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Man Utd.'s David de Gea can't keep his hands off doughnuts!
Spanish footballer David de Gea was offered a doughnut by a Spanish interviewer as a mockery of an earlier incident where he left without paying. ANI

All three UAE international cricket venues set to host all format matches for first time
All three international cricket venues in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are set to witness the best of action for the first time, with Pakistan hosting the series against Sri Lanka and England in the country. ANI

Ecclestone launches 'Bernie puppets' to raise money for tsunami victims
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has commissioned some glove puppets of himself, with all proceeds, at a cost of 29 pounds, going towards tsunami charities. ANI

Becks' youngest son abuses in Spanish
David Beckham has admitted that his youngest son Cruz is quite cheeky and has learned some swear words from Spain, the country where he was born in. ANI

Imogen Thomas flaunts curves in fitted red dress at Inspiration Awards
Imogen Thomas was pictured flaunting her curves in a fitted red shift dress as she arrived at Inspiration Awards For Women. ANI

Jenson Button wants Hamilton to keep McLaren 'Dream Team' alive
British Formula One driver Jenson Button has urged Lewis Hamilton to keep the Dream Team together. ANI

Runaway Pak wicketkeeper Zulqarnain returns to first-class cricket
Runaway Pakistani wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider has made a comeback to first-class cricket almost eleven months after he last played for his country. ANI

England legends praise Strauss, Flower for taking team to great heights
Some 'titans of cricket' have praised England's captain Andy Strauss and coach Andy Flower for their outstanding contribution in taking the team to great heights. ANI

Bernie Ecclestone splashes œ1.8mn for Japan tsunami victims
Formula one chief Bernie Ecclestone has spent a whopping 1.8million to help the victims of the devastating tsunami that hit Japan. ANI

Capello: I can't enter into Rooney's head
England striker Wayne Rooney simply lost the plot during the game against Montenegro and was given a red card for kicking an opponent, which can further earn him a Euro 2012 ban. ANI

Imogen Thomas convinced Katie Price bedded her 'boyfriend' to spite her
Imogen Thomas, infamous for bedding footballer Ryan Giggs, believes that Katie Price deliberately bedded "boyfriend" Danny Cipriani to spite her for a previous catfight. ANI

Malik's performances against Lanka under PCB scanner after dismal show in Zimbabwe
Former Pakistan captain Shoaib Malik's performances in the upcoming series in the UAE against Sri Lanka will be closely watched by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after an below-par show in Zimbabwe. ANI

Rooney's brothers, cousin pals of 'bets sting' footballer
Three members of the Rooney family apart from Wayne Rooney's dad and uncle have links with the footballer arrested in connection with an alleged 100,000 pound betting sting. ANI

Fantastic week for the Blackburn Rovers: Kean
The English Premiere League team Blackburn Rovers manager, Steve Kean has said that his team had a wonderful week in India. ANI

Pietersen intends to play all forms of cricket for England
England batsman Kevin Pietersen, who was rested for the home one-day series against India, intends to continue playing all three forms of the game for the country and has his sights set on a place in the 2015 World Cup. ANI

The Beckham's take daughter Harper for first passport
David and Victoria Beckham were pictured taking their newborn daughter Harper Seven to get her first passport at the Wilshire Federal Building in Los Angeles. ANI

Windies pacer Rampaul likes idea off two new balls in ODIs
West Indies started their tour of Bangladesh on a winning note with a comfortable 65-run victory over the Bangladesh Cricket Board XI at the Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium. ANI

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