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Starc ready for heavier workload in Bengaluru
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Starc ready for heavier workload in Bengaluru

'To shut a few people up and really show that this young team is here to play has been great for the group. But it's one Test win, it's not a series win yet so we'll be doing all we can.' IMAGE: Mitchell Starc celebrates the wicket of Virat Kohli during the first Test in Pune. Photograph: BCCI Australia paceman Mitchell Starc is bracing for a heavier workload in the second Test against India, starting in Bengaluru on Saturday, having hardly broken a sweat in his team's romp in the series ... Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago

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Here's why Konta will cherish every moment against Serena

‘She's one of the players still playing who I looked up to as a young girl wanting to be a professional tennis player," says Konta IMAGE: Johanna Konta eyes childhood dream after setting up Serena Williams clash. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Johanna Konta earned the chance to fulfill a childhood dream when she advanced to an Australian Open quarter-final contest against Serena Williams by dismantling Ekaterina Makarova 6-1, 6-4 on Monday. Serena turns back the ...
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Trolled by Separatists, Dangal star apologises for meeting Mehbooba Mufti

Two days after Dangal star Zaira Wasim met met Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, the young 16-year-old has tweeted an 'unconditional apology" saying she does not want to be anyone's role model. Wasim who played the young Geeta Phogat in Aamir Khan-starrer Dangal, met Mehbooba Mufti who said she was impressed by the young Kashmiri girl's portrayal of a wrestler in the film.She played Commonwealth Games' gold-medal winning Indian wrestler Geeta Phogat as a child in the multiple ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago You are my role model: Aamir reaches out to trolled Dangal star Zaira Wasim  Rediff.com2 months ago 'Dangal' star apologises after being trolled for meeting Mufti  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Indian-Americans honour man who tried to stop Kansas shooter

A 24-year-old American, who took a bullet for an Indian, has been honoured as ‘A True American Hero’ by the Indian-American community in Houston which raised $1,00,000 (Rs 65 lakh) to help him buy a house in his hometown Kansas. Ian Grillot, who was injured when he tried to intervene in the shooting by a Navy veteran targeting Indians at a bar in Olathe, Kansas, last month, was honoured as ‘A True American Hero’ at the 14th annual gala of India House, Houston. Srinivas ...
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Mann ki Baat: PM urges people to use less cash for daily needs

Asking the people to take the fight against black money and graft to the ‘next level’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday urged them to use less cash in their daily lives and continue to support the movement towards digital payments started after the note ban. In his monthly ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme, he also spoke of building a ‘New India’, which he said can be achieved when 125 crore Indians take a pledge and unitedly work towards it. “My dear ...
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'There's more to life than just marks'

At 15, one of India's youngest authors has already written two books on poetry and a novel.Meet the fascinating Zuni Chopra. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com One look at Zuni Chopra in her school uniform and you could easily mistake her for an average 15 year old. But Zuni has already published two books on poetry and has just published The House That Spoke, her first novel. Through the book, which is a magical fantasy tale, she has shown that there's more to Kashmir than just ...
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'Machine is different from Baazigar'

'We believe in the people of our country. No matter how modern they become, they will not forget their culture and emotions. If you write about the emotions and culture, people will like it and relate to it.' Abbas-Mustan return with Machine. IMAGE: Kiara Advani and Mustafa Burmawalla in Machine Brothers Abbas and Mustan Burmawalla haven't stayed apart since the time they were born -- they don't even want to know how it would feel to spend a day away from each other! ...
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Why UP's new CM must improve life in the east

There is nothing the young Purvanchali wants more desperately than to escape to a place with less hopelessness, and some opportunity, discovers Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: A filthy toilet next to the encephalitis ward at the BRD Hospital in Gorakhpur during the encephalitis epidemic in October 2011. Photograph: Nishi Tiwari/Rediff.com Badlands is one of those familiar Americanisms, like ballpark, Wild West and gentrification that feature in our usage more as malapropisms. In Uttar Pradesh, many ...
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Delhi coach Bhaskar made youngsters insecure: Gambhir

Former India captain Gautam Gambhir has said Delhi chief coach KP Bhaskar made talented youngsters "so insecure" that he was left with no option but to ask him a few tough questions. A media report accused Gambhir of engaging in an ugly confrontation with Bhaskar which the two-time World Cup winner rubbished. But Gambhir did not deny that he had asked questions after Delhi's disastrous home season under Bhaskar. "If protecting a youngster is a crime, I am guilty. If making 20-22 year olds feel ...
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A creepy US website is stalking 'Indian crowd'

Amid attacks on Indian-origin people in the United States, an anti-immigration website has caused alarm among the community after featuring a video showing a man secretly filming Indian families at an Ohio park and commenting that the "Indian crowd" has "ravished the Mid-west". The 2:49 minute video is titled 'Welcome to Columbus Ohio Suburbs -- Let's Take a Walk to Indian Park' and according to BuzzFeed News it has been created by 66-year-old computer programmer from Virginia named Steve ...
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