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At least 25 people have died in landslides and floods triggered by heavy rains in southwestern India, officials said on Sunday, as rescuers scoured for survivors in muddy debris and the military flew in emergency supplies.

Made In Chelsea’s Tiffany Watson confirms engagement to footballer Cameron McGeehan

Made In Chelsea’s Tiffany Watson is engaged to Cameron McGeehan (Picture: Instagram)

Tiffany Watson has announced her engagement to Cameron McGeehan.

The Made In Chelsea star, 27, shared an idyllic photo from a romantic trip to Paris, confirming their happy news on Instagram.

Beside a sweet snap as she kissed the Oostende footballer, 26, on a balcony, with the Eiffel Tower in the background, she penned: ’16.10.21 My Fiancé.

‘Thank you @cameronmcgeehan for planning the best day of my life and for making me feel like the luckiest and happiest girl ever. I love you.’

Tiffany’s sister Lucy was the very first to share her support for her sibling, reposting the upload on her own Instagram story.

‘My little sister got engaged,’ she wrote beside the photo.

Georgia Kousoulou slid into the comments to celebrate, replying: ‘Congratulations beautiful girl.’

As Tiffany’s E4 co-star Emily Blackwell added: ‘Omg!!! Congratulations.’

The happy couple were first linked when pictures of them looking cosy emerged last summer, and they have been inseparable ever since.

They took their relationship to the next level earlier this year and purchased a home together, with plans to renovate the property.

Famous friends rushed to congratulate the happy couple (Picture: Instagram)

Tiffany was previously in a rollercoaster relationship with Made In Chelsea co-star Sam Thompson, with their romance playing out on our screens.

It wasn’t to last and they split in 2017 after around three years together.

There is a lot to celebrate for the Watson clan at the moment, as Lucy tied the knot with long-term partner James Dunmore just last month.

The couple said their vows in a sun-drenched ceremony, with the reality star giving us a glimpse at her stunning gown soon after.

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In a video shared on the gram, they were seen walking hand in hand down the seafront aisle, as loved ones showered them in petals.

Natalie Cole’s This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) played in the background as the beaming bride slowly walked alongside her husband.

Lucy also shared a shot of the pair kissing and wrote: ‘12.09.2021’ while James shared a sweet photo of the pair to his own Instagram and captioned it: ‘My wife and I.’

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Cristiano Ronaldo will ‘disrupt’ Manchester United dressing room but not on ‘purpose’, insists Gary Neville

Cristiano Ronaldo with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Credits: REUTERS)

Gary Neville believes Cristiano Ronaldo will rustle some feathers in the Manchester United dressing room following the side’s defeat to Leicester City, but insists the 36-year-old wouldn’t do it ‘maliciously’.

The Red Devils were comprehensibly beaten 4-2 by the Foxes on Saturday, leaving United with two wins in their last six matches.

The pressure is building on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, particularly as United have Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham to come in their next three Premier League matches.

Ronaldo hit the headlines after United’s defeat to Aston Villa before the international break as the forward stormed down the tunnel after the loss and was clearly visibly angered by the performance.

Ronaldo was visibly unhappy after the defeat to Aston Villa (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

That’s led to suggestions that Ronaldo has requested a change of tactics from Solskjaer and Neville says the Portugal captan does have the capacity to disrupt the dressing room, even if it’s not ‘intentional’.

‘I don’t think Cristiano will disrupt the dressing room at all, purposely,’ Neville said on Instagram.

‘He may disrupt people naturally through the fact he wants to win and he wants to demand standards from them, but that wouldn’t be disruptive in any strong dressing room. There’s a massive imbalance in Manchester United at the moment, the team has got far too many players who want to get on the ball and not enough players who want to do both sides of the game.

‘You could put that down to the players, you could put that down to the manager, he’s got to get more out of them. But when I watch players like Mane, Firmino, De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, Foden at the other top teams in the league, yesterday evening even watching Loftus-Cheek and Kovacic in midfield, they’re a lot better out of possession than Manchester United are.

