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Pune and its ghosts

Pune and its ghosts

Rediff.com19 Jul 2015

We dare you to visit these five haunted places

AWESOME photographs of the month: June

AWESOME photographs of the month: June

Rediff.com1 Jul 2015

Here are some of the best photos from around the world in the month gone by...

14 killed in Bangladesh due to landslides, flashfloods

14 killed in Bangladesh due to landslides, flashfloods

Rediff.com27 Jun 2015

35 others have been injured in the landslides and flashfloods triggered by torrential rains.

Praful Bidwai's final column: Why covert ops are wrong

Praful Bidwai's final column: Why covert ops are wrong

Rediff.com25 Jun 2015

In his last column for Rediff.com, Praful Bidwai joins issues with those lauding India's covert operation against Naga rebels based in Myanmarese territory.

Amid fresh aftershocks, Nepal struggles to rebuild lives

Amid fresh aftershocks, Nepal struggles to rebuild lives

Rediff.com25 May 2015

Two tremors struck Nepal on Monday, keeping people on edge as the country struggled to rehabilitate millions.

6 hill stations in South India that you must visit

6 hill stations in South India that you must visit

Rediff.com24 May 2015

Tea and coffee estates, the smell of eucalyptus in the crisp mountain air, cool nights huddled in shawls, sylvan lake rides and mountain treks... Peace and tranquility is at hand!

Saving a legacy: Gaothans and Koliwadas

Saving a legacy: Gaothans and Koliwadas

Rediff.com26 Apr 2015

Categorising the original settlements of gaothans and koliwadas as slums, the authorities in Mumbai are keen to develop them into commercial complexes. The residents are unwilling to cede their rights. Ranjita Ganesan reports

How Kejriwal rode the anti-Modi vote

How Kejriwal rode the anti-Modi vote

Rediff.com10 Feb 2015

'Kejriwal has taken a leaf out of Modi's campaign of 2014 and improved upon it.' 'That suit will haunt Modi till he exits politics.' 'Of all the factors that favoured Kejriwal, the biggest was the arrogance and over-confidence of the Modi-Shah led BJP.' 'What the Congress could not do in the last two decades in Gujarat, Kejriwal did it in no time in Delhi.' 'The BJP has behaved exactly like the Congress in decoding Kejriwal's politics.'

Do we have the right to offend?

Do we have the right to offend?

Rediff.com10 Jan 2015

o attitudes or interpretations of the law on free speech change, depending on which religion is involved?

World's stunning college campuses

World's stunning college campuses

Rediff.com7 Jan 2015

Who would want to study in a classroom when you have such a gorgeous campus around you?

World's stunning college campuses

World's stunning college campuses

Rediff.com7 Jan 2015

Who would want to study in a classroom when you have such a gorgeous campus around you?

5 must-see places in January 2015

5 must-see places in January 2015

Rediff.com4 Jan 2015

It still isn't too late to plan your first trip of the year! Anita Rao-Kashi draws up this list.

'There has been a big rush in youngsters wanting to get into ISRO'

'There has been a big rush in youngsters wanting to get into ISRO'

Rediff.com16 Oct 2014

'The unique achievements have been made by engineers from small towns who have had a non elite upbringing and who have grown with the programme,' says R Aravamudan, one of the pioneers of the Indian space programme.

PHOTOS: Top moments of the week that was

PHOTOS: Top moments of the week that was

Rediff.com13 Oct 2014

Top 21 images of all the events of the week that was.

PHOTOS: Mangalyaan and other successful Mars missions

PHOTOS: Mangalyaan and other successful Mars missions

Rediff.com24 Sep 2014

Rediff.com takes a look at spacecraft that have successfully made it to Mars.

Have you gone on these 7 wildlife safaris?

Have you gone on these 7 wildlife safaris?

Rediff.com2 Sep 2014

Conde Nast Traveller sorted through the wish lists of wildlife enthusiasts from around the world to collate this definitive guide. How many will you cross off?

Danger in the hills

Danger in the hills

Rediff.com11 Aug 2014

Extensive anthropogenic interference, as part of developmental activities, is a significant factor that increases this hazard manifold. As a result, the landscape in the Himalayan, north-eastern regions and many other regions of India are highly susceptible to reoccurrence of landslides, says Dr Nitish Priyadarshi.

Memories of '62: Does India know China today?

Memories of '62: Does India know China today?

Rediff.com20 Mar 2014

On the title page of the Top Secret Report, Henderson-Brooks quotes the Chinese tactician Sun Tzu: 'Know yourself, know your enemy: A hundred battles, a hundred victories', says Claude Arpi, highlighting where the Indian Army and government failed to counter the Chinese attack in 1962.

