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Bottle cork hurled at Rahul, 'India fan' enters fieldRediff.com14 Aug 2021
A bottle cork was hurled at India's first-innings centurion K L Rahul from the spectators stand during the pre-lunch session while an English fan, dressed in India colours, entered the field before tea, in two separate incidents on the third day of the second Test, at Lord's, on Saturday.
'Hanuman Garhi temple was built by a Muslim ruler'Rediff.com12 Aug 2021
'He also granted the temple freedom from all taxes and decreed that no one could litigate against it ever.'
'Normalcy is far away'Rediff.com10 Aug 2021
'If the government has not listened to scientists, it must.' 'It's obvious that this is a science-driven campaign (fight), a science-driven situation.' 'We cannot afford to ignore the science.'
India builds world's highest road in LadakhRediff.com4 Aug 2021
The BRO has constructed a 52-km long black-topped road through Umlingla Pass, bettering the previous record of a road in Bolivia connecting to its volcano Uturuncu at 18,953 ft, the ministry's statement noted.
Priests' body writes to PM seeking representation in temple managementRediff.com23 Jul 2021
'Instructions may be given for the representation of Akhil Bhartiya Tirth Purohit Mahasabha in the management of temples and religious places,' Mahesh Pathak, national president of the body said in a letter to the PM.
Why this Army veteran wants sedition law to goRediff.com16 Jul 2021
Everybody knows what's happening. How I feel is not important. How the people are feeling is important'
Motown gears up for fast-lane drive as second wave of Covid-19 abatesRediff.com30 Jun 2021
As the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic abates, India's automakers are hopeful of a quick recovery in sales volumes, led by better rural sentiment, low interest rates, improved availability of finance and a gradual uptick in business and economic activity. In fact, companies have started to ramp up production already, encouraged by high order books and the growing preference for private transport in both rural and urban areas as a means to avoid infections. In early April, the industry had been bullish as the sales trend for March showed that the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic had been left behind. The total vehicle sales had grown by 77 per cent, albeit on a lower base, and for the past few months, sales had consistently touched 300,000 units per month.
11 Spelling Bee finalists: 9 Indian kids!Rediff.com29 Jun 2021
'We look forward to seeing them show off their knowledge and hard work as they square off against the dictionary on the national stage.'
IT cos set to slash 3 mn jobs by 2022Rediff.com16 Jun 2021
With automation taking place at a much faster pace across industries especially in the tech space, domestic software firms that employee over 16 million are set to slash headcounts by a massive 3 million by 2022, which will help them save a whopping $100 billion mostly in salaries annually, says a report. The domestic IT sector employs around 16 million, of them around 9 million are employed in low-skilled services and BPO roles, according to Nasscom. Of these 9 million low-skilled services and BPO roles, 30 per cent or around 3 million will be lost by 2022, principally driven by the impact of robot process automation or RPA. Roughly 0.7 million roles are expected to be replaced by RPA alone and the rest due to other technological upgrades and upskilling by the domestic IT players, while it the RPA will have the worst impact in the US with a loss of almost 1 million jobs, according to a Bank of America report on Wednesday.
Ramdev's volte-face: Will take vaccine; calls doctors 'God's envoys'Rediff.com10 Jun 2021
Yoga guru Ramdev, who had said he does not need the Covid vaccine as he has protection of yoga and Ayurveda, on Thursday did a somersault, saying he will soon get the jab and described doctors as 'God's envoys on earth'.
'Shastri has moulded India into world beaters'Rediff.com10 Jun 2021
'I am particularly happy that an Indian has done such a superb job as the coach because people always talk about foreign coaches, but Shastri has dashed all those views.'
'A lot of garbage came in from Trinamool'Rediff.com17 May 2021
'Mamata will beat the living daylights out of BJP workers with the result that people who are not totally committed, they will promptly leave the party and go back to Trinamool.' 'Or when they find they cannot get what they came to the BJP for they will go back to Trinamool.'
Srikanth holds on to slim Olympic hopes; Sindhu to take a breakRediff.com13 May 2021
Chirag said "it is difficult to stay motivated" in such uncertain times.
In m-cap terms, Tata Steel now second-biggest titan of group companiesRediff.com11 May 2021
Historically, Tata Steel has always been among the biggest companies in the group in terms of m-cap, revenue, and profit but its fortunes began to decline after 2010 due to a sharp decline in the profitability of its European operations that it had acquired in 2007. The company was hit by a sharp rise in its debt level after this acquisition. First, it lost out to Tata Motors in terms of revenue in FY11 and then in March 2015, Titan beat it to become the third-biggest firm in the group in terms of m-cap. In FY20, TCS reported higher revenue and Tata Steel had become the third biggest company in that terms.
The BEST of my father, Satyajit RayRediff.com28 Apr 2021
Satyajit Ray would have been a hundred years old on May 2. To mark the legendary film-maker's birth centenary, Rediff.com bring you a treasure trove of features from our archives.
What You Must Know About Small SavingsRediff.com19 Apr 2021
'Decide on an asset allocation you are comfortable with and stick to it for the long term.'
