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MBA courses that may get you a JOB

MBA courses that may get you a JOB

Rediff.com23 hours ago

If you are serious about your future, here are some MBA programmes and short courses you can consider, advises Arun Jagannathan is co-founder and CEO, CrackVerbal.

Do you own these stocks? EXIT them NOW

Do you own these stocks? EXIT them NOW

Rediff.com1 days ago

Ajit Mishra, vice president, Research, Religare Broking, answers your queries.

Shut up! Dutch PM tells cheering soccer fans

Shut up! Dutch PM tells cheering soccer fans

Rediff.com1 days ago

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte hit out at fans who sing and cheer at soccer matches

There's more to bank frauds than meets the eyes

There's more to bank frauds than meets the eyes

Rediff.com1 days ago

A common feature in India is the lag between the occurrence of frauds and the time they are actually reported.

London Confidential review

London Confidential review

Rediff.com1 days ago

At 70 minutes long, London Confidential is a crisp watch, notes Joginder Tuteja.

Making losses in stocks? Here's help

Making losses in stocks? Here's help

Rediff.com2 days ago

Ajit Mishra, vice president, Research, Religare Broking, answers your queries

IPL 2020: Disney-Star may earn Rs 20 billion

IPL 2020: Disney-Star may earn Rs 20 billion

Rediff.com3 days ago

95 per cent of advertising inventory has been sold on television and 18 on-air sponsors have been signed up so far, the highest for any season.

More than 1,000 listed firms file Q1 numbers in Sep

More than 1,000 listed firms file Q1 numbers in Sep

Rediff.com5 days ago

As a result, the deadline for filing June quarter results ends on August 15. However, only 1,538 companies out of the 4,000-odd listed firms managed to declare their results within the usual deadline.

Time to end DRDO's monopoly on defence research

Time to end DRDO's monopoly on defence research

Rediff.com5 days ago

We must seize the opportunity provided by the COVID-19 crisis to kick-start indigenous research efforts, recommends Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).

IPL 2020: Meet the Chennai Super Kings

IPL 2020: Meet the Chennai Super Kings

Rediff.com6 days ago

Rajneesh Gupta presents the Chennai Super Kings record in the IPL over the years.

'Tokyo Olympics to decide COVID-19 counter-measures'

'Tokyo Olympics to decide COVID-19 counter-measures'

Rediff.com7 days ago

Tokyo officials have said they intend to put on the Games in 2021 even if the pandemic has not eased substantially.

Court contempt must be limited to disobeying orders

Court contempt must be limited to disobeying orders

Rediff.com14 Sep 2020

Contempt should be restricted to the disobedience of orders and rulings. Any failure to obey the court in a dispute that doesn't involve it should alone invite contempt proceedings, observes T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan.

Hamilton on brink of Schumacher record after three-in-one win

Hamilton on brink of Schumacher record after three-in-one win

Rediff.com14 Sep 2020

The Briton's latest victory, in a Tuscan Grand Prix that was twice red-flagged and re-started, left him one shy of the Ferrari great -- a record once held up as a milestone to withstand the test of time.

COVID-19: Senior MPs keen on skipping Parliament

COVID-19: Senior MPs keen on skipping Parliament

Rediff.com11 Sep 2020

With 200 MPs out of 785 above the age of 65, there is a serious shadow of COVID-19 looming over the monsoon session Of Parliament.

Can you help this Indian make aviation history?

Can you help this Indian make aviation history?

Rediff.com11 Sep 2020

Can you help this Indian achieve aviation history?

Unseen photos from the 9/11 terror attack clean-up

Unseen photos from the 9/11 terror attack clean-up

Rediff.com11 Sep 2020

A casual clearance sale purchase has yielded a cache of remarkable photos never publicly seen before, all depicting the clean up operation in New York following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. The images, taken from overhead and on the ground, show workers and heavy machinery moving rubble from the base of the World Trade Center in the days and weeks following 9/11. The photographer is believed to be a man who was one of many tasked with cleaning up the site. Jason Scott, an American archivist and historian, said on Twitter he was given a cache of about 2,400 photos found on rotting CDRs. He then made them public on photo-sharing site Flickr.

Rafale induction sends big, bold message: Rajnath

Rafale induction sends big, bold message: Rajnath

Rediff.com10 Sep 2020

"Rafale's induction in the air force is an important and historical moment and it is a matter of pride for us to be witness to this moment. I congratulate the Armed Forces, and all countrymen on this occasion. The induction of Rafale in IAF's fleet shows the strong relations between India and France. India and France have been economic, cultural and strategic partners since long. Our faith in strong democracy and a wish for world peace are the basis of our relation," Singh said at the induction ceremony being held at the IAF airbase in Ambala.

Why Dhoni is so excited about Rafales

Why Dhoni is so excited about Rafales

Rediff.com10 Sep 2020

Territorial Army Honorary Lieutenant Colonel Mahendra Singh Dhoni couldn't hide his excitement after five Rafale fighter jets were formally inducted into the Indian Air Force.

Rafales are here! Know about IAF's game-changer

Rafales are here! Know about IAF's game-changer

Rediff.com10 Sep 2020

Here's your guide to know about India's much-awaited aircraft.

Loan recast: Little impact on retail, media, food services industries

Loan recast: Little impact on retail, media, food services industries

Rediff.com9 Sep 2020

Analysts say large firms in these segments don't need loan recast due to the efficient manner in which many of them operate.

Rhea Chakraborty and India's drug of choice

Rhea Chakraborty and India's drug of choice

Rediff.com9 Sep 2020

The hounding of Rhea Chakraborty in the Sushant Singh Rajput case is a drug that is being carefully pumped into India's veins to make it comfortably numb as it is wracked by economic ruin and disease, notes Sumit Bhattacharya.

