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'There seems to be a threat every time it rains'

'There seems to be a threat every time it rains'

Rediff.com6 hours ago

'We have only ourselves to blame.' 'For selfish reasons and greed, we have obstructed many outlets, preventing the water from flowing out, be it rivers, tributaries or small drainage systems.'

11 BEAUTIFUL STORIES From Around The World

11 BEAUTIFUL STORIES From Around The World

Rediff.com6 hours ago

Aseem Chhabra lists his favourite films from the recent Toronto International Film Festival.

Former US secretary of state Colin Powell dies of Covid

Former US secretary of state Colin Powell dies of Covid

Rediff.com23 hours ago

Gen Colin Powell, former US Joint Chiefs chairman and secretary of state, has died from Covid-19 complications, his family announced on Tuesday. He was 84.

'Women are more successful in films than men'

'Women are more successful in films than men'

Rediff.com2 days ago

'Women use acting as a way to protect themselves.'

POCSO at behest of girl's family 'unfortunate': HC

POCSO at behest of girl's family 'unfortunate': HC

Rediff.com5 days ago

"Consensual sex has been in legal grey area because the consent given by minor cannot be said to be a valid consent in the eyes of law. The short question which arises is as to whether the petitioner (man) should be granted bail or not," the Delhi HC said.

ASK ANU: 'We used to be a happy couple but...'

ASK ANU: 'We used to be a happy couple but...'

Rediff.com5 days ago

In her weekly column, mental health guru Anu Krishna offers advice on how to take charge of your life.

Why Sonu Walia QUIT FILMS

Why Sonu Walia QUIT FILMS

Rediff.com5 days ago

'Everywhere, people would ask me why I had left films. They wanted to see more of me.' 'Their words were music to my ears.'

'Deepika always has criticism for me'

'Deepika always has criticism for me'

Rediff.com7 Oct 2021

'She gives me constructive criticism and makes my work even better.'

Bhima Koregaon: Outcome of a 'Larger Conspiracy'?

Bhima Koregaon: Outcome of a 'Larger Conspiracy'?

Rediff.com5 Oct 2021

Testimony presented before the Bhima Korgaon Commission over the last two months reveals the background to the violence that broke out on January 1, 2018.

What Every Indian Must Know About PM-CARES

What Every Indian Must Know About PM-CARES

Rediff.com5 Oct 2021

Rediff.com's Syed Firdaus Ashraf traces the journey of PM-CARES from its founding to finally admitting it is not a government fund.

Meet the UP principal who educates physically-challenged students

Meet the UP principal who educates physically-challenged students

Rediff.com2 Oct 2021

What was once the cause of an individual, has at present 350 teachers of different schools contributing to it.

SC reserves order in plea against Bombay HC's skin-to-skin ruling

SC reserves order in plea against Bombay HC's skin-to-skin ruling

Rediff.com30 Sep 2021

The Supreme Court Thursday reserved judgement on appeals against the Bombay High Court verdict which had held that no offence of sexual assault under the POCSO Act is made out if there is no direct 'skin-to-skin' contact between accused and the victim.

'No star could bully Hrishida'

'No star could bully Hrishida'

Rediff.com30 Sep 2021

'I joined Hrishida when I was 17.' 'He left me with a lifetime of memories.'

'Deshbhakti dhyan', 'who is a Deshbhakt': Patriotism lessons at Delhi govt schools

'Deshbhakti dhyan', 'who is a Deshbhakt': Patriotism lessons at Delhi govt schools

Rediff.com29 Sep 2021

The students will be asked to maintain a new notebook or diary as "deshbhakti diary" which will be a reflective journal to document learnings, thoughts and feelings along the journey of the Deshbhakti Curriculum and will have notes related to the homework.

Top medical body favours phased school reopening

Top medical body favours phased school reopening

Rediff.com28 Sep 2021

Evidence indicates that restoration of functioning of the education system as it was in pre-Covid times, as early as possible appears prudent in the current Indian context, they said.

Will Japan Get Its First Lady PM?

Will Japan Get Its First Lady PM?

Rediff.com28 Sep 2021

Two women are in contention to become prime minister for the first time in Japan's history -- a potential turning point for a country that ranks below Saudi Arabia in terms of female political representation, points out Rajaram Panda.

Modi-Biden talks: A call on Taliban to end terror

Modi-Biden talks: A call on Taliban to end terror

Rediff.com25 Sep 2021

In a US-India Joint Leaders' Statement issued after the first in-person bilateral meeting between US President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the White House on Friday, the two leaders underscored the importance of combating terrorism in Afghanistan.

Two more held in Dombivli gang-rape case; search on for remaining accused

Two more held in Dombivli gang-rape case; search on for remaining accused

Rediff.com24 Sep 2021

The special investigation team of Thane police has arrested two more persons from Navi Mumbai in connection with the alleged gang-rape of a 15-year-old girl, an official said on Friday.

Assam cops kill 2 during eviction drive, probe ordered

Assam cops kill 2 during eviction drive, probe ordered

Rediff.com24 Sep 2021

The public protest had erupted over the demand for rehabilitation of nearly 800 families evicted from the land they were living on for decades.

Maha horror, 15-year-old gang-raped for 8 months

Maha horror, 15-year-old gang-raped for 8 months

Rediff.com23 Sep 2021

Based on the girl's complaint, the Manpada police in Dombivli registered a case on Wednesday night against 33 persons under IPC sections 376 (rape), 376 (n) (repeated rape), 376 (d) (gang-rape), 376 (3) (rape on a woman under sixteen years of age) and provisions of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, he said.

