rediff.com

NewsApp (Free)

Read news as it happens
Download NewsApp

Available on  gplay

Rediff News  All News 

College London

Rediff.com  »  News  »   College London

  News for College London

  • News
  • Business
  • Movies
  • Sports

'We have tided over the crisis in this part of the country, hopefully'

'In the second wave, probably due to the mutants, probably due to COVID-19-inappropriate behaviour, we are seeing it coming in the younger population, say from ages 30 to 50.''Also, we've seen that......

1 in 4 experience mild side effects from Covishield: Lancet study

One in four people experience mild, short lived systemic side effects after receiving either the COVID-19 preventive by Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccine -- known as Covishield in India -- with......

'So many deaths are happening all around you'

'Your family, your kith and kin, are also under stress, some of your relatives will die, without getting appropriate treatment.' IMAGE: Family members wait to cremate COVID-19 victims outside an......

'Today it is a fight head on'

'This year, we know the virus.''Last year we didn't know anything about it.''The best part is that for the Indian population there has been some amount of cross protection.' IMAGE: A health worker......

Anil Dharker: Editor, bon vivant, mentor to many

Everywhere Anil Dharker went, he assembled teams of talented people, gave them opportunities, then got out of the way and allowed them to flourish.Meenakshi Shedde remembers a very special......

India's IT firms have big plans for UK

IT firms Infosys and Mphasis on Tuesday said they will create employment for about 2,000 people, while Wipro will invest pound 16 million (about Rs 163 crore) in the UK over the next few years.......

A year of living and working in the shadow of Covid-19 pandemic

There is no one way to describe the 12 months that have gone by since India reported its first Covid-positive case on January 30, 2020. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com A year when life......

Rana Kapoor: Banker gone Rogue

'The book captures Rana Kapoor's hunger for real estate leading to bungalows in Delhi, Mumbai, London and other cities; the multiple companies -- over 100 -- to fund his family's various ventures;......

Shapoorji Pallonji may bag UK's largest theme park deal

Pegged at $1.8 billion in construction deal size, The London Resort, which is located 17 minutes outside London, has attracted bids from three other construction majors from across the world. One......

Many challenges await new FinMin secretary

The finance minister is ready to present a second financial package. The Centre has ruled out a mega stimulus and will rely on targeted, incremental packages. Industry is clamouring for a bailout,......

3 amazing Vinod Khanna performances you must watch!

It’s been four years since Vinod Khanna passed away. Subhash K Jha remembers the actor who could have been a star. Vinod Khanna remained underrated throughout his career. He just......

Just how SUCCESSFUL are SPORTS films?

Saina chronicles the life and games of badminton ace Saina Nehwal, who won a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics. As Parineeti Chopra brings Saina's story on screen, Joginder Tuteja takes a......

'I'm not a girlfriend stealer'

'Ranveer was seeing a girl and then I think they broke up many months later.''8-10 months later, I started seeing her.' Photograph: Kind courtesy Aditya Roy Kapur/Instagram Aditya Roy Kapur looks......

Lovers Rock review

Lovers Rock is sexy, romantic, charming and hugely entertaining -- a perfect gift for movie lovers in these tough times, recommends Aseem Chhabra. In Director Steve McQueen's new film Lovers Rock,......

Bollywood's COOL Daddy moments

Sukanya Verma looks at the baap-beti equations depicted on the screen. He is her hero. She is his baby. The bond between dads and daughters is strong and special. We can see glimpses of its warmth......

Japan, eyeing Olympics, lines up half-billion doses of COVID-19 vaccine

IMAGE: The additional challenge of immunising athletes and visitors before or after landing in Japan will be enormous. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Illustration/Reuters Japan is making an......

Balbir's death marks end of hockey's golden era

If Dhyan Chand's wizardry was a source of joy in a colonised India, Balbir Singh Sr's artistry was an inspiration for an India trying to find its bearings post-independence. 'He was one of India's......

How F1 teams are helping Britain battle coronavirus

'By working flat out... we have accomplished something in five days that would normally take two years.' IMAGE: Engine maker Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains has worked with a team of......

Lord's cricket ground lends support to medical staff

IMAGE: The Lord's cricket ground, owned by Marylebone Cricket Club, has provided 75 parking space for staff at Wellington Hospital, University College Hospital, and the Hospital of St John and St......

Can India host the 2032 Olympics?

'The Mumbai-Pune Olympics will be help shift the country's gaze to a region that denotes a new formula for sports, enterprise, and nation building,' argues Shashank Mani Tripathi. IMAGE: The......
  Videos for College London
 college london video
 college london video
  Web results for College London
Why Israel-Palestine conflict is different this time

The video traveled at 4G speed, leapfrogging across international borders, social media platforms and social justice movements: a young Palestinian... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/world-news/online-global-and-growing-why-israel-palestinian-conflict-is-different-this-time/articleshow/82730443.cms
Insurers to make health cover norms tougher

Just when Indians most need the financial anchor that insurance provides, insurers will be making the purchase of life and health covers tougher... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/banking/finance/insure/insurers-to-make-life-health-cover-norms-tougher-a-new-cover-story-in-times-of-covid/articleshow/82725395.cms
'We have tided over the crisis in this part of the country, hopefully'

'In the second wave, probably due to the mutants, probably due to COVID-19-inappropriate behaviour, we are seeing it coming in the younger... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/dr-khushrav-bajan-mumbai-we-have-tided-over-the-crisis/20210511.htm
COVID-19 levels fall in UK as health officials review variant found in India

The Imperial College London-led Real-time Assessment of Community Transmission (REACT-1) study comes as it emerged that the government's Scientific... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/world-news/covid-19-levels-fall-in-uk-as-health-officials-review-variant-found-in-india/articleshow/82609384.cms
UK's new labour battleground?

As coronavirus wreaks severe economic damage, some British employers stand accused of taking a highly controversial measure to stay afloat: fire... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/business/fire-and-rehire-britains-new-labour-battleground/articleshow/82493598.cms

Related Tags


  1. gujarat
  2. bjp
  3. india
  4. lok sabha
  5. supreme court
  6. upa
  7. bharatiya janata party
  8. congress
  9. new delhi
  10. united progressive alliance
  11. ahmedabad
  12. sonia gandhi
  13. nda
  14. rahul gandhi
  15. rajnath singh
  16. nitin gadkari
  17. delhi
  18. manmohan singh
  19. bihar
  20. national democratic alliance
  21. jd-u
  22. nitish kumar
  23. rashtriya swayamsevak sangh
  24. uttar pradesh
  25. photo
  26. advani
  27. central bureau of investigation
  28. rss
  29. janata dal-united
  30. ips

Related Pages


 college london
Bedford College (London)


0 Followers

 college london
University College London

University College London
1 Followers

 college london
King's College London Business


0 Followers

 college london
Hellenic College of London


0 Followers

 college london
Salesian College (London)

UK School
0 Followers

Top Coverage News


Coming to India and making

Success in manufacturing is not just about being cheap - cheap labour, cheap land, cheap power...
Broswe by: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z