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'We Will See Rise Of Four New Stars'

'We Will See Rise Of Four New Stars'

Rediff.com4 hours ago

Amid much fanfare, the makers and star cast of Ishq Vishk Rebound unveiled the trailer for their coming teen romance.

Will Rajnath Fix Agnipath Scheme?

Will Rajnath Fix Agnipath Scheme?

Rediff.com1 days ago

Will Modi 3.0 also see theaterisation of India's armed forces?

An Era Of Secrecy Is Over For Modi

An Era Of Secrecy Is Over For Modi

Rediff.com1 days ago

'The word 'ally' in a coalition is misleading because it suggests someone who is always for you and with you. This is incorrect.' 'They are always for themselves and sometimes with you,' explains Aakar Patel.

Can Modi Run A Coalition Government?

Can Modi Run A Coalition Government?

Rediff.com2 days ago

The biggest challenge will be to convert his regime into a coalition of minds. But given the fact that he is instinctively an authoritarian leader and supporter of the hard Hindutva line, the survival of his government will depend on his ability to balance between his heart and mind, between instinct and pragmatism, asserts Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay, author of Narendra Modi: The Man, The Times.

Jitin Prasada, BJP's Brahmin face in UP, returns to Centre

Jitin Prasada, BJP's Brahmin face in UP, returns to Centre

Rediff.com2 days ago

Jitin Prasada was once considered as among Rahul Gandhi's 'young Turks' and was a minister in successive Manmohan Singh governments but defected from the Congress to the BJP in 2021, where he has again established himself as a prominent Brahmin face of Uttar Pradesh.

Modi scripts history but challenges await

Modi scripts history but challenges await

Rediff.com3 days ago

As Modi takes guard for a third term with trusted and seasoned hands around him, the BJP is hopeful that he will prove his detractors wrong and continue to fuel the party's expansion horizontally and vertically with his inventive policies in government and new set of ideas in politics with the core of Hindutva, development and welfarism remaining intact.

A Breakthrough In Nipah Virus Research

A Breakthrough In Nipah Virus Research

Rediff.com7 days ago

This will also help test the effectiveness of preventing the entry of Nipah in target cells.

Why Megacities Are Not Cooling Down

Why Megacities Are Not Cooling Down

Rediff.com7 days ago

The heat index in major metro cities in the country has majorly risen since 2010 compared to a decade earlier.

Chhota Rajan gets 2nd life term for hotelier's murder

Chhota Rajan gets 2nd life term for hotelier's murder

Rediff.com30 May 2024

Shetty was shot dead by two alleged members of Rajan's gang on the hotel's first floor on May 4, 2001.

'Directors Weren't Noticing Me'

'Directors Weren't Noticing Me'

Rediff.com22 May 2024

'Money was pouring in after Movers & Shakers. At the turn of the millennium, I was voted one of the top 10 Mumbaikars. People joked that even when they switched off their TV sets, I was there! I would ask God if he was compensating me for the loss of Ayush, the greatest tragedy of my life.'

3,300 CISF jawans to replace CRPF in Parliament security starting Monday

3,300 CISF jawans to replace CRPF in Parliament security starting Monday

Rediff.com19 May 2024

The parliament duty group of the CRPF wound up its entire administrative and operational paraphernalia -- vehicles, weapons and commandos -- from the complex on Friday and its commander, a deputy inspector general-rank officer, handed over all the security points in the complex to the incoming CISF group, the sources said.

Guruvayoorambala Nadayil Review: Prithviraj, Basil Elevate Bromance

Guruvayoorambala Nadayil Review: Prithviraj, Basil Elevate Bromance

Rediff.com17 May 2024

Guruvayoorambala Nadayil is a no-holds-barred, silly comedy that will keep you glued to the screen even when the going gets tough towards the end but the smile on your face will not leave, observes Arjun Menon.

Sunil Chhetri: The backbencher and prankster who will finish on top

Sunil Chhetri: The backbencher and prankster who will finish on top

Rediff.com16 May 2024

Football was not very close to Sunil Chhetri's heart during his days as a bubbly teenager with proclivity for pranks. He was only looking to use the sport as a vehicle to gain entry to a reputed college and continue his education.

