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ICC World Cup 2019 - A Competition Among the Middle Tablers ... and Pakistan's Chances!

The ICC World Cup 2019 gets underway in a week from now when hosts England square off against South Africa. The previous two World Cups were won by the host nations - India in 2011 and Australia in 2015 - and this time, it is also the host nation that goes into the 6-week tournament as firm favorites to lift the trophy for the very first time.England have played 3 ICC World Cup finals, finishing runners up every single time. This cup is there for the taking for the world's number one ODI team.Bu...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, India, South Africa, Pakistan, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, Warner, Smith, Steve Smith, Sri Lanka, Icc, West Indies, Mohammad Hafeez, Hafeez


ICC World Cup Swansongs ...

The ICC World Cup 2019 is 8 days away! It is every cricketers dream to not only represent their team at a World Cup, but to be a part of a World Cup winning team. For some, the dream comes true; but for many it remains just that... a dream.This World Cup will be the last for a number of cricketers. Here is a look at those who will most likely be taking part in their last ever World Cup. AUSTRALIAShaun MarshDespite making his debut in 2008, this will be Shaun Marsh's first ever World Cup; and mo...
Tags: UK, Australia, Sex, India, South Africa, Pakistan, New Zealand, Taylor, Sri Lanka, Icc, Ab De Villiers, West Indies, Chris Gayle, Shaun Marsh, Gayle, Malik


Did you see Shoaib Malik flat-bat his own stumps like an absolute gimboid?

Shoaib Malik out hit wicket (via Sky Sports) You’d have to say that England chasing down 341 at Trent Bridge is no longer newsworthy. (We swear they’re better at chasing 350 than 200 by this point). That leaves us with this: Shoaib Malik flat-batting his own stumps like an absolute gimboid. As dismissals go, it was sub-village. If we had to place it on the hierarchy, we’d have it down as a pissed-up-beach-cricket way to get out. All the same, we’re surprised it doesn’t hap...
Tags: England, Sex, Pakistan, England cricket news, Trent Bridge, Graeme Swann, Shoaib Malik, Did you see


England are a good one-day bowling side and if you think otherwise, you’re living in the past

Skyer (via ECB YouTube) England and Pakistan are warming up for the World Cup. In the third match of the series, Pakistan batted first. They started off scoring at a run a ball, then picked it up to almost seven an over through the middle phase of their innings, then lifted that again to 9.4 an over for the final ten overs. “What a beautifully-paced innings,” said someone who still doesn’t get it. “Well that was a massively inefficient way of going about things,” said E...
Tags: England, Sex, Pakistan, England cricket news, Gary Ballance, England England, ECB YouTube England


The Parsi burial ground is a sign of Rawalpindi’s rich heritage

On Murree Road, in the heart of the city, a lane leads towards a heavy iron gate that opens out on an era of Parsi history Article by Ammad Ali | Daily Times Pakistan Resting place of a WWII soldier of Royal Indian Air Force at Parsi Cemetery Rawalpindi It is a sweltering morning of June 1947. Weeks after vicious communal riots in Rawalpindi, Parsis are proffering teary-eyed goodbye to their home, Rawalpindi – standing amid Parsi cemetery on the narrow patches that part each grave, by laying o...
Tags: Life, India, History, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kabul, Mumbai, Peshawar, Hyderabad, Bombay, Gujarat, KARACHI, RAWALPINDI, Parsi, Gurpurab, Surat


WZCC Global AGM And Awards Gala 2019 in Orlando

The week of May 1-5, 2019 became ground zero in the Zoroastrian world as three major events coincided in Orlando, Florida. The Central Florida Zoroastrian Community played host to the multi-day World Zoroastrian Chamber of Commerce (WZCC) Global AGM, followed by the Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America (FEZANA) Annual General Meeting and lastly the periodic meeting of the Global Working Group, the premier coordinating body of the Zoroastrian diaspora. Over 125 Zarathushtis s...
Tags: Hong Kong, Usa, London, News, Washington, France, Life, Pakistan, United Kingdom, Mastercard, Orlando, Agm, Toronto Canada, Virginia Tech, Jennifer, Harvard Medical School


