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OUTRAGEOUS! Can you study like this?

OUTRAGEOUS! Can you study like this?

Rediff.com1 days ago

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Sony World Photography Awards 2022 Winners

Sony World Photography Awards 2022 Winners

Rediff.com14 Apr 2022

The World Photography Organisation has announced the overall winners of the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards 2022.

10 Outstanding Images from The Sony World Photography Awards

10 Outstanding Images from The Sony World Photography Awards

Rediff.com11 Apr 2022

The winners of the Open category of the 2022 Sony World Photography Awards have been revealed.

Yeh Hai India: Tiger On The Prowl?

Yeh Hai India: Tiger On The Prowl?

Rediff.com10 Apr 2022

A student with his mother walks past a mural depicting the Royal Bengal Tiger painted by Italian wildlife painter Maurizio Boshceri in collaboration with artists from the Government College of Arts in Kolkata.

Meet The Finalists, Sony World Photography Awards 2022

Meet The Finalists, Sony World Photography Awards 2022

Rediff.com7 Apr 2022

Some of the Shortlisted finalists for the Sony World Photography Awards.

Astounding Images from Sony World Photography Awards 2022

Astounding Images from Sony World Photography Awards 2022

Rediff.com5 Apr 2022

Over 340,000 images from 211 territories were submitted to the Sony World Photography Awards 2022 and over 156,000 were entered into the Professional competition - the highest number of entries in the history of the Awards.

A Walk On The Waves In Kerala

A Walk On The Waves In Kerala

Rediff.com4 Apr 2022

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What is Alia Celebrating?

What is Alia Celebrating?

Rediff.com11 Mar 2022

Hrithik goes on a drive... Raveena turns photographer... Sobhita in Shimla...

Is the Govt worried about the Himalayas?

Is the Govt worried about the Himalayas?

Rediff.com24 Feb 2022

'My belief that I could protect the Himalayas was shattered.'

Beggar accepts alms on PhonePe, Paytm

Beggar accepts alms on PhonePe, Paytm

Rediff.com16 Feb 2022

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Meet The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winners

Meet The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winners

Rediff.com10 Feb 2022

The results for the People's Choice Award for the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year are in.

KP's message on receiving PM Modi's letter...

KP's message on receiving PM Modi's letter...

Rediff.com28 Jan 2022

The PM called Pietersen a friend of India and said, "While your exploits on the cricketing field are still fresh in the memories of all of us, your connect with India and Indians is truly remarkable.

'There is an anti-BJP wave'

'There is an anti-BJP wave'

Rediff.com24 Jan 2022

'The projects that the government started to bring within Goa were totally anti-Goa and anti-people.' 'Can anyone describe a project as development when it is going to cause wanton destruction of people's houses, their surroundings and livelihoods and destruction of forests?'

'I was shocked to hear communal things from the CM'

'I was shocked to hear communal things from the CM'

Rediff.com20 Jan 2022

'TMC was calling me, AAP was also calling me.' 'But my supporters helped me realise that the people of Goa are backing the Congress this time to defeat the BJP.'

The Woman Who Chases Birds

The Woman Who Chases Birds

Rediff.com18 Jan 2022

Rathika Ramaswamy's love affair with wildlife photography began in 2003, when she took pictures of birds at the Bharatpur bird sanctuary. That love affair -- captured in her lens -- bloomed! And how!

'Collarwali', tigress who gave birth to 29 cubs, dies in Pench reserve

'Collarwali', tigress who gave birth to 29 cubs, dies in Pench reserve

Rediff.com17 Jan 2022

She had given birth to 29 cubs in eight litters during 11 years -- between 2008 and 2018 -- the officials said, adding that 25 of the 29 cubs survived.

Kerala govt publishes DPR of controversial K-Rail amid protests

Kerala govt publishes DPR of controversial K-Rail amid protests

Rediff.com16 Jan 2022

Amid protest over the proposed ambitious semi-highspeed SilverLine rail project, also known as K-Rail, the Kerala government on Saturday published the detailed project report that estimated the cost of project to be Rs 63,941 crore.

Sania, Izhaan And The Kangaroo

Sania, Izhaan And The Kangaroo

Rediff.com10 Jan 2022

Sania Mirza and her son Izhaan enjoyed their time at the Cleland Wildlife Park in Adelaide as the Indian tennis star took some time off ahead of the Australian Open.

What's Alaya dreaming about?

What's Alaya dreaming about?

Rediff.com4 Jan 2022

Bollywood stars are still in a holiday mood, either on vacation or missing recent getaways.

The BEST and WORST of 2021

The BEST and WORST of 2021

Rediff.com3 Jan 2022

A year marked by more lows than highs for Hindi cinema, here's a recap of the best and worst in 2021.

Indians Want Offbeat Travel Choices

Indians Want Offbeat Travel Choices

Rediff.com1 Jan 2022

On the itinerary: Luxury camping, tribal homestays, heritage cities.

