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  1. Celal aka Abdur Rehman wrote for Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, ?One of the hero that I inspired"
  2. Known for his intimidating run-up, muscular physique and, needless to mention, searing pace, Shoaib Akhtar took international cricket by storm in his heydays. While his knack for getting into troubles and run-in with injuries might have overshadowed his talent, Akhtar, long after his retirement, still remains a fan-favourite on social media. © Reuters The former Pakistani speedster continues to capture the imagination on the back of his honest opinions and analysis of the game on social media. And, more recently, he won over Indian cricket fans with his special tribute to cricket icons MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma during a Q&A on Twitter. Jasay he word market main aata hai toh batata hoon. — Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) January 3, 2021Asked by a fan to describe Rohit Sharma in one word, Akhtar replied that as soon as a word is invented to do justice to the Indian opener's capabilities, he'll share it. "Jasay hi word market main aata hai toh batata hoon," Akhtar responded. Its the name of an era — Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) January 3, 2021 When asked about what he has to say about MS Dhoni, Akhtar won over the internet by replying: "It's the name of an era". Ronaldo — Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) January 3, 2021Apart from questions on Dhoni and Rohit, Akhtar also settled the decade-long debate on Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi. The 45-year-old wasted no time before picking the Portuguese over the Argentine. View the full article
  3. Chrissy Teigen recently shared a sneak peek into her origami attempt for baby Jack
  4. The sketch, encased in an elegant wooden frame, was placed prominently in some of Bakhtawar's engagement photographs
  5. Mahira Khan recently opened up about ?all the tender mercies and blessings? in her life candidly
  6. Princess Eugenie was on the verge of tears in a virtual event while paying tribute to mother Sarah Ferguson
  7. Divya Bhatnagar, who rose to fame from the popular TV show Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai passed away on Monday after losing her battle to Coronavirus. She had tested positive for COVID-19 during the last week of November. Divya was 34. Her friend and co-actor Devoleena Bhattacharjee announced the news of Divya’s untimely demise on Monday morning. Posting a few throwback pictures with the late actress, Devoleena wrote a eulogy on Instagram. Her post read, "Ab koi kisi ka saath nahi hota tha toh bas tu hi hoti thi...Divu tu hi toh meri apni thi jisse main daant sakti thi, ruth sakti thi, dil ki baat keh sakti thi... I know life was too hard on you. The pain was intolerable but I know today you must be in a better place and free from all the sorrows, pain, sadness, lies." View this post on Instagram An emotional Devoleena added in her post, "I will miss you Divu and tu bhi jaanti thi I loved you and cared for you...Badi tu thi par bacchi bhi tu hi thi...God bless your soul. Jahan bhi hai tu abhi bas khush reh. You will be missed and remembered. I love you Divya Bhatnagar. Too soon to be gone my friend... Om shanti." Many the colleagues of the late Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai actor paid emotional tributes to her. Actor Shilpa Shirodkar wrote, “Im so so so heartbroken RIP my dearest divya.” View this post on Instagram Meanwhile, Divya’s friend Yuvraj Raghuvanshi told Spotboye as a confirmation of the tragic development, “Divya passed away at 3am in the night. She had been shifted to Seven Hills Hospital and was suffering from breathing issues since 2 and at 3 doctor declared her death. Its a big shock for me and her family. May her soul rest in peace.” Fans of Divya flooded Twitter with condolence messages and emotional posts as soon as the news broke out on Monday. #SuperExclusive Shocking and SAD NEWS ACTRESS #DivyaBhatnagar passes away post battling with #COVID19!! RIP @GossipsTv pic.twitter.com/styhr03xaP — TV Shows Gossips ️ ️ (@GossipsTv) December 7, 2020 Its a very sad and heartbreaking news... RIP #DivyaBhatnagar.... pic.twitter.com/vyuwi6nCmg — 𝙼𝚒𝚜𝚑𝚝𝚒 ️ (@Khamoshiya_) December 7, 2020 Om Shanti #RIP #DivyaBhatnagar pic.twitter.com/CfVTnzuhPN — тαяυη sнαямα♚ (@TheTarunSharmaa) December 7, 2020 I am not understanding how older people are getting cured from Covid and younger ppl are dying ............ Amitabh 78 yr got cured Divya 34 died How ???? Doctors pl explain this........ #DivyaBhatnagar — Rajesh (@Rajesh90556436) December 7, 2020 Never knew who #DivyaBhatnagar was until today but it feels quite sad when someone so young dies. This makes us realise how deadly coronavirus is! Stay safe everyone!#YehRishtaKyaKhelataHain — Sapna Madan / सपना मदान (@sapnamadan) December 7, 2020Late in November, Divya had shared a screenshot from one of her video calls on Instagram and wrote, “Hi my Instagram family. Pray for my speedy recovery. I love you all.” RIP Divya. View the full article
  8. Today is the 12th anniversary since the dreadful day in 2008 when as many as 170 innocent people were mercilessly killed by Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists in Mumbai. Even today, it isn’t just fear that surfaces at the mention of 26/11. © BCCL A tornado of emotions acts up and boils over within the heart of every Indian as soon as the 2008, 26/11 Mumbai terror attack is mentioned. There’s pain, there’s loss and there’s trauma that hundreds continue to live with even after 12 years since the day of tragedy. Seems like it isn’t just Indians who wish to ‘Never Forget’ the 26/11 and demand for a closure. Israelis too have come forward to organise ceremonies and pay respects to the victims of the 26/11 attacks. They are also demanding that the perpetrators be tried and brought to justice. Today we remember the victims of the terrible #MumbaiTerrorAttack of 26/11, which targeted citizens of #India, #Israel and the world. This painful chapter in our shared history only strengthens our bond and commitment to stop global terrorism together. #NeverForget pic.twitter.com/wMefPbQrAx — Ron Malka 🇮🇱 (@DrRonMalka) November 26, 2020 Condemning “Pakistan-sponsored terrorism” and remembering the innocent lives that were lost on the fateful day, Israelis and Indian students paid their respects to the victims in Jerusalem, Rehovot and Tel Aviv yesterday, while more ceremonies have been scheduled for today in Beersheva and Eilat. That’s not all, Israelis in Eilat are hoping to build a memorial square in the memory of the victims of the Mumbai attacks. © BCCL Speaking to PTI, Isaac Solomon said, “Israel opposes every country that provides financial and logistical support to terrorists. Peaceful countries should come together to boycott diplomatically and financially those countries that support terrorism.” He also added, “It is a matter of pride for us Israelis to have a peaceful country like India as our friend. We pray that our friendship continues to grow strong.” Indians have also appreciated Israel’s gesture. 🇮🇳India’s all weather friend 🇮🇱Israel stands with India asks for Justice and to Punish perpetrators of #MumbaiTerrorAttacks 26/11 #MumbaiTerrorAttack : 🇮🇱Israelis pay respects to victims, demand justice for them - Oneindia News https://t.co/W6yjjsNDXs — vishal mehta🇮🇳 (@vishalnautamlal) November 26, 2020After 26/11, Israel has helped & co operated with India regarding intelligence & defence front. — Madhu🇮🇳 (@Madhukshara_C) November 26, 2020It's really wonderful to see you @MayaKadosh paying homage in the remembrance of great heroes of #MumbaiTerrorAttack on 26/11. This shows how much #Israel is connected with #India emotionally also. Bonding hopefully will get strengthen many folds in the years to come. — Kingshuk Mukherji (@KingshukMukhe13) November 26, 2020# Terrorism is a global disease! Needs immediate treatment globally. — Mukesh Agarwal (@MukeshAgarwal64) November 26, 2020I remember someone wrote after 26/11, Israel offered help. Truly, a friend indeed. — जीव मराठी 🇮🇳 #StopHindiImposition (@JeevMarathi) November 26, 2020Bless you Israel 🇮🇱! — Shajieel Ravindran (@shajieel) November 26, 2020Wonderful gesture @IsraelinIndia @israelinMumbai — विक्रम मोहन पत्की 🇮🇳 (@Vickypats66) November 26, 2020 Never forget. View the full article
  9. Pakistani footballers term football legend Diego Maradona a ?virtual coach? to every footballer
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