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California to Mumbai: Inspiring Ganeshas!Rediff.com15 Sep 2021
Rediff readers tell us how they are celebrating Ganeshotsav this year.
46 killed in floods triggered by Hurricane Ida in USRediff.com3 Sep 2021
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said that the majority of the deaths have occurred as people, who were caught in their car, and were 'overtaken by the water'.
NYC's Times Square sees unfurling of biggest Indian tricolourRediff.com17 Aug 2021
The iconic Times Square in New York City, reverberating with the chants of 'Vande Mataram' and 'Bharat Mata ki Jai', was on Sunday drenched in hues of saffron, white and green as the biggest Indian tricolour was unfurled at the popular destination to mark the 75th anniversary of India's Independence Day.
UEFA tells Ukraine to remove 'political' slogan from Euro kitRediff.com10 Jun 2021
Ukraine had said the shirt was a symbol of national unity, and President Volodymyr Zelenskiy posted a selfie on Instagram with the jersey on this week.
Indian couple found dead in US after 4-yr-old seen cryingRediff.com9 Apr 2021
An Indian couple was found dead at their home in the United States after neighbours saw their four-year-old daughter crying alone in the balcony of their house, family sources said.
'I am an outcast in Bollywood'Rediff.com10 Feb 2021
'The idea is to sideline you, box you up in a smaller box, so you don't go out of that.' 'The bigger boxes are for their own people.'
Osaka becomes owner of US soccer clubRediff.com29 Jan 2021
Osaka was named Forbes' highest-paid female athlete in May last year when she surpassed Serena Williams, raking in $37.4 million in prize money and endorsements over 12 months.
Desecration of Gandhi's statue appalling: White House press secyRediff.com16 Dec 2020
A violent group of Khalistani separatists on Saturday desecrated Mahatma Gandhi's statue outside the Indian embassy in Washington during a demonstration by Sikh-American youths in support of farmers protesting against the recently enacted agriculture laws in India.
Khalistan supporters vandalise Mahatma's statue in USRediff.com13 Dec 2020
The Indian embassy condemned the "mischievous act" by hooligans masquerading as protesters.
Trump or Biden? America votes to elect 46th PresidentRediff.com4 Nov 2020
Amidst a resurgent COVID-19 pandemic, nearly 100 million people have already cast their ballots in early voting, putting the country on course for its highest turnout in a century. Some 239 million people are eligible to vote this year.
Modi factor driving Indian Americans towards Trump: SurveyRediff.com24 Sep 2020
In many must-win battleground states, Indian Americans comprise a substantial and potentially decisive share of the electorate: 190,000 potential voters in Florida, 120,000 in Michigan, 170,000 in Pennsylvania, 150,000 in Georgia, 110,000 in North Carolina, 165,000 in Virginia, and nearly 470,000 in Texas.
Geneticist Raj Barathur passes into the agesRediff.com27 Aug 2020
Raj Barathur -- Indian American entrepreneur, geneticist, professor and biopharmaceutical industry leader -- stayed the course even when diagnosed with lung cancer
PIX: California to Kerala, Ganesha adds colour, joyRediff.com26 Aug 2020
Rediff readers tell us how they are celebrating Ganeshotsav.
PIX: What will US athletes' protests look like?Rediff.com22 Jul 2020
The protest movement sparked by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in 2016 has picked up steam, extending beyond the NFL, in the aftermath of the June death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis.
'China sought to redraw Asia's map without regard for neighbours'Rediff.com15 Jul 2020
The international community must be clear that such a behaviour is unacceptable, a top US senator said.
Football Focus: MLS players raise fists, take a kneeRediff.com9 Jul 2020
Toronto FC's Justin Morrow, executive director of the Black Players for Change organization, said MLS players wanted to add their voices to the movement.
COVID-19 death toll in US could hit 2,00,000-mark by SeptRediff.com11 Jun 2020
Ashish Jha, the head of Harvard's Global Health Institute, said the 200,000 death toll is "not just a guess". Currently 800-1000 people are dying daily in America from the virus and all data suggest that the situation is going to get worse.
Thousands protest across US major cities defying curfewRediff.com3 Jun 2020
African-American George Floyd's death on May 25 has sparked civil unrest that has since spread nationwide.
How Floyd Cardoz redefined Indian cuisineRediff.com24 Apr 2020
A month ago, on March 25, Floyd Cardoz, chef extraordinaire, passed into the ages, a victim of coronavirus. Ranjita Ganesan remembers the culinary genius.
