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DDLJ set for Broadway DebutRediff.com23 Oct 2021
After 26 years, Aditya Chopra is set to direct DDLJ again and it will mark his debut as a director on Broadway.
Joe Biden: From being one of the youngest senators to oldest US presidentRediff.com20 Jan 2021
The presidential dreams that the veteran leader from Delaware had harboured since childhood seemed all but over for a third time until he won South Carolina's Democratic Party primary on February 29 last year, forcing most rivals out of the race and making one of the most dramatic comebacks in American political history.
Biden harboured presidential dreams since childhoodRediff.com7 Nov 2020
Third time lucky is an apt phrase to describe the remarkable rise of Joe Biden, a veteran in US politics for around five decades, from being one of the youngest senators in history to the oldest American president-to-be.
List of NBA champions: Boston has won most titlesRediff.com14 Jun 2019
Here is the list of National Basketball Association champions (best-of-seven series:
Flight delayed after passenger reports professor's equations as suspiciousRediff.com8 May 2016
American Airlines confirmed on Saturday that a 30-something woman expressed suspicions about Menzio. She said she was too ill to take the Air Wisconsin-operated flight 3950.
Trump warns companies against shipping jobs overseasRediff.com4 May 2016
The real estate mogul indicated that economy and trade would be one of his major election issues this summer leading to the November presidential elections.
Facebook India's 1st employee signs off; monetisation remains a challengeRediff.com15 Feb 2016
During her tenure, Facebook's users in the country have grown from 8 million to 138 million, making India its second largest market after the US
'Can I appear for IELTS and TOEFL?'Rediff.com14 Nov 2015
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.
Want to study journalism in the US?Rediff.com27 Jun 2015
In an online chat with Get Ahead reader, overseas education consultant NNS Chandra addressed queries related to international admissions.
'How's the job market for MS graduates in the US?'Rediff.com5 Jun 2015
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra has answers to all your queries related to pursuing an education abroad.
'How can I pursue masters in the US?'Rediff.com27 Apr 2015
In an online chat with readers, overseas consultant NNS Chandra offers career advice.
Salman, Kareena start shooting for Bajrangi BhaijaanRediff.com6 Nov 2014
A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities.
It's London calling for Shah Rukh Khan's SLAM tour!Rediff.com30 Sep 2014
Here's a look at the top 10 tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities.
Sports Shorts: Davis Cup to remain annual eventRediff.com17 Sep 2014
The Davis Cup will remain an annual tournament despite persistent complaints from some players that it over-burdens an already-crowded schedule, the head of the sport's governing body said on Tuesday.
V-I-C-T-O-R-Y: 14-year-old Indian wins Spelling BeeRediff.com4 Jul 2014
Winner of 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee Sriram Hathwar in conversation with Arthur J Pais on the challenges of winning the competition.
All that you need to know about Infosys CEO Vishal SikkaRediff.com13 Jun 2014
Well-known among the Silicon Valley elite, Vishal Sikka is the first external CEO for Infy.
Fighting for diversity: A physician inspires social changeRediff.com9 Jun 2014
Presidential scholar and physicist Abhilasha Gokulan shares her journey.
5 things about Vishal Sikka who is likely to head InfosysRediff.com2 Jun 2014
A well known figure among the Silicon Valley elite, Sikka recently quit his job at SAP.
New York City Hall welcomes Nisha and UdaiRediff.com20 Mar 2014
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced the appointment of Nisha Agarwal, one of the leading advocates in the city for the immigrant communities, as commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs.
10 things you did not know about Miss America Nina DavuluriRediff.com16 Sep 2013
The new Miss America is somebody many "relate to", as she herself said after being crowned. Here's why. And a few other interesting facts you did not know about the Indian-American beauty queen.
'Fear that FDI will hurt small shops is misguided'Rediff.com3 Oct 2012
India is not able to specialise according to its natural comparative advantage, says Devashish Mitra.
Indian forest officer charged with indecent assault in USRediff.com27 Jul 2012
Senior Indian Forest Service officer Surendra Mohapatra, detained by Pennsylvania police after a woman staff at a hotel filed a complaint against him, has been charged with indecent assault and will appear in court on August 1 for his preliminary hearing.
IFS officer from Odisha detained in USRediff.com27 Jul 2012
A senior Indian Forest Service officer Surendra Prasad Mohapatra, who is in the US on a training course, has been detained by police in Pennsylvania following a woman staff's complaint of "sexual assault" at a hotel where he was staying.
Indian growth model worth emulating: USRediff.com1 Feb 2011
Indian model of growth has unleashed the true potential of its billion plus people, says US official
It's your brain that falls in love, not your heartRediff.com27 Oct 2010
Given your heart to someone? Check it out, you might have surrendered your brain too, scientists say.
He won a reality TV show to do stem cell researchRediff.com25 Oct 2010
Caezaan Keshvani participated and wona a reality Tv show that enabled him to study in the UK. He graduated earlier this year and shares his story...
The five rules of great sexRediff.com20 Oct 2009
Want to spice things up in the bedroom? Well, then turn your attention to a new book that provides tips on how to turn on your partner.
Cities store more carbon than rain forests: studyRediff.com9 Sep 2009
A new study has made a surprising find that cities trap more carbon dioxide than rain forests. According to a report in the National Geographic News, compared to tropical rain forests, cities store more carbon -- acre for acre -- in their trees, buildings, and dirt.
Another Indian American in Obama's transition teamRediff.com18 Nov 2008
Yet another young Indian American Democratic Party activist has been named for United States President-elect Barack Obama's transition team.Parag Mehta, 31, has been named the deputy director of inter-governmental affairs and public liaison of the Obama-Biden transition team, charged with outreach to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other minority groups.His appointment follows close on the heels of the appointments of two Indian Americans.
Indian epic, universal resonanceRediff.com23 Oct 2008
The Ramayana remains ever popular across the globe, and now it has gone to Broadway, finds Arthur J Pais.
'How do I apply for a MS course in the US?'Rediff.com1 Jul 2008
International education consultant Karan Gupta addresses some of the queries we recieved via e-mail.
Yes, even small companies can innovateRediff.com8 May 2008
These three seemingly mundane businesses are living proof.
Study US: No iPod, no TV, get a cell phoneRediff.com25 Feb 2008
Shailee Mehta, an ex-student of the University of Southern California, shares some useful tips for students who want to study abroad.
Sandeep Baweja on California city's schools boardRediff.com4 Oct 2007
Sandeep Baweja, an attorney with the Baweja Law Group, with offices in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County, has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the Irvine Public Schools Foundation.
Taking pix lands Indian origin student in troubleRediff.com13 Sep 2007
Security staff examined the images, deleted some of them, and photocopied Mariam Jukaku's university ID and driver's license, then asked her if she was a US citizen
Study US: 'I spent too much on clothes'Rediff.com14 Jun 2007
Six students who studied in the US share their experience with Indian students who are US bound.
Study US: 'Homesickness hits you in the face'Rediff.com14 Jun 2007
What will your first night in the US be like? What are the things you must know before you leave? Indian students who have gone abroad provide the answer.
Give everyone the same shot at the American DreamRediff.com1 Nov 2006
Interested in public policy & management?Rediff.com10 Oct 2006
The Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore, invites applications for admission to its Postgraduate Programme in Public Policy & Management, a full-time programme for mid-level civil servants.
Is getting a BA abroad a good idea?Rediff.com8 Sep 2006
Education expert Karan Gupta chats with GA readers about opportunities abroad.