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'How long will you live fearing this virus?'

'How long will you live fearing this virus?'

Rediff.com1 days ago

'These reports of cases being very low in other states, is it true? Are the numbers believable?'

Karnataka govt is considering law to regulate religious conversion: Home minister

Karnataka govt is considering law to regulate religious conversion: Home minister

Rediff.com7 days ago

Indulging in religious conversion with inducement or under pressure is an "unpardonable offence", the state home minister Araga Jnanendra said adding, it may also lead to disturbance of peace in the society.

Stalin Needs to Think Fast, Act Faster

Stalin Needs to Think Fast, Act Faster

Rediff.com4 Sep 2021

Good intentions and elaborate roadmaps apart, there is an urgent need for the Tamil Nadu chief minister to come up with branded schemes like MGR's meal scheme, asserts N Sathiya Moorthy.

Shaili Singh credits her success to her mother

Shaili Singh credits her success to her mother

Rediff.com25 Aug 2021

Shaili Singh's progress as an athlete has a lot to do with her coach Robert Bobby George but it was her "strong and determined" mother, who helped her daughter take first big leap when she sent her to Bengaluru for training, much against the 'advice' of well-wishers.

India registers 37,593 new Covid cases, 648 deaths

India registers 37,593 new Covid cases, 648 deaths

Rediff.com25 Aug 2021

India logged 37,593 new coronavirus infections, while the active cases increased marginally to 3,22,327, according to the Union health ministry data updated on Wednesday.

'India is like a garden'

'India is like a garden'

Rediff.com3 Aug 2021

'...that has plants and flowers of all colours and hues in it.' 'Do you think a garden with just one plant or one type of flower will be appealing?' 'No. It will look drab, uninteresting and lustreless because a garden would be captivating only if it had many flowers of different colours.'

Received Both Doses? Be Careful Please

Received Both Doses? Be Careful Please

Rediff.com23 Jul 2021

'You will still want to take all the necessary precautions, which is the right thing to do.'

Ice-cool Morikawa wins blazing hot British Open

Ice-cool Morikawa wins blazing hot British Open

Rediff.com19 Jul 2021

Morikawa barely missed a fairway all day as he made four birdies and dropped no shots, showing incredible composure

ICC T20I rankings: Kohli retains 5th spot, Rahul climbs to 6th

ICC T20I rankings: Kohli retains 5th spot, Rahul climbs to 6th

Rediff.com7 Jul 2021

With 762 points, Kohli is behind England's David Malan

Spinners will play massive role in T20 World Cup: Boucher

Spinners will play massive role in T20 World Cup: Boucher

Rediff.com5 Jul 2021

The remainder of Indian Premier League being held in the United Arab Emirates will hugely affect the pitches, which might get worn out and help the spinners 'massively' during ICC T20 World Cup, feels South Africa head coach Mark Boucher.

Mayank and Missus enjoy Brighton Beach

Mayank and Missus enjoy Brighton Beach

Rediff.com5 Jul 2021

Aashita Sood and Mayank Agarwal are enjoying their 20-day break ahead of the Test series against England.

Sensational Shamsi leads SA to T20 series win v WI

Sensational Shamsi leads SA to T20 series win v WI

Rediff.com4 Jul 2021

Seamer Lungi Ngidi saved his best performance for the last game in the series as he recorded figures of 3-32.

VOTE! EURO: Ukraine vs England

VOTE! EURO: Ukraine vs England

Rediff.com3 Jul 2021

The fourth quarter-final in the Euro 2020 championships will be played between Ukraine and England from 00:30 AM IST in Rome.

Euro: Elvis the pig predicts England will win vs Ukraine

Euro: Elvis the pig predicts England will win vs Ukraine

Rediff.com3 Jul 2021

A Visayan warty pig named Elvis at Bristol Zoo Gardens has predicted that England will beat Ukraine in their European Championship quarter-final.

Shamsi shines as South Africa down WI in 3rd T20

Shamsi shines as South Africa down WI in 3rd T20

Rediff.com30 Jun 2021

South Africa's left-arm wrist spinner Tabraiz Shamsi took 2/13 in four overs as the tourists edged West Indies by one run in the third Twenty20 International to take a 2-1 series lead.

