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Why are US, British, Russian spy chiefs in Delhi?

Why are US, British, Russian spy chiefs in Delhi?

Rediff.com14 Sep 2021

The Western powers appear to regard Delhi as the most logical destination in the region in these extraordinary times -- as a counterpoint to the ascendance of political Islam and a rising red star over Afghanistan, observes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.

In Space, On a Joyride

In Space, On a Joyride

Rediff.com10 Jul 2021

Will space tourism with a niche market of serving only the uber-rich ever be profitable, asks Kumar Abishek.

'Why and how did science in India stagnate?'

'Why and how did science in India stagnate?'

Rediff.com15 Dec 2020

'It looked as if India had been a major player in science at that time, raising the question when and why things changed,' says distinguished aerospace scientist Professor Roddam Narasimha.

When fans boo their own players....

When fans boo their own players....

Rediff.com14 Aug 2020

Players from both teams took a knee in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement before Wednesday's game at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, but their gesture was overshadowed by booing from a small section of fans.

Buzz: Ex-BCCI umpire translates Laws of Cricket into Hindi

Buzz: Ex-BCCI umpire translates Laws of Cricket into Hindi

Rediff.com25 Jul 2020

He expressed hope that it will also benefit a large number of Hindi-speaking umpires and those giving training in this field, to whom the rules in English are hard to understand.

10 Shows To Watch During Lockdown

10 Shows To Watch During Lockdown

Rediff.com28 Apr 2020

Aseem Chhabra lists his 10 favourite non-Indian shows streaming in India -- classics as well as recent shows.

Can Modi-Trump bromance really improve India-US ties?

Can Modi-Trump bromance really improve India-US ties?

Rediff.com27 Feb 2020

'While high-level interventions may help smoothen inter-State relationships, they cannot fundamentally change the alchemy of such relationships, which are firmly rooted in mutual benefits and mutual interests,' points out Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.

Style or substance? Which way will Trump's visit go?

Style or substance? Which way will Trump's visit go?

Rediff.com20 Feb 2020

With a decelerating economy that weakens India's hands on geopolitical issues, it will be interesting to know which way this trip will go.

What is Priyanka's Avengers connection?

What is Priyanka's Avengers connection?

Rediff.com15 Jan 2020

Priyanka Chopra Jonas is all set to star opposite British actor Richard Madden in Amazon Studios' upcoming thriller series Citadel.

EPL PHOTOS: Reds continue march towards title; United down Newcastle

EPL PHOTOS: Reds continue march towards title; United down Newcastle

Rediff.com27 Dec 2019

United down Newcastle after Saints stun Chelsea on a dramatic night in the English Premier League.

This year's most beautiful panoramic photographs

This year's most beautiful panoramic photographs

Rediff.com3 Dec 2019

The Epson International Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers worldwide and is the largest specialist competition for panoramic images. This year the competition received 4913 entries from 1258 photographers in 72 countries, but the overall winner of the 2019 Open competition is Mieke Boynton from Australia - the first female to win the title. Scroll down for stunning views.

'India-US relationship could get worse'

'India-US relationship could get worse'

Rediff.com9 Oct 2019

'If we cannot conclude a trade deal, both sides are likely to take trade actions that will further impair our government-to-government ties.'

Sports Shorts: Prajnesh stuns World No. 67 Millman

Sports Shorts: Prajnesh stuns World No. 67 Millman

Rediff.com30 Jul 2019

Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Tuesday

Start-up tips: 6 smart ways students can make money

Start-up tips: 6 smart ways students can make money

Rediff.com15 Apr 2019

From teaching to YouTube, these ideas will help students chase their dreams early on.

Winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year are a visual feast

Winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year are a visual feast

Rediff.com4 Mar 2019

Sharks, mating frogs, seals playing with photographers... these are the amazing photos which offer an enchanting breadth of what's beyond the shoreline. Underwater Photographer of the Year has just announced the winners of its 2019 photo contest and photographer Richard Barnden, from the UK, was named Underwater Photographer of the Year 2019. Prizes and commendations were handed out in categories including Wide Angle, Macro, Wrecks, Behaviour, Portrait, Black and White, Compact, Up and Coming, and in British waters, Wide Angle, Living Together, Compact, and Macro Shots.

EPL PIX: Liverpool go top with draw at United; Arsenal cruise

EPL PIX: Liverpool go top with draw at United; Arsenal cruise

Rediff.com25 Feb 2019

Liverpool took over at the top of the Premier League table despite being held to a 0-0 draw against Manchester United in a scrappy match on Sunday.

Have you seen these super TV shows?

Have you seen these super TV shows?

Rediff.com6 Feb 2019

From Atlanta to Killing Eve, the best on the small screen.

Have you seen these AMAZING movies?

Have you seen these AMAZING movies?

Rediff.com6 Nov 2018

Sukanya Verma recaps all the action at this year's MAMI.

Indian couple fell to deaths from Yosemite cliff while taking selfie: Report

Indian couple fell to deaths from Yosemite cliff while taking selfie: Report

Rediff.com31 Oct 2018

Vishnu Viswanath, 29, and Meenakshi Moorthy, 30 fell to their deaths from Taft Point in the national park in California. They were identified on Monday as the married couple from India living in the United States.

LFC boss remembered: 'You were the soul of Leicester City'

LFC boss remembered: 'You were the soul of Leicester City'

Rediff.com29 Oct 2018

Leicester City chairman and King Power owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha died in a helicopter crash outside the Premier League club's ground on Saturday. Tributes poured in and condolences were offered by Leicester City players, opposition players, among others...

