incident occurred at Poongodu, a soccer crazy village near Wandoor and Kalikavu, just minutes before a sevens football match was about to commence on Saturday night.
'You can kill me if you want'Rediff.com19 Mar 2022
'They asked me if I was a devout Muslim and if I could recite the Kalma.' Flying Officer Jawahar Lal Bhargava knew his game was up. 'They threatened me with dire consequences if I didn't tell the truth.'
'I didn't want to be shot by my friends'Rediff.com19 Mar 2022
IAF Flying Officer Jawahar Lal Bhargava was forced to stayed in the POW camp at Rawalpindi for the year that followed only to be released in December 1972.
K'taka to consult with experts before introducing Bhagwad Gita in schoolsRediff.com18 Mar 2022
Claiming that the cultural values among children were taking a beating, the minister said many people have demanded that moral science should be introduced.
Why is Karan Johar KISSING Kajol?Rediff.com18 Mar 2022
Karan Johar hosted a huge birthday party for Apoorva Mehta, the CEO of Dharma Productions, who turned 50 on March 17.
India's Gorgeous Australian GuestsRediff.com9 Mar 2022
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'I'm proud to say that I've worked my a** off'Rediff.com8 Mar 2022
Fitness model and entrepreneur Krishna Shroff shares her inspiring career journey.
'I want to die, but I am afraid of death'Rediff.com6 Mar 2022
'Heroes are weak; they are cowards; they cry; they betray their fellow soldiers; they lie to their wives so that they can fight for their country and yet have their conscience devour them with guilt.'
'Hum aapke saath mein hai'Rediff.com4 Mar 2022
'I want to show that we are also part of this society and want to participate just as much, whether it is for security or whatever community work there.'