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Liverpool's Klopp wins LMA Manager of the Year awardRediff.com28 Jul 2020
The German coach pipped Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa, Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth and last year's winner Chris Wilder of Sheffield United to the Alex Ferguson Trophy -- named after the former Manchester United manager.
League Cup PIX: Mourinho's United knocked out by Lampard's Derby CountyRediff.com26 Sep 2018
Images from the League Cup matches played on Tuesday
How 24-karat gold chicken wings are madeRediff.com27 Jun 2018
Fifty wings and a bottle of champagne cost around $1,000 (approximately 68,500) at this restaurant.
PHOTOS: It's a mad, mad world!Rediff.com26 Jun 2018
The next 10 images prove we live in a wonderfully, weird world!
Will Rio Olympics lift troubled sports world?Rediff.com9 Mar 2016
American swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, said on Tuesday he hopes this year's Rio Olympics can help heal a sports world hit by recent doping and corruption cases.
This has NEVER happened beforeRediff.com10 Apr 2015
Purvi Patel is the first woman in America to be sentenced to prison for foeticide. Chaya Babu/Rediff.com reports on the verdict and the ripples of shock and fear it set off.
Purvi Patel's sentencing sparks US debate on pregnancy lawsRediff.com2 Apr 2015
The stiff 30-year prison sentence for an Indian-American woman for foeticide and child maltreatment has sparked a debate in the US on how prosecutors are using laws designed to protect expecting mothers to criminalise women for terminating a pregnancy.
British Defence and Home Ministers to visit PakRediff.com4 Oct 2009
British Defence and Home Ministers will arrive in Islamabad on Monday for meetings with the top Pakistani leadership to take stock of the regional security situation and the war against terror.
'British troops far from defeating Taliban'Rediff.com16 Sep 2009
British troops are a long way from winning the battle against a resilient Taliban in Afghanistan, and the conflict in the country could lead to "major shifts" in military spending, said British Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth.