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Sania Mirza with Mawra and Urwa Hocane in Lahore Winter evenings, good food and Lahore.. Sania Mirza has been enjoying the season to the fullest in the historic town. The tennis star and wife of cricketer Shoaib Malik hung out with the cricket and celebrity fraternity in Lahore during her time off from tennis, and the pictures circulating on social media show how much fun she?s been having! Sania attended a dinner hosted by Mohammad Hafeez before the team departed for New Zealand. Hafeez?s wife Nazia shared pictures from the occasion. Sania also had some quality time with Hafeez's daughter. Models and actresses Urwa and Mawra Hocane caught up with Sania for a meal out. Shoaib Malik was not going to be left out of the pictures. And finally, the most adorable picture of the lot: a click with Shoaib Malik's mother. "Hamari Jannat #maa [our paradise, mother]," he tweeted. Sania Mirza has some free time on her hands after a knee injury ruled her out of next month's Australian Open.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogGoogle, as per its tradition of honouring iconic personalities, paid homage to one of Urdu literature?s most iconic poets Mirza Ghalib on his 220th birthday. KARACHI: Global search engine Google, as per its tradition of honouring iconic personalities, paid homage to one of Urdu literature?s most iconic poets Mirza Ghalib on his 220th birthday. Born in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, during the reign of Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah, Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan is known in popular culture by many names, but most commonly as Ghalib (meaning conqueror). The poet showed a gift for language at an early age and was educated in Persian, Urdu, and Arabic, explains Google in its description. Early concepts of the Doodle. Photo: Google "His verse is characterized by a lingering sadness borne of a tumultuous and often tragic life ? from being orphaned at an early age, to losing all of his seven children in their infancy, to the political upheaval that surrounded the fall of Mughal rule in India. He struggled financially, never holding a regular paying job but instead depending on patronage from royalty and more affluent friends," according to Google. Ghalib navigated through these hardships with wit, intellect, and an all-encompassing love for life. His contributions to Urdu poetry and prose were not fully appreciated in his lifetime, but his legacy has come to be widely celebrated, most particularly for his mastery of the Urdu ghazal (amatory poem). On September 21, Google doodle paid homage to legendary Pakistani singer Noor Jehan on the occasion of her 91st birth anniversary. Google pays tribute to Noor Jehan on 91st birth anniversary Jehan, who is also known as the ?Queen of Melody?, was born on this day in 1925 in Kasur In a career spanning over decades, the legendary singer had reportedly recorded around 10,000 songs. Jehan?s biggest claim to fame was her role in lending her voice to boost morale of Pakistani forces during the 1965 war ? for which she was awarded the top-most civilian award ?Tamgha-e-Imtiaz?.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsFollowing their emphatic win over the World XI side last month, the Pakistan cricket team gave their fans another reason to celebrate after dismantling the Sri Lankan team in front of a raucous crowd in Lahore to seal the three-match T20 International series 3-0. At the helm of affairs, middle-order batsman Shoaib Malik was once again at his prolific best, blazing his way to a pivotal half-century that paved way for Lanka's whitewash in the series. He was also adjudged the Man of the Match (MoM) and Man of the Series (MoS) for his notable contributions in the series. © Reuters Thanks to his performance, Shoaib attracted plaudits from all corners with the fans calling him 'Mr. Dependent'. Along with all the praise, the Pakistani batsman also received a special message on Twitter. Sania Mirza, who was in the stands during the third T20I in Lahore, took to the micro-blogging website and added a romantic touch before praising her hubby. Using the photo of Shoaib where he was seen sitting on a bike - his MoS award, she tweeted: "Chalen phir is pe??". Chalen phir is pe?? ððð#MOM #Manoftheseries @realshoaibmalik pic.twitter.com/iEnkxuKJ7O — Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) October 29, 2017 Yes yes! Jaldi se ready ho jao jaan im on the way â¤ï¸ https://t.co/QnLkPmbNGP — Shoaib Malik (@realshoaibmalik) October 29, 2017 Acknowledging his wife's request to go for a bike ride, Shoaib replied, "Yes yes! Jaldi se ready ho jao jaan im on the way." Ok never mind.. I guess the seat is taken already ð¤·ð½âï¸ð @realshoaibmalik @76Shadabkhan ð¤ pic.twitter.com/TuAquumw5j — Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) October 29, 2017 Moments later, the Indian tennis sensation shared another photo where the Pakistani cricketer was seen sitting behind Shoaib on the bike. "Ok never mind. I guess the seat is taken already? @realshoaibmalik @76Shadabkhan?" she tweeted. No no left him at the ground far away koi chakkar hi nai hey aiesa — Shoaib Malik (@realshoaibmalik) October 29, 2017 To which Shoaib quickly replied: "No no left him at the ground far away koi chakkar hi nai hey aiesa". Ooops. Sorry bhabi ð https://t.co/6Oy7UAIbTm — Shadab Khan (@76Shadabkhan) October 29, 2017 Joining the funny conversation between Sania and Shoaib, Shadab who was the pillion rider also played along by tweeting: "Ooops. Sorry bhabi". While Indian captain Virat Kohli and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma have long been seen setting relationship goals for new-age couples, Sania and Shoaib aren't far behind either. The duo is arguably one of the most powerful couples in the sports industry.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogPakistani star cricketer Shoaib Malik and his Indian tennis star wife Sania Mirza have shown us how their relationship is strong and filled with lighter moments in a humorous exchange on Twitter. Sania was in Lahore to see Pakistan play a T20 match against Sri Lanka and witnessed her husband being awarded the man-of-the-series award. After the match, the Twitter exchange between the couple was one for the ages. It began with Sania asking for a ride on Shoaib?s newly won bike. Shoaib was quick to respond, telling Sania to get ready quickly. However, moments later Sania said the seat on the motorbike was already taken when she shared a picture of Shoaib and Shahdab Khan. Shoaib responded by telling his wife that he had left Shahdab Khan at the ground. Even Shahdab Khan could not resist and jumped in with his take on the whole situation. The whole conversation on Twitter amused the fans already thrilled by Pakistan?s stellar performance in the series, marking the return of Sri Lankan team to Pakistan after eight years.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogSania Mirza and her Chinese partner Shuai Peng Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and her Chinese partner Shuai Peng advanced to the women?s doubles semi-finals at the US Open after defeating Timea Babos and Andrea Hlavackova in a close two-set battle. The fourth-seeded Indo-Chinese pair edged past the fifth-seeded Hungarian-Czech duo 7-6 (5), 6-4 in the quarter-final which lasted one hour and 56 minutes. After being ranked as high as number one at the beginning of the year, Sania had failed to progress beyond the third round in the three previous Slams this year, where she played with three different partners. Sania has now reached the semi-finals in four of her last five appearances at the US Open, with her best display coming in 2015 when she won the title with Hingis. Sania and Peng now face second seeds Martina Hingis and Yung-Jan Chan, the pair which had defeated Sania and her Belgian partner Kirsten Flipkens at the Wimbledon.