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2021 iPhone Photography AwardsRediff.com30 Jul 2021
Sharan Shetty from India wins 1st Place as Photographer of the Year in the 14th Annual iPhone Photography Awards 2021.
How India's FIRST feature film was madeRediff.com22 May 2021
At a time when many women were forbidden by their caste-conscious families from taking up acting assignments in an industry not deemed respectable, Phalke wanted to cast his wife as the female lead in Raja Harishchandra.
Manchester, Silicon Valley...Rediff.com12 May 2021
Why do Innovation Revolutions happen outside India, asks Ajit Balakrishnan.
Will Bengal give Didi a third term?Rediff.com10 Mar 2021
Will appeasement, rising unemployment and her dictatorial style become major obstacles in her path? asks Payal Singh Mohanka.
When the IAF trained Pakistani pilots!Rediff.com17 Feb 2021
Air Commodore Nitin Sathe discovers how the IAF trained Pakistani air force pilots, during the 1971 War, which led to the birth of the Bangladesh air force.
FULL TEXT: President's address to ParliamentRediff.com29 Jan 2021
Here's the full text of President Ram Nath Kovind's customary address to the joining sitting of Parliament on the first day of the budget session.
Team India's 'character' applauded after historic win at MCGRediff.com30 Dec 2020
'Rahane led the side brilliantly, bowlers were relentless but the biggest positive is the performance of two debutants. Both of them were confident and not overawed by the big occasion. Strength of Indian cricket is their strong bench strength'
ISRO successfully launches earth observation satelliteRediff.com7 Nov 2020
This is the first mission by the Indian Speace Research Organisation this year.
Landscape Photographer of the Year: Stunning photos across UKRediff.com22 Oct 2020
These incredible photos show some of the spectacular scenes captured by photographers as part of the annual Landscape Photographer of the Year competition. Photographers from across the United Kingdom submitted images from wildlife to stormy waves, as well as cityscapes and 'winter wonderland' style scenes. The overall winner of the 2020 competition, whose photo stands in pride of place on the first page of the book, was Chris Frost, whose early-morning shot of Woolland Woods in Dorset shows a blanket of mist rolling over a bank of white wild garlic.
Mission Accomplished: When IAF Made HistoryRediff.com15 Jun 2020
'No aeroplane in the world has been designed to switch off its engines above 14,500 feet.' 'Thanks to a lot of practice, we were able to execute a flawless landing at DBO at 0900 hours on 31st May, creating history.'
Trump threatens to use military to quell violent protests across USRediff.com2 Jun 2020
Trump also said all Americans were "rightly sickened and revolted by the brutal death" of Floyd, and asserted that justice will be served.
99-yr-old war veteran in UK raises 13 mn with garden walkRediff.com17 Apr 2020
Captain Tom Moore had resolved to complete 100, 25m laps before he turned 100 at the end of April. The 99-year-old, who has captured the imagination of the public with his heroics, finished the last few steps of his 2,530-yard walk at his home in the village of Marston Moretaine in Bedfordshire with a beaming smile.
How New Zealand restored pride by thrashing India in 1st TestRediff.com24 Feb 2020
New Zealand pace spearheads exploited a tricky Basin Reserve wicket to bowl India out for under 200 twice with Jamieson's height and delivery angle providing plenty of problems.
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.
Champions League: Defending champs Liverpool beaten; Dortmund winRediff.com19 Feb 2020
Liverpool were beaten 1-0 away to Atletico Madrid in their last-16 first leg on Tuesday.
Bumrah, Shami get cracking for NZ first TestRediff.com15 Feb 2020
Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami gave an exhibition of high-quality fast bowling on Saturday, on Day 2 of India's warm-up match against New Zealand XI, sending a warning signal for the home team ahead of first Test in Wellington.
Tata group stronger, more resilient and future ready: Chandra to employeesRediff.com30 Dec 2019
With all of the heavy lifting we have done over the past few years, I am confident that we are now well positioned to build on the Tata Group's unique legacy to steer the 21st century towards a more sustainable, connected, inclusive and efficient future: Chandra in email to staff.
Boxing Day Test PHOTOS: Smith strikes a blow against New ZealandRediff.com26 Dec 2019
IMAGES from the 1st Test played between Australia and New Zealand in Melbourne on Thursday
A year of Shaktikanta Das: The hits & misses as RBI guvRediff.com11 Dec 2019
The career bureaucrat-turned-central banker walked into the 19th floor corner room of the Reserve Bank on December 12, 2018. Since February 2019, the Das-led RBI has cut the repo rate by a whopping 135 basis points to support the sagging growth, including an unprecedented 35 bps reduction in August. As he completes one year at the helm, woes in the NBFC sector, overall health of the banking sector and steeply falling economic growth are among the major challenges that needs to be tackled sooner than later.
