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  1. ﻋﺸﺮﺕِ ﻗﻄﺮﮦ ﮨﮯ ﺩﺭﯾﺎ ﻣﯿﮟ ﻓﻨﺎ ﮨﻮ ﺟﺎﻧﺎ ﺩﺭﺩ ﮐﺎ ﺣﺪ ﺳﮯ ﮔﺰﺭﻧﺎ ﮨﮯ ﺩﻭﺍ ﮨﻮ ﺟﺎﻧﺎ ﻣﺮﺯﺍ ﻏﺎﻟﺐ ﺭﺣﻤﺘﮧ ﺍﻟﻠﮧ ﻋﻠﯿﮧ
  2. She is known for owning the tennis court when she is on it and she is known for her trenchant responses off it as well. Her name is Sania Mirza, and she needs no introduction. Yet, people often tend to overlook all her achievements in the hopes of pulling down a woman who has a mind of her own, a tongue to voice her opinions, and an innate sense of pride - that simply makes her brilliant! The former World No. 1 in the women's doubles rankings, Sania was featured as one of the '50 Heroes of Asia' by Time and also made it to The Economic Times' list of, '33 Women Who Made India Proud'. She was also a part of Time magazine's 2016 list of the '100 Most Influential People In The World' and there seems to be so much more besides all that to remember her by. © Reuters Apart from the memorable matches and victories on the tennis court, she is also known for being a badass, sassy woman off the court, when it comes to crossing her just for the sake of it. We list down 5 such memorable instances that prove the star player, who recently became a mother,is a real badass you don't want to mess with. 1. Daring The Fatwas One T-Shirt At A Time In 2005, when Sania was just 18-year-old, a Muslim cleric named Haseeb-ul-Hasan Siddiqui from Kolkata issued a fatwa against her for wearing t-shirts and skirts to her matches. He insisted that she covered up for the matches or face consequences. But Sania wasn't someone who could be held back by threats, and this is what she did instead. She started sporting slogan tees that read, "I'm cute? No shit..." "You can either agree with me - or be wrong," and "Well behaved girls rarely make history"! © Reuters This is what she had to say to people who were more concerned about her dress than her game: "How I dress is a very personal thing," she once said. "As long as I am winning, people shouldn't care whether my skirt is six inches long or six feet long. It is scary that every time I wear a T-shirt, it becomes a talking point for the next three days." 2. Setting The Record Straight With Rajdeep Sardesai During an interview with prominent journo Rajdeep Sardesai about her then-recently launched autobiography 'Ace Against Odds', the TV presenter asked Sania when she planned on “settling down”, and her response to that is one for the books. © Reuters Here's exactly how the rest of the conversation followed: Rajdeep: Amidst all the celebrityhood, when is Sania going to settle down? Is it going to be in Dubai? Is it going to be in any other country? What about motherhood, building a family? I don't see all that in the book, it seems like you don't want to retire just yet to settle down. Sania: You don't think I'm settled? Rajdeep: You don't talk about retirement, about raising a family, about motherhood, what's life beyond tennis is going to be. Sania: You sound disappointed that I'm not choosing motherhood over being number one in the world at this point of time. But I'll answer your question anyway, that's the question I face all the time as a woman, that all women have to face; the first is marriage and then it's motherhood. Unfortunately, that's when we're settled, and no matter how many Wimbledons we win or number ones in the world we become, we don't become settled. But eventually, it will happen, not right now. And when it does happen I'll be the first one to tell everybody when I plan to do that. Rajdeep: I must apologise, I framed that question very badly. I promise you, you're right, I would never ask this question to a male athlete. Sania: I'm so glad, you're the first journalist to apologise to me on national television. 3. Politely Calling Out Bullies In The Sports Industry When Sania completed 80 weeks as the World No. 1 in women's double, she shared her happiness about the same via a tweet - Today I complete 80 consecutive weeks as the number 1 player in d worldðits been an amazing journey and just inspires me to work harder @WTA pic.twitter.com/BsHoeU0YAT — Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) October 18, 2016 But then former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar tried to correct her by reminding her that she was “No. 1 doubles player”. Sania simply replied with a short tweet saying, "Since I don't play singles anymore isn't it obvious/common sense? My bad, common sense is not that common after all... :)" Attagirl! What a fitting reply. 4. When She Trounced The Bullies Who Called Her 'Pakistan's Daughter-In-Law' Almost the entire nation came together to bash the sports star left, right and centre, when she announced her plans to marry Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik. But no matter what the people had to say, she followed her heart and went ahead with her decision. © Reuters However, some people in India still couldn't get over it even after so many years, because when she was named as the brand ambassador for the state of Telangana, she was looked down upon and considered to be a lesser Indian. People even called her “Pakistan's daughter-in-law” to dissuade the Telangana CM from his decision. This particular incident hurt Sania bad enough to cause a meltdown on the public forum. But she wasn't to be silenced, and here's how she gave it back to the bullies on Live TV: "I've lived in Hyderabad all my life, my forefathers have lived in Hyderabad all their lives. They've done way too much for their state and this country, I've done way too much for this state and the country to even dignify that statement [with a response]. I'm honoured and humbled that the honourable CM has thought me to be worthy of being the brand ambassador of this state." 