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Soccer: Salah 'will be with Liverpool next season'Rediff.com17 hours ago
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane, who is also out of contract at the end of next season, told Sky Sports he would address his future after Saturday's final.
French Open: Tsitsipas, Halep survive scares; Medvedev cruisesRediff.com1 days ago
IMAGES from Day 3 of the 2022 French Open at Roland Garros in Paris on Tuesday.
My IPL 2022 Dream TeamRediff.com2 days ago
Even in a chaotic season like this one, full of upsets and last-ball finishes, there were some players who were consistent throughout the competition and featured heavily in the individual awards.
Modi Has Enormous Curiosity About The WorldRediff.com2 days ago
'From the very start, PM Modi was insistent that visiting foreign leaders should be exposed to an India beyond its capital.' 'Through these experiences, he felt that the full Indian narrative would be much better understood across the world,' explains External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. A riveting excerpt from Bluekraft Digital Foundation's Modi@20: Dreams Meet Delivery.
It's Rafale vs Boeing for INS Vikrant's fightersRediff.com3 days ago
The Indian Navy has decided that the twin-seat Rafale will not be disqualified on the basis of its inability to operate from an aircraft carrier.
EPL PIX: Man City win 4th title in five yearsRediff.com4 days ago
Images from Sunday's English Premier League matches.
Complaint against ex-NRC head for 'anti-national act'Rediff.com5 days ago
Complaints against Prateek Hajela on such issues were raised earlier by others also.
Djokovic, Nadal could meet in French Open quarter-finalsRediff.com6 days ago
He was drawn in the toughest half of the draw with Nadal as well as in-form Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz and world number three Alexander Zverev, who could clash in the last eight.
'I'd have loved to present Pratidwandi at Cannes'Rediff.com7 days ago
'Where Pratidwandi is concerned, there are very few men standing.'
What is Places of Worship Act and what does it sayRediff.com18 May 2022
The Places of Worship Act is 'An Act to prohibit conversion of any place of worship and to provide for the maintenance of the religious character of any place of worship as it existed on the 15th day of August 1947, and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto'.
Madras HC rules on how Iyengar sects may observe Brahmotsavam festivalRediff.com17 May 2022
The Madras high court on Tuesday held that the devotees of Thenkalai sect must be given the first two or three rows inside the Varadaraja Perumal temple in Kanchipuram and behind them the Vadakalai sect, and ordinary devotees shall be permitted to sit in the remaining available space.
IOC posts highest revenue by any Indian co, record profit in FY22Rediff.com17 May 2022
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), the nation's biggest oil firm, on Tuesday reported a 31.4 per cent drop in the fourth quarter net profit as record refining margins were wiped away by a margin squeeze in petrochemicals and losses on auto fuel sales. Standalone net profit of Rs 6,021.88 crore, or Rs 6.56 a share, in January-March, compared with Rs 8,781.30 crore, or Rs 9.56 per share, in the same period a year back, the company said in a stock exchange filing. Sequentially, the profit was higher than Rs 5,860.80 crore in the previous quarter.
MiG 25: The Fighter who Shot DifferentlyRediff.com17 May 2022
'Windows shook and rattled, and the thunderous growl of the engines doused even the sound of our noisy helicopter till such time the plane had lifted itself into the skies and disappeared from view.'
Rags to riches tale of mining mogul Anil AgarwalRediff.com15 May 2022
A reception often reserved for rockstars came the way of mining mogul Anil Agarwal when he started revealing nuggets of his ascent from a scrap-metal dealer to one of India's most prominent self-made industrialists on social media. And now he has been flooded with booking writing proposals and has even been offered money for a biopic. In February this year, Agarwal, 68, started tweeting his journey from Bihar to Mumbai first and then to London to head a globally diversified natural resources company with interests in zinc-lead-silver, iron ore, steel, copper, aluminium, power, oil and gas.
