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Meghan and Harry welcome daughter Lilibet 'Lili' Diana

Meghan and Harry welcome daughter Lilibet 'Lili' Diana

Rediff.com7 Jun 2021

Lili is the first of the Queen's great-grandchildren to be born outside the United Kingdom as Harry and Meghan relocated to California in the US last year after they stepped back as frontline royals.

Prince Harry joins US startup as chief impact officer

Prince Harry joins US startup as chief impact officer

Rediff.com24 Mar 2021

Prince Harry has secured a new job to add to his resume. Harry is set to become the chief impact officer of BetterUp, a San Francisco-based company that provides virtual coaching and counselling to employees and individuals.

Race, title, anguish: Meghan, Harry explain royal rift

Race, title, anguish: Meghan, Harry explain royal rift

Rediff.com8 Mar 2021

In her sit-down interview with Oprah, Meghan said the palace decreed that Archie would not have any title, a move she says was "different from the protocol."

Oprah Winfrey to interview Prince Harry, Meghan

Oprah Winfrey to interview Prince Harry, Meghan

Rediff.com16 Feb 2021

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the special is titled "Oprah With Meghan and Harry" and it will air on the network on March 7.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle expecting second child

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle expecting second child

Rediff.com15 Feb 2021

The couple's first child Archie will turn 2 in May and is seventh in line to the throne.

Harris' husband Douglas to be America's first 'Second Gentleman'

Harris' husband Douglas to be America's first 'Second Gentleman'

Rediff.com8 Nov 2020

America has never in its history before had a female President and Vice President so it remains to be seen what formal title -- 'Second Gentleman, Second Husband' -- will be given to the first male spouse of an elected leader.

Coronavirus may spread more via respiratory droplets in winter

Coronavirus may spread more via respiratory droplets in winter

Rediff.com15 Oct 2020

The study also noted that the currently followed physical distancing guidelines are inadequate in curbing the transmission of COVID-19.

Virus can travel 20 feet, 6 ft inadequate: Study

Virus can travel 20 feet, 6 ft inadequate: Study

Rediff.com27 May 2020

From these past studies, the scientists said both the aerodynamics of the droplets, and their heat and mass exchange process with the environment can determine the effectiveness of virus prohttps://www.rediff.com/news/report/pix-how-indians-are-maintaining-social-distance/20200326.htmpagation.

Can Raavan's party make a mark in Indian politics?

Can Raavan's party make a mark in Indian politics?

Rediff.com16 Mar 2020

'Whether or not Chandrashekhar Azad succeeds or fails electorally, he has already made democratic politics more accountable to Dalits.'

'Kobe Bryant was genuine true greatness'

'Kobe Bryant was genuine true greatness'

Rediff.com27 Jan 2020

'Kobe is easily among the five greatest basketball players of all time. This is such a tragic loss.'

Inside Story: The making of a Kingfisher model

Inside Story: The making of a Kingfisher model

Rediff.com18 Jan 2018

Atul Kasbekar on the making of the Kingfisher Swimsuit Calendar 2018.

California mudslides leave 17 dead; another 17 still missing

California mudslides leave 17 dead; another 17 still missing

Rediff.com11 Jan 2018

Officials say the deluge destroyed 100 houses and damaged 300 others after debris spread across a wide swath of Montecito - a wealthy enclave of about 9,000 people northwest of Los Angeles that is home to a number of high profile celebrities.

How Sushmita and Aishwarya became superstars

How Sushmita and Aishwarya became superstars

Rediff.com1 Nov 2017

Former editor of Femina magazine, Sathya Saran looks back at the Miss India pageant that changed the lives of two young women.

Xi, Modi have plan to avoid future Doklams

Xi, Modi have plan to avoid future Doklams

Rediff.com25 Oct 2017

'That the two sides allowed such a situation to arise exposed the level of inaction and inefficiency in China-India border management.' 'The Modi-Xi meeting in Xiamen initiated a process to to avert such contingencies in the future.'

How much does earth's plastic weigh? Try a 100 crore elephants!

How much does earth's plastic weigh? Try a 100 crore elephants!

Rediff.com21 Jul 2017

According to a study, humans have generated 8.3 billion metric tonnes of plastics, turning earth into a 'plastic planet'.

Kamala Harris wins most votes in California Senate primary

Kamala Harris wins most votes in California Senate primary

Rediff.com8 Jun 2016

California State Attorney General Kamala Harris and Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez battle each other to become California's next United States senator, after winning the top two spots in an open primary on Tuesday, reports Ritu Jha from California.

It's an odd, crazy world out there... Here's proof

It's an odd, crazy world out there... Here's proof

Rediff.com28 Jan 2016

Here's your weekly digest of unusual moments from around the world.

PHOTO: Obama weeps as he unveils gun control measures

PHOTO: Obama weeps as he unveils gun control measures

Rediff.com6 Jan 2016

"Every time I think about those kids, it gets me mad," Obama said as tears streamed down his cheeks in the East Room of the White House in the presence of a large number of victims of mass shootings.

Veteran Hollywood producer Jerry Weintraub dies

Veteran Hollywood producer Jerry Weintraub dies

Rediff.com7 Jul 2015

He was 77.

Bipasha holidays with Karan Singh Grover

Bipasha holidays with Karan Singh Grover

Rediff.com24 Jun 2015

A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities.

Researchers use WiFi to count people

Researchers use WiFi to count people

Rediff.com9 Jun 2015

The findings have potential for many diverse applications.

