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My Mother-In-Law Zakia Jafri's 20 Year Wait For JusticeRediff.com4 days ago
Every February 28th, Zakia Jafri relives the agony of witnessing the brutal massacre of her husband, former Congress MP Ahsan Jafri, along with scores of other women and children. Despite deteriorating health, her hope that those responsible will be brought to justice, remains strong, notes Najid Hussain.
Gujarat riots perpetrated through design: Zakia Jafri tells SCRediff.com4 days ago
Terming the 2002 incidents of Godhra and subsequent riots as a "national tragedy of gargantuan proportions", Sibal said the petitioner is concerned with how the majesty of the law will deal with such issues when men "behave like animals".
9/11: 20 Years Later, A Father Mourns A Dead SonRediff.com6 days ago
Dates like 9/11 should never be allowed to pass by forgotten because terrorism is not to be borne, inhumanity is not to borne.
Modi Hai to Vishvas Hai!Rediff.com19 Nov 2021
Modi is seen as exceptional not only on account of his acts but also owing to his style. He appears to sacrifice his life for the people -- like a fakir, a figure he came to epitomize even more in 2020 by growing a long white beard. Charisma is above accountability, and Modi has grasped these dynamics.
What's the Raksha Mantri doing in UP?Rediff.com18 Nov 2021
The timing of these events give rise to the strange impression that the defence ministry has been co-opted for the run-up to the assembly election in Uttar Pradesh.
Argentina, Dutch qualify for 2022 FIFA World CupRediff.com17 Nov 2021
Mbappe and Benzema inspire France to 2-0 win against Finland
Saurabh Kirpal could be first openly gay HC judgeRediff.com17 Nov 2021
While the Supreme Court collegium has recently approved the proposal for Kirpal's elevation to the Delhi high court bench which was a matter of controversy due to his sexual orientation, the elevation would be subject to Centre's approval.
Djokovic is the 'GOAT' for SamprasRediff.com16 Nov 2021
American great Pete Sampras said he does not expect any player to match Novak Djokovic's feat of winning the men's year-end world number one ranking seven times.
India better positioned to face external shocks: RBI's PatraRediff.com15 Nov 2021
India is better positioned to face external shocks emanating from increasing geopolitical tensions, the aftermath of the COVID pandemic and the inevitability of climate change, Reserve Bank Deputy Governor Michael Debabrata Patra said on Monday. Relative to macroeconomic configurations in 2013 when India was described as one of the fragile five countries, he said, "India is better positioned currently, as its macroeconomic fundamentals have improved significantly, and external sector indicators point to the availability of enough cushions to manage external shocks." He was speaking at a conference on 'Growth And Development in the BRICS Economies' organised by the Delhi School of Economics (DSE) and the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI).
Khel Ratna Chhetri thanks physios, doctors for longevityRediff.com13 Nov 2021
AIFF President Praful Patel congratulated Chhetri on being conferred with the Khel Ratna.
5 Puneeth Movies You Must WatchRediff.com12 Nov 2021
Puneeth fan M D Riti lists five films that she consider to be amongst his best.
SIT did no probe, ensured nobody was prosecuted in 2002 riots: Zakia to SCRediff.com11 Nov 2021
The special investigation team had not conducted any probe on the alleged larger conspiracy in the 2002 Gujarat riots and there was an effort to 'protect' and ensure that people from the Bajrang Dal, police, bureaucracy and others are not prosecuted, Zakia Jafri told the Supreme Court on Thursday.
Time For RBI To Change Penalty RulesRediff.com11 Nov 2021
Penalty must act as a deterrent. If it is too low, it could encourage the regulated entities to lap up penalty instead of complying with the norms, suggests Tamal Bandyopadhyay.
No material in Zakia Jafri's complaint to take it forward: SIT tells SCRediff.com10 Nov 2021
Zakia Jafri, the wife of slain Congress leader Ehsan Jafri who was killed at Gulberg society in Ahmedabad on February 28, 2002 during the violence, has challenged the SIT's clean chit to 64 persons including Narendra Modi, the then Gujarat chief minister during the 2002 riots in the state.
Communal violence like lava, fertile ground for future revenge: Sibal in Zakia caseRediff.com10 Nov 2021
Communal violence is like a lava erupting from a volcano which scars the ground it touches, senior advocate Kapil Sibal told the Supreme Court on Wednesday while arguing for Zakia Jafri who has challenged the SIT's clean chit to 64 persons including Narendra Modi, the then Gujarat chief minister during the 2002 riots there.
How to DEFEAT the NEXT PandemicRediff.com3 Nov 2021
Illustrious international thinkers met at the Milken Institute Global Conference 2021 and many discussions addressed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world at large.
Blatter, Platini charged with fraud by Swiss authoritiesRediff.com3 Nov 2021
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter and ex-UEFA president Michel Platini have been charged with fraud over unlawfully arranging a payment of two million Swiss francs ($2.19 million).
Puneet Rajkumar: A BEAUTIFUL Life in PICTURESRediff.com2 Nov 2021
Karnataka has been in mourning after movie star Puneeth Rajkumar passed into the ages on October 29.
BEAUTIFUL MOMENTS From SRK's LifeRediff.com2 Nov 2021
He may try to keep it as natural as he can but there's no doubt that he's stolen a piece of everyone's heart, and some of these pictures are proof of that.
