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As US counts votes, protesters take to the streetsRediff.com4 Nov 2020
As the hours go by on Election Day in the United States, protests against Donald Trump were being held on the streets, leading to tense scenes.
Infosys readies new global delivery modelRediff.com30 Sep 2019
Experts said this would not only reduce Infosys' dependence on the H1B visa, which has seen increased restrictions under the current US administration. It will also help the company in building an employee pyramid for its future operations.
The wonderfully weird world we live in!Rediff.com24 Apr 2019
Ten images that prove we live in a odd, odd world!
Infy plans innovation hub in Arizona; to hire 1,000 by 2023Rediff.com21 Sep 2018
Infosys, like many of its peers, has been ramping local hiring in key markets like the US, the UK and Australia to tackle increasing scrutiny around work visas by various governments.
Infy now plans to spread its wings in Europe, AustraliaRediff.com18 Sep 2018
Even though North America still accounts for 60 per cent of Infosys's revenue, the company is starting to see good growth in Europe, which contributes around 25 per cent to the company's top line. Even Australia also has emerged to be a strategically important market, with a contribution of 10 per cent to the overall revenues.
Sports Shorts: Heena bags gold, Nivetha bronze in HannoverRediff.com14 May 2018
A summary of sports events and persons who made news on Monday
Has the Amelia Earhart mystery finally been solved?Rediff.com8 Mar 2018
The aviation pioneer's body has never been officially found after she disappeared July 2, 1937.
PHOTOS: America votes to elect new PresidentRediff.com8 Nov 2016
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton registers her first 'win' by four votes to two against Trump.
Clinton, Trump in dead heat, scramble to swing statesRediff.com6 Nov 2016
Locked in a neck-and-neck battle, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have made a last minute dash to key swing states to woo undecided voters as major polls on the final weekend before the election day showed the race for the White House was too close to call.
Why put a con artist in White House, asks Obama as he bats for HillaryRediff.com3 Nov 2016
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is the only candidate in the race to the White House who has devoted her entire life to the people of America, outgoing US President Barack Obama has said.
Race to White House is real, not reality TV: ClintonRediff.com28 Sep 2016
Clinton alleged that it was very well possible that Trump has not paid any taxes.
Hillary Clinton a 'world-class liar': TrumpRediff.com23 Jun 2016
The war of words between Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton on Wednesday reached a new high with the presumptive Republican presidential nominee calling her a "world-class liar" while she hit back describing him as "self-proclaimed king of death" for his rhetoric, economic policies.
US scrambles jets after Twitter bomb threats to two planesRediff.com25 Jan 2015
Over 250 passengers on board two US airliners got a scare on Sunday when "credible" bomb threats sent via Twitter prompted the military to scramble F-16 fighter jets to escort the planes to land in Atlanta, but searches by a bomb squad turned up nothing threatening.
5 things lucky people doRediff.com5 Dec 2014
Bestselling author Ashwin Sanghi says that it is indeed possible to 'attract' good luck!
9/11 Museum: 'No day shall erase you from the memory of time'Rediff.com21 Jul 2014
The atmosphere at the 9/11 Museum is certainly somber, but not melodramatic. The exhibition conveys a sense of peace and optimism, not frustration and despondency, says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
2 States: We endured a torrid 2-yr long distance relationRediff.com5 May 2014
Murali Venkatraman tells us how he met his Bengali wife Lalita.
Full Text: What Prez Obama said at the State of the Union AddressRediff.com29 Jan 2014
Read the full transcript of President Obama's State of the Union address on Wednesday at the US Capitol in Washington.
Businesses created 8 million new jobs in US: ObamaRediff.com16 Jan 2014
Obama said that the country was starting to see a lot of the jobs that had left the shores in manufacturing, for example, now starting to come back, because "we put ourselves in a much more competitive position".
DONT' MISS: Vintage cycles, bomber jackets and moreRediff.com25 Mar 2013
Arjun Khanna hosted the first all-menswear line at the Lakme Fashion Week. And what a show it was!
Indian-American kills father, arrestedRediff.com17 Jan 2013
Jiten Ashwin Patel, 28, is charged with first-degree murder of his father Ashwin Patel, 62, and is being held without bond at the Gaston County Jail, police said.
The South Asian surge in AmericaRediff.com30 May 2012
Community organisations draw up a demographic snapshot of America's fastest growing ethnic group. George Joseph reports
US Senate youth award for Indian origin studentRediff.com4 Feb 2011
The Washington Week programme -- in its 49th year -- brings the highest-level officials from each branch of government together with an outstanding group of 104 high school students nationwide.
