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Govt sets up team to probe 3 Gandhi family trustsRediff.com1 days ago
The inter-ministerial committee will coordinate investigation against Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust and Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust.
PIX: Rain spoils long-awaited international cricket returnRediff.com1 days ago
After a 117-day absence, international cricket returned in familiar fashion on Wednesday as rain and bad light restricted the first Test between England and West Indies to 17.4 overs and the hosts closed a frustrating day on 35-1.
'Happy birthday to undisputed Dada of Indian cricket'Rediff.com1 days ago
India's current and former cricketers took to social media to wish one of India's greatest captains and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, who celebrated his 48th birthday on Wednesday.
'I take COVID-19 patients to hospitals'Rediff.com2 days ago
'My biggest fear is if I get infected will I get admission in a good hospital and how much money will the hospital charge for my treatment.'
'Sourav always showed faith in me'Rediff.com3 days 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.'
'Her dance numbers were not just about dancing'Rediff.com3 days ago
'A whole universe of feelings and moods went into them.'
'It is difficult for us to get rid of China overnight'Rediff.com3 days ago
'China feels India will be hard-pressed not to go after China because we are so badly dependent on them -- and that is the reality.'
Ganguly made India into a tough, determined side: HussainRediff.com5 days ago
Hussain was speaking with Ian Bishop and Elma Smit as part of the ICC podcast titled 'Cricket Inside Out' when the former England captain was asked about the 2002 NatWest final.
Why the BJP is targeting the GandhisRediff.com7 days ago
'Behind the BJP's anti-Congress crusade is an attempt to divert attention from the Ladakh standoff,' explains Amulya Ganguli.
'This Chinese behaviour, aggression and brutality has not been seen for a very long time'Rediff.com7 days ago
'This Chinese behaviour we have not seen for a very long time.' 'This sort of build up on the border, this pattern in Chinese behaviour, and especially the aggression and brutality with which our people were attacked on the 15th of June, this is not something we have seen before.'
Mohabbatein to Billu: SRK in the 2000sRediff.com1 Jul 2020
Joginder Tuteja presents the movie milestones in Shah Rukh Khan's career.
Exclusive! How this man transformed India's battingRediff.com1 Jul 2020
'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.'
Online classes: How students are being left behindRediff.com1 Jul 2020
Millions of Indian children lack access to online education as they do not have smartphones, computers or an Internet connection.
Abhishek Bachchan's #RoadTo20Rediff.com1 Jul 2020
Abhishek has been posting fond memories and interesting anecdotes on Instagram, recapping his #RoadTo20.
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:
Raghuvir Yadav: Masterful Actor For All SeasonsRediff.com26 Jun 2020
On his birthday on June 25, Sukanya Verma celebrates some of Raghuvir Yadav's best roles on big screen and small.
Factbox: List of trophies won by LiverpoolRediff.com26 Jun 2020
List of trophies won by Liverpool since they were founded in 1892:
'If our troops had fired, anything could have happened'Rediff.com25 Jun 2020
'It could have moved from the use of small arms to artillery fire.' 'Anything could have happened like what happens on the LoC.'
From BJS to BJP: The Road TravelledRediff.com25 Jun 2020
'The BJP's constitution promises allegiance to India's secularism and socialism.' 'This is the oath that it makes all its members sign,' observes Aakar Patel.
Football Extras: Mourinho defends Kane's recordRediff.com22 Jun 2020
News of all that transpired on and off the football field.
Petrol, diesel at record high post 16th price hikeRediff.com22 Jun 2020
In 16 days, petrol price has been hiked by Rs 8.3 per litre and diesel by Rs 9.46 - a record increase in rates of the fuel in any fortnight since pricing was deregulated in April 2002.
How captain Ganguly transformed Indian cricketRediff.com20 Jun 2020
Former chairman of selectors Kris Srikkanth likened Sourav Ganguly with West Indies great Clive Lloyd, and described the current BCCI president as a born leader, who inspired the Indian cricket team to dream big on foreign shores.
