Sania Mirza shares cryptic message on ‘setting boundaries.’

Sania has been consistently posting mysterious notes that have led to speculations about the possibility of a split from her husband, Shoaib Malik.

Indian tennis player Sania Mirza was once again arousing attention from her massive fans by posting an obscure note on “setting boundaries” amid rumors of a divorce of her husband, Pakistan Cricket team’s Captain Shoaib Malik, continuing to grow.

The tennis player has kept a low profile about divorce rumors swirling around the couple for a few months and has held the fans on their toes.

Mirza has regularly posted insecure notes, which the followers believe have to do with her relationship with her husband since November 2022.

Model Sania regularly updates her Instagram stories and page. That show snippets of her personal and professional life.. Recently, she shared a post with the words:

“Our boundaries are not judgments of other people. They’re simply a recognition of our own needs,” she stated on social media. “Just because I set a boundary with someone doesn’t necessarily make their behavior wrong. Sometimes it just means that their behavior isn’t right for me.”

Sania Mirza shares cryptic message on ‘setting boundaries.’


Her fans may have suspected something was amiss after her enigmatic Instagram Story post from Tuesday.


In the meantime, Malik posted an ode to birthday wishes to Indian choreographer Farah Khan Kunder, a close associate of Sania Malik, on his Instagram with a photo of him and the two women.

Sania Mirza shares cryptic message on ‘setting boundaries.’


Malik, in contrast to Sania, spoke to a magazine in 2000 and broke his quiet over the divorce rumors. Malik has asked people to “leave it alone.”

He didn’t like the constant media press rumors and conjecture about his conceivable separation from his wife of 12 years. He refused to discuss the issue.

“It is our matter. Neither I nor my wife is answering this question. Leave it alone,” the man had stated.

The couple appears together on a talk show, and so far, this has been successful in keeping their supporters. Expectations are high since they believe “all is well” between the two.

Even though they appeared on the talk show Mirza Malik Show, despite their appearance on the talk show Mirza Malik Show, sources have stated that the pair are not friends with each other and are instead performing their professional duties.

In 2010, the two athletes were married. The couple’s kid, Izhaan, was born in the year 2018.



Naseem attributes the team’s success versus New Zealand to execution.

Naseem Shah won Player of the match for his impressive performance with the ball.

Pakistan quick bowler Naseem Shah has another five-wicket haul to win the first ODI played against New Zealand at the National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi.

At the press conference, Naseem Shah said that this win was a reward for us based on our performance.

“We simply planned to ball according to our strength, and we did that; we executed our plan, and in the end, God helped us with this win,” said Naseem.

When asked about any of the formats, which do you prefer to focus on to ensure your longevity in the game, Naseem explained, “I enjoy playing cricket and my bowling, whether it is Test, ODI or T20 and day by day, I try to improve myself, and it’s my goal to play well in all the three-formats and perform well for my team and try to win matches for them.”

“Test cricket helps in improving your bowling skills for ODI and T20 because of the shortest format, and indeed in the pressure games like the Pakistan Super League (PSL), I also played county cricket which helped me a lot, and apart from that, I always try to improve my skills whether it is any of the formats and I try and try to be consistent in my performances,” He said.

The bowler responded, “To be honest, the pitch was terrific, credit goes to everyone who performed, whether it be Wasim or Usama Mir, Nawaz, everybody bowled wonderfully.” When questioned about the pitch’s conditions during the Test series as well as the ODI. We took advantage of the grip and swing that helped us, and our batters performed brilliantly.”

The Men in Green play first after winning the toss and deciding to bat first. Naseem Shah took the first wickets for the Blackcaps, and the debutant Usama Mir took the principal wickets for Tom Latham and skipper Kane Williamson.

The New Zealand team scored 255 runs after losing nine wickets. In reply, Pakistan started perfectly with their three-star batters Fakhar Zaman, captain Babar Azam, and Mohammad Rizwan, who each scored half-centuries.

Haris Sohail, who returned to the national team in the past two seasons, scored 23-ball 32 runs, including two fours and two massive sixes.

Naseem Shah won the Player of the Match award for his impressive performance with the ball. The second ODI is scheduled to be played in the National Bank Cricket Arena on the 11th of January, 2023.



Sahibzada Sultan wins Jeep Thar Desert Rally.

Sahibzada Sultan, a well-known racer, won his first race at the Thar Flood Jeep Rally 2023, which concluded in the Mithi district in Sindh and all the joyous celebrations, reported on Sunday.

