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Tokyo spectator ban leaves Olympic athletes perplexedRediff.com19 Jul 2021
Japanese organisers have decided to ban spectators from venues of the Olympics
J.League player tests positive for COVID-19Rediff.com3 Jun 2020
Kanazaki's positive test comes less than a week after the J.League announced plans to restart the campaign on July 4
What Lessons can India Learn from Japan?Rediff.com8 Apr 2020
'Both India and Japan can find themselves in a win-win situation if they draw some lessons from each other's strengths,' says Dr Rajaram Panda.
How the world is racing to contain CoronavirusRediff.com5 Mar 2020
When the novel coronavirus outbreak hit China in late December and January, the government sprang into crisis mode. Hard-hit cities like Wuhan, where the outbreak began, went into complete lockdown. Millions worked from home or self-quarantined for weeks on end. New hospitals were built in a matter of days to treat the sheer number of patients. People who broke quarantine rules or lied about their travel history were detained. Soon, the virus spread over the globe, with many countries banning movement of citizens to some ordering sanitisation of public spaces. Take a look.
Football Extras: Villa scores first goal in JapanRediff.com2 Mar 2019
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field
India's 10 fastest growing cities; Surat topsRediff.com7 Dec 2018
Besides Surat, which will also be the world's fastest growing city during 2019-35, the other nine cities are Agra, Bengaluru Hyderabad, Nagpur, Tiruppur, Rajkot, Tiruchirappalli, Chennai and Vijayawada.
Football Briefs: Iniesta on way to Japanese club Vissel KobeRediff.com23 May 2018
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field.
Factbox: Arsenal manager Arsene WengerRediff.com20 Apr 2018
Here are some key facts about Wenger:
Day 10: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter OlympicsRediff.com19 Feb 2018
Day 11: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
See the world through a microscopeRediff.com18 Oct 2017
The winning photos of this year's Nikon annual Small World Photomicrography Competition.
China's big bucks luring soccer's talentRediff.com10 Feb 2017
Carlos Tevez is getting paid 615,000 a week at Shanghai Shenhua, making him the world's best-paid player. His salary is now more than Cristiano Ronaldo's and Lionel Messi's!
World's oldest man dies at 112 in JapanRediff.com19 Jan 2016
Koide died on Tuesday at a hospital in Nagoya, central Japan, where he had been treated for chronic heart problems.
Solar Impulse suspends world tour after battery damageRediff.com15 Jul 2015
The ambitious dream of flying the solar-powered plane, Solar Impulse around the world faced a major setback on Wednesday.
World's 10 fastest trainsRediff.com22 Apr 2015
Japan now boasts of having the world's fastest train.
10 cities most threatened by natural disasters; Kolkata ranks 7Rediff.com29 Oct 2014
About 17.9 million people's life is at risk.
World's largest, busiest and highest railway stationsRediff.com6 May 2014
Nagoya Station in Japan has the world's tallest railway station building.
'High speed trains can boost India's growth'Rediff.com12 Mar 2014
Linking India's growth to high-speed trains, chief of a Japanese rail company said quicker movement will help the country in realising its ambition of pushing development and progress.
Nestle's cumin extract patent bid raises hacklesRediff.com8 Jan 2014
Company claims new use for kala jeera extract, provoking alarmed campaigners here and abroad; says reaction not based on facts.
4 Indian cities among Top 20 headed for DISASTER!Rediff.com20 Aug 2013
Researchers seem to have found out which cities across the globe face the highest risk from coastal flooding.
Father of Prius hybrid to become Toyota chairmanRediff.com22 Jan 2013
Boardroom shuffle in Toyota may lead Takeshi Uchiyamada to become chirman, speculate executives.
Japan new market for footaball talent, says WengerRediff.com4 Jan 2013
Having seen the well of talent dry up in France, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has identified Japan as an emerging market to find new players for his Premier League side.
