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The fall and rise of political dynastiesRediff.com15 Dec 2015
Why, centuries after the French Revolution promised an end to feudalism, do political dynasties persist -- even in democracies, asks Ajit Balakrishnan.
Aussies back on top after Chanderpaul fallsRediff.com18 Apr 2012
Shivnarine Chanderpaul fell agonisingly short of a century before Australian spinner Nathan Lyon destroyed the West Indian lower order to hand the momentum back to the visitors on the third day of the second Test on Tuesday.
Gayle not in Windies squad, board to meet Jamaica PMRediff.com2 Mar 2012
Former West Indies captain Chris Gayle has been left out of their preliminary squad for the limited overs series against Australia in the Caribbean as the Jamaican's row with the regional cricket board rumbles on.
Sammy promises "fearless" display against IndiaRediff.com5 Nov 2011
West Indies captain Darren Sammy on Saturday promised a "fearless" display in the three-test series against India, which he labelled as his team's biggest challenge to date.
Barath back for 5th ODI but Gayle ignored againRediff.com15 Jun 2011
Fit-again opener Adrian Barath made his way in but the explosive Chris Gayle was once again left out of the 13-member West Indies squad for the fifth and final one-dayer against India in Jamaica on Thursday.
Depleted India face off against struggling WindiesRediff.com3 Jun 2011
They might be without key senior players but even a second-string India would be hard to stop for the struggling West Indies when the two sides clash in a one-off Twenty20 match in Port of Spain on Saturday.
How The Happening came to M Night ShyamalanRediff.com9 Jun 2008
His films are loved and hated in equal measure -- but since he broke out with the 1999 blockbuster The Sixth Sense, Hollywood has been unable to ignore M Night Shyamalan's unique cinematic vision. On the eve of the release -- on a Friday the 13th, naturally enough -- of The Happening, Night speaks about scaring people while finding a voice.
Jeev finishes tied-sixthRediff.com17 Dec 2006
Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee ended a frustrating 22-month winless run by lifting the season-ending Volvo Masters of Asia title.
Kapur, Randhawa finish top twoRediff.com9 Dec 2005
Jeev records best by IndianRediff.com4 Dec 2005
Randhawa tied 11th in Hong Kong OpenRediff.com2 Dec 2005
Jyoti Randhawa was the best-placed of five Indians who made the cut at the Hong Kong Open.
Team Kerry closing in on BushRediff.com7 Oct 2004
Rahil Gangjee leads Volkswagen MastersRediff.com30 Apr 2004
The 25-year-old Indian displayed superb putting to lead at the halfway stage of the US $300,000 tournament.
Singapore's Mamat wins Indian Open golfRediff.com28 Mar 2004
Mukesh Kumar was the best-placed Indian golfer at tied fifth position.
Four share lead in Indian Open golfRediff.com26 Mar 2004
Mexico's Pablo del Olmo jointed overnight leader Keith Horne of South Africa, Thaworn Wiratchant of Thailand and Mardan Mamat of Singapore in the lead.\n\n\n\n
Horne equals course recordRediff.com25 Mar 2004
The South African golfer emerged sole leader after the first round in the Indian Open.
Mel's passion sets the BO on fireRediff.com26 Feb 2004
2 Fast 2 Furious opens at No 1Rediff.com9 Jun 2003
Johl leaps to 10th placeRediff.com5 May 2003
The Indian ace swelled his earnings on the the Asian PGA Tour Order of Merit to US$62,931.
Arjun Singh joins Kamps at the topRediff.com7 Dec 2002
The ace Indian golfer, chasing his first victory on the Davidoff Tour, fired a four-under-par 68 to join the South African at the top of theleaderboard in the Volvo Masters of Asia.