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FREEZE! Animals on the ProwlRediff.com9 Sep 2021
Take a look at some of the jaw-dropping images.
Is that a painting or a sari weave?Rediff.com7 Aug 2021
Can you ever imagine seeing Shrinathji of Nathdwara in Rajasthan weaved to come alive in Jamdani? This sari is to mark the 2021 Handloom Day Special on August 7, masterfully crafted by acclaimed weaver, Lakshmana Rao Tammisetty from Andhra Pradesh, says Ranjani Govind.
Worrying! PLA advances in LadakhRediff.com21 Jul 2021
With the two armies again in a face-off at multiple points, there is apprehension of renewed clashes.
Love Guru: Will COVID end our marriage?Rediff.com24 Jun 2021
Relationship problems? Let Love Guru help.
Indian equity markets join elite list; record new all-time highsRediff.com8 Jun 2021
Domestic equity markets are in elite company. In May, Indian markets joined select developed markets (DMs) such as the US, UK and Germany to record new all-time highs. Among emerging markets (EMs), Brazil is the other market to have logged new highs this month. Asian peers such as South Korea, Taiwan and New Zealand are currently between 2 per cent and 10 per cent below their previous highs made earlier this year. The domestic markets were among the worst-performing major global markets in April amid a lethal second-wave of covid-19 infections.
Aus pacer sets up unique COVID fundraiser for IndiaRediff.com2 Jun 2021
Cricket Australia's new CEO, Nick Hockley and Todd Greenberg, the CEO of the Australian Cricketers' Association will also make an appearance.
Yaas intensifies into very severe cyclonic storm: IMDRediff.com26 May 2021
The IMD has also issued a red-coded warning alert to the Odisha and West Bengal coasts.
Bengal, Odisha evacuate lakhs of people as 'Yaas' nears coastRediff.com25 May 2021
West Bengal and Odisha have evacuated lakhs of people from vulnerable areas to safety as severe cyclonic storm 'Yaas' is nearing the coast and is expected to make landfall near Dhamra Port in Bhadrak district early on Wednesday morning.
'Yaas' likely to make landfall near Odisha port on WednesdayRediff.com25 May 2021
IMD Director General Dr Mrutyunjay Mohapatra said that 'Yaas' is likely to intensify into a Very Severe Cyclonic Storm by Tuesday evening and Chandbali is likely to witness the maximum damage caused by it.
Can Dharamsala stop PLA's Tibetan gambit?Rediff.com8 May 2021
The first priority for the new Tibetan administration in Dharamsala should be to look at Tibetan recruitment in the PLA, suggests Claude Arpi.
Why is China more and more nervous?Rediff.com14 Apr 2021
The Tibetan nation still lives under the yoke of the Chinese Communist Party, and Beijing today has a guilty conscience; this creates a great uneasiness for Xi Jinping and his colleagues observes Claude Arpi.
Biden picks Pete Buttigieg to be secretary of transportationRediff.com16 Dec 2020
The first openly gay major presidential candidate in American history, and one of the youngest-ever to win a state primary or caucus, Buttigieg, 38, is a barrier-breaking public servant from the industrial Midwest with a track record of trailblasing, forward-thinking executive leadership.
The HARD-HITTING RELEVANCE of Govind Nihalani's PartyRediff.com14 Dec 2020
Every day a Party unfolds on social media where armchair activists, politically charged influencers, trend pundits, gyaan givers and troll armies change the world in their heads but remain clueless about the nation's grassroots reality, feels Sukanya Verma.
China's plan to 'WATER BOMB' IndiaRediff.com8 Dec 2020
China plans to divert about 200 billion cubic metres of water annually from the Brahmaputra at its highest point, namely the Great Bend, where it turns into India. China's Brahmaputra dam will severely impact India, warns former senior RA&W officer and China expert Jayadeva Ranade.
How Tenet changed Dimple KapadiaRediff.com30 Nov 2020
'I was always a reluctant actor.' 'I kept putting things off and not doing them.' 'But Tenet has really changed that for me.'
India to be most consequential partner in Indo-Pacific: US ahead of 2+2 meetRediff.com21 Oct 2020
India will be the most consequential partner for the US in the Indo-Pacific this century, US Defence Secretary Mark Esper said Tuesday ahead of the 2+2 ministerial dialogue between the two countries next week. Esper on Tuesday told a Washington audience that he and the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo would be travelling to New Delhi next week for the 2+2 ministerial with their respective Indian counterparts Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.
China has deployed 60K soldiers on India's northern border: PompeoRediff.com10 Oct 2020
In an interview with Larry O'Connor, Pompeo said in his meetings with his counterparts from Japan, India and Australia, they began to develop a set of understandings and policies that can jointly take these countries to work to present a true resistance to the threats that the Chinese Communist Party poses to each of these nations.
He enriched the world with his magical voiceRediff.com25 Sep 2020
His songs were the anchor, the substratum, if you will, upon which life unfolded day after day, decade after decade -- across villages, towns, cities, and regions. Siva Sankar pays tribute to S P Balasubrahmanyam, the legendary singer who passed into the ages on Friday.
