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Remembering Diana: The life of a princessRediff.com1 Jul 2021
On July 1, 2021, Britain's Princess Diana would have turned 60 and two decades after her tragic death in a car accident near the end of summer 1997, she still holds an exalted place on the altar of the most admired people in the world, her status secure as a style icon -- as is her legacy of having forever changed the British monarchy.
Soccer: Spalletti named Napoli coach as Gattuso's successorRediff.com29 May 2021
Juventus rehire Allegri.
ATP adds four events to 2020 calendarRediff.com10 Sep 2020
The events will be on single-year licence as the ATP offers professionals the opportunity to earn money and ranking points in the wake of the coronavirus shutdown.
Spectacular Shortlist for Best Astronomy Photos of the YearRediff.com18 Jun 2019
The spectacular Milky Way over the picturesque Bavarian mountain, Herzogstand, the remarkable Horsehead Nebula and the Flame Nebula, a vast cloud of gas and dust where new stars are being born; the Royal Observatory's Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2019 has once more received thousands of outstanding images. The competition, which is run by the Royal Observatory Greenwich, sponsored by Insight Investment and in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine, is now in its eleventh year and has broken the record number of entries once more, receiving over 4,600 entries from enthusiastic amateurs and professional photographers, taken from 90 countries across the globe. The winners will be announced on September 12, and an exhibition of the winning images from the past years of the contest will be on show at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich from September 13.
Behind-the-scenes: The making of the Kingfisher Swimsuit CalendarRediff.com22 Jan 2019
A sneak peek at the Kingfisher Calendar 2019.
This Kingfisher model's pix will beat your winter bluesRediff.com31 Dec 2018
Feast your eyes on Shubra Aiyappa's photographs from Kingfisher calendar.
Meet the man who has lived alone on an island for 28 yearsRediff.com23 Mar 2018
Mauro Morandi, a 79-year-old, lives alone on the beautiful Isle of Budelli in Italy's Maddalena archipelago. He's called this slice of paradise his own since 1989, when he departed mainland Italy.
Remembering Diana: The life of a princessRediff.com30 Aug 2017
From a shy bride to a passionate campaigner, the story of Diana, 'the People's Princess', was more often than not told through photographs.
Dutch swimmer beats cancer to punch ticket to Rio OlympicsRediff.com13 Jul 2016
Dutch swimmer Inge Dekker, who was diagnosed with cervical cancer in February and had surgery in March, will take part in her fourth Olympics after being named on Tuesday in a 17-strong squad for next month's Rio Games.
Lost WWII submarine found with 71 bodies on boardRediff.com27 May 2016
The submarine vanished without a trace around Janaury 2, 1943 and is believed was hit by a mine in the Gulf of Olbia.
Serie A: Bizarre own goal fails to halt JuventusRediff.com16 Feb 2014
A bizarre own goal briefly gave Serie A leaders Juventus the jitters, triggering memories of last week's dramatic collapse at Verona, before they recovered to beat lowly Chievo 3-1 on Sunday.
Catherine Zeta Jones, Michael Douglas separateRediff.com29 Aug 2013
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Serie A: Milan lose again with two players sent offRediff.com24 Sep 2012
AC Milan's season slumped to a new low on Sunday as they had two players sent off and lost 2-1 at Udinese while the bizarre postponement of the Cagliari-AS Roma match further damaged Serie A's fading credibility.
PIX: Bikini-clad Rihanna holidays with friendsRediff.com17 Jul 2012
Check out the pop star's sexy pictures from the vacation.
Serie A: Milan rally to beat Udinese and go topRediff.com12 Feb 2012
AC Milan produced a storming comeback with goals by Maxi Lopez and Stephan El Shaarawy to win 2-1 at title rivals Udinese on Saturday and move top of Serie A as their strikers made light of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's absence.
Serie A: Di Natale goal keeps Udinese in hunt for top spotRediff.com31 Oct 2011
Antonio Di Natale, last season's Serie A top scorer, grabbed his seventh goal of the campaign to give Udinese a 1-0 win over Palermo and keep them one point behind leaders Juventus on Sunday.
Serie A: Napoli down Milan as Cavani 'tricks'Rediff.com19 Sep 2011
Striker Edinson Cavani scored a superb hat-trick to give Napoli a 3-1 home win over defending Serie A champions AC Milan on Sunday.
