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Exclusive! 'The Modi government refuses to give anything for free'

'The Modi government refuses to give anything for free'

Many historic developments are taking place in India's coal sector. Sheela Bhatt/ spoke exclusively to Union Coal Minister Piyush Goyal following the government's successful e-auction of coal mines. Goyal, who is upwardly mobile since the rise of the Narendra Modi era in the Bharatiya Janata Party, did not duck any questions nor mince his words. Read ..., 1 week ago

On tri-nation visit, Modi to address community in Vancouver, Toronto, Paris

Remnants of the Khalistan movement in Vancouver may stage a protest against Prime Minister Modi, reports Sheela Bhatt/ Prime Minister Narendra Modi's three-nation tour of France, Germany and Canada starting April 9 is likely to be less about international politics and more about economics. In Canada though his visit will have a heavy dose of Punjabi politics. At Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's request, Modi revised his original itinerary that only had the capital Ottawa and ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Arun Jaitley: 'I am not looking for headlines'

Over lunch, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley breaks down his Budget. Sheela Bhatt/ reports. What is the biggest takeaway from Union Budget 2015-2016? Finance Minister Arun Jaitley responded to the question soon after delivering his first full-year Budget on Saturday, while partaking of a lunch of kulcha-chole, saying, "The architecture for the funding of the states is now in place. We believe we will have 15 per cent more revenue generation. More buoyancy will bring in more investment." ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Budget blues over, FM settles down for quick lunch  Rediff.com1 month ago

The story Rediff scooped a month ago!

A month before it happened, on December 28, Sheela Bhatt/ revealed that S Jaishankar was likely to replace Sujatha Singh as foreign secretary! Read the story if you missed it.
 Rediff.com2 months ago The story Rediff scooped one month ago!  Rediff.com2 months ago Arun Singh likely to replace Jaishankar as India's Ambassador to US  Rediff.com2 months ago

Minister Dharmendra Pradhan: 'Benefits of falling oil prices passed on to consumers'

Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan speaks to Sheela Bhatt/ 0 shares Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comment You Might Like Other recent news in India Twitter LiveNews24x7#BreakingNews Minister Dharmendra ...
 NewsR.in2 days ago

From Rediff Archives: The strange case of Yakub Memon

Back in 2007, Rediff. com's Sheela Bhatt had profiled Yakub after he was sentenced to death by the
 INooz2 weeks ago

'Our whole concept of coal mine allocations is wrong'

Coal industry expert Sunjoy Joshi tells Sheela Bhatt/Rediff. com that the NDA's e-auction of coal
 INooz1 month ago

Deepika Padukone Is Apparently Not Comfortable With Her Song 'Lovely'

TAGS: Not Comfortable, Lovely, item song, Happy New Year, Farah Khan, Director, Deepika Padukone, Alia BhattDeepika was apparently not comfortable with item song Lovely.According to sources lovely was very disappointing this came from Farah Khan who ...
 IndiaTimes ZoomTv2 months ago

The man fighting for Americans to learn the truth about Hinduism

'In the last 10, 20 years American academia has used the concerns about Hindutva in India to almost completely trash the concept of Hinduism.' 'In the American debate, Wendy Doniger's point of views perpetuated Hinduphobia.' 'Americans were willing to change... Indian intellectuals let us down badly.' Image: A sadhu offers prayers after taking a dip at the confluence of the Ganga and the Bay of Bengal. Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters Vamsee Juluri is exasperated with the increasing ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

'Hinduism has been failed by seculars and the right-wing'

'The real danger in India right now is that identity politics is being stoked in extremely dangerous ways.' 'The narrative you get about churches in the mainstream Indian media and the narrative you get in the social media is very different.' 'Many Americans today want to appropriate Indian culture. They want yoga, but they say yoga has nothing to do with Hinduism. They want Ayurveda, but they say it's got nothing to do with Hinduism.' Image: A devotee offers prayers to a cow during a ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
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