He completed the distance of 108km within 1 hour, 15 minutes, and 21 secs to top the podium in category A. Shiraz Qureshi was second in the race with a time of 1 hour sixteen minutes 55 secs. Sheharyar Khan was third and covered the distance in 1 minute, 17 mins, and 23 seconds.

In category B, Bilal Chaudhary stood. First, Aqeel Ahmed was in second place, and Nawaz Dasti was in third.

Advertising -In the category of women, Maham Shiraz secured first place. He completed the required distance in just one hour, twenty-four minutes, and 28 seconds.

Advertising –The Tharparkar Jeep rally was arranged to aid the people impacted by the flooding in the second half of the year, Sindh and Balochistan. Many of the country’s most well-known rally drivers participated in the rally.

The camel race and horse race, and Sindh the Sindh Malakhara cultural games were also played on this occasion. Lala Rahim Pathan won the first spot in the Malakhara race, and Kashif Bajeer won the race for the first-time winner of the marathon race. In contrast, Anwar Hajjam won the camel race.

The ceremony to close the fair took place at the Benazir Complex Mithi. The Sindh Sports Councilor Arbab Lutfullah, Dr. Mahesh Kumar Malani, Mukesh Kamal Chawla, and others were at the closing ceremony. They also handed out prizes and trophies to the winners.


After a series of Test failures, Pakistan enter their comfort zone New Zealand ODIs

KARACHI: Pakistan captain Babar Azam takes a shot against the pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi during a net-based practice session while Chief selector Shahid Afridi (L) looks on at the National Stadium on Sunday.–Tahir Jamal/White Star

KARACHI 5 test series in one go. Losses to three teams and wins in one. In addition to an abrupt shift in the governing cricket board. Pakistan has been through a lot over the past six weeks. However, in the final phase, they’re ready to return to their normal routine of One-day International cricket.

The Babar Azam-led team is set to begin this three-match match series with New Zealand — starting on Monday and being played entirely in the National Stadium — at the heels of eight consecutive wins and the possibility of being in the middle of the ICC World Cup Super League table after the cycle if they win 3-1.

Contrary to their performance during Tests in 2022 that resulted in them losing their match against Australia with a 1-0 score and being whitewashed by England 3-1 before drawing an 0-0 draw with New Zealand — Pakistan beat Australia by 2-1 and smashed clean sweeps of 3-0 on West Indies and Netherlands in one-day cricket.

In the ODI World Cup scheduled to take place in India in the next few months, Pakistan will look to continue to carry on its momentum into 2023.

On Sunday, BABAR Azam (L) and Kane Williamson of New Zealand posed with trophy for the One-Day International series. The White Star

On the day of the game, Babar said. “It’s World Cup year, and we start our preparations for the tournament with this series. “We are in good form in 50-over cricket and we want to ensure that we stretch it into 2023.”

In comparison to previous PCB administrations led by Ramiz Raja. Babar has seen a significant decline in his power over a selection from the year’s commencement.

Former head selector Mohammad Wasim was fired by the Najam Sethi-led temporary Management Committee before the board seized control. The new CEO moved quickly to make changes after replacing him with former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi.

As the head selector, he made his first squad announcement. The 42-year-old replaced the all-rounder Shadab Khan, who Usama Mir did not cap, with a leg spinner.

Haris Sohail, a middle-order hitter, can now rejoin the Pakistani team thanks to Afridi. At the first chance in the past three years, Khushdil Shah and Haider Ali were dropped. Despite both players’ respectable efforts in prior games.

The batter who was not capped, Tayyab Tahir, is also named. Afridi appointed Shan Masood as vice-captain in an unexpected move. Despite the fact that the left-handed player’s final ODI of the 2019 campaign has already passed.

The former leg spinner was seen in charge of Pakistan’s practice. On Sunday, while conversing with the team’s coaches at the National Stadium. He may play a significant role in selecting the final XI to play the three ODIs.

Afridi stated that his selection panel “didn’t need to be on the same page” with the coach and captain. The statement hinted that there could be disagreements between the two groups.

During the press conference, Babar stated that it was crucial for him and coach to communicate effectively with selection committee.

It’s not all that unusual for Babar but. The addition of opening batter Fakhar Zaman after a protracted absence. Injury to the left-handed batsman will energize his team. When Haris Rauf returns from an injury he sustained while playing in the England Tests. Pakistan will also be able to rely on the right-arm pacer.

The wicketkeeper. Mohammad Rizwan is also slated to play for Pakistan in future after being restrained during two-match test match against Kiwis.

The series is expected to be competitive. It features New Zealand. Who finished second in the 2019 World Cup and went undefeated in all 16 of their ODI matches. This year while led by Captain Kane Willamson.

