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Ferrari's Alonso wins British Grand Prix
Spanish racing driver and a two-time champion Fernando Alonso ended Ferrari's Formula One victory drought by charging to his team's first victory of the year at the British Grand Prix on Sunday. ANI

Kalka Mail tragedy: Rescue and relief work at full swing
The Indian Railways has said that rescue operations are in full swing at the site where Kalka Mail train derailed on Sunday. ANI

England must build on ODI series win against Sri Lanka: Cook
England captain Alastair Cook has said that the team must build on their success after securing a 3-2 ODI series win over Sri Lanka. ANI

Wills-Kat to be godparents to Becks' baby girl?
Looks like David and Victoria Beckham are 'lining up' the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge as godparents to their new baby girl. ANI

F1 legend Nigel Mansell finds new career in magic
Formula 1 legend Nigel Mansell has discovered a new talent to woo back peoples' accolades - showing his magic tricks. ANI

Rape charges against England cricketer, teammate dropped
Allegations against an England cricketer and his teammate, accused of raping a women in the West Indies have been dropped. ANI

'Troubled' Pakistan becoming fantasy land for documentarians
With Pakistan finding its way on the list of failed states, filmmakers are trying to capture its ground reality in the form of documentaries. ANI

Scholes blasts 'selfish' England players for team's failure
Former English midfielder Paul Scholes has blamed 'selfish' England players who put 'personal ambitions' ahead of the country for the failures of the national side. ANI

Pak should start grooming young captain for 2015 World Cup: Waqar
Pakistan cricket coach Waqar Younis has showered praise on aging captain Misbah-ul-Haq for stabilising the team and leading from the front, but has advised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to start grooming a young skipper for the 2015 World Cup. ANI

Haye must extend retirement date for rematch with Klitschko: Brit boxing legend
British boxing legend Ricky Hatton still believes that David Haye can unify the heavyweight division and called on the former WBA world champion to postpone his retirement. ANI

You deserve much more than Ashley, Derek Hough tells Cheryl Cole
Cheryl Cole's ex-lover Derek Hough has warned her not to get back to her ex-husband Ashley as he thinks the former 'X Factor' judge is 'far too good for him'. ANI

Rooney hooker Helen Wood to star in own reality show
Wayne Rooney's ex-vice girl Helen Wood is all set to star in her own Channel 4 TV reality series, made by team that is famous for its 'The Only Way Is Essex' venture. ANI

India inching towards series win in Dominica Test
India will seek to bundle out the West Indies early on Sunday, the fifth and final day of the third cricket Test between the two sides, and push for a two nil result in the series. ANI

Murray needs killer instinct to be Grand Slam champ: Laver
Australian tennis legend Rod Laver has said that Andy Murray can never end Britain's 75-year wait for a Grand Slam tennis champion if he doesn't learn to kill off his opponents. ANI

Hamilton demands McLaren cut on sponsors to prevent burn out
Racer Lewis Hamilton has said he will agree on a new contract only if McLaren reduces his off-track workload from sponsors. ANI

Determined Cole sees playing for Liverpool as child's play after miserable first season
England mid-fielder Joe Cole has said that he is determined to stay at Liverpool, believing that life at Anfield following a miserable first season will be child's play. ANI

Reds legend Aldridge can't see Torres performing at his best
Though Chelsea have expressed confidence about Fernando Torres coming good next season despite scoring just one goal since his arrival in London for 50 million pounds, Liverpool legend John Aldridge has warned that the new system won't be enough to bring back the old Torres. ANI

Abramovich ready to bankroll Tevez, Modric for 80 m pounds
Chelsea's billionaire owner Roman Abramovich has signalled that he is ready to spend 80 million pounds on securing the services of strikers Luka Modric and Carlos Tevez. ANI

Ex-Kiwi cricketer O'Brien admits to suffering from depression
Former New Zealand cricketer Iain O'Brien has admitted that he is suffering from depression. ANI

Simplify Formula One rules to attract fans: Webber
Formula One racer Mark Webber has urged motor racing chiefs to simplify the rule book after the British Grand Prix was overshadowed by a technical row. ANI

England wins ODI series against Sri Lanka
England on Saturday sealed its one-day series against Sri Lanka by winning the fifth and final one-day at Old Trafford, Manchester. ANI

Afridi may sue 'loose cannon' Butt over 'not captaincy material anymore' remarks
Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi can drag Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ijaz Butt to court over his latest remarks against him, the all-rounder's lawyer, Syed Ali Zaffar, has said. ANI

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