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  1. The 16-year-old Naseem Shah has been hailed for his precocious talent. ? Photo: FileFormer Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif on Friday took a dig at young Pakistan fast bowler Naseem Shah over his age.The 16-year-old Naseem has been attracting...
  2. In 13 first-class games to date, Omair Bin Yousuf, who made his first-class debut last year, has scored 984 runs at an average of 46.85. ? Photo: PCB/YouTubeBudding batsman Omair Bin Yousuf, a member of Pakistan ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup squad,...
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  4. For a really long time, the world of cricket remained unfazed by the concept of fitness, which continued to be a prerequisite for athletes plying their trade in other sports. Cricketers, in the past, were more concerned and focussed on honing their techniques and skills which meant that fitness took a back seat. But, modern-day cricket is no longer the same. The likes of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers introduced a breed of cricketers who were not only technically sound and skilful, but also physically fit to carry out the chores on the field. The new-age cricketer is electric on the field, runs hard between wickets and pulls off blinders - all that seemed impossible for the previous generations. But, while international cricket has witnessed the modern-day cricketers setting new standards in the sport, there are some players who still back their cricketing skills over fitness. Afghanistan opener Mohammad Shahzad is the one that belongs to the latter category. © Twitter Earlier this year, the Afghanistan cricketer was mocked and drew a lot of flak for his comments regarding the fitness concerns over his game. "I work a lot on my fitness but I don't compromise on food). You want me to have a fitness routine like Kohli, it is not possible, but I am working on it (losing weight). I can hit bigger sixes than Kohli, so why do I need to follow his diet?" he had said. While many laughed at him, others wasted no time in taking a dig at his 'beer belly'. But, for a man who was deemed unfit to play in Australia in Afghanistan's first-ever ICC World Cup appearance, Shahzad silenced all the naysayers and shattered all the pre-conceived notions on the back of a blistering hundred against India in the ongoing 2018 Asia Cup. On 25th September, Afghanistan and India were gearing up for the Super Four clash which held no serious effect on either side in the tournament going forward. India had already secured their berth in the final and Afghanistan were out of the tournament. But, the so-called inconsequential game had a bearing on how we saw the sport. © Twitter Opening the innings for his side, Shahzad took charge of the proceedings right from the word go and took the inexperienced Indian pace attack to the cleaners. Making the powerplay his personal playtime, the right-hander raced his way to fifty in just 37 deliveries to ensure Afghanistan romped their way to 57 runs in nine overs. If his domination early on sent the Indian seamers ducking for cover, Shahzad's rampant run, at the later stage, cut a sorry figure for the opposition spinners. He blazed away against seam and spin in a merciless assault. When the bowlers bowled on the stumps, he used slog sweep to dispatch them over the fence, and once the ball was bowled wide of the stumps, the Afghan didn't miss out on sending them over cover for glorious boundaries. Even as the wickets kept on falling at the other end, Shahzad's blitzkrieg didn't stop, as he notched up a well-deserved hundred in 88 deliveries. His fine knock eventually came to an end in the 38th over after he holed out to long-off in a bid to smash a six. Shahzad's whirlwind of an innings was restricted to 124 runs that included 11 fours and seven sixes. It was his 5th ODI hundred and first against India. He also overtook Faf du Plessis (120 runs) to become the highest run-getter in an ODI inning against India. © Twitter Shahzad attacked 60 per cent of the balls he faced in his innings with a boundary percentage of 19 per cent - something that's more than his career average of 45 per cent and 12 per cent respectively for the two metrics listed above. His blistering innings was an exhibition of clean hitting - one that shows why he values power over fitness. On Tuesday, standing at 5 feet 8 inches and weighing over 90kg, none of the fitness concerns that surrounded Shahzad mattered. So what if he cannot run as quickly as Kohli, Dhoni or ABD? Shahzad's knock proved that he can adequately make up for it by hitting the ball long and clean. The man's philosophy of 'stand and deliver' - just like Virender Sehwag - cannot be overlooked, not after what he did to the Indian bowlers in Dubai.
  5. Mohammad Kaif scored 624 runs for India in 13 Tests and is famous for his match-winning 87 in the Natwest final against England at Lord's in 2002. Photo: File NEW DELHI: Indian batsman Mohammad Kaif on Friday retired from all forms of cricket ?...