Serie A: Inter held by Roma, Cagliari lead wayRediff.com18 Sep 2011
Inter Milan and AS Roma picked up their first points of the Serie A season on Saturday after sharing an entertaining 0-0 draw at the San Siro.
Eto'o silences racist chants in Inter winRediff.com17 Oct 2010
Samuel Eto'o scored another cracking goal to give Inter Milan a 1-0 win at Cagliari on Sunday and hit back at the racist chanters who had earlier held up the game.
Friendly in Sardinia abandoned after players' fighRediff.com29 Jul 2010
A pre-season friendly between Sardinia's Cagliari and Corsica's Bastia was abandoned after 75 minutes on Wednesday after players repeatedly fought each other, the Italian side said in a statement.
Inter rally to claim 2-2 draw at BariRediff.com17 Jan 2010
Goran Pandev helped Inter Milan recover from two goals down to draw 2-2 at Bari on Saturday in another remarkable display of resilience by the Serie A leaders.
Late penalty gives Inter victory, Juve loseRediff.com30 Nov 2009
Diego Milito's penalty five minutes from time gave Inter Milan a deserved 1-0 home win over Fiorentina on Sunday and extended their Serie A lead to eight points.
Scandal-hit Berlusconi to meet 'saintly' Dr SinghRediff.com7 Jul 2009
It is hard to imagine what will transpire beyond diplomatic niceties between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Italian counterpart, Silvio Berlusconi, for the next three days in Italy at the G-8 summit. Dr Singh, it is well known, is a homebound family man and extremely unexcited about the material things in life. Berlusconi is the very antithesis of what Dr Singh stands for in public and, most importantly, in private
Bologna stun Milan on Ronaldinho's debutRediff.com1 Sep 2008
Francesco Valiani scored a stunning goal as promoted Bologna beat AC Milan 2-1 at the San Siro on Sunday to spoil Ronaldinho's Serie A debut.
Editor of Russian tabloid resignsRediff.com19 Apr 2008
"I have decided to stop financing the newspaper and consecutively its publication, which is related to large costs for its publication and disagreements with the editorial regarding its concept," Director-General Artyom Artyomov of 'National Media Company', which publishes Moskovsky Korrespondent, was quoted as saying by Interfax.
Putin denies 'wedding' rumours; slams paperRediff.com18 Apr 2008
"There is not a single word of truth in what you mentioned," he said, responding to a question about the story of Moskovsky Korrespondent tabloid claiming that Putin plans to wed Olympic rhythmic gymnast Alina Kabayeva on June 15 and has divorced his wife Lyudmila in February.
Here's how you can live to be a hundred!Rediff.com17 Apr 2008
A leading explorer and book author who has studied elderly Costa Ricans has found several basic threads that connect the longest-lived
Here's how you can live to be a hundred!Rediff.com16 Apr 2008
A leading explorer and book author who has studied elderly Costa Ricans has found several basic threads that connect the longest-lived. According to Dan Buettner, some of the several ways are: a plant-based diet; regular, low-intensity activity; an investment in family; a sense of faith; and purpose.
Juventus snatch late victoryRediff.com3 Sep 2007
Giorgio Chiellini's last minute header gave Juventus a 3-2 win at Cagliari in Serie A.
Klinsmann gives credit to American pioneerRediff.com3 Jul 2006
Klose lights up German attackRediff.com21 Jun 2006
Ball will cause keepers problems: LehmannRediff.com22 May 2006
US billionaires' summer homesRediff.com26 Jul 2005
Zola bids farewell to Chelsea fansRediff.com9 Aug 2004
France doesn't scare us: BeckhamRediff.com30 May 2004
England's Dyer says sex allegations toughened himRediff.com29 May 2004
England's Kieron Dyer says being named in media coverage of a London hotel sex incident knocked the "cockiness" out of him ahead of Euro 2004.
Beckham fired up for Euro 2004Rediff.com26 May 2004
England's captain says he has nothing to prove to sceptics at coming tournament.
Roman's legion get ready to march on ManchesterRediff.com23 Jul 2003
Zola bids farewell to ChelseaRediff.com8 Jul 2003
The Italian has always been a fans' favourite and was voted the greatest player in Chelsea's history in a poll last season.