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Asian Games: Here's what motivates squash veteran Joshna!Rediff.com3 days ago
Joshna Chinappa is making a 'mind-boggling' sixth appearance at the Asian Games, having made her debut as a 15-year-old a couple of decades ago in 2002.
Sanatan Dharma Controversy: Why Stalin Is UnflusteredRediff.com4 days ago
Any narrative against the Dravidian model may impact the BJP's prospects in Tamil Nadu. This may explain why the BJP in Tamil Nadu is placing more emphasis on corruption allegations against the DMK, even as the party focuses nationally on the Sanatana controversy.
History of women's representation in Parliament so farRediff.com5 days ago
Looking at the history of women representation in Lok Sabha, the percentage remained about 5 till the 1970s and it was only in 2009 that it could reach a double-digit figure.
Tough road before women's reservation becomes realityRediff.com5 days ago
The provisions in the Constitution (128th Amendment) Bill make it clear that the women's reservation will come into effect only after the delimitation exercise or the redrawing of constituencies taking into account the data of the census conducted once the bill becomes a law.
Asian Games: One last hurrah for these Indian iconsRediff.com6 days ago
Tennis ace Rohan Bopanna, hockey great P R Sreejesh and table tennis legend Sharath Kamal, are gearing up for one last hurrah at the Asian Games, starting in Hangzhou, from September 23.
Asian Games: India face formidable China in football openerRediff.com6 days ago
India were able to stitch a rag-tag final squad only on Friday and the team left for China on Sunday, leaving no time for the players to even have a training session together.
Will it happen for us, asks JNU VC on SC relief to SetalvadRediff.com7 days ago
Pandit, who was appointed as the JNU VC in February last year, said some people opposed her decision to put the national flag and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's photo on the varsity premises.
India to kick-off Asian Games campaign against host ChinaRediff.com7 days ago
The women's football competition at the Asian Games 2023, meanwhile, will kick off on September 21.
Indian Super Moms aiming for Asian Games gloryRediff.com17 Sep 2023
Here are the Indian Super Moms' at the Hangzhou Asian Games beginning on September 23.
India's squash trio chase gold in final Asian Games!Rediff.com16 Sep 2023
India's golden generation of squash ready for one last dance at Asian Games
Maoist leader Sanjoy Deepak carrying Rs 25 lakh bounty held in HyderabadRediff.com16 Sep 2023
Rao's history includes arrests in 2000 by Sahadha police of Nandurbar district and subsequent releases, as well as an underground stint in 2002, leading to his arrest by Malkanoor PS police of Karnataka in 2005.
The love of playing Davis Cup is missing: BopannaRediff.com15 Sep 2023
Rohan Bopanna often gets baffled to find the love of playing Davis Cup diminishing with passage of time.
India overwhelming favourites in Bopanna's Davis Cup farewellRediff.com15 Sep 2023
Hauling itself up from World Group II should not be a complicated task for India when it takes on an unostentatious Morocco in the home tie, which will be more of a celebration of Rohan Bopanna's Davis Cup career.
Some convicts more privileged, observes SC in Bilkis Bano hearingRediff.com14 Sep 2023
There are some convicts who are "more privileged", the Supreme Court said on Thursday while hearing pleas challenging the grant of remissions to 11 convicts in the Bilkis Bano gangrape case and the murder of seven of her family members during the 2002 Gujarat riots.
SC to hear pleas for probe into Gujarat fake encounters from 2002 to 2006Rediff.com13 Sep 2023
The apex court was hearing separate pleas filed in 2007 by senior journalist BG Verghese, and noted lyricist Javed Akhtar and Shabnam Hashmi, seeking a probe into the alleged fake encounters.
'We Are In A Calamity'Rediff.com12 Sep 2023
'Now they're talking about changing the Constitution; they feel they have no reason now to hide their intentions.'
Why Anti-Defection Law Needs ScrutinyRediff.com12 Sep 2023
Should the anti-defection law in India exist only to prevent democratically elected governments from being toppled?
SHOCKING! 2,374 IAF Crashes. 1,305 Pilots KilledRediff.com12 Sep 2023
During these seven decades, the IAF has lost 2,374 aircraft to crashes. They include 1,126 fighters and 1,248 non-combat aircraft. In addition, 229 trainers and 196 helicopters have crashed. These crashes have resulted in the deaths of 1,305 skilled pilots, note Ajai Shukla and Devesh Kapur.
Timeline: Djokovic's run to record 24 Grand Slam titlesRediff.com11 Sep 2023
Novak Djokovic beat Daniil Medvedev in the US Open final to win a 24th Grand Slam singles title and equal Margaret Court's record haul.
Uddhav warns of Godhra-like incident after Ram temple openingRediff.com10 Sep 2023
Shiv Sena-Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray chief Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday claimed a "Godhra-like" incident may take place during the "return journey" of the large number of people expected to converge at Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh from across the nation for the inauguration of the Ram temple.
