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Here's why Konta will cherish every moment against Serena
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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 ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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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.com1 month ago You are my role model: Aamir reaches out to trolled Dangal star Zaira Wasim  Rediff.com1 month ago 'Dangal' star apologises after being trolled for meeting Mufti  Rediff.com1 month ago

New York City Immigrant Affairs chief: I was in tears

'This is not the country certainly that my parents came to -- right? -- that they have made their home.''Many of the people who were detained for hours on end were people like my family, right?''You would never treat your own mother, never treat your own aunt, the way people were being treated.'Nisha Agarwal, commissioner of the New York mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs and the daughter of Indian immigrants, discusses Donald Trump's executive order on immigration with Rediff.com's Vaihayasi ...
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Your old computer can educate a child thanks to them

Raghav tells Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier how he and his cousin Mukund co-founded Renew IT, which refurbishes discarded computers and makes them affordable for the poor in rural India. IMAGE: Renew IT gives refurbished computers to registered NGOs and educational institutions at a subsidised price.It also helps them set up training institutes and BPOs in rural areas and computer labs in government schools.Photograph: Kind courtesy Renew IT Raghav, 33, and his cousin Mukund, 35, were born into a ...
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Never giving up and repaying the faith: Yuvi doing it his way

'There was a time when I was wondering whether to continue or not to continue. I think a lot of people have helped me throughout this journey. So, never giving up is my theory. So I never gave up, kept working hard. I knew times will change' IMAGE: Yuvraj Singh celebrates on reaching his century against England during the 2nd ODI in Cuttack on Thursday. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters Yuvraj Singh did contemplate retirement at one stage after his fight with cancer but it was skipper Virat ...
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#WheelchairWarrior: This 26 yr old's courage will amaze you

A specially abled Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta tells Tista Sengupta that he wants to make his life a message to all wheelchair warriors. 30 Under 30: The world is watching these Indian super achievers IMAGE: Meet the wheelchair warrior and India's first #WheelchairWanderlust Competition winner Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta.All photographs: Kind courtesy Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta He is 26. And has survived 50 fractures. He might be in a wheelchair. But he lives life king-size. A self-taught graphic designer, who ...
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Being old in the digital age

Very few things can faze Madhukar V Kulkarni, a cop of 30 years. Yet, an innocuous smartphone scares him. For the 88 year old and others like him in Maharashtra's cities, tech classes have stepped in to teach them how to embrace Skype & WhatsApp and stay connected with their families. Ranjita Ganesan reports. IMAGE: Several senior citizens in pockets of Mumbai and Pune are signing up for for smartphone orientation classes to overcome their inhibitions with technology. The need for it ...
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Sudha Murty: India has not been united for 2,000 years

Sudha Murty worries that India has still not learnt its lessons from history, she tells Rediff.com's Savera R Someshwar.Videos: Afsar Datayar/Rediff.com Part 1: Sudha Murty: We are not an equal society IMAGE: "Successful people are those who face a lot of difficulties but convert every failure into a step to go up," say Sudha Murty. Photograph: Afsar Dayatar/Rediff.com "I don't do any housework," Sudha Murty confesses to gales of laughter. "I want to admit that right now." And cooking makes ...
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China's big bucks luring soccer's talent

Carlos Tevez will be paid £615,000 a week at Shanghai Shenhua, making him the world's best paid footballer -- his salary is now more than Cristiano Ronaldo's and Lionel Messi's!China is offering money world football has never seen, report Dhruv Munjal and Shakya Mitra.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com With great power comes the instinct to hoard. China loves to claim ownership of land masses in foreign countries, international water bodies, and, perhaps a little more deservingly, to a ...
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Note ban 'most terrible' decision of Modi government: Chidambaram

Opposition in Rajya Sabha on Thursday tore into the government for presenting a “disappointing” budget, with Congress leader P Chidambaram terming note ban as the “most terrible” decision and alleging that graft and black money have continued to thrive and large sections adversely affected. The former finance minister also criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the words he chose to attack his predecessor Manmohan Singh, saying he should remember that the ...
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