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Disastrous Decisions, Achievements: Pervez Musharraf's Mixed LegacyRediff.com7 hours ago
Learning perhaps from the Kargil debacle, Musharraf tried hard to evolve as a statesman in his dealings with India, recalls Rana Banerji, who headed the Pakistan desk at RA&W.
Five new SC judges to take oath on Monday, 2 short of full strengthRediff.com22 hours ago
The senior most among the five judges, whose names were officially announced by the Centre on Saturday, is Justice Mithal whose parent cadre is the Allahabad high court.
'Drive against child marriage is very welcome, but...'Rediff.com1 days ago
"There was a knock on the door around 2 am on Thursday. We opened the door and found policemen outside. They took away my husband," Nimee told PTI in a feeble voice, as her one-and-half-month-old son cried in her arms just as he was when his father was being arrested.
AAP to contest all seats in MP assembly electionsRediff.com1 days ago
AAP organisational general secretary Sandeep Pathak cited the performance of the party in recent local bodies polls in MP and said it will form the next government.
'Living on the edge keeps me going'Rediff.com2 days ago
'I channelise my despair and anger into telling relevant stories and through them, taking on those who have made it a business to be intolerant.'
Aus will miss this player in Test series vs IndiaRediff.com2 days ago
Nathan Lyon, Agar, leg-spinner Swepson and young off-spinner Todd Murphy got the nod in the 18-member Australia squad with Zampa missing out.
More than two dozen companies do the vanishing actRediff.com3 days ago
The companies on the list are from sectors including trading, finance, packaging, textile, realty, and others. Trading and finance companies account for half-a-dozen companies each.
Shinde recalls Sri Sri's 'blessings' when he rebelledRediff.com3 days ago
Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said on Thursday that spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar had given him blessings and told him that he would succeed when he and other rebel Shiv Sena MLAs were camping in a Guwahati hotel.
Sitharaman, 6th FM to present budget 5 times in a rowRediff.com5 days ago
Other ministers who have presented five straight annual financial statements include Arun Jaitley, P Chidambaram, Yashwant Sinha, Manmohan Singh and Morarji Desai.
India used to depend on others, but now...: President MurmuRediff.com6 days ago
In her first address to the joint sitting of Parliament as the Budget session began, she said 'Amrit Kaal', described by the government as the 25-year period culminating in the centenary of India's independence, is the time to build an India which is 'aatmanirbhar' (self reliant) and also fulfils its humanitarian obligations.
Mike, that f**** guy hates you: Trump said about XiRediff.com7 days ago
Mike Pompeo has said that among the dozens of world leaders he met as the United States Secretary of State he found the 'most unpleasant' was Chinese President Xi Jinping, who threatened to stop sending PPE kits to America if it kept asking for accountability from Beijing on COVID-19.
Athiya-Rahul's Wedding AlbumRediff.com7 days ago
After getting married at her father's picturesque farmhouse in Khandala on January 21, Athiya Shetty posted some lovely pictures on social media.
Planning To Buy A Plot? Read ThisRediff.com7 days ago
Make sure that the person you are buying the plot from is the rightful owner.
China has taken over 2,000 sq km of our land: Rahul GandhiRediff.com7 days ago
Gandhi said that the approach that the government was following 'by completely denying' that the Chinese have 'taken our land' is extremely dangerous as it would give them the confidence to do even 'more aggressive things'.
Black box, data recorder of crashed IAF jets found in MorenaRediff.com29 Jan 2023
The two frontline combat aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed during a training mission in Morena on Saturday, resulting in the death of a wing commander while two other pilots ejected safely.
India records 109 new Covid cases, active count below 2,000Rediff.com29 Jan 2023
The tally of Covid infections in the country has reached 4.46 crore (4,46,82,639), it showed.
IAF's Sukhoi, Mirage aircraft crash in MP; 1 pilot killedRediff.com28 Jan 2023
Videos from the scene, shot by locals in Morena, showed debris of the aircraft on the ground.
Sukhoi-Mirage crash: Eyewitnesses recount blast-like soundRediff.com28 Jan 2023
The debris of the two aircraft fell in Pahargarh area in Morena, 75 kilometres from the district headquarters, while some parts also fell in Bharatpur, just across the border in neighbouring Rajasthan.
Djokovic, Tsitsipas set for high stakes Australian Open finalRediff.com28 Jan 2023
The Australian Open men's singles final offers a rematch of the dramatic 2021 French Open final, in which Djokovic came back from two sets down to snatch the title and leave Greek Tsitsipas heartbroken.
