The veteran batter's refusal to throw fuel to the fire comes after Australian captain Pat Cummins stated that the Test team would be "fiercely protective" of the experienced opener in the face of external criticism, as reported by ESPNcricinfo
Mitchell Johnson in his article questioned why Warner has the authority to choose the retirement date despite performing poorly in Test cricket. The left-hander stated earlier this year, that he would like to put an end to his test career at his home ground, Sydney Cricket Ground
"I lost my mother and wife to politics," former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif said on Saturday, getting visibly emotional as he described how he faced the news of their deaths during his imprisonment (Pics/AFP)
After Virat Kohli-led stunning finish by the hosts India in yesterday's clash with Bangladesh, the ICC World Cup 2023 is entering an interesting stage. In Match 18, Pakistan will clash with Australia on Friday in Bengaluru. Here is all you need to know about today's match (Pic: File Pic)
Former Indian cricketer Syed Kirmani expressed his opinion about the recent controversy surrounding alleged crowd behaviour during India's victory over Pakistan in the ICC World Cup 2023 in Ahmedabad. Pics/File, Text/ANI
Union Home Minister Amit Shah while talking on the J&K Reservation (Amendment) Bill, 2023 and The Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill, 2023 in Lok Sabha on December 06 reiterated that Pak Occupied Kashmir (PoK) is a part of India’s territory. He said, “...Two seats will be reserved for Kashmiri Migrant community members, and one seat in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly will be reserved for people displaced from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. For the first time, 9 seats will be reserved for SC/ST communities”. “Earlier there were 37 seats in Jammu, now there are 43. Earlier there were 46 in Kashmir, now there are 47 and in PoK, 24 seats have been reserved since PoK is ours...” he added.
The world leaders gathered in Dubai for the climate conference COP28 Summit, which was held under the UAE Presidency. The summit witnessed the footfall of leaders like PM Modi, UK PM Rishi Sunak, Pak Caretaker PM Kakar. However, Prime Minister Kakar’s pictures from the COP28 Summit is doing rounds on the internet. World leaders ignored Pak PM Kakar, who stood last in the row during the family photograph ceremony. On the other hand, PM Modi was noticed standing right next to the host country UAE. Looking at India’s prowess among global countries, Pakistani political analysts brutally trolled Pak’s PM. Taking to X, Pakistani political analyst Qamar Cheema asked people to help him find his Prime Minister. Pakistani Journalist Arzoo Kazmi made fun of Pak PM while posting a laughing emoji.
Former Pakistani cricketer Abdul Razzaq is receiving massive flak on social media for his ‘slip of tongue’. A video has been doing rounds on the internet in which he can be seen making derogatory remarks for Bollywood star Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.“We don’t really intend to improve our players. If you think that you will marry Aishwarya (Rai) and you will have a moral child, that will never happen,” said Abdul Razzaq. Abdul made these remarks during an event and he was talking about abysmal performance of Pakistan in World Cup. While he made these controversial remarks, his former teammates Umar Gul and Shahid Afridi were laughing. Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi was quick to react as she bashed him for his distasteful remarks. Later, Abdul Razzaq took to X and shared a video apologizing to Aishwarya Rai on the Abdul Razzaq controversy. In the video, he claimed that Aishwarya’s name slipped out of my mouth.
Hollywood star, Angelina Jolie, who is also a refugee advocate, has lambasted Pakistan as deep concern is rising about the survival of Afghan refugees leaving Pakistan. In an Instagram post, she said she was “saddened they would so abruptly push back refugees who face the impossible realities of trying to survive in today’s Afghanistan, where women have again been deprived of all rights and the possibility of education, many are being imprisoned, and there is a deep humanitarian crisis.” Terming Pakistan’s move of expelling “yet another example of the backsliding in human rights global”, Jolie said that his is a new tragedy in the long history of the suffering of Afghan people.
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