On 3rd March 2017 the thing that iv been dreaming for all my life finally happened. I attended Guns N’ Roses concert. Axl and Slash finally set aside their differences and the #NotInThisLifetime tour kicked off with 99 shows all around the world. On their Asian tour Dubai was their last stop, so as soon as i saw that they are coming to Dubai i said to myself i had to see them. Here are some memories from one of the most memorable day of my life.
And also completed first year in Dubai on 31 Mar 🙂 (more…)
So the Cricket worldcup 2015 is upon us, the pinnacle of our obsessive cricketing fascinations, the once in a lifetime (if you are Australian you can add it twice or thrice… or if you are that old fourice) sporting accomplishment where if your team wins your heart goes merry go round for four years.
Which brings us to my team Pakistan, The Green shirts, the cornered tigers, the most un-predictable side in any tournament. One which on its day can pulverize the strongest sides like Walter White on Red Bull and when its having a bad day can make Bangladesh team look like Tiger Woods of cricket. Winners of 1992, the magic of Imran and that team which nourished an entire generation of cricketing enthusiasts across the nation. The current team led by Misbah-ul-Haq that has been sent to Australia carries the hopes and dreams of 180 million people on their shoulders, they are considered to be the best combination available and are chosen from the best of the best. (more…)
For cricket The 90’s is described as the decade in which the reign of West Indies as the cricket power house ended. Among the teams that emerged as strong performers Australia and Pakistan come at top of the list. But if we look closely at the overall performance and swagger the decade can truly be called as the decade of Pakistan. This was the decade that brought Pakistan its first world cup win, established Pakistan as a Fast bowling powerhouse and saw some of the most remarkable innings played by its batsmen. As a kid growing up in the 90’s nothing gave me more pleasure then seeing Wasim Akram’s unplayable deliveries making the batsmen dance Waqar Younis’s in swinging Yorkers rattling the stumps or Shoaib Akhtar terrorizing the batsmen with his devilish speed. And all those great fast ballers credited street cricket in developing them at the early age especially in the creation of the art of reverse swing. (more…)