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  1. Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik has no plans on taking retirement from international cricket, says manager Arsalan Shah
  2. Shujat expresses dismay over recent incidents of violence and aggression in Pakistani politics
  3. The last few days have been pretty eventful for Indian cricket. So much has happened in the last one week that it’s hard to recall everything, no matter how hard we try. But that doesn’t mean we won’t try. Less than a month after being given the T20 captaincy, opener Rohit Sharma was made the new commander of the 50-over squad on Thursday night. The most surprising part was the manner in which such a big announcement was made. The BCCI informed about its decision while announcing the Test squad for the South Africa tour in just one line, which many missed at first glance. No press conference, no media statement, nothing. The All-India Senior Selection Committee also decided to name Mr Rohit Sharma as the Captain of the ODI & T20I teams going forward.#TeamIndia | @ImRo45 pic.twitter.com/hcg92sPtCa — BCCI (@BCCI) December 8, 2021 The next day, the reports emerged suggesting that Virat Kohli was given a 48-hour ultimatum to quit ODI captaincy but he ignored it, which led to his forceful eviction in a rather unceremonious manner. A leader who led the side with grit, passion & determination. Thank you Captain @imVkohli!#TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/gz7r6KCuWF — BCCI (@BCCI) December 9, 2021 Then Rohit was ruled out of the Test series after pulling up his hamstring while Kohli opted out of the ODI series due to personal reasons, giving air to the rift rumours between them. Hearing about the reports of rifts between two stars of Indian cricket, it’s hard to believe that this is the same team that used to harp about the positive dressing room atmosphere and the camaraderie within the unit. "Ravindra Jadeja might quit Test Cricket to prolong his Limited Overs career." - According to Dainik Jagran — CricketMAN2 (@man4_cricket) December 14, 2021 If that wasn’t all, the fans of the Indian cricket team now have something new to worry about. According to a report published in Dainik Jagran, star all-rounder is mulling hanging up his boots in the longest format of the game in order to prolong his white-ball career. The bowling all-rounder missed the second Test against New Zealand after injuring his right forearm during the Kanpur Test and was expected to be back in the squad for the all-important Test series against the Proteas. © Reuters However, while announcing the squad it revealed that the all-rounder was not available for selection as was yet to fully recover from his knee injury. The extent of his injury was not known but if reports are to be believed, it is “very serious” in nature and might even require him to go under the knife which would rule him out for anywhere between four to six months. Quoting one of Jadeja’s teammates, the same report has claimed that the bowling all-rounder might call time on his red-ball career to extend his limited-overs career. © Reuters Jadeja is among one of the fittest cricketers in world cricket and that’s why people couldn’t believe that he was carrying such a serious injury all this while. The Indian fans who have seen plenty of drama in the last few days weren’t ready for any more setbacks. Barring injuries and occasional rests, the Saurashtra all-rounder had been a regular feature in the Indian team across all three formats in the last couple of years people couldn’t imagine a Playing XI without him. I used to think this guy could play till the age of 40. black magic on Indian cricket? https://t.co/RoaSWcgKB9 — ∆nkit (@CaughtAtGully) December 14, 2021Indian Cricket falling apart, ODI Captiancy saga: BCCI ill-treating Virat, Injuries to key players, not backing performers like Easwaran, Prasidh and backing Gujarat only Like Nagwaswala, Priyank Panchal(Jayshah effect).... Depth is now becoming a mere myth https://t.co/4PGvBHc7ju — Mani sekhar (@Manirat_18) December 14, 2021GIRL WTF IS HAPPENING TO MEN’S ICT https://t.co/jzBJlC5fuk — Greggs and Tomelettes (@hknighthoe) December 14, 2021Ict fans be like https://t.co/eQIw5wpHLc pic.twitter.com/egkf1BJa6b — RAHANE WARRIOR (@nerdy279) December 14, 2021Wtf is happening in ICT camp bc sab kuch galat hi ho raha hai https://t.co/IiczA3HfwM — Naitik Nehra (@nai20ik) December 14, 2021Wait, what? https://t.co/cUXEJF0zYT — Cricfam (@cricfam) December 14, 2021Another heartbreak bc https://t.co/CcXayeccAT — ' (@63off19) December 14, 2021Wtf is happening .. https://t.co/SECloxOVtx — Tinu (@drtinu28) December 14, 2021What's going on in Indian Cricket!!! https://t.co/VL1HFCN5qm — Ritvik Saxena (@imritvik) December 14, 2021Ye Indian cricket team ko kya ho gya bc !!! https://t.co/eMoekj83R9 — 𝓐𝓷𝓪𝓶 𝓴𝓱𝓪𝓷 (@_anam_18) December 14, 2021If this is true and Jadeja is indeed contemplating Test retirement then it would be a sad day for Indian cricket. View the full article
  4. Reports from Prime Minister?s Office suggest Gen (retd) Bilal Akber is being considered for slot of NAB chairman
  5. Tarin expected to meet IMF?s Managing Director (MD) Kristalina Georgieva today