  6. A 17-year-old skinny kid makes his debut for Pakistan, becomes an instant revelation, strays down the wrong lane, a tragic end beckons, hated by his countrymen and fans alike, a fallen star, a repentant star...but ultimately a star, who rises again. The story of Mohammad Amir is the one that keeps giving. From cricket fanatics to administrators of the game, many still feel that Amir should have never been allowed to step on the holy cricketing field again. And, why not? He had committed the unforgivable sin of match-fixing - the biggest crime in any sport. His actions had drained the faith of a billion fans and there is nothing more saddening than washed out hopes. © Reuters There was no surprise to see Amir getting banished from the sport for five long years. And, amongst multiple reasons instigating that decision, the most important one was to show the other players that such evil practices wouldn't be tolerated at any cost. But, as important as his punishment was for the betterment of the sport, Amir's successful redemption after making the second opportunity count, was one of the rare stories of rehabilitation in cricket. Today, aged 26, the disgraced star has not only won his fans back, but he has also established himself as the bowling spearhead of the Pakistani cricket team. Nothing can quite invoke the intensity and give an adrenaline rush the way fast bowling does in cricket. And, Amir's special bowling abilities - that once helped him break into the national team, has once again started weaving the magic he was known for early in his career. © Reuters Amir has undoubtedly redeemed himself on the back of hard work, dedication and sheer will to right his wrong. For a man who was once hated and jeered at, the left-arm bowling sensation has earned praise and respect from some of the best in the business including the likes of Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni. He has surely come a full circle - the one that would surely make for a gripping biopic. While the movie on Amir might not be in the pipeline yet, but the Pakistani bowling sensation has already revealed the actor he would want to play his part in the biopic on his life. An ardent fan of Bollywood movies and actors, Amir wants none other than 'Padmaavat's Raja Rawal Ratan Singh Shahid Kapoor to play his part. © Instagram During a candid interview with ESPNcricinfo, the Pakistani bowler revealed that he would like Shahid Kapoor to portray him, if a biopic on his life was ever made. Apart from that, Amir also claimed that Argentinian footballer Sergio Aguero is his favourite sportsman outside cricket. When asked about the most difficult batsman to bowl to, Amir - who has been a close friend of Virat Kohli - feels that it would be Steve Smith. While we don't know how Shahid Kapoor would fare in Amir's biopic, the Pakistani seamer is undeniably taking huge strides with his artistry with the ball and continues to serve his team in international cricket.
  7. LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has excused from including former Punjab chief minister Dost Mohammad Khosa to its ranks, sources informed Geo News Friday.Dost Mohammad is accused of murder of actress Sapna Khan. He was also not part of a...
  8. Mohammad Amir played a key role in Pakistan's win at Lord's. Photo: AFPMohammad Amir has had some of the greatest and undoubtedly the worst days of his career in England ? sometimes during the very same match.Fresh from helping bowl Pakistan to a...
  9. Pakistan´s Mohammad Amir bowls during play on day three of Ireland´s inaugural test match against Pakistan at Malahide cricket club, in Dublin on May 13, 2018. Photo: AFP DUBLIN: Bowling coach Azhar Mahmood admitted Pakistan were "concerned"...
  10. Pakistan´s Mohammad Amir bowls during play on day three of Ireland´s inaugural test match against Pakistan at Malahide cricket club, in Dublin on May 13, 2018. Photo: AFP DUBLIN: Bowling coach Azhar Mahmood admitted Pakistan were "concerned"...
  11. Liverpool?s Mohammad Salah has not only become a worldwide sensation in England where he plays for Liverpool but back in his hometown, the 25-year-old striker has become an even bigger hero with his sensational season at the English...
  12. Mohammad Asif. Photo: FileLAHORE: Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Asif criticised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for having 'double standards' and regretted not being selecting for the upcoming Test series against England and Ireland. Speaking...
  13. Mohammad Amir. Photo: Getty ImagesPakistani bowler Mohammad Amir has been granted a visa to travel to United Kingdon for the England-Ireland tour. He will leave for England tomorrow and join the rest of the squad in Canterbury.Mohammad Amir could...
