A horrible nightmare: Madonna on her backwards stumble

London, March 1 (IANS) Talking about her backward stumble during her gig at the BRIT Awards, singer Madonna says it was a 'horror show' after her performance went horribly awry.

Confederations Cup Headlines

  • Johnson Charles to replace the injured Darren Bravo for West Indies at the World Cup
    Johnson Charles to replace the injured Darren Bravo for West Indies at the World Cup Sportskeeda - 1 hour 31 minutes ago

    West Indies name replacement for Darren Bravo ahead of India clash More »

  • Sierra Leone's vice president on self-imposed quarantine for Ebola IANS - 1 hour 38 minutes ago

    Freetown, March 1 (IANS) Sierra Leone's Vice President Alhaji Samsumana is on self-imposed quarantine following the death of one of his close bodyguards, Deputy Minister of Information Theo Nicol said on Saturday. More »

  • Cricket: England to bat first against Sri Lanka AFP - 2 hours 33 minutes ago

    Wellington, Feb 28, 2015 (AFP) - England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and elected to bat in the World Cup Pool A match against Sri Lanka at Westpac Stadium on Sunday. More »

  • Gigi Hadid ditches old makeup regime IANS - 2 hours 50 minutes ago

    Los Angeles, March 1 (IANS) American fashion model and TV personality Gigi Hadid says she is stepping up her "makeup game" after being unveiled as the new face of cosmetics brand Maybelline last month. More »

  • N-talks at crucial stage: Iran IANS - 3 hours ago

    Tehran, March 1 (IANS) Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Saturday that the nuclear talks with the six world powers has entered a crucial stage. Zarif made the remarks at a joint press conference with his visiting Italian counterpart Paolo Gentiloni, saying that Iran and the US held detailed and fruitful bilateral talks in the Swiss city of Geneva from February 21 to 23, Xinhua reported. Iran and the P5+1 group have made "some serious progress" in Geneva last Sunday, he said, adding that a final agreement would be reached in case the negotiating sides agree on all issues around Iran's nuclear programme. For his part, Gentiloni voiced his country's support for the diplomatic attempts to narrow gaps over Iran's nuclear issue and hoped that a potential nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers would help enhance the relations between Iran and Italy. More »

  • Cricket: England and Pakistan seek World Cup boost AFP - 3 hours ago

    Sydney, Feb 28, 2015 (AFP) - England and Pakistan will both look to revive their faltering World Cup campaigns on Sunday. More »

  • IS to release 29 Assyrian Christians abducted in Syria IANS - 3 hours ago

    Damascus, March 1 (IANS) Islamic State (IS) has decided to release 29 Assyrian Christians, who were part of over 200 members of the community kidnapped by the radical group earlier this week, a group monitoring the Syrian war said Saturday. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), the Assyrian Christian leaders have conducted talks with the IS leadership through mediators to secure the release of abducted members of the community, Xinhua reported. The 29 Assyrian Christians were part of the 220 members of the community kidnapped by the IS on February 23 when the group stormed the town of Tal Tamr, nearly 700 km from capital Damascus, in Syria's al-Hasakah province, the SOHR said. On Friday, the SOHR said that IS, so far, has not executed any of the Assyrian Christians it had abducted in Syria. More »

  • Kelly Osbourne quits 'Fashion Police' IANS - 4 hours ago

    Los Angeles, Mar 1 (IANS) Singer Kelly Osbourne has quit "Fashion Police". More »

  • Violence in Bangladesh ahead of opposition's 72-hour strike IANS - 4 hours ago

    Dhaka, March 1 (IANS) Stray incidents of violence were reported in parts of Dhaka and elsewhere in the country on Saturday, ahead of former prime minister Khaleda Zia-led opposition alliance's call for another round of strike from Sunday morning. A Dhaka Metropolitan (DMP) official, who did not wish to be named, said miscreants put on fire at least eight vehicles in parts of Dhaka and Narayanganj town on the outskirts of the capital city. Vandalism, explosion of crude bombs and detention of dozens of opposition activists were also reported in the capital and elsewhere in the country, Xinhua reported. Demanding fresh election under a non-party caretaker government system, Bangladesh's main opposition alliance on Friday called another round of nationwide strike form Sunday morning. More »

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