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Stranded Indian students from London offered admission

Over 350 Indian students are among nearly 2,600 non-European Union students being offered places at various universities after the London Metropolitan University was stripped of its licence to......

'Nehru was eclectic, and brilliant'

Historian Stanley Wolpert, author of several books on India, passed into the ages recently.We remember Professor Wolpert with Rajeev Srinivasan's March 1997 interview published on the occasion of......

An Indian soldier challenges Jaish

'The brainless 'fidayeen' you have been breeding are going to hell to rot and not to any heaven.''No one can get away after messing with the Indian Defence Forces,' Major Mohommed Ali Shah, an......

Video: A basketball camp for the wheelchair-bound

Afsar Dayatar/Rediff.com captures on video an unusual basketball camp held in Mumbai recently. The second international wheelchair basketball camp, organised by the Nina Foundation and the......

Why the British Museum won't return the Harihara

'It is vital that objects such as the Harihara -- and collections from South Asia generally -- remain here,' the British Museum tells Vaihayasi Pande Daniel. PART I: Give us our gods back! PART......

University of East London honours Subhash Chandra

Subhash Chandra, Chairman, Zee & Essel Group has received the Honorary Doctorate of Business Administration from the University of East London (UEL). Chandra received the Doctorate from Lord Gulam......

Buying a home abroad not just a dream anymore

Indians are the biggest non-Arab investors in Dubai’s real estate market. Image: Indians own the largest number of apartments in the iconic Burj Khalifa.. Photographs: Reuters  ......

Climate change may lengthen London to New York flight time

  Flights from London to New York could take longer and be more expensive in the future due to the effects of climate change, according to a new study that may have implications for the......

Energy, health care sectors gain from Modi's UK visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three-day visit to Britain has seen India and the UK agreeing on Rs 90,000 crore (Rs 900 billion) in commercial deals and concluding negotiations over a deal......

'For many years, it upset me that I was a businessman'

'I wondered what mistakes I made in my life to be a businessman. Deep down, I still have doubts about it.' Shobha Warrier meets the amazing Dilip Kapur who built a Rs 160 crore business with just......

What inspired Rangoon?

Did the human drama provoked by the Japanese invasion of Burma and the Indian exodus from Rangoon inspire director Vishal Bhardwaj's forthcoming epic? IMAGE: Saif Ali Khan in Rangoon. The railway......

Another award for Dev Anand

Legendary Bollywood actor-producer Dev Anand was conferred the title Punjab Ratan (Jewel of Punjab) by the World Punjabi Organisation (European Division) for his outstanding contribution in the......

Young African footballers duped, dumped by traffickers

'More boys drop out of school to pursue football, pinning their hopes on the sport as a way to improve their lives' 'When you combine boys who want to leave Africa and dream of being the next......

Incheon ready to showcase cream of Asian sports

Rejepgeldy Nurmammedow (right), Head of Government of Ashghabat city, Turkmenistan, the next host city of Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games waves OCA flag with other delegates. Photograph: Chung......

Dow Chemical's Olympic PR push dogged by Bhopal

Dow Chemical Co hoped an Olympic sponsorship would boost its global cache, but the company's link to a gas leak tragedy 28 years ago threatens to curb some of the benefits from the $100 million......

Olympics: Londoners looking to make money out of homes

Harriet Howse is one of many Londoners looking to make a profit out of their property during this summer's Olympics, leaving the city and their homes to strangers to avoid the anticipated mayhem of......

Easy money at an end in European sport

The heady days of easy credit and sky-high wages are ending in Europe with the global financial crisis driving sports clubs and authorities to change course. "The full extent of the credit crisis......
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