Search results for '2002'.
How Bollywood's Daku Became A DonRediff.com22 Aug 2023
'I wasn't motivated to begin with because how do you outdo the biggest encounter?' 'Then, we came across this story about the first-ever encounter.'
'I didn't want to be part of saas-bahu politics'Rediff.com22 Aug 2023
'I've always been choosy because I'm not a one-size-fit-all actor.'
Was Narasimha Rao India's Best Prime Minister?Rediff.com22 Aug 2023
'He told senior journalists a few days after the Babri Masjid demolition, 'Jo hua theek hua. Maine isliye hone diya ki BJP ki rajniti hamesha ke liye khatam ho jaye.'
Sunny Deol offers to repay loan, BoB calls off bungalow's auctionRediff.com21 Aug 2023
State-owned Bank of Baroda on Monday said actor Sunny Deol has offered to settle the dues related to his bungalow in Mumbai.
Smriti Irani's Modi MistakeRediff.com21 Aug 2023
It sent shock waves in the party -- a political greenhorn had taken on Modi in his home turf of Gujarat. Smriti had clearly tried to choose sides, in this case Vajpayee's camp. Many felt that this would end Irani's career. A revealing excerpt from Nidhi Sharma's new book She, The Leader: Women in Indian Politics.
People of Amethi want to 'rectify' their mistake: UP Cong chiefRediff.com19 Aug 2023
The people of Amethi want to rectify their 'mistake' of 2019 and Congress workers as well as leaders are demanding that Rahul Gandhi contest from the constituency in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls, the party's Uttar Pradesh chief Ajay Rai said.
Denied hall in IISc, Teesta, students hold meeting in gardenRediff.com18 Aug 2023
Human rights activist Teesta Setalvad on Friday said she was prevented from delivering a lecture at the premier Indian Institute of Science as the administration cancelled the meeting at the last minute.
Bilkis Bano case: SC says govts shouldn't be selective in remissionRediff.com17 Aug 2023
"Why are our jails overcrowded? Why is the the policy of remission being applied selectively?"
After Nuh, Can Khattar Win Third Term?Rediff.com16 Aug 2023
If the CM can steer the BJP into forming a government for a third term, he will have achieved a unique place in the party's history -- Mewat notwithstanding.
These Scientists Shaped IndiaRediff.com15 Aug 2023
I suggest we build a Vigyan Mandir (Temple of Science) with the ambience of a place of worship, so that it becomes a destination for pilgrims. We should embed on its walls bronze plaques describing each scientist mentioned here along with about a dozen of our ancient mathematicians, recommends Professor Kalyan Singhal, historian of science and technology.
SC refuses to grant bail to 3 convicts in 2002 Godhra train burning caseRediff.com14 Aug 2023
The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed the bail pleas of three convicts serving life term in the 2002 Godhra train burning case, which plunged Gujarat into one of the worst communal riots, terming it a "very serious incident".
Doctors not prescribing generic drugs to be penalisedRediff.com13 Aug 2023
All doctors must prescribe generic drugs, failing which they will be penalised and even their license to practice may also be suspended for a period, according to the new regulations issued by the National Medical Commission (NMC).
Can Isha Do What Her Dad Did With Jio?Rediff.com12 Aug 2023
Isha's stab at the bottom of the laptop pyramid shows she is a true Ambani.
'Maun vrat on Manipur': Cong asks 3 questions to ModiRediff.com8 Aug 2023
As the lower house took up the motion moved by Gogoi, there were heated exchanges between the opposition and treasury benches after Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi wondered why Rahul Gandhi's name as lead speaker was withdrawn at the last minute.
Public outcry won't affect us, we go by law: SC on Bilkis case convictsRediff.com8 Aug 2023
"Public outcry will not affect our judicial decisions," the Supreme Court asserted on Tuesday, as it began weighing the legality of the remission granted to all the 11 convicts in the Bilkis Bano gang-rape case and murder of seven of her family members during the 2002 Gujarat riots.
SC tells TN minister habeas corpus plea only for illegal detentionRediff.com7 Aug 2023
The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed pleas of Tamil Nadu minister V Senthil Balaji and his wife Megala challenging the Madras high court order upholding his arrest in a money laundering case.
Bilkis pleaded with convicts she was like their sister, counsel tells SCRediff.com7 Aug 2023
Commencing arguments on the plea challenging the remission granted last year to all the 11 convicts, advocate Shobha Gupta, appearing for Bilkis Bano, submitted she was brutally gang-raped while she was pregnant and her first child was smashed with a rock to death.
Atiq Ahmad among former members mourned by UP assemblyRediff.com7 Aug 2023
Ahmad was elected to the assembly as an Independent in 1989, 1991, 1993 and on a Samajwadi Party ticket in 1996. He returned to the House in 2002 on an Apna Dal ticket. He was elected as an MP in 2004.
Guj ex-DGP granted bail in 2002 riots forgery caseRediff.com5 Aug 2023
The state government had opposed his bail plea saying the alleged offence is a "very heinous crime" and there is a prima-facie case against him and the role attributable to him in support of the charge.