Will Obama tread carefully after mid-term polls?Rediff.com4 Nov 2010
Republicans seem to have dealt a huge blow to India-bound United States President Barack Obama in the mid-term polls, as they captured control of the House of Representatives on Tuesday. But will this play on his mind while he visits India?
Anupam Kher's new roleRediff.com6 Oct 2010
The actor has become the goodwill ambassador of Pratham Education Foundation.
Narayan feted 'Michael Jordan of microelectronics'Rediff.com25 Jun 2010
Dr Jay Narayan has won the 2011 Acta Materialia Gold Medal and Prize, an international award given to one person annually for exceptional research contributions and leadership in materials science worldwide.
Spotted: Konkona, Ranvir Shorey & Vinay PathakRediff.com10 Jun 2010
Reader Sudhir Sharma has sent us these photographs with the stars.
Where the 'pain' will strike nextRediff.com3 Nov 2008
We plowed through the financials of thousands of privately held companies to find the next pockets of trouble.
Spotted: Mahesh Bhupathi in New YorkRediff.com11 Aug 2008
Reader Sreekanth Nandagiri sent us a picture of Mahesh Bhupathi from the USA.
US critic of Indian nuclear programme deadRediff.com5 Jul 2008
"I have tried to be a friend to India. But, as long as there is breath in me, I will never support the lifting of the Glenn amendment sanctions on India unless they abandon all nuclear ambitions."
Jobs' outsourcing to India not reversible: ObamaRediff.com11 Jun 2008
Fresh from his victory over Hillary Clinton to clinch the Democratic party nomination to the White House, Obama said the country must invest in the research and innovation to create jobs and industries. Observing that America's challenges on economic front cannot be overcome by building 'protectionist walls', Obama said the country needs to focus on improving plight of the middle-class and investing in education.
Obama beats Hillary in North CarolinaRediff.com7 May 2008
Exit polls showed that whereas Obama came away with 91 per cent of the African-American vote, Clinton was at an extremely poor six per cent in that category. However, she walked away with nearly 60 per cent of the white vote with African-American Senator getting just 37 per cent.
Ashutosh Singhal wins Siemens AP national awardRediff.com10 Apr 2008
The winners were selected from among the 97 students in 50 states, including 85 high school seniors and 12 high school juniors, who were chosen as state winners in the award programme sponsored by the Siemens Foundation and run by the College Board, which administers the AP programme. The national winners -- a girl and a boy -- are each awarded a $5,000 college scholarship.
Fellowhip in memory of Indian studentRediff.com7 Apr 2008
The president of Duke University in North Carolina Richard H Brodhead has announced that the university has established a fellowship in memory of slain Duke graduate student Abhijit Mahato, 29, who was killed on January 18, 2008, in his off-campus apartment in what was described as a senseless, violent crime.
Americans hardest working people: HillaryRediff.com28 Mar 2008
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has vowed to plug tax loopholes for 'freeloader corporations' shipping jobs abroad and correct 'wrong' policies of the Bush administration, which were making Americans 'pay the price'. She claimed that that it was the average American who was paying the price for what she termed the wrong-headed policies of the administration. She said plugging tax loopholes will stop freeloader corporations from avoiding $50bn taxes every year.
Read this before you watch ElizabethRediff.com21 Nov 2007
A look at Elizabeth -- both the lady and queen -- and the world in which she operates.
Al Gore, Pachauri's IPCC share peace NobelRediff.com12 Oct 2007
Gore, who was US President Bill Clinton's deputy in 2000, made the 2006 Oscar-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth, after which he was seen as a champion of environmental issues and climate change.
Too much of history, too little dramaRediff.com12 Oct 2007
What we get to see in Shekhar Kapur's Elizabeth: The Golden Age is too much of history, too much of music, too many costumes but little drama that pulls at one's heart.
Marion Jones admits to steroid useRediff.com5 Oct 2007
Triple Olympic champion Marion Jones has admitted using steroids in preparation for the 2000 Sydney Games and plans to plead guilty on Friday to lying about her drug use.
2006 Tour winner Landis guilty of dopingRediff.com21 Sep 2007
American rider Floyd Landis was banned for two years after being found guilty of doping by a US arbitration panel.
Shekhar Kapur, toast of TorontoRediff.com10 Sep 2007
There's strong Oscar buzz for his film, Elizabeth.