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'Don't treat nurses as angels, treat them as professionals'

'The government lights lamps for nurses, but when we demand what is due for us, they don't listen at all.' IMAGE: Nurses celebrate International Nurses Day in Prayagraj, May 12, 2020. Photograph:......

Border skirmishes: China's strategy to unsettle India

'Post the pandemic, when India is turning a new leaf in its economic policy with an eye on foreign capital and global supply chains that are likely to leave China, heightened tensions on the......

'COVID-19 will be a year-long struggle'

'Predictions are that numbers will continue to rise till May end and maybe in the first half of June will be our peak.' IMAGE: Medical workers arrive for COVID-19 testing at a containment zone in......

Don't want to talk to Xi right now: Trump

United States President Donald Trump has said that he does not want to talk to his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping right now, indicating his displeasure at the Chinese leadership's handling of the......

'Lockdown has changed the environment around us'

'If we want a better life, we have to treat nature better.'That's nature's message to us.' IMAGE: Boats moored to the banks of the Ganga in Patna during the lockdown. Photograph: PTI Photo "One of......

10 unions call for strike against labour law changes on May 22

Ten central trade unions on Friday gave a call for a nationwide strike on May 22 to protest against the suspension of labour laws by some states during the lockdown period, and also decided to take......

Mallya's extradition expected within 28 days

However, the coronavirus pandemic might cause a temporary delay, due to the UK's Article 3 obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights, relating to inhuman and degrading treatment or......

A better world after Covid?

It is time to shrug off the ideological shackles about the way we work, play and live, says Ajit Balakrishnan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Most of us, unless we are professional......

'This will lead to a law of the jungle'

'Just as coronavirus has come to us from China, this disease is also coming from that country.''India is a strong democracy and you cannot compromise on labour laws in this manner.''These changes......

Vijay Mallya files appeal against extradition in UK Supreme Court

The leave to appeal to the Supreme Court is on a point of law of general public importance, which according to experts is a very high threshold that is not often met. Vijay Mallya on Monday filed......

10 Shows To Watch During Lockdown

Binge watching television shows on streaming services has become the new way for us to be entertained at home. And that is not surprising since many of these shows are far better than the films we......

10 Women have their say on Women's Day

Some of Bollywood's amazing women shared some amazing words on International Women's Day. From sharing personal experiences to discussing what exactly makes a happy woman to celebrating every......

You must watch these AMAZING movies!

The stars were there. For a small festival in its fourth year, the International Film Festivals and Awards Macao brings quite a few global film personalities to promote their films. French actress......

How Shah Rukh beat Letterman at his game

Shah Rukh Khan had David Letterman in his grip, giving him no quarter whatsoever, declares Sreehari Nair. The David Letterman of the post-Late Night, post-Late Show phase is a man on a spiritual......

'Sky Is Pink required big stars'

'There is never a safe choice in the movie business.''Everything is chance.' IMAGE: Priyanka Chopra and Farhan Akhtar in The Sky Is Pink. Siddharth Roy Kapur understands the business of the movies......

I also deserve a second chance, says banned Malik

'For any player desirous of wanting to make a comeback the only way is to fully cooperate with his board under the anti-corruption laws.' IMAGE: Saleem Malik had his life ban lifted in 2008 by a......

'At the end of the day, humanity has to trump sport'

'I would say we should look at this positively as it would allow us a year more to plan and train for the Olympics, which is the biggest sporting event for many athletes.' IMAGE: India's star......

Tokyo Games moved to 2021 as 'light at end of pandemic tunnel'

IMAGE: A 3D printed Olympics logo is seen in front of displayed world map and 'Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)' words in this illustration taken. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters The Tokyo Olympics......

'Preserving human life is most important thing right now'

Athletes, national associations and sporting federations from around the world reacted with a mixture of sadness, relief and mainly goodwill to the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on......

Covid-19 crisis: Players' body urges IOC to review Tokyo Olympics

IMAGE: A People wearing masks cycle past a banner for the Tokyo Olympics in Tokyo. Speculation about whether the Olympics can be held has mounted by the day due to concerns about the......
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'Don't treat nurses as angels, treat them as professionals'

'The government lights lamps for nurses, but when we demand what is due for us, they don't listen at all.' IMAGE: Nurses celebrate International... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/covid-19-why-nurses-are-stressed-sick-angry/20200529.htm
China's strategy to unsettle India

'Post the pandemic, when India is turning a new leaf in its economic policy with an eye on foreign capital and global supply chains that are likely... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/border-skirmishes-chinas-strategy-to-unsettle-india/20200525.htm
'COVID-19 will be a year-long struggle'

'Predictions are that numbers will continue to rise till May end and maybe in the first half of June will be our peak.' IMAGE: Medical workers... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/coronavirus-in-india-covid-19-will-be-a-year-long-struggle/20200518.htm
Trump

United States President Donald Trump has said that he does not want to talk to his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping right now, indicating his... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/coronavirus-dont-want-to-talk-to-xi-right-now-trump/20200516.htm
10 unions call for strike against labour law changes on May 22

Ten central trade unions on Friday gave a call for a nationwide strike on May 22 to protest against the suspension of labour laws by some states... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/all-india-strike-on-may-22-against-labour-law-changes/20200515.htm

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