Toxy Cowasjee Steps Down as Editor of Hamazor After 17 years

Earlier this year Toxy Cowasjee, the editor of the Hamazor magazine reached out to me asking if I would cover a local NYC event for her to go in the next issue of Hamazor. I, of course said yes. You can’t say no to Toxy. Little did I realize that this article would be in the very last issue of Hamazor that Toxy was going to be putting out as editor. It is with sadness that I read in her editorial of the 1st issue of 2019 that she will be stepping down as the editor of Hamazor. For as long as I ...
Tags: England, News, Life, Pakistan, KARACHI, Cyrus, Parsi, World Zoroastrian Organization, Toxy Cowasjee, Hamazor, Toxy Little, Toxy


Two decades from now, Pakistan will have no Parsis

Just before sunset, five elderly men leave their homes in the Cyrus Minwalla Colony, the oldest settlement of Karachi’s Parsis, and sit themselves down on cement benches placed alongside a pavement. None of them get into a conversation: two of them read the day’s newspapers, two others seem lost in thought, and the fifth stares at the structure on the opposite side of the boulevard, at the Tower of Silence, where Zoroastrians keep their dead for decomposition. Article by  Arshad Yousafzai | The ...
Tags: Life, India, Heritage, Pakistan, Peshawar, Islamabad, LAHORE, KARACHI, Nowruz, Persia, Quetta, Multan, RAWALPINDI, Parsi, Sindh, Navsari


Jimmy Engineer selected for Habib Jalib Peace Award

World-renowned Pakistani artist, peace activist and social crusader Jimmy Engineer has been selected for Habib Jalib Peace Award for 2019 in appreciation and recognition of his meritorious services in the field of art and social work. Habib Jalib Peace Award Committee, according to an announcement, will present the Peace Award to Jimmy Engineer at a function to be held at Arts Council of Pakistan in Karachi on April 30, 2019 to mark observance of 26th death anniversary of popular revolutionar...
Tags: Art, Life, Pakistan, KARACHI, Arts Council, Jimmy Engineer, Habib Jalib Peace Award Committee, Habib Jalib Habib Jalib, Habib Jalib Peace Award, Ruth Pfau Justice, Jam Saqi, Jinnah Society, Mrs Souriya Anwar


International Cricket Test Championship mace goes to India

While Indiancricket bettors focus on the 2019 IPL tournament, test cricket is heating up. For the third year in a row, India retains the ICC Test Championship mace. The cutoff date for the ICC Test rankings is April 1st each year. The top teams win prizes, with a first prize of US$ 1 million going to India as the winners. Manu Sawhey, the ICC Chief Executive, congratulated the Indian team, and commented on the importance of Test cricket. “I congratulate India on retaini...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, India, US, Afghanistan, South Africa, Pakistan, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Icc, West Indies, Kane Williamson, Virat Kohli


Must-Try Spring Fashion Trends for 2019

Spring is here, and it brings many pleasantries, including new design trends. Following, we are going to discuss what new trends will be introduced in Spring 2019, and how it will drive our women crazy. So stick with us! Spring Fashion Trends A dress is functional before its elegant. There are some minor design changes when you transit from winter to spring. Every year, these minor changes get an update to cater to the modern audience. 2019 is no different, and with that said, we ...
Tags: Fashion, Pakistan, Fashion Trends, Spring Fashion, Trend Alert, Spring Trends, Spring Fashion Trends, Spring Prints, Spring 2019, Digital Prints Digital Prints


Who will you pick in Pakistan's 15 for the ICC World Cup 2019?

The deadline for submitting World Cup squads is 30th April 2019 and Pakistan is done with all its international assignments till then. Pakistan's 5-match ODI series against England will start on 8th May, so it is only logical that Pakistan's World Cup squad plays that series.Considering Pakistan is planning to send the team to England by 24th April for acclimatization and practice matches against county sides, the selectors have 20 odd days to make up their mind about the 15 that will play the I...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Pakistan, West Indies, Aussies, Afridi, Malik, Hassan, Umar Akmal, Asif, Aamir, Hafeez, Rizwan, Babar Azam, Sarfraz


