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'I've got another nine years in me," says Jeev Milkha Singh

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Indian veteran Jeev Milkha Singh Wednesday gave himself nine years to win a Major after returning to the top 100 on the back of one of the biggest wins of his career.

Singh, 41, said India's improvin

Mcilroy promises to deliver at Barclays Singapore Open

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Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy promises to show why he is the planet's best golfer when he steps up to the tee at the Barclays Singapore Open which begins on Thursday.

McIlroy's last visit to the Li

Shamim and Rashid raring to go against superstars in Singapore

Jeev Milkha Singh and Gaganjeet Bhullar may be the two most famous Indian golfers but back home Shamim Khan and Rashid Khan have been most dominating ones on the burgeoning Indian PGTI Tour, which has

Woods says getting back to No. 1 will take time

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On the two-year anniversary of losing his No. 1 ranking, Tiger Woods said on Thursday that winning was the best way for him to get back to the top.

And that could take some time.

Four players have b

Jeev eyes glory at Barclays Singapore Open

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Indian great Jeev Milkha Singh believes he is back to his best form as he aims to emulate his 2008 victory at the US$6 million Barclays Singapore Open next week.

Singh enjoyed one of his finest seas

McIlroy eyes Singapore success


Northern Ireland's golfer Rory McIlroy says he is thriving on the pressure of being World No.1 and will be hard to beat if he brings his 'A' game to the $6 million Singapore Open next month.


Pagunsan seeks retribution at Singapore Open


Reigning Asian Tour No.1 golfer Juvic Pagunsan has unfinished business to attend to when he returns to the $6 million Singapore Open next month.

Pagunsan lost in a Monday play-off to Gonzalo Fernande

We need to stop Chhetri: Radojko Avramovic

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“It’s pretty obvious,” Singapore’s Serbian Coach Radojko Avramovic stated. “It’s obvious Indian Football is marching ahead and I feel at a rapid pace,” he commented.

“India played in the Asian Cup in

World Bank slashes East Asia-Pacific growth forecast


The World Bank on Monday slashed its 2012 growth forecast for developing countries in East Asia and the Pacific to 7.2 per cent, down from 8.3 per cent in 2011, due to the fragile global economy.


Vettel wins dramatic Singapore Grand Prix


Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel survived an incident-packed Singapore Grand Prix to reignite his world title defence with a thrilling victory on Sunday.

After two safety cars, crashes and the shock retir

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