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  1. Maryam says vote of confidence "false", alleges it was secured at "gunpoint"; Bilawal regrets PM did not condemn violence
  2. Abdul Hafeez Sheikh uplifted Pakistan's declining economy since he took office, says the interior minister
  3. Janhvi Kapoor said she works hard to win her fans over but no one is obligated to do so
  4. If we call Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan’s spat the ugliest war between two celebs in Bollywood, it wouldn’t be wrong because it’s never-ending. It all started in 2016 when the speculations of Hrithik removing Kangana from Aashiqui 3 came into the light. When Kangana was asked about this in an interview with Pinkvilla, she said, “Yes, many lame rumors are doing rounds; even a dumb ass can tell where these rumors are coming from. I don't know why exes do silly things to get your attention. For me, that chapter is over and I don't dig graves.” Hrithik had then slapped her with a legal notice and also mentioned that it was someone else who was impersonating him. Hrithik said that he had already lodged a complaint with the Cyber Cell of the city police about the said fake email ID in December 2014, and asserted that an imposter had been emailing Kangana. Now, Hrithik has been called before the crime branch to record a statement in the case. His pictures and videos from the crime branch have started to surface on the internet. Here are the videos and pictures: View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram People have also come forward to support Hrithik and want to know his side of the story too as he has kept calm for years now. Here are the reactions: This man has been harassed and molested for 6 years and endures what no other celebrity or even a normal person can afford. I hope you now know of the fear that hides behind ridiculous statements on social media without action. More power to you #HrithikRoshan pic.twitter.com/y40uzC5BDI — بنت مصريه شرقيه واصيله (@fofototo3582) February 27, 2021Full support to #HrithikRoshan . Indeed silence is the strongest weapon. But now that b*tch should get a lesson. More power to you hrithik sir https://t.co/EHJ1xm26kW — Vatsala Baheti (@vatsala_baheti) February 27, 2021Stay strong King. You're a dignified man!! #HrithikRoshan pic.twitter.com/V7VxZkEr4s — (@Burakkxxxx) February 27, 2021#HrithikRoshan Ab kangana roegi — Deric Isama (@DericIsama) February 27, 2021Instead of social media statements, he is taking the lawful course. He is going to give his Statement for the First time in 6 years. #HrithikRoshan More power to you pic.twitter.com/x9UwVJfjz6 — Yogesh Verma (@itsyogesh11) February 27, 2021#HrithikRoshan Apologize me 🥺, Even I doubted u! Long back! @iHrithik is innocent. He has received over 3K emails from #KanganaRanaut and we have established that no mails were sent to her from his email. His phone records prove that he has made 4 calls to her in seven years pic.twitter.com/QKJAIdCzvU — _ursaimantjenith_ (@jenith_sam) February 27, 2021 Yesterday, Kangana took a jib at Hrithik Roshan and once again called the actor her silly ex. She tweeted, “Duniya kahan se kahan pahunch gayi magar mera silly ex abhi bhi waheen hai usi modh pe jahan yeh waqt dobara laut ke nahi jane wala ...” Duniya kahan se kahan pahunch gayi magar mera silly ex abhi bhi waheen hai usi modh pe jahan yeh waqt dobara laut ke nahi jane wala ... https://t.co/wEMxFCBK3n — Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) February 26, 2021Who do you support: Kangana or Hrithik? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  5. Keeping in mind how short the third Test between India and England was at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi stadium, the number of records being made and broken are astronomically high. While the match itself officially became the shortest Test since World War II having concluded after just 842 deliveries, there are various individual records that were made, especially for the Men in Blue. Shortest Tests in post war era ending in a result (balls) 842 Ind v Eng, Ahmedabad 2020/21 872 Aus v NZ, Wellington 1945/46 883 Eng v SA, Centurion 1999/00 893 Aus v Pak, Sharjah 2002/03 * winner denoted first + two innings forfeited#INDvENG — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) February 25, 2021 Amongst which, one of the most impressive records belonged to Indian Test veteran Ravichandran Ashwin, who became the second fastest cricketer in the world to reach the 400-wicket mark in 77 matches since he made his debut against the West Indies back in 2011. Only Muttiah Muralitharan has taken fewer days to achieve this feat (72 matches). View this post on Instagram The 34-year-old off-spinner took three wickets in the first innings and four in the second but his 400th wicket came in the form of England tailender Jofra Archer getting trapped for an LBW appeal in the 24th over. Ashwin would go on to remove Jack Leach six overs later for his 401st scalp. However, not everyone seemed to be impressed with the Chennai-born star’s incredible achievement. Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh had an eyebrow-raising method of wishing Ashwin on his success in the longest format of the game. finished in 2 days Not sure if that’s good for test cricket !If @anilkumble1074 and @harbhajan_singh bowled on these kind of wickets they would be sitting on a thousand and 800 ?However congratulations to 🇮🇳 @akshar2026 what a spell! congratulations @ashwinravi99 @ImIshant — Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) February 25, 2021 “finished in 2 days Not sure if that’s good for test cricket !If @anilkumble1074 and @harbhajan_singh bowled on these kind of wickets they would be sitting on a thousand and 800 ?However congratulations to @akshar2026 what a spell! congratulations @ashwinravi99 @ImIshant,” Singh tweeted. Instead of acknowledging Ashwin’s career spanning nearly a decade, Singh started out by questioning the quality of the match that was played between India and England at the Motera stadium. He then oversimplified the work needed to dismiss the entire England side twice within two days by hypothesising how legendary spinners like Harbhajan Singh and Anil Kumble would have done far better provided the pitch conditions were similar. View this post on Instagram Once he had expressed his dissent with the deck, he would then go on to congratulate Axar Patel’s six-wicket haul in the first and second innings respectively, Ashwin for his 400 wickets and Ishant Sharma for becoming only the second pacer after Kapil Dev to play in 100 Test matches for India. Singh’s comment seemed to have rubbed off Ashwin fans the wrong way who did not hold back in responding to the southpaw’s tweet: Ashwin has scored more 100s than you in tests sit down 🤣 https://t.co/Cy2G8LWwDx — Rahul (@Rv__97) February 25, 2021 My respect for dhoni was already at peak of the everest. Now it's gone to outer space considering how tough it would have been to manage such salty cricketers. — Tanmay Sharma 🇮🇳 (@TanmayS26) February 25, 2021 @ashwinravi99 already has 2 100s more than you in test cricket paaji :) — Simbly Indian (@shirsh218) February 25, 2021This is such a bad taste tweet. So very disrespectful and ugly. One never says however congratulations...I think @harbhajan_singh is tweeting this on your behalf. He has done similar things in the past to keep him important. — Latika 🇮🇳 (@bhagirathi29) February 26, 2021 Ashwin has been in incredible form ever since getting a rare opportunity to play during the India-Australia Test series Down Under after Ravindra Jadeja was ruled out with a dislocated thumb. In the past couple of series, Ashwin has proven himself as a legitimate Test legend with the ball and the bat. Be it his patient partnership with Hanuma Vihari to make the Sydney match end on a draw last month, or his century along with eight wickets in the second Test against Joe Root’s men in Chennai, the all-rounder is looking to play the best cricket of his career at an age when most cricketers start to make their retirement plans. View the full article
  6. Yes, the third Test between India and England which was supposed to go on for five days ended within a day and a half. A total of 30 wickets fell while the number of runs made throughout the four innings was an underwhelming 387 and the entire pink-ball match wrapped up in just 842 deliveries, making it the shortest Test match since World War II. Shortest #Test since 2nd world war! Phew! https://t.co/oMCJCpWEOK — Sreedhar Pillai (@sri50) February 25, 2021 Yes, one of the biggest reasons something so exceptional took place at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad in the past couple of days, is the tricky pitch that came along with the inauguration of the venue. No, the pitch should not be blamed for the batting failures on both sides of the match and the eventual loss to the touring England side. Here are five reasons why people complaining about Motera pitch should stop and appreciate India’s win 1. Defensive Mindset By Batsmen:#INDvENG #moterapitch Sunil Gavaskar blames England batsmen's mindset, @joefooty Root says pitch needs to allow for a contest. ✍️ @shamik100https://t.co/H6bB4bHyWp — Express Sports (@IExpressSports) February 26, 2021 One of the finest batsmen in the history of Indian cricket and a legend of the game, Sunil Gavaskar spoke about how both Indian and English batsmen apart from Rohit Sharma and Zak Crawley lacked the intent to play aggressively. “England were thinking of how to survive and not how to score runs,” he said. Gavaskar’s words were reinforced by Sharma’s second innings as well in which the hitman scored the last 14 runs at the back of two fours and a six to end the match against England skipper Joe Root. When the fear of losing his wicket escaped his mind, Sharma played with an open bat and made the pitch look as playable as any other. 