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PHOTOS: Defining moments of the decade in SportsRediff.com31 Dec 2019
Some of the big moments of the sporting world from 2010-2019!
Find 'more dignified ways' to seek votes: Manmohan to ModiRediff.com2 Dec 2017
On being asked why he doesn't talk about his humble background like Modi, Singh said, "I don't want the country to take a pity on the basis of my humble background."
Donald Trump is a blank sheet of paperRediff.com12 Dec 2016
'You can ascribe any ideology to him, and it will be equally right - or equally wrong.' 'Even though the comrades on the Left will never admit it, he seems as much Stalinist as capitalist.'
Muhammad Ali's life celebrated by thousands at prayer serviceRediff.com10 Jun 2016
A Muslim funeral for Muhammad Ali on Thursday drew thousands of admirers to the boxer's hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, where mourners prayed over the body of a man who battled in the ring and sought peace outside it. An estimated 14,000 people, representing many races and creeds, attended the jenazah, or "funeral" in Arabic, where he was repeatedly feted as "the people's champion." Ali, a three-time heavyweight champion known for his showmanship, political activism and devotion to humanitarian causes, died on Friday of septic shock in an Arizona hospital. He was 74.
Ali's family didn't consider donating brain, says doctorRediff.com7 Jun 2016
Muhammad Ali and his family never seriously considered donating the boxing great's brain for research, according to the doctor who treated him. "Not really," was Dr. Abe Lieberman's answer when he was asked Monday if submitting the brain for research was discussed. Lieberman said he didn't think boxing contributed to Ali's contraction of Parkinson's disease but he couldn't be "a hundred percent" certain. The doctor spoke at a news conference at the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix. Lieberman was among those who diagnosed Ali in 1984. The doctor said he believes Ali had the disease earlier, when he fought Larry Holmes in 1980. Ali thought the Holmes fight did serious damage.
'If con is the opposite of pro then Congress is the opposite of progress'Rediff.com28 May 2015
The full transcript of the exclusive interview with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Gaming review: Assassin's Creed IV: Black FlagRediff.com7 Dec 2013
Set in the Caribbean, slightly before the Assassin's Creed III timeline, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag centres around a pirate unwittingly dragged into the conflict between the Assassins and the Templars.
Unfinished tasks of Bharat that is IndiaRediff.com19 Aug 2010
A political economy of poverty and deprivation co-exists with the political economy of environmental degradation and engineered landscape in a military-mining-industrial complex. It remains to be undone, says Gopal Krishna
PM should bring down prices or quit, says NDARediff.com5 Jul 2010
"The prime minister should either bring down prices or leave his chair," Yadav told reporters.
King, Gandhi ideals must guide us: ObamaRediff.com10 Dec 2009
United States President Barack Obama received the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize at a glittering ceremony at Oslo City Hall on December 10.In his speech after receiving the award, Obama justified the use of force against extremists to protect his country. But he added that the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King "must always be the North Star that guides us on our journey."
Opinion: Proud to sing Vande Mataram!Rediff.com9 Nov 2009
'At the far end we have the likes of Maulana Mahmood Madani with their separatist agenda, but that does not mean every Muslim is persuaded by the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind's bunkum.'
Hyderabad blasts act of enemies of India: SoniaRediff.com1 Sep 2007
United Progressive Alliance chairperson and Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday said that the twin bomb blasts that rocked Hyderabad recently were the handiwork of forces inimical to India's progress.
The glorious example of the heroes of 1857Rediff.com9 May 2007
'The movement of 1857 was in expanse and significance greater than just a mutiny in the army. Its most significant characteristic was the unity of the Hindus and Muslims in the struggle against foreign rule.'
'We can hit any soft target in India'Rediff.com9 Jan 2007
'The reality is that India is not ready to accept Kashmir as a core issue,' says Hizbul Mujahideen commander Syed Salahuddin.