JDT underline title credentials

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Blues not so fab without Cesc

TNP EPL MANIA

GOOD GUESS: Three lucky fans (above, with bags) won L'Oreal goodie bags after predicting the correct half-time score during the screening which attracted 50-odd fans. 

GOOD GUESS: Three lucky fans won L'Oreal goodie bags after predicting the correct half-time score during the screening which attracted 50-odd fans (above). 

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Ko is youngest world No. 1

Lydia Ko
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LVG happier with Falcao's goal than RVP's

"I am more happy that Falcao was scoring also because Robin (van Persie) has already scored enough goals. Falcao needs that goal more than Robin." — Man United manager Louis van Gaal on Falcao (above) scoring
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Juventus held, Inter stunned

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Veteran Hingis wins mixed doubles title with Paes

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A fortune in fish

HARVEST: Workers harvesting the fish, which will be sent to Jurong Fishery Port for processing.
HARVEST: Workers harvesting the fish, which will be sent to Jurong Fishery Port for processing.
WORK: Mr Hussein Masor, the farm's harvest manager, looks on as workers haul in the fish using a crane.
WORK: Mr Hussein draws the net at one of the farm's 19 cages.
CAUGHT: After they are harvested, the fish are sold to local hotels and restaurants, as well as exported to Australia.
FISH FAN: 
Mr Joep Kleine Staarman, 57, is the founder of Barramundi Asia.
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City blow their chance to beat Chelsea

EVEN STEVENS: David Silva (top) celebrating with Sergio Aguero after scoring the equaliser, but City could not find a winner against Chelsea.
"Both teams have a clear style of play. Everyone wants to play in the way he thinks is better. He has a style. You analyse the style of Chelsea. I analyse just the style of my team." — Pellegrini (above) taking a veiled criticism of Jose Mourinho’s stifling style of football

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini attempted to pull off what no other team could achieve this Premiership season - beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

But it was Jose Mourinho who had the last laugh.

Man City became the first side to return from Chelsea's den with a point to show, but there is no solace for Pellegrini in the 1-1 draw yesterday morning (Singapore time), only disappointment.

The truth is, City blew it, says Gary Lim.

Chelsea were there for the taking.

City needed to strike a hammer blow to smash the Blues' state of mind, but ended up shattering their own title credentials.

Read the full report in our print edition on Feb 2.

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Novak is king of Melbourne

Djokovic lands fifth Australian Open title as his fitness proves the difference

Novak Djokovic
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Ex-student caught for committing lewd act in library

DARING: Former Oregon State University student Kendra Sunderland was caught for allegedly flashing on film in her school library.
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