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17 Indo-Canadians triumph as Trudeau returns to power sans majorityRediff.com5 days ago
Seventeen Indo-Canadians, including NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, won Canada's parliamentary elections on Tuesday with Liberal Party leader and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau returning to power in the snap polls.
US Open PICS: Osaka, Halep, Rublev advance; Cilic retiresRediff.com31 Aug 2021
IMAGES from the US Open matches played on Day 1 at the Flushing Meadows in New York on Monday.
Tokyo Olympics: Yen for Losing MoneyRediff.com28 Jul 2021
Atanu Biswas explains the economics behind hosting a Games in pandemic times.
COVID: 'Treatment gets very challenging'Rediff.com23 Jul 2021
'When you are on these drugs, there is a possibility that you come to the hospital late, just by virtue of the fact that you believe that things are going to turn around, because you are on all these medicines.'
Received Both Doses? Be Careful PleaseRediff.com23 Jul 2021
'You will still want to take all the necessary precautions, which is the right thing to do.'
Naomi Osaka to play at US OpenRediff.com21 Jul 2021
Naomi Osaka will defend her title at the US Open, organisers said on Wednesday, after she withdrew from this year's French Open and Wimbledon on mental health grounds.
'You don't need any of these 10 drugs'Rediff.com19 Jul 2021
'The vast majority of people are going to get better.' 'And the small fraction, who are not going to get better, unfortunately, there's no drug that we have that can that can alter the trajectory.'
What's the Price of A Life?Rediff.com29 Jun 2021
Based on whether you choose the aviation, Bhopal or LIC numbers, and on the official death toll (in the absence of any other verifiable number), the value of human lives lost in the pandemic would range from Rs 16,500 crore to Rs 94,000 crore, explains T N Ninan.
When Milkha Singh chatted with Rediff ReadersRediff.com19 Jun 2021
The transcript of the Milkha Singh Rediff Chat.
Henry to work for Belgium at EurosRediff.com31 May 2021
Benzema, who has scored 30 goals in all competitions for Real Madrid this season, has not played for France since 2015 after a blackmailing scandal over which he faces a trial in October.
Turkey drops off F1 calendar, Austria gets second raceRediff.com14 May 2021
Formula One said Turkish GP organisers had asked the sport to consider holding the race later in the season, should that be possible.
IOC President Bach wins unopposed second term to 2025Rediff.com10 Mar 2021
Presidents can serve two terms -- a first term of eight years and a second of four if re-elected.
Boxer Leon Spinks, who shocked Muhammad Ali, dies at 67Rediff.com7 Feb 2021
Spinks' aggressive style and superior stamina allowed him to outduel Ali in a 15-round split decision, becoming the first boxer to take the title from Ali in the ring.
Ready to serve: Harris' first tweet as US Vice PresidentRediff.com21 Jan 2021
Harris, the 49th US Vice President, will serve as the deputy of President Joe Biden, 78, who also took the oath of office, becoming the 46th US President.
Kamala Harris sworn in as America's first woman vice presidentRediff.com20 Jan 2021
Harris, the daughter of an Indian immigrant from Chennai, scripted history by becoming the first-ever woman Vice President of the United States. She is also the first female, first Black and first South Asian American vice president.
Formula One postpones Australian GP, China uncertainRediff.com12 Jan 2021
Australia was given a new date of Nov. 21 for the race in Melbourne.
Barty, Serena lead field at Australian Open warm-upsRediff.com7 Jan 2021
On the men's side, the fields have already been divided into two ATP 250 tournaments.
IOC President Bach runs unopposed to stay on until 2025Rediff.com1 Dec 2020
Presidents are limited to two terms in office under the rules of the Olympic body. The length of the first presidential term is eight years with re-election securing another four years in office.
Medvedev rallies to claim ATP Finals titleRediff.com23 Nov 2020
Medvedev became only the fourth player in ATP history to beat the world's top three at the same tournament.
Kamala Harris as vice president was long overdue: BidenRediff.com8 Nov 2020
The 56-year-old Democratic Senator from California, who on Saturday became America's first female, first Black and first South Asian vice president-elect, represents a new face of political power.
Meet America's new vice president: Kamala HarrisRediff.com7 Nov 2020
Kamala Harris is now the first woman, the first Black American and the first Asian American to hold the country's second highest office, and is now in a strong position to run for the top job four years from now.
'Olympic Games cannot be marketplace of demonstrations'Rediff.com24 Oct 2020
World Athletics chief Sebastian Coe said earlier this month he believes athletes should have the right to make gestures of political protest during the Games, contrary to official IOC policy.
Kamala Harris, the perfect foil for BidenRediff.com14 Aug 2020
'There is room for cautious optimism following the Harris anointment that America will return this year to more normal politics after the aberration of the Trump presidency,' points out Shreekant Sambrani.