Regarding Pakistan, The BlackCaps have had success in 12 of their 15 one-day matches in the last 15. Williamson has chosen to relinquish his position as Test team captain. In order to focus on fifty-over cricket as the 2023 World Cup approaches. The legendary right-hander has acknowledged Pakistan’s strengths.

“Pakistan is a very strong side and naturally knows these conditions very well,” Williamson said. Williamson. As a team, we need to concentrate on the cricket we want to play and attempt deliver some better performances.

Pacer Matt Henry will be missed by New Zealand. He is rehabilitating after suffering an abdominal strain on the day the second Test was called a draw.

Trent Boult, Kyle Jamieson, and Adam Milne’s absence has already exhausted the visitors’ pace resources.

Teams (from):

NEW ZEALAND: Kane Williamson (captain), Tom Latham, Finn Allen, Michael Bracewell, Devon Conway, Lockie Ferguson, Daryl Mitchell, Henry Nicholls, Glenn Phillips, Mitchell Santner, Henry Shipley, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Blair Tickner

PAKISTAN: Babar Azam (captain), Fakhar Zaman, Haris Rauf, Haris Sohail, Imam-ul-Haq, Kamran Ghulam, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Wasim, Naseem Shah, Agha Salman, Shahnawaz Dahani, Shan Masood, Tayyab Tahir, Usama Mir




Tait dissatisfied with his work as Pakistan’s Bowling Coach


KARACHI: A brief but intense press conference was held by Shaun Tait (the bowling coach), who was again thrown into the middle of Pakistan’s struggles. The former pacer from Australia, Shaun Tait, could not provide any more details and only gave a few answers. He said he would face the media if Pakistan loses in the T20 series.

Pakistan is facing its third consecutive Test series loss at home. They need 319 runs to win, with eight wickets remaining on Friday’s second Test against New Zealand. The home season’s disappointing results against England and Australia raised doubts about Pakistan’s ability to hit at regular intervals. It has been a similar story against New Zealand, with the first match ending in a draw.

Pakistan’s best bowler was Abrar Ahmad, who took 11 wickets in four innings. He has had to work hard and bowl slowly for many overs. Fast bowlers have also struggled. Naseem Shah is the leader with four wickets, despite only being in the second Test. Mir Hamza is the leader with one wicket in two. Mohammad Wasim Jr got one. Hasan Ali could also not score a wicket in the second Test, which he won with just one wicket.

Tait was asked why Pakistan had such poor bowling performance, and he answered straightface: “That’s your view.” Another reporter asked him if he was satisfied with the performance.

Tait did, however, talk about managing the workload for Pakistan’s pacers. Many of them, like Shaheen Shah-Afridi or Haris Rauf, have been injured after playing cricket in all formats. He said, “Yes, there was too much cricket.” “This year is important [with the ODI World Cup being played], so I believe that player management will be crucial.”


Pakistan is dismissed for 408 as a response against New Zealand’s 449

Pakistan was disqualified after a first-innings total of 408 on day four of the Test in reaction to New Zealand’s score of 449 at Karachi Thursday.

Saud Shakeel was unbeaten at 125 after the last man, Abrar Ahmed, was sent off without scoring, as Pakistan gave up a 41-run lead.

New Zealand spinners Ajaz Patel and Ish Sodhi both took three wickets each.

Shakeel was able to keep his wicket intact for 488 minutes playing throughout the day on Wednesday and then added the score of 83 on the third wicket along with Imamul Haq (83) and 150 for the fifth wicket along with Sarfaraz Ahmed (78).

However, New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel dismissed Agha Salman (41) and Hasan Ali (four) as Pakistan dropped from 397-9 to 385-5. The team lost four wickets and only 12 runs from 27 balls on the day.

Shakeel, who scored 17 boundaries, was fortunate to save his life from batsman Tim Southee when Tom Latham made a catch with a single touch at short cover when the batter was 102.

The two-match series is tied following the first Test, also in Karachi, was the draw.


Performance of Pakistani coaches of the national team acceptable: Inzamam

LAHORE: In contrary to the practices of PCB Interim Management Committee Chairman Najam Sethi, Former captain Inzamam-ul Haq believes that Pakistani coaches are competent and have performed pretty well for the national side.

Speaking to the media in the hotel this Wednesday, Inzamam claimed that the local coach was excellent and the national team’s performance could have been better.

“Wins and defeats are part of the game but Pakistan team’s overall performance under local coaches is satisfactory,” Inzamam said.

The former Test cricketers Saqlain Mushtaq (head coach) and Mohammad Yousuf (batting coach) are members of the national team’s current coaching staff.

