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'Jai Shri Ram is an anti-Mamata slogan'

'Jai Shri Ram is an anti-Mamata slogan'

Rediff.com12 Mar 2021

'It did not start as a Hindutva slogan.' 'It started to tease the TMC and slowly it got internalised and the BJP started countering with Jai Shri Ram slogans because Mamata was getting provoked.'

Why Modi-Shah got rid of Rawat

Why Modi-Shah got rid of Rawat

Rediff.com11 Mar 2021

Inability to take everyone along during his nearly four-year term led to Trivendra Singh Rawat's undoing. He tried to take control of all major departments by holding on to more than 40 of them, but still could not deliver.

The protector of women from breast cancer

The protector of women from breast cancer

Rediff.com11 Mar 2021

'Having dedicated my life towards improving breast healthcare in my motherland. I shall continue to work with rock-solid determination following this "chosen" path.'

India, Pakistan on the road to peace

India, Pakistan on the road to peace

Rediff.com9 Mar 2021

The road ahead will be long and winding and much resistance can be expected from the high-flying 'hawks' in our skies. But that should not deter the policymakers from planning a road map with the 'big picture' in mind, observes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.

Batla House: Why Inspector Sharma didn't wear a bulletproof jacket

Batla House: Why Inspector Sharma didn't wear a bulletproof jacket

Rediff.com9 Mar 2021

'The operation was planned in a manner so as not to alert the terrorists.' 'Every precaution was taken to keep it low-key so as not to alert the terrorists and surprise them and arrest them.'

Cut the red tape and let private sector manage surplus govt land

Cut the red tape and let private sector manage surplus govt land

Rediff.com8 Mar 2021

Maybe Modi could ask a patriarch of the stature of the late G D Birla to flesh out the details of a new company to manage government land privatisation.

Belief name of the game to topple tennis Big Three: Nalbandian

Belief name of the game to topple tennis Big Three: Nalbandian

Rediff.com27 Feb 2021

'They're incredible players, but they're not superheroes. The new generation has to start believing in themselves.'

Ladakh: 'We have to be careful for years'

Ladakh: 'We have to be careful for years'

Rediff.com26 Feb 2021

'If our troops on the frontlines were sleeping for two hours, they can perhaps now sleep for 2.5 hours because when the adversary is right in front, then you can't even blink your eyes, you have to be absolutely alert.'

Pak continues to remain on FATF 'Grey List'

Pak continues to remain on FATF 'Grey List'

Rediff.com26 Feb 2021

The global agency said there are "serious deficiencies" on the part of the country in checking terror-financing and it lacks an effective system to deal with it.

Check out the Tests that ended on Day 2

Check out the Tests that ended on Day 2

Rediff.com25 Feb 2021

The last time India won a Test inside two days was in 2018, beating Afghanistan in Bengaluru.

Osamu Suzuki to step down as SMC chairman after 21 years in the job

Osamu Suzuki to step down as SMC chairman after 21 years in the job

Rediff.com24 Feb 2021

Japanese auto major Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC) on Wednesday said its long-serving chairman Osamu Suzuki will retire and assume the role of senior advisor subject to shareholders' approval in the ordinary general meeting to be held in June this year.

Maker of Modern Bread sold to Mexican baking major

Maker of Modern Bread sold to Mexican baking major

Rediff.com24 Feb 2021

Private equity player Everstone Capital has sold Modern Foods, which it had taken over in early 2016 from Hindustan Unilever, to Mexican baking major Grupo Bimbo for an undisclosed sum.

When Madhuri, Rekha, Hema played a tawaif

When Madhuri, Rekha, Hema played a tawaif

Rediff.com22 Feb 2021

The greatest films on the kotha culture are the ones with the best poetry and music.

Former SC judge P B Sawant passes away

Former SC judge P B Sawant passes away

Rediff.com15 Feb 2021

Former Supreme Court judge P B Sawant died due to cardiac arrest at his residence in Pune in Maharashtra on Monday morning, family sources said. He was 90.

JeM planned terror attacks in Delhi, sourcing weapons from Bihar: J-K DGP

JeM planned terror attacks in Delhi, sourcing weapons from Bihar: J-K DGP

Rediff.com14 Feb 2021

Following the arrest of a top terrorist who had made a video of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval's office, it has come to light that Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad is planning a strike in Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir police chief Dilbag Singh said on Sunday.

TMC's Dinesh Trivedi resigns from Rajya Sabha ahead of Bengal polls

TMC's Dinesh Trivedi resigns from Rajya Sabha ahead of Bengal polls

Rediff.com12 Feb 2021

The Trinamool Congress MP said he is unable to bear various incidents that are happening in West Bengal.

Not a Budget for Employment

Not a Budget for Employment

Rediff.com12 Feb 2021

It is important to increase employment in general. It is even better to increase good quality jobs. Strategically, it is important to move people from farms to factories to improve overall labour productivity. It is important to improve job opportunities for women, for urbanites and for the educated. The Budget does not contain ideas to do any of this, points out Mahesh Vyas.

How AgNext will make Farmers Money

How AgNext will make Farmers Money

Rediff.com12 Feb 2021

'Our technology is going to help Indian agriculture the way the White Revolution helped milk production.'

'Farm laws will have to be repealed'

'Farm laws will have to be repealed'

Rediff.com11 Feb 2021

'The issue is not whether the farm laws are beneficial for the farmers or not.' 'The farmers have taken a stand that they do not want these laws.' 'Why do you want to thrust these laws down their throat?'

