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COVID-19: Celtic named as Scottish championsRediff.com18 May 2020
The league statement added that final season placings were decided on a points-per-game basis in matches played to March 13.
When Bollywood dressed for college!Rediff.com10 May 2019
Coolest and craziest campus fashion over the years!
Rumble in the Jungle shook the worldRediff.com11 Nov 2018
The Rumble in the Jungle was the greatest boxing spectacle of the 20th century, notes Dhruv Munjal.
Trump arrives in London on maiden visit to UKRediff.com12 Jul 2018
The US president's four-day tour will feature talks with British PM Theresa May, tea with the Queen, and mass protests including a giant Trump baby blimp being flown over Westminster.
Prince William's need for speed!Rediff.com21 Feb 2018
Britain's Prince William threw on his biker's helmet and proved he's the king of cool as he took the latest Triumph Tiger 1200 bike for a spin around a track on Tuesday. The royal, who in the past has owned and ridden powerful bikes, was on a visit to the Triumph Motorcycles in Leicestershire, East Midlands when he took the bike for a spin.
UK tycoons pledge Rs 500 crore for cleaning GangaRediff.com30 Nov 2017
Gadkari, who was on a 3-day visit to London, listed the Hinduja family and Sri Prakash Lohia of the Indorama Corporation among the donors.
British soldiers get behind the cameraRediff.com22 Nov 2017
From the dust and dirt of a warzone to the gleaming uniforms of an army parade -- these are the images that show the reality of life for British servicemen and women. The revealing series of photographs are some of the winning entries in this year's Army Photographic Competition.
Football Roundup: Conte confirms Costa has no future at ChelseaRediff.com22 Jul 2017
This and more from the happenings in the world of football
Scottish boxer dies after suffering severe bleeding in boutRediff.com1 Oct 2016
Scottish boxer Mike Towell has died in hospital after the 25-year-old suffered serious injuries in a welterweight bout in Glasgow on Thursday.
Honduras international footballer Arnold Peralta shot deadRediff.com11 Dec 2015
Honduras national team midfielder Arnold Peralta was shot to death in a shopping mall parking lot in his hometown of La Ceiba on the country's Caribbean coast, police said. The country is plagued by gang violence and has one of the highest murder rates in the world.
Hop on to the 'Modi Express' in UKRediff.com13 Oct 2015
The Indian community groups in United Kingdom have launched a 'Modi Express' bus for a month-long tour around iconic landmarks to mark Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden visit to the country in November.
Deaths on the football pitchRediff.com21 Oct 2014
Rediff.com lists the footballers who died while playing, in the last decade.
Scotland says 'NO' to independence in historic referendumRediff.com19 Sep 2014
Scots on Friday rejected independence in a historic referendum and decided to remain in a 307-year-old union with the United Kingdom, in a relief to Prime Minister David Cameron.
CWG 2014: Rajput shoots silver, Narang settles for bronzeRediff.com29 Jul 2014
Star Indian marksman Gagan Narang failed to defend his gold in the men's 50m rifle 3 position but managed to win a bronze while compatriot Sanjeev Rajput clinched the silver on the concluding day of the shooting events at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, on Tuesday.
Indians at Games: Bindra bids CWG adieu with gold, Malaika gets silverRediff.com26 Jul 2014
After a cracking opening day where they bagged seven medals, it was a relatively quieter day for the Indians as they added a gold, silver and a bronze to their tally.
Bindra bids adieu to CWG with elusive individual gold medalRediff.com25 Jul 2014
Abhinav Bindra made his swansong appearance at the Commonwealth Games a memorable one as the star Indian shooter won the battle of nerves in a gripping competition to bag the 10m Air Rifle gold medal, which has eluded him in the previous four attempts.
British Sikh soldier in row over his turbanRediff.com2 Dec 2012
The British army's first Sikh soldier allowed to wear a turban rather than a bearskin on ceremonial duties has suffered abuse from his colleagues over his headgear and his refusal to cut hair and his beard, a media report said on Sunday.
We need to plan against Kohli in T20 World Cup: DilshanRediff.com13 Aug 2012
Virat Kohli's meteoric rise in recent times has prompted the Sri Lankan cricket team to devise a game plan for the Indian batsman ahead of next month's T20 World Cup, according to opener Tillakaratne Dilshan.
Rangers ousted from Scottish Premier LeagueRediff.com4 Jul 2012
Former champions Rangers were ejected from the Scottish Premier League (SPL) on Wednesday when rival teams voted to exclude the Glasgow club following its financial crisis.
Indian business houses buy all 7 SLPL franchiseesRediff.com28 Jun 2012
Indian business enterprises showed keen interest in the inaugural edition of the Sri Lanka Premier League, buying all the seven contesting franchises on offer, even as the Board of Control for Cricket in India decided not to allow its players to participate in the Twenty20 league.
