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Djokovic ends year at No.1 for record eighth timeRediff.com3 hours ago
Twenty four time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic closed the 2023 ATP season by clinching the year-end No. 1 spot for a record-extending eighth time.
In a first, ex-royals fail to retain turfs in ChhattisgarhRediff.com1 days ago
For the first since the formation of Chhattisgarh in 2000, the new assembly will not have any MLA belonging to erstwhile royal families as all seven candidates fielded by the Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party, and the Aam Aadmi Party bit dust.
Behind the BJP's star show in Chhattisgarh: Almost 14% surge in votesRediff.com1 days ago
A string of populist promises, including extension of the free ration scheme announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Mahadev betting app issue and the Hindutva card are among key factors that have catapulted the Bharatiya Janata Party to power in Chhattisgarh after five years.
Bhupesh Baghel wins his seat, but loses ChhattisgarhRediff.com1 days ago
The Congress leader, who resigned as the chief minister Sunday night, emerged victorious in the Patan assembly seat, defeating BJP candidate Vijay Baghel by 19,723 votes in the state assembly elections held last month.
Rs 2,000 notes totalling Rs 9,760 cr still with the public: RBIRediff.com4 days ago
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday said nearly 97.26 per cent of the Rs 2,000 bank notes have been returned to the banking system, and only about Rs 9,760 crore worth of the notes are still with the public. On May 19, the RBI announced the withdrawal of Rs 2,000 denomination bank notes from circulation. "The total value of Rs 2,000 bank notes in circulation, which amounted to Rs 3.56 lakh crore as at the close of business on May 19, 2023 when the withdrawal of Rs 2,000 bank notes was announced, has declined to Rs 9,760 crore as at the close of business on November 30, 2023," the RBI said in a statement.
What Does Ranjan Pai's Re-Entry Mean For Byju's?Rediff.com4 days ago
'Considering Pai is putting his own personal money in Byju's, stakeholders in the company can look forward to more governance and transparency.'
Be Careful About Festival Loan OffersRediff.com4 days ago
'Look not just at the interest rate but also the processing fee.'
Madhya Pradesh Assembly Met 16 Days Annually In Current TermRediff.com4 days ago
In 2022, Rajasthan met for 30 days, Chhattisgarh 18 days, MP and Mizoram for 15 each, and Telangana for 10 days.
RIL, ICICI, Infy to draw highest flows on US retirement fund switchRediff.com5 days ago
The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board's (FRTIB), one of the US government's main retirement funds, decision to change the benchmark index for gaining international exposure will channel $3.6 billion (Rs 30,000 crore) inflows into domestic equities. India has a weightage of 5.3 per cent, seventh-most in the new MSCI ACWI IMI ex USA ex China ex Hong Index, which FRTIB now plans to use. India isn't part of the current developed markets-dominated MSCI EAFE index that the pension fund uses.
Why Rani And Kajol Grew DistantRediff.com5 days ago
Mohnish Singh brings you some surprising revelations from an entertaining episode.
Ultra-Processed Foods Are Bad For YouRediff.com6 days ago
Even a few servings of ultra-processed foods can contribute significantly to your daily calorie intake, warns dietician Rachel Anthony.
From Godrej to Tata, India Inc begins breaking the diversity mouldRediff.com7 days ago
In a move towards gender inclusion, Tamil Nadu has partnered Godrej Consumer Products (GCPL) to offer a 5 per cent job reservation for LGBTQAI+ and people with disabilities at GCPL's upcoming fast-moving consumer goods manufacturing unit in Thiruporur in Chengalpattu district. According to industry experts and activists, while companies acknowledge transgender communities, this is the first time the entire spectrum of gender minorities, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning (one's sexual or gender identity), asexual and intersex, is receiving such a notable share of job participation in the private sector while signing memoranda of understanding with states.
Patnaik's close aide VK Pandian formally joins BJDRediff.com27 Nov 2023
The 2000-batch IAS officer, who sparked several controversies and was accused of violating the service rule, had taken voluntary retirement from government service on October 23 this year.
More than 1.7 lakh security personnel deployed as Rajasthan votesRediff.com25 Nov 2023
Union Minister of State Kailash Chaudhary was among the first to cast his vote, exercising his franchise in Balotra.
Rajasthan all set for battle royale todayRediff.com25 Nov 2023
Rajasthan is all set to vote on Saturday to elect members of a new assembly with the Bharatiya Janata Party aiming to unseat the ruling Congress, which is fighting hard to change the trend of alternate governments in the state.
Former West Indies player Samuels banned for 6 yearsRediff.com23 Nov 2023
Marlon Samuels was found guilty of breaching the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) Anti-Corruption Code while playing in the Abu Dhabi T10 league in 2019.
'How can I earn Rs 2 lakh per month after retirement?'Rediff.com23 Nov 2023
rediffGURU Dev Ashish answers your personal finance and mutual fund queries.
Is Screen Time Affecting Your Child's Brain?Rediff.com22 Nov 2023
Screen time, referring to the time children spend watching television or playing computer games, was found to impact the development of executive functions of brain such as working memory, planning and responding flexibly to changing situations.
'Markets may experience turbulence'Rediff.com22 Nov 2023
'...similar to the 2008 global financial crisis, the 2012 taper tantrum, or the 2018 midcap crash.' 'This could lead to a substantial decline in activity and revenues for the broking industry.' 'When this will happen is uncertain, but as brokers, we must be prepared for such a downturn.'
