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Champions Spain out of Davis Cup after loss to RussiaRediff.com1 days ago
Sweden and Novak Djokovic's Serbia took the two best runners-up spots and a place in the last eight by virtue of their better match win-loss records among the second placed sides throughout the group stages.
Davis Cup: Italy reach last eight; Russia, Britain winRediff.com2 days ago
Favourites Russia Tennis Federation opened their Davis Cup Finals campaign with a resounding victory over Ecuador, Britain began with a win against France and Italy eased into the quarter-finals with a win over Colombia on Saturday.
Davis Cup: Ymer brothers seal Sweden victory; Croatia, France winRediff.com4 days ago
Brothers Elias and Mikael Ymer comfortably won their singles rubbers against Canada as seven-times champions Sweden made a roaring start in the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid on Thursday.
Climate Change: India Must Walk The TalkRediff.com5 days ago
India lost around 38.5 thousand hectares of tropical forest in the last decade. Nearly 14 per cent of the country's tree cover! It is one thing for Modi to announce that India will reach a net-zero level of emissions in 2070. But if it is serious, it needs to start today, points out Ramesh Menon.
How music label Snafu uses AI to decode if a song will be a hitRediff.com6 days ago
With a team of 20-odd people, Snafu tries to unearth the rough diamonds from millions of songs. Can AI help look for a needle in a haystack? Ritwik Sharma finds out.
'Demonetisation didn't impact even 0.001% of black money'Rediff.com17 Nov 2021
'In the total of black wealth, only 1% or less than 1% constitute cash.' 'So, even if cash is completely weaned out, it impacts only 1% of the black wealth.'
PIX: Serbia stun Portugal to earn World Cup berthRediff.com15 Nov 2021
Jubilant fans thronged central Belgrade, bringing traffic at the main Republic Square to a halt as they waved Serbian flags and hooted their car horns.
How TCS is reconfiguring its futureRediff.com7 Nov 2021
In March this year, when Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) unveiled a new brand statement of "Building on Belief", many wondered if it was the right strategy. When things are uncertain, wouldn't a brand statement such as "Experience Certainty" have been better? But for Rajesh Gopinathan, CEO & MD, TCS, it was all about the way the company was looking at business. As Gopinathan explained over a video call, "Today, we have over 1,000 customers and 98 per cent of our business is repeat business; our relevance to customers should continue, and to increase.
PIX: Ronaldo to Man Utd's rescue; Juve in knock-outsRediff.com3 Nov 2021
Images from Tuesday's action in the UEFA Champions League.
PIX: Ronaldo saves United; Bayern, Chelsea cruiseRediff.com21 Oct 2021
Images from the UEFA Champions League matches played on Wednesday.
Mix-and-match vaccines highly effective against Covid: StudyRediff.com18 Oct 2021
'Our study shows a greater risk reduction for people who received an mRNA vaccine after having received a first dose of a vector-based, as compared to people having received the vector-based vaccine for both doses,' Nordstrom said.
WC qualifiers: Ronaldo tricks; crowd trouble at Eng, Poland matchesRediff.com13 Oct 2021
Images and summary of all the World Cup 2022 qualifiers played across continents on Tuesday.
'Vaccine hesitancy has more or less gone'Rediff.com11 Oct 2021
'Demand is wonderful. We have crossed 10 million on many days.' 'The Swedish trade commissioner recently said, "You guys are vaccinating the entire Sweden in one day".'
Anshu wins silver to create history at World WrestlingRediff.com8 Oct 2021
Anshu Malik settled for a silver medal after losing her 57kg final to 2016 Olympic champion Helen Lousie Maroulis but Sarita Mor grabbed her maiden medal at the big stage by winning the 59kg bronze, in Oslo, Norway on Thursday.
At 17.3%, India Inc badly lags women board membersRediff.com28 Sep 2021
Corporate India lags the rest of its Western and Asian peers by a wide margin when it comes to the presence of women on their boards, with just 17.3 per cent of the large companies having them on their key decision making bodies, an international report said on Tuesday. However, this is a near 6 percentage points improvement between 2015 -- when it was only 11.4 per cent -- and 2021, Swiss brokerage Credit Suisse said in the report, which covered over 33,000 executives from more than 3,000 companies across 46 countries, including over 1,440 firms across 12 Asia-Pacific markets. Female representation on boards of large Indian companies has increased by 5.9 percentage points from 11.4 per cent in 2015 to 17.3 per cent in 2021.
Taliban seek participation at UNGA, nominate envoyRediff.com22 Sep 2021
The nomination sets up a confrontation between the Taliban and Afghanistan's fallen government envoy, Gram Isakuzai, who has held his post so far.
PIX: Italy, Germany win easy; Poland hold EnglandRediff.com9 Sep 2021
Images from the World Cup qualifying matches played on Wednesday night.