Joe Biden names Indian-American Kamala Harris as running mateRediff.com12 Aug 2020
By naming the 55-year-old lawyer and politician from California as his running mate, Biden made history by selecting the first Black woman to compete on a major party's presidential ticket. If elected she would be the first ever women to be the vice president of the US and the first ever Indian-American and African vice president of the country.
Kamala Harris: The inspiring story of many firstsRediff.com12 Aug 2020
Harris is known for many firsts. She has been a county district attorney; the district attorney for San Francisco -- the first woman and first African-American and Indian-origin to be elected to the position.
Puri visits crash site, announces interim reliefRediff.com8 Aug 2020
He also assured the kin of victims that steps would be taken to get them compensation in line with an international convention of International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). Taking stock of the crash of the Dubai-Kozhikode AIE flight in Kozhikode and the relief measures, the minister said pilot in-command of the plane, Captain Deepak Vasant Sathe, among those killed in the accident, was one of the most experienced commanders with more than 10,000 flying hours.
Indian hockey's GOLDEN evening in MoscowRediff.com31 Jul 2020
'The feeling that we were Olympic champions only dawned on us when we reached India.'
July 29, 1980: When 'The Babes of Indian Hockey' struck gold in MoscowRediff.com29 Jul 2020
Hockey greats Vasudevan Baskaran, M M Somaya and Mervyn Fernandis relive India's gold medal-winning campaign at the Moscow Olympics in 1980.
Hamilton aims for another F1 record in HungaryRediff.com15 Jul 2020
Red Bull's Max Verstappen will be doing all he can to stop six-times world champion Lewis Hamilton completing a Mercedes hat-trick and matching another of Michael Schumacher's Formula One records in Hungary this weekend.
Henry kneels for 8 minutes, 46 seconds at MLS gameRediff.com10 Jul 2020
Montreal Impact manager Thierry Henry took a knee for eight minutes and 46 seconds at the start of their Major League Soccer game against New England on Thursday to show his support for the campaign against social injustice. Henry, who also wore a T-shirt with the slogan 'Black Lives Matter', took a knee inside his technical area at kick-off in memory of George Floyd, a Black man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for the same amount of time.
Enough is enough, Henry on racismRediff.com3 Jun 2020
'Why is this still happening in 2020? Why do the same racists applaud any ethnic minority who plays for the team they support but abuse the same minorities on the street?'
ATP, WTA and ITF extend suspensions due to COVID-19Rediff.com15 May 2020
ATP events in Hamburg, Bastad, Newport, Los Cabos, Gstaad, Umag, Atlanta and Kitzbuhel will not go ahead as scheduled.
Discus thrower Kumari gets four-year ban for dope flunkRediff.com2 May 2020
Her four-year ban, announced by WADA on Friday night, will begin from June 26, 2018 -- the date of her sample collection.
Coronavirus: Austria to host delayed season's first F1 raceRediff.com27 Apr 2020
The first race at the Red Bull Ring would be on the July 3-5 weekend.
Djokovic opposes compulsory coronavirus vaccinationRediff.com20 Apr 2020
"Personally I am opposed to vaccination and I wouldn't want to be forced by someone to take a vaccine in order to be able to travel," Djokovic said in a live Facebook chat with several fellow Serbian athletes.
On this Day: Azhar-led India won fourth Asia Cup titleRediff.com14 Apr 2020
It was exactly 25 years when Mohammad Azharuddin-led India got the better of Sri Lanka in the final to win their fourth Asia Cup title, at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, on April 14, 1995.
Coronavirus: 1975 Hockey World Cup winner Diwan stranded in USRediff.com9 Apr 2020
Veteran Olympian, Ashok Diwan has sought government help to return home after 'developing some health problems in the USA'.
'There may be no more tennis this year'Rediff.com2 Apr 2020
All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) chief executive Richard Lewis said he hoped the situation will stabilise in the coming months to allow the hardcourt season to get underway before the US Open begins on Aug. 24.
When the Olympics was boycotted or cancelledRediff.com24 Mar 2020
Canada and Australia said they would not be sending athletes to the Tokyo Olympics if the Games went ahead as scheduled in July and August this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Here is a list of previous cancellations, boycotts and changes of venues of the Summer and Winter games.
Will Formula One race at all in 2020?Rediff.com24 Mar 2020
Formula One expects to run a shortened season of 15-18 Grands Prix once racing can resume after the coronavirus pandemic, hopefully during the European summer, chairman and chief executive Chase Carey said on Monday. The original 2020 calendar had a record 22 races but the season has yet to start with the first eight postponed or cancelled and more likely to be called off.