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The government did not allow this lady to travel abroad!
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The government did not allow this lady to travel abroad!

Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai, who was debarred from flying overseas on Sunday, speaks to A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai was not allowed to board a flight to London from Delhi on Sunday, January 11, because, she says, her name figures in a government database of people debarred from travelling abroad. 'I was informed by the immigration bureau that I will not be allowed to travel because my name figures in a database of the government of India and people whose name ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Meenakshipuram, 33 years on: Muslims happy, Hindus not

A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com visits the village in Tamil Nadu that shot into national prominence in 1981 when half the Dalits there converted to Islam. He spoke to the Hindus and Muslims and came back with two very different stories. In 1981, Meenakshipuram, a small village near Tenkasi in Tamil Nadu's Tirunelveli district, leapt into the national limelight when half the Dalits there converted from Hinduism to Islam. Now 33 years later, those who converted to Islam say they are happy, but don't ...
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Indian sailor released from Somalia: I will go back to sea

A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com meets Daniston Litten, a sailor from India who was released recently from four-year captivity by Somali pirates. While the pirates may have harmed him physically, his spirit is unbroken. Daniston is 28 years old but looks much younger. He spent the last four years in the jungles of Somalia under the most primitive and trying conditions as a captive of pirates there. The youngest son of painter Anthony Litten, he joined a seafarer training course after his 10th ...
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'They are going to hang my husband as a lesson to others'

A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com meets the shattered families of the five Tamil fishermen sentenced to death by a Sri Lankan court for alleged drug smuggling.
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'They said my husband sold me'

Indian anti-slavery crusader Kailash Satyarthi will receive the Nobel Prize for Peace in Oslo today, December 10. A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com visits the infamous cages of Mumbai's oldest red light district, Kamathipura, to find out how human trafficking has given India the terrible reputation of the nation with the highest slavery rates in the world.
 Rediff.com1 month ago 'They said my husband had sold me'  Rediff.com1 month ago
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6 years on, cop at Taj issues guns and booze licences

For him going into the Taj was his duty just as it was controlling angry rioters at Azad Maidan in August 2012. A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com catches up with Inspector Deepak Dhole. Six years later he sits in his quiet office in south Mumbai, smiling at the attention he gets every year at this time and promptly forgotten the rest of the time. For Inspector Deepak Dhole nothing can match the adrenaline rush of 26/11, and even though his current posting is the epicentre of agitators in Maharashtra ...
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Auction House Successful in Recovery Suit Against Kiran Nadar Museum of Art Founder

/PRNewswire/ -- In Landmark Ruling Tribunal Declares That Painting Sold by Bid & Hammer was not Fake In a landmark verdict running into 81 pages, Hon. Justice R. Gururajan (High Court of Karnataka's appointed arbitrator) has allowed the claims ...
 PR Newswire India1 month ago Bid & Hammer Wins Case Against HCL Founder's Wife Kiran Nadar  IndiaPRwire1 month ago
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Republic Day Special 'The Constitution has to be worked by good people with good intentions'

'Constitutional values will remain vibrant and strong as long as the checks and balances on Executive Power are not weakened,' says Constitution expert Anil B Divan. On the 65th anniversary of the Constitution, India's supreme book on governance, democracy and citizenship, Rediff.com speaks to Constitutional experts on whether the Constitution has lived up to the expectations of citizens and the Republic's founding fathers. Has the time come for the Constitution to be reviewed? The first in a ...
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Pongalo Pongal! Tamil Nadu's biggest festival is here!

Over four days all of Tamil Nadu is caught up in celebrating Pongal, the state's harvest festival. From a bonfire to worshipping cattle, it is a throwback to a time when society was agrarian, says A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com. Pongal, the harvest festival of Tamil Nadu, coincides with Makar Sankranti in north India. It is a non-denominational festival, celebrating as it does the harvest, and marks the first day of the Tamil month of 'Thai'. The festival extends over four days, beginning with Bogi ...
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Aravind Knock Ensures Bosco Passage

CHENNAI: D Aravind's unbeaten knock of 76 helped Don Bosco A beat Maharishi Vidyamandir by eight wickets in a pre-quarterfinal match of the MRF-Don Bosco U-15 tournament. Pre-quarters: Maharishi Vidyamandir 155/8 in 30 ovs (Sri Ganesh 72, Shanmuga ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
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