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Delhi airport displaced Dubai as world's second busiest in MarchRediff.com3 May 2022
Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, India's largest, emerged as the second busiest airport in the world in March, displacing Dubai Airport and trailing only Atlanta in the pecking order, according to OAG, a global travel data provider. Its flight to the second position was the result of a strong recovery in the domestic aviation market. The government's decision to reopen international flights last month also helped increase traffic flow.
NBA: Pascal Siakam nets 40 in Raptors' OT win over CelticsRediff.com29 Mar 2022
Marcus Smart had 28 points and 10 rebounds for the Celtics, who had a six-game winning streak come to a halt. Grant Williams added 17 points, and Derrick White had 15 points and eight assists. Boston was without Jayson Tatum (knee), Jaylen Brown (knee), Robert Williams III (knee) and Al Horford (personal).
Ranbir-Alia Wrap Up BrahmastraRediff.com29 Mar 2022
Malaika wraps up a trip... Abhay meets Baby Yoda... Prithviraj quotes Will Smith...
Britain stripped of Tokyo Olympics 4x100m silverRediff.com19 Feb 2022
Chijindu Ujah has been provisionally suspended since Ostarine and S-23 -- both substances prohibited by world anti-doping organisation WADA -- were detected in his A and B samples following the final.
The Dilemma Ali Fazal is Struggling WithRediff.com15 Feb 2022
'There is a part of me that says it is a great time to tell stories from my own land.' 'But then opportunities are coming my way from all over the world.' 'So one foot is here and one foot is in the West.'
Covaxin booster can neutralise Omicron, Delta variants: Bharat BiotechRediff.com12 Jan 2022
Bharat Biotech on Wednesday said a study has demonstrated that a booster dose of Covaxin has a neutralising effect on the Omicron and Delta variants of COVID-19.
NBA roundup: Durant returns to lift Nets past CavsRediff.com23 Nov 2021
Bucks hold moment of silence for Wisconsin parade attack victims.
9/11: 20 Years Later, A Father Mourns A Dead SonRediff.com22 Nov 2021
Dates like 9/11 should never be allowed to pass by forgotten because terrorism is not to be borne, inhumanity is not to borne.
Hindu organisation accused of using forced labour at temple sites in USRediff.com11 Nov 2021
The New York Times said in a report on Wednesday that in the lawsuit filed in New Jersey federal court and amended last month, BAPS has been accused 'of luring labourers from India to work on temples near Atlanta, Chicago, Houston and Los Angeles, as well as in Robbinsville, New Jersey, paying them just $450 a month'.
'All the vaccines, so far, seem to be protecting from severe illness'Rediff.com9 Nov 2021
'The immune protection may well wane somewhat, and that's what we have to monitor.' 'Should it wane to the point where vaccinated individuals are getting severe disease, then we really will need to give them booster shots and that'll apply regardless of what vaccine they've got the first time.'
'Vaccine Must Go To Older People First'Rediff.com9 Nov 2021
'At the current time, we should be vaccinating all those who are potentially going to get more severe illness, before we start vaccinating very young individuals.'
Know Who The Goalie Is?Rediff.com1 Nov 2021
After dancing the Bhangra with college kids, telling his security detail to vamoose so he could schmooze with the Janata and clambering up an electricity poll to fix erratic power supply, Charanjit Singh Channi, clearly a man of the people, donned a new avatar on Sunday, October 31, 2021.
NBA roundup: Heat start with a bang, blow out BucksRediff.com22 Oct 2021
Boston Celtics' Kanter sparks backlash in China after comments on Tibet, Xi.
How Paes-Bhupathi 'brotherhood' conquered the worldRediff.com24 Sep 2021
Many years ago, Leander Paes acted on a whim when he asked Mahesh Bhupathi, "Would you like to win Wimbledon?" and the tennis star says what followed was a partnership that brought many trophies for India.
Trailblazer basketball player Satnam to try hand at pro-wrestlingRediff.com24 Sep 2021
Basketball player Satnam Singh Bhamara, who became the first Indian to be drafted into an NBA team before being banned or doping, has decided to try his hand at wrestling by sealing a deal with a professional league in the United States.
What is Neeraj doing with Leander-Kim?Rediff.com10 Sep 2021
Atlanta 1996 Bronze medalist meets Tokyo 2021 Gold medalist.
Tennis: Osaka stunned by Teichmann at CincinnatiRediff.com20 Aug 2021
Opelka, Kyrgios included in Team World for Laver Cup.
PICS: Pandemic Games end as Tokyo douses Olympic flameRediff.com8 Aug 2021
Images for Sunday's closing ceremony at the Tokyo Olympics.
