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EPL PIX: Liverpool held to goalless draw by UnitedRediff.com46 minutes ago
The result leaves United on 37 points, two ahead of second-placed Leicester City, while Juergen Klopp's Liverpool side are third on 34 points after 18 games.
Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Haryana beat Delhi to top Group ERediff.com1 hour ago
Andhra's chase was anchored by right-handed opener Hebbar, who hammered six boundaries and a six, despite losing partners at the other end.
ISL: FC Goa keep it late to hold ATK Mohun BaganRediff.com1 hour ago
FC Goa returned the favour just four minutes later when Seriton Fernandes and Alberto Noguera played a quick one-two, before sending the former free on the right flank.
South Africa squad clears COVID tests in PakistanRediff.com2 hours ago
The South African squad arrived in Pakistan without the services of their Indian performance analyst, Prasanna Agoram as he was not issued a visa for the tour by the Pakistan embassy in Pretoria.
Apex Council meeting: BCCI undecided on Ranji scheduleRediff.com2 hours ago
A decision on Ranji Trophy was expected to be taken in the meeting on Sunday but the members could not find a consensus, despite BCCI president Sourav Ganguly batting firmly for the prestigious first-class tournament.
'Shardul was eager to get to his fifty, knew a 6 was coming'Rediff.com3 hours ago
Thakur, Sundar talk us through their record-breaking partnership.
Thakur's hard grind from 10-ball Test debut to Brisbane heroicsRediff.com3 hours ago
Shardul took three wickets with the ball in Australia's first innings and then top-scored for India with a 67 as he got involved with Washington Sundar (62) in a fine rear-guard fightback to keep India in contention.
Shiv Sena to contest West Bengal assembly polls: RautRediff.com3 hours ago
Raut, however, didn't specify the number of seats the Sena will contest in Bengal.
Farmers to go ahead with tractor rally on R-Day in DelhiRediff.com3 hours ago
A farmer union leader alleged that the National Investigation Agency is filing cases against those who are part of the protest or supporting it.
Johnson invites PM Modi to UK for G7 summit in JuneRediff.com3 hours ago
Johnson also reiterated his plan to visit India ahead of the G7 summit, after a scheduled visit for Republic Day this month was called off due to the coronavirus crisis.
SC panel on farm laws to hold first meeting on Jan 19Rediff.com3 hours ago
The Supreme Court may take into account the matter of recusal of the member from the panel on Monday when it is scheduled to hear the pleas relating to the controversial farm laws and the farmers protests.
447 reported adverse effects after Covid-19 vaccination: GovtRediff.com3 hours ago
Out of the 447 adverse events following immunisation, only 3 required hospitalisation.
Legendary classical musician Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan passes awayRediff.com5 hours ago
Melody queen Lata Mangeshkar, Sitar maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan and music composer AR Rahman also paid tributes to the musician.
Australian Open to go ahead despite players' quarantine angerRediff.com5 hours ago
Forty-seven players and their entourages have to isolate for two weeks in their hotel rooms in Melbourne and are no longer able to leave them to train after infections were reported on two chartered flights carrying them to Melbourne.
Galle Test: Leach takes five wickets as England near victoryRediff.com5 hours ago
There was disaster for the visitors when captain Joe Root (1), who scored a superb 228 in the first innings, was run out by a direct his from wicketkeeper Niroshan Dickwella to leave England teetering at 14 for three.
Give up stubborn stand, come for Jan 19 meet: Govt to farmersRediff.com6 hours ago
The government wants farmer leaders to come for clause by clause discussion at the next meeting on January 19. Except for the demand of repealing the laws, the government is ready to consider "seriously and with an open heart" other alternatives, he said.
Biden-Harris inauguration ceremony kicks off with 'Kolam'Rediff.com6 hours ago
Pictures of thousands of Kolam tiles were on Saturday woven into a video to welcome Biden and Harris in the spirit of 'Presidency for All' and to showcase the multi-cultural heritage of America.
Farmers ready to protest till May 2024: Union leaderRediff.com6 hours ago
On National Investigation Agency's notices to some people supporting the farmers' protest, he said, "Those who want to be part of the agitation must be ready for court cases, imprisonment and sealing of property."
NZ all-rounder Neesham undergoes surgeryRediff.com7 hours ago
Neesham, who struggled for form in the Indian Premier League last year, is expected to return to action for the back end of the ongoing Super Smash tournament, where Wellington are currently leading the table.
Ram temple trust received around Rs 100 cr donationRediff.com7 hours ago
The Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra trust is conducting a mass contact and contribution campaign for the construction of the grand temple in Ayodhya which began on January 15 and will go on till February 27.