  6. All ministries concerned are preparing lists of luxury imported items on which the rate of regulatory duty will be increased, say sources
  7. Quentin Tarantino is ready to hang his boots as he revealed recently that he is contemplating an early retirement
  8. Third ODI at Centurion may be affected by rain, according to the weather forecast
  9. Officials say the province is in the grip of third wave of coronavirus, which is being driven by a UK-variant of the disease
  10. Industries ministry proposes to bring sugar price down to Rs68, a 20kg bag of flour to Rs800, and ghee to Rs200 per kg
  11. Egypt's former prime minister Ahmed Shafik speaks during an interview with Reuters at his residence in Abu Dhabi, February 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh/Files Former Egyptian prime minister Ahmed Shafik, who returned home from the United Arab Emirates after announcing his bid for Egypt?s presidency, appeared in Cairo on Sunday to say he was still considering his run in next year?s election. Shafik?s comments on a private Cairo television station came a day after his family said he had been taken from their home in the Emirates and deported back to Egypt, where they said they had lost contact with him until late on Sunday. Shafik, a former air force chief and government minister, has been seen by critics of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi as the strongest potential challenger to the president, who is expected to run for a second term next year. Details about what happened to Shafik between his leaving the UAE on Saturday and his declaration on Sunday were unclear. He made a surprise announcement from the UAE last week that he planned to run in the 2018 election. ?Today, I am here in the country, so I think I am free to deliberate further on the issue, to explore and go down and talk to people in the street,? he said on Sunday. ?There?s a chance now to investigate more and see exactly what is needed ... to feel out if this is the logical choice.? The interview on Dream TV was Shafik?s first public appearance since leaving the UAE on Saturday. His family said earlier they feared he had been ?kidnapped?. Sources said he had been picked up by Egyptian authorities at Cairo airport. Shafik dismissed reports he had been kidnapped. His lawyer, Dina Adly, wrote on her Facebook page that she had been able to see him at a Cairo hotel and said he was not subject to any investigations. She did not confirm whether he was able to leave the hotel or country. ?I had a meeting with Shafik an hour ago at one of the hotels in New Cairo and confirmed his health,? Adly wrote on Facebook, referring to a suburban area of Cairo. ?He confirmed that his health was good and that he was not subjected to any investigations,? she wrote. Shafik?s family said earlier he had been taken from their home on Saturday by UAE authorities and flown by private plane back to Cairo. ?We know nothing about him since he left home yesterday,? Shafik?s daughter May told Reuters on Sunday before his reappearance. ?If he was deported he should have been able to go home by now, not just disappear. We consider him kidnapped.? UAE authorities confirmed he left the Emirates but gave no details. A source at the Egyptian interior ministry said: ?We do not know anything about Shafik. We did not arrest him and we did not receive any requests from the prosecution to arrest him or bring him back.? Gulf allies Shafik?s abrupt departure from UAE came weeks after Lebanese officials accused Saudi Arabia of meddling by forcing Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri to resign by holding him against his will. Saudi Arabia denied those charges but the case prompted a crisis and pushed Lebanon back into the centre of a regional struggle between Riyadh with its Gulf allies and Iran. Al-Sisi is an ally of UAE and Saudi Arabia and his supporters say he is key to Egypt?s stability. Critics say he has eroded freedoms gained after a 2011 uprising that ousted former leader Hosni Mubarak and jailed hundreds of dissidents. Al-Sisi has won backing from Gulf states and has presented himself as a bulwark against militants since, as army commander, he led the overthrow in 2013 of former president Mohamed Mursi of the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood. After four decades in the military, Shafik touted his military experience as one of his strengths in the 2012 vote. But he fled to the UAE to escape corruption charges in June 2012. He dismissed the charges as politically motivated and was taken off airport watchlists last year. In UAE, his family said he had round-the-clock security at home and informed authorities about his whereabouts. Soon after his announcement on Wednesday, he claimed he had been blocked from travelling, but his family later said he had been given assurances he could travel. Al-Sisi has yet to announce his own intentions for the election. His supporters dismiss criticism over rights abuses and say any measures are needed for security in the face of an extremist insurgency that has killed hundreds of police and soldiers. His government is struggling to crush the insurgency in the North Sinai region and has enacted painful austerity reforms over the last year which critics say have eroded his popularity.
