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9 smart ways to end a conversation

9 smart ways to end a conversation

Rediff.com23 Jun 2016

Avoid making eye contact. Try to face away from the speaker.

15 celebs who love to do yoga

15 celebs who love to do yoga

Rediff.com21 Jun 2016

These fab celeb bodies are the result of yoga.

'Why zip it?' 'Aunty National' Smriti gets back at trolls

'Why zip it?' 'Aunty National' Smriti gets back at trolls

Rediff.com16 Jun 2016

Following her spat, 'Aunty National' Irani took to Facebook to speak out against her detractors. Here's the Facebook post in response to her critics which Rediff.com represents verbatim:

The longest journey by motorbike in a single country!

The longest journey by motorbike in a single country!

Rediff.com13 Jun 2016

At 24, an age when most people struggle to make a mark in their first jobs, Krishanu Kona rode solo for 224 days non-stop, covering 25 states.

Udta Punjab, worst casting decisions, and naheeee...!

Udta Punjab, worst casting decisions, and naheeee...!

Rediff.com13 Jun 2016

Sukanya Verma shares her exciting filmi week with us.

Have you been trolled online?

Have you been trolled online?

Rediff.com8 Jun 2016

Tell us how you dealt with online abuse. Share your story.

Love at first sight: Is it possible?

Love at first sight: Is it possible?

Rediff.com7 Jun 2016

Love at first sight -- happens or not -- Nisha Jamvwal explores the possibilities here.

'I can't die with Pratyusha'

'I can't die with Pratyusha'

Rediff.com2 Jun 2016

'Did she, for a minute, think of what I've gone through or what my parents have gone through?' 'I've gone through hell. I wasn't given a chance to grieve for Pratyusha.' 'It was her financial mess that landed her in depression.'

Must read: The Harvard grad's speech that went viral

Must read: The Harvard grad's speech that went viral

Rediff.com30 May 2016

Donovan Livingston, a master's graduate from Harvard university delivered a poetic address to the graduating class of 2016.

'I get really annoyed when people mimic my father, Anu Malik'

'I get really annoyed when people mimic my father, Anu Malik'

Rediff.com26 May 2016

Anu Malik's daughter Anmoll tells us what it is to be a daughter of a famous daddy.

Sreesanth: 'I will be the best politician in Kerala'

Sreesanth: 'I will be the best politician in Kerala'

Rediff.com12 May 2016

'I am a human being, I was surely nervous, I am competing against a lot of people, but even when I played cricket there is not a single match where I was not nervous.' 'Lots of mothers, lots of sisters are so sure that no matter what happens, Sree will stand by them.' 'I will go to any length to help people.' 'If it is important to save somebody I will save him even if I have to die.'

'She is my teacher, counsellor and best friend'

'She is my teacher, counsellor and best friend'

Rediff.com5 May 2016

A daughter's ode to her mother.

'NBA is a business; you got to be very adaptable'

'NBA is a business; you got to be very adaptable'

Rediff.com3 May 2016

Rising New York Knicks cager Robin Lopez talks to Bikash Mohapatra/Rediff.com about the excitement of playing in the NBA, his family and future.

'I go to India and every time people go 'Ah Diee Haard''

'I go to India and every time people go 'Ah Diee Haard''

Rediff.com28 Apr 2016

Jeremy Irons considered maths 'very boring' till he read G H Hardy's A Mathematician's Apology. The actor, who plays the British mathematician in The Man Who Knew Infinity, talks numbers, acting and his legacy with Aseem Chhabra/Rediff.com.

When the Royals came marching in

When the Royals came marching in

Rediff.com12 Apr 2016

Prince William and Princess Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, collected quite a few Mumbai hearts on a hot two days in April.

Amitabh Bachchan for President? No way!

Amitabh Bachchan for President? No way!

Rediff.com1 Apr 2016

With the images of Rajendra Babu, Radhakrishnan, K R Narayanan, V V Giri and Kalam in my mind, the image of my beloved hero dancing ungainly to 'Merey angney main tumharra kya kaam hai', doesn't make a smooth transition, says Sudhir Bisht.

'Your body actually craves for sugar and food'

'Your body actually craves for sugar and food'

Rediff.com31 Mar 2016

Seasoned model Archana Akhil Kumar shares her experience at fashion weeks and how she keeps herself composed during this five-day-marathon.

Aligarh was not necessarily meant to be a political film

Aligarh was not necessarily meant to be a political film

Rediff.com15 Feb 2016

'I believe politics was imposed on it by the censor board, when it gave the film's trailer an A certificate, hoping to deny children, teenagers the opportunity to watch it during prime time television shows,' says Aseem Chhabra.

'I'd love to do more films'

'I'd love to do more films'

Rediff.com8 Feb 2016

'When I started off, I did not know I wanted to act. I just wanted to go to London. After doing the first three films, I realised that I loved acting. Aashiqui 2 came along and gave me the confidence I needed, that I can shoulder a film. It was a turning point for me.' Straight talk from Aditya Roy Kapur.

'I used to torture Sunny Leone'

'I used to torture Sunny Leone'

Rediff.com1 Feb 2016

Milap Zaveri talks about Mastizaade, Sunny Leone and much more!

