Search results for '2001'.
Have the Chinese got what they wanted?Rediff.com10 hours ago
'Could the Chinese have taken a leaf out of our book?' 'That their unprecedented build-up is their attempt at coercive diplomacy with India?' 'And if so, what is it that they could be expecting as a quid pro quo?' asks Shekhar Gupta.
Dhoni@39: 14 things you didn't knowRediff.com11 hours ago
From TC to Cricket Legend, what an incredible journey Mahi has had!
3 cops suspended in connection to Kanpur attackRediff.com13 hours ago
The reward for the arrest of gangster Vikas Dubey involved in the killing of eight police personnel in Uttar Pradesh has been increased to Rs 2.5 lakh.
'Sourav always showed faith in me'Rediff.com23 hours ago
'The one thing that a cricketer aspires for is earning the respect of the dressing room and that respect is earned only when any player puts his hand up in adverse conditions and does his job for the team.'
SHO suspended over alleged role in Kanpur ambushRediff.com2 days ago
Eight police personnel, including a deputy superintendent of police, were gunned down in a village near Kanpur city by the henchmen of a criminal who lost two of them in a firefight later, officials said.
Shoot him wherever he is: UP gangster Vikas Dubey's motherRediff.com2 days ago
One who has given so much pain to others must pay for his sin, she said.
8 UP cops shot dead in failed raid, 2 criminals killed laterRediff.com3 days ago
The first encounter took place when a police team was approaching to arrest Vikas Dubey, a history-sheeter facing 60 criminal cases, in Dikru village under the Chaubeypur police station on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday, police said.
Australia reverting to Kookaburra ball for Shield cricketRediff.com5 days ago
The Dukes were introduced to the Sheffield Shield in 2016/17 to help prepare Australia's batsmen for the ball used on English pitches in the leadup to the 2019 Ashes.
Mohabbatein to Billu: SRK in the 2000sRediff.com6 days ago
Joginder Tuteja presents the movie milestones in Shah Rukh Khan's career.
Exclusive! How this man transformed India's battingRediff.com6 days ago
'The 2014 Australia tour and the brand of cricket played by the team laid a great foundation of the brilliant run of success enjoyed across all formats and conditions.' 'It also coincided with Virat Kohli enjoying the responsibilities of leading the team and then putting his heart and soul into taking the Indian team to ascend many unconquered summits.'
Abhishek Bachchan's #RoadTo20Rediff.com6 days ago
Abhishek has been posting fond memories and interesting anecdotes on Instagram, recapping his #RoadTo20.
Football Focus: Barcelona buy Pjanic for ArthurRediff.com7 days ago
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field.
Former Wimbledon champ Ivanisevic tests positive for COVID-19Rediff.com26 Jun 2020
Former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic has tested positive for COVID-19 after attending Novak Djokovic's Adria Tour exhibition event which also saw four tennis players test positive. The Croatian tennis great, who coaches World No 1 Djokovic, recently attended the tennis exhibition series in Serbia and Croatia.
List of English league championsRediff.com26 Jun 2020
English champions and runners-up since the league restarted in the 1946-47 season after World War Two:
Factbox: List of trophies won by LiverpoolRediff.com26 Jun 2020
List of trophies won by Liverpool since they were founded in 1892:
Pope writes to Paralympic champ after accidentRediff.com24 Jun 2020
Says he has given 'lesson of humanity'.
Billionaire Hinduja brothers land in court over assetsRediff.com24 Jun 2020
The case has been brought by Srichand Parmanand Hinduja, 84, described as the "patriarch" of the family, against brothers G P Hinduja, 80, P P Hinduja, 75, and A P Hinduja, 69, and revolves around the "validity and effect" of a letter dated July 2, 2014. The letter includes statements to the effect that the brothers appoint each other as their executors, and that assets held in any single brother's name belong to all four. A related second letter, dated July 1, 2014, is also linked to the dispute.
India downgrades diplomatic ties with Pak; reduces embassy staffRediff.com24 Jun 2020
The Ministry of External Affairs said the Charge d' Affaires of Pakistan High Commission was summoned and informed about the decision which was based on instances of involvement of Pakistani officials in 'acts of espionage' and 'dealings with terrorist organisations'. The activities of the two Pakistani mission officials caught red-handed and expelled on 31 May 2020 was one example in that regard, MEA said in a statement.
It's comeback time for these actors!Rediff.com23 Jun 2020
It's comeback time for many Bollywood stars. With the OTT platform opening up, quite a few actors, who had taken a break, are getting ready to be seen again!
'Business and war cannot go side by side'Rediff.com22 Jun 2020
'Have you met anyone who said "I will not boycott Chinese products"?'
