All stories by NORMA GODINHO
'Poker is a game of skill'Rediff.com19 Sep 2019
Instagram sensation Dan Bilzerian makes a pit stop at the Indian Poker Championship.
Wimbledon 2019: Memorable momentsRediff.com17 Jul 2019
Norma Godinho has just about caught her breath after all the action at SW19 on Super Sunday. Here are Norma's memorable moments from this year's Wimbledon.
PICS: Children bring joy to IPLRediff.com7 May 2019
Adorable pictures of the tots having a good time, adding cheer to the tournament.
RCB end nightmarish IPL with a winRediff.com5 May 2019
While Gurkeerat Mann played second fiddle, Shimron Hetmyer took charge and battered the bowling all around the park.
Blazing start puts Kolkata in driver's seatRediff.com4 May 2019
With Kolkata eyeing a spot in the play-offs, this was a must-win game for them.
Chennai done in by no show in PowerplayRediff.com27 Apr 2019
The Pandya brothers -- Hardik and Krunal -- bowled well to keep the runs down and take wickets inside the Powerplay.
Watson wields his magic willowRediff.com24 Apr 2019
On Tuesday, April 23, night, Shane Watson (96 off 53 balls) went on the rampage against the Sunrisers Hyderabad bowlers.
Turning Point: Smith's dismissal cost Rajasthan dearlyRediff.com23 Apr 2019
With both batsmen going hammer and tongs it was guaranteed that Rajasthan would breach the 200 run mark.
Rabada, Morris wreak havoc in HyderabadRediff.com15 Apr 2019
Hyderbad went from 101/2 to 116 all out.
Turning Point: Chahar checks KKR with early wicketsRediff.com10 Apr 2019
Chahar started the rot for KKR early in their innings when he trapped opener Chris Lynn in front of the wickets as the Aussie missed a pull off a delivery that kept low. Lynn was sent back inside the first over for a duck. He came into the equation in the next over when he took a brilliant catch, running backwards, to dismiss Sunil Narine for just 6 off the bowling of Harbhajan Singh.
Turning Point: Punjab kept Warner on a tight leashRediff.com9 Apr 2019
Punjab bowlers gave nothing away, especially after taking out Hyderabad opener Jonny Bairstow (1 off 6) in the second over. With their middle order getting few chances to bat in this IPL, it was going to be a task for them to get going.
Turning Point: Dhoni-Raina in rescue actRediff.com1 Apr 2019
Dhoni and Raina accumulated runs in singles and twos early in the partnership, then accelerated the scoring after the 10th over.
Turning Point: Shaw the hero until the anti-climaxRediff.com31 Mar 2019
Shaw kept taking on the bowlers and ensured boundaries came in every over as he got into the 90s.
Turning Point: Agarwal turns on the screws for KXIPRediff.com31 Mar 2019
After Krunal got Gayle's big wicket, it was imperative that the required run rate be maintained and coming in at one down, Mayank Agarwal ensured that he kept the tempo going.
Turning Point: Warner takes Hyderabad by stormRediff.com30 Mar 2019
Starting from where he left off in the opening game against Kolkata Knight Riders, Dave creamed the Rajasthan bowling in all directions of the field, not allowing any bowler to settle down.
India report card: Perth TestRediff.com19 Dec 2018
Norma Godinho evaluates the Indians after their humiliating loss in Perth.
The sailor who made history for IndiaRediff.com17 Oct 2018
'At the Asian Games I had a dream, to stand on the podium and have the tri-colour hoisted.' 'I missed one thing in Jakarta -- the national anthem being played.' 'I hope to make it happen at the Olympics by winning gold.'
The teenager who conquered the worldRediff.com29 Sep 2018
'After I won the final I gave my father a call.' 'He said the family had followed my progress on TV and saw that I had won.' '"We are going to sleep now," he said.' 'I told him 'I am a world champion and you are going to sleep!'
Watch out for Hi-Tech at the 2018 FIFA World CupRediff.com13 Jun 2018
Technology that could change football in coming years.
PIX: 20 Classic Moments from the FIFA World CupRediff.com11 Jun 2018
Rediff.com's Norma Godinho captures classic moments from the planet's greatest sports competition: The FIFA World Cup.