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India thrash Pak in junior hockey


India pumped in four goals in the second session in a sizzling display of attacking hockey to post a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Pakistan in the Sultan of Johor Cup Under-21 men’s tournament here o

Johor Cup: Pakistan hold India to goalless draw


After posting two impressive wins, India were held to a goalless draw by arch-rivals Pakistan in their third round-robin league match at the Sultan of Johor Cup hockey tournament here on Wednesday.


Sultan of Johar Cup: India enter final


Indian hockey's junior men's team entered the final of second Sultan of Johar Cup here as they hammered New Zealand 3-1 in their fourth league match played at the Taman Daya Hockey Stadium Thursday.

Atkinson secures podium finish


MRF’s Australian driver Chris Atkinson reserved his best for the last and finished second from an overnight seventh position in the Malaysian leg of Asia-Pacific Rally Championship in Johor Bahru on S

Asia-Pacific Rally: Gill endures tough day


Local manufacturers Proton stole a march on favourites MRF on Day One of the Malaysian leg of Asia-Pacific Rally Championship in Johor Bahru on Saturday.

Chris Atkinson from Australia and India’s Gau

Team MRF set for encore at Malaysian Rally


After dominating the three-round Pacific Cup, team MRF will be looking to fortify their leader position in the Asia-Pacific Rally Championship when the Malaysian Rally gets vrooming in Johor Bahru, th

India blow away four-goal lead to lose 4-6 against Korea


India suffered a shocking defeat as Korea rode on captain Yang Ji Hun's superb hat-trick to script a remarkable come-from-behind 6-4 victory in their opening match of the U-21 Sultan of Johor Cup h

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