China: When Modi picked up Nehru's bad habitsRediff.com20 Jun 2020
'As his party's Supreme Leader, Modi has led India down the wrong road by insisting on friendship with China even as its soldiers went about claiming territory,' argues Harishchandra Dighe.
What Rohit must do against AustraliaRediff.com19 Jun 2020
India are scheduled to play four Tests in Australia. Nasser Hussain advised caution to Rohit Sharma at the start of the innings.
Have a day as wonderful as your smooth forehand: Yuvraj wishes Paes on his 47th b'dayRediff.com17 Jun 2020
Yuvraj Singh jokingly said he and Paes could become a good retired doubles partner if the former is looking for one.
India 2nd biggest driver of global energy consumption in 2019Rediff.com17 Jun 2020
The increase in energy consumption was driven by renewables and natural gas, which together contributed three quarters of the expansion.
DMK MLA J Anbazhagan dies of COVID-19Rediff.com10 Jun 2020
The 62-year old MLA, born on June 10, 1958 incidentally died on his 62nd birthday today and he is the first legislator victim of COVID-19 in the state and perhaps the first elected representative to die of the virus induced illness in the country. Anbazhagan battled severe COVID-19 triggered pneumonia and his health condition rapidly deteriorated early morning on Wednesday, Dr Rela Institute and Medical Centre, where he was treated said in a statement.
Why he wants to track humankind's journey around the worldRediff.com6 Jun 2020
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Salopek is on an intercontinental journey of 24,000 miles, tracing humankind's movement out of Africa right down to South America.
A Don Who Rose as Bengaluru RoseRediff.com5 Jun 2020
With Muthappa Rai's death ended a life that highlighted the dark side of Bengaluru's often delirious growth to become India's IT capital
'India's rating downgrade is done at China's behest'Rediff.com5 Jun 2020
'China's investment destination image the world over has taken a beating, therefore investors feel India is a safe haven for investments.' 'FDI is at an all-time high in India.' 'Now after such poor ratings, this FDI amount will fall.' 'Therefore, I am saying these things are happening at China's behest.'
'Injured La Liga players will benefit from break'Rediff.com3 Jun 2020
Second half of abandoned Rayo-Albacete will kick-off proceedings on return.
Babri case: Statements of Advani, others in CBI court from June 4Rediff.com28 May 2020
It is not immediately clear if they have to be present in court or can appear through a video conference due to restrictions imposed to fight the spread of coronavirus.
PCB appoints Saqlain Mushtaq as high performance coachRediff.com28 May 2020
Saqlain Mushtaq has previously worked as a spin bowling coach with Bangladesh, West Indies and England, apart from serving as a consultant for PCB, Cricket Australia and New Zealand Cricket.
Doorstep delivery is the biggest opportunity thrown open by COVID crisisRediff.com26 May 2020
Footfalls will invariably come down to a trickle even after lockdown restrictions go away, and the only way to prevent someone else from poaching your consumer is to go down to the consumer herself. Consumers will prefer products and services to be delivered to their doorstep, hygienically and safely.
Serum Institute's race to produce COVID-19 vaccineRediff.com23 May 2020
'People are already sending congratulatory messages. But I have said, "Please don't until the trials are over".'
Why BJP snagging Duraisamy from DMK is not a big thingRediff.com23 May 2020
V P Duraisamy's exit will in no way upset the poll scene in western Tamil Nadu, says N Sathiya Moorthy.
Bollywood's background dancers look for help to surviveRediff.com21 May 2020
'Earlier I'd send money back home.' 'Now I've to take from them.' 'I'm completely heartbroken, scared for what the future holds.'
Who botched up the migrant crisis?Rediff.com20 May 2020
'Why has this turned out to be one of the greatest humanitarian crisis that has caught the Centre and the states in a bind with no answers to this unexpected tsunami?' asks Brigadier Narender Kumar (retd).
Why I want to sue China for the coronavirus!Rediff.com20 May 2020
'People have been infected. They are responsible for it internationally.' 'They only admitted in February that it is infectious. This proves our case.'
SC allows probe in initial FIR against Arnab Goswami, quashes 14 othersRediff.com20 May 2020
Observing that free citizens cannot exist when the news media is chained to adhere to one position, the court said journalistic freedom lies at 'the core' of the fundamental right to free speech and India's freedom will rest safe as long as journalists can speak to power without being 'chilled by a threat of reprisal'.
India, Pakistan clash over terror at SCO meetRediff.com17 May 2020
'Terrorism continues to be the overwhelming threat to security and stability in the SCO region and therefore Dr Jaishankar strongly pitched for 'collective action',' observes Dr Rajaram Panda.
Medium-intensity earthquake hits DelhiRediff.com10 May 2020
A quake of magnitude 3.4 hit Delhi on Sunday, a third in less than a month.