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EU Parliament postpones voting on motion against CAA

EU Parliament postpones voting on motion against CAA

Rediff.com30 Jan 2020

The sources said friends of India prevailed over those of Pakistan in the European Parliament on Wednesday.

Joint anti-CAA motion set for debate in European Parliament

Joint anti-CAA motion set for debate in European Parliament

Rediff.com29 Jan 2020

The motion takes note of the UNHCR statement last month, which described the CAA as 'fundamentally discriminatory in nature', and also of other United Nations as well as the EU guidelines on human rights as it calls on the Indian government to 'repeal the discriminatory amendments'.

Should India change Census methods?

Should India change Census methods?

Rediff.com6 Jan 2019

'Is it time to think beyond the traditional questionnaire-based approach in India?' asks Atanu Biswas.

Day 15: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Day 15: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Rediff.com24 Feb 2018

Ester Ledecka became the first person in Winter Olympics history to capture gold medals in unrelated events after the Czech won the snowboard parallel giant slalom on Saturday to go with her stunning Alpine skiing super-G gold.

Day 12: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Day 12: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Rediff.com21 Feb 2018

Sofia Goggia carved up the Jeongseon slope 'like a Samurai' to win the women's downhill on Wednesday and leave American Lindsey Vonn with a bronze medal in her final run in the marquee event of Olympic Alpine skiing.

Day 7: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Day 7: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Rediff.com15 Feb 2018

Several events were postponed or rescheduled, including Nordic combined, biathlon and Alpine skiing, and more than 60 tents were damaged by winds with a speed of seven metres per second as organisers warned of flying debris.

Day 6: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Day 6: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Rediff.com14 Feb 2018

North Korean pair given warm welcome on Pyeongchang debut

Volvo S 60 Cross country: A luxury sedan with sporty features

Volvo S 60 Cross country: A luxury sedan with sporty features

Rediff.com9 May 2016

The Volvo S60 Cross Country is a very capable car that can be handled across all weather and terrain conditions, says P Tharyan.

Guilt-free Diwali desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth

Guilt-free Diwali desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth

Rediff.com9 Nov 2015

Home bakers across India are churning out healthy treats by the dozen. We present a select few.

India among world's 20 LEAST peaceful nations

India among world's 20 LEAST peaceful nations

Rediff.com19 Jun 2015

According to a report by the Institute for Economics and Peace, an independent, think tank dedicated to shifting the world's focus to peace as a positive and tangible measure of progress, India ranks 143rd

Layoffs rampant in India? Read how other nations deal with it

Layoffs rampant in India? Read how other nations deal with it

Rediff.com17 Jun 2015

Temporary workers not only lack job security, they get less pay and an inferior overall package.

Sochi Olympics: Ski jumps are fine, official says in wake of crashes

Sochi Olympics: Ski jumps are fine, official says in wake of crashes

Rediff.com13 Feb 2014

The International Ski Federation has no concerns about the ski jumps at the Sochi Winter Olympics, a federation spokesman said on Thursday, in the wake of two night-time training crashes, one of which sent an athlete to hospital.

Sochi Olympics: Warm weather disrupts Winter Games

Sochi Olympics: Warm weather disrupts Winter Games

Rediff.com11 Feb 2014

A spell of mild winter weather is disrupting events at the Sochi Olympics and Games organisers are concerned about the outlook with temperatures forecast to rise further this week.

Invest in the poor, tax the rich

Invest in the poor, tax the rich

Rediff.com22 Mar 2013

Most rich and upper-middle class Indians are greatly under-taxed. Worse, the government annually writes off over Rs 5 lakh crores through exemptions. This practice must be ended if the growth-development disconnect is to be abolished, says Praful Bidwai.

Athletes lose early chance over blood levels

Athletes lose early chance over blood levels

Rediff.com15 Feb 2010

Two Olympic athletes lost chances of early golds when they were prevented from competing after blood tests at the Winter Games returned high haemoglobin levels.

Canada break home jinx to clinch gold at Vancouver

Canada break home jinx to clinch gold at Vancouver

Rediff.com15 Feb 2010

Canada broke the jinx that has cursed it for three home-turf Olympic Games on Sunday with a gold medal in men's moguls skiing, triggering an outpouring of elation from a country that almost thought it couldn't win.

'We want to become the world's premier browser'

'We want to become the world's premier browser'

Rediff.com29 Jan 2010

This January, Lars Boilesen took over the reigns of Opera Software after its co-founder and leader of 15 years, Jon S von Tetzchner, stepped down.

Cipla to develop anti-allergy drug

Cipla to develop anti-allergy drug

Rediff.com12 Sep 2009

Domestic drug major Cipla Ltd has signed a long-term collaboration agreement with Swiss specialty pharmaceutical major Meda, to develop and market an anti-allergic rhinitis drug for various global markets. Cipla will manufacture the drug, which will treat an ailment that causes a runny nose, and the Swiss company will market the product in Europe, Japan, Brazil, South Korea and Australia. The partners are developing the product as a nasal spray to treat allergic rhinitis.

China beats India on IT index

China beats India on IT index

Rediff.com27 Mar 2009

While India climbed down to the 54th rank from the 50th spot in 2007-2008, China leapfrogged 11 positions to emerge as a more advanced IT nation. Issuing the WEF's annual report on Network Readiness of Nations, of which he is the main author, Soumitra Dutta said the "speed at which China is transforming its IT infrastructure through a combination of human development and technology-related policies has brought a massive change among the BRIC countries for the first time."

Why you must study in Denmark

Why you must study in Denmark

Rediff.com14 Jan 2009

In a four part series beginning today Pushpinder Bhatia talks about various aspects of studying in Denmark.

What makes a brand authentic?

What makes a brand authentic?

Rediff.com8 May 2007

The appeal--and risks--of authenticity. A guide to making your brand real.

IT majors scout for M&As in Europe

IT majors scout for M&As in Europe

Rediff.com6 Feb 2007

Indian information technology companies are all out to aggressively pursue mergers and acquisitions in the $287 billion market in Europe, reported a study by investment bank Avendus Advisors.

Penpix of Sweden's World Cup squad

Penpix of Sweden's World Cup squad

Rediff.com26 May 2006

Sweden's squad for the World Cup finals in Germany comprises the following 23 players:

Doping taints Winter Games

Doping taints Winter Games

Rediff.com16 Feb 2006

Russian athlete Olga Pyleva, who won the silver medal in the 15km individual biathlon, was suspended pending a disciplinary investigation into doping.

India 50th, Finland most competitive nation

India 50th, Finland most competitive nation

Rediff.com28 Sep 2005

Both China (49) and India have had an excellent growth performance in recent years. However, both countries continue to suffer from institutional weaknesses.

Nordic banks pick i-flex software

Nordic banks pick i-flex software

Rediff.com28 Jun 2005

i-flex solutions has entered into an agreement with Norway-based EDB Business Partner ASA to jointly offer retail banking solutions to financial institutions in the Nordic region, primarily in Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Iceland.

Even Namibia is ahead of India!

Even Namibia is ahead of India!

Rediff.com13 Oct 2004