African Union becomes permanent member of G20Rediff.com9 Sep 2023
The African Union on Saturday joined the G20 after all member countries accepted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's proposal to bring the key bloc of the Global South to the high table of the world's top economies, a major diplomatic achievement of India's presidency.
Cruelty differs for man and woman, adopt broad approach in divorce: SC to courtsRediff.com7 Sep 2023
A bench of Justices Sanjiv Khanna and MM Sundresh said the word 'cruelty' under Section 13(1)(ia) of the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 has no fixed meaning, and therefore, gives a very wide discretion to the Court to apply it "liberally and contextually".
At ASEAN, Modi presents 12-point proposal to bolster cooperationRediff.com7 Sep 2023
Modi attended the 20th ASEAN-India Summit in Jakarta. Secretary-General of ASEAN Dr Kao Kim Hourn also attended the summit.
Why Are The Women So Screechy?Rediff.com7 Sep 2023
Film-makers seem to think a modern woman has to adopt the worst traits of men, observes Deepa Gahlot.
Reservations to continue as long as there's inequality: RSS chiefRediff.com7 Sep 2023
Speaking at an event in Nagpur, he also said the 'Akhand Bharat' or undivided India will become a reality before today's youngsters become old, as those who separated from India in 1947 are now feeling that they made a mistake.
PIX: Top lawyer Harish Salve weds for 3rd timeRediff.com4 Sep 2023
The 68-year-old senior lawyer was earlier married to Meenakshi (his first wife) and Caroline Brossard later in 2020.
US Open PIX: Alcaraz holds off Evans; Pegula in last 16Rediff.com3 Sep 2023
IMAGES from Day 6 of the 2023 US Open on Saturday.
Day after youth's murder, Union minister's son booked under Arms Act in UPRediff.com2 Sep 2023
According to the minister, his son Vikas Kishore lives at his Lucknow residence but he was in Delhi when Vinay Srivastava, described as his friend, was murdered at the house.
Pyaar Aur Mohabbat At INDIA MeetRediff.com2 Sep 2023
Arvind Kejriwal warned the media that "very big forces" would try and break the INDIA alliance by showing that there was a lot of acrimony among them.
Man shot dead after brawl during card game at Union minister's UP home, 3 heldRediff.com2 Sep 2023
The minister's son, Vikas Kishore, who lives in the house, was in Delhi at the time, when his friend Vinay Srivastava was shot in the head by his other friends.
What Kovind said in 2018 on 'one-nation, one-election'Rediff.com1 Sep 2023
"Frequent elections not only impose a huge burden on human resources but also impede the development process due to the promulgation of the model code of conduct. Therefore, a sustained debate is required on the subject of simultaneous elections and all political parties need to arrive at a consensus on this issue," he had said.
All The Tomatoes You Want, Folks!Rediff.com1 Sep 2023
It's that time of the year again -- the annual La Tomatina festival in Bunol, Spain.
SC to resume hearing in Bilkis Bano case on Aug 31Rediff.com30 Aug 2023
The Supreme Court is scheduled to resume hearing on Thursday a clutch of petitions challenging the remission granted to all 11 convicts in the Bilkis Bano gang-rape case and murder of seven of her family members during the 2002 Gujarat riots.
Madhumita murder: UP ex-minister Amarmani Tripathi, wife releasedRediff.com26 Aug 2023
The prisons department had on Thursday issued an order for the premature release of Amarmani Tripathi, citing the state's 2018 policy on remission, since they have completed 16 years of imprisonment.
Lessons To Be Learnt From Nitin Desai's DeathRediff.com25 Aug 2023
We must stop stigmatising business failures. Particularly when startups are mushrooming all around, the financial system, backed by the RBI and the government, can explore ways of extending support to restart the journey of a failed entrepreneur by finance as well as counselling, recommends Tamal Bandyopadhyay.
NMC stays generic drugs rule for doctors, bar on endorsing drugsRediff.com24 Aug 2023
Members of the IMA and IPA had met Mansukh Mandaviya on Monday and expressed their concerns over the regulations.
SC surprised one of Bilkis Bano convicts is a practising lawyerRediff.com24 Aug 2023
"Law is supposed to be a noble profession," the Supreme Court observed on Thursday, and voiced surprise over how can one of the convicts in the Bilkis Bano gang-rape case and murder of her family members during the 2002 Gujarat riots practise law after his conviction, the remission of his sentence notwithstanding.
'How can you forget what Christians do for nation building?'Rediff.com23 Aug 2023
'Even if they try to silence us, even if they kill so many of us, we won't give up.' 'We won't give up doing the good work we are doing for society.' 'Because we love this country.'
Former Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak dies at 49Rediff.com23 Aug 2023
The 49-year-old announced his retirement at the age of 31, in 2005. Streak still remains the only Zimbabwe bowler with more than 100 Test and over 200 ODI wickets.
'It's a special kind of support'Rediff.com22 Aug 2023
Continuing his dream run, Praggnanandhaa on Monday stunned Caruana 3.5-2.5 via the tie-break in the semi-finals to set up a summit clash with world number one and five-time world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway at the FIDE's premier event.