IPL PIX: Punjab Kings demolish RCB to stay aliveRediff.com14 May 2022
Punjab Kings buried Royal Challengers Bangalore under a deluge of runs as they kept their play-off hopes alive with a thumping 54-run victory, riding on superb half-centuries from Jonny Bairstow and Liam Livingstone.
5 held for Mohali attack, link between Babbar Khalsa-ISI bared, says DGPRediff.com13 May 2022
The Punjab Police has arrested five people in connection with the RPG attack at its Mohali office and pointed at the nexus of militant outfit Babbar Khalsa International and Pakistan's spy agency ISI.
Is Doval the reason there's no CDS?Rediff.com13 May 2022
Gen Bipin Rawat's appointment, first as army chief superseding two other army commanders, and then as CDS, was the consequence of his close personal rapport with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. Now, with General Rawat gone and nobody named to replace him as CDS, it is evident that no other top military officer enjoys that relationship with Doval, observes Ajai Shukla.
'I didn't want to quit Ukraine like a coward'Rediff.com11 May 2022
'I want to be with the Ukrainian people and serve those I know here.'
NSE's Colo Case: Will CBI Do What Sebi Didn't?Rediff.com9 May 2022
It is the biggest issue we have ever faced in the securities market, where a sensitive and systemically important institution and first-line regulator was not only exploited by unscrupulous elements but functioned like a private fief, points out Debashis Basu.
The Official Timekeeper Of Beating HeartsRediff.com6 May 2022
If Irrfan could have been our finest professor of empirical philosophy, and Nawaz is our foremost poet of that space halfway between the gutter and the stars, then Jaideep Ahlawat has to be our greatest artist-scientist, asserts Sreehari Nair.
Russian national soccer team, clubs banned from European competitionsRediff.com3 May 2022
Russia's bid to host the Euro 2028 or the Euro 2032 tournaments have also been declared ineligible, the Switzerland-based governing body said.
Nadal, Djokovic slam Wimbledon ban on Russian playersRediff.com2 May 2022
Nadal says Wimbledon ban on Russian and Belarusian players unfair
What To Check Before Studying AbroadRediff.com29 Apr 2022
While most universities and colleges are genuine about what they offer, applicants need to verify the claims to check for authenticity and red flags if any, alerts Piyush Kumar, regional director, (South Asia), IDP Education, an overseas education consultancy.
Deoghar Disaster: IAF's Mission ImpossibleRediff.com29 Apr 2022
'Imagine hanging from a thin steel cable under a helicopter with certain death staring at you below, being pulled up slowly in the din and downwash of the helicopter.' IAF Veteran Air Commodore Nitin Sathe, a helicopter pilot himself, reports on how the air force rescued those trapped in the Deoghar cable cars disaster last fortnight.
Nadal, Federer set to make return at this major eventRediff.com26 Apr 2022
Nadal to make injury return at Madrid Open
Don't know what direction Twitter will go in: CEO Parag AgrawalRediff.com26 Apr 2022
Twitter's India-born CEO Parag Agrawal has told worried employees that he doesn't know "what direction this company will go in" once the whopping $44 billion deal, which will take the social media giant private, closes with new owner billionaire Elon Musk.
Retraining Spicejet pilots to fly Boeing 737 MAXRediff.com22 Apr 2022
It takes only two hours - roughly the time it takes for a plane to fly from Delhi to Mumbai - for a pair of pilots to complete their training on the 737 MAX simulator at Boeing's centre in Noida, the only one of its kind in India. Going by this estimate, all the 90 Spicejet pilots who the civil aviation regulator barred from flying the 737 MAX can be retrained in 90 hours.
Dom's Take: Raj Thackeray's Relevance MantraRediff.com20 Apr 2022
Dominic Xavier offers his take on Raj Thackeray's latest political ploy and wonders if this Thackeray versus Thackeray skit will help the BJP finally achieve its goal of ejecting the Maha Vikas Aghadi government from a state that has largely been insulated from the communal disharmony sweeping across parts of north India.
