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Chelsea edge Villareal in spot kicks to win Super CupRediff.com12 Aug 2021
Gerard Moreno -- who scored against Manchester United before the Europa League final in Gdansk went to penalties -- rescued Unai Emery's side in the 73rd with a side-foot finish after a back-heel from Boulaye Dia.
Reminded me of my mother: Biden on meeting UK's QueenRediff.com14 Jun 2021
The US president took part in an Inspection of the Guard of Honor and then joined the queen and first lady to watch a military march. Afterwards, the three went into the queen's apartment for tea, The Hill noted.
Meghan and Harry welcome daughter Lilibet 'Lili' DianaRediff.com7 Jun 2021
Lili is the first of the Queen's great-grandchildren to be born outside the United Kingdom as Harry and Meghan relocated to California in the US last year after they stepped back as frontline royals.
UK's Queen to meet US President Biden on June 13Rediff.com3 Jun 2021
US President Biden will visit UK later this month for the G7 Summit. The summit will be held at Carbis Bay in Cornwall, on June 11-13.
Britain's Prince Philip laid to rest in royal ceremonyRediff.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'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 funeralRediff.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 deathRediff.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.
William, Harry pay tribute to 'extraordinary' grandpa Prince PhilipRediff.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 coffinRediff.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 PhilipRediff.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 awayRediff.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.
A life in pictures - Britain's Prince PhilipRediff.com9 Apr 2021
From his early years to the duties and pleasures of royal life, we take a look at the life of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Race, title, anguish: Meghan, Harry explain royal riftRediff.com8 Mar 2021
In her sit-down interview with Oprah, Meghan said the palace decreed that Archie would not have any title, a move she says was "different from the protocol."
'The broadest bat in the world'Rediff.com6 Mar 2021
K N Prabhu, the doyen of cricket writers, salutes Sunil Manohar Gavaskar, who appeared for the first time in Test cricket 50 years ago today, March 6, 1971.
Crowd buzz missing as players grind it out at Aus OpenRediff.com13 Feb 2021
Play at the Australian Open continued amid the lockdown, but fans were banned through Wednesday. Thousands were forced to leave mid-matches before midnight on Friday.
UK lockdown hero Captain Tom dies of COVID at 100Rediff.com3 Feb 2021
When the war veteran set out to walk 100 laps of his garden in Marston Moretaine in Bedfordshire before his 100th birthday, he was aiming to raise a humble 1,000. But his determination to complete the challenge while using a walking frame captured the public's imagination during the pandemic and within days he had raised tens of millions of pounds, with the figure continuing to grow even after he had completed the 100th lap.
Queen likely to host Biden at Buckingham Palace: ReportRediff.com31 Jan 2021
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is expected to host US President Joe Biden at Buckingham Palace ahead of the G7 summit scheduled between June 11 and 13.
Phelps says world records unlikely in Tokyo OlympicsRediff.com11 Dec 2020
Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Friday.
Qualifiers: Veteran Pandev sends North Macedonia to EurosRediff.com13 Nov 2020
Hungary reach Euro finals with last-gasp 2-1 win over Iceland
Gandhi's iconic glasses sold for record 260,000 in UKRediff.com23 Aug 2020
The auction house said that the lot had attracted interest from all over the world, including bids from India, Qatar, American, Russia, Canada.
Spectacles worn by Gandhi emerge at UK auctionRediff.com9 Aug 2020
East Bristol Auctions in Hanham, south-west England, said on Sunday that they were pleasantly surprised to find that the spectacles, dropped through their letterbox in an envelope, may have such a rich history behind it.
Check out India's ambitious plan to qualify for FIFA World CupRediff.com3 Aug 2020
Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju on Monday said the government is riding on "mainstay" football to make India a sporting powerhouse and announced the formation of five zonal committees to hunt talent across the country.
Chennai City FC to play AFC Cup group matches in MaldivesRediff.com21 Jul 2020
Chennai City FC, the 2018-19 I-League champions, will play their remaining AFC Cup group stage matches in Maldives with the island nation being given the hosting rights following the continental body's decision to organise the games in a single venue. The Asian Football Confederation's decision, prompted by the rising COVID-19 case count in many countries, was announced by Maldives Sports Minister Ahmed Mahloof.
