Tuesday 9 February 2016

PSG could sign French International says Coach Laurent Blanc

Laurent Blanc has admitted Nice attacker Hatem Ben Arfa could be an "interesting" option for Paris Saint-Germain.

The France international's contract with Nice expires at the end of the season and his fine performances in 2015-16 have seen him linked with a number of big clubs in recent months.

Ben Arfa himself stated this month that he would be open to a move to the Ligue 1 champions and Blanc has now responded to the 28-year-old's flirt.

Lady Gaga Performs the National Anthem at Super Bowl 50

Watch Lady Gaga kicked off Super Bowl 50 with an incredible rendition of The Star Spangled Banner. She looks different when she isn't showing off lot of skin, isn't that will know her for?

Watch Video Below:

Rihanna’s ‘Anti’ Go Top of Billboard 200

After all the drama and controversy that surrounds the release of Rihanna's "ANTI", it seems the album has started breaking grounds, The Anti tops the Billboard 200 at No. 1 this week.

The set debuted last week at #27 due to its exclusive Tidal-only release. In this charting week, Antimanaged to move 166,000 copies and is now available at other retailers.

Below are the Billboard 200 top ten below:

Court Bars NDLEA, AGF From Arresting or Detaining Kashamu

The Federal High Court, Abuja on Monday made an interim order restrain­ing the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) and its ex-Chairman, Ahmadu Giade from arresting or detaining Senator Buruji Kasha­mu.

Kashamu is wanted in the US over his alleged involvement in illegal importation of prohibited narcotics into the country.
The court, after listening to Kashamu’s lawyer, Ajibola Oluyede, who moved an ex-parte motion filed in the suit marked: FHC/ABJ/CS/479/2015, yester­day restrained the FG from ar­resting the senator.

Kashamu, former Director of Mobilisation, People’s Democrat­ic Party (PDP) is now represent­ing Ogun East senatorial district at the Senate.

Five Things to note about the Chinese New Year Celebration

Yesterday was the celebration of the Lunar New Year, so here are five things that you might not know about the new year:

1. Although it’s commonly known as Chinese New Year, locals don’t refer to it as so.

Those who take part in the festivities in China call it Lunar New Year, as the lunar calendar is what determines the dates. The celebrations surrounding the holiday are called the Spring Festival.

2. Rather than having one day to ring in a new year, the Lunar New Year has 15.

The Chinese New Year celebrations begin the day before the start of the new year and go until the 15th day of the new year, meaning there’s plenty of time to party! In that time, the New Year is honored with parades, horse races, bazaars, time of worship, and other activities.