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Learning in the times of COVID-19Rediff.com5 Mar 2021
These pictures clicked from around the world this year show how teachers interact with students in the new normal.
No de-funding, dismantling of police in US, says TrumpRediff.com9 Jun 2020
Trump's remark came on Monday amidst the growing demand from a section of the Americans to de-fund the police in the aftermath of the custodial death of African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25. "We won't be de-funding our police, we won't be dismantling our police. We won't be disbanding our police, we won't be ending our police force in a city."
US women's soccer team's equal pay case dismissedRediff.com2 May 2020
The US women's soccer team's claims for equal pay were dismissed by a court on Friday, handing a victory to the United States Soccer Federation. Judge R Gary Klausner of the United States District Court for the Central District of California threw out players' claims that they were under paid in comparison with the men's national team but allowed complaints of unfair medical, travel and training to proceed to trial.
Artist shows beaten faces of famous women for campaign against violenceRediff.com17 Jan 2020
An Italian artist has created a campaign featuring the battered faces of high-profile women to highlight the issue of violence against women.
Extras: City's appeal against financial probe thrown outRediff.com15 Nov 2019
News of all that transpired on and off the football field.
Football Extras: Rooney scores stunning goal for DC UnitedRediff.com27 Jun 2019
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field
CES 2019 transports you to the futureRediff.com11 Jan 2019
Ashish Narsale/Rediff.com offers a quick checklist of the best of CES's Auto World. The future is here, you will witness self driven cars to flying cars controlled by AI. We bring you the highlight of the CES auto world.
The women who made history at the US midtermsRediff.com7 Nov 2018
Here are some inspirational women who just made history in the polls.
'A film is like a one-night stand'Rediff.com30 Aug 2018
'I'm a rascal, I'm going to play a paramahansa?!'
California blazin': 95,000 acres, 874 structures razed in deadly firesRediff.com31 Jul 2018
Here's a view of the unbelievable destruction the fire has brought on.
Sports Shorts: Tokyo unveils Miraitowa and Someity as 2020 mascotsRediff.com22 Jul 2018
A summary of sports events and persons who made news on Sunday
World Cup fans try to keep cool in Russia's southRediff.com27 Jun 2018
Supporters will be offered free water and paper caps and fans to help them keep cool, officials said.
Key Trump aide quits as ex-wives allege abuseRediff.com8 Feb 2018
Rob Porter's responsibility was mainly in the flow of paper that crossed Trump's desk, including the wave of executive orders and actions that Trump inked during the first months of his tenure.
Death toll in Egypt mosque terror attack rises to 305Rediff.com25 Nov 2017
Officials suspect Islamic State to be responsible for the attack.
235 worshippers killed in mosque in Egypt's deadliest terror attackRediff.com25 Nov 2017
The gunmen in four off-road vehicles opened fire on the people who tried to exit the mosque after the explosion.
PIX: Egypt erupts in jubilation after sealing first World Cup berth in 28 yearsRediff.com9 Oct 2017
The win clinched Egypt a long-awaited spot in Russia for the 2018 World Cup finals, where the Arab world's most populous country will compete on football's ultimate stage for the first time since Italy in 1990.
PHOTOS: Substitute Ronaldo rescues Portugal; Matuidi puts France in controlRediff.com8 Oct 2017
Cristiano Ronaldo came off the bench and scored an opportunist goal which set Portugal on the way to a 2-0 win in Andorra on Saturday that maintained their chances of qualifying directly for the World Cup.
World's heaviest woman Eman dies in UAERediff.com25 Sep 2017
Eman died due to complications from the underlying comorbid conditions, including heart disease and kidney dysfunction.
PHOTOS WC qualifiers: Argentina held; Cape Verde shock SARediff.com6 Sep 2017
Tiny Cape Verde Islands catapulted themselves into surprise World Cup contention with a 2-1 victory away to South Africa.
36 killed, 123 injured in train collision in EgyptRediff.com11 Aug 2017
The incident took place after a train coming from Cairo, the capital of Egypt, collided with another train coming from Port Said in Khorshid area.
Republican Congressman, others shot during baseball practiceRediff.com14 Jun 2017
President Trump has condemned the shooting incident.