TMC's entry perks up race for Goa Assembly polls

TMC's entry perks up race for Goa Assembly polls

Rediff.com22 Dec 2021

Elections to the 40-member Goa Assembly are due in two months. Recent visits by Banerjee, Kejriwal and Prime Minister Narendra Modi heated up things in the otherwise "susegad" atmosphere in the small state.

India can't afford a Punjab in unrest

India can't afford a Punjab in unrest

Rediff.com20 Dec 2021

The Sikhs, especially in Punjab, are already angry and frustrated, cautions Shekhar Gupta.

TMC's vote-cutting may help BJP in Goa

TMC's vote-cutting may help BJP in Goa

Rediff.com7 Dec 2021

The BJP is certain that the TMC will divide the Opposition votes, leaving it free to cruise through the polls.

Not using any community as 'vote bank': Modi in poll-bound U'khand

Not using any community as 'vote bank': Modi in poll-bound U'khand

Rediff.com4 Dec 2021

Modi said that unlike other parties that believe in keeping people weak so that their dependence on them never ends and their "crown" remains intact, the BJP believes in empowering them and making them independent.

Bhupender Yadav: Minister To Watch Out For

Bhupender Yadav: Minister To Watch Out For

Rediff.com29 Nov 2021

As a politician, Yadav is amiable and a consensus-maker, not hamstrung by dogma.

U'khand forest officials shifted over tree-felling in Corbett

U'khand forest officials shifted over tree-felling in Corbett

Rediff.com26 Nov 2021

More than two dozen officials of the Uttarakhand forest department have been transferred following allegations of large scale felling of trees and illegal constructions in Corbett Tiger Reserve's buffer zone.

The Funniest Animals You Can Meet!

The Funniest Animals You Can Meet!

Rediff.com23 Nov 2021

The funniest wildlife photography competition in the world.

104-year-old woman scores 89%!

104-year-old woman scores 89%!

Rediff.com22 Nov 2021

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4 lions at Singapore zoo test positive for COVID-19

4 lions at Singapore zoo test positive for COVID-19

Rediff.com10 Nov 2021

The country also reported 3,397 fresh COVID-19 cases, including 169 from dormitories for migrant workers.

Magsaysay awardee quits Corbett Park corruption probe

Magsaysay awardee quits Corbett Park corruption probe

Rediff.com9 Nov 2021

Sanjeev Chaturvedi said though he had investigated "hundreds" of corruption cases, never did his "very appointment to probe a case evoke the kind of nervousness, fear, confusion and apprehension as in this case".

PIX: President Kovind confers Padma awards on 73

PIX: President Kovind confers Padma awards on 73

Rediff.com8 Nov 2021

President Ram Nath Kovind presented Padma awards to 73 individuals, some posthumously, at a ceremony held in the Rashtrapati Bhavan here on Monday.

Bihar man who gifted property to elephants killed

Bihar man who gifted property to elephants killed

Rediff.com3 Nov 2021

Akhtar Imam had recently revealed that he was facing a serious threat to his life as he had gifted his property to his elephants

10 Year Old Indian Wins Top Photo Contest

10 Year Old Indian Wins Top Photo Contest

Rediff.com20 Oct 2021

The Natural History Museum's annual competition and exhibition, Wildlife Photographer of the Year has been the longest-running and most prestigious nature and wildlife photography competition that has been recognising the world's best nature photography every year since 1965.

Kerala floods put focus back on worsening situation in Western Ghats

Kerala floods put focus back on worsening situation in Western Ghats

Rediff.com19 Oct 2021

Gadgil and the report prepared by the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel (WGEEP) headed by him are back in news after over two dozen people lost their lives in landslides and flash floods in the past few days in the hilly regions of Western Ghats in central Kerala districts of Kottayam and Idukki.

'Corbett Park is a part of our history. We can't tamper with history'

'Corbett Park is a part of our history. We can't tamper with history'

Rediff.com18 Oct 2021

'Jim Corbett was a remarkable man. There's a history behind Corbett and he deserves the honour of the area being the Jim Corbett National Park.'

Jim Corbett Still Lives Here

Jim Corbett Still Lives Here

Rediff.com14 Oct 2021

With his name or without, Jim Corbett continues to live on in his home in Uttarakahand's Kaladunghi and in the jungles he loved.

'The power crisis will not last long'

'The power crisis will not last long'

Rediff.com14 Oct 2021

'This is a crisis which did not happen overnight. It was happening slowly.' 'Now we are mining very fast and this crisis won't last long.'

Jim Corbett Park may become Ramganga National Park

Jim Corbett Park may become Ramganga National Park

Rediff.com6 Oct 2021

Union minister of state for forest and environment Ashwini Kumar Choubey hinted about the change in name of India's first national park which is spread over an area of about 521 sq km.

Channi keeps 14 portfolios, Amarinder's ministers retain theirs

Channi keeps 14 portfolios, Amarinder's ministers retain theirs

Rediff.com29 Sep 2021

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Tuesday allocated portfolios to the new ministers, keeping 14 departments with himself and giving home affairs to deputy chief minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa and health to other deputy O P Soni.

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