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Trump hesitates to condemn white supremacistsRediff.com30 Sep 2020
Biden alleged that Trump has used everything as a "dog whistle" to try to generate racist hatred and division.
The conflicts that rocked the worldRediff.com26 Dec 2018
From the political maelstrom in Washington to the humanitarian disaster in Yemen to the deadly unrest along the Israel-Gaza border, photographers captured a world in turbulent transition.
Who's the tallest of them all?Rediff.com15 Dec 2018
'All statue-building is an exercise in hubris, but Mr Adityanath's enterprise begs a question: Can a state with rampant child malnutrition and 325 children dying in a Gorakhpur hospital afford Rama's benediction?' asks Sunil Sethi.
This Mulk of mineRediff.com24 Aug 2018
'We demonise the Others.' 'We are constantly reminded that they are different and are an existential threat to Us.' 'The toxin of Nellie in 1983, Delhi in 1984 and Gujarat in 2002 is not yet flushed out of our body politic,' says Shreekant Sambrani.
'I have faced more attacks and threats than I have ever before'Rediff.com14 Aug 2018
'Disagreements between reporters and the White House has always been there, but this is the most tense I have seen it since I have been there.'
How Pragg, 12, became India's youngest GrandmasterRediff.com27 Jul 2018
'It was a big relief to get it out of the way. Now he can concentrate on future progress.'
Powerful winning images from the World Press Photo AwardsRediff.com18 Apr 2018
The best in international photojournalism was recently announced by World Press Photo's Annual Photo Contest. Despite fierce competition, the jury was forced to select just a handful of images from more than 73,044 photos by 4,548 photographers across 125 different countries. This year's grand prize was awarded to Venezuelan photographer Ronaldo Schemidt, earning him the title of Press Photographer of the Year. Here are some of the winners.
MBA to minimum wage earner: Deepak Singh's amazing journeyRediff.com31 Mar 2018
When Deepak Singh first started working as a salesman in the US, he was ashamed of the fall in status this signalled, says Vikram Johri.
May allow dreamers to stay, but no citizenship: TrumpRediff.com15 Sep 2017
Trump said he is very close to a deal on DACA.
A 9/11 in Trump's AmericaRediff.com12 Sep 2017
Indian Americans speak up about the daunting challenges on the 16th anniversary of the tragedy.
US Open: Rojer makes political point in doubles triumph with TecauRediff.com9 Sep 2017
The 12th seeded Rojer and Tecau, who rallied from a set down to upset top seeded Henri Kontinen and John Peers in the semi-finals, needed just 86 minutes on a sunny Arthur Ashe Stadium court to add the US Open championship to the Wimbledon title they won in 2015.
She would've been a first! Meet the black trans model L'Oreal Paris droppedRediff.com4 Sep 2017
Munroe Bergdorf had called out racism in a strongly-worded Facebook post after the White Supremacists' rally in Charlottesvilla in the US.
After angry Phoenix rally, Trump calls for unity at veterans eventRediff.com24 Aug 2017
Trump says it is time to heal the wounds that divide Americans.
Trump defends Charlottesville response, targets 'dishonest' mediaRediff.com23 Aug 2017
Trump said he strongly condemn neo-Nazis, white supremacists and the Ku Klux Klan members."
'Go back to India': This CEO racially abused by Trump supporters in USRediff.com23 Aug 2017
Ravin Gandhi wrote an op-ed for CNBC following Trump's Charlottesville remarks but was quickly trolled and racially abused by readers.
President's arts council quits over Trump's Charlottesville remarksRediff.com19 Aug 2017
In a letter signed by 16 of 17 committee members including two Indian-Americans Jhumpa Lahiri and Kal Penn, they said reproach and censure are necessary following Trump's "support of the hate groups and terrorists who killed and injured fellow Americans in Charlottesville."
Trump outs White House strategist BannonRediff.com18 Aug 2017
Friday is the last day for White House Chief strategist Steve Bannon, a presidential spokesperson said on Friday.
Can't do my job while defending malicious attacks: SikkaRediff.com18 Aug 2017
Sikka said he needs to move forward and return to environment of respect, trust and empowerment, where he can take on new lofty challenges.
Trump disbands business councils after CEOs quit over Charlottesville remarksRediff.com17 Aug 2017
"Rather than putting pressure on the businesspeople of the Manufacturing Council & Strategy & Policy Forum, I am ending both. Thank you all!" Trump said in a tweet.
Trump again blames 'both sides' for Virginia violenceRediff.com16 Aug 2017
Trump had come under fire from both Republicans and Democrats for his muted response to the violence unleashed by white supremacists during a rally in Charlottesville.
