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Mira Nair's son wins election to New York State assemblyRediff.com4 Nov 2020
'It's official: we won. I'm going to Albany to fight to tax the rich, heal the sick, house the poor & build a socialist New York. But I can't do it alone. To win socialism, we'll need a mass movement of the multiracial working class as well. So let's build one,' Mamdani tweeted.
Protests over CAA mark R-Day in New YorkRediff.com27 Jan 2020
The Republic Day celebration was about India's Constitution, but the protests also argued for protecting the values of equality and secularism enshrined in it.
Spectacular Shortlist for Best Astronomy Photos of the YearRediff.com18 Jun 2019
The spectacular Milky Way over the picturesque Bavarian mountain, Herzogstand, the remarkable Horsehead Nebula and the Flame Nebula, a vast cloud of gas and dust where new stars are being born; the Royal Observatory's Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2019 has once more received thousands of outstanding images. The competition, which is run by the Royal Observatory Greenwich, sponsored by Insight Investment and in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine, is now in its eleventh year and has broken the record number of entries once more, receiving over 4,600 entries from enthusiastic amateurs and professional photographers, taken from 90 countries across the globe. The winners will be announced on September 12, and an exhibition of the winning images from the past years of the contest will be on show at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich from September 13.
'Unlikely Modi will take another swing at Pak'Rediff.com6 Mar 2019
'It seems likely that the February 2019 crisis is over.'
How Tiger avoided penalty for double-hitRediff.com1 Dec 2018
Under a rule implemented last year a penalty is not assessed if such an infraction is visible only in slow motion replays.
Trump admin says H-4 visa holders won't be allowed to workRediff.com15 Jun 2018
"Removing H-4 Dependent Spouses From the Class of Aliens Eligible for Employment Authorisation," said the US department of homeland security's unified agenda in the federal register notification of its semi-annual regulatory agenda.
Smiling Tiger eyes 'bright future' after good showing in BahamasRediff.com4 Dec 2017
Tiger Woods proved he could be competitive again after playing some of the best golf of his comeback with a final-round four-under 68 to tie for ninth at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
PHOTOS: Tiger dazzles in long-awaited return from injuryRediff.com1 Dec 2017
The former world number one appeared pain free at the Albany course on the island of New Providence where he mixed five birdies with two bogeys for a three-under-par 69.
Sports Shorts: US Olympic champ Douglas says doctor sexually abused herRediff.com22 Nov 2017
A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Wednesday
Sports Shorts: Tiger Woods set to return; Farah splits with coachRediff.com31 Oct 2017
A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Tuesday
Preet Bharara: A crusader's tenure, a hero's exitRediff.com15 Mar 2017
Meet the US Attorney who took on Donald Trump.
Bengaluru FC to face Jordan's Al Wehdat in ACL prelims stage 2Rediff.com7 Dec 2016
I-League champions Bengaluru FC will play against Jordanian club Al Wehdat SC in their AFC Champions League Preliminary Stage 2 fixture in an away tie on January 31.
Woods starts fast again, struggles at finish in Hero eventRediff.com4 Dec 2016
For a third day in a row, Tiger Woods treated his fans to a rousing start in his much anticipated return to competition but lost momentum over the closing stretch at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas on Saturday.
Will Woods make a winning comeback at Hero World Challenge?Rediff.com1 Dec 2016
The 14-times major winner has not competed since finishing 10th at the Wyndham Championship in August 2015, after which he had two operations on his back.
India's secret project in Karnataka to build H-bomb: ReportRediff.com17 Dec 2015
India has built two top-secret facilities in Karnataka to enrich uranium in pursuit of its hydrogen bomb dream.
'Golf in India will EXPLODE if Anirban wins in Rio'Rediff.com2 Dec 2015
Lauding India's presence in the world of golf, Tiger Woods today said that Anirban Lahiri can make the game 'explode' in the Indian market by winning a medal in the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Can this Tiger roar back to glory?Rediff.com2 Dec 2015
A downbeat Tiger Woods painted a bleak picture about his golfing future on Tuesday when he said he was not sure when he would be able to return to playing the game.
Indian dental student shot dead in USRediff.com12 Mar 2015
According to Albany police, 37-year-old Randhir Kaur died of single gunshot wound.
10 qualities that make a great entrepreneurRediff.com2 Jan 2015
What are the personality characteristics and behaviours that lead to venture creation and success?
Money-talk: Intense Woods heading toward his second billionRediff.com12 Dec 2014
His goal of 18 majors is in serious doubt, but five years after his precipitous fall from grace a rehabilitated Tiger Woods is entering the next phase of his career heading toward making another billion.
Indian-American gets $1.4 million grant for stem cell researchRediff.com2 Sep 2014
Dr Prashanth Rangan was among the 22 outstanding early-career researchers who were named Pew Scholars in the Biomedical Sciences. Rediff.com's George Joseph reports
I only bought a one-way ticket: Tragic joke of MH17 flierRediff.com20 Jul 2014
A Queensland man who died in the Malaysia Airlines tragedy joked about not returning from his European holiday.
