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SC refuses to stay counting of votes for UP panchayat pollsRediff.com1 May 2021
The State Election Commission, it said will fasten responsibility on gazetted officers for the observance of COVID-19 protocols at counting centres.
Right to life includes undertrials: SC in Kappan caseRediff.com29 Apr 2021
"We state that the most precious fundamental 'right to life' unconditionally embraces even an undertrial. The consideration made herein is keeping in view the peculiar facts and circumstances of this case.
SC directs UP to shift Kappan to Delhi hospital for better treatmentRediff.com28 Apr 2021
"We are confined to health issue. It is in the interest of the state also that the accused gets better treatment," the bench comprising Justices Surya Kant and A S Bopanna observed.
'Saffron politics is the only future of India'Rediff.com27 Apr 2021
'Even if the BJP does not come to power, the system has changed.'
SC asks UP to submit journalist Kappan's medical recordsRediff.com27 Apr 2021
The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Uttar Pradesh government to submit medical records of journalist Sidhique Kappan who was arrested last year on the way to Hathras where a young Dalit woman had died after being allegedly gang-raped.
'Mamata will come to power with vulnerable majority'Rediff.com23 Apr 2021
'Mamata's numbers will reduce this time compared to 2016.'
Umar Khalid gets bail, installing Aarogya Setu among termsRediff.com15 Apr 2021
'He (Khalid) can't be made to incarcerate in jail for infinity merely on account that others who were part of the mob have to be identified and arrested in the matter'
Returning migrants face being jobless in Bihar once againRediff.com15 Apr 2021
With more than 21 lakh migrant workers returning to the state as per official data, the Nitish Kumar government faces an enormous challenge in providing jobs for them.
Bengal win will put Mamata in race for PMRediff.com1 Apr 2021
The TMC expects to emerge victorious by way of a majority of minority votes and a minority of majority votes, notes Arun Bhatnagar, a retired IAS officer.
Bihar assembly speaker, minister engage in an unusual spatRediff.com17 Mar 2021
Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha, who was a minister himself in the previous National Democratic Alliance government, was visibly shaken at the disdain shown towards the Chair by Samrat Chaudhary who holds the Panchayati Raj portfolio.
How several attacks, injuries shaped Mamata's political careerRediff.com12 Mar 2021
A quick look at the 66-year-old leader's political journey in the mid-1970s shows how injuries and physical assaults have shaped her political career over the years.
The best photos from the World Nature Photography AwardsRediff.com12 Mar 2021
The World Nature Photography Awards announced the winners of their 2020 competition, showcasing an array of talented photographers from around the world. The grand prize winner award went to Thomas Vijayan for his image of the endangered Bornean orangutan. Vijayan spent hours up a tree, waiting to see if one of the local orangutans would use it to cross over to a nearby island. Take a look at some of the jaw-dropping images.
He told the middle class not only to become talkers, but doersRediff.com6 Mar 2021
'... That they should emerge as role-models to be emulated by the fellow countrymen; and that the middle classes should not stick only to hate-filled and scornful criticism and condemnation against the state of affairs,' remembers Mohammad Sajjad.
Uttarakhand calamity: 3 more bodies recovered, toll climbs to 54Rediff.com16 Feb 2021
Three more bodies were recovered Monday from the Tapovan tunnel, taking the toll in the Uttarakhand flash flood to 54 as hopes of finding survivors there over a week after the disaster dimmed.
SC grants 5-day bail to journalist to visit ailing mother in KeralaRediff.com16 Feb 2021
Kappan was arrested on October 5, 2020 while he was on his way to Hathras, home to the 19-year-old Dalit woman who died after being allegedly gang-raped by four upper-caste men on September 14.
Atmosphere in Tapovan village grim as families lose hopeRediff.com15 Feb 2021
As bodies are being continually pulled out of the muck-filled power project tunnel in Tapovan, the atmosphere outside is getting grimmer with families of the missing people losing hope of seeing them alive.
Uttarakhand disaster: 13 more bodies recovered, toll rises to 51Rediff.com14 Feb 2021
Rescue teams on Sunday recovered 13 more bodies, including the first ones to be pulled out from the sludge-choked Tapovan tunnel where a massive operation to reach about 30 people trapped inside began after a flash flood in Chamoli district a week ago.
Linde keeps South Africa hopes alive in Rawalpindi TestRediff.com6 Feb 2021
Pakistan had been reduced to 76 for five in their second innings as South Africa's spinners made inroads through the top order having been bowled out for 201 in another shambolic display with the bat.
Pakistan fight back after Nortje takes five-forRediff.com5 Feb 2021
South Africa's openers Dean Elgar (15) and Aiden Markram were positive at the start of the innings, but disaster struck as they lost two wickets in the final two balls of the middle session.
Fawad, Babar steady Pak after Maharaj strikesRediff.com4 Feb 2021
At stumps, Pakistan's score read 145/3 with Fawad and Babar unbeaten on 42 and 77 runs respectively. For South Africa, Keshav Maharaj picked two, Anrich Nortje took one while Kagiso Rabada went wicketless.