Bulgaria win group gold in Rhythmic GymnasticsRediff.com8 Aug 2021
Rhythmic gymnastics sees athletes perform exquisite contortions and manoeuvres to music while using hoops, balls, clubs or ribbons.
Olympics: #GirlsGetItDoneRediff.com7 Aug 2021
'Everyone wants to get involved when there is success.' 'But what about guaranteeing it?' 'Making sure girls have the opportunity to succeed all the time?'
Equestrian Mirza finishes 23rd in individual eventingRediff.com2 Aug 2021
In the final, Mirza incurred 12.40 penalty points for an overall 59.60 that included the points from the three rounds of qualifying events -- dressage, cross country and jumping.
Tokyo Olympics: Yen for Losing MoneyRediff.com28 Jul 2021
Atanu Biswas explains the economics behind hosting a Games in pandemic times.
PIX: Tokyo Olympics GOLD winners on July 24Rediff.com24 Jul 2021
All the gold medallists from Saturday's action at the Tokyo Olympics.
Nagal downs Istomin to advance at Tokyo OlympicsRediff.com24 Jul 2021
Becomes only third Indian to win a singles match at the Games.
Tokyo Olympics: Deepika ninth in ranking round; India 9th in men's teamRediff.com23 Jul 2021
Deepika managed to stay in the top 10 in the qualification round with a total score of 663.
Tokyo Games: Who will Light The Flame?Rediff.com23 Jul 2021
The torchbearer's face will likely be seen by hundreds of millions of people watching around the world.
ROMANCE, HISTORY, FEAR: All on OTTRediff.com20 Jul 2021
Thrillers, horrors and real-life inspired stories dominate the OTT scene this week.
US First Lady to travel to Japan for OlympicsRediff.com13 Jul 2021
The Olympics, already delayed a year because of COVID-19, are due to run from July 23 to August 8.
Why is NCDC not in the centre of managing the Covid-19 crisis?Rediff.com12 Jul 2021
'We have the technical expertise, and international collaborations. We also have robust real-time data. We are a university of pandemic management. If the ministry neglects the role of NCDC, it is the loss of the country'
Kyrgios may opt out of Tokyo OlympicsRediff.com2 Jul 2021
Two days after being named in Australia's Olympic tennis team, Nick Kyrgios said he is "tossing up options" and may opt out of the Tokyo Games due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Happy 60th, Carl Lewis!Rediff.com1 Jul 2021
His 9-gold athletic haul at the Olympics remains unrivalled with Usain Bolt coming close with 8. Raj Kishore Mishra, former joint secretary at the sports ministry, salutes Carl Lewis, 'Sportsman of the 20th Century' on his 60th birthday.
'Lagaan destroyed me'Rediff.com16 Jun 2021
'As an actor, it gave me such a great role that after that whatever, work I was offered, it was never fulfilling.'
'Capt Amarinder has failed Punjab'Rediff.com4 Jun 2021
'Let the Congress high command decide who will replace Captain Amarinder because they are far wiser than I am.'
5 Olympians who ended on wrong side of the lawRediff.com29 May 2021
After devoting years to the difficult pursuit of perfection, some fall wayward.
Bereaved ATK Mohun Bagan keeper is now COVID frontline warriorRediff.com26 May 2021
Having performed his mother's shraddh ceremony, one of the stars of Indian Super League is now arranging oxygen cylinders, supplying food as a "frontline warrior" for his local club "Atlanta", located in South Kolkata's Golf Road region.
'I am that hero whose family is the audience'Rediff.com19 Apr 2021
'In India the box office numbers are insane. It released with 7 other films It still did 70 crores during pandemic times. 'To have your second feature film in Telugu create this kind of impact is a dream come true.'
Paes back in training with Olympics on mindRediff.com23 Mar 2021
India's seven-time Olympian Leander Paes says only the best should represent the country.
Baseball legend, 'Hammerin' Hank' Aaron, dies at 86Rediff.com23 Jan 2021
'He grew up poor and faced racism as he worked to become one of the greatest baseball players of all time. Hank never let the hatred he faced consume him.'
Biden picks Kashmiri-origin Sameera Fazili in WH teamRediff.com16 Jan 2021
In December, Aisha Shah was named as Partnerships Manager at the White House Office of Digital Strategy.
Democrat Warnock becomes Georgia's 1st Black senatorRediff.com6 Jan 2021
Multiple news outlets on Wednesday morning projected Warnock, a senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, winner against Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler in the Georgia Senate runoff.