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A Sol-ar eclipse – and it’s now 51

And Sol Campbell makes it 51. Arsenal set a record of sorts in the English Premiership this season, becoming the only team to have a player been sent off in both their opening matches - a remarkable achievement even in a team that have had more than their fair share of sackings.

Hockey in crisis over Germans and Dominicans

World field hockey chiefs were on Friday grappling with a major row caused by two unrelated trans-Atlantic developments that threaten to undermine the Olympic sport.

Bruce eyeing England midfielder David Dunn

Birmingham boss Steve Bruce was reported on Friday to have launched a £5.5mil (US$9mil) bid to sign England midfielder David Dunn from Blackburn.

Tale of a word freak

STEFAN Fatsis has a way with the English language and its lexicon. There is no doubt about that when you read his book I>Word Freak Heartbreak, Triumph, Genius, and Obsession in the World of Competitive Scrabble Players/I>.

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Arsenal to face United in playoff if there’s a deadheat

Manchester United and Arsenal may have to playoff on a neutral venue in May if the English Premier League finishes in a deadheat.

Phelps wins 100m butterfly title, but breaks no record

Michael Phelps felt his 100m butterfly victory at USA Swimming#8217;s spring championships was a bit of a failure, even if it did make him the first male swimmer to win titles in three different strokes at a US national meet.

Losing that fear of falling

Mundane tasks like taking a bath, walking to a neighbour's house or shopping for groceries becomes a challenge when seniors begin to develop a fear of losing their balance, writes N.R. KLEINFIELD.

The king's astronomer

King Charles II of England, like his French contemporary King Louis XIV, was a patron of the sciences. In 1675, Charles II broke new ground by appointing an #8220;Astronomical observatory#8221; (a title later changed to Astronomer Royal) to take charge of the newly constructed Greenwich Observatory, east of London.

New RTM series to tell the truth about PAS

The Information Ministry will produce a second series of the I>Kelantan Dalam Gerhana /I>(Kelantan under the Eclipse) programme in order to tell the truth about the PAS-controlled state.