38,100 Hectares Of Tree Cover Lost To Forest Fires

38,100 Hectares Of Tree Cover Lost To Forest Fires

Rediff.com13 May 2024

Between April 25 and May 2, India received 38,885 fire alerts.

Population rise not religion-linked, Muslim fertility rate lowest: NGO

Population rise not religion-linked, Muslim fertility rate lowest: NGO

Rediff.com9 May 2024

In a statement, the Population Foundation of India said it is deeply concerned about recent media reports "misreporting" the findings from the study to spread alarm regarding the growth of the Muslim population in the country.

What's legendary Walsh's advice to Bumrah

What's legendary Walsh's advice to Bumrah

Rediff.com8 May 2024

Walsh, regarded as one of the most admired cricketers, feels India have a quality pace-bowling unit to complement their spinners at the T20 World Cup, starting next month.

Bahubali Wives Charge Up Bihar Contest

Bahubali Wives Charge Up Bihar Contest

Rediff.com8 May 2024

The RJD has fielded six women candidates, some of them are wives of bahubalis.

LG recommends NIA probe against Kejriwal for funding from banned SFJ

LG recommends NIA probe against Kejriwal for funding from banned SFJ

Rediff.com6 May 2024

Delhi Lt Governor V K Saxena has recommended an NIA probe against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for allegedly receiving political funding from the banned terrorist organisation 'Sikhs for Justice', Raj Niwas sources said on Monday.

'India Offers Once In A Lifetime Opportunity To Create Wealth'

'India Offers Once In A Lifetime Opportunity To Create Wealth'

Rediff.com3 May 2024

'We see mid-and small-caps as a real pot of gold.' 'From a 10-15 years perspective, mid-and small-cap are likely to outperform the larger index, as they have done in the past.'

Intense heat sweeps east, south; more heat wave days likely in May

Intense heat sweeps east, south; more heat wave days likely in May

Rediff.com3 May 2024

Intense heat swept through east India and parts of the southern peninsular region on Thursday, testing power grids and prompting the Kerala government to order closure of educational institutions till May 6.

Rahul, Hema in fray as 88 seats go to polls in Phase 2

Rahul, Hema in fray as 88 seats go to polls in Phase 2

Rediff.com25 Apr 2024

Voting for the second phase of Lok Sabha polls will be held on Friday for 88 seats in 13 states with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi seeking a second-straight term from Wayanad in Kerala.

Can This Techie Win Thiruvanathapuram?

Can This Techie Win Thiruvanathapuram?

Rediff.com21 Apr 2024

Whether Rajeev Chandrasekhar wins or not, Thiruvananthapuram will likely never see such an interesting contest again.

Numbers Don't Add Up For BJP In Tamil Nadu

Numbers Don't Add Up For BJP In Tamil Nadu

Rediff.com19 Apr 2024

Indications are that the DMK combine will win more seats than the AIADMK and BJP, but is facing a tough fight in about half a dozen from the rest, predicts N Sathiya Moorthy of the electoral contest in Tamil Nadu.

How To Prevent Terror On The High Seas

How To Prevent Terror On The High Seas

Rediff.com17 Apr 2024

The world needs to wake up to this new dimension of war at sea and be prepared to face the 'unknown enemy' who have the advantage of attacking at their choice of location and time, cautions Commodore Venugopal Menon (retd).

'India is not strictly a federal democracy'

'India is not strictly a federal democracy'

Rediff.com16 Apr 2024

'What happened to Andhra Pradesh? It is the perfect example of the transientness of Federal Units.' 'Federalism is a transient thing in this country.'

Why Is The BJP Talking About Stability?

Why Is The BJP Talking About Stability?

Rediff.com15 Apr 2024

'What should surprise BJP supporters is Modi's call for 'stability' at the manifesto launch, a theme that he and his team members had not touched ahead of the Lok Sabha polls in 2014 and 2019.' 'The last time the party called for 'stability at the Centre' was in 1998 and 1999,' recalls N Sathiya Moorthy.

