Shoaib Malik Shares Heart-Warming Photo Of Son Izhaan And Wife Sania Mirza


Shoaib Malik on Thursday took to Twitter to upload an adorable photo of son Izhaan along with Sania Mirza and family on his wife’s 32nd birthday. He captioned the photo, “Celebrations! My son turns 16 days old on the same day my wife turned 16 years young, and my mother in law too. Life set hey.” The post received more than six thousand likes within hours of being uploaded. The couple, who got married on April 12, 2010, was blessed with a baby boy on October 30. Soon after the announcement of their baby, Malik had taken to Twitter to reveal their baby’s name.


Charmed by the cuteness of the photo, fans flooded Malik’s comment section, wishing Sania Mirza on her birthday and adoring the family picture.

Sania Mirza too uploaded a photo on Twitter and thanked everybody for their warm wishes on her birthday.

Earlier this month, Malik had announced that he will not be a part of the T10 League. The Pakistan cricketer was set to play for the Punjab Legends in the second season of the T10 League but he said that he wants to be with his wife, Sania Mirza, and son, Izhaan Mirza-Malik, “more than anything else”.

The former doubles World No.1, Sania has been on the sidelines since October 2017 and had said that she was aiming to be back on the court for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Sania further added that she would like to set an example for her child that nor pregnancy, motherhood, and parenthood should not be something that holds one back from your dreams.

Sania is a winner of six Grand Slam doubles titles, including the 2015 Wimbledon ladies’ doubles with Martina Hingis.

The Indian tennis star, in 2005, became the first Indian to win a WTA tournament singles title.





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Shoaib Malik Chooses Wife Sania And Newborn Izhaan Over T10 League


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Shoaib Malik Posts Emotional Message After Pulling Out Of T10 League


Shoaib Malik will not be a part of the T10 League, the Pakistan cricketer announced via an emotional post on his official Twitter handle on Monday night. Shoaib Malik was set to play for the Punjab Legends in the second season of the T10 League but he said that he wants to be with his wife, Sania Miza, and son, Izhaan Mirza-Malik, “more than anything else”. Shoaib Malik and Indian tennis star Sania Mirza, who got married on April 12, 2010, became parents of a baby boy on October 29.

Shoaib Malik had taken to Twitter to announce that Sania Mirza and him had named their son, Izhaan Mirza-Malik.

However, Shoaib Malik, who is a key member of the Pakistan cricket team, had to return to national duty with his side hosting New Zealand in a two-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series.

Following the T20I series, Pakistan and New Zealand clashed in a three-match ODI series, which ended on Sunday.

The two teams will also face other in a three-match Test series but Shoaib Malik is not part of the Pakistan squad.

The first Test will take place from 16 November in Abu Dhabi, with the second in Dubai from 24 November. The teams will move to Abu Dhabi, again, for the third Test, which starts on December 3.

The second edition of the T10 cricket league will be held at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from November 21 to December 2.

The league will have eight teams compared to six last year — Kerala Kings, Punjab Legends, Maratha Arabians, Bengal Tigers, The Karachians, Rajputs, Northern Warriors and Pakhtoons.





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Shoaib Malik Gets Dismissed In Unlucky Manner. Watch Video


Fakhar Zaman and Shaheen Afridi helped Pakistan register a six-wicket victory against New Zealand to level the three-match ODI series 1-1. While Pakistan’s victory was overshadowed by Imam-ul-Haq’s injury scare, Shoaib Malik’s bizarre dismissal in the match grabbed eyeballs too. The incident took place in the 33rd over of the Pakistan’s innings. Lockie Ferguson bowled a short delivery. which Malik pulled with great force. However, the ball hit Nicholls at short leg and ricocheted up in the air, only for Ish Sodhi to run in from mid-wicket and complete an easy catch.

Even though Malik was dismissed, he made sure to check up on Nicholls before walking off the field. Nicholls, on the other hand, was quick to brush off the injury and stand on his feet.

On the match front, Zaman (88 off 88 balls) stitched together a 101-run partnership with Babar Azam (53 off 49 balls) to help Pakistan overhaul the target in 40.3 overs and end their 12-match losing streak against New Zealand in ODIs.

Shaheen Afridi, adjudged player of the match, returned with figures of 4/38 in 9 overs, including one maiden.

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed lauded his team’s all-round performance.

“It was a complete team performance. We were hoping for a comeback and we did that, indeed. We were trying to use the new ball. Shaheen Afridi is good with that. The way we batted tonight, it was great. Babar played the bouncer well. It was a superb display of batting,” Sarfraz said.