Heroic missions: From 1989 Op Raniganj to Thai cave rescueRediff.com21 Nov 2023
Arguably the 'most talked about' rescue mission in recent years, the story of a Thai youth soccer team and their coach trapped in the Tham Luang Cave, prompting a global rescue effort, gripped the world.
'Modi shouldn't have entered Indian dressing room'Rediff.com21 Nov 2023
'Would @narendramodi allow his supporters to come and console or congratulate him in his bedroom, dressing room or the toilet?'
'Israel like James Bond has a licence to kill'Rediff.com21 Nov 2023
'But unlike Bond who killed an individual, Israel is killing a nation.'
Funding winter for Indian startups likely to end by MarchRediff.com20 Nov 2023
Funding winter for Indian startups likely to end by March: Experts Investors attending the TiE Global Summit (TGS) exuded confidence that funding winter for Indian startups will end by March but said budding entrepreneurs seeking funds must come up with credible plans to generate returns on investments, as fancy valuations will no longer impress global fund managers. Funding winter, which refers to the drying up of funds for startups, remained the overarching theme at the recently concluded TGS 2023, the eighth edition of the flagship event organised by TiE.
Australia's victory in Ahmedabad caps the best World Cup win: VaughanRediff.com20 Nov 2023
Former England captain Michael Vaughan rated Australia's World Cup triumph as the best in the tournament's history after they upstaged a rampaging India in front of a vociferous crowd.
Dhoom director Sanjay Gadhvi dies at 56Rediff.com19 Nov 2023
Gadhvi, who was three days shy of his 57th birthday, is best known for helming two blockbuster hits in the Yash Raj Films' Dhoom franchise -- Dhoom (2004) and Dhoom 2 (2006).
Euro Qualifiers: France demolish 10-man Gibraltar; Dutch qualifyRediff.com19 Nov 2023
The 2024 European Championship will be held in Germany from June 14-July 14. Following are the teams who have qualified for the tournament:
HAL, GE to co-produce fighter jet engines in IndiaRediff.com18 Nov 2023
The HAL and GE from the US would be producing these engines jointly in a facility in India.
Demonetisation: Why Did RBI Protect Modi?Rediff.com17 Nov 2023
Events proved that on every count the RBI had accurately predicted both the damage and the lack of benefit. What the RBI was hiding was the fact that Modi had ignored its concerns -- all of which turned out to be true -- and gone ahead anyway, asserts Aakar Patel.
The Complete Hotelier And Host ExtraordinaireRediff.com17 Nov 2023
Shreekant Sambrani remembers P R S 'Biki' Oberoi, personal friend and hospitality icon, who passed into the ages this week.
Iran plotted Oct 7 Hamas attacks because ...: Isaraeli Prez HerzogRediff.com17 Nov 2023
Herzog further claimed that Iran is supporting the "terror machine" by providing billions of dollars aiming to undermine the regional situation.
From Lambretta to Aamby Valley Project: Rise and fall of Subrata RoyRediff.com16 Nov 2023
The story of Sahara India Pariwar founder Subrata Roy, who died in Mumbai on November 14 aged 75, is the stuff of movies - of a spectacular rise and an equally spectacular fall. Born in Araria, Bihar, Roy was 30 when he set up Sahara in 1978. He started with a capital of about Rs 2,000, a peon, a clerk and his father's Lambretta scooter in Gorakhpur, eastern Uttar Pradesh, writes Tamal Bandyopadhyay in his 2014 book, Sahara: The Untold Story. Sahara was not his first venture.
'I don't think I will die so fast'Rediff.com16 Nov 2023
'My wife, family members as well as members of the workers will be trustees.' 'The trust will take all decisions -- no family member can individually take any decision.'
Has Your Data Been Compromised?Rediff.com16 Nov 2023
'Check every SMS you get. Many people ignore them.' 'Remember if there is an activity in your account, your financial institution will send you an SMS, not a WhatsApp message.'
Mutual Funds Invested In Nearly 1,000 CompaniesRediff.com16 Nov 2023
The number of companies had touched a low of 792 in July 2020 amid heightened uncertainty because of COVID-19.
Indians Work Harder Than Chinese, AmericansRediff.com15 Nov 2023
But Indians work less than smaller countries with small populations like Bhutan, the Congo, Lesotho and Gambia.
Kumaraswamy booked for electricity theft during DiwaliRediff.com14 Nov 2023
The ruling Congress posted a video along with a statement on social media platform X, criticising the Janata Dal-Secular leader and son of former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda.
Sehwag, to me you are a cricketing great: GangulyRediff.com14 Nov 2023
Following the ICC Hall of Fame announcement on November 13, 2023, open letters have been written to the inductees by those close to them. Here, Sourav Ganguly salutes inductee #112, Virender Sehwag.
2,000 from Myanmar flee to India as forces, militia group clash in Chin stateRediff.com13 Nov 2023
The fighting started after the PDF attacked two military bases at Khawmawi and Rihkhawdar in Chin state near the Indian border, he said, adding that the fighting continued till Monday.
Hussain hails India's 'Fab 5' bowlers as best everRediff.com13 Nov 2023
India had 'Fab 5' with the bat in early 2000s, now they have them with the ball: Nasser Hussain
Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' recovered from Hamas base, claims IDFRediff.com13 Nov 2023
Slamming Hamas, the IDF further said the terror group "embraces the ideology of Hitler", the one responsible for the "annihilation" of the Jewish people.