  12. You may have heard the phrase; 'a dying man never lies', maybe that's why their words count so much. When someone is on the verge of life and death,their words generally resonate with you. Here is a compilation of memorable last words spoken by some famous people 1. Sir Isaac Newton, mathematician, astronomer, and physicist © Open Culture He said, “I don't know what I may seem to the world. But as to myself, I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore and diverting myself now and then in finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than the ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.” 2. Leonardo da Vinci, an Italian Renaissance polymath whose areas of interest included invention, painting, sculpting, architecture, science, music, mathematics, engineering, geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, literature, anatomy, and cartography. © Unique Life He died saying, “I have offended God and mankind because my work did not reach the quality it should have.” 3. Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States © The Philanthropy Roundtable As he lay dying at the age of 84, his daughter told him to change his position in bed so he could breathe properly. Franklin's last words were, “A dying man can do nothing easy.” 4. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, British writer best known for his detective fiction featuring the character of Sherlock Holmes © Goodreads He died at age 71 in his garden. He turned to his wife and said, “You are wonderful,”. He clutched his chest and died. 5. T.S. Eliot, British essayist, publisher, playwright, literary and social critic, and "one of the twentieth century's major poets" © Paris Review He was only able to whisper one word as he died: “Valerie,” the name of his wife. 6. Ernest Hemingway, American novelist, short story writer, and journalist © History Cooperative Before he committed suicide, he told his wife Mary, “Goodnight, my kitten.” 7. Sir Winston Churchill, served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. © ITV His last words were, “I'm bored with it all.” 8. Steve Jobs', co-founder of Apple Inc © EWAO According to his sister Mona, the Apple founder's last words were, "Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow." 9. Archimedes, Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer © Steemit He said, "Stand away, fellow, from my diagram!" He was killed during the Second Punic War. According to historians, a soldier came up to the mathematician and told him to go with him to Marcellus. Archimedes refused to do so until he finished the problem he was working on. Enraged, the soldier killed him. 10. Eugene O'Neill, American playwright and Nobel laureate in Literature © Beaming Notes His last words were, “I knew it! I knew it! Born in a hotel room and, goddamn it, dying in a hotel room.” He was born in a room at the Broadway Hotel on what is now Times Square. He died at age 65 in a Boston hotel. 11. Napoléon Bonaparte, French military, and political leader: © Getty Images His last words were, "France, the army, the head of the army, Joséphine." 12. Charles Darwin, best known for his contributions to evolutionary theory: © YouTube/ C0nc0rdance Just before dying said, "I am not the least afraid to die." 13. Thomas Edison, inventor, and businessman: © Bio "It is very beautiful out there." Right before his death, as he came out of a coma and opened his eyes, he reportedly said the above quote to his wife. He was probably referring to the view outside his window. 14. Bob Marley, musician: © EWAO "Money can't buy life." 15. Ludwig van Beethoven, composer, and pianist: © YouTube/CloudBiography Though his last words are not confirmed but some say the composer, who was deaf by the end of his life, said: "I will hear in heaven" while others say he said: "Plaudite, amici, comedia finita est" (Applaud, friends, the comedy is finished) And some others say that after a publisher brought the composer 12 bottles of wine, his final words were: "Pity, pity, too late!"
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