MF investments for moderate risk takers

MF investments for moderate risk takers

Rediff.com9 Sep 2020

Omkeshwar Singh, Head, Rank MF, a mutual fund investment platform, answers your queries.

Covid-19 woes: Younger families financially most vulnerable

Covid-19 woes: Younger families financially most vulnerable

Rediff.com8 Sep 2020

70 per cent of surveyed respondents have experienced job related issues in the past 3 months.

BPCL privatisation move make workers jittery

BPCL privatisation move make workers jittery

Rediff.com8 Sep 2020

Older workers are headed for the VRS exit in larger-than-expected numbers even as unrest stirs over unrevised wage settlements.

What Chinese army is up to at the LAC

What Chinese army is up to at the LAC

Rediff.com8 Sep 2020

Indian Army officers are convinced China is maintaining the pretence of dialogue and negotiations in order to create the opportunity to occupy more Indian territory. Senior Indian planners apprehend this might be a Chinese ploy to divert attention from Depsang, in Northern Ladakh, which might be China's actual target.

Are your MFs giving desired returns?

Are your MFs giving desired returns?

Rediff.com7 Sep 2020

Omkeshwar Singh, Head, Rank MF, a mutual fund investment platform, answers your queries.

Indian, China brigade commander-level talks inconclusive

Indian, China brigade commander-level talks inconclusive

Rediff.com6 Sep 2020

The sources said the Indian Army has been on a very high level of alert and is ready to deal with any eventuality in the area.

Tour de France: Roglic takes control; Bernal waiting for his moment

Tour de France: Roglic takes control; Bernal waiting for his moment

Rediff.com6 Sep 2020

The Slovenian played it safe on the last climb of the day but it was enough for him to move to the top of the standings in a ninth stage won by Tour debutant Pogacar.

Can Gondal's FAU-G tackle PUBG's withdrawal pangs?

Can Gondal's FAU-G tackle PUBG's withdrawal pangs?

Rediff.com5 Sep 2020

According to nCore Games, FAU-G will be based on real scenarios encountered by the Indian security forces to deal with both domestic and foreign threats, with its first level set against the Galwan Valley backdrop. The start-up is planning to monetise the venture through in-game purchase where people will be able to buy better items in the game like better armour for an enhanced gaming experience.

With 2,914 new COVID cases, Delhi records highest spike in cases in 69 days

With 2,914 new COVID cases, Delhi records highest spike in cases in 69 days

Rediff.com4 Sep 2020

A senior Delhi government official when asked about the spiralling number of COVID-29 cases, and whether there could be another lockdown, however, said, cases have increased as testing has been ramped up, "so, it is not that cases are rising alarmingly, and hence there is no chance of going back to lockdown".

A soldier's life on the icy cliffs of Ladakh

A soldier's life on the icy cliffs of Ladakh

Rediff.com4 Sep 2020

'The Pangong Tso lake is frozen from September-October to February-March. The windchill factor is phenomenal. The night temperature goes to minus 40. The area is like a barren desert. You are out in the open with no trees or bushes to take cover.'

V: 'A mix of Seven and Deewar'!

V: 'A mix of Seven and Deewar'!

Rediff.com4 Sep 2020

'We haven't seen films like these in the Telugu film industry.'

Mutual funds you must buy, hold or exit

Mutual funds you must buy, hold or exit

Rediff.com4 Sep 2020

Omkeshwar Singh, Head, Rank MF, a mutual fund investment platform, answers your queries.

IAF chief reviews operational preparedness along LAC

IAF chief reviews operational preparedness along LAC

Rediff.com4 Sep 2020

Air Chief Marshal Bhadauria asked the air warriors to maintain a very high-level of alertness considering the evolving situation in Pangong lake region in eastern Ladakh following China's unsuccessful attempts to occupy certain strategic points in the area, the officials said on Thursday.

'Supreme Court has not given clean chit to PM-CARES'

'Supreme Court has not given clean chit to PM-CARES'

Rediff.com3 Sep 2020

'PM-CARES money is for the relief of citizens, so what is the secrecy then?' 'Why will it harm anyone if it is revealed where the money came from and where it is going?' 'What is there to hide?'

India bolsters presence in Pangong lake area; military talks inconclusive

India bolsters presence in Pangong lake area; military talks inconclusive

Rediff.com2 Sep 2020

The sources also said another round of military talks between the two sides on Wednesday to defuse tensions in the area remained inconclusive. The talks lasted nearly seven hours.

How Sonu Sood became India's Superman

How Sonu Sood became India's Superman

Rediff.com2 Sep 2020

'Ek ghante ke andar humare paas 78,000 calls aaye.' '78,000!'

Amid tension, India, China hold fresh round of talks

Amid tension, India, China hold fresh round of talks

Rediff.com2 Sep 2020

The two sides held talks on Tuesday as well but it could not produce any tangible outcome, the sources said.

Is there a way out of the gloom and doom?

Is there a way out of the gloom and doom?

Rediff.com2 Sep 2020

'The government has said it has kept its powder dry to fight the true battle against the debilitating influence of the pandemic.' 'The release of the shocking economic data this week should act as the fuse for using that powder now.' 'Further delays will make the battle that much harder,' notes Shreekant Sambrani.

India further strengthens presence in Pangong lake area

India further strengthens presence in Pangong lake area

Rediff.com1 Sep 2020

They said the Indian Army has further bolstered its presence around the Southern Bank area of Pangong lake by deploying additional troops and bringing in more weaponry including tanks and anti tank guided missiles.

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