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SHOCKING: Kerala student suffers kidney damage after six-hour ragging

A first year student of the Government Polytechnic College in Kerala's Kottayam has been hospitalised with kidney damage after he was brutally ragged by eight senior students, police said on......

Alert: SIA youth scholarships 2005

Singapore Airlines is offering a scholarship for a two-year pre-university course in a top junior college in Singapore. Studies commencing in January 2005 will lead tothe Singapore-Cambridge......

Patients suffer as 4,000 doctors go on mass leave in Maharashtra

Health services were paralysed in Maharashtra for the second day on Tuesday as resident doctors in government hospitals stayed away demanding security at work place, prompting the Bombay high court......

Assam clerics issue 'fatwa' against teenage singer

A group of Islamic clerics have issued a fatwa banning a prominent teenaged singer of Assam from performing in any public entertainment event but she remained unfazed on Wednesday and said she......

Islamic clerics issue fatwa against Assam's teen singer

In the first incident of its kind in Assam, some Islamic clerics have issued a fatwa banning a prominent teenaged singer of the state from performing in any public entertainment event, dubbing them......

RBI chief Rajan wins over Modi despite broad mistrust

The first signs of growing bonhomie between Modi and Rajan came early last year, when Modi called Rajan the "best teacher" for explaining complex economic issues to him. Image: Modi's support......

There's more than bad rains behind farmer suicides

Farmers don’t end their lives because of a season or two of bad rain. It is because of harassment, corruption and the burden of compound interest for years that they take this route Vedram......

Easier access to loans, skill development to boost education

Students will now have easy accessibility to loans for higher studies. Budget Provisions   For companies, for financial year 2015-2016, additional surcharge called the “Education......

Perception on layoffs wasn't tackled early, agrees TCS

Several TCS employees have gone to social networking websites to vent their grievances. N Chandrasekaran, managing director and chief executive officer of India’s largest information......

A daily wage labourer who turned multimillionaire

The 39-year-old, the fifth child of an illiterate labourer couple and only the second of their eight to be educated, now helms various ventures that bring in a turnover of between Rs 75 crore and......

'I have a friend who married a tree'

'You put crores of rupees making films, so I don't think any producer or studio would back you because you know a relative in the industry.''They will back talent, either from within the fraternity......

How Ajit became a suave villain

'My father became a very popular villain and in some films, was paid more than the hero.' 'He was a very simple person. All he needed was six pairs of white shirts and trousers for the whole year,......

'When I was young, people saw the casting couch as a norm'

'I just lucked out.''I got good roles. I was in the right phase, selected at the right time.''But I had no great ambition.'Suchitra Krishnamoorthy gives Rediff.com's Ronjita Kulkarni a glimpse......

'I've had a re-launch in so many films!'

'The casting couch does exist but nobody rapes you. The ball is in your court, and you have to choose.' Wah Taj actress Manjari Phadnis discusses her journey in Bollywood. IMAGE: Manjari Phadnis......

Watch out for Manav Kaul, folks!

'My mother has one complaint -- I die in all of my films. She has told me to stop dying now.' Actor Manav Kaul on his ascent to the big league. One of Bollywood's most spoken about talents these......

'Cricket needs to wake up. But how?'

'Put cricket, first and foremost, at the centre of every decision you take.''The bottom line must always be the sport that we love.'Rahul Dravid as eloquent as always in his M A K Pataudi Memorial......

Ashwin: On his way to becoming the greatest

What makes Ravichandran Ashwin the world's premier Test spinner?Dhruv Munjal, T E Narasimhan and Gireesh Babu find out. IMAGE: Another wicket for Ravichandran Ashwin, this time it is his former......

Mary Kom and Sarita Devi: The untold story

'Mary just stopped talking to me. Maybe she did not like the fact that she was the gold medallist, but it was me (Sarita), not her, who was getting all the attention.' They came from similar......

Steeplechaser Sudha Singh confident ahead of Rio

2014 Asian Games bronze medalist and National record holder, Sudha Singh wants to make amends for a disappointing outing at the London Olympics.The 3000m steeplechase runner told Rediff.com's Norma......

NBA D-League tryouts: Will Punjab's Palpreet leave a lasting impression?

'I believe if a player is not mentally tough he cannot achieve the pinnacle of success.' Palpreet Singh faces his biggest test at the NBA D-League try-outs in Houston on Friday, August 5. Norma......
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'I have a friend who married a tree'

'You put crores of rupees making films, so I don't think any producer or studio would back you because you know a relative in the industry.''They... ...

http://www.rediff.com/movies/report/i-have-a-friend-who-married-a-tree/20170328.htm
Why the doctors' strike ended as a bittersweet victory

Last week, some 4,000 doctors in Maharashtra went on strike to protest against assaults on resident doctors.After an ultimatum issued by the Bombay... ...

http://www.rediff.com/getahead/report/doctors-strike-a-bittersweet-victory/20170327.htm
Islamic clerics issue fatwa against Assam's teen singer

In the first incident of its kind in Assam, some Islamic clerics have issued a fatwa banning a prominent teenaged singer of the state from... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/islamic-clerics-issue-fatwa-against-assams-teen-singer/20170315.htm
India to host Dalai Lama in disputed territory, defying China

Indian federal government representatives will meet the Dalai Lama when he visits a sensitive border region controlled by India but claimed by... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/599269/india-host-dalai-lama-disputed.html
Despite an 8-lakh strong population, no junior or senior college caters to them

Vaishali, 41 years old and Santosh Nade 42 years old, both deaf and dumb, live in one room of 20 by 20 feet in Nashik. Both of them have studied... ...

http://www.firstpost.com/india/deaf-mute-and-their-right-to-education-despite-an-8-lakh-strong-population-no-junior-or-senior-college-caters-to-them-3308604.html

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