2. England Playing With Just One Spinner:England with one spinner in the playing XI.#INDvsENG pic.twitter.com/nVCx0FuSfx — CricTracker (@Cricketracker) February 24, 2021 Out of the 30 wickets that fell on Day 1 and 2, 28 were taken by spinners. Local hero Axar Patel picking up six wickets in the first and second innings of the match respectively shows how much benefit the spinners could have taken from the pitch. India won the match just when Root decided to step into the Motera stadium with just one mainstream spinner in Jack Leach (who, by the way, ended up taking four wickets in the first innings). What makes this even more valid is the fact that a part-time spinner like Root himself had a five-wicket haul and dismissed names like Rishabh Pant, Ravichandran Ashwin and Washington Sundar off the pitch. Former England spinner Graeme Swann also slammed Joot for playing the match with just one spinner. "You cannot come to India and play just one spinner in a Test match and get way on this wicket," he said. 3. ‘Toss Jeeto Match Jeeto’ Argument:Oops india , asha karta hoon ki yeh, toss jeeto match jeeto wala wicket na ho — Kevin Pietersen🦏 (@KP24) February 24, 2021 In the first two Tests, the team that won the toss and chose to bat first was being considered to have a huge advantage in the match. This notion translated well and almost became a theory when the batting-first side ended up winning the respective games. Back at Chennai’s Chepauk stadium as well, the critics of Indian pitches were ranting about how the turf was unbalanced and played in favour of the spinners significantly. Some even argued that the turf “wasn’t suited for Test cricket” - a similar argument to that for the Motera pitch. Even before the third Test, it was believed that whoever won the toss would end up winning the match and that visiting the ground for the next five days would simply be a formality. Guess what, England won the toss, chose to bat and ended up getting wrapped up for 112 runs. 4. Home-Ground Advantage:️️ Every team has the right to home advantage, reckons @ImRo45. @Paytm #INDvENG #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/ZbF7ufj01M — BCCI (@BCCI) February 21, 2021 At the end of the second Test in Chepauk Stadium, Rohit Sharma had hit bullseye when he addressed various critics talking about how India prepared pitches that favoured their spinners as compared to international pacers. "Every team makes full use of their home advantage. When we go out, the same happens there as well, they don't think about us. So, why should we think about anyone? What we like and what is our team's preference, we should do that... this is what home or away advantage is all about. Otherwise, take out the home and away advantage away and play cricket without it. Tell ICC to make a rule, setting identical norms for pitches in India and outside," Sharma had said in a virtual press conference. Totally agree ... https://t.co/SR9uEZMFrN — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 21, 2021 Even Michael Vaughan, who has been one of the biggest critics of the Indian pitches throughout the series , ended up agreeing with Sharma’s thoughts, so why should anything change now? 5. The Sheer Margin Of Victories:India, on February 25, won by 10 wickets against England in the third Test match held at Narendra Modi Stadium. The Indian team now leads the four-match series, 2-1. England won the opening match in Chennai before India levelled the series 1-1 with a 317-run win at the same venue pic.twitter.com/KlSRcsiCXf — The State Sentinel (@state_sentinel) February 25, 2021 Criticising the pitch would make sense if both the sides would struggle equally in performing, scoring runs and taking wickets. However, in all the three matches that have taken place so far, the margin of victory has been more than decent. England won the first Test at Chepauk by an incredible lead of 227 runs while the Men in Blue made a comeback and defeated the touring side by an even larger difference of 317 runs in the second