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On Thursday in a new concrete bowl 25km outside of Pune a motley collection of young English cricketers, under the leadership of Eoin Morgan, take on a much more experienced India team still smarting from their Test-series defeat. This may have passed you by.
The United States Anti-Doping Agency chief executive responsible for pursuing Lance Armstrong has said he is "very concerned" about the zero-tolerance approach taken by Team Sky to drugs, fearing it could be counterproductive.
There is no love lost between the Police Federation and the Conservatives as Whitehall presses on with cuts to officers' pay and pensions and slashes the police budget by 20%, removing 16,000 officers from the streets.
Hi, Olly. When you booked Rizzle Kicks to appear on Heart Skips a Beat were you entirely sure what a Rizzle Kick was or did you think they were a type of biscuit?
He may not be Greek, but he is bald: that's presumably the logic behind Universal Picture's decision to reboot Kojak for the big screen with Vin Diesel in the title role.
This could end up being the most expensive cab ride in history.
Two former UBS traders face felony charges for their alleged roles in the rigging of a key global interest rate, the U.S. Justice Department said.
Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase, UBS and Depfa Bank Plc were convicted by a Milan judge for their role in overseeing fraud by their bankers in the sale of derivatives to the city of Milan.