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HindustanTimes Sun,21 Sep 2014

Asia Cup 2012 : News

It hasn’t sunk in yet: Sachin

The India players had picked up Sachin Tendulkar on their shoulders for a victory lap around the Wankhede Stadium. But with the Indian Premier League beginning just days later India’s 28-year wait for the World Cup never really precipitated. Nilankur Das reports. They say

Thanks a ton!

Tendulkar adds the latest chapter in his record-breaking career with perhaps the greatest feat as he strikes his 100th century. Nilankur Das reports.

Desert storm: The best from his archive

As Sachin Tendulkar's notched up his 100th international century and 49th ODI international hundred on Friday, it's a good time to rewind to April 22nd 1998 when Tendulkar produced one of his best ODI innings as he tore into the Australian bowlers. S Dipak Ragav reports.

It's selfish to say one should retire when on top: Tendulkar

A phenomenal century of hundreds under his belt but iconic Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is in no mood to consider retirement as he feels going out on top is a "selfish thought". Congratulate Sachin on his 100th ton | First batsman to score 100th ton  | A-Z of Tendulkar | HT special: 100 faces of Sachin | Worshipping the Master 

I am 100% sure about my effort, commitment: Sachin

Tendulkar may have had to wait close to a year to achieve the historic feat of scoring 100 international tons but the delay was certainly not due to any lack of effort, with the star batsman giving himself a mark of "100 out of 100" in terms of effort and commitment. 'Selfish to say one should retire when on top' | First batsman to score 100th ton | A-Z of Tendulkar | HT special: 100 faces of Sachin | Worshipping the Master

Wish I had someone to guide me: Sachin

The maestro feels his commitment and wholehearted effort towards the game have helped him achieve the landmark. Nilankur Das reports. On an average | They say

They only talked about missed chances: Tendulkar

 "The anticipation and disappointment when I didn't get this hundred was way too greater than anything else. I don't know how to explain it to you," Sachin Tendulkar said, a day after scoring the most-awaited century. Nilankur Das reports. 'Selfish to say one should retire when on top' | First batsman to score 100th ton | A-Z of Tendulkar | HT special: 100 faces of Sachin | Worshipping the Master

Sachin should keep going: Time

Hailing Sachin Tendulkar's feat of scoring 100 centuries, Time magazine has joined issue with those seeking his retirement saying the Indian cricket legend has "earned the right to keep going, to keep achieving."

I have scored 100 out of 100 in terms of commitment: Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar may have had to wait close to a year to achieve the historic feat of scoring 100 international centuries but the delay was certainly not due to any lack of effort, with the star batsman giving himself a mark of "100 out of 100" in terms of effort and commitment.

Tendulkar is a champion off field too: Mom-in-Law

Sachin Tendulkar's humane qualities sets him apart from the rest, says his mother-in-law who feels lucky that her daughter got married to the iconic Indian cricketer.

'Tendulkar's 100 centuries as good as as Pele's 1,281 goals'

Sachin's 100 ODI centuries is a bigger feat than Bradman's Test average of 99.94 and compares favourably with football legend Pele's 1,281 goals, feels the bowler who was at the receiving end when the iconic Indian cricketer got to his first ton.

Tendulkar is pride of subcontinent, says Bangladesh PM

"We are delighted at Tendulkar's hundredth century as he is a pride of the sub-continent," Hasina said during the reception hosted in honour of the batting great at her Ganobhaban residence. Selfish to say one should retire when on top: Sachin
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