SC stays Yediyurappa's arrest in corruption caseRediff.com27 Jan 2021
In a relief to Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa and former minister for industries Murugesh Nirani, the Supreme Court Wednesday protected them from arrest in a case pertaining to alleged forgery over withdrawal of approval for a parcel of land in the state.
Pakistan's Alam punishes South Africa with centuryRediff.com27 Jan 2021
Fawad Alam put Pakistan in control of the first Test against South Africa, chalking up a superb century to lead the home side to 308 for eight by the close of day two in Karachi for a first innings lead of 88 runs.
Pakistan lose early wickets as SA fight back on Day 1Rediff.com26 Jan 2021
Pakistan spinners Yasir Shah and Nauman Ali took five wickets between them to restrict South Africa to 220 all out, but the home side faltered in reply to close on 33 for four on day one of a fast-moving first Test in Karachi on Tuesday.
Pakistan name six uncapped players for first Test against ProteasRediff.com24 Jan 2021
The selectors also retained former captain and wicketkeeper, Sarfaraz Ahmed in the squad as a standby to vice-captain, Mohammad Rizwan.
SC allows jailed Kerala scribe to talk to ailing mother on video callRediff.com22 Jan 2021
The Supreme Court on Friday said it will allow journalist Siddique Kappan, who was detained on October 5 while he was en route to Hathras in Uttar Pradesh, to talk to his ailing mother via video conferencing.
India records lowest COVID-19 cases in 7 monthsRediff.com12 Jan 2021
The number of people who have recuperated from the disease surged to 1,01,11,294 pushing the national COVID-19 recovery rate to 96.49 per cent.
2nd Test: Jamieson takes 5 as Pak all out on 297 on Day 1Rediff.com3 Jan 2021
New Zealand bundled out Pakistan on 297 in 83.5 overs.
What's at stake for high-flying Kiwis in second Pakistan TestRediff.com2 Jan 2021
A victory at Hagley Oval to seal a 2-0 series sweep would also push the Black Caps firmly into contention for one of two berths in June's inaugural ICC World Test Championship final at Lord's.
Babar Azam named 'Most Valuable Cricketer' in PCB AwardsRediff.com1 Jan 2021
In the four Tests played during the year, Babar scored 338 runs at an average of 67.6.
Pakistan players competed with fatigued bodies and minds: MisbahRediff.com31 Dec 2020
Pakistan lost the T20 series before the 101-run defeat in the first Test.
'Mad' Wagner lauded for bowling with broken toesRediff.com30 Dec 2020
Home captain Williamson also praised the "special effort from" team man Wagner.
New Zealand seal victory over Pakistan in first TestRediff.com30 Dec 2020
Pakistan were dismissed for 271, chasing a victory target of 372, with 4.3 overs remaining in the Test at Bay Oval.
Southee takes 300th wicket as NZ edge towards winRediff.com29 Dec 2020
They will need to bat the entire final day on a deteriorating Bay Oval pitch in Mount Maunganui on Wednesday to stop the hosts taking a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.
Bowlers put New Zealand in control of against PakistanRediff.com28 Dec 2020
The tourists had resumed on 30-1 on Monday and then lost four wickets for 13 runs before Rizwan and Fawad Alam stopped the rot with a cautious partnership of just 28 runs in 17 overs.
Buzz: Karunaratne reveals SL's new-look Test jerseyRediff.com23 Dec 2020
Uncapped left-arm spinner Zafar Gohar has joined the test squad from the Pakistan A team currently in Hamilton.
Hathras case: SC to hear Kerala journalist case in JanuaryRediff.com14 Dec 2020
Earlier, the Uttar Pradesh government had told the bench that "shocking findings" have emerged in the investigation so far in the case in which Kappan was arrested on his way to Hathras.
Why BJP won big in Hyderabad, and is on the way to win South IndiaRediff.com9 Dec 2020
'They take each and every election with seriousness.' 'No other political party has that kind of cadre who is strongly aligned with the reason, motto and ideology of their party.'
'Shocking findings' in arrested Kerala journalist case, UP tells top courtRediff.com2 Dec 2020
The Uttar Pradesh government told the Supreme Court on Wednesday that "shocking findings" have emerged in the investigation so far in the case in which Kerala-based scribe Sidhique Kappan was arrested on his way to Hathras, where a young Dalit woman had died after allegedly being gang-raped, in October.
Women voters in Bihar are no longer a silent forceRediff.com24 Nov 2020
This was the first major election in the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Obviously, the women of Bihar were not intimidated by the pandemic and came out in large numbers to vote.
What Owaisi tells MuslimsRediff.com20 Nov 2020
Such is the force of his oratory that many Muslims, even those who don't vote for him, have come to believe that Asaduddin Owaisi is the first and only politician who speaks up for Muslims since Independence, observes Jyoti Punwani