Infosys launches 'India in a Box' for Japanese cosRediff.com19 Nov 2012
The product will enalble Japanese companies to jumpstart their business operations in India in a short time.
Rich-poor divide comes to fore at biodiversity meetRediff.com20 Oct 2012
As a compromise formula, India proposed targets could be revised at the subsequent CBD summits, scheduled to be held every 2 years till 2020.
Now, ATMs that scan your hand to shell out cashRediff.com26 Sep 2012
A regional bank in Japan today started operating ATMs for cash withdrawals, deposits and balance inquiries that do not require plastic cards but instead identify account holders by scanning their hands.
Modi's Japan tour begins Sunday, to meet Suzuki top brassRediff.com20 Jul 2012
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will be on a five-day tour to Japan from Sunday to expand business ties with that country and will also meet auto major Maruti Suzuki's top brass, official sources said.
World's 20 most expensive citiesRediff.com13 Jun 2012
When compared to New York, Mercer's benchmark city, most European cities have witnessed a decline in cost of living.
Re fall: Delhi, Mumbai less costly for expatriatesRediff.com12 Jun 2012
Global HR services firm Mercer's survey of 214 cities worldwide has ranked Tokyo as the most expensive, while Karachi is the least costly place for expatriates.
Neymar plays down comparisons with MessiRediff.com9 Dec 2011
Neymar has distanced himself from remarks made by Brazilian great Pele claiming the Santos striker is better than Barcelona's Argentine forward Lionel Messi.
Messi, Neymar included in FIFA anti-doping trialsRediff.com18 Nov 2011
Lionel Messi and Neymar will take part in a new anti-doping program to trial a biological passport in football, FIFA said.
No final pronouncement at Durban expected: RameshRediff.com4 Feb 2011
The minister was addressing a session of Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2011.
China leads in combating climate change: UNRediff.com16 Nov 2010
Two weeks ahead of the annual meet on climate change, to be held in Cancun, Mexico, the UN climate chief observed that there is 'optimism for the planet' since countries are taking climate change seriously at home.
Jairam talks tough before global meetRediff.com18 Oct 2010
Inclusion of human pathogens in biodiversity and the use of derivatives of bio-resources are the non-negotiables for India at the upcoming Convention on Biological Diversity, wherein the country plans to fight for a legally-binding agreement on biodiversity.
McDonald, North axed from Australia squadRediff.com25 May 2010
Scott McDonald was one of three players cut from Australia's preliminary World Cup squad by coach Pim Verbeek on Tuesday.
'Bio resources:India wants legally binding treaty'Rediff.com24 May 2010
May 22 is celebrated as the International Day for Biodiversity.
Woods likely to lose No 1 ranking to MickelsonRediff.com4 May 2010
Tiger Woods's 258-week reign as World No 1 could be ended by fellow American Phil Mickelson on Sunday.
Hyderabad airport ranked world's 5th best!Rediff.com18 Feb 2010
The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) in Hyderabad has been rated world's number one airport in the category of airports handling 5 to 15 million passengers by the Airport Council International.
India to host 11th COP on biodiversity in 2012Rediff.com5 Jan 2010
As a mark of its commitment to biodiversity conservation, India will host the eleventh Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity in October 2012.
India to fight battle over bio-resourcesRediff.com4 Jan 2010
After hectic negotiations over climate change ended at Copenhagen, India is now gearing up to fight a battle to prevent bio-piracy and ensure access to bio-resources and their benefit sharing at Nagoya meet in Japan slated for October.
Tiger poaching: China under the lensRediff.com9 Dec 2009
"The year 2010 is the year of Tiger in China, which will put more pressure on poaching in China," said Jairam Ramesh.
Now every manager arrives on a red carpet: WengerRediff.com1 Oct 2009
Arsene Wenger becomes the longest-serving Arsenal manager on Thursday, celebrating 13 years at the club he has transformed from one of the best in England to one of the best in the world.