PIX: Italy continue unbeaten run; Germany, England winRediff.com6 Sep 2021
Images from the FIFA World Cup qualifying matches on Sunday night.
Medals Table: Tokyo ParalympicsRediff.com5 Sep 2021
The medals tally at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
WC qualifiers: England thump Hungary; Spain shockedRediff.com3 Sep 2021
Summary of World Cup qualifiers played across the world on Thursday
India becoming a Global Chess SuperpowerRediff.com1 Sep 2021
Since 2012, 44 Indians have been anointed as grandmasters -- the highest achievement in chess, points out Arvind Subramanian, economist and former chief economic adviser to the government.
Benfica, Young Boys reach Champions League group stageRediff.com25 Aug 2021
With the away goals rule no longer in place this season, PSV missed a string of chances to force extra time with Eran Zahavi hitting the crossbar from three metres with the goal at his mercy in the 62nd minute.
India's long jumper Shaili leaps to silver at World U-20 C'shipsRediff.com22 Aug 2021
The Jhansi-born athlete, who was raised by a single mother -- a tailor by profession -- currently trains at the academy of Anju Bobby George in Bengaluru. She is coached by Anju's husband Bobby George.
Eicher Motors shareholders refuse to re-appoint Siddhartha Lal as MDRediff.com20 Aug 2021
Eicher Motors' shareholders in its recently held annual general meeting (AGM) have rejected a proposal for re-appointment of Siddhartha Lal as the company's managing director for a period of five years with effect from May 1 this year. During the company's 39th AGM, which was held earlier this week, the members also rejected the proposal of increasing Lal's remuneration. While 73 per cent of the votes favoured the re-appointment, the rest 27 per cent were against it.
World Jr Athletics: Anju's protege Shaili storms into long jump finalRediff.com20 Aug 2021
Long jumper Shaili Singh lived up to the expectations as she made it to the finals after topping the qualification round with an effort of 6.40m in the Under-20 World Athletics Championships in Nairobi on Friday.
De Bruyne, Kante, Jorginho up for UEFA Player of the YearRediff.com19 Aug 2021
The winner will be named on August 26, along with UEFA's women's player of the year and Champions League positional award winners, at the Champions League group stage draw in Istanbul.
Tokyo Games: JOY and AGONYRediff.com14 Aug 2021
The Tokyo Olympics produced many, many, many emotional moments for the athletes and their coaches...
What Olympic champ Neeraj must do to develop and throw farther...Rediff.com13 Aug 2021
Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra's coach Klaus Bartonietz says the Olympic champion has rectified most of the shortcomings in his technique and now the endeavour is to maintain technical "stability" to touch greater heights in the coming years.
Tokyo Olympics Medals Table: USA top; India 48thRediff.com12 Aug 2021
The medal tally at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Neeraj eyes World Championships title next yearRediff.com10 Aug 2021
Before joining national camp in early 2015, he was training at Tau Devi Lal Stadium at Panchkula after being shifted from Shivaji Stadium at Panipat.
Tokyo Games: What A Runner!Rediff.com8 Aug 2021
Eliud Kipchoge confirmed his status as the Greatest Marathoner of the 21st Century by winning a second Olympic Marathon, only the third runner in history to do so.
Canada 'shoot-out' Sweden for women's football goldRediff.com6 Aug 2021
Julia Grosso kept her cool with the decisive penalty in sudden death to give Canada top spot on the podium after bronze medals at London and Rio.
Olympics: How India's athletes fared on Thursday, August 5Rediff.com5 Aug 2021
A summary of the country's athletes' showing at the Tokyo Games on Thursday.
Tokyo Games: Sensational Pix!Rediff.com4 Aug 2021
Capturing the drama at the 2020 Olympics.
Poland's Wlodarczyk wins third straight hammer gold medalRediff.com3 Aug 2021
alaika Mihambo of Germany snatched the Olympic gold in women's long jump with her final leap of 7.00 metres in an enthralling final at the Tokyo Games on Tuesday.
Thompson-Herah does sprint 'double-double' with 200m goldRediff.com3 Aug 2021
Jamaica's Elaine Thompson-Herah made Olympic history in Tokyo Tuesday, blazing to victory in the 200 metres to complete an unprecedented women's sprinting "double-double".
Tokyo Games: ASTOUNDING Pix!Rediff.com3 Aug 2021
Images from the Olympics.
Tokyo Games: SPECTACULAR Pix!Rediff.com3 Aug 2021
Capturing the drama at the 2020 Olympics.
Tokyo Games: FASCINATING Pix!Rediff.com2 Aug 2021
Capturing the drama at the 2020 Olympics.
Athletics: Gong takes shot gold on scorching dayRediff.com1 Aug 2021
Valerie Adams chalks up another medal for the mums.