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Sikh student stabbed to death in WashingtonRediff.com2 Sep 2017
The stabber was upset over not getting admission into a university.
Naked man vandalises Gurdwara in WashingtonRediff.com4 Mar 2016
Deputies say that Pittman was arrested early Thursday morning wearing nothing but a sheet taken from the temple's furnishings. He was also holding the gurdwara's ceremonial sword.
SHOCKER! 2-year-old boy accidentally kills mother in US storeRediff.com31 Dec 2014
In a tragic incident, a two-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his mother after taking a gun from her purse while she was shopping at a Walmart store in the United States.
Sensex ends at 27,098 ahead of F&O expiry, Fed meet outcomeRediff.com29 Oct 2014
US stocks rose more than 1% on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 coming less than 2% below its record peak set last month.
Jubilant acquires DRAXIS for $225 mnRediff.com5 Apr 2008
Leading contract drug maker Jubilant Organosys on Friday announced the acquisition of Canadian speciality drug company DRAXIS Health for $255 million (around Rs 1020 crore). The board of DRAXIS has given its unanimous approval and the transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of 2008 after the necessary shareholder and court approvals.
NRI wins top prize in medical reportingRediff.com18 Sep 2007
Anand also authored a book The Cure: How A Father Raised $100 Million and Bucked the Medical Establishment in a Quest to Save his Children in 2006.
How to network without saying a wordRediff.com3 May 2007
Often, getting ahead in the game means knowing what messages you're sending before you open your mouth
Jubilant buys US firm for $138mRediff.com25 Apr 2007
Hollister, which posted an annual turnover of $55 million in 2006, has been posting 40 per cent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the last four years.
World's not running out of oil: ExpertRediff.com20 Oct 2006
A University of Washington economic geologist has said that the world is not running out of oil or other mineral resources as is widely believed.