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California to Mumbai: Inspiring Ganeshas!Rediff.com15 Sep 2021
Rediff readers tell us how they are celebrating Ganeshotsav this year.
Tokyo Games: FASCINATING Pix!Rediff.com2 Aug 2021
Capturing the drama at the 2020 Olympics.
Tokyo Games: EXCITING Pix!Rediff.com28 Jul 2021
Capturing the drama at the 2020 Olympics.
Olympics Hockey: Germany hand India women second defeatRediff.com26 Jul 2021
After the 1-5 drubbing from world No. 1 the Netherlands, the Indians lifted their game but it was not enough to get past world No. 3 and Rio Games bronze-medallists Germany in their second Pool A match at the Oi Hockey stadium.
The sole supernova in Galaxy BollywoodRediff.com22 Jul 2021
No one deserves the title thespian more than Dilip Kumar, notes Shreekant Sambrani.
1900 Olympics: The only time cricket was played at GamesRediff.com16 Jul 2021
With the Tokyo Olympics set to start on July 23, here is some trivia from the first two editions of the modern Olympics held in 1896 and 1900.
There were times I wanted to give up: MithaliRediff.com4 Jul 2021
'I am still very passionate to go out there, be there in the middle and win games for India. I know there is still room for improvements in terms of my batting and that is something I am working on... There are certain dimensions I would like to add to my batting...'
Mithali gets Sthalekar praiseRediff.com4 Jul 2021
'I know having bowled to her, you bowl a number of dots and out of nowhere she picks you up and hits you straight back over your head. With so much ease she does, I can't understand why you don't do that more often than not, but it doesn't matter in this case...'
Mithali becomes highest run-getter in women's cricketRediff.com4 Jul 2021
Mithali now became the world's most prolific batter in women's internationals, overtaking Edwards' 10,273 runs.
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.'
'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.'
Reliance proposes using tapeworm drug to treat Covid patientsRediff.com3 Jun 2021
Niclosamide, a drug on the World Health Organisation's list of essential medicines, has been used to treat tapeworm infestation for more than 50 years. The oral antiviral drug was also used to treat patients during the SARS outbreak of 2003-04.
William, Harry pay tribute to 'extraordinary' grandpa Prince PhilipRediff.com12 Apr 2021
Both brothers, reportedly estranged in recent months since Harry stepped back as a frontline royal after his wedding to Meghan Markle, make references to the late Duke's sense of humour and describe him as a man of service.
Nethra Kumanan first Indian woman sailor to qualify for OlympicsRediff.com7 Apr 2021
Nethra Kumanan became the first Indian woman sailor to qualify for the Olympics after making sure of a top-place finish in the laser radial event of the Asian Qualifiers, in Oman, on Wednesday.
Mithali becomes first woman cricketer to complete 7,000 ODI runsRediff.com14 Mar 2021
Mithali Raj reached the 7,000-run milestone in her 213th match
Mithali completes 10,000 runs; cricketers laud herRediff.com12 Mar 2021
Mithali Raj joins England's Charlotte Edwards in the elite club
Race, title, anguish: Meghan, Harry explain royal riftRediff.com8 Mar 2021
In her sit-down interview with Oprah, Meghan said the palace decreed that Archie would not have any title, a move she says was "different from the protocol."
10 Women We LoveRediff.com8 Mar 2021
Sukanya Verma lists her favourite women on Women's Day.
Indian women's trap team settles for silver in ISSF World CupRediff.com4 Mar 2021
Sania ousted from Qatar Total Open.
Athletes bring fight for equality into sporting arena in 2020Rediff.com15 Dec 2020
Black Lives Matter was stenciled onto NFL fields and NBA courts. Athletes raised fists and took the knee.
China will help Pakistan to keep fire burning in J&KRediff.com3 Dec 2020
'China is likely to help Pakistan in keeping the fire burning in J&K to bleed India for its own interests.' A fascinating excerpt from Lieutenant General K Himalay Singh's Making of a General: A Himalayan Echo.
Trump or Biden? America votes to elect 46th PresidentRediff.com4 Nov 2020
Amidst a resurgent COVID-19 pandemic, nearly 100 million people have already cast their ballots in early voting, putting the country on course for its highest turnout in a century. Some 239 million people are eligible to vote this year.
