Cricket racism allegations: Ex-player Zoheb Sharif says he was nicknamed 'the bomber' and told he would never play in the first team
Former Essex cricketer Zoheb Sharif says racist and Islamophobic abuse he suffered at the club has caused two decades of hurt. Speaking to Sky News, the batter said he was nicknamed "the bomber" throughout his time at the county. The 38-year-old added: "I made my debut a day after the September 11th attacks and as soon as I joined the team I was called 'bomber' as a nickname which stuck.
Islamabad [Pakistan], November 9 (ANI): Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President and Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif said that Imran Khan-led government should tell about what agreement it has executed with proscribed Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), local media reported.
A British-Pakistani model who was just hours away from losing her nose due to a botched filler is now warning others against plastic surgery. Because the filler had stopped the blood supply, Aneesa Sharif Saddique’s nose went black and oozed pus after being deprived of oxygen.
WATCH - India complete 86-run chase in 6.3 overs WATCH - Rahul caught in the deep WATCH - Rahul completes a glorious half-century WATCH - Rare joy! Wheal's accurate yorker sends Rohit back WATCH - Rahul's glorious pull shot feasts the eye WATCH - Rohit wallops Sharif for a six over midwicket
WATCH - India up to third place WATCH - India complete 86-run chase in 6.3 overs WATCH - Rahul caught in the deep WATCH - Rahul completes a glorious half-century WATCH - Rare joy! Wheal's accurate yorker sends Rohit back WATCH - Rahul's glorious pull shot feasts the eye
Martin Guptill nearly collapsed with exhaustion during his innings of 93 off 56 balls against Scotland and admitted that he felt "pretty cooked" after battling for 92 minutes in the heat and humidity of Dubai International Stadium. New Zealand's eventual 16-run win was the first of three afternoon games that they are due to play in the space of five days and Guptill visibly struggled throughout the second half of his innings.
Scotland’s slim hopes of reaching the T20 World Cup semi-finals were ended as Martin Guptill’s superb 93 off 56 balls kept New Zealand’s own bid for a place in the knockout stages alive in Dubai. Scorecard New Zealand 172/5 (Guptill 93, Phillips 33; Sharif 2/28, Wheal 2/40)
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Watch: Najibullah Zadran hit an outrageous 103-metre hit during his knock of 59 against Scotland. Afghanistan’s batters hit 11 sixes against Scotland, three of which came from the willow of Najibullah Zadran. But the enterprising batter went all in during Scotland pacer Safyaan Sharif’s final over.
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Almost a kilo of gold stuffed up the rectum of Indian man Mohammad Sharif was his foil when police at Imphal Airport noticed his 'suspicious movement' and looked into the situation A man was arrested after trying to smuggle almost a kilo of gold up his bum. Mohammad Sharif was "moving suspiciously" when cops at Imphal Airport, southern India decided to give him a check-up.
Owner Sharif was presented with the well-deserved ‘Local Community Hero’ award at the House of Lords for donating 15,000 free meals to key workers and the vulnerable The owner of a family-owned restaurant in Essex was praised and given the ‘Local Community Hero’ award after giving away 15,000 free meals to key workers and the vulnerable.
In 2020 Singapore was hit by a series of coronavirus outbreaks, centred around dormitories where thousands of migrant workers live. Cases have dropped significantly, but most of the men are still not permitted to leave except to go to work. It is one of the longest periods of Covid confinement faced by anyone anywhere in the world.
A British man who fled Afghanistan as a child is in hiding in the country having returned to save his family from the Taliban. Sharif, whose name has been changed for his own safety and who is in his 30s, was born in Afghanistan but left the country as a teenager and now lives in the Yorkshire area.
Sharif fled Afghanistan as a child but returned to save his family A man who fled Afghanistan as a child is in hiding in the country having returned to save his family from the Taliban. Sharif, whose name has been changed for his own safety and who is in his 30s, was born in Afghanistan but left the country as a teenager and now lives in the Yorkshire area.
First Twenty20 international. The Grange, Edinburgh Scotland 141-6 (20 overs): Berrington 82* Zimbabwe 134-9 (20 overs): Shumba 45*, Sharif 4-24 Scotland won by seven runs Scorecard Richie Berrington made a fantastic 82 not out as Scotland beat Zimbabwe by seven runs in the first of three Twenty20 internationals in Edinburgh.
Scotland are 1-0 up in the three-match T20I series after sealing a thrilling seven-run win over Zimbabwe. Richie Berrington shone with the bat with a brisk 82* while Safyaan Sharif starred with the ball for Scotland with sensational figures of 4/24. Chasing 142, Zimbabwe lost their first wicket on the first ball of their innings, as Wesley Madhevere was caught behind off Sharif for a golden duck.
The tragic death of a baby a year ago today is not an isolated incident – since 1999, more than 300 deaths have been documented at the French border This week, 5 September marks exactly one year since the death of Aleksandra Hazhar, a baby born prematurely following a police intervention on a beach in Calais.
Mio Amico opens from 5am seven days a week and is the only Italian on Coventry Road A new halal Italian restaurant with outdoor dining has opened in the heart of Birmingham's bustling Coventry Road. Mio Amico in Small Heath is the only Italian on the long road dominated by takeaways and restaurants and is being run by 21-year-old entrepreneur Towfiq Sharif, who with the help of his family worked on his new enterprise through lockdown before opening it this week.
It's a dire situation in Afghanistan, and Mohammad Sharif says it's only getting worse. His family is searching for a way out. Now, the Taliban have given a letter given to the family's neighbors. Sharif tells me it says if the Taliban find his family, they will be killed.