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US polls: How battleground states would count votesRediff.com4 Nov 2020
According to CNN, millions of Americans have voted in person or by mail this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is a look at how ballots would be counted in some of the key battleground states across the US.
Sports Shorts: Sanju hits hat-trick as India women thrash Turkmenistan 10-0Rediff.com1 Mar 2019
Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Friday.
The world's worst natural disasters in 2018Rediff.com31 Dec 2018
The world endured bushfires, drought, tsunamis and earthquakes in 2018.
Sports Shorts: Venus settles lawsuit over fatal Florida car crashRediff.com21 Nov 2018
Jerome Barson, who was a passenger in a sedan that collided with the SUV that Venus Williams was driving, died 13 days after the accident.
A maniac with a gun, a life lost in vainRediff.com19 Sep 2018
Robbed of prey as people fled, Omar Perez came marching back and shot bullet after bullet into Prudhvi Raj Kandepi's head, thus ensuring that a man he had never met before, known nothing of, would never get up again.
Tiger Woods pleads guilty to reckless driving in FloridaRediff.com28 Oct 2017
Tiger Woods on Friday pleaded guilty in a Florida court to reckless driving and entered a programme for first-time offenders, avoiding a conviction on the charge of driving under the influence (DUI) last spring.
Venus on fatal car crash and missing SerenaRediff.com3 Jul 2017
Venus Williams broke down in tears during her post-match news conference at Wimbledon on Monday when asked about a recent motoring incident she was involved in, which led to the death of a 78 year old Florida man.
Venus Williams says she is heartbroken by fatal Florida crashRediff.com1 Jul 2017
Tennis star Venus Williams said she was heartbroken by the death of a man in a two-car crash in Florida that a police report blamed on her driving, breaking her silence about the fatal accident three weeks after it occurred.
Police find tennis star Venus Williams at fault in fatal car crashRediff.com30 Jun 2017
Venus Williams, the world's former top-ranked tennis player, was the driver at fault in a two-car crash in Florida on June 9 that killed a passenger in the other vehicle, according to the initial police report on the incident released on Thursday.
Woods receiving 'professional help' to manage pain medsRediff.com20 Jun 2017
Tiger Woods said on Monday he is receiving "professional help" to manage his use of the medications he takes to relieve back pain and insomnia following his arrest for driving while intoxicated last month.
Sports Shorts: NBA star LeBron James's home vandalized with racial slurRediff.com1 Jun 2017
A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Thursday
Woods 'asleep at the wheel' of stopped car before DUI arrest: PoliceRediff.com30 May 2017
Woods had "extremely slow and slurred speech" after being awoken by a Jupiter police officer, who found the golfer's car stopped in the right lane of the roadway and still running, the report said.
Hurricane Matthew: What we know so farRediff.com7 Oct 2016
Hurricane Matthew, the fiercest Caribbean storm in nearly a decade, strengthened as it barreled toward the southeastern United States after killing at least 140 people, mostly in Haiti.
Indian priest arrested in US for possessing child pornographyRediff.com8 Jan 2015
A 47-year-old Indian priest has been arrested in the United States state of Florida on charges of possessing child pornography, with authorities saying he asked a 14-year old boy to help him delete about 40 pornographic images of young boys from his phone.
8 all-rounders win US Congressional gold medalsRediff.com16 Jul 2008
Among the other recipients of South Asian origin this year were Dr Shaheen Lakhan of Arleta, California; Shetty Shohan of North Palm Beach, Florida; Amoha Bajaj of Montgomery, New Jersey; Shabnum Gulati of Edison, New Jersey; and Sheel Tyle of Pittsford, New York.
Low wages, visa hassles to Indian teachers in USRediff.com25 Feb 2008
Florida Atlantic University in the United States has received widespread criticism after an error in filing visa applications for 16 Indian school teachers, in the country on a cultural exchange programme, which could have led to their deportation. The university has also come under fire from the State Department for paying the experienced teachers, what they call, 'poverty' wages.
Networking never takes a holidayRediff.com21 Jul 2007
Vacation doesn't have to be the end of your networking efforts. Get an expert's tips on how you can continue to build relationships with powerful people even when they're out of the office.