News archive from 11 April 2016

Kate Middleton proves hit with locals as she plays cricket during India visit with Prince William

Kate Middleton proves hit with locals as she plays cricket during India visit with Prince William

THE SPORTY Duchess of Cambridge proved a hit with the locals when she tried her hand at cricket in India. Crowds cheered on Kate, 34, at Mumbai’s Oval Maidan public park as though she had hit a century, when she squared up to cricket legend Sachin...

 

Brentford midfielder Alan Judge grateful for support after horrific leg break rules him out of Euro 2016 

Brentford midfielder Alan Judge has expressed his thanks for all the messages of support he has received after breaking his leg in Saturday's 3-1 win at Ipswich. Judge, who started for the Republic of Ireland in their 1-0 win against Switzerland last...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy on the film documenting his life: 'They are hoping for a fairytale...

Jamie Vardy has finally revealed his hope that this season finishes with the fairytale of Leicester City winning the Premier League. The England striker scored twice to beat Sunderland and maintain Leicester's gap at the top of the table to seven...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Marseille's furious fans stage a protest during home game against Bordeaux and clash with police

Marseille have endured a difficult season and it reached a new low on Sunday when their fans staged a protest during their game against Bordeaux - by playing the Benny Hill theme tune whenever their team had the ball. Jose Miguel Gonzalez's side have...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Louis Oosthuizen makes incredible hole-in-one after his shot rebounds off another ball before rolling in at...

A hole-in-one is something every golfer dreams of and on Sunday at the Masters three came in the space of a few hours - and one was very special indeed. Former Open champion Louis Oosthuizen became the third golfer of the day at Augusta National to...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
Saudi-Egyptian deal on Red Sea islands sparks anger

Saudi-Egyptian deal on Red Sea islands sparks anger

Egypt's decision to cede sovereignty over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia has sparked anger from some commentators online. The move comes while Saudi King Salman is on a rare visit to Egypt during which he has announced plans for Saudi aid and...

BBC, 00:03 in World News
 
The Christian militia fighting IS

The Christian militia fighting IS

A group of Christians in Iraq have formed their own militia to protect people from the so-called Islamic State group. The leader of the Babylon Brigade says they were left with no choice but to take up arms when IS fighters targeted Christians....

BBC, 00:03 in World News
 
Danny Willett crowned Masters champion 2016 as Jordan Spieth suffers meltdown

Danny Willett crowned Masters champion 2016 as Jordan Spieth suffers meltdown

Danny Willett has won the Masters 2016 in extraordinary circumstances after Jordan Spieth suffered a major collapse. The American looked as if he would win the Green Jacket with ease after establishing a comfortable lead ahead of the rest of the...

Metro, 00:05 in Sport
 
Samir Nasri: Why Pep Guardiola's a lucky man to have me on his team

Samir Nasri: Why Pep Guardiola's a lucky man to have me on his team

Nasri will be one of several Etihad stars sweating over their futures when Guardiola shakes things up this summer. The Frenchman admits he doesn’t want to hang around if he isn’t part of Guardiola’s plans. But Nasri is convinced he fits the Spaniard’s...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 

Liverpool Player Ratings: Who stood out the most during the Reds' huge win over Stoke?

CLICK THROUGH THE GALLERY ABOVE TO SEE OUR LIVERPOOL PLAYER RATINGS Goals from Alberto Moreno, Daniel Sturridge and a Divock Origi double helped the Reds to an easy win at Anfield. But who really stood out during the match?

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
Most British Muslims feel strong sense of belonging – poll

Most British Muslims feel strong sense of belonging – poll

British Muslims are more likely to feel a strong connection to Britain than the population at large, according to polling, which also found that more than half think that homosexuality should be illegal. Extensive polling conducted by ICM suggests...

 
Manuel Pellegrini provides Vincent Kompany injury update

Manuel Pellegrini provides Vincent Kompany injury update

Kompany is battling to prove his fitness for the second-leg of Manchester City’s quarter-final clash with the French giants at the Etihad. The Belgium ace, who turned 30 yesterday, has been sidelined since the middle of last month with his latest calf...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
Caixabank, dos Santos clinch deal on Portugal's BPI by deadline

Caixabank, dos Santos clinch deal on Portugal's BPI by deadline

LISBON Angolan investor Isabel dos Santos and Caixabank (CABK.MC) clinched a last-minute deal on Sunday for the Spanish bank to buy dos Santos' stake in Portugal's Banco BPI (BBPI.LS), which in turn will offload the controlling stake in its Angolan...

Reuters, 00:07 in Business
 
'Mr Nice' Howard Marks dies aged 70

'Mr Nice' Howard Marks dies aged 70

The writer, performer and former drug smuggler Howard Marks has died, aged 70, after suffering from cancer. Marks, who said he had “no regrets” about his life when announcing his illness last year, was described as a “truly, lovely, entertaining and...

 
Tesco results: analysts expect strong start to the year

Tesco results: analysts expect strong start to the year

Tesco is expected to reveal its first quarter of underlying sales growth for more than three years when the supermarket reports its full-year results on Wednesday. Analysts think the country’s biggest retailer is winning back shoppers with better...

Guardian, 00:10 in Business
 


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