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Tabbar reviewRediff.com2 days ago
There's the excitement of watching minor people commit major crimes and watching how that becomes their second nature, almost. Just when you think the show is extending outwards, it implodes. And with the ethical hinges off totally, you, the viewer, wouldn't know quite how to react, observes Sreehari Nair.
CRIME. HORROR. ADULTERYRediff.com5 Oct 2021
Healing intergalactic encounters, haunted office spaces and spooky Star Wars, Sukanya Verma suggests everything you can catch on OTT this week.
ASK ANU: 'I want to walk out of this marriage'Rediff.com1 Oct 2021
In her weekly column, mental health guru Anu Krishna offers advice on how to take charge of your life.
'No star could bully Hrishida'Rediff.com30 Sep 2021
'I joined Hrishida when I was 17.' 'He left me with a lifetime of memories.'
UP polls 2022: SP to tie up with RLD, regional parties, says AkhileshRediff.com22 Sep 2021
The Samajwadi Party, the Rashtriya Lok Dal and some smaller parties will contest the 2022 Uttar Pradesh assembly polls together, and an announcement in this regard would be made soon, SP chief Akhilesh Yadav said on Tuesday.
Seen such COOL Handbags?Rediff.com14 Sep 2021
Models show off their clutches at the 2021 Met Gala.
'I feel sick the day I am not painting'Rediff.com11 Sep 2021
'That secularism in India is at risk is alarming for someone like me. I'm born secular,' Anjolie Ela Menon, the well-known painter, tells Pavan Lall.
Taliban Govt: ISI Has The Last LaughRediff.com8 Sep 2021
ISI chief Faiz Hameed coerced the Taliban to announce an interim government guaranteed to preserve Pakistan's control over the levers of power in Kabul, observes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
'I am blessed to be an Indian'Rediff.com7 Sep 2021
Raised in the slums, Ankita Singh's breakthrough came when she was crowned Miss Kolkata in 2018.
'I am bored of this obsession with Tagore and Ray'Rediff.com6 Sep 2021
'So much so we don't feel the need to create anything, but just bask in that glory.' 'It's time to move on.' 'How much burden can you put on a person or the legacy of the person?'
Navarasa reviewRediff.com21 Aug 2021
If the stories weren't bound by their themes or expectations or if they weren't limited to the time and the medium, Mani Ratnam's Navarasa could have been something better, feels Divya Nair.
'Delhi is a dream posting for a Pakistani diplomat'Rediff.com17 Aug 2021
'Kashmir is the main issue between the two countries.' 'We have not been able to resolve it bilaterally.' 'As the two major countries in South Asia, we have to go back to the drawing board and start engaging.'
'Vaccine shortage can't be blamed on Adar Poonawalla'Rediff.com16 Aug 2021
'It was unfair to expect him to continue to keep on supplying vaccines without being given a firm commitment or a financial grant of any sort.'
PIX: India struggling despite Pujara, Rahane fightbackRediff.com15 Aug 2021
Images from Day 4 in the second Test between England and India, at Lord's, on Sunday.
Ajay Devgn promotes Bhuj with NoraRediff.com12 Aug 2021
Aamir and Kiara promote a bank... Where is Kareena headed?
Malaika has a Question for YOURediff.com2 Aug 2021
Nushrratt is recuperating... Parineeti wants a dog...
What is Biden trying to tell India?Rediff.com30 Jul 2021
It is difficult to recall an Indian minister in modern times pushing back at the US publicly, observes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
Is this what Future Masks will look like?Rediff.com22 Jul 2021
This fashion show was nothing short of surprising.
'I am so lucky to be calling myself an Indian'Rediff.com22 Jul 2021
The home-chef put Indian cuisine on the world map with her cooking experiments on MasterChef Australia.
Meet India's boxing 'Nav Ratna' at the Tokyo GamesRediff.com17 Jul 2021
PTI introduces the team, who is aiming for medals when India's campaign at the Tokyo Games commences on July 24.
Toofaan reviewRediff.com16 Jul 2021
Despite all its drawbacks, I was engrossed in Toofaan and the intensity Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra imbues it with for most part, observes Sukanya Verma.