  14. At first, the sight of the alleged Whatsapp conversations between Mohammad Shami and multiple women leaked on the social media seemed nothing more than a sick prank, insinuating a potential hand of trolls who thrive on throwing dirt on popular individuals. But, soon, the doubts subsided when Shami's wife Hasin Jahan was seen opening the can of worms during her interviews to multiple media outlets. The allegations levelled against Shami by own wife included infidelity, domestic violence, torture and pretty much everything there was to sabotage the reputation of a cricketer of his calibre. To top it all, Jahan has also accused Shami of cheating his country after she claimed her husband took money from a Pakistani girl named Alisbah over the insistence of England-based businessman Mohammed Bhai. © Instagram And, just like that, one of India's premier bowlers, a cricket icon and an inspiration to the youth became a pantomime villain. A personal matter that, ideally, should have dealt with behind closed curtains has sadly become a matter of great public debate, enticing media scrutiny. With the police investigation is still in progress, it's almost ludicrous to brand Shami as the perpetrator or calling his wife's claims baseless. We don't know if he really tortured, abused or even cheated on her, but it's just too hard to overlook his never-ending support to his wife in the past, at least on the social media. © Instagram Every time an Islamic zealot took aim at Jahan or their daughter with their moral policing drive, Shami stood up for his family and gave a befitting reply. At a time when traditionalists, in the name of religion, criticised Jahan for her choice of clothing, Shami rallied behind her and made the naysayers eat their own words. And, at the end of it all, it's just hard to wrap our heads around the fact that Shami would mean harm to his wife, let alone assault or cheat on her. Having said that, there's is no doubt that Shami's social media activity makes his case stronger, but what it does say a thing or two about his character, reflecting the kind of person he really is. And, maybe that's why someone as close to Shami as his former captain MS Dhoni had no qualms in throwing his weight behind the Indian seamer in these troubled times. © Instagram “As far as I know, Shami is a great human being. He cannot cheat his wife and country. This is Shami's personal matter and we should not make any comment on it,” Dhoni said in an exclusive interview with Jansatta.com. Apart from MSD, Shami also found support from another World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev who questioned Jahan's allegations and asked as to why she didn't voice her concerns earlier. "I refuse to believe the allegations that have been levelled by Shami's wife. If she knew about match-fixing then why didn't she report it earlier?" Dev told ABP News. © Instagram "When the relationship was fine, why was she silent then? There is an investigation team. Let them do their work. If Shami has done something like this then it is unacceptable and disgraceful. Shami is a brilliant hardworking cricketer. I agree that his personal relationship is in trouble currently but such kinds of allegations by his wife are nasty and sickening until proven," he added. Guilty or not, the explosive revelations by Jahan already seems to have hampered Shami's career with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) putting his central contract on hold amid the investigation. On the other hand, the Indian cricket fans who once cherished Shami's exploits on the field, are now deeming him unfit as a role model. The case also brings back the memories of the sensational Tiger Woods controversy that saw one of world's highest-paid athlete shot to the ground, losing pretty much everything he had or ever accomplished. Ever since his admission to infidelity, Woods have never been the same. The US golfer who once looked invincible winning one Major after another, is today struggling to stay afloat on the professional circuit.
  15. For the longest time, we were only hearing about Mohammad Kaif getting trolled for things like celebrating Christmas or just playing chess, but his replies always give trolls a run for their money. Even though he has retired from cricket, he still has managed to stay relevant all these years, thanks to his amazing social media presence. His wit is the highlight of his Twitter account and can easily match, if not surpass Virendra Sehwag. A post shared by Mohammad Kaif (@mohammadkaif87) on Feb 26, 2018 at 9:09am PST And yesterday, we got a first-hand account of his wit, thanks to his Twitter Q&A. Who knew that a casual session of #AskKaif would reveal a sledging incident? Let's go back to 2002, when during the NatWest Final, he was seen having a 'talk' with Yuvi when India was playing against England. A person on Twitter used the #AskKaif as an opportunity to ask him what they were actually talking about. @MohammadKaif Hi kaif, what you and Yuvi were talking during Natwest Final ? Was their any sledging from English players ?#AskKaif — Vaibhav Yelegaonkar (@catchvaibhav81) February 27, 2018 And, that fan was not disappointed as Kaif gave a very honest answer, with a witty comment. Yes, Nasser Hussain actually called me a Bus driver :) was good to take them for a ride ! https://t.co/wUeeUnowdN — Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) February 27, 2018 Finally, he revealed that Nasser Hussain, the former captain of the England, did indeed call him a 'bus driver' but it's also true that team India did take them for a ride, and that comment alone deserves a special award. And, just to refresh your memory, the ride he took the other team was at the time of this iconic win! Even if you don't remember the match, no one can ever forget this moment, it's one of the most historic wins for India. People are applauding him for his classy response. That's graceful of you to have never mentioned it before and maintaining ur dignity.. — The Dark Knight (@CapedCrusader07) February 27, 2018 Ended them with that reply. E N D E D ðððð­ — nikhil (@niquotein) February 28, 2018 Basically. Kaif ka khauf!!! ð — à¤à¤¸à¤¾ मॠà¤à¤¸à¤¾à¤®à¥! (@beingtolerant) February 28, 2018 That gif, tho. @nassercricket pic.twitter.com/2bFSncW18p — Kannan AnandKrishnan (@VattaSeyalalar) February 28, 2018 Well, after winning the match, he's now winning the internet, so not much has changed these past years.