Furious with division being created on the basis of religion: Naseeruddin ShahRediff.com8 hours ago
'We have taught our children about every religion. But we have never told them that they belong to any particular religion. I always believed that these differences would slowly fade away'
20 Indian-Americans in Biden administration, 17 at key WH positionsRediff.com8 hours ago
It is also for the first time ever that so many Indian-Americans have been roped into a presidential administration ever before the inauguration. Biden, a Democrat, is still quite far away from filling all the positions in his administration.
Washington-Shardul partnership was outstanding: PontingRediff.com8 hours ago
'And with India we see that they just keep fighting. They've been up for the battle and the contest right the way through this series so far.'
I'm no dud with the bat, says India's batting hero ThakurRediff.com8 hours ago
'I do work on my batting in the nets. We wait for these moments, these opportunities, to contribute with the bat.'
Hazlewood shrugs off fatigue claims after India tail's fightRediff.com9 hours ago
'We just let them off the hook there and probably didn't build pressure the way we wanted to.'
Kolkata nurse fainted after taking Covid vaccine, stableRediff.com9 hours ago
The nurse was on Saturday admitted to hospital as she complained of uneasiness and fainted shortly after taking the shot, during the nationwide vaccination programme.
Sundar registers highest score for No 7 debutant in AusRediff.com10 hours ago
Sundar went on to play a knock of 62 runs in his debut Test
SC to hear pleas on farm laws and farmers' stir on MondayRediff.com10 hours ago
A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of India Sharad Arvind Bobde will hear the application on January 18 along with pleas raising the issue of farmers protesting at Delhi borders.
PICS: Washington, Thakur rally India with gritty knocksRediff.com11 hours ago
Having finally bowled India out for 336, Australia finished Day 3 on 21 for no loss, an overall lead of 54 runs in the final match of a see-saw series which remains level at 1-1.
UP records highest COVID-19 vaccination on Day 1Rediff.com11 hours ago
The highest number of vaccines were administered in UP at 21,291 followed by Andhra Pradesh at 18,412, Maharashtra at 18,328, Bihar at 18,169, Odisha at 13,746, Karnataka at 13,594, Gujarat at 10,787, Rajasthan at 9,279, West Bengal at 9,730, Madhya Pradesh at 9,219, Kerala at 8,062.
PICS: Australia vs India, 4th Test, Day 3Rediff.com11 hours ago
Images from Day 3 of the fourth Test between Australia and India, at the Gabba, on Sunday.
2 gorillas at US zoo test positive for COVID-19Rediff.com12 hours ago
According to the zoo, two of the gorillas had started coughing on Wednesday, following which San Diego Zoo Global initiated the process of testing fecal samples from them for SARS-CoV-2 through the California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System.
Kohli lauds Washington Sundar, Shardul ThakurRediff.com12 hours ago
Sundar and Shardul Thakur registered their half-centuries on day three of the ongoing fourth Test against Australia.
Courts must be open to public scrutiny, criticism: SalveRediff.com12 hours ago
Salve said criticism of judges, judicial overreach and the manner of functioning is not scandalising courts, and the language in which such criticism is addressed should be treated with a grin.
Only Spectator to See Root SpecialRediff.com13 hours ago
Rob Lewis watched the first Test -- which is being played minus spectators -- from the ramparts of the Galle Fort, which overlooks the Galle cricket stadium.
Star Wars Day at the Gabba!Rediff.com13 hours ago
There were a bunch of Aussie fans dressed up as Stormtroopers from the Star Wars movies trying to egg their team on at the Gabba in Brisbane.
COVID-19: India records 15,144 new casesRediff.com14 hours ago
According to the Indian Council of Medical Research, a cumulative total of 18,65,44,868 samples have been tested up to January 16 with 7,79,377 samples being tested on Saturday.
PICS: Leicester march on, Chelsea end slumpRediff.com17 hours ago
A summary of Saturday's action in the Premier League.
India rolls out world's largest vaccination drive against COVID-19Rediff.com1 days ago
The first COVID-19 vaccine shots in India were given on Saturday to nearly two lakh frontline healthcare and sanitary workers as Prime Minister Narendra Modi rolled out the world's largest inoculation drive against the pandemic that has caused 1,52,093 deaths and upended millions of lives in the country.
Vaccination drive hailed as decisive moment in fight against COVID-19Rediff.com1 days ago
Loud applause and cheers rang out as the first jabs were administered to frontline workers at hospitals and healthcare centres across the country on Saturday at the start of the gargantuan COVID-19 vaccination exercise, hailed as a 'momentous' occasion in India's fight against the pandemic.