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What happens in a Mumbai high-flyers club...

Ranjita Ganesan visits The Indus Club, which is not just another old boys' club. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ Groucho Marx, the Hollywood comedian, quipped famously that he did not want to belong to any club that would have him as a member. The attitude appears vastly different among high-flyers today, especially in Mumbai where elite gymkhanas claim exorbitant fees and have long waiting periods for membership. It is likely this which encouraged Harish Thawani to recently build what ..., 2 months ago

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Is India descending into mob rule?

On Thursday a 15-year-old Muslim boy, returning home from Eid shopping with his three brothers, was killed in a brutal assault by a mob of about 20 men on a train in the north Indian state of Haryana. Police say that the reason for Junaid Khan's murder - in which his three siblings were also injured by the knife-wielding mob - was mainly because of a row over seat space on the train. Read ...
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Kumble exit seen as triumph for player power

'So you want softies. You want somebody to just tell you, 'ok boys, don't practice today because you guys are not feeling well, ok take a holiday, go shopping'. You want that kind of a person.' 'This is sending a signal for the next coach -- either bow down to what the players want you to do, otherwise you, like one of India's cricket legends Anil Kumble, will have to step down.' IMAGE: Anil Kumble. Photograph: BCCI Anil Kumble's departure as head coach despite a successful year at the helm ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

7-yr-old Mumbai girl wins bronze at junior chess meet in UK

Mumbai girl Ahana Shah has won a bronze medal with a score of 4 points out of 5 in the Under-7 category of the 2017 Kenilworth Junior Open Rapid Chess Tournament in the United Kingdom. Ahana, a second grade student of the Dhirubhai Ambani International School in Mumbai, managed to finish in third position in the tournament last weekend. The seven-year-old Mumbai girl was the only unrated participant competing with other boys and girls having an ECF rating as high as 36 and 42, which is ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

London terror attack: 19-year-old arrested in raids

A 19-year-old boy has been held by detectives probing the London Bridge attack, on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts following a raid in Barking, east London.The Scotland Yard has confirmed the arrest, which brings the total to 21 arrests in the case.Meanwhile, detectives from the Metropolitan Police's counter-terrorism command are searching for another suspect in Barking where a 28-year-old man was arrested on Saturday, reports Guardian.A total of seven men are in custody after the June 3 ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 12-year-old 'intruder' sent by terrorists held along LoC  Rediff.com1 month ago Army apprehends 12-yr-old 'intruder' from PoK  Rediff.com1 month ago Kerala: 21-year-old girl arrested for sexually assaulting minor  Rediff.com2 months ago

This girl was mistaken for a boy, thrown out of tourney

US football greats cheer Nebraska girl barred from competition IMAGE: Mili Hernandez, 8 year old female soccer player seen in undated photo released by WOWT NBC in Omaha, Nebraska, US, June 6, 2017. Photograph: WOWT NBC Omaha/Handout via REUTERS Pixie haircuts may be the new rage on the girl's football field now that superstar Mia Hamm cheered an 8-year-girl whose Nebraska team was booted from a tournament after officials insisted she was a boy. US football legend Hamm and Olympic football ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Sushma keeps her promise, Pak toddler with heart ailment gets visa

The Indian High Commission in Pakistan on Friday issued visas to an ailing two-and-a-half-year-old Pakistani boy and his parents after Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj promised they would be allowed to travel to India for treatment.To bring you up to speed, Ken Sid, a Pakistani national, had reached out to Swaraj through Twitter for a medical visa for his son, who has a heart complication which cannot be treated in Pakistan.The family had been trying to get a visa for three ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Sushma does it again, helps Pak toddler with heart ailment to get visa  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Review Sachin A Billion Dreams: SACH is Life

Diehard Tendulkar fan actress Saiyami Kher reviews Sachin A Billion Dreams.A Exclusive! There is an old blanket in my cupboard about to give way any minute. But it's the blanket that was wrapped around me when I was born, and I've had it since then. Even now, when I'm looking for comfort, I open the cupboard and pull out this soft piece of cloth and it puts a smile on my face. That is what it feels like when we are re-watching Sachin Tendulkar's life on the big screen. Whenever there ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

In Bengaluru, man carries home son's body on two-wheeler

In yet another such instance, a man carried the body of his three-year-old son on a two-wheeler from a government hospital in Bengaluru to his home. The boy had been knocked down by a vehicle near Karpur Gate in Anekal on Sunday evening and when his father, a migrant labourer from Assam, took him to the Anekal government hospital, he was declared “brought dead”, police said. The father then took back the body on a two-wheeler. A video showing it has gone viral, following which the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago SHOCKING: Man carries body of son after hospital denies help  Rediff.com1 month ago

US teen spits on Muslim classmate; tries to yank off her hijab

A 16-year-old Muslim girl was spat upon and abused by her classmate who even tried to pull her hijab off in a city school in the US.The 15-year-old boy was on an elevator with the victim inside the High School for Law Enforcement and Public Safety in Jamaica in the New York City when he called her a "Muslim b---h!" and spit on her, police said.He then tugged on her hijab in an attempt to rip it off her head, they said.The girl then told school officials, who reported the incident to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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