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Former England skipper Michael Vaughan asked to empty pockets by South African police

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan asked to empty pockets by South African police

The incident took place a couple of days back when he was going back to his hotel.

Andre Agassi: Match-fixing wasn't on radar when I played

Andre Agassi: Match-fixing wasn't on radar when I played

Andre Agassi has eight Grand Slam titles under his belt.

Leaked documents show match-fixing at top level of world tennis

Leaked documents show match-fixing at top level of world tennis

The BBC and BuzzFeed News said they had not named the players because without access to their phone, bank and computer records it was not possible to determine whether they took part in match-fixing.

Virtual Reality technology could rule 2016

Virtual Reality technology could rule 2016

Virtual reality artificially creates sensory experiences which can include sight, hearing, touch and smell.

BBC's entire network of websites crashes after massive attack by hackers

BBC's entire network of websites crashes after massive attack by hackers

Thousands of users complained on social media after being met an error message, saying there had been an "internal error" on one of the world's busiest news websites.

Antibiotic resistance putting 'super gonorrhea' at untreatability risk

All cases to date have been transmitted through heterosexual intercourse.

`Repugnant` Tyson Fury not welcome at awards ceremony

`Repugnant` Tyson Fury not welcome at awards ceremony

Fury has come under fire over his views on women and homosexuality.

BBC defends shortlist after Tyson Fury slur on women

BBC defends shortlist after Tyson Fury slur on women

Fury was heard saying in a video that a women's best place in the kitchen according to him.

BBC office in London evacuated after threat

According to various media reports, the BBC's offices in London, Great Portland Street were evacuated and the area cordoned off by the police. Even London Bridge was evacuated after a 'suspicious item' was found. Hays Galleria, a shopping district in downtown London was also cleared.

World leaders to discuss climate at Paris meet

Delegates are in little doubt that the shadow cast over the French capital by the terror attacks of November 13 that killed 130 people will enhance the chances of a climate agreement.

Britain to boost world BBC funding for 'soft power'

In a statement the BBC welcomed the extra funding and said it would help enhance television in Africa, create new radio services for North Korean audiences, and provide radio and digital services for Ethiopia and Eritrea.

BBC man who popularised TV in Britain with coronation dies

As the man who oversaw coverage of the queen's coronation he was also responsible for a seminal moment in British broadcasting history.

BBC reveals 150 mn pound cuts to address shifting viewing habits

BBC reveals 150 mn pound cuts to address shifting viewing habits

The BBC Wednesday outlined budget cuts of USD 228 million that threaten its sports coverage as it addresses a shortfall worsened by falling television ownership.

PM Modi faces questions on intolerance, Gujarat violence in UK

Western Media including BBC and The Guardian tries to corner PM Modi over Intolerance and Gujarat Riots. We Zee News asks why Western Media is intolerant about India.

BBC to showcase hour-long Adele special

BBC to showcase hour-long Adele special

An hour-long TV special, featuring Oscar-winner Adele, is in works by network BBC.

Processed meats do cause cancer: WHO

Processed meat is meat that has been modified to increase its shelf life or alter its taste - such as by smoking, curing or adding salt or preservatives.

Peter Capaldi signs for one more series of 'Doctor Who'

Peter Capaldi signs for one more series of 'Doctor Who'

Peter Capaldi will be doing at least one more series of 'Doctor Who'

'Twilight'-inspired contact lenses prompt warning

Youngsters buying the lenses may wish to recreate the look of the Twilight films and Vampire Diaries TV show.

Met Office loses weather service contract with BBC

The UK Met Office has lost its lucrative weather forecasting contract with the BBC after nearly a century of providing the service to the broadcaster.

EPL transfer spending in summer 2015 reaches whooping GBP 500m

EPL transfer spending in summer 2015 reaches whooping GBP 500m

The 2015 summer transfer window has seen Premier League clubs get their money flowing in the market, as a whooping sum of GBP 500m has already been spent on players.