Remembering Sunder NavalkarRediff.com14 Apr 2021
Sunder Navalkar devoted her whole life to the cause of workers' rights, remembers Sanober Keashwaar.
How sailor Nethra charted her journey to OlympicsRediff.com9 Apr 2021
'I've been working hard for this for the past 18 months and away from home for a long time...and it is good to know that it all paid off and the event is done and we've got what we came for'
'I want to keep putting myself in uncomfortable spots'Rediff.com8 Apr 2021
'I want to have a long lasting and impactful presence as an artist on the screen and keep surprising myself.'
Biden admin 'undecided' on ending Trump-era H-1B visa banRediff.com2 Mar 2021
The Biden administration has indicated that it is still undecided on ending the Trump-era ban on issuing new H-1B visas, with the Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas asserting that the US government's top priority is the acute needs of individuals fleeing persecution. The H-1B visa, the most sought after among Indian IT professionals, is a non-immigrant visa that allows US companies to employ foreign workers in speciality occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise. Technology companies depend on it to hire tens of thousands of employees each year from countries like India and China.
Biden revokes Trump-era ban on Green CardRediff.com25 Feb 2021
Reopening the country to people seeking green cards, or legal permanent residence, Biden in his proclamation on Wednesday said that the policy of former US President Donald Trump does not advance the interests of the United States.
Naman Ojha bids tearful adieu to all forms of cricketRediff.com15 Feb 2021
Although Ojha's international career never took off, the Ujjain-born player has played 146 first-class games notching up 9,753 runs
Umpires offered us to leave midway after racial abuse: SirajRediff.com21 Jan 2021
Siraj said the unruly crowd behaviour acted as a morale-booster for him during his debut Test series.
Borrowing money from lending apps? Read this!Rediff.com11 Jan 2021
'Remember, if an app breaks the rules while giving you money, it will also break them while collecting.'
Australia board apologises after India players complain of racist abuseRediff.com11 Jan 2021
Play was halted for a few minutes on the fourth day of the third Test between India and Australia after the visiting players complained of abuse from the crowd at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday.
Peak of rowdy behaviour, have myself faced many times: Kohli on Indian team facing racist abusesRediff.com10 Jan 2021
Kohli, in a series of tweets, said racial abuse is 'absolutely unacceptable' and needs to be looked at with 'absolute urgency'.
Australia captain Paine fined for dissentRediff.com10 Jan 2021
Paine admitted the offence and accepted the sanction proposed by David Boon
Siraj was today allegedly referred to as 'Brown Dog', 'Big Monkey'Rediff.com10 Jan 2021
Play was halted for close to 10 minutes before stadium security as well as New South Wales Police checked in to the relevant stand from where the nasty comments were being hurled at.
The first lady umpire in a men's TestRediff.com7 Jan 2021
Australia's Claire Polosak created history as she became the first lady match official in a men's Test match, taking up the fourth umpire's role in the third Test between India and Australia in Sydney.
Red-letter day for women umpires as Polosak gets Test dutyRediff.com6 Jan 2021
The Australian umpire is set to become first female of officiate a men's Test match.
In a way, pandemic was a boon for Indian e-commerce firmsRediff.com1 Jan 2021
E-commerce firms like Amazon, Flipkart, Myntra and others witnessed successful festive season sales this year, Experts say e-commerce adoption in the country is accelerating by multiple years or what it would have looked like in 2025.
Australia fined 40% of match fee, four WTC points for slow over-rateRediff.com29 Dec 2020
The charge was levelled by on-field umpires Bruce Oxenford and Paul Reiffel, third umpire Paul Wilson and fourth umpire Gerard Abood.
Experts: Online coaching is the 'new normal'Rediff.com11 Dec 2020
While online coaching has become a big hit during the lockdown, the path ahead is not easy, reports Rupesh Dutta.
India fined for slow over-rate in third T20I vs AustraliaRediff.com9 Dec 2020
The Indian team has been fined 20 per cent of its match fee for maintaining a slow over-rate in the third T20 International against Australia in Sydney on Tuesday.
Neutral doctors for concussion calls in cricket?Rediff.com6 Dec 2020
Former Australia batsman Mark Waugh believes the International Cricket Council should consider appointing a neutral doctor to assess players hit on the head and make the decision regarding concussion substitutes.
'Up to players to not abuse concussion rule'Rediff.com5 Dec 2020
'I've said for years I'd like to see players and coaches take more responsibility in running the game.'
Gavaskar surprised by 'noise' at Jadeja substitutionRediff.com5 Dec 2020
Later, India captain Virat Kohli said Jadeja, who was subsequently ruled out of the remainder of the series, was dizzy after the head knock.
Did India misuse concussion substitute rule?Rediff.com5 Dec 2020
India will argue that they didn't take any undue advantage from the concussion substitute rule.
'Physio not attending Jadeja is breach of protocol'Rediff.com4 Dec 2020
Manjrekar agreed that match referee David Boon had no option but to allow India a concussion substitute.
We had no plans to play Chahal, but..., says KohliRediff.com4 Dec 2020
Kohli was full of praise for all his players but singled out Jadeja and Chahal for their efforts.