Suarez to learn fate

first_imgThe fall-out from Fulham’s controversial victory over Liverpool is still in the news, with Luis Suarez expected to discover today whether he will face another FA charge.The Liverpool forward has already been charged for allegedly aiming a racist slur at Manchester United’s Patrice Evra at Anfield in October.Helguson has been in great form.And he could also be in hot water for his obscene gesture towards Fulham fans as he left the pitch at Craven Cottage on Monday.Meanwhile, with QPR discussing improved contracts for a number of players, the Daily Mail picks up on a possible new deal for Heidar Helguson.The Icelander has netted six goals for Rangers this season and been compared to Bolton stalwart Kevin Davies by manager Neil Warnock.This page is updated throughout the day.Follow West London Sport on Twitterlast_img read more

The best of this month

first_imgA quick roundup of what’s hot around the globe this month. choose from the hottest events, shows and happenings in the world of music, art, cinema, literature, sport, fashion, wine and food.AustraliaNov 02Also known as ‘the race that stops the nation’, the Melbourne Cup is the biggest horse racing event in the continent. Taking place at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, the prize money is a whooping $6 million. Watch the rich and famous come dressed in their most fashionable attire for the race which turns 150 years old this year. Book your tickets at www.melbournecup.comGermanyNov 03 TO 07With 23 events, more than 30 jazz ensembles and 250 musicians, this year’s JazzFest Berlin promises to be rather interesting. The music played in these five days is both traditional and progressive. Get into the mood as you attend the musical recitals and orchestra performances by international artists all over the German capital. For booking tickets visit www.jazzfest-berlin.deIndiaNov 05Adorned like a new bride, Delhi glistens with lights during Diwali. All the markets are lit up beautifully, but authentic decoration can be seen at homes, where earthen diyas and colourful rangolis beautify entrances. Adding to the festive atmosphere are makeshift stalls adorning pathways in places like Khan Market, INA, Dilli Haat, and many such markets, selling everything related to the Diwali puja.USANov 06 TO 07Imagine biting into an omelette cooked with more than 5,000 eggs. It cannot get bigger than this. Each year chefs across Abbeville in Louisiana gather at Magdelen Square to cook the omelette at the Giant Omelette Celebration. It is prepared in a 12-ft skillet with 50 pounds of ingredients. The event also has music, dance, and vintage cars on display.Visit for details.USANov 11 TO 14For four days New Yorkers forget all about health food and devour chocolates in all forms and varieties at the New York Chocolate Show. This year the show gets a little bit different with cooking demonstrations by the city’s best chocolatiers and pastry chefs. That is not all. There is also a Chocolate Fashion Show for those interested. For details visit 13Witness an event that has been taking place for the last 800 years. The Lord Mayor’s Show in London begins with a bang–literally–with the city’s most spectacular annual display of more than half a ton of giant fireworks, some of which shoot over 600 ft into the sky before exploding. It is a gala event filled with fun at the banks of the river Thames.Visit www.lordmayorsshow.orgIndiaNov 13 TO 22Warning: Don’t be surprised if you see caparisoned camels with anklets, bangles and silver bells walking around, after all you are at the world’s largest camel and cattle fair–Pushkar Fair. There are beauty competitions among camels. Each evening there are folk dances, music shows and, of course, plenty of local Rajasthani food.advertisementSingapore Nov 21The Swissotel Vertical Marathon requires you to sprint up 1,336 steps of the tallest hotel (73 storeys) not just in the country, but in Southeast Asia. There are more than 15 categories for the race including Lovebird’s Challenge where the couple has to reach the finish line hand-in-hand. For bookings visit www.swissotelverticalmarathon.comIndiaNov-Dec 22 TO 02There can’t be a more potent combination than sun, sand, surf and cinema. Goa is abuzz with filmmakers and actors coming to attend the International Film Festival of India. It provides the rare opportunity to view classic work in languages such as Iranian, Greek, Bulgarian, Polish and Hungarian. Visit read more