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EPL PIX: 10-man Chelsea hold Liverpool; City rout ArsenalRediff.com29 Aug 2021
Images from Saturday's action in the English Premier League.
Immediately sending whole series of help to India: BidenRediff.com28 Apr 2021
The president said he had discussed with Prime Minister Modi on when the US would be able to send actual vaccines to India.
Covid-19 and cricket: Melbourne Magic in morbid 2020Rediff.com30 Dec 2020
The challenges in a post COVID-19 world were new and unusual but unlike other Indian sports, cricket could partially redeem itself, thanks to the deep pockets of the BCCI
Closure of more Chinese embassies possible: TrumpRediff.com23 Jul 2020
The US move came after the Justice Department said that hackers working with the Chinese government targeted firms developing vaccines for the coronavirus and stole hundreds of millions of dollars worth of intellectual property and trade secrets from companies across the world.
This isn't World War 3, but...: US expert on LAC face-offRediff.com17 Jun 2020
'The killings are a worrisome escalation of tensions, but little is known about the immediate causes or results of the fight in Galwan and it is not possible, at this point, to assign blame'
10 Shows To Watch During LockdownRediff.com28 Apr 2020
Aseem Chhabra lists his 10 favourite non-Indian shows streaming in India -- classics as well as recent shows.
NBA's Silver among those advising Trump on sports restartRediff.com15 Apr 2020
The NBA postponed its season last month when it learned that one of its players had tested positive for the coronavirus and other leagues quickly followed suit, bringing a halt to the professional sports calendar.
Why Jaishankar refused to meet Pramila JayapalRediff.com20 Dec 2019
Jaishankar said that the resolution on Kashmir introduced by Jayapal in the House is not a fair characterisation of the situation in J-K. And also said that he has no interest in meeting the Congresswoman.
No defence against the false patriot who peddles slogansRediff.com30 Oct 2019
'The facts have become unimportant and useless.' 'What is important is the constantly shouting of patriotism even as one undermines the interests of the people.' 'And the abusing of rivals as being traitors,' says Aakar Patel.
Champions League PIX: Real Madrid held; PSG, Juve winRediff.com2 Oct 2019
Images from the UEFA Champions League matches played on Tuesday.
Trump names US hostage negotiator as new NSARediff.com18 Sep 2019
'I have worked long & hard with Robert. He will do a great job!' he said.
Met Gala 2019: Salma Hayek, Penelope Cruz rock the pink carpetRediff.com7 May 2019
Salma Hayek wore a black, gold and cream Gucci dress, and a gold-leafed crown and poufy black tulle sleeves.
Winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year are a visual feastRediff.com4 Mar 2019
Sharks, mating frogs, seals playing with photographers... these are the amazing photos which offer an enchanting breadth of what's beyond the shoreline. Underwater Photographer of the Year has just announced the winners of its 2019 photo contest and photographer Richard Barnden, from the UK, was named Underwater Photographer of the Year 2019. Prizes and commendations were handed out in categories including Wide Angle, Macro, Wrecks, Behaviour, Portrait, Black and White, Compact, Up and Coming, and in British waters, Wide Angle, Living Together, Compact, and Macro Shots.
Immediately end support to terror groups: US to Pak over Pulwama attackRediff.com15 Feb 2019
Meanwhile, Pakistan said the terrorist attack in Pulwama district is "a matter of grave concern" even as it strongly rejected Indian media and government's allegations of the country's link to the strike "without" probe.
SHOCKING night at the Golden Globes!Rediff.com7 Jan 2019
Why were two of 2018's critically panned films awarded?! exclaims Aseem Chhabra.
Golden Globes 2019: The *inside* storyRediff.com7 Jan 2019
We love Charlize Theron's look!
Trump concerned about being impeached: ReportRediff.com11 Dec 2018
The US president is facing off against a series of accusations put together by a team of investigators.
Bravehearts who battled injury to fight it out in the middleRediff.com17 Sep 2018
Rajneesh Gupta salutes Tamim Iqbal's courage in the Asia Cup's opening game on Saturday and lists instances where cricketers braved injuries to battle it out for their teams.
Double blow to Trump as ex-aides face prison for multiple financial crimesRediff.com22 Aug 2018
The extraordinary admission on Tuesday came the same day as Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, was convicted of five counts of tax fraud, two counts of bank fraud and one count of failure to disclose a foreign bank account. The jury was unable to reach a verdict on the remaining 10 counts, and the judge declared a mistrial on those charges.
