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'The problem is that people in our country get used to bad news'
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'The problem is that people in our country get used to bad news'

Kadvi Hawa has some very bad news for us all. A timid, old man walks barefoot on a parched piece of land. Dressed in a white dhoti, he has no use for a shirt that gets drenched in his sweat. The blistering heat is slowing down his stride. His aching body is fighting his existence. The grief of not being able to see is now lost to him. One step follows another as he treads cautiously, hoping that the length of his arms will warn him of the dangers ahead. He stops after a few yards to stare at ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Want to join the WWE? Listen to The Great Khali

'Olympic wrestling is like an old Nokia phone.''WWE is like an iPhone.'The Great Khali's academy turns pro-wrestling dreams into reality, reports Dhruv Munjal. IMAGE: The Great Khali with Jinder Mahal. Photograph: Kind courtesy CWE/Facebook The green marble flooring looks unremarkable. The vast room is brightened only by rays of sunlight glancing in through the rolled-up shutter at the entrance. The chairs -- not more than seven or eight of them -- are wobbly, the type without which a thrifty ...
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Why ISIS fascinates young Muslims

In the worst terror attack this year, ISIS terrorists killed 305 Muslims and wounded over a hundred others at a Sufi mosque in Bir al-Abed on Friday, November 24.'It is important to destroy, to undermine, to debunk the narrative of ISIS,' Olivier Roy -- one of the world's leading experts on radical Islam -- tells Rediff.com's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel in an exclusive interview. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Sydney-born Khaled Sharrouf was just 36 when he was killed in Syria. Radicalised ...
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How ISL has fuelled the rise of Indian footballers

Many Indian footballers have improved by leaps and bounds thanks to the exposure of playing in the Indian Super League in the last three seasons. IMAGE: (Left to right) Mehtab Hussain of Jamshedpur FC, ATK's Jayesh Rane, NEUFCs Lalrempuia Fanai and DDFC’s Albino Gomes pose with the ISL trophy. The core philosophy of the Indian Super League's is as simple as it is complex: develop Indian football. And while three seasons are hardly enough for any league in the world to affect major ...
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This businessman thinks Demo/GST are good

'In a country like ours, people talk about wanting to be like Singapore, but when it comes to paying taxes, they start criticising.''The medicine is bitter, but the long term effect is good,' Senthil Natarajan, who runs Kovai Pazamudhir Nilayam, a one of its kind fruit and vegetable chain in Tamil Nadu, tells Rediff.com's Archana Masih. IMAGE: Senthil Natarajan at a Kovai Pazamudhir Nilayam store in Coimbatore. Photographs: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com   The colours and contours of the ...
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Why History is more important now than ever before

'Studying History, we come close to all of the messiness of human life -- we understand what motivates people, what makes them get along or go to war, what dreams they had for themselves and their futures.' Sunil Amrith, professor of South Asian Studies and Professor of History at Harvard University, is one of the 24 recipients of the most prestigious MacArthur Genius Grant that was announced recently. In the second part of an interview to Rediff.com's Archana Masih, the 38-year-old historian ...
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Mersal review: Why Vijay should thank the BJP

There are three Vijays!Each Vijay has his own heroine and each couple gets a song.Otherwise, it's the same old songs and the same old Vijay, sighs A Ganesh Nadar. Mersal seems to have got the ruling party's goat -- not the ruling party in Tamil Nadu, where the movie is based, but the one in Delhi. Vijay acts like Vijay does in all his movies -- right from 1992 when he made his debut as a hero. Before that, he was a child artiste in his director-father Chandrasekhar's movies. Vijay also dances ...
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Is a 24 year old not old enough to decide for herself?

'Will the age of majority be decided on a case-by-case basis by judges?''Does a 24-year-old woman still need "care, protection and guidance" and only from parents?''Is a Facebook post enough to declare a person a dangerous radical?' asks Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: A protest in New Delhi to 'support Hadiya's release'. Photograph: Kind courtesy Sucheta De/Facebook The name Judy Sheindlin won't ring a bell with most Indians. It might register on some if we said Judge Judy instead. Particularly on ...
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'Good to retire when people are asking why than why not'

'My thinking has always been that it is good to retire when people are asking why than why not. I always wanted to retire on a high.' IMAGE: Ashish Nehra during a warm-up session. Photograph: BCCI Veteran Indian pacer Ashish Nehra on Thursday decided to call time on his injury-ravaged career after next month's opening T20 International against New Zealand at his home ground in Delhi, saying 'it is always good to retire when people are asking why rather than why not'."I have spoken to the team ...
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10 Amitabh Bachchan movies that should re-release

Which is *your* favourite AB film? At the peak of his career, nothing turned on a hall full of people like a full-blown Amitabh Bachchan entertainer. Every time the towering, angry young man appeared on screen, the audience went berserk in adulation. Every dialogue in that famous baritone was received with taalis, every display of daredevilry and drollness treated to wolf whistles. Witnessing such wholehearted, collective euphoria only enhanced the whole Big B on Big screen experience. In ...
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