South Africa put West Indies in a spin to level T20 series

South Africa put West Indies in a spin to level T20 series

Rediff.com28 Jun 2021

South Africa spinners Tabraiz Shamsi and George Linde stifled West Indies' chase as the visitors claimed a 16-run victory in the second Twenty20 international on Sunday to level the five-match series at 1-1.

Eriksen stable, sends greetings to teammates

Eriksen stable, sends greetings to teammates

Rediff.com13 Jun 2021

Sanjay Sharma of St. George's University of London, the playmaker's cardiologist at former club Tottenham Hotspur, said Eriksen had no prior heart issues during his time with the Premier League side.

Eriksen had no history of heart concerns, says former cardiologist

Eriksen had no history of heart concerns, says former cardiologist

Rediff.com13 Jun 2021

Dr. Sanjay Sharma of St. George's University of London said Christian Eriksen had returned normal tests since 2013, but the sight of the Inter Milan playmaker falling to the ground had briefly raised concerns that doctors had missed something.

Covid: May, India's worst month

Covid: May, India's worst month

Rediff.com1 Jun 2021

India reported more than 88.82 lakh (8.82 million) coronavirus infections in May alone during the raging second wave of COVID-19, accounting for 31.67 percent of the over 2.8 crore (28 million) cases reported in the country so far and making it the worst month of the pandemic.

Daily COVID-19 count in India lowest in 45 days

Daily COVID-19 count in India lowest in 45 days

Rediff.com29 May 2021

The active cases have further reduced to 22,28,724 with a decline of 1,14,428 cases being recorded in the active caseload. It now comprises 8.04 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate has improved to 90.80 per cent.

How India's FIRST feature film was made

How India's FIRST feature film was made

Rediff.com22 May 2021

At a time when many women were forbidden by their caste-conscious families from taking up acting assignments in an industry not deemed respectable, Phalke wanted to cast his wife as the female lead in Raja Harishchandra.

Should the Bhima Koregaon 16 be left to die?

Should the Bhima Koregaon 16 be left to die?

Rediff.com17 May 2021

Do Uddhav Thackeray, Aditya Thackeray, Sanjay Raut, and Sharad Pawar want the deaths of the Bhima Koregaon accused to be associated with their regime? asks Jyoti Punwani.

Stalin goes with experience, expertise

Stalin goes with experience, expertise

Rediff.com8 May 2021

Stalin has given due respect to seniority in the pecking order, but has also taken into consideration the demands of individual ministries and the suitability of individuals, observes N Sathiya Moorthy.

Stalin makes Karunanidhi's dream come true

Stalin makes Karunanidhi's dream come true

Rediff.com7 May 2021

"Stalin is the future of the party," said late Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam patriarch M Karunanidhi about six years ago at a party meet when his son was party treasurer.

'Vaccinate, Vaccinate, Vaccinate!'

'Vaccinate, Vaccinate, Vaccinate!'

Rediff.com4 May 2021

'One thing we have learnt is that a pandemic can be arrested at any stage.' 'Not suddenly, of course, but slowly with steady unwavering focus.'

Indrani Mukerjea, 39 other Byculla jail inmates test Covid +ve

Indrani Mukerjea, 39 other Byculla jail inmates test Covid +ve

Rediff.com21 Apr 2021

'Most of the 40 inmates are asymptomatic. They were shifted to the isolation centre of the prison at Patankar School in Byculla in Central Mumbai as a precautionary measure'

Winners of World Press Photo of the Year are truly incredible

Winners of World Press Photo of the Year are truly incredible

Rediff.com21 Apr 2021

A photo symbolising "love and compassion" of an 85-year-old Brazilian woman getting her first embrace in five months from a nurse through a transparent "hug curtain" has been named the World Press Photo of the Year. This year, according to organisers, 74,470 images were submitted for judging, made by 4,315 photographers from 130 different countries. World Press Photo has been kind enough to allow to share some of this year's winning photos here with you.

