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Australia to shoot down 650,000 camels
It is trouble for camels in the Kangaroo Land. Amid widespread criticism, Australia has decided to slaughter as many as 650, 000 camels in the remote Outback area of the country. Why this step?......
Obama seeks to 'reset' ties with Russia
Keen to "reset" the damaged relations with Russia, US President Barack Obama said on Monday that the two countries have "more in common than they have differences" as his counterpart Dmitry......
Pakistan army still calls the shots
Former diplomat M K Bhadrakumar recently presented a paper on Pakistan and Terrorism at the Asia Centre, a Bangalore-based think-tank. There is little or no evidence that the return to......
Why Air India is in a mess, and how it can be revived
Sanjeev Nayyar Have you heard of a company That makes a financial commitment of Rs 55,000 crore for purchase of 111 aircraft on an equity base of Rs 145 crore and carry-forward losses of Rs......
'The Budget was fundamentally boring'
Parag Saxena, founding general partner & CEO, New Silk Road Partners, speaking on the Indian Union Budget 2009 at Asia Society in New...
$10 laptop flops, India orders 250,000 OLPC laptops
The '$10, world's cheapest laptop', developed in India has been given a quiet burial with the government placing an order for 250,000 XO laptops from the Nicholas Negroponte-led One Laptop Per......
Premium watch segment grows by leaps and bounds
Even as the mass-market watch brands are experiencing poor sales growth, the premium-to-luxury watch segment is seeing rapid growth, attracting global jewellery and watch players to India. For......
Sriram Raghavan explains Andhadhun
'The biggest success of Andhadhun is that viewers are thinking and debating about it. I didn't expect it,' Sriram Raghavan tells Ronjita Kulkarni/Rediff.com. IMAGE: Sriram Raghavan and Ayushmann......
Andhadhun Review: A delicious masterpiece
Andhadhun is a stunning, comic, grisly, absurd, intense, cold, crazy and must-watch, applauds Sukanya Verma. Under that silver, wiry mop of hair dwells the brain of a reckless genius. Director......
Will Ranbir Kapoor make a good Harry Potter? VOTE!
Fans can never get enough of Harry Potter. Every new book or even announcement gets us super excited! We couldn't help but wonder what if the fantasy series was made in India? Who would you cast......
How the best Hindi movie of 2015 achieved true greatness
'Badlapur,' says Sreehari Nair, 'proves that sometimes there are more personal truths to be discovered in our trash cans than in our neatly arranged book-shelves.' IMAGE: Varun Dhawan in Badlapur.......
40 years of Sholay: Jai, Veeru, Basanti THEN and NOW!
Rediff.com celebrates 40 years of the beloved movie classic. 'Indian film history can be divided into Sholay BC and Sholay AD,' believes filmmaker Shekhar Kapur.The maker of Mr India isn't......
So, here comes Saif Ali Khan, after a...
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