India lost 2.33 mn hectares of tree cover since 2000, says report

India lost 2.33 mn hectares of tree cover since 2000, says report

Rediff.com13 Apr 2024

Between 2001 and 2022, it said, forests in India emitted 51 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent a year and removed 141 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent a year. This represents a net carbon sink of 89.9 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent a year.

Omar Abdullah to contest LS poll from Baramulla

Omar Abdullah to contest LS poll from Baramulla

Rediff.com12 Apr 2024

The junior Abdullah would be banking heavily on Shia support as the constituency has many Shia dominated areas that include Budgam, Beerwah, Pattan, Sonawari and Bandipora, among other pockets.

'I Decided Enough Of The Congress!'

'I Decided Enough Of The Congress!'

Rediff.com4 Apr 2024

'After giving my own money to this party, I was insulted.'' 'Neither this party nor its leaders have no respect for women.'

What's BJP's Game Plan In Haryana?

What's BJP's Game Plan In Haryana?

Rediff.com30 Mar 2024

When the assembly election comes around later this year with Nayab Singh Saini, from the OBCs, at the helm, the sense of victimhood non-Jats feel will propel the BJP into power again, predicts Aditi Phadnis.

Djokovic splits with coach Ivanisevic

Djokovic splits with coach Ivanisevic

Rediff.com27 Mar 2024

Ivanisevic joined Djokovic's team in 2019 and helped the 36-year-old win nine Grand Slam titles.

Madgaon Express Review: Silly Done Right

Madgaon Express Review: Silly Done Right

Rediff.com22 Mar 2024

Madgaon Express understands its charm lies in its inherent silliness and then works around as pure unadulterated entertainment, which makes it imminently watchable, raves Mayus Sanap.

UNGA: India abstains on Pak's resolution against 'Islamophobia'

UNGA: India abstains on Pak's resolution against 'Islamophobia'

Rediff.com16 Mar 2024

India abstained in the United Nations General Assembly on a draft resolution introduced by Pakistan and co-sponsored by China on Islamophobia, asserting that the prevalence of 'religiophobia' against Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and other faiths facing violence and discrimination must also be acknowledged rather than singling out just one religion.

'Congress is far away from the sentiments of people'

'Congress is far away from the sentiments of people'

Rediff.com15 Mar 2024

'The people of Gujarat understood this a long time ago and has since been rejecting the party and its programmes.'

How Aamir Celebrated His Birthday

How Aamir Celebrated His Birthday

Rediff.com14 Mar 2024

Aamir Khan turned 59 on March 14, and celebrated his birthday by cutting a cake with the media.

IAF's Tejas aircraft crashes on way back from war game witnessed by PM

IAF's Tejas aircraft crashes on way back from war game witnessed by PM

Rediff.com13 Mar 2024

The pilot ejected safely and a court of inquiry has been ordered to ascertain the cause of the accident, the IAF said in a brief statement.

Will BJP commit to 3% of GDP for defence spending?

Will BJP commit to 3% of GDP for defence spending?

Rediff.com12 Mar 2024

Neither the BJP, nor the Congress before it, made any manifesto commitments on defence spending, even though allocations have plummeted from 4 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) in the late 1980s to less than 2 per cent today, points out Ajai Shukla.

At 39, Modi Knew Ayodhya's Value For The BJP's Future

At 39, Modi Knew Ayodhya's Value For The BJP's Future

Rediff.com12 Mar 2024

Gujarat was labelled Hindutva's crucible and Modi was to become the chief 'chemist'. A revealing political saga excerpted from Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay's The Demolition, the Verdict and the Temple: The Definitive Book on the Ram Mandir Project.

Will Odisha Show Faith In Naveen Patnaik Again?

Will Odisha Show Faith In Naveen Patnaik Again?

Rediff.com11 Mar 2024

The 78-year-old Naveen is on the cusp of creating history. He must win the forthcoming Assembly polls to become India's longest-serving chief minister, a record held by Sikkim's Pawan Kumar Chamling.

SRK, Salman, Aamir Dance To Naatu Naatu

SRK, Salman, Aamir Dance To Naatu Naatu

Rediff.com4 Mar 2024

The Who's Who of the showbiz world attended Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant's pre-wedding festivities in Jamnagar.

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