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Djokovic back with a bang!

Djokovic back with a bang!

Rediff.com22 Feb 2022

It was Novak Djokovic's first match this year after his Australian Open hopes were dashed when he was deported following an 11-day saga revolving around his decision not to have a COVID-19 vaccination.

What Did Modi's Washington Visit Achieve?

What Did Modi's Washington Visit Achieve?

Rediff.com25 Sep 2021

The only thing that may salvage Narendra Modi's trip to the US is his meetings with CEOs, such as those of Blackstone, First Solar, Qualcomm, Adobe, and General Atomics, asserts Rajeev Srinivasan.

Good Samaritans offer hope amid Covid crisis in India

Good Samaritans offer hope amid Covid crisis in India

Rediff.com28 Apr 2021

Some people are shining through India's gravest health emergency by offering to run errands and home kitchens delivering meals to organisations and individuals stepping in to supply oxygen cylinders, oximeters

Rubina's TOP 10 Moments on Bigg Boss 14

Rubina's TOP 10 Moments on Bigg Boss 14

Rediff.com22 Feb 2021

The 33 year old won hearts, courtesy her fierce and bold personality.

Your starry predictions for 2021!

Your starry predictions for 2021!

Rediff.com22 Jan 2021

Will 2021 be better than 2020?

What Jacqueline loves about Bollywood

What Jacqueline loves about Bollywood

Rediff.com28 Apr 2020

'Hard work and talent finds its way even through the darkest tunnel.'

How Ronald Ross discovered malaria-mosquito link

How Ronald Ross discovered malaria-mosquito link

Rediff.com3 Jan 2020

'This proved that whatever was growing in the mosquito's gut was a parasite -- it was almost certainly the malarial parasite.'

When Arjun Kapoor would have told you, 'Chal jhoota'

When Arjun Kapoor would have told you, 'Chal jhoota'

Rediff.com21 May 2019

'Ishaqzaade released on May 11, 2012. It has been seven years. But if you had spoken to me on May 10, 2012, and said that I would do 13 films with so many good directors and actors, I would have said, 'Chal jhoota.''

'Chief Justice should have resigned'

'Chief Justice should have resigned'

Rediff.com9 May 2019

'These things are not forgotten, it will haunt the Supreme Court for a long time.'

How Sameera Reddy went from 102 kg to a FIT mom

How Sameera Reddy went from 102 kg to a FIT mom

Rediff.com8 May 2019

From being fat shamed to dealing with post-partum depression, the lessons she learned will inspire you too.

For me, match-fixing bigger crime than murder: Dhoni

For me, match-fixing bigger crime than murder: Dhoni

Rediff.com21 Mar 2019

Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni revealed that the sixth edition of IPL in 2013 was the darkest phase of his professional career when his team was banned for two years for its management's role in the spot-fixing scandal.

Discovered: Ayushmann, Kriti, Sushant's secret...

Discovered: Ayushmann, Kriti, Sushant's secret...

Rediff.com24 Jan 2019

Meet Bollywood's poetic souls!

2018's Top 10 Hindi Movies

2018's Top 10 Hindi Movies

Rediff.com3 Jan 2019

Sukanya Verma lists the 2018 films that impressive her.

And 2018's Best Bollywood Actors are...

And 2018's Best Bollywood Actors are...

Rediff.com3 Jan 2019

Sukanya Verma curates an impressive list.

How a movie star cheated death

How a movie star cheated death

Rediff.com12 Dec 2018

Sanjay Khan goes back in time with memories of the Mysore fire tragedy.

Sheena Bora Trial: Mekhail sees his mum for the last time

Sheena Bora Trial: Mekhail sees his mum for the last time

Rediff.com30 Aug 2018

Mekhail hopped off the bench in a hurry and turning his back to Indrani, stood at the window. Indrani ignored him too. Mekhail is getting married later this year. His mother will, of course, not be in attendance. Nor, of course, would he want her to be there, if she could.

Sanju: The Master Manipulator returns

Sanju: The Master Manipulator returns

Rediff.com5 Jul 2018

'In Sanju, Rajkumar Hirani has essentially found a Rajkumar Hirani story buried inside Sanjay Dutt's life.' 'Now if you think that's scary, sample the alternative: Perhaps Sanjay Dutt had been living his life to suit the narrative of a Rajkumar Hirani film,' says Sreehari Nair.

The general election will be the dirtiest yet

The general election will be the dirtiest yet

Rediff.com20 Jun 2018

'It promises to get much, much darker before the dawn.' 'But at least dawn has a fighting chance,' says Mitali Saran.

'The Uniform Should Be Above Religion'

'The Uniform Should Be Above Religion'

Rediff.com24 Apr 2018

'The political leadership is not realising that it is dividing the uniform on the lines of religion.' 'This will lead to anarchy.'

'Darkest day in the history of India's judiciary'

'Darkest day in the history of India's judiciary'

Rediff.com20 Apr 2018

'Even the ruling party -- if it really respects the independence of the judiciary and democracy -- should support this impeachment motion.'

