Denmark has been crowned the winner of Eurovision song contest 2013 that were held in the Swedish city of Malmo. Emmelie de Forest, 20, won the title with 281 points thanks to her splendid rendition of the song 'Only Teardrops', while Azerbaijan stood second 234 points, the BBC reported. UK entrant Bonnie Tyler, 61, who is best known for her 1983 hit 'Total Eclipse of the Heart', had high ...
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Singer Rita Ora is currently working on a new album, which will talk about her life and the relationships that she dealt with in the past. The 22-year-old had a nasty fallout with ex-boyfriend Rob Kardashian and the latter publicly accused her of cheating on him with 20 other men but retracted it later. "My next album is about me being 22, growing up in this industry really fast and being in a ...
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Paddy Power are today refunding all win and each way singles to customers who backed Ireland's Ryan Dolan for last night's Eurovision.The Tyrone singer finished rock bottom last night and the bookmaker has made the decision to refund more than EUR15,000 to the disappointed punters who backed him.A Paddy Power spokesperson said: "Ryan genuinely didn't deserve to finish last, ...
Auditions for a new boy band are underway in Dublin today.X Factor Judge Louis Walsh is holding the auditions for a new group over the next two days.It is 12 years since Louis held auditions for a group and he is looking for new and emerging talent.Males aged between 16 to 25 years can attend and five boys will be selected out of thousands.The auditions will take place today and tomorrow from 12 ...
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have reportedly split up.The couple - who broke up briefly last year after Kristen's fling with married director Rupert Sanders was revealed - have called time on their relationship of almost four years, according to People magazine.However, sources insist it may just be a temporary split for the 'Twilight Saga' co-stars.Robert initially ...
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The Vice President of the Board of Cricket Control for India (BCCI), Rajiv Shukla on Sunday said strict actions would be taken if the players are found guilty after the Working Committee submits its report.
Shukla said: "In the Working Committee meeting of the BCCI, it was decided that strict action would be taken on all those who indulge in betting and match fixing. The accused players are already suspended. And Ravi Sawani (anti corruption chief) who is probing the case will submit his report as soon as possible. And once the report is available then after discussing the details, appropriate punishment would be awarded to the players."
Meanwhile, the BCCI, accepted that they were not in a position to control spot-fixing in wake of the spot-fixing row which involves three Rajasthan Royals players.
BCCI President N. Srinivasan said, "Each team will have an Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) officer apart from that Ravi Sawani has been appointed as the commissioner to probe into spot-fixing allegations.
"For the last three-four days, BCCI-bashing and IPL-bashing has taken place as if the whole world has fallen down. Only three players have allegedly done something. It doesn't mean the whole IPL is bad. ...
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