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A Month Later, Ukrainians Won't Bow DownRediff.com24 Mar 2022
Glimpses of the dogged Ukrainian resistance to the Russian invasion, which enters its first month today, March 24.
It's official! It'll be Trump vs Biden for US presidentRediff.com6 Jun 2020
The 77-year-old former US vice president on Friday night took his tally of pledged delegates over the halfway mark of 1,991 from a total of 3,979, thus becoming eligible to earn the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.
What caused the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant?Rediff.com27 Jan 2020
Investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board began arriving in the area on Sunday to launch separate crash investigations.
Showdown at Mexican border: US agents fire tear gas at migrantsRediff.com26 Nov 2018
The United States Customs and Border Protection closed the border between Tijuana in Mexico and San Diego in California and used tear gas on migrants and refugees, including children, whoever tried to cross the border fence. The incident took place because of rising frustrations among immigrants due to slow processing of their asylum claims by the US authorities.
World Cup diary: Mexico fans wave gay pride flags in victoryRediff.com24 Jun 2018
FIFA World Cup revs up television sales in India
'She was there in between heaven and earth'Rediff.com4 Sep 2016
Even though she was one of the planet's best known people, Mother Teresa remained an enigma all her life.
Klinsmann opts for experience in US Copa America squadRediff.com22 May 2016
United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann has turned to experience for next month's Copa America Centenario on home soil, but said he had to make some "very close, tight decisions" before announcing his 23-player squad on Saturday.
World Bank on what India needs to do to keep remittances steadyRediff.com8 Jan 2015
The World Bank in its report said the relative importance of remittances as a source of external resources is expected to increase further.
Man sentenced for threatening Congresswoman Tulsi GabbardRediff.com9 Dec 2014
A man was on Monday sentenced to 33 months in prison in the United States for making a series of threats to Tulsi Gabbard, the first-ever Hindu-American Congresswoman. Aniruddha Sherbow, 42, was given the prison term by a federal court in the US.
India to top global remittances with $71 billion this yearRediff.com7 Oct 2014
Other large recipients are China ($64 billion), the Philippines ($28 billion), Mexico ($24 billion), Nigeria ($21 billion), Egypt ($18 billion), Pakistan ($17 billion), Bangladesh ($15 billion), Vietnam ($11 billion) and Ukraine ($9 billion).
Donovan back for US, Altidore axedRediff.com9 Oct 2012
Landon Donovan, the US national team's all-time leading goal scorer, was named in the 24-man squad on Monday for the next CONCACAF region World Cup qualifiers after shaking off a knee injury.
Fugitive Swami Prakashanand escapes to IndiaRediff.com26 Sep 2012
US Marshals, still looking for him, suspect that Prakashanand Saraswati, known to his devotees as Swamiji, may have fled America in connivance with his close associates.
MUST READ: Delhi on world's most hated cities listRediff.com5 Sep 2012
A recent survey conducted by CNNGo lists the ten most hated cities in the world. Interestingly, some of these cities are ranked as the most livable but they continue to be the most hated.
Mexico earthquake: One killed, many feared trappedRediff.com5 Apr 2010
A major earthquake of 7.2 magnitude hit Baja California in Mexico, shaking skyscrapers in San Diego and Los Angeles, whose strong tremors were felt as far as Phoenix and Las Vegas as well.The immediate impact of the earthquake on people and buildings were not immediately known. The quake was centred approximately 25 kilometre south-southwest of Guadalupe Victoria, the United States geological survey said.
Swine flu gives sporting events the shiversRediff.com29 Apr 2009
A string of sports events were left feeling the shivers on Wednesday as the spectre of swine flu continued to spread fears globally, sparking a spate of cancellations and pull-outs. Motor racing, soccer, golf and elite-level diving were all impacted by the growing fears surrounding the H1N1 virus.
English errors: 'What's the worse-case scenario?'Rediff.com24 Aug 2007
A list of English errors that are so common, they're hardly even noticed!
56% urban Indians living in slumsRediff.com14 Jun 2007
Cities are the future of the world, and slums are the future of the city.