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Cardiff City footballers using yoga for Premier League boost
Cardiff City defender Kevin McNaughton has revealed that his team is using yoga as their secret weapon for the Premier League this season. ANI

Ferdinand considering retiring from international football
England defender Rio Ferdinand is reported to be thinking of quitting international football to prolong his Manchester United career. ANI

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel wins inaugural Indian Grand Prix
Reigning Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel today won the inaugural Indian Grand Prix at Greater Noida's Buddh International Circuit. ANI

New York set for record October snowfall
Authorities say that New York is seeing its snowiest October on record. ANI

Fergie terms dealing with different cultures as his greatest challenge in Premier League
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says that the culture shock from the injection of foreign players has been the biggest change in football during his time at the club. ANI

'Qualifying for 2012 London Olympics set to be Ian Thorpe's biggest challenge'
Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe's sports psychologist Deidre Anderson believes that the five-time Olympic champion faces the greatest challenge of his life to qualify for the 2012 London Games. ANI

Petra Ecclestone looks stunning as Jessica Rabbit at Halloween party
Petra Ecclestone was barely recognisable after having dressed up sexily as Jessica Rabbit for the Hollywood Halloween party. ANI

Ronaldo embarrassed over mistakenly forwarding erotic pics of female fan
Cristiano Ronaldo accidentally forwarded explicit mail from a female fan, which included flirty messages and five semi n*ked photographs, to all the contacts in his address book. ANI

Posh spots 'UFO' hovering over Beverly Hills family home
Victoria Beckham has joined the league of stars who have reported seeing UFO's. ANI

Manchester City ready to sell Tevez for 25 million pounds
Manchester City are preparing to compromise on their asking price for striker Carlos Tevez if it facilitates a swift exit for the Argentina striker. ANI

John McEnroe wears 'mouth stitched' make-up at Halloween bash
Former US tennis player John McEnroe and his wife Patty Smyth looked very scary with their gruesome make-up at a Halloween party in New York. ANI

Misbah lauds Pak team's 'thorough professional performance' in 2nd Test against Lanka
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul Haq has praised his team's "thorough professional performance" and "progress" that helped them defeat Sri Lanka by nine wickets in the second Test in the UAE. ANI

New PCB chief congratulates Pak team on 2nd Test win against Sri Lanka
The Pakistan Cricket Board's new chief, Chaudhary Zaka Ashraf, has congratulated the national side and the team management on winning the second Test against Sri Lanka in the UAE. ANI

Warne no show at Derby Day, avoids awkward confrontation with ex-wife
Shane Warne avoided an awkward confrontation with his ex-wife Simone Callahan at the Derby day in Flemington, by not showing up for the race day with his fiancee Elizabeth Hurley. ANI

Napoli eyeing Tevez swap
Italian football club based in Naples, Napoli, are looking at a move for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez after being told by the club that they have no chance of signing Mario Balotelli. ANI

Staying Mr Cricket 'gets harder and harder the longer you play', says Hussey
Australian batsman Michael Hussey, who was the man-of-the-series in the 2-1 ODI series triumph over South Africa, insists that being Mr Cricket is not getting any easier at 36 years of age. ANI

Luis Hamilton wishes to die on track if end comes prematurely
The recent deaths on the Formula One tracks appear to have sent alarm bells ringing for racers, with Luis Hamilton now saying that he would prefer to die in a racing car, if the end comes prematurely. ANI

Cheryl Cole says 'I love you' to English hip-hop producer on Twitter
Cheryl Cole has posted a tweet saying that she "loves" hip-hop producer Alex Da Kid. ANI

Katich's suggestions completely erroneous and unfair to Clarke: Sutherland
Cricket Australia (CA) chief executive James Sutherland has denied dumped opening batsman Simon Katich's suggestion that captain Michael Clarke was behind his axing from the squad and the contracted players list. ANI

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