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Hockey PIX: India women shock Australia to make semis

Hockey PIX: India women shock Australia to make semis

Rediff.com2 Aug 2021

Hockey: India v Australia, QF

Hold Still: UK lockdown caught on camera

Hold Still: UK lockdown caught on camera

Rediff.com16 Sep 2020

After months of anticipation (and 31,000 submissions from the British public), the Britain's Duchess of Cambridge's final selection of images for Hold Still is available to view on the National Portrait Gallery's website. Designed to "capture and document the spirit, the mood, the hopes, the fears and the feelings of the nation" during lockdown, the project brings together 100 moving amateur shots of everything from at-home haircuts to make-shift classrooms; exhausted NHS staffers on duty to dedicated postmen in superhero costumes; pensioners FaceTiming with their grandchildren to mothers cradling their newborn babies. Below, see 22 remarkable images from Hold Still - then head to the The National Portrait Gallery website for the full exhibition.

Woman becomes 1st Sikh to graduate from US military academy

Woman becomes 1st Sikh to graduate from US military academy

Rediff.com13 Jun 2020

A second-generation immigrant born and raised in Roswell, Georgia, Narang had an early appreciation for military service due to her maternal grandfather's career in the Indian Army.

5 Indian Americans to spearhead Republican outreach to community

5 Indian Americans to spearhead Republican outreach to community

Rediff.com20 Mar 2014

Five longtime Republicans -- K V Kumar, Puneet Ahluwalia, Suhail Khan, Ajay Kuntamukkala and Harry Walia -- have been named to the GOP's Asian Pacific American Advisory Council.

Suarez goal raises issue of sporting honesty

Suarez goal raises issue of sporting honesty

Rediff.com8 Jan 2013

Never far from controversy during his career, Liverpool striker Luis Suarez's winner in an FA Cup match on Sunday re-ignited the morality debate in sport -- should the honesty card be played in the heat of battle?

Suarez goal raises issue of sporting honesty

Suarez goal raises issue of sporting honesty

Rediff.com8 Jan 2013

Never far from controversy during his career, Liverpool striker Luis Suarez's winner in an FA Cup match on Sunday re-ignited the morality debate in sport -- should the honesty card be played in the heat of battle?

British newspapers condemn England team

British newspapers condemn England team

Rediff.com28 Jun 2010

British newspapers were unsparing in their condemnation of the England soccer team after they were defeated 4-1 by Germany in the second round of the World Cup in Bloemfontein on Sunday.

New Zealand judge to hear Harbhajan appeal

New Zealand judge to hear Harbhajan appeal

Rediff.com9 Jan 2008

John Hansen has been appointed as commissioner to hear India spinner Harbhajan Singh's code of conduct appeal, the International Cricket Council said on Wednesday.

Fletcher under fire for miserable performances

Fletcher under fire for miserable performances

Rediff.com16 Dec 2006

England coach Duncan Fletcher, a hero last year when his team regained the Ashes, was blamed on Saturday for their miserable performances on the current tour of Australia.

Ashes debacle slammed by British media

Ashes debacle slammed by British media

Rediff.com6 Dec 2006

"England lose the test that no one could lose," said the back page of The Sun newspaper.

Firms urged to sharpen skill sets

Firms urged to sharpen skill sets

Rediff.com27 Feb 2004

Hunt is on for best Jimmy Savile lookalikes

Hunt is on for best Jimmy Savile lookalikes

Rediff.com19 Aug 2003

The competition will be held during the fourth Test between England and South Africa at Headingley.

Helen fears for her life

Helen fears for her life

Rediff.com12 Aug 2003

The woman who accused Warne of harassment said she has received threatening phone calls telling her to keep quiet about the saga and fears for her life.