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Treat Aamir with respect, says Sunil Gavaskar
ABP Live

Aamir could be denied visa

Mohammed Aamir could be denied a visa for Pakistan's tour to England this summer over his conviction for spot-fixing. Aamir was sentenced to six months in a young offenders' institute in 2011 after pleading guilty to corruption charges for his role in ... The Telegraph, 1 week ago
Treat Aamir with respect, says Sunny The Telegraph, 1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Viru puts his money on India

Virat Kohli presents a bat to Mohammed Aamir as Shahid Afridi looks on during a practice session at the Eden,on Friday, the eve of India's match against Pakistan. Picture by Gautam Bose New Delhi: He was part of many a memorable triumph against ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Captain Afridi shines as Pakistan begin with win  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Intikhab slams Afridi  Calcutta Telegraph4 weeks ago Win or bust for Pakistan  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Too early to judge Aamir, says Rohit

Rohit Sharma, on Tuesday, wondered why there was so much hype surrounding fast bowler Mohammed Aamir and said the youngster was not the only bowler in the Pakistan team. "Aamir is not the only bowler... there are other bowlers doing well for Pakistan," Rohit ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago Kohli has no issues with the return of Aamir  Deccan Herald2 months ago Aamir retains his place in the squad  The Telegraph2 months ago
ABP Live

The unpredictable ones

Mohammed Aamir The unpredictable tag appears to be synonymous with Pakistan, especially when it involves a big event. But given the disastrous way they have been performing in the game's shortest format, Pakistan seem to be pretty much ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago 2009 champions Pakistan: The unpredictable ones  ABP Live1 month ago
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Stats Pack: Kohli is Pakistan's nemesis again

India recovered from few early jolts, inflicted by a devastating spell from Mohammed Aamir, before notching up a five-wicket victory against arch-rivals Pakistan in the Asia Cup T20 tournament, in Mirpur, on Saturday. A collective effort from the Indians bowlers was backed brilliantly by the fielders as it became a 'no-contest' from the moment India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni opted to field on a pacer-friendly wicket. Rajneesh Gupta has some interesting numbers from the match. Check them out.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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The making of a terrorist. Except, Mohammed Aamir Khan isnt one

On 20 February 1998, Mohammed Aamir Khan was kidnapped from a dusty by-lane of Old Delhi and framed as a terrorist. Eighteen years later - on 20 February - Khan is readying to release a book on his 14-year struggle to prove his innocence. I am placing my ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
Anadolu Ajansi

Diplomatic tensions jeopardize Afghan peace prospects

By Aamir Latif KARACHI, Pakistan Renewed diplomatic tension between Pakistan and Afghanistan has thrown cold water on hopes for a speedy resumption of peace talks between Kabul and the Taliban. In an unusually strongly-worded statement on ...
 Anadolu Ajansi4 days ago

Aamir faces hurdles buying mom's ancestral home

JEDDAH: In a new record and highlighting its strategic place in world politics, Riyadh has hosted four major summits in the city over two days.The first gathering involved the Saudi and American governments, with Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques ...
 Arab News1 week ago
DNA India

Javed Akhtar revisits the magic of Manna Dey's voice and his unforgettable songs

Mukesh, Mohammed Rafi and Kishore Kumar have earned the lion's share of credit for being the three most dominant male playback singers from yesteryear Hindi cinema. While Mukesh was recognised as Raj Kapoor's voice, Rafi could sing for just about ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago

There are hundreds of Aamir Khan who were falsely implicated in terror cases: Harsh Mander

New Delhi: Noted activists and academics demanded that the government must formulate a rehabilitation policy for those who get honorably acquitted by courts in false terror cases. They also expressed deep concern over the selective justice being ...
 Siasat Daily3 weeks ago
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