Sports Shorts: BWF puts four-term limit on president's roleRediff.com19 Jul 2020
Australia's winter sports community has been forced back into mourning with the sudden death of 20-year-old Olympic figure skater Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya in Moscow.
Arise Sir Tom! Queen knights 100-yr-old fundraising CaptainRediff.com17 Jul 2020
The World War II veteran earned himself a knighthood after raising some 33 million for health service charities.
UK Queen's granddaughter weds in secret ceremonyRediff.com17 Jul 2020
Beatrice, 31, and Mozzi, 37, had been due to marry at the Chapel Royal, at St James's Palace in London with 150 guests in May but postponed the plans amid the coronavirus lockdown.
UK queen's official birthday marked with smaller ceremonyRediff.com13 Jun 2020
The monarch, who turned 94 in April, was honoured on the grounds of Windsor Castle -- where she is self-isolating with 99-year-old husband Prince Philip -- with a small number of Welsh Guardsmen and military musicians.
Princess Charlotte to mark birthday with virtual party with QueenRediff.com27 Apr 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are isolating at their Anmer Hall residence in Norfolk, eastern England, during the coronavirus lockdown have planned all the usual trimmings of birthday cake and some games as well as a surprise video call from her great grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
Why an American town honoured this desi COVID-19 warriorRediff.com24 Apr 2020
More than 90 police cars, fire brigade engines and other city government vehicles saluted Dr Uma Rani Madhusudana for her non-stop, tirelessly devoted work in the care of COVID-19 patients at a hospital over 8 difficult and dangerous days.
William admits coronavirus fears for Charles, QueenRediff.com17 Apr 2020
William, the Duke of Cambridge who is second in line to the throne, also spoke of his worry for his grandparents -- Queen Elizabeth II, 93, and her husband Prince Philip, 98 -- who are both isolated away at Windsor Castle during the pandemic.
UK PM stable in ICU, remains in 'good spirits'Rediff.com7 Apr 2020
Johnson spent the Monday night in the ICU at a London hospital in a move Downing Street said was a "precaution" should the British prime minister require ventilation to aid his recovery from COVID-19.
UK Queen says collective effort will defeat COVID-19Rediff.com6 Apr 2020
The 93-year-old British monarch and Head of the 54-member Commonwealth of nations which includes India, acknowledged the grief, pain and financial difficulties being faced the world over during this "time of disruption" and expressed the hope that the whole world was uniting in a 'common endeavour'.
10 Ways to Survive the LockdownRediff.com3 Apr 2020
Sreehari Nair lists some movies, documentaries, recorded-performance films, and literature and music suggestions that might help.
Cricket's DLS method inventor Lewis passes awayRediff.com2 Apr 2020
Tony Lewis, the former university lecturer better known for one of the most complex rules of cricket -- the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method which is used in rain-affected matches, died at the age of 78.
Britain's Prince Charles recovers from COVID-19, out of isolationRediff.com30 Mar 2020
The 71-year-old heir to the British throne had been self-isolating on the Queen's Balmoral estate in Scotland after he had been tested by the National Health Service (NHS) in Aberdeenshire last week.
US won't pay for Prince Harry, Meghan's security: TrumpRediff.com30 Mar 2020
Earlier this year, the couple had announced that they would step back from their royal family roles and earned the support of Queen Elizabeth II.
UK PM, health secretary test positive for COVID-19Rediff.com27 Mar 2020
In a video message posted on social media, the British prime minister said that he will continue to lead the United Kingdom government's response to the deadly virus, which has claimed 578 lives.
Harry, Meghan leave Canada to set up base in US: ReportRediff.com27 Mar 2020
The couple, who will formally cease to represent Queen Elizabeth II from April 1 as part of a 12-month transition period agreed with Buckingham Palace, had been living in a mansion in Vancouver since their last formal United Kingdom visit earlier this month. The newspaper quoted the source as saying that their move out to California was planned for some time.
Britain's Prince Charles tests positive for COVID-19Rediff.com26 Mar 2020
The 71-year-old heir to the British throne is self-isolating in Scotland with wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who has tested negative for the deadly virus which has claimed 422 lives in the United Kingdom.