'Nari shakti', festivals, spirituality themes of this year's states' tableauxRediff.com26 Jan 2023
"Nari shakti" and women empowerment dominated the theme of tableaux of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Tripura at the Republic Day parade here on Thursday.
Pakistan's Azam is ICC Men's Cricketer of The YearRediff.com26 Jan 2023
A haul of eight hundred and 17 fifties during the calendar year was Babar's best of his career to date.
GM, Ford switch off India ops but unable to exitRediff.com25 Jan 2023
Both are finding it difficult to sell one each of their plants -- Chennai Maraimalai Nagar (Ford) and Talegaon near Pune (GM) -- and are finding the road blocked by employee severance snarl-ups, report Sohini Das and Shine Jacob.
India logs 89 new Covid cases, active infections below 2,000Rediff.com24 Jan 2023
India saw a single-day rise of 89 coronavirus infections, while the active case count came down by three to stand at 1,931, according to the Union health ministry data.
Why BJP's Dominance Will ContinueRediff.com24 Jan 2023
There is no sign of it losing popularity with a significant section of the voting population, which appears to be attracted to the party for identity reasons, observes Aakar Patel.
Aus Open PIX: Djokovic storms into quarters; Rublev survives scareRediff.com23 Jan 2023
Images from the men's singles fourth round matches on Day 8 of the 2023 Australian Open in Melbourne on Monday.
Return Of 'Committed Judiciary' Or Judicial Over-Reach?Rediff.com23 Jan 2023
Vice President Dhankar's and Law Minister Rijuju's recent interventions have the danger of destabilising the Constitutional equilibrium, cautions N Sathiya Moorthy.
No Superstar Has Taken Such A Long BreakRediff.com23 Jan 2023
For Shah Rukh Khan, Pathaan looks like an assured winner.
Chinese New Year: Meet The Year of the Rabbit CelebsRediff.com23 Jan 2023
The Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese calendar, began on Sunday, January 22.
'When you bring Oscar to India, please let me touch it'Rediff.com20 Jan 2023
On January 24, when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the Oscar nominees for 2023, it would be a surprise if RRR doesn't make the cut, declares Vanita Kohli-Khandekar.
'My role is to make people's lives easier'Rediff.com20 Jan 2023
'I had the Indian American community fully supportive from day one when I ran and they said, Yes.' 'I ran again, I lost and they said, Yes.' 'I came back to them again, and they said, Yes, every time.'
2022 was the 5th warmest year on record, says NASARediff.com17 Jan 2023
"This warming trend is alarming," said NASA Administrator Bill Nelson.
UN names Hafiz Saeed's brother-in-law as 'global terrorist'Rediff.com17 Jan 2023
Makki and other LeT/JUD operatives "have been involved in raising funds, recruiting and radicalising youth to violence and planning attacks in India, particularly in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K)," the sanctions committee said, providing a statement for the reasons of Makki's listing.
Cong promises Rs 2,000 monthly to women family heads in KarnatakaRediff.com16 Jan 2023
'Gruha Lakshmi Yojana' is an attempt of the Congress party to share the 'burden of the exorbitant' LPG prices and the 'costly daily expenses' that a woman has to bear, the party said.
Harnaaz, You Made Us Proud!Rediff.com16 Jan 2023
The beauty queen could not hold back her tears as she took to the stage one last time as Miss Universe.
'Is one day cricket dying?' asks YuvrajRediff.com15 Jan 2023
Poor turnout for the third and final ODI in Thiruvananthapuram, on Sunday raised serious questions about the relevance of the 50-over format
'PVR-INOX Merger In Final Stages'Rediff.com14 Jan 2023
'We would love to have more players entering the market because that is how the business will grow.'
Tata Motor's Mission 2045: Electric, Flex-fuel And Hydrogen ICERediff.com13 Jan 2023
'Battery electric, hydrogen fuel cell and hydrogen ICE, could be the three technologies which have the potential of being zero emission and that are what we will have to work on,'
When Will Peace Arrive In Baby Khrystyna's Life?Rediff.com13 Jan 2023
As the first anniversary of Russia's brutal and cruel war in Ukraine approaches, heavy fighting continues throughout the east of the country.
2 Days After Globes, Elvis' Daughter DiesRediff.com13 Jan 2023
She was at the Golden Globes on Tuesday, January 10, 2023, on hand to celebrate Austin Butler's award for playing her father.
MF Guru: 'Can I achieve Rs 2 cr target in 10 years?'Rediff.com13 Jan 2023
Ulhas Joshi, Head -- Sales, Rank MF, a mutual fund investment platform, answers your queries.