Settling the Case of Imam Ul Haq and Usman Khan Shinwari

Imam Ul Haq has faced it since the day he made his debut for Pakistan, while Usman Khan Shinwari has lately got some stick as well.It is not only the largely emotional fans but even well read ones and experts who have questioned the inclusion of Usman Khan in Pakistan's ODI team with comments like "he has off days when he is slaughtered by the batsmen".Well I don't remember any such day in Usman's short ODI career.In 14 ODIs, he has picked up 24 wickets at a remarkable average of 20.5, a strike ...
Tags: Sex, India, South Africa, Pakistan, Dubai, Cape Town, Imam, Usman, Port Elizabeth, Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman, Imam Ul Haq, Shaheen Afridi, Usman Khan, Usman Khan Shinwari, T20s?Usman Khan


Houston Inaugurates The Bhandara Atash Kadeh

Jamshedi Navroze 2019 and the subsequent days shall long remain etched in the memory of the hundreds of Zarathushtis who gathered here to witness the inauguration of North America’s latest place of Zoroastrian worship. What makes this place an Atash Kadeh and a first in many a ways is that it designed to have a continuously burning consecrated fire and spaces to perform some of the higher liturgical ceremonies, including the navar and martab ceremonies for the initiation of mobeds. ...
Tags: London, Life, Chicago, United States, Pakistan, Houston, North America, LAHORE, BOI, Irani, Navsari, Houston People, Bhandara, Ahura Mazda, Zarathushtis, Vada Dasturji


Root and Wood Could Cover Up England Weaknesses

Jason RoyJoe RootEngland seal record ODI chasehttps://t.co/qM1ip52gn6pic.twitter.com/Jgg4HmI5vI — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) February 20, 2019 England have been on an imperious march to the World Cup since their failure in the competition four years ago in Australia and New Zealand. The Three Lions were humiliated, failing to reach the knockout stage of the tournament. Eoin Morgan’s men played a brand of tepid cricket that put them well behind their rivals at the top of the sport. Their...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, India, Pakistan, New Zealand, Three Lions, Stuart Broad, Joe Root, Sri Lanka, Caribbean, Eoin Morgan, West Indies, Chris Gayle, Mark Wood, James Anderson


New Faces in Pakistan's ODI Squad Vying for a place in the World Cup Squad

Pakistan recently announced a 16-man squad for the 5 match ODI series against Australia, which will be played in the UAE, starting 22nd March.Pakistan have decided to rest a number of their key players, including captain Sarfraz Ahmed, keeping in mind the hectic PSL schedule and the upcoming ICC World Cup.There are more ODIs to be played leading up to the World Cup so Pakistan can afford to rest the likes of Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, and Shaheen Afridi who have been playi...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Pakistan, New Zealand, Uae, Odi, Yasir Shah, Shan, Psl, England Lions, Malik, Umar Akmal, Saad, Umar, Quaid


Rati Framroze Cooper: In Memorarium

On Friday March 8, 2019 Rati Framroze Cooper passed away in Lahore, Pakistan. It may be coincidence or not, that one of the most amazing women educators of the Indian sub-continent, passed away on International Women’s Day. I had the opportunity to meet Rati Aunty only for a few days on my trip to Lahore in January 2016. I was introduced to her and her sister Perin Aunty, through several contacts and I first met up with them in the lobby of the Avari Lahore. Rati Aunty has to have been the most...
Tags: Usa, New York, London, NYC, Life, India, Pakistan, Cooper, LAHORE, LAHORE Pakistan, Marlowe, Parsi, British Council, Madam, Individuals, Wadia


Women take to the streets of Pakistan to rewrite their place in society

Campaigners will march on International Women’s Day to protest against harassment, child marriage and ‘honour killings’During Jalwat Ali’s school days in Lahore, there were limited spaces to gather with other women, never mind flood the streets with punchy placards.Public spaces often feel constricted in Pakistan, as though under critical male scrutiny. But over the past few days, Ali has been recruiting dozens of women, from garment workers to domestic helpers who barely get a day off. “To solv...
Tags: Gender, Women, Life and style, World news, South and Central Asia, Pakistan, Global development, International Women's Day, Ali, LAHORE, Women's rights and gender equality, Jalwat Ali