Foreign e-com firms destroying small traders: RSS armRediff.com1 Nov 2021
The Centre must bring an "all-encompassing" policy to protect the interests of the consumers as well as offline traders and small traders, he said, underlining that the proposed consumer protection e-commerce rules are "inadequate" to address the issue. The Swadeshi Jagaran Manch (SJM) is an affiliate of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
Kannada actor Puneet Rajkumar deadRediff.com29 Oct 2021
Well-known Kannada actor Puneeth Rajkumar died in Bangalore on Friday, October 29, following a heart attack, hospital sources said.
Dr Devi wants to be New York's Public AdvocateRediff.com29 Oct 2021
A traumatic medical emergency drove physician Dr Devi, of General Hospital soap fame, to run for public office in New York.
No further action after attaching Amnesty India's funds, HC tells EDRediff.com26 Oct 2021
The Delhi High Court Tuesday restrained the Enforcement Directorate from taking any further action pursuant to the attachment of Amnesty International India's funds in connection with a money laundering case.
'Nedumudi Venu made me feel like his own'Rediff.com24 Oct 2021
Poornima Indrajith, who acted with Nedumudi Venu in the daily soap Oomakkuyil for three years, shares lovely memories of the legendary actor, who passed into the ages on October 11.
HC says Muslim ex-wife is entitled to maintenanceRediff.com20 Oct 2021
Quoting verses from Surah Al Bakra in Qur'an, Justice Krishna S Dixit said a pious Muslim owes a moral and religious duty to provide subsistence to his destitute ex-wife.
SC cancels HC order granting furlough to Asaram's son Narayan SaiRediff.com20 Oct 2021
The Supreme Court on Wednesday set aside the order of the Gujarat high court granting 14-day furlough to rape convict Narayan Sai, son of self-styled godman Asaram Bapu.
Divestment push may boost PSU m-cap from all-time low currentlyRediff.com19 Oct 2021
The share of public sector undertakings (PSUs) in the total market capitalisation of listed companies--at an all-time low of 10 per cent currently --- may get a leg-up from the government's divestment push. Recently the government announced the successful sale of national carrier Air India to Tata Sons, India's first privatisation of a PSU since 2002-03. The transaction is expected to be completed by December.
11 BEAUTIFUL STORIES From Around The WorldRediff.com19 Oct 2021
Aseem Chhabra lists his favourite films from the recent Toronto International Film Festival.
Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, 4 others get life term in murder caseRediff.com18 Oct 2021
The court in Panchkula had convicted Ram Rahim and four others -- Krishan Lal, Jasbir Singh, Avtar Singh and Sabdil -- in the murder case on October 8.
ATP Rankings: Federer drops out of top-10Rediff.com18 Oct 2021
The Swiss star underwent arthroscopic right knee surgeries in February 2020 and May 2020. Federer has played five tournaments since having those surgeries, all of which came this season.
India slips to 101st rank in Global Hunger Index; behind Pak, B'deshRediff.com15 Oct 2021
Eighteen countries, including China, Brazil and Kuwait, shared the top rank with GHI score of less than five, the website of the Global Hunger Index that tracks hunger and malnutrition said on Thursday.
Hunger Index: Pak, B'desh, Nepal fare better than IndiaRediff.com14 Oct 2021
India has slipped to 101st position in the Global Hunger Index (GHI) 2021 of 116 countries, from its 2020 position of 94th and is behind its neighbours Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. Eighteen countries, including China, Brazil and Kuwait, shared the top rank with GHI score of less than five, the website of the Global Hunger Index that tracks hunger and malnutrition said on Thursday. The report, prepared jointly by Irish aid agency Concern Worldwide and German organisation Welt Hunger Hilfe, termed the level of hunger in India "alarming".
Kenyan long-distance Olympian Tirop stabbed to deathRediff.com13 Oct 2021
The 25-year-old represented Kenya in the 5,000m event at the Tokyo Olympics and finished fourth in the finals after clocking 14:39.62 seconds.
Dera chief's sentencing in murder case deferred till Oct 18Rediff.com12 Oct 2021
The special court had convicted them on Friday in the murder case of a Dera manager, Ranjit Singh.
SC to examine ED's power to attach ancestral assets in PMLA casesRediff.com11 Oct 2021
The Supreme Court has agreed to examine the legal issue of whether the Enforcement Directorate can attach ancestral properties of the accused under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act as 'proceeds of crime.'
'I am the Tiger'Rediff.com11 Oct 2021
BJP CMs promote a lawless culture, one where groups backed by the State are encouraged to attack fellow citizens, where being trigger-happy is the official police policy, notes Jyoti Punwani.
US Worried About Security Leaks From IndiaRediff.com9 Oct 2021
GSOMIA does not cover the exchange of classified information with Indian private industry. Washington wanted this covered too, given New Delhi's emphasis on the proposed 'strategic partnership' model of procurement.
Ansals convicted of tampering with evidence in Uphaar fire caseRediff.com8 Oct 2021
A Delhi court on Friday convicted real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal for tampering with evidence in the 1997 case of Uphaar Cinema fire which claimed 59 lives.
20 years later: India's privatisation story off to 'Maharaja' startRediff.com8 Oct 2021
With the new owner shelling out Rs 18,000 crore for the buyout of 'Maharaja' this would be the highest ever amount garnered through privatisation or even the cumulative sum garnered through strategic sale in 1999-00 to 2003-04. The government had garnered roughly over Rs 5,000 crore during that five-year period by privatising 10 CPSEs.
Dera Sacha chief convicted of murdering sect's ex-manager in 2002Rediff.com8 Oct 2021
A special CBI court in Panchkula on Friday convicted Dera Sacha Sauda sect chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh for the murder of former Dera manager Ranjit Singh in 2002.