Look who's joined the Swachch Bharat campaign

Look who's joined the Swachch Bharat campaign

Rediff.com23 Dec 2014

A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities.

At $2.1 billion, Buffett is year's biggest philanthropist

At $2.1 billion, Buffett is year's biggest philanthropist

Rediff.com10 Dec 2014

According to global wealth intelligence and prospecting company Wealth-X, Buffett topped the list of the 10 biggest single charitable donors of 2014.

Honduras beauty queen shot dead by sister's jealous boyfriend

Honduras beauty queen shot dead by sister's jealous boyfriend

Rediff.com20 Nov 2014

Miss Honduras 2014 was supposed to fly to London on Wednesday to compete in the Miss World pageant. Instead, she and her sister were found dead near the spa where they disappeared six days ago.

Brangelina, Demi Moore: A day out in Hollywood

Brangelina, Demi Moore: A day out in Hollywood

Rediff.com17 Nov 2014

Here's what your favourite Hollywood stars have been up to.

Why blue LEDs are worth a Nobel Prize

Why blue LEDs are worth a Nobel Prize

Rediff.com9 Oct 2014

Blue light-emitting diodes help create the glowing screens of mobile phones, computers and TVs and promises to revolutionise the way the world lights its homes and offices.

India's women can't live in constant fear, Mr Prime Minister

India's women can't live in constant fear, Mr Prime Minister

Rediff.com7 Jul 2014

Enrich a woman and you can enrich a nation. Hurt women, deny women equitable rights, and a nation's death sentence will soon commence, says Dr Krishan Jeyarajasingham.

Billionaire sets world record with $201-million life insurance

Billionaire sets world record with $201-million life insurance

Rediff.com18 Mar 2014

The policy features a combined death benefit to be paid upon the death of the single insured that more than doubles the previous record, Guinness said in a statement.

Vince Chhabria to be first Indian-origin federal judge in California

Vince Chhabria to be first Indian-origin federal judge in California

Rediff.com6 Mar 2014

The United State senate has confirmed Indian-American Vince Girdhari Chhabria as the federal judge of the US district court for the northern district of California.

Indian techie files lawsuit against Bosch

Indian techie files lawsuit against Bosch

Rediff.com20 Nov 2013

In a lawsuit filed through national plaintiffs' law firm Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP (Lieff Cabraser), Indian national Suraj Kamath on Wednesday charged that Bosch unjustly enriched itself by requiring all of its non-US citizens employees to pay to Bosch federal and state tax refunds the employees had received while working in the US.

'Money is the new caste in India'

'Money is the new caste in India'

Rediff.com22 Aug 2013

Investigating the modern Indian marriage mart, Amit Ahuja discovers that Indians are willing to overlook caste differences if the incentives are right.

Google Glass poses threat to user privacy

Google Glass poses threat to user privacy

Rediff.com2 May 2013

Hackers may be able to exploit Google Glass' 'root capability', which is enabled by attaching it to a desktop computer and running some commands, allowing them to access the user's information, the Guardian reports.

'You know, how Indians love their cinema'

'You know, how Indians love their cinema'

Rediff.com7 Feb 2013

Director Steven Hoover tells Aseem Chhabra about his award-winning film, Blood Brother, a documentary on Rocky Braat and his extraordinary relationship with HIV-positive children in a Tamil Nadu orphanage.

How diplomacy and poetry are linked

How diplomacy and poetry are linked

Rediff.com30 Oct 2012

It is widely accepted that the greatest literature is born when cultures, civilizations or worldviews come together. This often happens in case of diplomat-poets who often find themselves in exotic milieus, novel circumstances and in company of people with diverse viewpoints, says Abhay K.

The Indian link in the Higgs Boson discovery

The Indian link in the Higgs Boson discovery

Rediff.com6 Jul 2012

"I hate to call it the God particle," says Bihar-born Professor Vivek Sharma, one of the first people to know about the existence of the Higgs Boson, which scientists say is key to understanding the universe in an interview to George Joseph

The Indian link in the Higgs Boson discovery

The Indian link in the Higgs Boson discovery

Rediff.com6 Jul 2012

"I hate to call it the God particle," says Bihar-born Professor Vivek Sharma, one of the first people to know about the existence of the Higgs Boson, which scientists say is key to understanding the universe in an interview to George Joseph

Not correct to say IIT students' quality is poor: IIT director

Not correct to say IIT students' quality is poor: IIT director

Rediff.com29 Nov 2011

An interview with Prof. Bhaskar Ramamurthi, the newly appointed director of IIT Madras, who is also alumnus of the same institution.

3 Indian Americans among scientists honoured by Obama

3 Indian Americans among scientists honoured by Obama

Rediff.com3 Oct 2011

Three Indian Americans -- Dr Kartik A Srinivasan, Sumita Pennathur and Hari Shroff -- were among 94 researchers who were named by United States President Barack Obama as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers, the highest honour bestowed by the US government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers.

Want to Study Abroad? Why GRE, TOEFL, IELTS count

Want to Study Abroad? Why GRE, TOEFL, IELTS count

Rediff.com19 Apr 2011

Study Abroad expert Karan Gupta in a chat with Get Ahead reader on April 18 discussed queries like requirements for pursuing ME in automobile engineering in Germany, when to take GRE, TOEFL and IELTS tests, student loans for pursuing studies abroad and a range of other related. Unedited excerpts:

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