V-I-C-T-O-R-Y: 14-year-old Indian wins Spelling BeeRediff.com4 Jul 2014
Winner of 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee Sriram Hathwar in conversation with Arthur J Pais on the challenges of winning the competition.
US: Missing 22-year-old Indian origin girl found deadRediff.com12 Mar 2014
The body of Jasmine Joseph, 22, who went missing from her Syosset, Long Island, New York home since February 24, was found in her car at a busy parking lot not far from her home.
NRI found guilty of keeping illegal Indian immigrant in USRediff.com9 Mar 2013
An Indian-American woman, who had been accused of keeping an Indian immigrant as a slave in her mansion in New York, was on Saturday found guilty of harbouring an 'illegal alien'.
Children's Day: Chandigarh boy doodles for GoogleRediff.com14 Nov 2012
Class 9 student Arun Kumar Yadav's award winning doodle is displayed on the Google home page today.
American held for abusing illegal Indian immigrantRediff.com1 Mar 2012
A wealthy United States woman has been arrested for keeping an illegal immigrant from India in a "forced labour situation" that included her working 17 hours a day and sleeping in a walk-in closet.
Rugby WC: England win brutal Argentina clashRediff.com10 Sep 2011
The 2003 World Cup winners, expected to battle with Argentina for top spot in Pool B, needed a late try from replacement scrumhalf Ben Youngs to eke out a 13-9 victory in a tough encounter in the new indoor Otago Stadium.
Top 25 US cities for fresh graduates!Rediff.com3 Jun 2011
The Daily Beast announced it second annual ranking of the best American cities for fresh graduates.
The brain is his fiefdomRediff.com1 Mar 2011
When neurologist Vilayanur S Ramachandran was 12, he told his father he wanted to be a scientist. His father suggested that he go to medical school instead, because doctors are assured of a living wage, scientists are not. Ramachandran obediently went to medical school and is still a doctor. But he has made his name as a neuroscientist.
Jamshed Bharucha to head Cooper Union CollegeRediff.com25 Feb 2011
Mumbai-born Jamshed Bharucha will take charge as president of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, one of the topmost educational institutions in the United States.
US stops launch of Dr Reddy's drugRediff.com14 Jun 2010
Dr Reddy's Laboratories received a major setback in the US, as a court there granted a motion seeking a preliminary injunction to block the launch of its generic version of Sanofi-Aventis' anti-allergic drug, Allegra D24.
Top 25 US cities for college gradsRediff.com28 May 2010
A recent article in The Daily Beast has rated the 25 best places across the US on nine parameters of import to young grads.
View: It's futile to expect Saudi help on terrorRediff.com2 Mar 2010
It would be futile to expect that Saudi Arabia could be of assistance to India in dealing with jihadi terrorism emanating from Pakistan or Bangladesh. There has been a long history of links between jihadi terrorist elements in India and Saudi Arabia ever since the demolition of the Babri Masjid in December,1992
US patent lawsuit against Dr Reddy'sRediff.com16 Sep 2009
The patent relates to the manufacturing process for the active ingredient in Sanofi-Aventis' Allegra and Allegra-D drug products. Both Dr Reddys and Sandoz are known to be marketing these products in the US.
Body of Indian-American hotelier recoveredRediff.com16 Jun 2009
The body of Albany-based hotelier George Kolath, who hails from Kerala, was recovered on Monday afternoon, state police said. Bodies of his 11-year-old son, George Kolath Jr, and friend, identified as Krishnan Raghavan (52), were pulled out from the river on Sunday.
Rebuilding America's job machineRediff.com3 Feb 2009
Industrial policy isn't dead. It's thriving in the statesand may be the start of a U.S. comeback strategy
Fly smart: Tips to avoid the airline messRediff.com7 Oct 2008
Travel pro Peter Greenberg makes sense of the airline mess and finds ways to make the most of a tangled travel situation.
Hillary Clinton as New York Governor?Rediff.com30 Mar 2008
Terrified that their bloody primary campaign will doom them in the November presidential elections in the US, some Democrats are floating a consolation prize for Hillary Clinton -- Governor of New York State, according to a media report. The travails of New York Governor David Paterson have opened up a new potential career path for Clinton, Newsweek says quoting unidentified well-informed Democratic Party insiders.
New York Governor involved in prostitution ring: RRediff.com11 Mar 2008
New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, who was considered a crusader against corruption, has informed his most senior advisers that he had been involved in a prostitution ring, according to a report. Spitzer, who was huddled with his top aides inside his apartment early Monday afternoon, had hours earlier abruptly canceled his scheduled public events for the day, the New York Times reported Monday on its website, quoting an administration official.