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Smoky haze shrouds Delhi-NCR; air quality now 'very poor'

Stricter anti-pollution measures, including a ban on electricity generators, under the Graded Response Action Plan came into effect in Delhi-National Capital Region on Thursday as a layer of haze......

'Indian Navy is confident of rising to any challenge'

'The Indian Navy has sufficient combat power in areas of interest to India that can quickly scale up operations if the need arises.' 'This includes all the choke points leading into the Indian......

Time to end DRDO's monopoly on defence research

We must seize the opportunity provided by the COVID-19 crisis to kick-start indigenous research efforts, recommends Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). IMAGE: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh holds a......

Rafales to be formally inducted into IAF on Thursday

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, his French counterpart Florence Parly and India's top military brass will attend a ceremony in Ambala airbase on Thursday to formally induct five Rafale fighter jets......

When will Indian Army permit women to fight?

'Today's India is fearless and is on track to be a great power. But this is definitely not happening without women, who form 48 per cent of our population.'Ajai Shukla reports. IMAGE: The Indian......

For Jet Air staff, it's 'light at the end of the tunnel'

Jet’s staff strength stands whittled down to around 4,000, with many former employees having joined airlines in India and abroad. The first day of the Navratri festival began on a high note......

'Air India needs to change its attitude towards safety'

A K Chopra, a retired DGCA official, had flagged concerns regarding engineering, flight safety, operations, and training standards in the airline and subsidiaries, thus warning the management of......

For AirAsia's Tony Fernandes, Indian sky is out of bounds

With cash shortage and plans going awry, the AirAsia owner is looking to cash out of the venture he built with Ratan Tata in 2013. Arindam Majumdar reports. Last September, Tony Fernandes, owner......

How the military can get a bang for every buck

The best available recourse to keep the defence sector healthy is to source most of our requirement within the country so that procurement outlays under both the Revenue and Capital heads flow......

How Railways is ferrying 10 mn workers

Ferrying migrant workers back to their states would be the largest special service by any railway network in the world in one go. Here's how the transporter manages it. IMAGE: Migrants stand in a......

The INSPIRATION behind television shows

Till the lockdown was imposed in March, more than 200 Zee staffers had spent over 2,500 hours across 28 regions in Punjab, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and West......

The A to Z of Shah Rukh Khan

'Tu toh bilkul hero nahi lagta (you don't look like a hero at all).' In candid interviews over the years, an amused Shah Rukh Khan has often recalled this observation, made by a security guard......

'If you make a film on sex, you don't need to be vulgar'

'It was fun trying to regulate ourselves and keep it in the family zone, and yet be tongue-in-cheek.'Ronjita Kulkarni/Rediff.com meets director Shilpi Dasgupta to find out what it takes to make a......
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For Jet Air staff, it's 'light at the end of the tunnel'

Jet’s staff strength stands whittled down to around 4,000, with many former employees having joined airlines in India and abroad. The first... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/for-jet-staff-its-light-at-the-end-of-the-tunnel/20201019.htm
Smoky haze shrouds Delhi-NCR; air quality now 'very poor'

Stricter anti-pollution measures, including a ban on electricity generators, under the Graded Response Action Plan came into effect in... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/pix-smoky-haze-shrouds-delhi-air-quality-now-very-poor/20201015.htm
'Indian Navy is confident of rising to any challenge'

'The Indian Navy has sufficient combat power in areas of interest to India that can quickly scale up operations if the need arises.' 'This includes... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/indian-navy-is-confident-of-rising-to-any-challenge/20200921.htm
Time to end DRDO's monopoly on defence research

We must seize the opportunity provided by the COVID-19 crisis to kick-start indigenous research efforts, recommends Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/time-to-end-drdos-monopoly-on-defence-research/20200917.htm
Rafales to be formally inducted into IAF on Thursday

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, his French counterpart Florence Parly and India's top military brass will attend a ceremony in Ambala airbase on... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/rafales-to-be-formally-inducted-into-iaf-on-thursday/20200908.htm

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