Old times back in Sri Lanka: What are India's choices?Rediff.com6 Sep 2020
Whatever its apprehensions and concerns about the regime of the Rajapaksa clan, India must be ready with unconditional assistance when Colombo asks for it. Because it will, observes Aditi Phadnis.
Covid warriors: 'This is your time to serve the world'Rediff.com3 Aug 2020
'It was a privilege to work for the country.'
Something bigger is afoot than just shifting the LAC a couple of km in LadakhRediff.com27 Jun 2020
The government must figure out what the Chinese game plan is and thwart the endgame before it is upon us, possibly in early winter, advises David Devadas.
Protests sparked by George Floyd death rage on sixth dayRediff.com1 Jun 2020
Floyd died in Minneapolis on Monday after a white police officer pinned him to the ground. Video footage showed the officer kneeling on Floyd's neck as he gasped for breath. His death has triggered nationwide protests.
COVID-19: Will low testing lead to lockdown extension?Rediff.com10 May 2020
India's curve, yet to flatten vis-a-vis countries with similar or more conservative plans to ease restrictions, still points to 'exponential growth', despite India having tested much fewer people.
'A new reality is forcing its way into our lives'Rediff.com13 Apr 2020
'From India to Indiana, there has always been a sense of hope, optimism, and goodness.'
SEE: India to Nepal: Awesome Road Trip!Rediff.com4 Feb 2020
Rediff.com's Rajesh Karkera made an 11-day road voyage across some of South Asia's most deserted, challenging, terrain, always under the gaze of the sacred, dazzling Himalaya.
The year that was: Dubious awards of 2019Rediff.com26 Dec 2019
The year has come to an end and we are looking forward to 2020. While we think back of the events that shaped the year, we couldn't help but think of these awards for these personalities.
A Motorcycle Ride from Ladakh to KashmirRediff.com25 Nov 2019
'The lush green of Kashmir was exactly like the postcards and posters I had seen growing up.'
Athletics Worlds: USA finish with three more gold on final dayRediff.com7 Oct 2019
A round-up of results from the final day of the World Athletics Championships in Doha on Sunday
Superb September in imagesRediff.com1 Oct 2019
From Hurricane Dorian to Hong Kong protests to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mega event in Houston, Texas, United States -- these are the big moments that shaped the month of September.
Nehra reckons Bumrah should play more cricketRediff.com29 Sep 2019
'He had a month's break post ODI World Cup. He didn't play white ball format and came for Test matches. But that means workload was well managed but still he had that fracture. Now can you explain why?'
World Cup, PIX: Rohit, Rahul hit tons as India crush Sri LankaRediff.com6 Jul 2019
IMAGES from the ICC World Cup match played between India and Sri Lanka at Headingley, Leeds, on Saturday
Kamala Harris surges ahead for Democratic Prez nomineeRediff.com3 Jul 2019
A rising Democratic Party star and vocal critic of President Donald Trump, Harris, if elected, would be the first woman and woman of colour to be the President of the United States.
Can Xi help resolve Trump-Kim dispute?Rediff.com25 Jun 2019
Ahead of the G-20 summit in Osaka this week, Xi has reasserted China's role as a global player, points out Dr Rajaram Panda.
'There is no such thing as a Hindu. He is a political construct'Rediff.com10 Jun 2019
In this May 2014 interview with Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/Rediff.com, the politically conscious Karnad spoke of why he is concerned about Modi coming to power.
Delhi Capitals: Also-rans to Top GunsRediff.com12 May 2019
Ricky Ponting + Sourav Ganguly + Shreyas Iyer + Kagiso Rabada + Rishabh Pant + Shikhar Dhawan + consistent team selection. Dhruv Munjal on how Delhi Capitals achieved a remarkable turnaround in IPL 2019.
8 dead as Cyclone 'Fani' slams into OdishaRediff.com3 May 2019
The storm is India's strongest tropical cyclone to make landfall in 20 years.
Roars return as Tiger takes the Masters spotlightRediff.com13 Apr 2019
Major winners Francesco Molinari, Louis Oosthuizen, Brooks Koepka, Jason Day and Adam Scott shared top spot at the Masters on Friday at the end of the second round, but it was Tiger Woods who commanded the spotlight once again at Augusta National.
Can Rita Bahuguna succeed where her father failed?Rediff.com10 Apr 2019
Sudhir Bisht recalls the battle of 1984, in which UP's strongman H N Bahuguna was felled by Bollywood superstar turned political novice Amitabh Bachchan.
When can we expect a 2nd Trump-Kim summit?Rediff.com18 Jan 2019
'Xi Jinping is keen that the second Trump-Kim summit happens soonest.' 'Kim is reported to have told Xi that he expects to achieve a result from a second summit that the international community would welcome,' points out Dr Rajaram Panda.
How smartphones are damaging your healthRediff.com18 Jan 2019
Musculoskeletal disorders were more common among students with higher smartphone use.