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Rockies give out shirts honoring Tulowitzki - but spell his name wrong
MLB: Colorado Rockies at San Francisco Giants(Reuters) - Ebay may soon heat up with searches for baseball jerseys honoring Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, after his own team managed to spell the top hitter's name wrong. The team gave out 15,000 of the shirts to fans attending a home game at Coors Field in Denver on Saturday, spelling as "Tulowizki" the name of the player tied for first for the highest batting average in Major League Baseball. Some of the jerseys with the misspelled name were already bid up to more than $40 just a few hours after being offered on the eBay auction site. By comparison, Tulowitzki shirts - with the correct spelling - can be purchased on the site for as little as $11.99.

Golf-Record-breaker Langer wins Senior British Open by 13 shots
Bernhard Langer sealed a remarkable record-breaking victory in the Senior British Open on Sunday, winning by 13 shots after leading the event in all four rounds. The German's six birdies and two bogeys left second-placed Colin Montgomerie and the rest far behind. It was 56-year-old Langer's fourth round in the 60s and he posted the largest winning margin in the history of event, eclipsing Bob Charles's seven-shot victory at Turnberry in 1989. Montgomerie, recent winner of the Senior U.S. PGA and U.S. Open titles, was alone in second, three shots clear of American Tom Pernice Jnr., England's Barry Lane and Canadian Rick Gibson, Gibson had been second going into the final round but shot a disappointing four-over-par 75.

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Pilots' union raps Lufthansa move to resume Israel route
Germany's pilots' union criticized a decision by Air Berlin and Lufthansa to resume flights to Israel, ending a ban imposed in response to fears that rockets fired from the Gaza Strip may hit aircraft. Lufthansa and Air Berlin said they will resume flights to Israel's Ben Gurion Airport on Saturday, the same day a 12-hour humanitarian truce agreed by Israel and Hamas began. Joerg Handwerg, a board member at German pilots' union Vereinigung Cockpit said the decision seemed driven by political and economic factors rather than by security reasons.

Coal reserves offer no relief for India fuel crunch
A miner carries a load of wet coal up wooden slats in a coal mine shaft near Rimbay village in the Indian state of Meghalaya on January 31, 2013India sits on one of the world's biggest coal reserves, yet its power stations are starved of the fuel with some idle and others running dangerously low on supplies. Coal accounts for nearly 60 percent of India's electricity, and the country's biggest utility company warned the government this month that supplies at many plants were severely depleted. While the government has rushed to avert an immediate crisis, analysts say much longer-term solutions are needed to spur recovery of the sluggish economy, which is hugely dependent on coal imports despite large domestic reserves. "India needs more power –- a lot more, and fast," said HSBC economist Frederic Neumann.
   

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