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Ashley Cole 'spotted enjoying night out with scantily-dressed girls'
Ashley Cole has reportedly hit a London nightclub partying with girls, with the thoughts of ex-wife Cheryl last thing in his mind. ANI

Bernie Ecclestone's daughter Petra signs pre-nup with fianc‚
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone's daughter Petra and her fiance James Stunt have signed a pre-nuptial agreement before they tie the knot later this month. ANI

'England deserves to be ranked the best side in the world,' says Ponting
Australian batsman Ricky Ponting has saluted England's new status as the world's number one ranked Test side. ANI

Finn eyeing England Test return
England fast bowler Steven Finn has said that he is hopeful of forcing his way into the squad for the final Test against India, which starts at The Oval on Thursday. ANI

England name unchanged squad for Oval Test against India
England has named an unchanged 13-man squad for the final Test against India, which starts at The Oval on Thursday. ANI

'Injury hit' McIlory fails to show his best at US PGA championship
Britain's Golf star Rory McIlory has admitted that he failed to give out his best performance during the ongoing US PGA Championship. ANI

Cook vaults into third position in ICC Test rankings after career-best knock
England opening batsman Alastair Cook has vaulted into a career-best third position in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Player Rankings for Test batsmen after his 'Man of the Match' performance in the Edgbaston Test against India. ANI

Ferguson backs Paul Pogba to shine at Man U
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has hinted that Paul Pogba could make a big impression this season alongside other emerging talent like Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck. ANI

Chelsea prepare to sign Brazilian wonder kid Neymar in 40M pounds bid
In a bid to stun Real Madrid, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has given his team's boss Andre Villas-Boas 40 million pounds to sign Brazilian wonder kid Neymar. ANI

England and Cook gobble records in Edgbaston Test
England and opening batsman Alastair Cook went on an incredible statistical blitz and gobbled up records in the third Test match win at Edgbaston against India. ANI

Winning F1 championship title this season 'not an impossible task', says Hamilton
McLaren Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton has said that he can still win the championship title despite being 88 points behind leader and reigning champion Sebastian Vettel. ANI

Vaughan and Stewart predict long-term England dominance
Former England captains Michael Vaughan and Alec Stewart believe that the Andrew Strauss-led team will dominate Test cricket for years to come. ANI

Hussey backs Ponting's decision to play despite quitting captaincy
Australian batsman Michael Hussey has termed Ricky Ponting's decision to stay in the team despite quitting captaincy as 'a good one'. ANI

Man U turn to Mario Goetze after failing to sign Sneijder
Premier League giants Manchester United are eyeing to sign Borussia Dortmund's Mario Goetze after failing to secure a deal with Inter Milan playmaker Wesley Sneijder. ANI

Tiger Woods will never dominate golf again, says Greg Norman
American golfer Tiger Woods has been advised by Australian legend Greg Norman to stop fooling himself and own up to the fact that he will never dominate golf again. ANI

Series about measuring ourselves against best side in the world: Strauss
After defeating India in the third Testat the Edgbaston cricket ground here by an innings and 242 runs to take an unassailable three nil series lead, England captain Andrew Strausssaid on Saturday that the series for his side was about measuring itself against the top ranked team in the world. ANI

Thousands participate in Kerala's famous snake boat race
Thousands of people participated in the annual snake boat race in Alleppey, Kerala state on Saturday. The event was organized at the Punnamada Lake. ANI

Conquering Indian sub-continent key to England staying Test No.1: Ex-cricketer
The Andrew Strauss-led England team can only remain on the Test summit by learning how to win on the brown tracks of Indian and Sri Lanka, former cricketer Vic Marks has said. ANI

'Indian coach Fletcher architect of England's stunning revival in world cricket'
Indian cricket coach Duncan Fletcher must take a great deal of credit for putting in place the foundations upon which the current England team is based. ANI

Cameron hails 'Test champions England' for crushing India
British Prime Minister David Cameron has hailed the performance of his country's cricket team after being crowned as the number one Test side in the world. ANI

Liz Hurley wants 'metrosexual' beau Shane Warne 'to calm down a little'
Liz Hurley is fed up of her spin king boyfriend Shane Warne's metrosexual grooming antics, one of her pals have revealed. ANI

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