“Our bowlers did well to contain the batsmen earlier. Spinners did a good job in the middle overs and then the pacers took wickets. We’ll try to play good cricket and win the final game,” Sarfraz further added.

The series decider is slated to be played at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on November 11.



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Sania Mirza And Baby Izhaan Watch Shoaib Malik Play For Pakistan


Sania Mirza and husband Shoaib Malik were recently blessed with a baby boy. Veteran Pakistan batsman Shoaib Malik took to Twitter to announce that they have named the boy, Izhaan Mirza-Malik. However, Shoaib Malik, who is a key member of his national team, had to return to duty with Pakistan hosting New Zealand in a two-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series. On Saturday, Sania Mirza took to Twitter to post a series of pictures of her spending some adorable time with her new born baby and while also watching Shoaib Malik don the green of Pakistan.

In the first picture, Izhaan, who is hardly a week old can be seen looking at the television to watch his “baba” Shoaib Malik bat.

Sania thanked everyone who wished her and Shoaib and spoke about the “overwhelming feeling” of being a mother.

Sania and Shoaib were blessed with the baby boy on October 30, with the Pakistan cricketer announcing the same on Twitter. The couple, who got married on April 12, 2010, had confirmed the pregnancy news on April 23.

The 31-year-old tennis star had earlier said that the child would bear surnames of both of them.

There was good news for Shoaib on the professional front with Pakistan living up to their billing as the world’s best Twenty20 team with a six-wicket victory over New Zealand in Dubai on Friday, clinching the two-match series 2-0.

Mohammad Hafeez (34 not out) and Shoaib Malik (10) added 34 quickfire runs to help Pakistan overhaul the 154-run target in 19.4 overs at Dubai stadium, winning their 11th consecutive series and eighth successive T20I match.





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Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik


Satya Pal Malik said the twin evils of corruption and nepotism are at their peak in Jammu and Kashmir

Patna: 

Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Thursday alleged that assistance provided by the Centre was never utilised optimally by successive governments in the state, where corruption and nepotism were “at their peak”.

Addressing a lecture at Patna University, he also asserted that “Pakistan has no role to play in Kashmir” and made it clear that there shall be no talks with those who intend to make the neighbouring country a party — an oblique reference to separatist groups.

“The Centre has been generously doling out funds for the development of Jammu and Kashmir, which is essential to bring about peace in the state. But those at the helm of affairs in the state have never been up to the mark. The twin evils of corruption and nepotism are at their peak in Jammu and Kashmir,” Mr Malik said.

He was earlier the Governor of Bihar before taking up the gubernatorial assignment in the restive northern state.

“Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India. Pakistan has no role to play in any problem that concerns the state. And, we cannot deal with anybody who seeks to make Pakistan a party in matters relating to Jammu and Kashmir,” Mr Malik said.

He also admitted that he was anxious when offered to be the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir amid political turmoil, which followed Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s resignation and imposition of Governor’s Rule.

“But it took me little time to realise that it was a challenge worth accepting and enjoying,” Mr Malik added.





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Sania Mirza, Shoaib Malik Name Baby Boy Izhaan Mirza Malik


Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistan cricketer husband Shoaib Malik named their baby boy Izhaan Mirza Malik, the Pakistan cricketer revealed on Twitter. Earlier in the day, Malik had announced the news of the birth of their baby boy. “Excited to announce: Its a boy, and my girl is doing great and keeping strong as usual #Alhumdulilah. Thank you for the wishes and Duas, we are humbled #BabyMirzaMalik”, he captioned. The couple, who got married on April 12, 2010, had confirmed the pregnancy news on April 23. The 31-year-old tennis star had earlier said that the child would bear surnames of both of them.

The former doubles World No.1, Sania has been on the sidelines since October 2017 and had said that she was aiming to be back on court for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Reiterating her point, Sania said that she would like to set an example for her child that nor pregnancy, motherhood and parenthood should not be something that holds one back from your dreams.

Sania is a winner of six Grand Slam doubles titles, including the 2015 Wimbledon ladies’ doubles with Martina Hingis.

Global superstar Serena Williams had won the 2017 Australian Open when she was few weeks pregnant with her daughter Alexis Olympia and returned to the WTA Tour in March 2018.

Former world number one and Belgian star Kim Clijsters had come out of retirement in 2008, one year after giving birth to her daughter.

Sania, in 2005, became the first Indian to win a WTA tournament singles title. She reached the fourth round of the US Open in the same year, and by 2007 was among the women’s top 30.

But a wrist injury ended her singles dream and she focused on doubles tennis. A partnership with Swiss great Martina Hingis produced three Grand Slam titles.