  16. ISLAMABAD: Leader of the banned Tehreek Nifaz-e-Shariat Mohammadi (TNSM) Sufi Mohammad said on Friday that it is prohibited (haram) in Islam to fight against the Pakistan Army. While giving an interview to a private news channel, he said the Tehreek-e-Taliban posses all signs of being apostates and the only punishment that TTP chief Mullah Fazlullah deserves is the death penalty. The leader of the proscribed organisation also said the country would have been divided if it was not for the Army. Sufi Mohammad, elaborating on the activities of the TTP further, said it is strictly prohibited in the religion to target and kill woman and children, and those responsible for the APS massacre are worse than infidels. Earlier, the Peshawar High Court accepted the bail plea of Sufi Mohammad issuing his release orders Sufi Mohammad?who is the father-in-law of Mullah Fazlullah, the fugitive head of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP)?was charged over his incendiary speeches against the government. An FIR against the banned outfit leader was filed on July 30, 2009, following which he was arrested on March 4, 2010. The TNSM leader belongs to Maidan in Lower Dir district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He was arrested in October 2001 as he crossed the border into Pakistan with a group of armed men, accused of sending hundreds to fight against the US-led forces in Afghanistan. But he was released in 2008 under a peace agreement with tribal elders in Malakand Divison which settled those charges.
  17. The Indian cricket team went hammer and tongs against almost all of their opponents to claim the world no. 1 Test ranking last year. But, their performance against South Africa in their first overseas tour this year has been far from what you'd expect from a top-ranked side. In an age where the Indian team claims to have one of the world's strongest batting line-ups, it's unfortunately the bowlers who have broken the monotony to sweep away top honours in the series, so far. The first Test at the Newlands saw just one fifty being posted by Hardik Pandya, while his teammates managed to post ten single-digit scores across the two innings. A 72-run loss in the first Test expected to be a wake-up call for the visitors. But, the proceedings in the second Test is yet to show real intent from the Indian batsmen. Virat Kohli kept India in the game after slamming a crucial 153 runs in the first innings as wickets kept on tumbling at the other end. © Reuters Wishful thinking would have allowed Indian fans to dream on, but chasing a 287-run target, India's second innings has once again been marred by poor batting display. Murali Vijay was the first one to go after he was cleaned up by Kagiso Rabada, while his opening partner KL Rahul had to play an awful shot to throw his wicket away. With India reeling at 16/2, all eyes were once again on Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara to ride the tide and bring India home. Kohli had looked solid in the first innings and was undeniably the better than all of his teammates. But, to the sheer horror of the Indian fans, Indian captain's stay at the crease was short-lived as Lungi Ngidi got one to nip back that trapped Kohli right in front of the stumps. © Reuters The Indian batting sensation was gone and with him, probably India's hopes of thwarting a certain defeat. Thus, the mood in the Indian camp and amongst former players was understandably damp. So much so that following Kohli's dismissal, Mohammad Kaif took to Twitter and expressed his disappointment by writing: "Unfortunately it's all over. Kohli gone, India gone". Unfortunately it's all over. Kohli gone, India gone . — Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) January 16, 2018 Ahead of India's poor start to the second innings, Kaif felt that the visitors had a very good chance of winning the Test match and, in turn, level the three-match series. "Have a feeling this is going to be a cracking run chase. 287 to get , once you get in you need to make it count. We have a chance," he wrote. Have a feeling this is going to be a cracking run chase. 287 to get , once you get in you need to make it count. We have a chance #SAvIND — Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) January 16, 2018 The 37-year-old went on to further add: "If someone plays a match winning knock here, these are the knocks which are remembered beyond eras. Situation like this will make a batsman from good to great. Hope few of them stand up to the occasion". If someone plays a match winning knock here , these are the knocks which are remembered beyond eras. Situation like this will make a batsman from good to great. Hope few of them stand up to the occasion.#SAvsIND — Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) January 16, 2018 With Pujara and Parthiv Patel at the crease, India - with seven wickets in hand and another 252 runs to chase - will have to bat out of the skin of their teeth to save the match, let alone win it.
