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New zealand team but are unhappy with ICC ‘cruel’ rules

16 July 2019 - 08:39 AM


Devastated New Zealanders communicated pride operating at a profit Tops’ battling soul after destruction to Britain in the 2019 Global Cricket Committee (ICC) World Cup last, yet in addition bemusement at the dark decides that cost them the match.

The Dark Tops lost despite the fact that scores were tied toward the finish of both customary play and a too over shootout, with Britain’s prevalent limit check giving them triumph.

As Kiwi fans consumed a second in a row misfortune in the competition decider, Head administrator Jacinda Ardern was focusing on the positives.

“That was verifiable a staggering game. I think as a country we as a whole matured a year in that Very Finished,” she posted via web-based networking media.

“Congrats to Britain. What’s more, to the Dark Tops, I don’t feel anything however pride. What a group.”

In any case, her games priest Award Robertson scrutinized the tie-break technique.

“What an unprecedented game. Not certain Too Over is the correct end,” he tweeted.

“Whatever, NZ you can be in this way, so pleased with this group.”

Previous Dark Top Scott Styris marked overseeing body the ICC “a joke” over the principles yet praised the two groups on a shocking exertion.

Previous New Zealand chief Stephen Fleming’s single word response to the outcome was “barbarous”, while even the dad of Britain’s Kiwi-conceived coordinate champ Ben Stirs felt the Kiwis were hard done by.

Gerard Stirs, a previous New Zealand rugby group universal who accepting his child to Britain as a kid while he sought after his profession, said praises were even.

“It’s a disgrace there must be a failure,” he told the New Zealand Envoy.

“They could have shared the trophy however that doesn’t appear to be the means by which things are done nowadays.”

New Zealand had been denied by the fine print.

“Britain did not win the Cricket World Cup last and the Dark Tops did not lose it,” a publication said.

“Be that as it may, the competition needed to have a victor, by one way or another. Furthermore, at last, what was maybe the most emotional ODI ever played, was chosen by an inquisitive, disagreeable fine-print rule.”

It was a topic reverberated by Sam Flynn Scott from popular culture site The Spinofff’s cricket digital recording.

“Did we lose the game? It appears as though it was tied and afterward it was tied once more, at that point there was only some dumb guideline about who wins the World Cup,” he said.

“It ought to have been who took the most wickets (which would have given New Zealand triumph).”

Previous New Zealand bowler Daniel Vettori said it “feels lamentable” the last was settled on limits scored however the Dark Tops needed to acknowledge the guidelines.

He said the match likewise turned on a few key minutes, including a monstrosity handling diversion off Stirs’ bat that hustled to the limit and a botched chance for Trent Boult to get the Britain batsman on the limit.

“It will be associated with such huge numbers of little minutes and lamentably each one of those little minutes likely conflicted with New Zealand,” he told ESPN.

Martens hopes to fulfil Cruyff's World Cup dream

11 June 2019 - 09:48 AM

After starring in the Netherlands side that won Euro 2017, Lieke Martens has her sights set on this year’s World Cup as she dreams of winning a prize that always eluded her illustrious compatriot, Johan Cruyff.

The discreet 26-year-old might not say so herself, but she is one of the stars of the women’s game.

Quick and powerful, the forward was thrust into the public eye with her performances two years ago, as the Netherlands won the European Championship on home soil.

She wowed observers by pulling off a ‘Cruyff turn’, the skill made so famous by the great man himself in the 1970s, and scored in the 4-2 win over Denmark in the final.

Named player of the tournament, she then joined Barcelona from Rosengard. On the back of that, Martens — who has already won over 100 caps for her country — was named UEFA’s female player of the year for 2017, going on stage to collect her award alongside Cristiano Ronaldo.

She also won the FIFA Best Player prize for that same, memorable year. As she later admitted: “My life changed radically after the Euro.”

There are certain similarities with the late Cruyff in the way she plays, and there is also the Barcelona connection — Cruyff played for Barca before revolutionising the club in his time as coach at the Camp Nou.

“I have a lot of respect for Cruyff,” she said in a recent interview with AFP. “What he has done, he changed a lot. He changed things at Barca and he also changed a lot of things in Holland, it’s amazing what he has done for football,” added Martens, who is also studying a Masters in football business at the Johan Cruyff Institute.

NUST & LUMS Among Top 100 Universities in Asia

08 June 2019 - 08:44 AM

The Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings for 2019 have been announced. The annual rankings of the universities have been announced and it is added with top 500 universities in Asia in which there are 23 Pakistani universities. NUST & LUMS Among Top 100 Universities in Asia.
When these latest rankings have been announced, they are added with few number of Pakistani universities and this number has been increased from last year number of universities, which was 16 and now this number is 23. There are some new universities like International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI), University of Sindh, Lahore College for Women University, University of Central Punjab and University of Management and Technology. 
On the top of the Pakistani universities, there is National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), and it is at the 87th position in QS Asian University rankings 2019. In terms of world ranking, NUST is at the 41st position. 
The second Pakistani university, which is appeared in this list is Lahore University of Management, which has the rank of 95 in Asia and has the world wide ranking between 701-750. Quaid-e-Azam University has the rank of 109 in top Asian Universities with overall rank of 551-560.
No. University QS Asian University Rankings 2019
1 National University of Sciences And Technology (NUST) Islamabad 87
2 Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) 95
3 Quaid-i-Azam University 109
4 COMSATS Institute of Information Technology 135
5 Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) 146
6 University of Engineering & Technology (UET) 171
7 University of the Punjab 193
8 Aga Khan University 195
9 University of Karachi 251-260
10 University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 281-290
11 Bahria University Islamabad 351-400
12 GC University Lahore 351-400
13 Institute of Space Technology 351-400
14 International Islamic University (IIU) 351-400
15 NED University of Engineering and Technology 351-400
16 Mehran University of Engineering & Technology 401-450
17 The University of Lahore 401-450
18 University of Sargodha 401-450
19 University of Sindh 401-450
20 University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore 401-450
21 Lahore College for Women University 451-500
22 University of Central Punjab 451-500
23 University of Management and Technology 451-500

Brazil legend Ronaldo rates Messi over Portuguese Ronaldo

01 June 2019 - 08:20 AM

Ronaldo Nazario isn’t fond of Cristiano Ronaldo, and Lionel Messi fans are currently having a field day after the former revealed a list of five players he enjoys watching, excluding the Portuguese star.
Ronaldo, while giving an interview to Spanish newspaper AS, named Messi, Mo Salah, Eden Hazard, Neymar Jr and Kylian Mbappe in the list of players he likes watching.

PTI challenges Maryam Nawaz’s appointment as PML-N vice-president

09 May 2019 - 10:13 AM

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Thursday submitted an application to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) challenging Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s (PML-N) decision to appoint Maryam Nawaz Sharif as one of the party’s 16 vice-presidents

In a major reshuffle, Shehbaz Sharif restructured the party a day after abandoning chairmanship of parliament’s key accountability forum, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

As per the restructuring, former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi became PML-N’s senior vice president while former interior minister Ahsan Iqbal became the central general secretary.

For the first time, Maryam and Shehbaz’s son Hamza Shehbaz were appointed as vice presidents of the party. Other key positions were allocated to people regarded close to former premier Nawaz Sharif.