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Yuvraj should have moved to US for treatment earlier, says Yograj Singh
Father of ailing Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh, Yograj Singh on Monday said that his son should have been sent earlier to the US for cancer treatment. ANI

BCCI open to having a dialogue with former Indian team sponsor Sahara
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president N Srinivasan on Monday said that he is open to the idea of having a dialogue with Sahara India Parivar to try and resolve the dispute that led to Sahara pulling out of its Indian team sponsorship and ownership of the Pune Warriors IPL franchise. ANI

Pakistan beat England in third Test
Pakistan on Monday beat England by 71 runs in the third and final Test being played here, and achieved a three nil series whitwash. ANI

Raikkonen says motivation has never been an issue with him
Former world champion Kimi Raikkonen has rubbished claims made by his critics that he has lost passion for Formula One. ANI

Villas-Boas 'shaken' after Abramovich's 'shock' visit
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich paid an unscheduled visit at the training ground in Cobham to watch his players train before Sunday's match with Manchester United, which left their manager, Andre Villas-Boas 'shaken' ANI

Capello criticizes FA's decision to strip Terry from captaincy
England manager Fabio Capello has blasted the Football Association (FA) for removing John Terry from England's captaincy. ANI

Sarah Jessica Parker 'not interested in watching Super Bowl'
Sarah Jessica Parker has revealed that she is not interested in watching Super Bowl at all. ANI

M.I.A. flips middle finger during Super Bowl halftime show
British singer M.I.A extended her middle finger during Sunday night's performance of Madonna's new single, "Give Me All Your Luvin" at the Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show. ANI

Former bowling coach Barnes warns Proteas about Kiwi devious tactics
Former South African bowling coach Vincent Barnes has cautioned them about New Zealand's possible devious tactics. ANI

Rio Ferdinand claims vile chants inspired Man U
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has said the vile chants against him during their Sunday Premier League match against Chelsea inspired United to perform well. ANI

Amir Khan takes American fiancee for sightseeing in Bolton
British Olympic boxing medallist Amir Khan recently took his fiancee Faryal Makhdoom for a tour of his hometown Bolton, England. ANI

Gary Lineker stranded in weekend white out as snow piles on Britain
Gary Lineker was caught in the snow blanket, which is currently covering Britain, as he headed home from BBC's Salford studios. ANI

Madonna sets stage on fire with Super Bowl performance
Madonna delivered a spectacular show at Half Time at the Super Bowl on Sunday, as she wowed the audience with her fiery performance. ANI

'Pregnant' Una Healy beams as she goes shopping for wedding gown
Una Healy, who started off her weekend with a pink-themed baby shower, was spotted shopping for a wedding dress on Friday as she continues to plan her wedding to fiance Ben Foden. ANI

Tamara Ecclestone towers above TV host like her mom did over Bernie
Tamara, who's famous for being the daughter of Bernie Ecclestone, seems to have taken after her mother as she towered above an Italian TV host just like Slavica did over her ex-husband. ANI

Nicol leads batting blitz as New Zealand seal series win against Zimbabwe
New Zealand cruised to a 141-run victory over Zimbabwe after amassing 372 for 6 at the Cobham Oval here in the second one-day international , and took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. ANI

2010 cricket match fixer Majeed gets cleaner's job at UK jail
British cricket agent Mazhar Majeed, who played a crucial role in the 2010 controversial 'match fixing' scandal, reportedly has fixed himself a cushy cleaner's job in a jail in Britain. ANI

Kean admits time is running out for Rovers
Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean has admitted that his team is running out of time to avoid relegation. ANI

Inspiring draw against Chelsea could win us League, says Man U's Rooney
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney believes his team's inspiring draw against Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge on Sunday could win them this season's Premier League title. ANI

Prince Harry sports 'nasty' wound on nose during night out with Becks
Prince Harry sported a cut on his nose while he was partying with David Beckham in London on Friday. ANI

Katy Perry gives special shout-out to Tim Tebow at Super Bowl weekend
Katy Perry, who performed her first U.S. concert since splitting from Russell Brand in Indianapolis on Saturday night, dedicated a song to Tim Tebow at the pre-Super Bowl Concert. ANI

Adriana Lima reveals secret wish for Valentine's Day
Adriana Lima has revealed that she prefers receiving gifts that are "very elegant, very thoughtful and very romantic" from her husband of three years, Marko Jaric. ANI

Nancy Dell'Olio spotted wearing same frock thrice
Nancy Dell'Olio has committed a major fashion faux pax, by wearing the same frock three times. ANI

Kris Humphries enjoys b'day bash without Kim Kardashian
It seems that Kris Humphries has left behind all the bitter memories of his split with reality TV star Kim Kardashian, as he looked happy and relaxed while arriving to celebrate his 27th birthday. ANI

'Full Metal Jousting' adds steel armour to 12th century sport
Jousting, a sport from 9 centuries ago, is getting a modern day makeover thanks to History Channel's new series "Full Metal Jousting". ANI

Charlton ace Jordan Cousins held on suspicion of rape
England footballer Jordan Cousins has been arrested over accusations of raping a 12-year-old girl. ANI

Giants cruise past Patriots in final minute to win Super Bowl title
The New York Giants have won their second Super Bowl title in four years and fourth overall after beating the New England Patriots in the final. ANI

Spin legend Muralitharan says England are poor players of spin
Ace Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has said England are poor players of spin bowling. ANI

Joey Barton tweets he's 'willing to go to jail' over John Terry racism case
Joey Barton, who is being investigated by the Attorney General over tweets about the John Terry racism case, boldly said that he will "gladly go to jail for a month" to defend free speech. ANI

'Metrosexual' Wayne Rooney stuns fans with 'over-plucked eyebrows'
Wayne Rooney stunned his fans by sporting a rather different pair of eyebrows on Sunday, prompting speculation that he may have had them either plucked or shaved. ANI

'Pint-sized' toddler becomes world's youngest table tennis sensation
An 18-months-old toddler, who is yet to talk, has vowed thousands of Internet users with his table tennis skills. ANI

Madonna's Super Bowl show gets mixed reactions on Twitter
Madonna's performance at the halftime show on Sunday's Super Bowl XLVI generated all kinds of responses on Twitter - ranging from "amazing" to "hating". ANI

'On-fire' Wade has 'out of form' Haddin looking down the barrel
Matthew Wade's impressive performance against India in the first One-Day international is putting more pressure on the out of form wicketkeeper Brad Haddin. ANI

In form Hilfenhaus replaces injured Lee in Oz One-Day squad
In form swing bowler Ben Hilfenhaus will replace injured Brett Lee in the Australian One-Day squad for the ongoing Commonwealth Bank series. ANI

I had invisible braces when I married Zara Phillips, says Mike Tindall
Mike Tindall, who made headlines for kissing his ex-girlfriend in a club days after his wedding, has revealed that he was wearing invisible braces when he married Zara Phillips. ANI

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