Meet These Kids of Bollywood Villains

Meet These Kids of Bollywood Villains

Rediff.com23 Sep 2021

It's very easy to keep up with the children of Bollywood's leading heroes. But what about Bollywood's biggest villains?

Revealed: Why Arvind Swamy Quit Films

Revealed: Why Arvind Swamy Quit Films

Rediff.com23 Sep 2021

'Life should never be unidimensional.' 'While I enjoy doing films, there's still a lot more that I want to experience.'

Supporting Taliban is anti-India, be wary of their supporters: Yogi

Supporting Taliban is anti-India, be wary of their supporters: Yogi

Rediff.com22 Sep 2021

Supporting the Taliban means supporting anti-India, anti-humanity, anti-women and anti-children acts, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath said on Wednesday, cautioning people to be wary of sympathisers of the Islamic extremist group.

Kate Winslet gives YOU something to talk about

Kate Winslet gives YOU something to talk about

Rediff.com20 Sep 2021

Kate Winslet won her second Emmy for playing the role of Detective Mare Sheehan in Mare Of Easttown.

Communal rioting cases nearly doubled in 2020: NCRB

Communal rioting cases nearly doubled in 2020: NCRB

Rediff.com16 Sep 2021

The NCRB report stated that a total of 71,107 cases of 'offences against public tranquillity' were lodged across the country in 2020, an increase of 12.4 per cent over 63,262 such cases in 2019.

ED raids activist Harsh Mander's premises in Delhi

ED raids activist Harsh Mander's premises in Delhi

Rediff.com16 Sep 2021

Sources said his residence and NGO offices located in south Delhi's Vasant Kunj, Adchini and Mehrauli areas are being searched under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

India reports average 77 rape cases daily in 2020: NCRB

India reports average 77 rape cases daily in 2020: NCRB

Rediff.com15 Sep 2021

As many as 77 rape cases were reported across India on an average every day in 2020, totalling to 28,046 such incidents during the year, according to the latest National Crime Records Bureau data.

Fardeen Khan is back!

Fardeen Khan is back!

Rediff.com15 Sep 2021

'I never thought I'd be away for so long. But it happened.'

Why are US, British, Russian spy chiefs in Delhi?

Why are US, British, Russian spy chiefs in Delhi?

Rediff.com14 Sep 2021

The Western powers appear to regard Delhi as the most logical destination in the region in these extraordinary times -- as a counterpoint to the ascendance of political Islam and a rising red star over Afghanistan, observes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.

Taliban Govt: ISI Has The Last Laugh

Taliban Govt: ISI Has The Last Laugh

Rediff.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.

Will Mamata indulge Sushmita like Rahul did?

Will Mamata indulge Sushmita like Rahul did?

Rediff.com6 Sep 2021

In the Congress, Sushmita Dev enjoyed the indulgence of the Gandhi family. She has been true to them and has been graceful in her gratitude to the party that gave her unparalleled political opportunities.

Why do you hate Nehru so much? Raut asks Centre

Why do you hate Nehru so much? Raut asks Centre

Rediff.com5 Sep 2021

'Those who had no participation in the freedom struggle and creating history are keeping out one of the heroes of the independence struggle. This act, done out of political vindictiveness, is not good and shows their narrow mindset. It is an insult of each and every freedom fighter,' Raut claimed.

HC tells Delhi govt, police to reduce Afghan refugees at protest site

HC tells Delhi govt, police to reduce Afghan refugees at protest site

Rediff.com3 Sep 2021

The Delhi high court on Friday directed the Delhi government and the police to ensure that the number of Afghan nationals, protesting outside the UNHCR office in New Delhi and seeking refugee status, is suitably reduced and they strictly follow Covid-19 appropriate protocol.

The Desi Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

The Desi Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

Rediff.com2 Sep 2021

'I consider myself a pilgrim who is here to shape tomorrow.'

Afghan protestors outside UNHCR office can be Covid super spreaders: HC

Afghan protestors outside UNHCR office can be Covid super spreaders: HC

Rediff.com1 Sep 2021

The Delhi high court on Wednesday expressed concern over a large gathering of Afghan nationals protesting outside the UNHCR office and seeking refugee status, saying it could act as a super spreader of coronavirus as there is lack of adherence to Covid-19 appropriate norms.

'Cinema has to come back to theatres'

'Cinema has to come back to theatres'

Rediff.com1 Sep 2021

'That will happen and we shall overcome sooner than we expect.'

UNSC expects Taliban to adhere to commitments

UNSC expects Taliban to adhere to commitments

Rediff.com31 Aug 2021

The Council adopted the resolution proposed by France, the United Kingdom and the United States with 13 Council members voting in favour and Russia and China abstaining.

PIX: India celebrates Janmashtami

PIX: India celebrates Janmashtami

Rediff.com30 Aug 2021

A glimpse into how India celebrates the birth of Lorrd Krishna. Take a look

Covid devastated many lives; satisfied with govt schemes for kids: SC

Covid devastated many lives; satisfied with govt schemes for kids: SC

Rediff.com30 Aug 2021

The apex court said that 'satisfactory progress' has been made by the Executive in identifying children who have either become orphans or have lost one of their parents during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The BJP's Politics of Population

The BJP's Politics of Population

Rediff.com27 Aug 2021

Population is a touchy issue in India. Anybody will notice the crowded rat race we live in, notes Shyam G Menon.

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