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Army rethinking on sahayak system, may induct civilians in peace stations
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Army rethinking on sahayak system, may induct civilians in pea...

The Army is now actively considering recruiting civilian staff in peace stations to do away with the colonial-era sahayak system, in the wake of rising cases of jawans coming out openly against it.A top Army official, however, said the sahayaks or buddy system -- whereby a solider is attached to officers -- will continue be deployed in key bases and field areas as they have defined military duties."We are looking at getting civilian staff to replace sahayaks in peace stations," the official ... Rediff.com, 12 minutes ago
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Is The Economist right about Modi and the Economy?

'If it is true that we are in a moment in time when the few economic advantages we hold are being lost, our focus must be on that rather than on finger-pointing,' says Aakar Patel.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In the week that Narendra Modi is travelling to the US, The Economist has carried a negative cover story which will not please India's prime minister. The weekly magazine's view is important because it is a conservative, business-friendly publication seen by world leaders as being ...
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Terrorists who attacked CRPF convoy holed-up inside school building

As an encounter raged between security men and terrorists holed up inside the Delhi Public School in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir's top cop on Sunday said the enemy has nefarious designs to destroy school buildings in the Valley so that children abandon their studies. Director General of state Police S P Vaid said his men want to ensure minimum collateral damage. "The staff and whoever was inside the building was evacuated yesterday (Saturday). Cordon was ...
 Rediff.com27 minutes ago Srinagar: 2 soldiers injured in encounter with terrorists  Rediff.com1 hour ago Travel pics: The unparalleled beauty of Himachal  Rediff.com3 hours ago PM Modi holds talks with his Portuguese counterpart  Rediff.com16 hours ago
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Spotted: Annu Kapoor in Mumbai

Rediff reader Sandip Patel met Annu Kapoor at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai, and sent us a picture. Click here to see other stars spotted!   If you encounter/meet/see film or television personalities and take a photograph or a video of the star(s), mail us your pictures at moviesdesk@rediff.co.in Or, upload the picture on ...
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Congratulate Kidambi Srikanth!

  India’s ace shuttler Kidambi Srikanth's dream season just got better as the Indian won his third successive Super Series final beating reigning Olympic and world champion Chen Long in the Australian Open summit clash in Sydney on Sunday. Super Srikanth lifts Australian Open Super Series Srikanth won 22-20, 21-16 in dominating style. Join us in congratulating Srikanth on his wonderful achievement.  Post your wishes ...
 Rediff.com45 minutes ago Super Srikanth lifts Australian Open Super Series  Rediff.com2 hours ago Srikanth reaches final of Australia Super Series  Rediff.com1 day ago
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Ham operators pick up suspicious 'cross border conversation' of GJM activists

Ham radio operators working with the security forces to track down radio communications of underground Gorkha Janamukti Morcha leaders have picked up 'suspicious and coded signals' of the activists to other countries and states. The security forces and intelligence agencies first got the clue that the GJM was using radio signals as a mode of communication when two radio sets were seized during the June 15 raid on the premises of some GJM leaders. It was ...
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J-K cops asked to avoid Eid prayers in public places

The Jammu and Kashmir Police has asked its personnel to avoid Eid prayers in public places in the wake of mob lynching of a deputy superintendent of police outside the Jamia Masjid in Srinagar.Police personnel have been advised to offer prayers in mosques in district police lines or protected mosques.'You are advised to instruct the field and subordinate formations that they shall not offer Eid prayers in isolated or general mosques or eidgahs,' an advisory issued from Police Control Room on ...
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Mann ki Baat: Modi remembers 'dark night of Emergency'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday remembered the Emergency imposed on this day in 1975, saying 'such a black night' cannot be forgotten, and underlined the need for eternal vigilance to preserve democracy. He recalled that democracy-lovers had fought a big battle against the Emergency imposed by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and said the pro-democracy 'heritage' needs to be strengthened. In his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat', Modi said it ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Talks on visas, job creation to figure in Modi's meet with CEOs  Rediff.com1 hour ago Mann ki Baat: PM extends Eid greetings; remembers Emergency  Rediff.com2 hours ago Indian community members greet Modi on arrival at hotel  Rediff.com5 hours ago
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Telangana: 14-month-old girl stuck in borewell dies

Rescue workers on Sunday pulled out dead the 14-month girl, who had accidentally slipped into an open borewell in Telangana's Ranga Reddy district on Thursday. After about 58 hours of rescue operation involving different agencies, the child, daughter of a farm labourer, was found dead on Sunday, police said. The girl, fondly called as Chinnari, was playing with her elder sister when she accidentally fell in the nearly 450-feet-deep open borewell in a field at ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Child who fell into 450-ft deep borewell found dead  Rediff.com4 hours ago

Shalabh Kumar: The desi who knows Trump best

The founder of the Republican Hindu Coalition first attracted attention in the US as the "Punjabi tycoon" who was a huge supporter of Narendra Modi in the US.'Trump will be best for India. There is no better ally for the US than India in the region,' Shalabh Kumar tells Rediff.com's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel. IMAGE: Shalabh Kumar, right, with Donald Trump, left, at the Republican Hindu Coalition's Bollywood style campaign rally in New Jersey in October 2016.   Shalabh Kumar was widely to be ...
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