5. When She Called Out India's Inefficacy To Protect Its Women Sania became the first South Asian woman to be appointed as a Goodwill Ambassador in the history of United Nations, and when she had the chance to make herself be heard to a bigger and diverse audience, she called out India's failure to protect women's rights. Instead, a single statement from that interview was sensationalised. And here's how Sania handled all the backlash and came out a winner by standing by her statement. © Instagram In a series of tweets, she made her stand clear - "Just to make a couple of things very clear: I did NOT say that there is no respect for women in India. I am the ambassador for the region and I would never be where I am today if the country hadn't given me all this love," "But I am fortunate, very fortunate. There are millions of women who are less fortunate in this part of the world and have been victims of abuse, physical or sexual, and have not been allowed to follow their dreams because they were a girl! So whether you guys like to accept it or not, this is the truth. "And yes, I do believe that if I was a man I would not have faced certain unnecessary controversies that I did! And some language that is being used here on Twitter doesn't seem too respectful to me! So some of you need to clean your tongue first before wanting to claim that you respect women and people in general..." "...I have made myself very clear, and will stand for what I believe in and address the issue of gender inequality." © Instagram She isn't a woman to be meddled with, because she always knows where she is coming from. She speaks her mind and calls a spade a spade, whether you like it or not. She has inspired millions of girls to chase their dreams, wish for crazy, successful futures and live their lives on their own terms. More power to you Sania, and happy birthday!
  3. It's a great day for the friends, fans and family members of Tennis Queen Sania Mirza and Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik, who welcomed their baby boy on Tuesday, October 30. The proud father announced the birth of 'baby Mirza Malik' on social media and wrote, "Excited to announce: Its a boy, and my girl is doing great and keeping strong as usual #Alhumdulilah. Thank you for the wishes and Duas, we are humbled #BabyMirzaMalik." Excited to announce: Its a boy, and my girl is doing great and keeping strong as usual #Alhumdulilah. Thank you for the wishes and Duas, we are humbled ðð¼ #BabyMirzaMalik ð¼ð¼ — Shoaib Malik ðµð° (@realshoaibmalik) October 30, 2018 As soon as the news came out, people on social media lost their calm and we aren't surprised at all. From Sania's sister Anam Mirza to Sania's close friend Farah Khan, people's excitement knew no bounds. View this post on Instagram It's a boyyyy!!!! Alhamduilllllaaahhhh!!! @mirzasaniar @realshoaibmalik #babymirzamalik 30.10.18 ð A post shared by Anam Mirza (@anammirzaaa) on Oct 29, 2018 at 6:12pm PDT View this post on Instagram Finally!! Best news in a long time!! Congratulations @mirzasaniar @realshoaibmalik @anammirzaaa @imranmirza58 n of course the nani n daadi ♥ï¸god bless our lil angel A post shared by Farah Khan Kunder (@farahkhankunder) on Oct 29, 2018 at 6:28pm PDT Fans in both India and Pakistan were equally thrilled and excited after hearing this news and flooded social media with best wishes and prayers for the couple and 'baby Mirza Malik'. Some even said how this baby is the peace ambassador between the two countries. Bohat Mubarak ho Shoaib Bhai and @MirzaSania Bhabi all the best Wishes & Prayers — Aizaz Cheema (@AizazCheema) October 30, 2018 Bohat bohat Mubarak Shoaib bhai and @MirzaSania . — Umar55 (@mdk_gul) October 30, 2018 Dear Shoaib and Sania, many congratulations on the birth of your baby son. Wonderful news for both of you and your families! ðð — Alan Wilkins (@alanwilkins22) October 30, 2018 Yaaaay!! #BabyMirzaMalik is here â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ many many congratulations @realshoaibmalik and @MirzaSania Yours is a story which restores my faith in love!! MashaAllah MashaAllah Buhut buhut Mubarak — Wajeeha Hussain (@Wajeeha_H) October 30, 2018 Congratulations,sir!!A lot of congrats to #SaniaMirza bhabi too...!wish the whole family a long and pleasant life,and hope #babymirzamalik acts as a bridge between 2 nations and brings peace..!ðððð¤ðð — ÅbåįÄűÅÅëhmãÅ!!!⤠(@fDrUbaid) October 30, 2018 Sooo finally the. Most awaited child of both India and Pakistan has come. Many many congratulations @realshoaibmalik n @MirzaSania May Allah bless the little one and his parents with lots of happiness. #BabyMirzaMalik ð¼ https://t.co/YVPa6kY1OZ — natii (@Kaynat58701269) October 30, 2018 But, that's not the reason we love Twitter for, we love the platform for its funny take on anything and everything under the sun and the little one wasn't spared from the funny banter either. People had some legit queries in their minds like which team will 'baby Mirza Malik' play for? Or which sport will he play? #BabyMirzaMalik has arrived into this world and will play cricket with tennis ball — Lavi (@lavi13alive) October 30, 2018 Finally a biggest achievement by #ShoaibMalik that he made whole india mamooo....#BabyMirzaMalik — Asad ðµð° (@AsadCheeku) October 30, 2018 Since @MirzaSania has delivered, they should call him 'Ace' #AceMirzaMalik #SaniaMirza — Mohd Asim (@MohdAsim1) October 30, 2018 World: Will you play cricket or tennis. For India or Pakistan? Baby Mirza Malik: Yaar. I was born just now! #SaniaMirza #BabyMirzaMalik #ShoaibMalik — Jayanthi Jayavanth (@JayanthiJayava1) October 30, 2018 Congratulations on the baby, Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik. He may create a racquet, bat I'm sure you'll have a ball.#BabyMirzaMalik — Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) October 30, 2018 While social media is debating over the sport the little one will take up, let's take this moment to congratulate the parents and their family.