#TeaserReview: Chitti's back and we love him!

#TeaserReview: Chitti's back and we love him!

Rediff.com14 Sep 2018

Shankar is India's answer to Hollywood, feels Syed Firdaus Ashraf.

'I was tasting life for the first time, the magical side of it'

'I was tasting life for the first time, the magical side of it'

Rediff.com19 Jun 2018

'Throughout my journey, people have been wishing me well, praying for me, from all over the world.' 'People I know, people I don't even know.' 'They were praying from different places, different time zones, and I feel all their prayers become ONE.' 'One big force, like a force of current, which got inside me through the end of my spine and has germinated through the crown of my head.'

Why I think Trump will be a great President

Why I think Trump will be a great President

Rediff.com14 Jun 2018

'What Trump and Kim have demonstrated is that leaders need not remain prisoners of the status quo and they can, by showing the necessary will and courage, break out of the hang-ups and constrictions of the past and carve out a new pathway for themselves,' says B S Raghavan.

Kevin Pietersen's Pataudi Memorial Lecture: Full Text

Kevin Pietersen's Pataudi Memorial Lecture: Full Text

Rediff.com12 Jun 2018

Full text of Kevin Pieterse's Pataudi Memorial Lecture in Bengaluru

Dalai Lama snub and India's plans to reset China ties

Dalai Lama snub and India's plans to reset China ties

Rediff.com8 Mar 2018

'If, as appears to be the case, India is on way to 'mending fences' with China, and China is equally desirous to 'reset' the relationship, this could be a self-reflexive moment in India's positioning vis-a-vis not just the Dalai Lama, but also the Tibetan issue and China as a whole,' points out China expert Alka Acharya.

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

How Modi can resolve the China problem

How Modi can resolve the China problem

Rediff.com22 Jan 2018

'China any day would prefer to team up with India and dump Pakistan once the resolution of the border dispute becomes an accomplished fact.'

Why India loves Rahul Dravid

Why India loves Rahul Dravid

Rediff.com12 Jan 2018

Fondly called The Wall, India's former captain has a lot to be inspired from.

Trump's threat falls flat on Pakistani generals

Trump's threat falls flat on Pakistani generals

Rediff.com10 Jan 2018

'If push comes to shove, Pakistan does have the capability to make it difficult for the US and NATO forces to make even a withdrawal of troops out of Afghanistan in orderly fashion,' says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.

Fine films, fabulous discoveries at MAMI

Fine films, fabulous discoveries at MAMI

Rediff.com19 Oct 2017

The movies that impressed, puzzled and stunned Sukanya Verma at MAMI this year.

Trolls call Masaba names on Twitter, she takes them down in style

Trolls call Masaba names on Twitter, she takes them down in style

Rediff.com12 Oct 2017

The episode occurred when she took a supportive stand on the Delhi firecrackers ban.

George Keyt: The Picasso of South Asia

George Keyt: The Picasso of South Asia

Rediff.com28 Jul 2017

Art historian Yashodhara Dalmia's book on the Sri Lankan artist, who fell so deeply for India that he even claimed Rajput descent, is a momentous publishing event, says Kishore Singh.

Modi-Trump Summit: 'The buzzword is going to be continuity'

Modi-Trump Summit: 'The buzzword is going to be continuity'

Rediff.com25 Jun 2017

Aziz Haniffa, who has covered every Indian Prime Minister's visit to the US since Rajiv Gandhi in 1985, gives us a peek into what's happening in Washington, DC on the eve of the Modi-Trump summit.

Super-filmi week: Long live Aamir's Model School!

Super-filmi week: Long live Aamir's Model School!

Rediff.com30 May 2017

A childhood favourite turned silver. A childhood icon passed away. And a childhood heartthrob from Hollywood showed up to surprise a movie screening. Sukanya Verma's super-filmi week.

What India's youth can learn from Gandhi

What India's youth can learn from Gandhi

Rediff.com9 May 2017

'You are beginning your professional life in a time of global turmoil, when economic systems and the earth's eco-systems are in deep crisis.' 'Societies across the world are struggling with the complexity of technological and social change happening at a speed that our species has never experienced before.' 'May you be more excited than frightened by the times we live in.' 'Precisely because the crises are so deep, there are also unprecedented opportunities for pioneering and brave work that can transform society, culture and economy to create a much better world for your children.'

Guess who India's real cricketing star is!

Guess who India's real cricketing star is!

Rediff.com10 Mar 2017

No one even comes close to the impact Anil Kumble has had on Indian cricket, when it comes to winning matches and series, say Aakash Chopra and Impact Index.

Review: Logan is a powerful finish to the Wolverine saga

Review: Logan is a powerful finish to the Wolverine saga

Rediff.com3 Mar 2017

Logan is a relentless and thrilling film, a film that takes things farther than you may imagine, writes Raja Sen.

Test cricket could die in India if...

Test cricket could die in India if...

Rediff.com7 Feb 2017

How will young batsmen brought up on T20 learn to build an innings? What about the technique to patiently negotiate hostile seam bowling conditions or the skill to play on difficult dusty turners? What about leaving the swinging ball outside off stump?

He brought out the poetry of the ordinary face

He brought out the poetry of the ordinary face

Rediff.com16 Jan 2017

Om Puri was that rare actor who could carry a film on sheer power and versatility of his performance

When Om Puri deserved an Oscar

When Om Puri deserved an Oscar

Rediff.com6 Jan 2017

The great actor on some of his memorable roles.

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