and 10 wickets in the third matches, respectively. Yes, as the days progressed in the first two matches, the Chepauk pitch transformed but isn’t that the point of Test cricket - to be able to gauge the chances on the deck, customise your game according to them and find a way to keep batting? Simply not being able to play against spin should not and must not be hidden behind blame-games and making the lives of the pitch curators difficult. Adapting to crises and figuring your way out of difficult situations are two important lessons to be learnt while playing the longest format of the game. While England failed to endure, Indian embraced it and it is exactly why every cricket fan must appreciate the win. View the full article
  7. The third Test of the India-England series was supposed to be the one which mattered the most for both the sides in terms of setting themselves up for the upcoming World Test Championship. With the change of the venue from Chennai’s brilliant Chepauk Stadium to the architectural marvel that the newly renovated Narendra Modi Stadium has become, the excitement around the pink-ball Test looked limitless. View this post on Instagram All the enthusiasm and curiosity towards the new stadium and it’s tricky pitch did not go to waste when on the very first day of the match, Joe Root and the entire England batting order got wrapped up for a mere 112-run total and within two sessions. Feeling dominant early on in the first innings, even the hosts were in for a surprise when the English spinners, including their skipper ended up dismantling India’s offense and getting the entire team out for 145, albeit allowing a 33-run lead. View this post on Instagram What the touring side didn’t expect was a second innings which was going to be even more disappointing than the first. Getting back on the pitch early on Day 2 once again, England batsmen started falling one after another like fruits from trees with middle-order all-rounder Ben Stokes’ 25-run stint being the team’s highest. Indian opening partnership of Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill was enough to rush past the 49-run target in the second innings with the ‘Hitman’ ending the Motera clash in brilliant fashion with two fours and a six within the first 8 overs. View this post on Instagram For both sides, it was absolutely certain that the spinners were the key to winning the match. Over the course of the two innings, a total of 30 wickets fell, out of which 28 were scalped by spinners while only two went to the pacemen namely Ishant Sharma and Jofra Archer with one dismissal a piece. The variation, spin and uneven bounce off the pitch made local-lad Axar Patel the star of the show, who took six wickets in both first and second innings of England’s batting respectively while removing names like Zak Crawley and Jonny Bairstow twice within the same match. View this post on Instagram India ended up winning the Test by 10 wickets and now have a 2-1 lead in the series but not everyone was happy with the way things turned out at the Motera stadium. Former captain of the England cricket team, Michael Vaughan, who might as well be named the brand ambassador of Indian pitch critics, was once again on his mission to make the social media life of the pitch curators a living hell during the penultimate match of the series. Shite https://t.co/hZTQN1OdK2 — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 25, 2021 However, this time around, Vaughan tried a different approach towards his ways to criticising the turf. Instead of directly interacting with the fans of the game, the Englishman depended on the rest of the fraternity and their criticism of the pitch to put his point across. Well said Yuvi https://t.co/Q6Nkcf6o5n — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 25, 2021 Well said Glenn https://t.co/iTEVYFQYJI — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 25, 2021 At this point, England are ruled out of the World Test Championship while the Men in Blue need a win or a draw in the fourth and final Test to make it through to the finals to face Kane Williamson’s New Zealand roster. View the full article
  8. Team Pakistan had featured Imad Wasim, Anwar Ali, Sarfaraz and Nasir Jamshed in the U-19 team that beat India
  9. Gladiators are the only franchise that has not made any change in its team management.
  10. While the centrist Civic Platform (PO) announced a change in its platform, legislative changes are unlikely until 2023
  11. The batsman says he is giving his cent per cent to achieve "all the required levels to be back in the game"
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