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Nonbinary runners get boost for 2023 Boston MarathonRediff.com14 Sep 2022
The Boston Marathon regularly features star-studded slates of Olympic medallists from around the world, leading a pack of 30,000 runners from the city's western suburbs to a finish line in its historic Back Bay neighbourhood.
Vijay's TOP 5 PerformancesRediff.com22 Jun 2021
As Tamil superstar Vijay turns 47 on June 22, Subhash K Jha picks his five finest performances.
Farewell, AstadRediff.com11 Dec 2020
'Gone too soon, Astad, but I know whenever we meet in that world beyond, I will watch you dance.' Swarupa Dutt remembers a remarkable human being and a magnificent performer who left the world poorer when he passed into the ages on Thursday.
These photos will make you want to say 'I Do'Rediff.com3 Feb 2020
Wedding photographers have the distinct honour of chronicling one of the most important events in a couple's life together. In 2017, the International Wedding Photographer of the Year Awards began recognising this challenging and rewarding work. Now in its third year, the 2019 winning entries were just recently announced, and they continue to showcase the best in artistic wedding photography from around the world.
Shower, cups of coffee await Syrian refugee stuck at airport for 7 monthsRediff.com30 Nov 2018
37-year-old Hassan Al Kontar has finally been granted asylum in Canada where he will begin his new life.
The man who has been living at an airport terminal for 5 monthsRediff.com10 Aug 2018
As millions of passengers stream through Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur International Airport, heading off on holidays or returning home to loving families, all Hassan Al Kontar can do is watch. And wait. Stuck at the airport since March 7, 2018 that's all Kontar has been able to do. The airport has become his home. And for all those who wonder what it must be like to live at an airport, the stranded 36-year-old tells us via Twitter exactly what his story is and what's happening to him.
PIX: Travelling the world with Amy JacksonRediff.com14 Jun 2018
Living out of a suitcase has probably never been as much fun!
Around the world with Alia, Katrina, Priyanka...Rediff.com26 Mar 2018
Amazing holiday ideas from Bollywood!
'Referees need to show Neymar more respect'Rediff.com18 Jun 2015
Brazil coach Dunga launched a stinging attack on referee Enrique Osses after the Chilean whistler sent Neymar off.
Tiger's girl is most successful female athlete in Alpine skiingRediff.com20 Jan 2015
Lindsey Vonn's model looks and famous boyfriend have often gained her more spotlight than her speed on two skis back in her home country.
Classic Revisited: Arjun, Sunny Deol's BEST action filmRediff.com4 Sep 2014
In our special series re-visiting great Hindi film classics, we look back at Sunny Deol and Dimple Kapadia starrer Arjun, 1985.
Shocked by dog murders, Dr Deekha for better lawsRediff.com15 Feb 2011
A hundred sled dogs were recently killed in Whistler, British Columbia. The incident came to light when the person who killed them -- an Outdoor Adventures Whistler employee -- filled out a workers' compensation form for post-traumatic stress disorder.
Riesch sister act spoiled by tearsRediff.com27 Feb 2010
Maria Riesch could have been excused for indulging in wild celebrations after outshining Lindsey Vonn by capturing a second Olympic Alpine skiing gold medal on Friday. The modest German, however, refrained from yelling and jumping up and down too much in the finish area after braving awful conditions to claim the final women's event, the slalom.
Winter Olympics: Riesch outshines VonnRediff.com19 Feb 2010
Images from the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Indian skier disappoints at Winter OlympicsRediff.com17 Feb 2010
India's disappointing performance in the Winter Olympic Games continued with Armyman Tashi Lundup finishing a distant 83rd in the men's 15km Free Cross-country Skiing event in Vancouver.
Swiss minnow shimmers in gold, China break recordRediff.com16 Feb 2010
Swiss skier, Didier Defago, flew out of the shadows of his more illustrious team-mates to win his country's first men's Olympic downhill title for 22 years on Monday.
Luge death darkens mood at Winter GamesRediff.com13 Feb 2010
A Georgian luger died in a horrific crash on a training run on Friday, casting a shadow as Vancouver opened the Winter Games with a daredevil snowboarder, an aboriginal welcome, and Wayne Gretzky lighting the cauldron.
Images: Luge crash death overshadows Games big dayRediff.com13 Feb 2010
Nodar Kumaritashvili, a 21-year-old Georgian luger, died after a horrifying crash in training on Friday, casting a pall over the Winter Olympics hours before the Games were to be declared open.
Critics question claims of 'Green' Winter GamesRediff.com11 Feb 2010
Sites for Vancouver's Winter Olympics boast low-flow toilets that use rainwater to flush, energy efficient grass-clad roofs and separate bins for compostable waste, setting them on course to meet ambitious environmental targets, organisers said on Wednesday.
Indralogathil Na Azhagappan is frivolousRediff.com1 Feb 2008
Fans of Vadivelu began groaning halfway through the movie and quite a few of them walked out 30 minutes before the climax.
Why popcorn doesn't pop!Rediff.com19 Apr 2005
A Purdue University team has the answer.
Nistelrooy gets two match banRediff.com2 Jul 2004
The Dutch striker has been banned for two World Cup qualifying matches for insulting referee Anders Frisk.
UEFA takes action against NistelrooyRediff.com1 Jul 2004
The Dutch striker insulted Swedish referee Anders Frisk after the Euro 2004 semi-final against Portugal.
Nistelrooy slams refereeRediff.com1 Jul 2004
The frustrated Dutch striker said Swedish referee Anders Frisk ruled everything in favour of Portugal.