Modi handshake leaflet figures in racism debate in House of CommonsRediff.com15 Jul 2021
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Opposition Leader Keir Starmer clashed in the House of Commons over a controversial by-election leaflet, which had been branded "divisive" and "anti-India" by Indian diaspora groups in Britain.
'Yoga can make you feel wonderful'Rediff.com8 Jul 2021
How Aashka Goradia stays fit with yoga.
MSD@40: Dhoni's Awesome JourneyRediff.com7 Jul 2021
As the legend turns 40, we take a look at his journey in cricket and life.
When Malaika met a traffic copRediff.com6 Jul 2021
Which stars did Rediff.com Contributing Photographer Pradeep Bandekar meet on Monday?
Wimbledon PIX: Djokovic, Barty advance; Jabeur makes historyRediff.com5 Jul 2021
Images from Day 7 of the 2021 Wimbledon at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, in London, on Monday.
'Whatcha lookin' at?' asks DeepikaRediff.com5 Jul 2021
Vicky buys a car... Dulquer, Lara resume work...
Federer roars into Wimbledon fourth round for 18th timeRediff.com3 Jul 2021
Federer showed that he is prepared to take as many knocks as it takes to keep alive his dreams
Stray dogs have right to food; feed them without harassing others: HCRediff.com1 Jul 2021
Stray dogs have the right to food and citizens have the right to feed community canines, the Delhi high court has said while observing that in exercising this right care and caution should be taken to ensure that it does not impinge upon others and causes no harassment or nuisance.
Emergency was a windfall for the RSSRediff.com25 Jun 2021
The Emergency greatly influenced the RSS' makeover from a fringe force in the Indian political imagination to one that could have its own man sworn in as prime minister in two decades' time. A riveting excerpt from Christophe Jaffrelot and Pratinav Anil's India's First Dictatorship: The Emergency, 1975-1977.
India blundered along, exactly as every other country didRediff.com23 Jun 2021
Not to say that India couldn't have handled the situation better, but on average, it didn't do anywhere near as badly as the naysayers make it out argues Rajeev Srinivasan.
A new look for your 40th birthday, Mahi?Rediff.com23 Jun 2021
Handlebar moustache and beard is Dhoni's new look...
Where is Malaika off to?Rediff.com22 Jun 2021
Rediff.com Contributing Photographer Pradeep Bandekar captures glimpses of the stars on Monday.
Malaika Recommends 5 Simple AsanasRediff.com21 Jun 2021
Reebok ambassador Malaika Arora tells you how to begin your day with the right asanas.
PIX: Sneh Rana stars as India draw one-off England TestRediff.com19 Jun 2021
Debutants Sneh Rana and Taniya Bhatia shared an unbeaten 108-run stand for the ninth wicket to secure a memorable draw for India in the one-off women's Test against England, in Bristol, on Saturday.
'People said "Please don't die"'Rediff.com17 Jun 2021
'I haven't experienced such a thing ever. It was beautiful.'
Is Xi likely to be overthrown?Rediff.com10 Jun 2021
China's presence in the international dog house is just the kind of opportunity that his opponents must be waiting for, predicts Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).
Modi govt's communication problemRediff.com8 Jun 2021
The problem lies in the fact that those in charge of telling the government's side of the story lack the three things that matter most, namely, the ability to comprehend, communication skills, and the tricks needed for good articulation, observes T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan.
Here's a sneak peak of the funniest animals this year!Rediff.com2 Jun 2021
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are back for 2021 to show that all animals have a funny bone. Now in its seventh year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards has already received thousands of entries from around the world, catching some of wildlife's funniest moments on camera. This year, the competition organisers are releasing some of the shots that have already had them howling like hyenas, to inspire both professional and amateur photographers to enter their own images before June 30, 2021. We bring you some of our favourites.
Uttarakhand: Dogs feed on Covid bodies at riverbankRediff.com1 Jun 2021
Grisly videos have emerged showing stray dogs eating human corpses at Kedar Ghat on the banks of river Bhagirathi in Uttarkashi in Uttarakhand.