Prince William's COVID kept secret in first wave of UK pandemic: ReportRediff.com2 Nov 2020
The Duke of Cambridge, 38, didn't want to alarm the public so kept his illness private.
Trump denies report that he would declare poll victory earlyRediff.com2 Nov 2020
The US president hinted that he is gearing up for a legal battle post the election.
A Suitable Boy reviewRediff.com23 Oct 2020
As splendid it is to behold, A Suitable Boy cannot match in soul and falls short of being memorable, feels Sukanya Verma.
Trump accepts Republican nomination for second termRediff.com28 Aug 2020
Trump, 74, in his acceptance speech from the South Lawns of the White House amidst cheers from his supporters on Thursday night, said: "My fellow Americans, tonight, with a heart full of gratitude and boundless optimism, I proudly accept this nomination for President of the United States".
Fascinating Ganesha pix from Charlotte to GhaziabadRediff.com28 Aug 2020
Rediff readers tell us how they are celebrating Ganeshotsav.
'4 more years of Trump': Pence accepts Republican Party's nomination for VPRediff.com27 Aug 2020
Pence and Trump will challenge Democratic Patry's presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Indian-origin Senator Kamala Harris in the November election.
My husband won't stop fighting for you: Melania tells AmericansRediff.com26 Aug 2020
Referring to COVID-19, she said her husband's administration will not stop fighting until there is an effective treatment and vaccine available to everyone.
Republican party re-nominates Trump as presidential candidateRediff.com25 Aug 2020
Trump, 74, who faces a formidable challenge from former Democratic vice president Joe Biden, 77, is scheduled to deliver his acceptance speech from the South Lawn of the White House on August 27.
Healy hits out at BCCI over scheduling of women's IPLRediff.com3 Aug 2020
Australia's Alyssa Healy criticised India's decision to schedule the Women's T20 Challenge in November despite it clashing with the Women's Big Bash League (WBBL). The three-team Challenge tournament, which was introduced in 2018, has been staged on the sidelines of the popular men's Indian Premier League (IPL) in March to May, ensuring decent crowds and coverage.
Trump to resume election rallies from OklahomaRediff.com11 Jun 2020
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, he had suspended his election rallies for the past three months.
Michael Jordan pledges $100 million to fight for racial equalityRediff.com6 Jun 2020
Protesters have taken to the streets in US cities over systemic racism and police brutality.
World sport unites, adds voice to protests over Floyd's deathRediff.com2 Jun 2020
Charlotte Hornets and owner and former NBA great Michael Jordan and golfer Tiger Woods, who rarely speak out on social issues, have also called for change.
Michael Jordan on George Floyd's death: 'We have had enough'Rediff.com1 Jun 2020
Michael Jordan said his heart went out to the family of Floyd and others who have died through acts of racism.
NASCAR back on track as F1, IndyCar stuck in virtual worldRediff.com23 May 2020
In fact, NASCAR will just about be the only show in town, with the NBA and NHL, which would in the thick of the playoffs at this point of the season, and MLB all on the sidelines muddling through various return to play scenarios.
The English Game: Football version of Downton AbbeyRediff.com16 May 2020
'The English Game could have been truly great -- a precious glimpse into how the game went from being played by just the rich to one being eventually dominated by the masses,' observes Dhruv Munjal.
NASCAR to resume season in mid-May without spectatorsRediff.com1 May 2020
NASCAR will be the first major sport in the United States to return to action amid the coronavirus pandemic after the organisers of the popular racing series said on Thursday that the season will resume without fans in mid-May. NASCAR, which postponed racing in mid-March due to concerns over the novel coronavirus, said its season will resume on May 17 at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina.
Princess Charlotte to mark birthday with virtual party with QueenRediff.com27 Apr 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are isolating at their Anmer Hall residence in Norfolk, eastern England, during the coronavirus lockdown have planned all the usual trimmings of birthday cake and some games as well as a surprise video call from her great grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
William admits coronavirus fears for Charles, QueenRediff.com17 Apr 2020
William, the Duke of Cambridge who is second in line to the throne, also spoke of his worry for his grandparents -- Queen Elizabeth II, 93, and her husband Prince Philip, 98 -- who are both isolated away at Windsor Castle during the pandemic.