  4. Owing to the cross-border tensions and the prolonged issue of Kashmir, India and Pakistan have successfully managed to become arch-rivals over the years. But, their rivalry isn't restricted to the border lines, in fact, it seems to have transcended across sports as well. And, cricket is probably the one that is much anticipated than the rest. As soon as the lucrative draw of an India vs Pakistan match is announced, the tickets sell like hot-cakes and the excitement amongst fans soars to an all-time high. If this is the case before the clash, you can probably anticipate what happens when the two teams take the field. It might seem like just another cricket match to many others, but for the citizens of India and Pakistan, it is nothing less than war (barring weapons of course). Thus, when the date of India's group-stage clash against Pakistan in the 2018 Asia Cup came close, cricket fanatics across the globe once again braced themselves for yet another thrilling contest. But, while many prepared themselves in advance for the 'mother of all battles', Indian tennis sensation Sania Mirza gave some words of wisdom to the over-enthusiastic fans. Soo less than 24hrs to go for this match,safe to sign out of social media for a few days since the amount of nonsense thts gonna b said here can make a 'regular' person sick ,let alone a pregnant oneðLater guys!Knock yourselves out!BUT remember-ITS ONLY A CRICKET MATCH! Toodles! — Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) September 18, 2018 Married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, Sania took to Twitter and urged fans to keep their emotions in check and treat the Indo-Pak clash as a cricket match and nothing more. "Soo less than 24hrs to go for this match, safe to sign out of social media for a few days since the amount of nonsense thts gonna b said here can make a 'regular' person sick, let alone a pregnant one. Later guys! Knock yourselves out!BUT remember- ITS ONLY A CRICKET MATCH! Toodles!," she tweeted. India will be locking horns with Pakistan after a span of 15 months since their debacle in the 2017 Champions Trophy final. The Sarfraz Ahmed-led side broke a billion hearts after defeating the tournament favourites by a huge margin of 180 runs. Led by Rohit Sharma, the Indian team will be eager to avenge their heartbreaking loss when they take the field in the Asia Cup group-stage game today. With Virat Kohli missing from the line-up, India will surely have their task cut out against Pakistan, who have emerged as one of the best-rounded limited-overs side in international cricket lately. The likes of Mohammad Amir and Hasan Ali will always be a threat with the new ball, which is probably why the Indian batsmen will need to be at their prolific best if they intend to bury their demons from the Champions Trophy 2017 final.
  5. View File Amrao Jaan Ada Novel Pdf by Mirza Hadi Ruswa Free Download Free download or read online another interesting Urdu book "Amrao Jaan Ada" and enjoy the fantastic debate between Mirza Hadi Ruswa and Amrao Jaan. "Amrao Jaan Ada" is the title name of this Urdu book which is authored by Mr. Mirza Mohammad Hadi Ruswa who is a famous Urdu litterateur from Lucknow, India. Mirza Hadi Ruswa is an Urdu writer and also a famous Urdu poet. He is best known for his Urdu poetry. Amrao Jan Ada Urdu book is all about the friends of the author and a young girl Amrao Jan Ada. Amrao Jan Ada is a prostitute living in Lucknow. Author Mirza Hadi Ruswa's friend Munshi Ahmed Hassan comes to Lucknow from India and book a room on rent in a chowk. Along with Munshi's room there is another room where Amrao Jan Ada is residing. Amrao Jaan Ada is a prostitute, but she is not like other prostitutes. Author along with other friends usually used to gather in Munshi Ahmed Hassan's room where Mirza Hadi Ruswa meets with Amrao Jan. They start the debate and other friends of Hadi Ruswa also join them. Amrao Jaan Ada Urdu book is all about them. Amrao Jan Ada by Mirza Hadi Ruswa is here in Pdf format. You can free download and read online this Urdu Book from the table below the following sample pages. Contents/Sample Pages of the Urdu Book "Amrao Jan Ada" By Mirza Hadi Ruswa Or For Read below. Submitter waqas dar Submitted 06/06/2018 Category Urdu Novels Writer/Author  
  6. Wish You Very Happy Birthday @Ayesha Mirza May You Live Long With Success, Happiness. May ALLAH fulfill your all desires. Ameen. Happy Birthday
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