  18. The Sharifs held a 1.5 hour-long meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman late Monday night, Sharif family's spokesman confirmed RIYADH: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif held a 1.5 hour-long meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman late Monday night, Sharif family's spokesman confirmed. Nawaz then left for Madinah and visited Roza-e-Rasool (PBUH) before leaving for Jeddah. He will now proceed to Makkah for Umrah, after which the PML-N chief will fly back to Islamabad today, the spokesman added. Maryam Nawaz, the daughter of the former premier, posted on twitter that her father would return to Pakistan tonight after performing Umrah. She also shared a picture of Nawaz offering salam at Jannat-ul-Baqee. 'Went to Saudi Arabia on being invited for Umrah' Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif returned to Pakistan on Tuesday after his six-day visit. Later addressing media at the inauguration of a kidney centre, Shehbaz said that he went to Saudi Arabia after being invited for Umrah, in response to increasing criticism by opposition parties on Sharif brothers' multiple Saudi visits. "Saudi Arabia is among the best friends of Pakistan. It has helped Pakistan without any conditions and has been there in times of difficulty. Both countries have blind faith in each other," he said. Shehbaz added that there is nothing unusual about his impromptu visit to Saudi Arabia. Earlier today, Geo News reported, citing sources, that Shehbaz Sharif held a meeting with the crown prince twice in last 24 hours. Matters of mutual interests were discussed by both the leaders. Shehbaz appreciated the role Saudi Arabia played in the ongoing Palestine issue, sources added. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/015017a514343846af6ab969d7660b89.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8yLzIwMTggNjowMDo1NSBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPXA3aWg5NzF2dlV0NTNhcmN2cURXZXc9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] Meanwhile, Punjab government spokesperson Mohammad Ahmed Khan condemned the allegations levelled against Shehbaz on his visit to Saudi Arabia, saying the statements being spread were baseless. Nawaz will share Saudi visit details if deemed appropriate: Marriyum Aurangzeb 'Nawaz will share visit?s purpose on his return if he deems appropriate,' Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting says According to the spokesperson, Saudi Arabia is an ally of Pakistan and it was an honour for Shehbaz to be sent an aircraft from there. Mohammad Ahmed added that to criticise the Saudi government or the chief minister on the move was tantamount to being against national interests. The Punjab government spokesperson said Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have brotherly ties which no ?negative propaganda? can break. Opposition parties have questioned the motive behind visits by the Sharif brothers to Saudi Arabia, and have asked if an agreement is being negotiated to save the Sharifs. On Monday, Pakistan Peoples Party co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari commented on the Sharif brothers? visit to Saudi Arabia, saying an agreement might be ?cooking? in the country. ?No one knows what is cooking. There are a couple of rumours surrounding their visits to Saudi Arabia,? he said while talking to media
  19. RIYADH: Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif held a meeting with Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud twice in last 24 hours, sources informed Geo News on early Tuesday morning. Matters of mutual interests were discussed by both the leaders. Shehbaz appreciated the role Saudi Arabia played on the ongoing Palestine issue. The chief minister is expected to leave for Lahore today. Meanwhile, Punjab government spokesperson Mohammad Ahmed Khan has condemned the allegations levelled against Punjab CM Shehbaz Sharif on his visit to Saudi Arabia, saying the statements being spread were baseless. According to the spokesperson, Saudi Arabia is an ally of Pakistan and it was an honour for Shehbaz to be sent an aircraft from there. Mohammad Ahmed added that to criticise the Saudi government or chief minister Punjab on the move was tantamount to being against the national interest. The Punjab government spokesperson said Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have brotherly ties which no ?negative propaganda? can break. Earlier in the day, Pakistan Peoples Party Co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari commented on the Sharif brothers? visit to Saudi Arabia, saying an agreement might be ?cooking? in the country. ?No one knows what is cooking. There are a couple of rumours surrounding their visits to Saudi Arabia,? he said while talking to media. Rumour mill has it that the motive behind the visits could be to negotiate a deal or to save their assets, Zardari added. The former president, however, added ?we respect Saudi Arabia, it is our brotherly state? but added that Pakistan should not take directives from them.