The Bishop who threatens 'Jallianwalla Bagh'

The Bishop who threatens 'Jallianwalla Bagh'

Rediff.com2 Dec 2013

Mar Remegiose Inchananiyil, the Bishop of the Thamarassery diocese in Kozhikode, Kerala, told a public meeting that there would be another 'Jallianwala Bagh' in the foothills of the Western Ghats if the K Kasturirangan committee report is implemented. He spoke to Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier about the plight of the farmers and why he has taken up the issue.

Why we must salute the heroic saga of Joginder Singh

Why we must salute the heroic saga of Joginder Singh

Rediff.com23 Oct 2012

Fifty years ago this day, October 23, Subedar Joginder Singh began the battle of his life. On learning that Joginder Singh was a Param Vir Chakra awardee, the People's Liberation Army, in a mark of respect for which the Chinese are not renowned, repatriated his ashes with full military honours. No tribute can be greater than an avowal of valour by the enemy. M P Anil Kumar pays tribute to one of India's brave heroes.

MiG 29 wreckage located eight days after crash

MiG 29 wreckage located eight days after crash

Rediff.com27 Oct 2011

After an eight-day operation that saw 149 aerial sorties, the air force has located the wreckage of the MiG-29 fighter aircraft which had crashed on snow-clad mountains in Himachal Pradesh on October 19 but the fate of the pilot is not known.

YSR's chopper crash could have been averted

YSR's chopper crash could have been averted

Rediff.com4 Sep 2009

Had the pilot of late Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy's helicopter turned west instead straying 18 kilometres east of the flight path, the chopper might not have crashed or even if it had been encountering problems, could have been crash landed in paddy fields, a senior police official who was part of the team and has a lot of experience serving in the region said.

Chasing the other monsoon

Chasing the other monsoon

Rediff.com11 Jun 2009

Bijoy Venugopal takes a long, wet drive through the hills of Tamil Nadu to meet the monsoon on its way out.

Ahmadinejad says American empire ending

Ahmadinejad says American empire ending

Rediff.com24 Sep 2008

Addressing the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday hours after President George Bush spoke at the same forum, he predicted the defeat of American and NATO alliance in Afghanistan and advised the next rulers of the United States to keep "their interference" in their own borders. The people of Afghanistan, he said, are victims of efforts by NATO member states to "dominate the regions surrounding India, China and South Asia."

'We're coming to burn your house down!'

'We're coming to burn your house down!'

Rediff.com30 Jan 2008

Columnist Sidin Sunny Vadukut gives us his take on the hue and cry the Indian moral police are forever raising over minor issues.

France's Hyper President comes calling

France's Hyper President comes calling

Rediff.com24 Jan 2008

When President Chirac arrived in Mumbai in 1998, he declared: 'In India, France is not at the level where it should be.' Ten years later, it is still true. France has a role to play in India, but will Delhi and Paris will be bold enough to seize the occasion?

Why 80 is the new 30

Why 80 is the new 30

Rediff.com24 Dec 2007

Forget shuffleboard and croquet. With Americans living longer, a growing number of people are embarking on entrepreneurial second careers -- well into their 80s. So what are the real secrets to longevity, in business and in life?

Ever stayed on a coffee plantation?

Ever stayed on a coffee plantation?

Rediff.com18 Sep 2006

Kudremukh to wake up to a new dawn

Kudremukh to wake up to a new dawn

Rediff.com29 Dec 2005

Here come the laser land levelers

Here come the laser land levelers

Rediff.com7 Dec 2005

What's with Mukesh Ambani & fruits?

What's with Mukesh Ambani & fruits?

Rediff.com24 Oct 2005

Is Myanmar building secret nuke facility?

Is Myanmar building secret nuke facility?

Rediff.com23 Oct 2005

An independent website run by the 'Shan Herald Agency for News' said the project was being constructed at a 'secure site' near Maymyo.

Navy helicopter wreckage located; one survives

Navy helicopter wreckage located; one survives

Rediff.com23 Aug 2005

Naval rescuers located the wreckage of the Kamov-28 helicopter on Tuesday in the slopes of the densely forested Western Ghats, north-east of Belgaum and were pleasantly surprised to find a survivor Sandeep Singh.

Belgaum copter crash: Vital clues found

Belgaum copter crash: Vital clues found

Rediff.com22 Aug 2005

Combined search teams using advanced locating devices have found "vital clues" towards locating the crew of the crashed chopper that was lost on August 19.

Top 10 stocks in a crowded market

Top 10 stocks in a crowded market

Rediff.com8 Aug 2003

The return of the native

The return of the native

Rediff.com31 Mar 2003

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