Second Test notes: Root Maths - The Head of the Snake; Holder's Ban

The parsing of a player's stats in order to sustain a particular argument about their game has a name of quite longstanding: Root Maths. It generally fails because it assumes that stats are somehow infallible as well as immutable, when the truth is that they are as open to interpretation as a Jonny Bairstow straight drive.But after the Antigua Test, when Joe Root's batting average as captain - 1,954 runs at 42.47 - fell more than ten runs behind his average when he's not - 4,594 at 52.80 - the u...
Tags: England, Sex, India, Root, Pakistan, New Zealand, Smith, Joe Root, St Lucia, West Indies, Anderson, Jonny Bairstow, Glenn Mcgrath, Tom Westley, Antigua, Kohli


Let’s take a quick look at the opening innings of some recent England Test tours and also the warm-up matches that preceded them

Via Sky Sports “There was never a stage where the dressing room didn’t feel we could win,” said Ben Foakes after England lost the first Test by a quite enormous margin. At no point? Not even when you were 393 runs behind in your second innings with just one wicket left? The truth is that England went from in the game to out of it extremely quickly and spent only a very brief period circling the plughole of defeat. At lunch on day two, they were 30-1; by the drinks break, the...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, India, South Africa, Pakistan, New Zealand, Bangladesh, James Taylor, Sri Lanka, West Indies, England cricket news, Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow, Nick Compton, Garner


Imam Ul Haq - a Young but Promising Career ...

For as long as Inzamam Ul Haq remains PCB's Chief Selector, poor Imam Ul Haq will have to bear the brunt of judgement calls and nepotism remarks. Such is our nation, that no matter how good someone performs, they will for some reason always feel he is in the team because of his legendary uncle who is the Chief Selector. I really never understood why so many people feel this way. Inzamam was appointed Chief Selector in April 2016. That was probably the most ideal time to select Imam Ul Ha...
Tags: Sex, Ireland, South Africa, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, Imam, Odi, Virat Kohli, PCB, Babar Azam, Inzamam, Inzamam ul Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Imam Ul Haq, South Africa Imam


Why Sarfaraz Ahmed’s Racist Slur Strikes Beyond Cricket

The Pakistani cricket team, that has been dogged with many off-field problems in the past decades, is now facing an issue that many outside the Indian subcontinent find perplexing—charges of racism, after Sarfaraz Ahmed, the team captain was caught on mic calling a South African player a “kala” (literal translation black). Some are wondering how racism could even be an issue in a team which has all shades of brown, from very fair to very dark. In fact, racism in the subcontinent is dirty...
Tags: Life, Religion, Sports, World, Racism, Current Affairs, Pakistan, Islam, Prophet, Muslims, South Asia, Quran, Colorism, Sarfaraz, Featured Home, Featured Current Affairs


Pakistan Surprised Everyone with a Strong Chase

Pakistan have now played 4 ODIs at Port Elizabeth and haven't lost even one!That is quite a record for them in a place like South Africa.No one really expected Pakistan to win the first ODI. I mean our ODI team is worse than our test team, and with the way the test team was wiped out, it was really difficult to expect the ODI team to win anything.If you took a look at the best betting exchanges, no one would have placed their money on Pakistan.For starters, I felt Pakistan played the wrong XI.I ...
Tags: England, Sex, South Africa, Pakistan, Imam, Odi, Dale Steyn, Malik, Port Elizabeth, Hafeez, Babar Azam, Sarfraz, Babar, Shan Masood, Mohammad Hafeez He, Hafeez Malik


The Epic Junooni Experience

Around the middle of 2018, a friend working in the Dubai events industry asked me if I would be interested in a Junoon Reunion Concert in Dubai.Hell Yeah I would be!He then asked me to do some quick research on whatsapp by asking my friends the same question and also figuring out the price range they would be willing to pay to watch Junoon again.Majority answered YES! Many said they would fly down from Karachi if this were to happen. Some said that it will never happen. Junoon will never reunite...
Tags: Sex, Pakistan, Dubai, Brian, Ahmed, Psl, KARACHI, Salman, Pepsi, Brian O Connell, Pakistan Zindabad, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Junoon, Ali Azmat, Junoon Ali Azmat, Ali Azmat Salman Ahmed


Are India brilliant? Are Australia shit?

