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PICS: Liverpool, Arsenal score easy wins

PICS: Liverpool, Arsenal score easy wins

Rediff.com7 days ago

Images from Saturday's action in the Premier League.

Chinese Chequers on LAC is Not for the Faint-hearted

Chinese Chequers on LAC is Not for the Faint-hearted

Rediff.com13 Aug 2021

The Indian Army has shown it can face down the PLA, but is too often held back by a political leadership that lacks boldness, asserts Ajai Shukla.

Dalai Lama's heir has to be approved by Beijing: China

Dalai Lama's heir has to be approved by Beijing: China

Rediff.com21 May 2021

China on Friday said that any successor to the present Dalai Lama should be approved by it, ruling out recognition to any heir nominated by him or by his followers.

The First Great Indian Cricketer

The First Great Indian Cricketer

Rediff.com26 Sep 2019

One cricketer made all the difference when the first All India cricket team toured England in 1911. Baloo Palwankar startled the English with his guile and genius.

12 awesome photos that will leave you stunned

12 awesome photos that will leave you stunned

Rediff.com6 Jul 2015

Top moments from around the world in the week that was.

Will he, won't he?

Will he, won't he?

Rediff.com4 Jul 2015

In-form Steven Smith primed to seize Ashes moment.

Can India crack the Russian market?

Can India crack the Russian market?

Rediff.com28 Dec 2014

Trade sanctions on Russia by Europe and the US offer an opportunity for India, but the devaluation of the rouble may play spoilsport

REWIND: 15 stunning moments of the week that was

REWIND: 15 stunning moments of the week that was

Rediff.com10 Nov 2014

Here is a recap of all the big events that shaped the world last week.

Modern cricket is poorer with Anandji Dossa passing into the ages

Modern cricket is poorer with Anandji Dossa passing into the ages

Rediff.com24 Sep 2014

Blessed with a computer-like brain and an elephantine memory, Anandji Dossa was a pioneer in compiling cricket statistics and scores. Haresh Pandya pays tribute to the modest stats-man, who has passed into the ages.

The real threat to India's democracy

The real threat to India's democracy

Rediff.com7 Apr 2014

'If one observes a common man passing a church or gurdwara or dargah, he instinctively bows his head. It is this prevalence of polytheism that has ensured that monotheists and minorities flourish in India. This may sound preposterous in wake of the recent communal clashes in Muzaffarnagar. But it must be understood that in a county of over one billion people that was at worst an aberration,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).

Meteorite strikes county match

Meteorite strikes county match

Rediff.com26 Jul 2010

The sparse crowd watching a regular county match was treated to an out of the world experience, quite literally, when a 4.5 billion years old meteorite came hurtling towards the ground. According to a report in The Daily Telegraph, the rock, was a few inches long and up to 4.5 billion years old.

Corruption concerns surface in Twenty20 game

Corruption concerns surface in Twenty20 game

Rediff.com30 Apr 2010

A police investigation into suspected 'match irregularities' at Essex county cricket club has stirred unwelcome memories of the match-fixing scandal which rocked the sport a decade ago. The investigation follows rumours of match-fixing in the second Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament staged in South Africa last year and was announced shortly before the third Twenty20 World Cup opens in the Caribbean on Friday.

How India, China can mastermind the Asian century

How India, China can mastermind the Asian century

Rediff.com5 Jan 2010

Colonel Anil A Athale (retd) says that Sino-Indian cooperation at the Copenhagen climate summit is the sign of things to come.

Homes of the world's richest

Homes of the world's richest

Rediff.com18 Mar 2009

Where the super-rich, like Gates, Buffett and Jobs, rest their heads.

Afghan cricket short on cash, full of hope

Afghan cricket short on cash, full of hope

Rediff.com19 Nov 2007

Short of funds but bursting with confidence, Afghanistan's cricket team is itching to take on the best in the world.

Tea, world's 2nd most popular beverage

Tea, world's 2nd most popular beverage

Rediff.com5 Jul 2007

It is estimated that somewhere between 18 and 20 billion 6 oz. cups of tea are drunk daily on our planet.

'India dislikes being told what to do'

'India dislikes being told what to do'

Rediff.com26 Jul 2006

'There is no doubt that the US would like all their friends to agree with them. We are not in the habit of doing that,' says former diplomat Arundhati Ghose.

Mongia cracks 164 for Leicestershire

Mongia cracks 164 for Leicestershire

Rediff.com15 Aug 2005

Dinesh Mongia blasted his way to 164 off 191 balls, studded with 26 fours and three sixes in a County Championship match.

The Ashes through time

The Ashes through time

Rediff.com20 Jul 2005

Jacket @ Rs 1.7 lakh; shoes @ 40K!

Jacket @ Rs 1.7 lakh; shoes @ 40K!

Rediff.com30 Apr 2005

The Manchurian Candidate

The Manchurian Candidate

Rediff.com25 Oct 2004

Today Iraq ! Tomorrow the World !

Today Iraq ! Tomorrow the World !

Rediff.com27 Mar 2003

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