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When Vajpayee appeared on the Rediff Chat

Archana Masih recalls that December evening 22 years ago when Atal Bihari Vajpayee logged into the Rediff Chat. It was Christmas Eve, on the eve of Atal Bihari Vajpayee's 72nd birthday. He had......

'His interests were books, verse and politics'

Far away from the glare of publicity live Atal Bihari Vajpayee's family -- three sisters, nephews, nieces and their children.A large family proud of its bond with India's leader.Rediff.com's......

Sonia, 70. Down memory lane

As Congress President Sonia Gandhi turns 70, here's recalling her extraordinary life in pictures. In 1968, Sonia Gandhi could not have imagined the twists her life would take when she married Rajiv......

Why we need an A P J Abdul Kalam party

'When you can use Mahatma Gandhi and Babasaheb Ambedkar's names, why can't you use Dr Kalam's name?''The idea is to take Dr Kalam's vision to the people.''Elections will come and go, but the vision......

'She took a stand in Gujarat when few had the courage to do so'

'Though she was deeply religious, she was against communalism. Whenever she got the chance, she did speak out against the communalisation of society.' In a family that dazzled with luminaries --......

For airlines, it's time for a ferocious fare war

Jet Airways and Vistara slash prices by 40 and 30%, respectively A battle for business class passengers has broken out with Jet Airways and Vistara slashing their fares in limited period sale......

Airlines can't be forced to fly on unviable routes, say experts

  Supreme Court had asked govt to spell out policy guidelines on uneconomic routes Domestic carriers and the civil aviation ministry are in a quandary after the Supreme Court sought to know......

REDIFF ARCHIVES: 'The most boring person is one who plays safe'

Mumbai-origin Gulam Kaderbhoy Noon, who migrated to Britain with little funds and went on to found several Indian food companies that made him known as Britain’s first ‘Curry......

Lord Noon's Bombay Halwa launches Royal Halal in UK

British food producer Bombay Halwa, promoted by leading NRI entrepreneur Lord Gulam Noon, has launched Royal Halal meals primarily targeting UK's Muslim community.Royal Halal is a range of premium......

Govt defers ground handling policy by 1 year

The government on Tuesday deferred the implementation of the ground handling policy at airports by a year, allowing private airlines to continue their ground handling services, along with airport......

'Plastic smile and heart': Vivek on Ash, films

In a revealing interviewto Farah Khan on her show on Star Plus, Tere Mere Beech Mein, Vivek Oberoi spoke his mind about his ex -- Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,films and his infamous tiff with Salman......

Subhash Ghai: I'm making Salman's best

Almost synonymous with the word blockbuster, Subhash Ghaihas long dominated India's box office as a director. Now, entering another phase of his career, the showman brings us Whistling Woods, a......

The woman who almost made Farhan act!

Reema Kagti is glad her parents forced her to pursue graduation. Had they not insisted upon it, she may not have attained the recognition she enjoys today in the Hindi film industry.This 33-year......

Is Amey the next Abhijeet?

That Mumbai loves its own is a known fact.It was proved during the first season of Indian Idol, when the city promoted aamcha mulga Abhijeet Sawant, making voting difficult for Amit Sana from......

Rajat Kapoor: People are not valued here

Even though Rajat Kapoor's directorial debut, Raghu Romeo, didn't do as well as he'd hoped, it was critically acclaimed. His latest, Mixed Doubles, promises to be as good. It stars Konkana Sen......

The Mohammad brothers: Pakistan cricket's first family

It will soon be a month since Hanif Mohammad passed into the ages.Haresh Pandya recounts the fairy tale-like story of the legendary brothers who left an imprint on world cricket.   IMAGE:......

Pakistan batting great Hanif Mohammad passes away

Pakistan's legendary former captain and batsman Hanif Mohammad, who held the record for the longest innings in Test cricket, passed away on Thursday after a prolonged battle with lung cancer.......

Tendulkar ready for the test

Sachin Tendulkar, who will undergo a fitness test on Tuesday in a bid to make the team for the Test series in the West Indies, had a light practice session at the Mumbai Cricket Association ground,......

Sachin back in the nets

Sachin Tendulkar, who is currently recovering from a shoulder injury, had a light batting session with a cricket ball at the Mumbai Cricket Association Ground at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai......

Amritrajs going an ace up

Vijay Amritraj's last two Davis Cup ties for India were against Pakistan, in 1970, at Patna, and 1973, at Malaysia. Now, 33 years later, when the teams again cross swords in Mumbai, his son Prakash......

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