  20. To talk of Rahul Dravid's ability tells only half the story. He exhibited greatness at its most humble and is one of the most impressive men to ever play the game. Dignified, fair-minded, eloquent, gentle, yet tougher than we will ever realise. A selfless cricketer and down-to-earth human being who always did and said the right things; the kind of man you'd want your son to grow into. That's Rahul Dravid in a queue with his kids at a science exibhition. No show off; no page 3 attitude; no celebrity airs; no "do you know who I am?" looks; Queueing just like any other normal parent... really admirable... pic.twitter.com/NFYMuDqubE — South Canara (@in_southcanara) November 23, 2017 Greatness was not handed to him; he pursued it diligently, single-mindedly. Though he was technically sound, Dravid did not have the brutal audacity of Virender Sehwag, the poetic elegance of Laxman, the unfathomable enduring genius of Sachin Tendulkar or even the sublime cover drive of Ganguly. What he did have was substance; one that aided the Indian team in crunch situations and allowed Dravid to establish his reputation as a miracle worker. Now almost six years after his retirement, the substance that once reflected in his batting and character, has transformed Dravid into a mentor who is busy shaping up young minds in cricket. Instagram/@johncena Currently coaching the Indian U-19 team, Dravid was travelling with the youngsters for the ICC World Cup to New Zealand when he ran into Pakistani cricket star Mohammad Hafeez on the flight. Hafeez was travelling with his teammates for the limited-overs series in New Zealand. And given the reputation and high regard for Dravid in cricket fraternity, there's no way Hafeez was going to let 'The Wall' go without a quick selfie. The Pakistani all-rounder clicked a photo with the Indian batting legend and shared it on Twitter. Met with a man called THE WALL in cricket RAHUL bhai @Im_Dravid he is a great human being always there to talk about cricket & helping u out , honoured to play with him in the Feild & always pleasure to meet U , stay blessed pic.twitter.com/vCyDwM34YY — Mohammad Hafeez (@MHafeez22) 28 December 2017 "Met with a man called THE WALL in cricket RAHUL bhai @Im_Dravid he is a great human being always there to talk about cricket & helping u out, honoured to play with him in the Feild & always pleasure to meet U, stay blessed," Hafeez tweeted. Despite ending his career and continuing to maintain a low profile, Dravid remains one of the most respected cricketers in the history of the sport. And, as soon as Hafeez tweeted the photographs, the tweets that followed from the Pakistani fans highlighted the kind of goodwill Dravid enjoys across the globe. Dravid is a great cricketer but also a great person. Humble man — Rasheed shakoor (@rasheedshakoor) 29 December 2017 Such a fabulous player and a great human being.... @AzharAli_ should learn something from him. — khan sb (@kaab001) 29 December 2017 One of the greatest batsman cricket ever have — Farrukh Shameer (@shooby367) 29 December 2017 Rahul is a true gentleman of cricket. Great character — Faheem Tareen (@jeans19) 29 December 2017 Hafeez bhai take some batting tips from him — Aqib Mansoor (@AqibMansoor5) 29 December 2017
  21. Social media is unforgiving. Anyone and everyone can get trolled for literally anything, and it doesn't even matter if you're a celebrity. Who would have thought that an innocent picture of a family celebrating and wishing everyone a merry Christmas would get so much hate? But, it's Twitter and people can be so cruel, it's disgusting. Mohammad Kaif is the latest target of these Twitter trolls, after being attacked for just celebrating Christmas, that's it. He shared an adorable picture of his family sitting by a Christmas tree along with a bunch of gifts and captioned it “Merry Christmas ! May there be love and peace”. Merry Christmas ! May there be love and peace. pic.twitter.com/DnZ2g7VTno — Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) December 25, 2017 He got a lot of angry replies and comments because he was apparently defying the traditions of Islam. Bhaijaan mera dil dukh gaya ye post dekhkar delete kariye Aur ye tyohar hum musalmano ka nahi hai iski mubarakh baat bhi dena gunaah e kabira hai — MOHAMMAD Aftab Alam (@AftabAl79667292) December 25, 2017 There's more. Bhaijaan I don't like this post ye new year hota to theek tha but ye tyohaar hum musalmaanon ka nahi hai I hate this post please delete and (Allah) se tauba karo — MOHAMMAD Aftab Alam (@AftabAl79667292) December 25, 2017 secular country... Secular people...But think about your religion first.. Before doing this kind of activity. — Md Younus Khan (@Younus21) December 25, 2017 Actually, at this point I don't even know if they're being serious or not. Shame on you — sagir ahmed (@rockstar3817) December 25, 2017 What's the point? ikk musalman ho k chrismas manatee huwe sharamm nhi ati apko????? thodaa too khuda se khauff khao kaif bhaiii — Rahim Sheikh (@SheikhRahim_) December 25, 2017 Apni Duniyan keliye Islam ku sharminda na karo.tum jo wish kiye ho uska matlab pehle samjho.Mohammed naam rakhne se Musalman nahi banjata hai koi.. — Mohammed Anees (@aneesm986) December 26, 2017 Facebook comments were no different as well. But fortunately, there were a lot of people who don't get offended easily and replied wishing him and his family. Merry Christmas to u, Pooja and the two little munchkins! ð — Mumtaz Bhalla (@MumtazBhalla) December 25, 2017 Wish you too Merry Christmas.....I know you are one of them..but believe me if we celebrate all festive it's too good....it's not only to distribute gifts but to take out time for ourselves and our family ....I love you as Human and your thoughts. @sachin_rt @YUVSTRONG12 Merry Xm — Manoj Kumar (@Manoj1418) December 25, 2017 Merry Christmas Sir... — Asfaq Ahmed Abidi (@AbidiAsfaq) December 25, 2017 And this is not even the first time the former cricketer has been randomly trolled. A few months back, he was trolled for playing chess, (https://www.mensxp.com/sports/cricket/38557-trolled-for-playing-chess-mohammad-kaif-shoots-bigots-down-with-a-befitting-reply-on-twitter.html ) that's pretty much it. These Twitter trolls honestly need a job or a life so they can stop attacking people over such tiny matters.
  22. KARACHI: The 141st birth anniversary of Father of the Nation, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah is being celebrated across the country with traditional zeal and enthusiasm on Monday. The day, a public holiday, dawns with a 21-gun salute in the provincial capitals, with national flag hoisted at the principal government buildings. A change of guard ceremony would be held at Mazar-e-Quaid in Karachi. The cadets of Pakistan Military Academy (PMA) Kakul would assume the ceremonial guard duties at mausoleum. The Commandant of PMA Kakul, Maj. Gen. Akhtar Nawaz, will also lay a floral wreath and offer Fateha at the Jinnah's mausoleum. The governor and chief minister of Sindh would also visit the Mazar-e-Quaid, and lay floral wreaths and offer Fateha. People from various walks of life would be visiting the mausoleum to pay tributes to the Founder of Pakistan on his birth anniversary. Scores of organisations have arranged programmes to pay respects to Jinnah and highlight various aspects of his life, vision and leadership. PM for collective efforts to achieve Quaid's ideas Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has stressed upon making collective efforts to achieve the objectives of a stronger and developed Pakistan as set by the Father of the Nation, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. In his a message on Jinnah's 141st birth anniversary, the prime minister said this day has a special significance for the whole nation because besides paying tributes to the great leader, it was a day to reiterate the resolve for reviving Quaid?s thoughts and move forward with his ideas. "Throughout his life, Jinnah fought for religious, social and economic rights and identity of the Muslims of sub-continent on the basis of solid arguments and democratic principles," he said. "He not only gathered the Muslims on the platform of Muslim League, who had been subjugated by British rulers and faced Hindus? conspiracies, but also through his democratic struggle, he made the creation of a state possible, where all the citizens would have equal rights of life without any discrimination on the basis of colour, creed, religion etc." ISPR releases song to pay tribute to Quaid-e-Azam The song video features videos of Arifa Karim, Tahira Qazi, Moin Akhtar PM Abbasi said that Quaid-e-Azam also gave the inhabitants of the newly-created state the guiding principles of ?unity, faith and discipline? so that with the help of these guiding principles, the future journey could be traversed. "On this day, the nation should retrospect how much we have succeeded in achieving the objectives set by our great leader for which the state of Pakistan was created," he said. The premier said under Quaid?s thoughts, an impartial and just analysis of the last seventy years' history would be helpful in determining the future course. "By learning from the past mistakes, we have to struggle to reach to the destination as set by our great Quaid." He said that by emulating the golden principles of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah including hard work, truthfulness, honesty, selfless efforts and upholding the democratic norms, the nation could overcome the challenges and further strengthen Pakistan. "In this way, Pakistan could achieve its deserving position in the comity of nations," PM Abbasi added.