Muhammad Ali trainer Dundee dies at 90Rediff.com2 Feb 2012
Celebrated boxing trainer Angelo Dundee, Muhammad Ali's cornerman in his greatest fights, died on Wednesday at the age of 90.
Former heavyweight champ Henry Cooper dies at 76Rediff.com2 May 2011
Former British and European heavyweight boxing champion Henry Cooper, one of the most popular sportsmen, has died at the age of 76, the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBC) said Sunday.
Impact of cold snap on European sportRediff.com22 Dec 2010
How the snow and freezing temperatures are affecting the sporting calendar across Europe.
Man United lose, Inter seven clearRediff.com23 Mar 2009
The English Premier League title race was thrown wide open with leaders Manchester United losing a second successive match and Liverpool thumping Aston Villa 5-0 to close the gap at the top to one point. Barcelona maintained their six-point lead in Spain, while a double from Zlatan Ibrahimovic ensured Inter Milan stayed seven points clear in Serie A.
Celtic beat Rangers at IbroxRediff.com28 Dec 2008
Celtic took a firm stride towards winning the Scottish Premier League for the fourth successive season when they beat Glasgow rivals Rangers 1-0 at Ibrox on Saturday to extend their lead to seven points.
Indian leads breakthrough in cancer treatmentRediff.com28 May 2008
A Goa-born surgeon, researching and teaching at the Dundee University in Scotland, has pioneered a new method for the early detection of breast cancer. Jayant Vaidya, senior lecturer and consultant surgeon at the university, is a leading member of a team of surgeons that discovered that malignant tumours remain cold when surrounding breast tissue is heated to about 20 degrees Celsius.Experts hope the discovery will make it easier for docs to determine if a lump is cancerous.
Celtic win Scottish Premier LeagueRediff.com23 May 2008
Celtic completed a remarkable recovery to win the Scottish Premier League title for the third season in a row after a 1-0 win at Dundee United on Thursday. They finished three points clear of Rangers, who lost 2-0 at Aberdeen and had substitute Nacho Novo sent off, having trailed their Glasgow arch-rivals by seven points only last month.
Rangers win Scottish League CupRediff.com17 Mar 2008
Substitute striker Kris Boyd produced a sparkling performance to help Rangers beat Dundee United 3-2 in a penalty shootout and lift the League Cup on Sunday.
A cup of tea can help you fight diabetesRediff.com3 Mar 2008
The finding is based on the discovery of black tea's ingredients that mimic the action of the hormone insulin, which is deficient in people with diabetes.
Gold: The most happening commodity in 2008Rediff.com3 Jan 2008
Gold bugs celebrated the immediate returns, and remain confident the returns will continue throughout 2008 - but some near-term volatility may be in the books.
Henry has big plans at BarcelonaRediff.com6 Aug 2007
Barcelona striker Thierry Henry has warned the club's league and European rivals that he plans to win everything on offer this season.
Ronaldinho double gives Barca 3-1 win over HeatsRediff.com29 Jul 2007
Ronaldinho scored twice as Barcelona wrapped up their Scottish pre-season tour with a convincing 3-1 win over Hearts before a record 57,857 home crowd on Saturday.
Henry scores on Barcelona debut at Dundee UnitedRediff.com27 Jul 2007
Thierry Henry scored the winner on his Barcelona debut on Thursday when the Spanish side beat Dundee United 1-0 in a pre-season friendly at Tannadice.
Henry feeling rusty after first Barca kick-aroundRediff.com25 Jul 2007
Barcelona striker Thierry Henry has admitted to feeling a little rusty after being involved in his first kick-around in five months during pre-season training with his new club.
Are you obese? Here's hope for you!Rediff.com13 Apr 2007
Scientists from the Peninsula Medical School in Exeter and the University of Oxford, who conducted the study, say that people with two copies of the FTO gene variant have a 70 per cent higher risk of being obese than those without it.
Want a UK degree?Rediff.com7 Nov 2006
The University of Abertay Dundee, United Kingdom, invites applications for its wide range of post-graduate and undergraduate courses.
Penpix of Trinidad & Tobago's World Cup squadRediff.com26 May 2006
Trinidad & Tobago's squad for the World Cup finals in Germany comprises the following 23 players:
The 23-man team lists for the 2006 World CupRediff.com16 May 2006
e 23-man lists of the 32 teams for the 2006 football World Cup after the May 15 deadline to confirm squads ended on Monday.
Rangers beat HibernianRediff.com3 May 2006
Rangers kept their Champions League hopes alive with a 2-1 win in the Scottish Premier League.