Britain's Prince Philip laid to rest in royal ceremony

Britain's Prince Philip laid to rest in royal ceremony

Rediff.com17 Apr 2021

The funeral incorporated hymns and readings chosen by the late royal himself and focussed on the "unwavering loyalty" of the longest-serving consort in British history to his wife, the monarch, and service to Britain and the Commonwealth.

Prince Philip's funeral to mark his 'unwavering loyalty'

Prince Philip's funeral to mark his 'unwavering loyalty'

Rediff.com17 Apr 2021

The ceremony, which officially begins at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle with a national minute's silence at 1500 local time on Saturday, will be a religious one though without any sermons, as planned by the Duke, who passed away aged 99 last week on Friday.

William, Harry won't walk next to each other at Prince Philip's funeral

William, Harry won't walk next to each other at Prince Philip's funeral

Rediff.com16 Apr 2021

William and Harry will both join family members in walking behind their grandfather's coffin, but their cousin, Peter Phillips (the son of Princess Anne), is set to walk between them.

Queen returns to royal duties 4 days after husband's death

Queen returns to royal duties 4 days after husband's death

Rediff.com14 Apr 2021

While the UK's national mourning after the passing of Prince Philip last Friday will run until the morning after his funeral at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday, the royal family is observing two weeks of mourning.

Navy controversy: What is US telling India?

Navy controversy: What is US telling India?

Rediff.com13 Apr 2021

The USS John Paul Jones acted like a dog marking the lamp post, observes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.

William, Harry pay tribute to 'extraordinary' grandpa Prince Philip

William, Harry pay tribute to 'extraordinary' grandpa Prince Philip

Rediff.com12 Apr 2021

Both brothers, reportedly estranged in recent months since Harry stepped back as a frontline royal after his wedding to Meghan Markle, make references to the late Duke's sense of humour and describe him as a man of service.

Prince Philip helped design Land Rover that will carry his coffin

Prince Philip helped design Land Rover that will carry his coffin

Rediff.com11 Apr 2021

The coffin of the senior royal will be loaded into the Land Rover for an eight-minute procession to the gates of St George's Chapel, where the funeral is to begin with a national minute's silence at 1500 local time on April 17.

Harry but no Meghan at funeral for Britain's Prince Philip

Harry but no Meghan at funeral for Britain's Prince Philip

Rediff.com11 Apr 2021

The Duchess of Sussex who is due to give birth to the couple's second child, a girl, in early summer will stay home in California on her doctor's advice

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip, passes away

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip, passes away

Rediff.com9 Apr 2021

"It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle," the Buckingham Palace tweeted.

India has world's 3rd highest number of billionaires; Mukesh Ambani back as Asia's richest

India has world's 3rd highest number of billionaires; Mukesh Ambani back as Asia's richest

Rediff.com7 Apr 2021

India has the third highest number of billionaires in the world after the US and China, according to a new list by the prestigious Forbes magazine, which said Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani reclaimed his spot as Asia's richest person, dethroning Chinese business tycoon Jack Ma who was the richest person in the region a year ago.

Ex-MP withdraws offensive remarks against Rahul Gandhi

Ex-MP withdraws offensive remarks against Rahul Gandhi

Rediff.com30 Mar 2021

After coming under fire for his sexually-coloured remarks against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, former member of Parliament Joyce George on Tuesday withdrew his comments and expressed regret publicly, even as the national party demanded his arrest while the ruling Communist Party of India-Marxist distanced itself from the slur.

Rahul is unmarried, girls shouldn't bend before him: Ex-Kerala MP

Rahul is unmarried, girls shouldn't bend before him: Ex-Kerala MP

Rediff.com30 Mar 2021

Distancing himself from the comments, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said the LDF's stand is not to personally attack Gandhi.

Mussolini's great-grandson signs three-year deal with Serie A club Lazio

Mussolini's great-grandson signs three-year deal with Serie A club Lazio

Rediff.com24 Mar 2021

The defender is currently in his final year at the St George's British International School in Rome, which is close to Lazio's training ground near Formello.

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