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Saturday, 13 July 2013

Aleem Dr a Great Umpire

who the hell is shane warne
he has no rights to criticize aleem dar
we seen Simon taufel making wrong decisions

Monday, 8 July 2013

16 Egypt coup protesters shot dead in Cairo

The Egypt crisis is converting in to blood crisis.  Many of the Egyptian people  are in favor of Muhammad  Mursi who was there elected president after the Egypt revolution.  Mursi is a great and sincere leader in their opinion and the people of Egypt wanting its release from the army custody.
 Where is the international media and the American media at this time why they are not playing a role which they are actually playing in the other issues of their interests. One can say that the situation in Egypt is likely beneficial for the Americans because they don't want an Islamic government in  Egypt .
The role of Muhammad albaradi is also seems to be sketched in America .

Saturday, 20 April 2013

President Musharaf in Judicial Custody

A man who was the former General and Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan Army. A man who was the President of Pakistan for almost eight years is in judicial custody in Pakistan. Musharaf was out of Pakistan for more than four years and in this duration he made his own Political Party. Several times during the last two years he made announcements to come to Pakistan to join his party but could not came. With a so called deal or trap he came to Pakistan few weeks ago. He also launched a campaign for the elections. He also submitted his nomination papers from several constituencies but the Election Commission of Pakistan rejected his nomination. He was facing several cases in the Pakistani Courts and was on Bail since his arrival in Pakistan. Three days before when he was in the court to face his case the court cancelled his bail. Musharraf was able to run from the court with the help of his private guards. But now he is in Judicial Custody. What will happen in the upcoming days is an interesting question. The Elections 2013 are also on the edge. According to some analysts Musharaf has the benefit of the doubt in his bag and he will be able to get himself out of this trouble.

Monday, 8 April 2013

Go to Hell America

Wasif Chudhary In Afghansitan atleast 11 innocent Children were Killed in an Air Strike from the NATO Forces. What is this? Any Human Rights Organisation is there in this World? Where is UNO? Where are the Leaders of the World who start crying on one killing in any of their so called peaceful nation. When Muhammad Bin Qasim will come in this world? When Sultan Slah Udin Ayubi will come? When Sultan Mehmoood Ghaznavi will come? Beleive me the day is not very far when only one Brave Muslim Leader will arrive in this World and that was the starting point of the Destruction of USA and its ALLIES.

Thursday, 7 March 2013

Hugo Chavez a brave leader Was No Outlier

Wasif Chuddhary With the passing of Hugo Chavez, it is important to understand the place of Chavez in the political history of Venezuela and of all Latin America. We should not think that socialist movements in Latin America will die simply because Chavez has died. He often pointed to Simon Bolivar, Venezuela's early visionary and leader (1783-1830), as the model for his political philosophy: Latin America must achieve a united independence from foreign powers. For Chavez, this meant not only political independence but also economic independence. It meant nationalization of foreign-owned corporations and distancing Venezuela from the USA, which in the past had often been involved in the internal politics of Latin American nations. It also meant assisting other Latin American nations financially with the wealth from Venezuela's oil exports. Dramatically, it meant reaching out to nations around the world and establishing new economic relationships, especially with socialist leaders in Cuba and China.

Sunday, 30 December 2012

Pakistan beat India by six wickets despite Dhoni’s valiant century

Pakistan achieved the target of 228 with 11 balls to spare after a fine unbeaten 101 by opening batsman Nasir Jamshed. Jamshed and former skipper Younis Khan (58) were involved in a crucial 112-run stand for the third wicket after Pakistan made a poor start losing the first two wickets for 21 runs on board. Chasing a small total, Pakistan were on the back-foot right from the first ball when Mohammed Hafeez had his off-stump blown away by a big in-swinging delivery from Bhuvaneshwar Kumar (2/27). Pakistan adopted a cautious approach as runs dried down. Azhar Ali (9) tried to break free trying to pull a short delivery outside off from Kumar but instead lobbed it to Rohit Sharma at midwicket. With Pakistan down to 21/2, Jamshed and Younis formed a great partnership that brought the innings on track. Skipper Misbah-ul-Haq (16) also departed soon, but Jamshed and former captain Shoaib Malik (34 not out) added 56 runs for the fifth wicket to take the team home safely. Jamshed hit five fours and a six during his 132-ball patient knock. ADVERTISEMENT It was the absence of the fifth wicket that hurt India badly. The 10 overs shared by Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina and Virat Kohli, gave 80 runs Earlier, Dhoni, who battled cramps, was involved in two crucial partnerships, 73 for the sixth wicket with Suresh Raina (43) and a 125-run unbeaten stand for the seventh wicket with local boy Ravichandran Ashwin (31 not out), that helped India get a competitive total after a disastrous start. A fine spell of fast bowling by left-arm pacer Junaid Khan (4/43) removed the Indian top order. The 23-year-old Junaid in his first spell of six overs, conceded just seven runs and picked up the wickets of Virender Sehwag (4), Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh (2) and Rohit Sharma (4). Towering fast bowler Mohammed Irfan (1/58) cleaned up Gautam Gambhir (8). Junaid made the most of the moisture in the track to trouble the Indian batsmen. Sehwag, Kohli and Yuvraj were castled while Rohit was caught at third slip. With India struggling at 29 for five, Dhoni and Raina joined forces to get the innings back on track with a heroic 73-run stand. Raina's patient 88-ball stay was studded with two fours. Raina departed in his attempt to hit out off-spinner Mohammed Hafeez but the ball hurried on to him and knocked out his leg stump. Hafeez bowled miserly and gave away just 26 runs from his 10 overs. The second ODI will be held in Kolkata on January 3 while the final and the third ODI is slated for January 6 in Delhi.

Thursday, 14 June 2012

Lance Armstrong doping probe has its merits


It was only four months ago that Lance Armstrong was riding in the clear.

Two years after federal prosecutors in the United States opened an investigation into whether the seven-time Tour de France winner had engaged in an illegal doping program, the case was closed.

But, because the 40-year-old cyclist managed to avoid criminal charges, that did not guarantee those tasked with preserving the integrity of sport were just going to sit on their hands.

But the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency vowed to continue to look and the agency this week notified Armstrong that it intended to seek sanctions against him, which could result in a lifetime ban from sport, and even the retraction of his seven Tour de France titles.

Armstrong continues to maintain his innocence. His accusers continue to push. The public wonders why it still matters nearly seven years after Armstrong won his last Tour de France.