US-Russia relationship 'worse' than Cold War era: TrumpRediff.com11 Apr 2018
Trump also warned Russia that it should "get ready" for missiles to be fired at its ally Syria, in response to an alleged chemical attack.
Oscars 2018: Meet the BIG Winners!Rediff.com5 Mar 2018
The 90th Annual Academy Awards have been announced. A quick glance at the winners, listed in bold.
No collusion, says Trump after 13 Russians indicted for US election meddlingRediff.com17 Feb 2018
13 Russian nationals and 3 Russian companies have been indicted for interfering in the 2016 US presidential election through social media propaganda.
Trump 'would love' to be questioned 'under oath' in Russia probeRediff.com25 Jan 2018
Trump again denies any collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians.
Ex-FBI Dir seeks to question Trump on Russia probeRediff.com24 Jan 2018
Mueller has already interviewed several of the close aides and family members of Trump over the issue.
Shape Of Water leads Oscars nominationsRediff.com23 Jan 2018
Dunkirk may have been missed at the year's earlier awards shows, but thanks god, Chris Nolan's classic gets enough play at the Oscar noms.
Fast bowlers: Team India's new trump cardsRediff.com23 Jan 2018
Perhaps for the first time, India's pace strength is not centred on any one individual, or set of individuals.
The BEST FOREIGN Films of 2017Rediff.com31 Dec 2017
Aseem Chhabra gives us the top films that enriched his year.
Trump's ex-NSA Flynn charged with making false statements to FBIRediff.com2 Dec 2017
Flynn appeared before a federal court on Friday morning to plead guilty after ex-FBI director Robert Mueller, who is investigating allegations of Russian interference in the presidential election as a special counsel, announced that Flynn was charged with "wilfully and knowingly" making "false, fictitious and fraudulent statements" to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his conversations with Russia's then ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak.
'100 per cent': Trump ready to testify over Comey conversationsRediff.com10 Jun 2017
Trump's assertion came after he branded Comey as a "leaker".
Did Trump do a Nixon and obstruct justice?Rediff.com9 Jun 2017
'That the 'I' word is swirling around Washington these days attests to the atmosphere that has taken hold and cannot but have a negative impact on political and economic decision-making,' says Claude Smadja.
PIX: Priyanka watches Baywatch with Zac EfronRediff.com23 May 2017
The Bollywood diva will be playing the villain in her Hollywood debut
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.
EPL PIX: Man City climb to third, Tottenham keep up Chelsea chaseRediff.com16 Apr 2017
Tottenham Hotspur's tenacious chase of leaders Chelsea continued as they claimed a 12th consecutive Premier League home win with a 4-0 rout of Bournemouth on Saturday to cut the gap to four points.
US national security adviser Michael Flynn resignsRediff.com14 Feb 2017
His departure came just after reports surfaced the Justice Department warned the Trump administration last month that Flynn misled administration officials regarding his communications with the Russian ambassador to the United States.
Meet Trump's Cabinet and Inner CircleRediff.com20 Jan 2017
Incoming US President Donald Trump has assembled a core team that is -- not surprisingly -- overwhelmingly white and male.
What lies ahead for the world in 2017?Rediff.com6 Jan 2017
With 2016 officially behind us, let's look forward and speculate about the events, people and issues that will shape 2017.
Michelle, Melania, Jackie: Who gets your vote?Rediff.com23 Nov 2016
Which of these past, present and future First Ladies has a strong sense of style?
US decides its fate: And the faces say it allRediff.com9 Nov 2016
While Trump supporters celebrated the win with late night parties, deafening silence prevailed in Hillary Clinton camp.
Keeping the best for last! Michelle sizzles and shines at final state dinnerRediff.com19 Oct 2016
This is why she is the First Lady of Fashion! Michelle Obama dazzled one and all in a floor-length rose gold Versace chainmail gown.
PHOTOS: Chelsea top after one-sided victory; United edge past HullRediff.com28 Aug 2016
Danny Rose scored a second-half equaliser to cancel out James Milner's penalty as Tottenham Hotspur came from behind to draw 1-1 with Liverpool at White Hart Lane on Saturday.