Don't miss! Ganguly and Nasser Hussain's banterRediff.com20 Jun 2020
Sourav Ganguly and Nasser Hussain indulged in a funny banter regarding the 2002 Natwest Trophy finals.
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.
When the curse of suicide haunted showbizRediff.com15 Jun 2020
The likes of iconic actor-director Guru Dutt, South star Silk Smitha, actor Jiah Khan and now, Sushant Singh Rajput gave up on life in the Indian film industry.
Landing a plane at the world's highest airfieldRediff.com15 Jun 2020
The sortie had to be executed in good weather and in sub-zero temperatures, which meant it was to be accomplished by mid or third week in May before the earth heated up and the monsoon clouds made things difficult.
UP Cabinet passes ordinance to prevent cow slaughterRediff.com9 Jun 2020
For the first offence, a person can be given a rigorous punishment of one to seven years with a fine ranging from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 3 lakh.
How Chhetri became one of India's greatest footballersRediff.com9 Jun 2020
Sunil Chhetri, who will complete 15 years in international football on June 12, is India's highest goal-scorer with 72 strikes from 115 matches. He is the second highest goal-scorer in international football in the world among active players behind Portugal superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentine maestro Lionel Messi.
Why Jasprit Bumrah is So SpecialRediff.com8 Jun 2020
'He didn't want to be a stagnant cricketer, he always wanted to work hard.'
'I was fighting with myself, always thinking of improving my game'Rediff.com5 Jun 2020
'Dhoni was the captain and everyone else was battling for the second wicket-keeper's slot.' 'I was fighting with myself, always thinking of improving my game, getting better personally, not comparing myself with anyone else.'
VVS Laxman hails 'never give up' trait of Anil KumbleRediff.com1 Jun 2020
VVS Laxman shared a photo of Anil Kumble as part of his initiative of paying tribute to his teammates who influenced him immensely.
Why India must protest China's Hong Kong policyRediff.com30 May 2020
'India need to look beyond the economic prism.' 'China had no qualms in taking the Kashmir issue to the UN Security Council last year -- not once, but thrice -- thus violating Indian sensitivities,' observes China expert Srikanth Kondapalli.
Ajit Jogi: The politician who never gave upRediff.com29 May 2020
The first chief minister of Chhattisgarh, was known in the political circles as someone who never gave up despite defeats, controversies and debilitating health issues.
'A magician with a hockey stick'Rediff.com28 May 2020
'If he is being spoken in the same breath as Dhyan Chand, then you can image how good he was.'
Virus can travel 20 feet, 6 ft inadequate: StudyRediff.com27 May 2020
From these past studies, the scientists said both the aerodynamics of the droplets, and their heat and mass exchange process with the environment can determine the effectiveness of virus prohttps://www.rediff.com/news/report/pix-how-indians-are-maintaining-social-distance/20200326.htmpagation.
Heat wave in several parts of north, west IndiaRediff.com26 May 2020
Several parts of north and west India reeled under scorching heat wave with the temperature touching 50 degree Celsius in Rajasthan's Churu district on Tuesday, even as the meteorological department predicted very heavy rainfall in Assam and Meghalaya till May 28.
SPORTS! Get ready to be quizzed!Rediff.com22 May 2020
Take our quiz to find out just how much you know.
India records biggest single-day spike with 5,611 COVID-19 casesRediff.com20 May 2020
The number of active COVID-19 cases stood at 61,149, while 42,297 people have recovered and one patient has migrated.
Why Indian umpires face a huge challenge post COVID-19Rediff.com19 May 2020
Lack of experience, especially in Tests, will pose a "huge challenge" for Indian umpires when they get down to officiate in the post coronavirus world, believe current and former officials. The ICC Cricket Committee on Monday recommended the appointment of local match officials (umpires and match referees) in the short-term to avoid international travel in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reformed underworld don Muthappa Rai passes awayRediff.com15 May 2020
Rai, 68, was suffering from brain cancer for the past one year and was admitted at Manipal Hospital on Old Airport Road, where he died at 2.30 am.