  23. Mohammad bin Salman The crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad bin Salman is leading the voter of Time magazine's Person of the Year. With 13 per cent of the vote, Mohammad bin Salman is ahead of social media campaign #MeToo (6%) and former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick (5%). Hilary Clinton, Pope Francis, Vladimir Putin and Justin Trudeau have four per cent each of the vote. Voting ends on 4 December and the Time?s Person of the Year will be announced on 6 December. In 2016, US President Donald Trump was named Person of the Year and this year there was controversy surrounding him and the title. Last week, US President Trump said he turned down being named Time´s "Person of the Year" after the magazine asked him for an interview and photo shoot but did not confirm he would be chosen. He tweeted: "Time Magazine called to say that I was PROBABLY going to be named ´Man (Person) of the Year,´ like last year, but I would have to agree to an interview and a major photo shoot. "I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!" Time responded on its own Twitter account: "The President is incorrect about how we choose Person of the Year. TIME does not comment on our choice until publication, which is December 6." Trump has three per cent of the vote in 2017. According to the Time?s, the editor has jurisdiction over he is deemed Person of the Year but an important role is played by the reader.
  24. KARACHI: Boxer Mohammad Waseem on Monday expressed that he might not fight for Pakistan in upcoming events as he has not received any sponsorship offers. "I have an upcoming world title fight and before that I have a fight in Colombia, it is quite worrying for me as I do not have any sponsors," said the boxer. He added that he would like to represent Pakistan but will not be able to do so without sponsors. Waseem also said this might be the last time he represents Pakistan as he will now decide whether he wants to fight in Korean or American events. "I do not want to leave Pakistan and not represent my country, as I have won titles for Pakistan before too," said the Pakistani boxer hoping he would not have to leave his country due to lack of support. Earlier in October, Waseem successfully defended his World Boxing Council (WBC) Silver flyweight championship title in an eighth consecutive win. Waseem knocked out his opponent in the first round of the eight-round game and won the match. Waseem maintained his winning streak and his number one ranking in the flyweight category. The 29-year-old shot to fame as a pro when he won world silver title by beating Jether Oliva of the Philippines on July 17, 2016, in Korea. He went on to defend his crown on November 27 last year, also in Korea, after downing Giemel Magramo of the Philippines.
  25. Mohammad Hafeez - File Photo The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday said that the bowling action of Mohammad Hafeez was found to be illegal through an independent assessment. The off-spinner has been suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect. According to the assessment, the majority of Hafeez?s deliveries had exceeded the 15 degree level of tolerance which is permitted under regulations. The international suspension imposed on Hafeez will be applicable and enforced by all National Cricket Federations for domestic cricket events played in their own jurisdiction in accordance with Article 11.1 of the ICC Illegal Bowling Regulations. However, he will be permitted to bowl in domestic cricket with the consent of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) according to Article 11.5 of the Regulations. Mohammad Hafeez underwent an assessment on November 1 in England after his bowling action was reported during the third One-Day International against Sri Lanka on October 18. Hafeez can apply for a re-assessment after modifying his bowling action in accordance with clause 4.5 of the Regulations.
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