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Becks says he'd love to see Posh reunite with Spice Girls for London 2012
David Beckham has revealed that he would "love" his wife Victoria to reunite with the Spice Girls for a performance at the London Olympics. ANI

Serena takes romantic stroll with Grigor Dimitrov in Paris
Serena Williams has sparked rumours of new romance after she was spotted out in Paris on Monday with Bulgarian tennis pro Grigor Dimitrov. ANI

Gisele Bundchen emails friends, family to support hubby for Super Bowl
In a sappy email, Gisele Bundchen has implored her friend and family to pray hard for her footballer husband Tom Brady to win Sunday's Super Bowl against the Giants. ANI

Keith Andrews slams Venky's for Rovers fall from grace
Keith Andrews who handed a transfer request to Blackburn Rovers and joined West Bromwich Albion just minutes before the end of the transfer window, has slammed the Indian owners of Blackburn Rovers. ANI

Zimbabwe confident experienced spin duo will turn tide
Zimbabwe is confident that the addition of experienced spin duo Prosper Utseya and Ray Price will play a big part in the ODI series against New Zealand. ANI

South Africa looking for 'vengeance' against Black Caps
South Africa would be eyeing some sort of retribution in their forthcoming tour of New Zealand after they were thrashed 5-1 on their last tour to New Zealand in 2003/04. ANI

England pacer Tremlett may undergo back surgery
England fast bowler Chris Tremlett will find out in the next 48 hours whether he needs back surgery to save his career. ANI

Pak batting performance against England in ongoing Test series satisfactory: Miandad
Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad has said Pakistan's batting performance against England in the ongoing Test series between the two countries in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is quite satisfactory. ANI

ICC to assess security in Pak before appointing match officials for proposed Bangladesh tour
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has said it would carefully assess security in Pakistan before deciding on sending match officials for a proposed tour by Bangladesh. ANI

Mohammad Ali's trainer Dundee passes away after heart attack
Legendary American boxing trainer Angelo Dundee has died of a heart attack. ANI

Warner's controversial switch-hitting could become a prominent Test cricket shot
Australian opener David Warner's controversial switch-hitting technique could become a prominent shot in Test cricket in the future, according to his teammate David Hussey. ANI

Lydia Ko's coach to don women's clothing if she wins again
Lydia Ko's golf coach will dress like a woman with full make-up and a golf bag over his shoulder should she win the RACV Australian Ladies Masters. ANI

Pizarro wants to make history with Man City
David Pizarro is hoping to make history with Manchester City after signing on loan from Roma. ANI

Prince Harry to play volleyball on Caribbean beach during Jubilee tour
Prince Harry, who plans to meet Usain Bolt during his Diamond Jubilee tour of the Caribbean and Central America next month, will also be travelling to Brazil to take part in a beach volleyball tournament. ANI

Prince Harry to take tips on sprinting from Usain Bolt on Caribbean tour
Prince Harry plans to meet Usain Bolt, the world's fastest man, at his training base when he visits the Jamaican capital of Kingston during his Diamond Jubilee tour of the Caribbean and Central America next month. ANI

Imogen Thomas and Caprice set to thaw winter chill with floral lingerie
Imogen Thomas and Caprice, who are clearly not feeling the cold this winter, have teamed up to model a pretty range of sexy lingerie. ANI

'Terrified' Natasha Giggs calls in cops after death threat on Twitter
Natasha Giggs is living in fear after a stalker who vowed to become "Twitter's first killer" threatened to "rip" her. ANI

Olympic flame to be lighted by sunrays on May 10: Lord Coe
Lord Coe, Chairman of London Organizing Committee for Olympic Games (LOCOG), has said the Olympic Flame will be lit by the sun's rays on the morning of May 10 in Greece at the beginning of its expedition to the London 2012 Games. ANI

Klitschkos term 'loser' Haye's demands as 'ridiculous'
Britain's fallen world champion David Haye is no longer a big-money crowd-puller, it seems. ANI

Abbey crouch wraps daughter Sophia in leopard-print snowsuit
Leopard-print outfits have long been popular among WAGs, but it looks like model Abbey Crouch has already introduced her 10-month-old daughter Sophia Ruby to the wild style. ANI

Hamilton uncovers McLaren's new 'weapon'
McLaren's star drivers Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button have unveiled McLaren's new car MP4-27 which they hope will take them past Sebastian Vettel's all-conquering Red Bull. ANI

Wenger confident of Arsenal's chance to finish in top four
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes his team can still finish in top four and acquire a spot in the Champions League next season. ANI

Mitch Marsh in no hurry to follow brother Shaun into Tests
Mitch Marsh has said that he is in no hurry to make his entry into the Australian Test team in the wake of failures from his older brother, Test batsman Shaun. ANI

Mike Tyson says he's fan of MMA
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson has revealed that he loves MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) during an interview on US cable television. ANI

Robbie Savage says his love-making sessions only takes few minutes
Robbie Savage has revealed that he has never worried about pre-match sex bans, as his love-making is over in a flash. ANI

Pattinson hopeful of late come back during tri-series
Australian fast bowler James Pattinson is hopeful of a late come back during his team's triangular one-day series with India and Sri Lanka. ANI

We are looking forward, not at back: Malinga
Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga has said his team is looking forward and not dwelling on past glories. ANI

ICC to reduce president's power
The International Cricket Council (ICC) plans to reduce the powers enjoyed by its president and covert it to an ambassadorial role. ANI

ICC to give more prize money to top four Test cricket teams
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is planning to raise the prize money for the top four Test cricket teams as part of plans to promote the inaugural Test Championship in 2017. ANI

England needs to tackle Pak spinners to end their losing streak in third Test
England's batsmen have to devise a strategy to specifically tackle Pakistan's spinners in order to set up a formidable score in the third Test, an article in a daily has said. ANI

Unpaid Sri Lankan cricketers playing for love of the game
Sri Lankan players will be playing the Commonwealth Bank Series because of their love for cricket, despite not getting their payments on time. ANI

Cheryl Cole drags mag to court for publishing claims made by MC Harvey
Cheryl Cole has started legal proceedings against Now Magazine over claims made by MC Harvey that she shared a "relationship" with the rapper. ANI

Becks is done doing underwear ads because kids are embarrassed
David Beckham has revealed that his days of appearing n*ked are over, as his children hate seeing his underwear ads. ANI

Shamed Pak spot fixing pacer Mohammad Amir released from UK jail
Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir has been released from Portland Young Offenders Institution in Dorset after serving half of a six-month sentence for his part in a fixing scam. ANI

74 killed in football violence in Egypt's Pot Said
At least 74 people have been killed in clashes between rival fans following a football match in the Egyptian city of Port Said. ANI

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