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These women stood up to their tormentors

These women stood up to their tormentors

In a changing India, women are refusing to ignore eve teasing and harassment. Many are challenging their harassers, forcing police action against them. Gone are the days when men could get away easily by teasing women or making obscene gestures at them. brings you some recent cases where women have said enough is enough and gone after the culprit with vengeance. New Delhi Annoyed by the lewd comments being passed at her, Delhi woman Jasleen Kaur decided to take a stand against ..., 4 days ago

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Separatist Shabir Shah to be detained in Delhi?

Separatist leader Shabir Shah said today that they will not back out of the talks between India and Pakistan. The Hurriyat leader is on his way to Delhi to meet Pakistan National Security Adviser Sartaz Aziz. He is likely to be detained by the Delhi police, sources tell CNN IBN."We will meet Pakistan NSA Sartaj Aziz ji tomorrow at the Pakistan House in the evening," Shah told the media in Srinagar. "We have been going since 25 years to meet with Pakistan, be it, NDA government led by ...
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'It is my first full series and a great opportunity to create a new Indian team'

India captain Virat Kohli (left) and Harbhajan Singh during training. Photograph: Ashikur Rahman/Reuters India captain Virat Kohli has said he is excited at the prospect of leading the team in his first full series as captain and would like to create the right momentum when they clash against Sri Lanka in the first Test in Galle on Wednesday. "It is my first full series. It's a great opportunity to create some momentum knowing it's a three-Test series, ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 'I have always played in a responsible way for the Indian team'  Rediff.com4 weeks ago 'Sourav Ganguly has been one of the greatest captains of India'  Rediff.com1 month ago 'It is important for India to play to their potential in Sri Lanka'  Rediff.com1 month ago

Modi's dream of making India's ports biz friendly is miles away

Unless Modi's government makes faster progress on stalled rail and road corridors, like one that would link Mumbai port to New Delhi and lower costs, India's exporters will find it hard to compete on price and speed during the global trade downturn. Mumbai's commercial seaport, which handles over half the container traffic through India's major ports, is doubling capacity as Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks to build an export powerhouse. The expansion, due to be completed in seven years, ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Aspiring pilots move court against Air India

Three commercial pilot licence holders have moved the Delhi high court against Air India after being rejected in psychological screening during a recent recruitment drive. Air India had advertised in February it would hire 197 senior trainee captains, but the airline rejected a third of the 160 candidates for failing a psychological evaluation in panel interviews held later. The rejected pilots contend Air India 'conducted interviews with the psychometric test, which is not contemplated under ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Fadnavis denies delaying AI flight even as aviation min apologises

Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis has denied delaying the Air India flight to the US, saying reports in this regard were "misleading" and that he will initiate "criminal defamation" proceedings when he returns to India.
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

AI row: J&K Dy CM says media making 'mountain out of a molehill'

Caught in a row over alleged deboarding of a family to accommodate him on an Air India flight, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Thursday remained unapologetic, saying he had "not misused" his status and in turn accused the pilot of misbehaving with him. Singh termed the allegations against him as "media trial" and said the question about deboarding should be asked to the airlines. He targetted the pilot and other staff of the Leh-Delhi flight of June 24 involved in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'Rahane should be a permanent number four, not Dhoni'

Indian ODI captain MS Dhoni plays a shot. Photograph: Getty Images Sunil Gavaskar says number four should not be a permanent slot for Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Ajinkya Rahane must bat at that position. "He (Dhoni) is always going to see what situation the team is in, what the team needs and then he can promote to number 4 or 5. "If the openers made a brilliant start, say 150 for no loss in 20 overs, then he might even promote himself to number three if there is the need to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

June witnessed 16 per cent more than normal rainfall: IMD

The country received 16 per cent more rainfall than its normal limit in June, the India Meteorological Department on Tuesday said. However, since the end of last week, monsoon seems to have slowed down in several parts of the country that has recorded deficient rains. The IMD said July and August will receive 8 and 10 per cent less rainfall respectively. It has also predicted a 'deficient' rainfall this year. The east and northwest India, which initially recorded good amount of rainfall, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

India is a difficult country to govern in many ways: Deepak Parekh

Legislative process in the country is unduly long and tedious Confident about India's growth prospects, eminent banker Deepak Parekh on Thursday said legislative process in India is "unduly long and tedious, but no longer derailed" and there are ample long-term investors who believe India's best is yet to come. "Sometimes expectations run ahead of what can realistically be delivered. India is a difficult country to govern in many ways, but there is confidence in the country. "Those ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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