Messi's PSG nightmare: The story of his unhappy stintRediff.com4 Aug 2023
Lionel Messi didn't enjoy his time with the Ligue 1 side Paris Saint Germain.
Another round of govt-Oppn talks over RS logjam failsRediff.com4 Aug 2023
The over half-an-hour meeting between the opposition parties and the government, however, remained inconclusive.
Gujarat HC judge opts out of hearing Teesta's plea to quash FIRRediff.com4 Aug 2023
Now, the chief justice of the high court will allot the case to a new judge.
No place can match the thrill of playing in India: Pak assistant coachRediff.com2 Aug 2023
Rehan Butt, Pakistan's assistant coach believes that India and Pakistan should play more matches.
Rajya Sabha passes Multi-State Cooperative Societies (Amendment) BillRediff.com2 Aug 2023
The Rajya Sabha on Tuesday gave its green light to the Multi-State Cooperative Societies (Amendment) Bill 2023. This Bill introduces significant amendments to the Multi-State Cooperative Societies (MSCS) Act. These modifications aim to enhance the transparency and accountability of these cooperatives' operations in a bid to improve governance.
'Nitin Desai was the best at what he did'Rediff.com2 Aug 2023
'Always smiling, creative, problem solver, ambitious and a man who walked ahead of an Industry.'
Gujarat riots: Teesta moves HC to quash FIR against her for fabricating proofRediff.com1 Aug 2023
A sessions court had recently rejected her discharge plea in the case, even as the Supreme Court granted her bail after the Gujarat high court denied her relief.
Mufti saab formed govt with BJP after assurance on Art 370: MehboobaRediff.com31 Jul 2023
Mufti said her father Sayeed was not power hungry and wanted to deliver Jammu and Kashmir from its problems and troubles.
SC cancels LOC against TMC's Abhishek Banerjee, wifeRediff.com28 Jul 2023
The Supreme Court on Friday ordered withdrawal of the Look Out Circular (LOC) issued against Trinamool Congress MP Abhishek Banerjee and his wife Rujira in connection with the money laundering cases against them linked to an alleged coal smuggling scam in West Bengal.
Rent on PG accommodation, hostel services to attract GST: Karnataka AARRediff.com28 Jul 2023
Rent paid for paying guest (PG) and hostel accommodations, which are not like residential dwellings, would attract 12 per cent goods and services tax (GST), the authority for advance rulings (AAR) in Karnataka has ruled. The AAR, while hearing a case of Srisai Luxurious Stay LLP, said that only rent for residential dwellings would qualify for GST exemption. There was earlier no GST on residential dwellings, as well as on hotels, inns, or guest houses where the rent is up to Rs 1,000 a day.
The Very Best Of DhanushRediff.com28 Jul 2023
Dhanush, who turns 40 on July 28, still defies his age and can transform into an unemployed college graduate, an obsessive, one-sided lover or the doting father of a teen with equal integrity and maybe even lead a badly written film to commercial success.
Asian Games: Chhetri and Co pooled with China, B'deshRediff.com27 Jul 2023
The Indian men's team currently occupies the 18th spot among countries under the Asian Football Confederation, while the women's side is ranked 11th.
TN minister Balaji questions ED's power to arrest him in PMLA caseRediff.com26 Jul 2023
He referred to the top court's 2022 judgement in the Vijay Madanlal Choudhary case and said it had held that ED officers are not "police officers".
Indian football squads get green light for Asian GamesRediff.com26 Jul 2023
Sports Ministry clears participation of Indian men's and women's football teams in Asian Games
As tribal body seeks Prez rule, Meiteis urge PM not to talk to Kuki militantsRediff.com26 Jul 2023
The Zomi-Kuki organisation also sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention for a permanent solution to the ongoing ethnic strife
'Bollywood has not tapped me properly'Rediff.com25 Jul 2023
'But Telugu has done that.' 'The film that I'm doing right now is called Tiger Nageswara Rao, where I play a villain.' 'After this film releases, I guess things will be different.'
Oppenheimer Review: Simply BrilliantRediff.com22 Jul 2023
Oppenheimer is a very politically significant film for our time, observes Utkarsh Mishra.
18-YO Ayesha quits cricket, embraces Islamic valuesRediff.com21 Jul 2023
Pakistani cricketer Ayesha Naseem, 18, announces retirement citing religion
Day after SC bail, Gujarat HC rejects Teesta's discharge plea in same caseRediff.com20 Jul 2023
A sessions court in Ahmedabad on Thursday rejected activist Teesta Setalvad's application seeking discharge in a case related to alleged fabrication of evidence related to the 2002 Gujarat riots.
Manipur CM Survives Because Of Modi-Shah BlessingsRediff.com20 Jul 2023
'It is difficult to replace him because if he is replaced, it will lead to a sense of defeat among the Meiteis, rightly or wrongly, and more chaos.'
SC grants bail to Teesta Setalvad, calls Gujarat HC order perverseRediff.com19 Jul 2023
In a big relief to activist Teesta Setalvad, the Supreme Court on Wednesday granted her regular bail in a case of alleged fabrication of documents to frame innocent people in the 2002 post-Godhra riot cases while terming as "perverse" and "contradictory" the Gujarat high court order denying her bail.