Cheteshwar Pujara (via BT Sport) Looking back on a 2-1 home series defeat to India, Australia captain Tim Paine said that his team “couldn’t quite get through” the big moments. Paine was a little vague about what those big moments were. We can exclusively reveal that 1,251 of them were deliveries bowled to Cheteshwar Pujara that didn’t result in his dismissal. But while Pujara was a very big part of India’s success, wearing Australia’s four-man attack down to a little nub ov...
Tags: Australia, Sex, India, Pakistan, Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, Australia Cricket News, Virat Kohli, HARRIS, Fox Sports, Ravindra Jadeja, Agarwal, Paine, Tim Paine, Ashwin, Jalandhar


Azhar Ali & Asad Shafiq have been Epic Failures

When Pakistan's greatest test batsman, Younis Khan, and most capped test captain, Misbah Ul Haq, retired in May 2017, we all thought; rather we all knew that Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq were ready to take over the role of Pakistan's leading test batsmen.Till that time, Azhar and Asad had played all their test cricket in a batting line up that was built around the backbone of Younis and Misbah.Azhar made the number 3 position his own and even excelled as an opener; while Asad always provided solid ...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Ireland, South Africa, Pakistan, New Zealand, Lyon, Sri Lanka, Uae, Kane Williamson, Imam, Steve Waugh, Misbah, Azhar Ali, MCG


Jason Holder: Lord Megachief of Gold 2018

Jason Holder (via Windies Cricket YouTube) Our annual Lord Megachief of Gold award is the highest honour in cricket. The title is recognition of performance over the previous calendar year. Here are all the winners. There was some half-decent batting in 2018 – Virat Kohli played a couple of blinding innings, while Henry Nicholls averaged 73 – but it was the bowlers who stood out, and the pace bowlers in particular. Full respect to Kagiso Rabada, the top wicket-taker with 5...
Tags: England, Sex, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Hyderabad, West Indies, Ms Dhoni, Virat Kohli, Michael Holding, Kagiso Rabada, Holder, BRIDGETOWN, Jason Holder, Henry Nicholls


Cameron Bancroft’s very long open letter, Festivus wishes and entirely unnecessary notification of upcoming fixtures

Excuse making (all images via Sky Sports video) Today is a very important day. Today is the day that Cameron Bancroft revealed that he almost gave up cricket to teach yoga but then didn’t. It’s also the day of the Festivus King Cricket post where we all come together for the airing of grievances and we mention that we’ll be downing tools for a few days before telling you about the Boxing Day Test matches that you already knew about. But first, the Bancroft thing. In a no...
Tags: Australia, Sex, India, Pakistan, Melbourne, Kent, Australia Cricket News, Bancroft, Saint Francis, Assisi, Cameron Bancroft, MCGSouth Africa, Herath An


24 Holiday Steals That Gift Like Luxe Home Goods

The major seasonal sales may have come to a close, but our holiday bargain hunt isn't over yet — especially where gifting's concerned. Instead of paying full price on last-minute present purchases, we're going to save some extra cash by shopping the best slashed-price finds. And here's your Paperless Post to join us.Ahead we're outlining our hit-list of 20 buys from across the web that shop like a stylish steal and gift like a luxe home good. Whether you're shopping for a coworker, in-law, S.O....
Tags: Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, California, Georgia, Society, Pakistan, Brazil, Lulu, Anthropologie, Fitz, Zwilling, MoMA Store, Hokusai, Kanagawa, Henckels


20 Holiday Steals That Gift Like Luxe Home Goods

The major seasonal sales may have come to a close, but our holiday bargain hunt isn't over yet — especially where gifting's concerned. Instead of paying full price on last-minute present purchases, we're going to save some extra cash by shopping the best slashed-price finds. And here's your Paperless Post to join us.Ahead we're outlining our hit-list of 20 buys from across the web that shop like a stylish steal and gift like a luxe home good. Whether you're shopping for a coworker, in-law, S.O....
Tags: Amazon, Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, California, Georgia, Pakistan, Brazil, Lulu, Anthropologie, Fitz, MoMA Store, Oliver Bonas, Jason Mecier, Stephanie DeAngelis, Barneys New York This



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