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People shouldn't hesitate to get vaccinated: Delhi's 1st COVID patient

Days ahead of the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination roll-out, Delhi’s first coronavirus patient urged people on Monday to get immunised without hesitation and listen to the scientific......

Tanhaji and the distortions of history

'Indian apathy towards our historical heritage is indeed amazing,' says military historian Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).   Against my firm resolve of never seeing a Hindi historical movie --......

Sheena Bora Case: Is that Sheena's skull?

As Indrani, Sanjeev Khanna and Peter pass cupboard no 6 -- where the skull is stored -- what thoughts pass through their mind?Savera R Someshwar reports from the Sheena Bora murder......

'Modi is the headmaster trying to instil discipline'

The election campaign finally ended on Friday, May 17.Arindam Majumder reveals what he discovered on the election front on a long rail journey. A long train journey can often reveal a variety of......

'BJP government is doing precious little to stop cattle smuggling'

'The previous (Congress) government at least did not veto provisions of the cattle laws.''The BJP is actively weakening the provisions.''The BJP government tried to export goats from Nagpur for......

India looks at close to double digit growth this year: Sitharaman

India is looking at near close to double-digit growth this year and the country will be one of the fastest-growing economies, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said. IMAGE: Finance Minister......

Distressed Kanpur leather industry now faces Kumbh trouble

Ahead of the Kumbh Mela from January-March 2019 at Prayag, the tanneries have been asked to shut down to stop discharge of effluents into the Ganga. IMAGE: A leather tannery at an industrial area......

Discover India's poshest homes

These exist in a unique world of by-invitation-only properties -- those that are never advertised and which money alone cannot buy.One cannot simply walk in for a tour of these apartments.A buyer......

Falling rupee will boost exports, save jobs

'It is time to allow the rupee to move towards its true value, as it is hurting Indian exports, investment and SMEs associated with export sectors that create jobs,' argues Pravakar......

Demonetisation has driven Solapur's beedi workers to loan sharks

In the last of a six-part series Sanjay Jog discovers that if the government and beedi employers don't act now, there could be social unrest soon. I: Cash crunch pain hits Dharavi's leather......

Why you must see Katiyabaaz!

Katiyabaaz captures the electricity crisis in an Indian city. Filmmakers Fahad Mustafa and Deepti Kakkar tell Aseem Chhabra/Rediff.com what went into making their powerful documentary, which......

'American films would make fun of India'

Five years ago scriptwriter Tracey Jackson went to Hollywood with a clipping from The New York Times, perhaps the first article to report on the call centres in India. The article talked about......

Stalking Shah Rukh, Abhishek, Rani

Bombay Jen and her friend Paul Meidinger were insistent. I had to go with them to the lobby bar of a hotel in midtown Manhattan to watch the stars of Karan Johar's Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna.They had......

Shahbaz: Maths-loving cricketer makes it to the top!

'Given a chance, I hope I can win matches for India with my batting and bowling. I hope the team can bank on me.' IMAGE: While he has 57 first-class, 24 List A and 39 T20 wickets at domestic......

My Dada Sunil Gavaskar

To watch Dada standing on the steps of the airplane ladder with a glittering trophy in hand was exhilarating, recalls Hemant Kenkre. IMAGE: Sunil Gavaskar bats during the second Test against......

Dukes ball: Swing king Anderson's weapon of choice

The reason James Anderson's eyes light up when he is thrown a new Dukes is that 368 of his 575 Test wickets have come on home soil, where the ball has been the default during his long career.......

Cricket, culture and the SMS

It has been the domain of tourism so far:serve the core attraction with a side-dish of culture.Cricket, which has transformed itself into the most lucrative entertainment industry in India, has......

Paras Mhambrey to assist Wright

August 20, 2003 | 13:50 ISTParas Mhambrey to assist Wright The Indian cricket board has sought the services of Mumbai's Ranji Trophy-winning captain Paras Mhambrey to assist coach John Wright in......

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