After shedding 328 kgs, Eman discharged from Mumbai hospitalRediff.com4 May 2017
Eman to fly to UAE for further treatment.
Eman Ahmed to be discharged from Mumbai Hospital tomorrowRediff.com3 May 2017
"We are extremely happy and pleased with her progress and wish her all the best," added Lakdawala.
Egypt: 3-month state of emergency declared post church attacksRediff.com10 Apr 2017
The Egyptian government has ordered military special forces to assist the police in securing vital state facilities across the country.
Bombings at Egyptian Coptic churches on Palm Sunday kill 45Rediff.com9 Apr 2017
Two powerful blasts triggered by Islamic State in two churches packed with worshippers celebrating Palm Sunday in Egypt's Tanta and Alexandria cities.
Former Egyptian prez Hosni Mubarak freed after 6 yearsRediff.com24 Mar 2017
Mubarak was sentenced to life in prison in 2012 for taking part in killing over 200 protesters during the 18-day revolt which began on January 25, 2011, but a retrial was ordered on appeal.
Pune scientists discover new germs on cell phonesRediff.com6 Mar 2017
Meet Lysinbacillus telephonicus, Microbacterium telephonicum, Pyrenochaeta telephoni.
500-kg Egyptian woman in Mumbai for treatment, lifted by craneRediff.com11 Feb 2017
Eman Ahmed was transported by a fully-equipped truck, which was followed by an ambulance and a police escort, to Saifee Hospital where a special room has been built for her.
25 killed in bomb blast at Egypt's main Coptic cathedralRediff.com11 Dec 2016
The explosion took place at St Mark's Cathedral, main Coptic Christian cathedral, in Abbassyia district of central Cairo around 10:00 am when the prayers were on, according to a statement by the ministry of health.
When Amitav Ghosh issues a warning, it's time to listenRediff.com31 Aug 2016
'We know many things are going to happen.' 'People should be preparing for sea level rise, for increased cyclonic activity, for drought.' 'One reason I wrote the book is to alert people to the dangers that they face.' 'For example, Mumbai faces enormous threat.'
Electrifying cars of the future!Rediff.com5 Aug 2016
Take a look at these dazzling cars of the future.
All human remains recovered from EgyptAir plane crash siteRediff.com4 Jul 2016
The John Lethbridge, a privately owned deep-sea survey and recovery vehicle, is now headed to Alexandria to hand over the remains to prosecution and forensic authorities in the presence of members of the investigation committee.
'Smoke detected' inside cabin before EgyptAir crash: reportsRediff.com21 May 2016
Smoke alerts were triggered inside the cabin of the ill-fated EgyptAir jet minutes before it plunged into the Mediterranean Sea with 66 people on board.
EgyptAir Flight 804: 'Body parts, luggage found' at wreckage siteRediff.com20 May 2016
The navy has also found some of the passengers' belongings and was sweeping the area in search of the plane's black box, the military said.
EgyptAir plane from Paris to Cairo crashes; terror motive suspectedRediff.com19 May 2016
The plane was last detected in the skies over Greece, about 40 minutes from Athens, according to Sky News Arabia.
Flight attendant also took 'selfie' with hijackerRediff.com31 Mar 2016
It seems that the Briton who took a cheeky snap with the EgyptAir hijacker was not the only one to do so with another selfie surfacing on social media showing an air stewardess posing with the phoney bomber.
British man's selfie with EgyptAir hijacker goes viralRediff.com30 Mar 2016
A British man has shot to fame after clicking "the selfie of a life time" with the hijacker of the EgyptAir jet during the hostage drama in Cyprus, an act he said was aimed at staying "cheerful".
EgyptAir hijacker arrested, all hostages safeRediff.com29 Mar 2016
At least one man on the plane, carrying 62 people, is believed to be armed, and explosives have been found onboard, Cypriot officials said.
Legendary singer David Bowie dies at 69Rediff.com11 Jan 2016
The singer battled cancer for 18 months.
PHOTOS, World Cup qualifiers: Brazil crush Peru; Romania hold ItalyRediff.com18 Nov 2015
An inspired performance from Douglas Costa helped Brazil to a 3-0 win over Peru on Tuesday and lifted them into third place in the South American qualifying group for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.