The rise and mighty fall of Rana KapoorRediff.com6 Apr 2020
'What made him different was that he was not a banker at all by temperament.' 'He was a businessman, a typical lalaji at that.' 'He had to win at any cost.'
COVID-19: Indian-Americans raise funds for relief workRediff.com30 Mar 2020
SEWA International, a leading Indian-American non-profit organisation, has so far raised more than $250,000 for its COVID-19 relief efforts. It is using the money to buy personal protective equipment's, in particular facial masks and surgical masks, to donate free to the local law enforcement officials and hospitals in some of the hot spot areas like New York, who have run out of these essential items.
Over 1,000 deaths and 65,000 COVID-19 cases in USRediff.com26 Mar 2020
In addition to declaring a national emergency, US President Trump has approved major disaster declarations for New York, California, Washington, Iowa, Louisiana, North Carolina, Texas and Florida.
India reports 2nd coronavirus death, several states in shutdown modeRediff.com13 Mar 2020
The Union Health ministry put the number of positive cases at 82, eight more since Thursday night, which includes the woman and a 76-year-old man from Karnataka who became the country's first coronavirus fatality besides 17 foreign nationals, Health Ministry officials said.
'Everyone wants Ganguly to continue for a long time'Rediff.com2 Dec 2019
'We need to respect our players. Our players are as good as anybody.'
How a bus conductor is driving her son's cricket dreamsRediff.com18 Sep 2019
Until September 14, Vaidehi Ankolekar was a bus conductor on Mumbai's famed BEST buses. Now, she is known nationwide as the mother of India's latest cricketing hero. That Saturday, her son Atharva bowled India to the Asia Cup Under-19 title.
Toronto Raptors NBA victory bash marred by shootingRediff.com18 Jun 2019
The shooting interrupted an otherwise peaceful, six-hour bash that only began to clear out in the late afternoon.
Euro qualifiers PIX: Big wins for Spain, PolandRediff.com11 Jun 2019
IMAGES from the 2020 Euro Qualifiers played on Monday
'Wayanad will be Rahul's Waterloo'Rediff.com15 Apr 2019
Unlike the LDF and NDA nominees who are at ground zero and campaigning hard every day, the Congress candidate's campaign is undertaken in absentia, dependent on an army of local and imported from the rest of Kerala Congresswomen and men.
Football Extras: Real-Atletico to play ICC match in USARediff.com28 Mar 2019
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field
Sports Shorts: Nike panned after basketball star's shoe splitsRediff.com22 Feb 2019
Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Friday
Sports Shorts: Mary Kom to hit your TV screens soonRediff.com21 Feb 2019
Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Thursday
129 Indians among 130 students arrested in US immigration fraudRediff.com2 Feb 2019
Foreign students knowingly enrolled in the fake school to falsely maintain their student visa status and remain in the US, according to prosecutors.
Tanushree Dutta: '#MeToo will never die'Rediff.com22 Nov 2018
'Because of the impact the movement has had, people will think twice before misbehaving because you don't know who will turn out to be another Tanushree Dutta.'
61-year-old Indian gunned down by teenager in USRediff.com18 Nov 2018
The accused was charged with murder, felony murder, robbery, carjacking, unlawful possession of a handgun and possession of a handgun for unlawful purpose.
What was Xi Jinping's confidant doing in India?Rediff.com29 Oct 2018
Important for Chinese President Xi Jinping will be Zhao's discussions on the issues of Tibet and the Dalai Lama and his assessment of the likely results of India's coming national elections, notes former senior RA&W officer and China expert Jayadeva Ranade.
The lady behind the Sanju and Fanney Khan looksRediff.com8 Aug 2018
'Sanjay Dutt was a very stylish person. He created his own style; he did not follow trends.' 'He wasn't a tapori, he was grand.' 'Also, whatever he wore, reflected what was going on in his life.'
Japan's World Cup win over Colombia lifts mood after quakeRediff.com20 Jun 2018
Japan basked in the glow of its World Cup soccer team's historic win over Colombia, a victory that has lifted the nation's mood after an earthquake struck its second-biggest metropolis Osaka.
US, Mexico, Canada to jointly host 2026 World CupRediff.com13 Jun 2018
The North American bid beat the rival Morocco proposal, winning 134 votes to 65 for Morocco.
Why this chaiwala has painted his house in Argentina colours...Rediff.com10 Jun 2018
The street leading up to his tea stall cum house is dotted with Argentina flags while a giant one flutters high making its presence felt.
PIX: Kareena goes to the gym, Ranveer picks footballRediff.com5 Apr 2018
Best friends work out together, sisters bond, father-son spend quality time...