Author: hasan-fazeel


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Khawaja into World Twenty20 squad

Khawaja into World Twenty20 squad

Having scored 957 runs this summer and strong performance against New Zealand during the last two games, Usman Khawaja seems to have finally cemented his position in the Australian cricket team in all the three formats of the game namely the traditional test matches, the one dayers and now the T20 internationals.  He is now included in the 15 man Australian World Twenty20 squad to play in India from 8 March to 3 April. With his great admirer Mark Waugh being appointed as the selector on duty for the tournament, there is a good chance that Khawaja will make it...

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Pakistan: Time for analysis

On 14 August 2015, Pakistan turned 68 and the birthday celebrations were held by Pakistanis living all across the globe. The idea of Pakistan was to establish an independent Islamic state in the North West of India – where Muslims can live Islam in their daily life, where all citizens will be free to practice their religion and will be protected by the state promoting mutual respect, tolerance, justice and merit based educational and employment opportunities. The idea was later converted into a national Indian Muslim Anthem, “Pakistan ka matlab kya LA ILAHA ILLALLAH.” (What does Pakistan mean, ALLAH...

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Australia wins Cricket World Cup: Phil Hughes demise

Australia won the ICC World Cup by comprehensively beating New Zealand at the final match at the MCG last Sunday. This is the fifth time Australia has won the World Cup and has cemented its position as the premier cricket nation. The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has been a highly successful record breaking event with two double-centuries, seven scores in excess of 150 and 38 centuries and 28 four-wicket hauls, including two hat-tricks. Broadcast by 44 media organisations, in seven languages across 220 countries, the India versus Pakistan group match drew an approximate television audience of more than...

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Journey of a lifetime: Part 3 Jerusalem II

Jewish and Armenian quarters and Masjid Al-Aqsa. The Jewish quarter was my next stop. The first place to enter in the Jewish quarter is through the Buraq Wall or formerly referred to as the Wailing Wall and now more commonly known as the Western Wall. The most sacred place for Jews who believe it to be the only surviving structure of the Herodian temple. For Muslims it is known as the Buraq wall, for on the other side is where Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) tied the Buraq , the winged riding animal upon which he rode during the Night of...

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Journey of a lifetime: Part 2 Jerusalem

My next flight was for the one of the trips of my life so far, one of the most awaited one and one of the most I have always wished for, the travel to Jerusalem; The Mosque Aqsa. I was getting the feeling of my destination when I was waiting in the line to board the plane. As soon as the plane landed on the Tel Aviv airport, people going back home started clapping as soon as the wheels touch the ground. The clap was the sign of their nationalism and pride. Israel is a place with very tight...

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