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Kate Winslet gives YOU something to talk aboutRediff.com20 Sep 2021
Kate Winslet won her second Emmy for playing the role of Detective Mare Sheehan in Mare Of Easttown.
Style or substance? Which way will Trump's visit go?Rediff.com20 Feb 2020
With a decelerating economy that weakens India's hands on geopolitical issues, it will be interesting to know which way this trip will go.
2nd ODI: Chance for Iyer to seal No 4 spotRediff.com10 Aug 2019
The talented Shreyas Iyer will be auditioning for the vacant number four slot when India take on West Indies in Sunday's second ODI of the three-match series.
Has the Amelia Earhart mystery finally been solved?Rediff.com8 Mar 2018
The aviation pioneer's body has never been officially found after she disappeared July 2, 1937.
Nobel Laureate Raghuram Rajan? We will know on MondayRediff.com8 Oct 2017
Though Nobel Prize nominations have been a secret for 50 years, speculation abounds over the contenders for this year's prize in economics.
Former FBI chief to oversee Trump-Russia link probeRediff.com18 May 2017
Trump said a thorough investigation will prove that no such collusion took place.
Celebrating 500th Test: India's most memorable wins at homeRediff.com22 Sep 2016
As India gets set to play its 500th Test, Rajneesh Gupta presents India's memorable Test victories at home.
Birdman, Boyhood, American Sniper sweep Oscar 2015 nominationsRediff.com15 Jan 2015
A quick look at the Oscar 2015 nominations.
Benn sends Bangladesh crashing to 2-0 series defeat vs WindiesRediff.com17 Sep 2014
Bangladesh collapsed to a 2-0 series defeat against West Indies, losing the second and final Test by 296 runs with a day to spare on Tuesday.
Likely Nobel prize winners for 2014Rediff.com25 Sep 2013
The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters has announced its 2013 "Nobel-class" Citation Laureates on Wednesday, which names 28 researchers representing 22 distinct academic and research organisations, and six different countries.
Misbah leads from front to give Pakistan series winRediff.com25 Jul 2013
Misbah-ul-Haq produced a crucial captain's innings to steer Pakistan to a four-wicket win over West Indies in the fifth One-day international in St. Lucia on Wednesday and secure the series 3-1.
Analysis: The hits and flops of IPL 5Rediff.com7 Jun 2012
Rediff.com presents a detailed analysis of the teams, who played in the T20 tournament. A look at the players who impressed, who disappointed and the few, who were invisble.
'India won't go out of its way to promote democracy'Rediff.com5 Jun 2012
Democracy will remain central to India's national identity, but will not be a conscious axis of its foreign policy, reports Aziz Haniffa
Review: The Three Musketeers is poorly adaptedRediff.com14 Oct 2011
This version falls flat as a poorly adapted one and its effect is further exacerbated by second-class acting.
Oscars 2011: Winners at a Glance!Rediff.com28 Feb 2011
Here's looking at the winners of the 83rd Annual Academy Awards
A-Z of the 2010 football World CupRediff.com11 Jul 2010
The continent's first World Cup was embraced off the pitch but on it, where only Ghana of the record six teams taking part got beyond the group stage, it was a massive disappointment.
Wickets tumble on Day 1 of Barbados TestRediff.com27 Jun 2010
South Africa were 46 for two in reply to the West Indies' modest total of 231 at the end of the first day's play in the third and final Test in Barbados on Saturday. Captain Graeme Smith was unbeaten on 35 at the close, with nightwatchman Paul Harris two not out for the visitors who are 1-0 up in the series.
Where innovation creates valueRediff.com28 Jan 2010
Value innovation can help improve efficiency across the organisation and deliver better results, says Richard Lee.
An Open Letter to the American People...Rediff.com12 Oct 2009
Nobel laureates write to support Obama
Obama appoints Neal Katyal to top postRediff.com20 Jan 2009
The man who won a landmark verdict from the US supreme court now creates history once again, by becoming the highest ranking Indian American in the US department of justice.
FBI to help probe Mumbai attacksRediff.com30 Nov 2008
The US has sent an Federal Bureau of Investigation team to assist in the probe into the Mumbai attacks as President George W Bush pledged "full support" to India in its efforts to unearth the plot behind the deadly terror strikes.
'Aggressive action' mooted to boost US economyRediff.com7 Nov 2008
Favouring 'aggressive action' to boost the shaky American economy, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has proposed a two-stage effort with a $60-100 billion stimulus package this month followed early next year by a 'permanent tax cut'.
Bobby Jindal set to create history againRediff.com22 Aug 2008
After becoming the first ever Indian American to be elected Governor last year, Jindal has been given a speaking slot at the Republican National Convention at prime time, making him the first Indian American to speak at the political convention of a major party.Republican party sources told rediff.com that while it is unlikely that Jindal will be McCain's vice presidential nominee, he nonetheless remains "a strong voice on behalf of Senator McCain."
List of military honoureesRediff.com26 Jan 2008
In all, 425 officers and men of the armed forces received gallantry and other defence decorations this year.
Al Gore's amazing $100 million makeover!Rediff.com4 Jul 2007
The untold story of how an epic loser engineered what may be the greatest brand makeover ever.
No way to treat PakistanRediff.com15 Jun 2007
'Washington knows that it ultimately has to depend on the Pakistani army.'
Economist Milton Friedman deadRediff.com17 Nov 2006
The 94-year-old economist was a senior research fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University from 1977 to 2006.
The 400 richest AmericansRediff.com22 Sep 2006
The 23-man team lists for the 2006 World CupRediff.com16 May 2006
e 23-man lists of the 32 teams for the 2006 football World Cup after the May 15 deadline to confirm squads ended on Monday.
NRIs want police chief sackedRediff.com4 Nov 2005
"The unprecedented ban disrupted a 20-year old tradition of celebrations and amounts to blatant discrimination in violation of people's constitutional rights to equality and freedom of religious observance," GOPIO said in a statement.
Economics Nobel winners through historyRediff.com10 Oct 2005
Here we present a list of all the recipients of the Economics Nobel that was first given in 1969.
Collingwood makes historyRediff.com22 Jun 2005
Paul Collingwood hit a hundred and claimed six wickets as England beat Bangladesh by 168 runs in the tri-series.
First Look: Bush meets MandelaRediff.com18 May 2005
This is the first time the South African leader met Bush after he launched a verbal attack on the American leader and his Iraq policy in 2003.
Readers speak out!Rediff.com15 Apr 2005
Readers on the fifth ODI between India and Pakistan at Kanpur.
Speculation over Bush's new teamRediff.com5 Nov 2004
The most intense debate is centered around Colin Powell, secretary of state.
Fleming sets records as Kiwis dominateRediff.com26 Oct 2004
Fleming, playing a record 87th Test for his country, struck 137 not out in NZ's 338 for three in the first Test against Bangaldesh.
PM meets Bush in New YorkRediff.com21 Sep 2004
This is the first meeting between the two leaders.
Giles gives England the initiativeRediff.com2 Dec 2003
The spinner took three wickets as Sri Lanka made 138 for four on a rain-shortened first day of the first Test.