Prince: Will take it to the next level with Nora

Prince: Will take it to the next level with Nora

Rediff.com25 Jan 2016

'I would like to break the jinx that relationships made in the Bigg Boss house don't last long.'

We want to make Uber the safest place in the city: Travis Kalanick

We want to make Uber the safest place in the city: Travis Kalanick

Rediff.com22 Jan 2016

'Competition makes us better. I lose a little bit of sleep because I have competition.'

When Irrfan wanted to be killed off

When Irrfan wanted to be killed off

Rediff.com19 Jan 2016

The gulf between Hindi cinema's finest current actor and his contemporaries widens with each film. But even Irrfan Khan, in Mick Jagger's words, can't always get what he wants. Raja Sen tells us why that's not a bad thing.

'Mediocre students can also crack the CAT'

'Mediocre students can also crack the CAT'

Rediff.com15 Jan 2016

Sabyasachi Mishra who scored a perfect 100 with just two months of preparation shares his study secrets.

There Is A Happy Land Where Only Bowie Plays

There Is A Happy Land Where Only Bowie Plays

Rediff.com14 Jan 2016

'It is impossible to pin down the genius of David Bowie, to distill any kind of essence of that singer-songwriter-visionary-buccaneer-icon into a line or several.'

Meet electricity's marathon man, Rajiv Mishra

Meet electricity's marathon man, Rajiv Mishra

Rediff.com6 Jan 2016

CLP saw early that the pollution caused by China's rush for industrial growth would lead inevitably to demands for cleaner electricity.

'Life is about enjoying the moment'

'Life is about enjoying the moment'

Rediff.com17 Dec 2015

How do you translate a first love into a profession? How do you become a writer once you set your heart on it? Susmita Bhattacharya, who once worked as a graphic designer in Mumbai, now teaches the basics of English to newcomers to Britain and is also a creative writing tutor. Her first novel The Normal State of Mind was published earlier this year after a grim battle with cancer.

Road to Rio: Indian hockey offers some hope...

Road to Rio: Indian hockey offers some hope...

Rediff.com14 Dec 2015

India's third-place finish at the Hockey World League Finals is a timely reminder of the improvement the team has made under Oltmans. But one must not get carried away.

Democracy by Danda

Democracy by Danda

Rediff.com7 Dec 2015

That's how our politics is with no inner-party democracy. That's why we should listen to British MP Hilary Benn's speech, says Shekhar Gupta.

Young. Successful. And they cycle to work :)

Young. Successful. And they cycle to work :)

Rediff.com7 Dec 2015

Young, city-bred, successful, enthusiastic Indians are ditching their cars and cycling to work.

'I look to become a better player with every match'

'I look to become a better player with every match'

Rediff.com4 Dec 2015

'Sachin Paaji told me to enjoy the situation because this is a reward for all the hard work I have put in for so many years in domestic cricket. He told me not to take any pressure on myself, but to enjoy the moment because this will stay with me forever.' Ajinkya Rahane relives his Test debut and how he has become the Indian team's new Mr Dependable in this exclusive interview with Harish Kotian/Rediff.com

How to travel across India on just Rs 300 a day

How to travel across India on just Rs 300 a day

Rediff.com3 Dec 2015

This post is for those who think they can't travel with less money and for those who have money but want to travel on a shoestring budget for the sake of constraint and the adventure it brings with it.

The summer that changed me

The summer that changed me

Rediff.com1 Dec 2015

'These kids are brilliant. They had mature and interesting conversations with me. They told me about their families. They looked over my shoulder when I was correcting books and pointed out errors.'

'I believed in my dreams and took a leap of faith'

'I believed in my dreams and took a leap of faith'

Rediff.com19 Nov 2015

Solo female traveller Swati Jain, who quit her job to travel, speaks of her adventures, challenges, learnings and what keeps her going.

How to stay disciplined while working from home

How to stay disciplined while working from home

Rediff.com17 Nov 2015

Do not let the advantage of flexible work hours impact your sanity.

Will Maggi succeed in recreating the old magic?

Will Maggi succeed in recreating the old magic?

Rediff.com16 Nov 2015

A comeback without a digital plan may turn out to be futile.

'People still think I am mad'

'People still think I am mad'

Rediff.com29 Oct 2015

'Everyone in my family has got huge success in films but I failed. The person who hits rock bottom has to face his difficulties himself. People at a higher level don't know what's happening down there.' Aamir Khan's brother Faissal tells us where he's been all this time.

10 movies you must see at MAMI

10 movies you must see at MAMI

Rediff.com27 Oct 2015

Satyajit Ray. Films from Italy, Iceland and Albania feature on Aseem Chhabra's list.

Neither a talk nor a shove: How Kasuri lulled his audience

Neither a talk nor a shove: How Kasuri lulled his audience

Rediff.com13 Oct 2015

After all the drama that preceded the book launch of former Pakistani foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri's book launch, the discussion that ensued on the book the same evening turned out to be a fiasco. Here's why

'My wife is spying on me'

'My wife is spying on me'

Rediff.com9 Oct 2015

Rediff.com's Love Guru has answers to all your relationship problems.

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