It is worth noting that Sethi, immediately after taking over last week, in his policy announcement. Stated that he would choose to use the coaching services of foreign coaches for the national team. As well as the National High-Performance Centre, insisting that they were aware of modern cricket more.

Inzamam, in his speech, also stood up for Babar Azam, who, as captain. Suffered defeat in two consecutive test series at home against Australia (0-1) and England (0-3) in the year before.

“Having had the privilege of leading Pakistan in the past, I am aware of the stress of being captain. Every captain becomes better with time, but in Pakistan, some people have a bad tendency of criticising the skipper after a series loss. The hero of the 1992 World Cup-winning squad, Inzamam, said. “In my opinion, there’s no reason for a captain to be changed after winning a few games.

Inzamam ultimately expressed his disagreement with the selection criterion used in the current home series of Tests against New Zealand. Instead of more fielding all-rounders, a starting XI with an equal number of bowlers and hitters would have been preferable.

To a query about the possibility of the return of the former pacer Mohammad Amir. Who quit international cricket in December 2020 in protest of “mental torture” by the team’s management at the time. Inzamam claimed that Amir alone should make the choice for the Pakistani team under the new PCB administration.

Amir’s unilateral choice to continue taking Tests after 2020 infuriated the PCB system at the time. which, despite a clearly declining level of Amir’s on-field performance, gradually dropped the speed bowler from ODI and T20 International matches.

Reports were recently suggesting that Amir might resume Test cricket, which left-armer Amir quit in 2019. With the new PCB management headed by Sethi, the player traveled to his National High-Performance Centre in Lahore to practice


The cricketer Shan Masood is getting married on the 21st of January

Shan Masood is getting married. Reception will take place in Peshawar on January 21 and the valima in Karachi on January 27.

If you believed that the Pakistan cricket squad was finished with their wedding ceremonies throughout the entire year We’re sorry to inform you that you’re wrong. Batsman Shan Masood is next to be the next to tie the knot. The cricketer is set to get married on the 21st of January in Peshawar.

The left-handed batter will marry Meeshay Khan, a resident of the northwest city. Following their wedding, the valima ceremony would be performed in Karachi in about six days.

Masood’s cricketers as well as other prominent public celebrities were inviting to the ceremony.


Shan Masood is getting married
Masood’s news comes only a few days after Muzna Masood Malik and buddy and pace leader Haris Rauf exchanged vows in a little nikah ceremony in Islamabad. The wedding included Shaheen Shah Afridi and Shahid Afridi, who is part of Shahid Afridi and his Lahore Qalandars squad. The couple wore matching white outfits. Rauf wearing a sherwani adorned with gold-colored buttons. Malik was dressed in a beige ivory, heavily embellished dress from Hussain Rehar.

A little further, Shaheen Shah Afridi will also be married a few days after Masood. The nikah ceremony he will have with former cricketer Shahid, interim chief selection officer Shahid’s 2nd daughter Ansha Afridi will be held on the 3rd of February.


PAKvNZ: Imam misses out on a ton as Pakistan get to 189/4 and they trail Kiwis by 265 runs on Day 3.

KARACHI – Imam-ul-Haq does not make it to 100 points as Pakistan recorded 189 on day 3 of the second Test match with New Zealand.

Imam’s powerful batting drove Pakistan in response to New Zealand’s 449-however hosts were beaten during the 2nd Test. Babar was the captain of the squad, looking to bounce back from their losing their first game.

The game today could be crucial in the second test because it will give an idea of the direction in which the game is moving.

Pakistan on Tuesday achieve 154-3 after taking out New Zealand at 449, being 295 behind the visitors runs on the second day of the second test at Karachi’s National Stadium Karachi.

Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Haq started the session in good form after the opener Abdullah Shafique was sent packing by Matt Henry for 19 runs. Azam was in fine form but a mishap with Imam caused him to lose his wicket.

Then, Imam and Saud Shakeel ensured there weren’t more wickets for Kiwis. Because the former begins on the 3rd day with 74 at stumps, and 13 runs later.

In the first Test match of the two-match series Babar-led team resumed their 2nd innings at 77, which resulted in 2 wickets lost. They declared at 311 after an eight-wicket loss. The team set a target for victory of 138 to win for New Zealand.


Pakistan: Abdullah Shafique, Imam-ul-Haq, Shan Masood, Babar Azam (c), Saud Shakeel, Sarfaraz Ahmed (wk), Agha Salman, Hasan Ali, Naseem Shah, Mir Hamza, Abrar Ahmed

Kane Williamson, Henry Nicholls, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Blundell (wk), Michael Bracewell, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee (c), Matt Henry, and Ajaz Patel are New Zealanders.


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