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jinxjack

jinxjack

Member Since 19 Nov 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 23 2014 07:32 AM
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Stupid FB Memes

11 March 2014 - 10:59 AM

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Why do people on FB share this?


Attack on Islamabad, day after Cease fire. 11 dead, 35 injured.

03 March 2014 - 06:12 AM

ISLAMABAD: At least 11 people including an additional session Judge Rafaqat Awan were killed on Monday when unidentified assailants opened fire and threw crackers in a court in the capital city’s F-8 area, DawnNews reported.

Due to continuous firing in the court, 11 people were dead and 20 injured.

Also, the lawyers fled from their chambers seeking shelter from bullets as fear and panic gripped the area.

According to police, two blasts took place inside the court premises, one near the chambers of a judge and the other outside an office of an official.

Officers at the scene in the city's F-8 sector told AFP the incident began when a defendant was brought before the court and his friends tried to break him free.

Another senior-ranking police official said that the incident could be a terror attack but nothing could be said with confirmation as yet.

The hearings of cases, scheduled for the day, were postponed.

Subsequently, police and special forces were deployed in the court and emergency had been declared in the hospitals. - DAWN

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This was the cease fire, or is this someone else? Trying to disrupt the peace talks? In any case a reply should be given.


PCB, CSA, SLC and BCB against proposals - Zaka Ashraf

28 January 2014 - 08:16 AM

 

In a late development on Monday night, three cricket boards wrote to the ICC asking that the discussions on the proposal referring to the restructuring of the ICC's administration and financial distribution model be deferred.

After Cricket South Africa called the proposed revamp "fundamentally flawed", this is the first official sign of disagreement about the nature of the document and the speed with which it is being pushed through by the three boards - the BCCI, Cricket Australia and the ECB - which are behind it. The three opposing boards are seeking more time to look through and internally discuss the radical changes being recommended in the "position paper".

 

A fourth member board while not using the word "delay" or "deferral" have formally asked for "further discussions" on the matter. - Cricinfo

 

So there is some opposition atleast....

 

CSA and PCB did this for sure, but who was the third? and the fourth?

 

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PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf has said that the boards of Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are in opposition to the revamp of administrative and financial structures of the ICC, at the governing body's executive board meeting that is currently on in Dubai. Before entering the meeting, Ashraf told Pakistan's ARY TV, that "Bangladesh, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka, we all have one stance. Let us see what we vote inside. We will stick to our stance."

 

Anth! GOOD JOB PCB!!!!!!


Has the operation against TTP started?

21 January 2014 - 06:34 AM

Fighter jets bomb militant hideouts in North Waziristan after Taliban attacks

 

PESHAWAR / DERA ISMAIL KHAN: Fighter jets bombed suspected Taliban hideouts in a tribal area on the Afghan border on Tuesday killing at least 15 people, military sources and residents said, after a wave of insurgent attacks against security forces.

It was the first time the air force has resorted to aerial strikes in the region since it struck a ceasefire agreement with local Taliban chiefs in 2007.

Residents of North Waziristan, a lawless mountainous region where many al Qaeda-linked militants are based, said there were numerous civilian casualties but the army was not immediately available to comment on the operation.

“Can you hear the noise of the gunships? They are just over our heads,” Haji Jamaludin, a local resident, told Reuters by telephone from the area. “Everyone in the village is running around with children and women looking for a safe place to hide.”

The air strikes took place as pressure grows on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to take tougher action against the Taliban following the attacks.

The Pakistani Taliban are fighting to topple the central government in Islamabad and impose strict Islamic rule in the nuclear armed South Asian nation. - Tribune

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If it has started, I say it's about damn time. Now don't stop until there is even a single person calling themselves TTP alive or fighting. Just be careful not to alienate more people by killing innocents....


I dont Like this "BCCI, CA and ECB, Big Three could control revamped ICC"

18 January 2014 - 08:44 AM

The ICC is to consider a comprehensive structural overhaul of world cricket administration that will effectively cede most executive decision-making to the BCCI, Cricket Australia and the ECB. A draft proposal on these lines will be presented to the ICC Executive Board during its quarterly meeting in Dubai on January 28 and 29.

The proposal, drafted by a "working group" of the ICC's Finance & Commercial Affairs (F&CA) committee - in which the BCCI, CA and ECB are key members - recommends wide-ranging changes in the ICC's revenue distribution model, administrative structures and the Future Tours Programme (FTP), questions the relevance of Test rankings and suggests the reinstatement of the Champions Trophy over the World Test Championship.

And almost every recommendation of the "position paper" gives a larger share of control over world cricket to the Australian, English and Indian cricket boards - both in the boardroom and on the field. It also gives them a larger share of revenues, in a ratio that is linked to the ICC's revenue growth.

The ICC says these radical proposals await response from and the approval of member boards. The document does, however, contain an April deadline for the formation of the ICC Business Co (IBC) - a newly formed business arm which will be set up to replace the existing IDI (ICC Development International) - in order to take over the task of issuing tenders for the ICC's next media rights and sponsorship cycle.  - http://www.espncrici...ory/710723.html

I really really don't like this, giving control to individual boards instead of a neutral entity is in my opinion bad for the balance of the game. Fist test championship and now this....will cricket loose it's charm?