A story of heartbreak and hope

A story of heartbreak and hope

Rediff.com19 Sep 2017

How glitter fought gloom.

RIP Gauri. We will not let you down

RIP Gauri. We will not let you down

Rediff.com7 Sep 2017

'That is what Gauri was, in her essence -- the principle of free, open, forthright words, made flesh.' 'And that is what was gunned down -- her words, and with them our freedom to fashion our own opinions, to frame our own thoughts, to articulate them without fear of reprisal.'

Could 2017 be a repeat of 1975?

Could 2017 be a repeat of 1975?

Rediff.com26 Jun 2017

'It would be too sweeping to say that the elites and the middle-class don't care about liberty.' 'It is just that they are always calculating the trade-offs: What's in it for me, what could it cost me?' 'To that extent, we haven't changed in 40 years,' says Shekhar Gupta.

'Koi Sardar hai? Goli se maar dalenge'

'Koi Sardar hai? Goli se maar dalenge'

Rediff.com31 Oct 2016

Jasmit Singh, 85, recalls a horrific train journey to New Delhi on the day Indira Gandhi was killed.

Lighten up your financial plans this Diwali

Lighten up your financial plans this Diwali

Rediff.com30 Oct 2016

Harjot Singh Narula lists 5 lessons Diwali teaches you about your financial future

'Trump must be stopped': Desi Americans back Clinton

'Trump must be stopped': Desi Americans back Clinton

Rediff.com9 Oct 2016

Kamala Harris, who is running for US Senate from California, said Trump's comments are "predatory and they make me sick. They are vile and Trump must be stopped".

The Man Who Changed India Forever

The Man Who Changed India Forever

Rediff.com21 Jun 2016

'Without doubt, Narasimha Rao confronted huge challenges. Yet, in the very brief period I saw him at the closest of quarters, I have to say that he was simply magnificent. A lifetime of circumspection gave way to courage.'

Must read: The Harvard grad's speech that went viral

Must read: The Harvard grad's speech that went viral

Rediff.com30 May 2016

Donovan Livingston, a master's graduate from Harvard university delivered a poetic address to the graduating class of 2016.

How the RSS plans to win Assam for the BJP

How the RSS plans to win Assam for the BJP

Rediff.com11 Apr 2016

The real brilliance of this RSS campaign, therefore, lies in building a dominant power base with, and for, a mostly non-RSS leadership. That is why the rise of the BJP in Assam is their stand-out victory, says Shekhar Gupta.

'Emergency was a time when everyone was scared'

'Emergency was a time when everyone was scared'

Rediff.com26 Jun 2015

Veteran journalist Coomi Kapoor, whose book came out recently, speaks to Sheela Bhatt/Rediff.com about Independent India's darkest phase.

'Emergency was the darkest phase of India,' says Jaitley

'Emergency was the darkest phase of India,' says Jaitley

Rediff.com24 Jun 2015

According to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who spent 19 months in prison during the 1975 Emergency imposed by the then prime minister Indira Gandhi, it is not possible for anybody to convert a democratic India into a "dictatorship" in this day and age.

India contributes $260,000 for memorial at UN

India contributes $260,000 for memorial at UN

Rediff.com26 Mar 2015

India has contributed USD 260,000 for a permanent memorial unveiled at the UN headquarters to honour the victims of slavery and transatlantic slave trade.

Read: Prez Obama's address to the people of India at Siri Fort

Read: Prez Obama's address to the people of India at Siri Fort

Rediff.com27 Jan 2015

Full transcript of President Obama's speech at the Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi.

Senorita, bade bade deshon mein... Top quotes from Obama's town hall speech

Senorita, bade bade deshon mein... Top quotes from Obama's town hall speech

Rediff.com27 Jan 2015

US president wows the 2,000 people at Siri Fort

'We assist to bankrupt ideology of violent extremism everywhere'

'We assist to bankrupt ideology of violent extremism everywhere'

Rediff.com21 Jan 2015

In his penultimate State of the Union address, Barack Obama said that the economy is improving.

Laid off? 10 things you need to do right away!

Laid off? 10 things you need to do right away!

Rediff.com15 Jan 2015

Management guru Virender Kapoor tells you just what you need to do!

Layoff Lessons: 'They don't scare me anymore'

Layoff Lessons: 'They don't scare me anymore'

Rediff.com13 Jan 2015

Two professionals -- from aviation and jewellery industry -- share their stories and lessons they learned from the pink slips they got.

40 years in Eternal India

40 years in Eternal India

Rediff.com19 Dec 2014

Often when I meet a new Indian friend, who is not aware of my background, he exclaims: "So many years in India! but why, why? I can't understand! My dream is to go to the States or Europe and you are living in 'this' country!" Claude Arpi, who was born a Frenchman, looks back on his 40 years in India.

'No religion tells you to kill children'

'No religion tells you to kill children'

Rediff.com17 Dec 2014

A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities.

When doomsday was upon Bhopal

When doomsday was upon Bhopal

Rediff.com3 Dec 2014

Sanjeeb Mukherjee, who was eight years old when the deadly gas leaked from Union Carbide's factory, gives his account of living in the city during that fateful period

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