Soccer Extras: Rapinoe wins Sports Illustrated's top prizeRediff.com9 Dec 2019
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field
Does China have much to celebrate these days?Rediff.com16 Oct 2019
'The leadership is confronted with an economy growing at its slowest pace in 20 years,' points out Claude Smadja.
Sheena Bora Trial: The glow is back on Indrani!Rediff.com31 Aug 2019
Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.
FULL TEXT of PM Modi's I-Day addressRediff.com15 Aug 2019
Following is the full text of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the 73rd Independence Day.
When iPhone photos become works of artRediff.com31 Jul 2019
In the hands of skilled photographers, smartphones are capable of producing works of art - as these stunning images show. Now in its twelfth year, the iPhone Photography Awards competition aims to find the best photographs taken using just an iPhone. Every year since it was founded in 2007, the IPPAWARDS has selected the very best shots among thousands submitted by iPhone photographers from more than 140 countries around the world. This year's grand prize went to Gabriella Cigliano for a mesmerising image shot on an iPhone X of two young girls in Tanzania. Scroll down to take a look at the stunning photos that made the cut.
Hungarian teen smashes Phelps record, Peaty does doubleRediff.com24 Jul 2019
At 19, Milak is the youngest winner of the 200 butterfly since Phelps triumphed as an 18-year-old in 2003, the second of the American great's five world titles in the event.
What's so obscene about Kabir Singh?Rediff.com19 Jul 2019
'By ruffling dignified feathers, and by polarising its audience, Kabir Singh has put movies and art back into our public discourse,' says Sreehari Nair.
Trump's wake up call for IndiaRediff.com11 Jul 2019
'From the Indian perspective, Trump's invitation to Imran Khan to visit the White House is a bitter pill to swallow,' points out Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
Wimbledon PIX: Big Three, Serena in quarters; Barty oustedRediff.com9 Jul 2019
Images from the matches played at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, in Wimbledon, London, on Monday.
French Open PIX: Del Potro pushed to the limit by NishiokaRediff.com31 May 2019
A summary of Thursday's play at the French Open.
What the Notre Dame could now look likeRediff.com14 May 2019
Renowned green architect Vincent Callebaut has published his concept for the reconstruction of Notre-Dame Cathedral. Titled Palingenesis, which means rebirth, Callebaut's Notre-Dame concept aims to unite spirituality, art, and science.
Balakot strike is a game changer with PakistanRediff.com29 Mar 2019
'With the Balakot strike, India has now established a precedent for response to any new terrorist attack engineered by Pakistan.' 'This will stay irrespective of who wins the coming elections,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).
Football Extras: US women's soccer players sue federation for gender discriminationRediff.com9 Mar 2019
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field.
Winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year are a visual feastRediff.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.
Aus Open PIX: Nadal, Federer, Kerber cruise; Masha downs WozniackiRediff.com18 Jan 2019
Images from Day 5 of the Australian Open in Melbourne on Friday.
The HOTTEST jobs of 2019Rediff.com16 Jan 2019
Automation, artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency and virtual reality would demand more jobs.
TCS buys digital design firm W12 Studios, its 1st acquisition in 5 yearsRediff.com2 Nov 2018
W12 Studios will be part of TCS Interactive, further strengthening the already impressive array of creative and experience services it offers
Ex-AAP strategist Shefali Misra to join Uber as head of public policyRediff.com12 Sep 2018
Ex-AAP strategist Shefali Misra to join Uber as head of public policy
PHOTOS: India's bowlers lead fightback on Day 1 of Oval TestRediff.com8 Sep 2018
England's Alastair Cook fell short of a dream farewell century as India's bowlers roared back to leave the hosts reeling on 198-7 at stumps on Day 1 of the fifth and final Test at The Oval on Friday.
The Dravidian braveheart rests at last...Rediff.com7 Aug 2018
In Muthuvel Karunanidhi's passing, Tamil Nadu has lost the last of its Titans.
Yogi's pet projects: Tall promises, slow deliveryRediff.com13 Jul 2018
Beyond announcements and optics, key projects have hardly moved under the Yogi government, reports Virendra Singh Rawat.