Strong rebound in India's job market post pandemicRediff.com20 Apr 2022
The job market saw an uptrend in the March quarter (Q1), with job interviews increasing 13.71 per cent quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) to over 30 million, according to Apna.co, India's largest jobs and professional networking platform. It recorded a 42 per cent QoQ growth in its employer base. As a result of the second wave of Covid-19 last year, sectors such as healthcare, delivery, and e-commerce were booming while others had fairly low employment.
Swiatek sends Poland into Billie Jean King Cup finalsRediff.com17 Apr 2022
Poland's red-hot world number one Iga Swiatek did not drop a game in her Saturday singles match against Romania's Andreea Prisacariu, sending Poland through to November's Billie Jean King Cup finals in decisive fashion.
She's 65... and she runs marathons across the worldRediff.com15 Apr 2022
Lata Alimchandani is the first Indian woman over 60 to complete the World Marathon Majors. She's also among the world's elite marathon runners in her age group. But she won't stop running.
Infosys won't work with Russian clients, says Salil ParekhRediff.com13 Apr 2022
India's second-largest software services company Infosys on Wednesday posted 12 per cent year-on-year rise in consolidated net profit at Rs 5,686 crore for March quarter 2021-22. The Bengaluru-based company had registered a net profit (after minority interest) of Rs 5,076 crore in the corresponding period previous year, according to a regulatory filing. Infosys' revenue grew 22.7 per cent to Rs 32,276 crore in the quarter from Rs 26,311 crore in the year-ago period, it added.
Why BPCL divestment is on the slow trackRediff.com12 Apr 2022
In December 2019, the India arm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu surprised many with its ultra-competitive bid to become the transaction advisor for the country's largest strategic divestment in Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL). The multinational major quoted just Rs 1; the second-highest bidder, SBI Caps, reportedly quoted Rs 15-17 crore. For Deloitte, the motivation was to bag a prestigious deal adding a national energy company to its portfolio. No doubt, it expected BPCL to go to a marquee buyer in quick time.
EPL: Big game weekend as City face Liverpool in crunch tieRediff.com8 Apr 2022
Ronaldo back for Man Utd but injured Shaw faces weeks out
Key Congressional committee passes bill to end Green Card capRediff.com8 Apr 2022
A Green Card, known officially as a permanent resident card, is a document issued to immigrants as evidence that the bearer has been granted the privilege of residing permanently in the US.
'People wanted a martyr for AFSPA, but God gave me a life'Rediff.com7 Apr 2022
'The government needs to think if a draconian, outdated and colonial law is needed in a democratic, multi religious, diverse country governed by a democratic government.'
PIX: Real Madrid win at Chelsea, Villarreal stun BayernRediff.com7 Apr 2022
Karim Benzema's hat-trick earned Real Madrid a 3-1 win at reigning European champions Chelsea in their Champions League quarter-final first leg on Wednesday. In another quarter-final match, Villarreal stunned six times European Cup winners Bayern Munich 1-0.
Two years on, is Yes Bank finally out of the woods?Rediff.com5 Apr 2022
Transiting from "survival mode", which took most of the management time in FY21, the bank has been able to take a long-term view in terms of growth and preparing technology in the past 12 months.
Bharat Biotech to rectify issues with Covaxin raised by WHORediff.com5 Apr 2022
According to sources close to ANI, "Bharat Biotech has informed Union health ministry that it will rectify the issues pointed out by WHO in 15 to 20 days." "World Health Organisation (WHO)'s suspension is not related to safety or efficacy issues but limited only to supply for United Nations agencies."
Why WHO suspended supply of Covaxin through UN agenciesRediff.com4 Apr 2022
Sources close to the development said the company had no further supply commitments to the WHO, and therefore, there was no suspension of any upcoming orders, reports Sohini Das.