‘Manchester United are so baggy when they’re out of possession. Every other team gets into a compact, tight shape, shows respect to the opposition. This Manchester United team disrespect the opposition by how they get into their shape, there’s too much distance between the front and the back.

‘I don’t care how good you are as a player, if you don’t get into a defensive shape with each other then you are going to get pulled apart by half decent teams and that’s what’s happening at the moment.’

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United take on Atalanta on Wednesday, with the Red Devils on three points after two matches in their Champions League group.

Marcus Rashford could be handed his first start of the season after scoring off the bench against Leicester.

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Russian gamers Team Spirit scoop $18 MILLION PRIZE by winning Dota 2 The International eSports extravaganza

Team Spirit of Russia has been crowned the winner of The International 10 annual Dota 2 world championship eSports tournament, scooping a whopping $18.2 million prize for overcoming PSG.LGD in the final.

Team Spirit had gone 2-0 ahead but could not land a third battle, meaning the title was decided in a fifth game as their rivals – associated with French football giants Paris Saint-Germain – battled until the last.

PSG took home $5.2 million for finishing second place, while Team Secret were awarded a still respectable $3.6 million for their third place.


— Team Spirit @TIX (@Team__Spirit) October 17, 2021

Massive win. What an underdog story. And fully deserving.

They eliminated the defending champions.
They eliminated the strongest team of the year.
They eliminated the tournament favorites.
They sacrificed hair. Next year, all Dota players will be bald.

Congratulations!! #TI10

— Wykrhm Reddy (@wykrhm) October 17, 2021

Team Spirit reached the final by seeing off back-to-back champions OG and ending their dreams of a threepeat with a 2-0 win before the weekend.

After a round robin group stage in the 18-team tournament, the main event was played in a double elimination format at the National Arena in Romanian capital Budapest, which is usually capable of holding up to 55,000 fans but was empty on this occasion.

The victorious team was made up of Russians Yaroslav Naidenov (Miposhka), Magomed Khalilov (Collapse), and Alexander Khertek (Torontotokyo), as well as Miroslav Kolpakov (Mira) and Ilya Mulyarchuk (Yatoro) of Ukraine.  

“I don’t know what to say at all,” Naidenov was quoted as saying of his team’s staggering win.

“I’m not even sure that this [title defense] will happen. We’ll think about the future later.

“I don’t know what we’ll do next. Maybe someone will even retire. We just won such a big prize! Does it even make sense to play Dota [anymore]?”

At the end of a ruthless Grand Final that kept us all on the edge of our seats, @Team__Spirit were able to overcome @PSGeSports, and now hoist the Aegis of Champions as the winners of The International 2021! #TI10 #Dota2

— The International (@dota2ti) October 17, 2021


It was an amazing adventure. We thank all the fans for your support! We wouldn’t be there without you. See you next season!#SPIRITIX

— Team Spirit @TIX (@Team__Spirit) October 17, 2021

This was The International’s first edition since 2019, with Covid scrapping one planned for Stockholm last year.

And online, Team Spirit’s victory was wildly celebrated. 

“WE ARE THE INTERNATIONAL 10 CHAMPIONS,” beamed the group via their official Twitter account. 

“It was an amazing adventure. We thank all the fans for your support! We wouldn’t be there without you. See you next season!,” they finished.

𝗖𝗛𝗔𝗠𝗣𝗜𝗢𝗡𝗦🥳@Team__Spirit 👏#Dota2 #TI10

— Сборная России (@TeamRussia) October 17, 2021

The Russian national football team were among the biggest-name congratulators of Team Spirit, whose “massive win” was heralded elsewhere as an “underdog story”.

“They eliminated the defending champions. They eliminated the strongest team of the year. They eliminated the tournament favorites. They sacrificed hair,” explained a popular esports fan account.

“Next year, all Dota players will be bald. Congratulations!!” it signed off.


— WePlay Esports RU (@weplay_ru) October 17, 2021

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