'Sasikala's arrival won't impact AIADMK'

'Sasikala's arrival won't impact AIADMK'

Rediff.com6 Feb 2021

'Our party cadre does not want her in the party.'

Meet the top women's contenders at Australian Open

Meet the top women's contenders at Australian Open

Rediff.com3 Feb 2021

Penpix of the top women's contenders at the 2021 Australian Open

Real Madrid president Perez tests positive for COVID-19

Real Madrid president Perez tests positive for COVID-19

Rediff.com2 Feb 2021

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has tested positive for COVID-19, the Spanish champions said on Tuesday.

'I want to be the best actor there is'

'I want to be the best actor there is'

Rediff.com1 Feb 2021

'It's all that pain that makes you the artist you are.'

'I owe my living to Dawood Ibrahim'

'I owe my living to Dawood Ibrahim'

Rediff.com27 Jan 2021

'I have always been attracted to the dark side of human beings.'

'Equity market is in the midst of a bull market'

'Equity market is in the midst of a bull market'

Rediff.com27 Jan 2021

'If an investor is ready to stay put for the next five years, one can consider investing in mid- and small-cap funds, but through SIPs.'

'BJP is getting damaged in the north by farmers' stir'

'BJP is getting damaged in the north by farmers' stir'

Rediff.com24 Jan 2021

If the protests have cemented the ties between the peasantry and the traders, the political implications for the BJP might become too serious to be disregarded because its core base was made up of the urban Khatri merchants.

Baseball legend, 'Hammerin' Hank' Aaron, dies at 86

Baseball legend, 'Hammerin' Hank' Aaron, dies at 86

Rediff.com23 Jan 2021

'He grew up poor and faced racism as he worked to become one of the greatest baseball players of all time. Hank never let the hatred he faced consume him.'

'Vajpayee placed the country above the party'

'Vajpayee placed the country above the party'

Rediff.com22 Jan 2021

'Mr Vajapyee felt that you could pray to any god or not pray at all, but the country comes first.'

Narendra Modi is not Donald Trump

Narendra Modi is not Donald Trump

Rediff.com21 Jan 2021

The danger to India's democracy is coming from recourse to mobocracy encouraged by the anti-Modi gang, argues Vivek Gumaste.

Pakistan tries to cement ties with Saudi Arabia

Pakistan tries to cement ties with Saudi Arabia

Rediff.com21 Jan 2021

India should remember that Pakistan-Saudi Arabia relations will remain special due, not least, to bonds of all Muslims with The Holy Land. They would also be strategic enough, irrespective of whether the ambassador is a military man or a career civilian appointee., notes Rana Banerji, who headed the Pakistan desk at the Research and Analysis Wing, India's external intelligence agency.

Bharat Biotech has two more Covid vaccines in pipeline

Bharat Biotech has two more Covid vaccines in pipeline

Rediff.com16 Jan 2021

First a scientist and then a businessman, founder chairman Krishna Ella quit his faculty position at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, United States, in 1996 to return to India.

'I took my father for granted'

'I took my father for granted'

Rediff.com14 Jan 2021

'I was attracted to Javed because he was exactly like my father.'

Pakistan's devotion to LeT's Saeed runs deep

Pakistan's devotion to LeT's Saeed runs deep

Rediff.com13 Jan 2021

The perpetrators of the 2008 Mumbai attack, who shot dead 166 people, had confessed to details that should have been enough to hang him, but Pakistan enjoyed his anti-India rhetoric and let him spread his tentacles. A revealing excerpt from Khaled Ahmed's Pakistan's Terror Conundrum.

Pant's Sydney slip-ups highlight India's keeping dilemma

Pant's Sydney slip-ups highlight India's keeping dilemma

Rediff.com7 Jan 2021

Former Australia skipper Ricky Ponting, who had earlier called for Pant's inclusion in the Indian team, was disappointed by the wicket-keeper batsman's glovework.

Subramanian Swamy: China, India must cease hostilities

Subramanian Swamy: China, India must cease hostilities

Rediff.com6 Jan 2021

The onus today is on China, but it also requires a little diplomatic finesse from India, backed by a modernised armed force, argues BJP MP Subramanian Swamy in this excerpt from his new book, Himalayan Challenge: India, China And The Quest For Peace.

US Plays the Tibet Card

US Plays the Tibet Card

Rediff.com4 Jan 2021

China is acutely conscious of the need for the next Dalai Lama to be under its control. It was for this reason that China recently stressed their claim on Arunachal Pradesh. There were rumours that the next Dalai Lama may be found in Tawang. If that happens, India-China relations will become tense and there may be demands for the child to be handed over to the Chinese, points out Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.

'China has been active in Nepal for a decade'

'China has been active in Nepal for a decade'

Rediff.com31 Dec 2020

'Keeping its financial interests in mind, China wants no enmity with the Nepalese government.'

Sporting legends we lost in 2020

Sporting legends we lost in 2020

Rediff.com30 Dec 2020

Sporting world lost some of its favourite stars this year.

'There is fear and dread in Kashmir'

'There is fear and dread in Kashmir'

Rediff.com29 Dec 2020

'This election was the first opportunity where Kashmiris told the world they do not agree with the Centre's policies and are unhappy about their disempowerment.'

'BJP ran a well-oiled strategy to destroy Rahul's image'

'BJP ran a well-oiled strategy to destroy Rahul's image'

Rediff.com28 Dec 2020

'Rahul Gandhi has personally paid a heavy price for this character assassination and remorseless ridiculing and the Congress, of course, has been demolished politically.'

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