Obama's response to Virginia violence becomes most 'liked' tweet in historyRediff.com16 Aug 2017
The tweet has been endorsed by more than 2.8 million social media users and has also been retweeted by over 1.2 million times.
Trump calls racism 'evil'; slams white supremacists, neo-NazisRediff.com14 Aug 2017
All those who engaged in racist violence over the weekend in Charlottesville "will be held fully accountable," Trump said in a televised address from the White House.
3 dead in violence during white nationalist rallyRediff.com13 Aug 2017
US President Donald Trump described this a terrible event.
US postal service to issue 'forever' stamp for DiwaliRediff.com24 Aug 2016
The Diwali stamp is being issued as a "Forever" stamp, the US Postal Service said in a statement.
Indian American Atul Keshap, US envoy to Sri LankaRediff.com27 Mar 2015
Atul Keshap would be 'a superb fit for Sri Lanka as he knows the ins and outs of the politics there and all the political players, including the new disposition in Colombo intimately,' US diplomatic sources in Washington, DC told Aziz Haniffa/Rediff.com
The top 10 business schools in the USRediff.com12 Mar 2015
Take a look at the annual US News and World Report's 2016 business school rankings.
Desi diplomat to assist US secretary Nisha Desai BiswalRediff.com18 Nov 2013
Atul Keshap, a senior Indian American career diplomat and one of the rising stars in the United States foreign service, has been picked by Nisha Desai Biswal, the newly appointed assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asian affairs, to be her deputy.
Rankings: Yuki up to 204 in singles; Paes in 9th spot in doublesRediff.com4 Nov 2013
Following his title win at the Traralgon Challenger event, Indian tennis player Yuki Bhambri leapfrogged 73 places to 204 in the singles rankings on Monday even as Rohan Bopanna dropped out of the top-10 in the doubles chart.
Challenger Tour: Yuki in final of the Traralgon eventRediff.com2 Nov 2013
Yuki Bhambri avenged his last week's defeat against James Duckworth by knocking out the home favourite Australian from the Traralgon event and earned himself a shot at his second title on the Challenger Tour on Saturday.
ATP Challenger: Yuki in semis, Somdev and Myneni in quartersRediff.com1 Nov 2013
Indian players enjoyed a good day on the ATP Challenger tour as Yuki Bhambri reached the singles semifinals of the Traralgon event in Australia while Somdev Devvarman and Saketh Myneni reached the quarter-finals of the Charlottesville event in the United States.
Yuki enters quarter-finals of Traralgon ChallengerRediff.com31 Oct 2013
Yuki Bhambri recovered well from a poor start to beat New Zealand's Michael Venus in a three-setter and advance to the singles quarter-finals of the ATP Challenger event in Traralgon, Australia.
Homework is a waste of time: Do YOU agree?Rediff.com29 Nov 2012
A new study by researchers from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, US has revealed that homework assignments did not help students get better grades.
Somdev in quarters of US ChallengerRediff.com2 Nov 2012
Somdev Devvarman struggled past Japanese qualifier Taro Daniel to progress to the singles quarter-finals of the ATP Challenger tournament, in Charlottesville, US.
India has the capacity to become a global power: BlakeRediff.com5 Jun 2012
The United States believes India has the required institutional capacity to become a global power and sees a growing strategic convergence between the two nations, a top administration official has said ahead of next week's India-US strategic dialogue.
Indian-origin Sikh elected mayor of historic US cityRediff.com17 Jan 2012
Satyendra Singh Huja, a Sikh American, has been unanimously elected as the mayor of Charlottesville, a historic city in Virginia.
Paes-Dlouhy advance to Paris Masters quartersRediff.com10 Nov 2010
Leander Paes and Lukas Dlouhy advanced to the quarter-finals of the Paris Masters after registering a tough three-set win over American pair of John Isner and Sam Querry in Paris.
Somdev out of singles, wins in doublesRediff.com6 Nov 2010
Second seed Somdev Devvarman suffered a shock defeat at the hands of lower-ranked Australian Chris Guccione to bow out of singles but progressed to the doubles semi-finals of the ATP Challenger event in Charlottesville.
Somdev, Yuki in 2nd round of ATP ChallengerRediff.com3 Nov 2010
Second seed Somdev Devvarman and qualifier Yuki Bhambri advanced to the second round of the $50,000 ATP Challenger event with contrasting wins in Charlottesville.
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.
'We were stepping over the bodies in the restaurant'Rediff.com27 Nov 2009
The 26/11 attacks helped meditation guru Master Charles find the strong core of inner peace.