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Sania Mirza Shoaib Malik Blessed With Boy Baby Mirza Malik


खास बातें

  1. बेटे की मां बनीं सानिया मिर्जा
  2. शोएब मलिक ने दी पिता बनने की खुशखबरी
  3. मां और बेटे दोनों स्वस्थ: शोएब मलिक

नई दिल्ली: भारतीय टेनिस स्‍टार सानिया मिर्जा (Sania Mirza) और पाकिस्तानी क्रिकेटर शोएब मलिक के घर बेटे का जन्म हुआ है. बेबी मिर्जा मलिक (Baby Mirza Malik) के जन्म के साथ ही सोशल मीडिया पर बधाइयों की भरमार लग गई है. शोएब मलिक ने मंगलवार सुबह बेटे के जन्म होने की जानकारी दी है. उन्होंने ट्वीट में कहा कि मां और बेटा दोनों स्वस्थ हैं. सानिया मिर्जा ने अपनी प्रेग्नेंसी की खबर सोशल मीडिया पर जब शेयर की थी, तभी उन्होंने #babymirzamalik हैशटैग इस्तेमाल किया था. उन्होंने बताया था कि उनके बच्चे का सरनेम ‘मिर्जा मलिक’ होगा.

Video: टाइगर श्रॉफ की बहन कृष्णा का ये अंदाज देख रह जाएंगे Shocked, जीती हैं ऐसी रफ-टफ लाइफ


सानिया मिर्जा की मां बनने की खबर बेहद ही अनोखे अंदाज में उनकी बहन अनम मिर्जा ने सोशल मीडिया पर शेयर की. उन्होंने जानकारी दी कि वह खाला बन गई हैं. भांजे का जन्म 30 अक्टूबर, 2018 को हुआ है.  

प्रियंका चोपड़ा के Bridal Shower की तस्वीरें वायरल, खूब जमी सास-बहू की जोड़ी

 

 

 

 

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टीवी एक्ट्रेस श्वेता साल्वे को शराब और सिगरेट पीने पर ट्रोलर्स ने बताया ‘Bad Mom’, यूं करा दी बोलती बंद

टिप्पणियां


फिल्ममेकर फराह खान टेनिस स्टार सानिया की काफी करीबी दोस्त हैं. उन्होंने दो पोस्ट जारी कर सानिया को बधाई दी है.

 

 

 

 

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गौरतलब है कि सानिया मिर्जा ने साल 2010 में पाकिस्तानी खिलाड़ी शोएब मलिक से निकाह किया था. एक पाकिस्तानी के साथ शादी करने के बाद से कई लोग उन पर निशाना साध चुके हैं. शोएब के साथ शादी करने की वजह से सान‍िया को काफी आलोचनाओं का सामना भी करना पड़ा था. हालांकि, उन्‍होंने कभी लोगों की परवाह नहीं की. दोनों अपनी शादीशुदा जिंदगी में बेहद खुश हैं और अक्सर सबके सामने अपने प्‍यार का इजहार भी करते रहते हैं.

…और भी हैं बॉलीवुड से जुड़ी ढेरों ख़बरें…  





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Sania Mirza, Shoaib Malik Blessed With A Baby Boy


Sania Mirza, Shoaib Malik welcome their baby boy.

New Delhi: 

Tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik are blessed with a  baby boy. The “excited” father confirmed the news on Twitter.

“Excited to announce: It’s a boy, and my girl is doing great and keeping strong as usual #Alhumdulilah. Thank you for the wishes and Duas, we are humbled. #BabyMirzaMalik,” he wrote.

Filmmaker Farah Khan was among the first ones to break the news on Instagram. She wrote, “Finally!! Best news in a long time!! Congratulations @[email protected] @[email protected] n of course the nani n daadi God bless our lil angel”

Shoaib Malik’s manager and agent, Ameem Haq, also tweeted the good news, saying that the Pakistani cricketer is over the moon.

#BabyMirzaMalik boy is here! Baby and mother are all smiles, the dad is over the moon.

Sania, who has put her career on hold to welcome her first child, is aiming to be back on the court for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.





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Honda Felicitates Deepa Malik For Her Achievements At Asian Para Games 2018


Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has supported Deepa Malik during the Asian Para Games by sponsoring her essential expenses at the event.




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Deepa Malik with Harbhajan Singh, Director, General and Corporate Affairs, HMSI

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) Private Limited has felicitated Padma Shri Award winner and the first India woman ever to win at the Paralympic Games, Deepa Malik for her achievements at the Asian Para Games 2018 held in Jakarta. Malik has won medals for three consecutive years in the Asian Para Games. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has supported Deepa Malik during the Asian Para Games by sponsoring her essential expenses like training material, including new wheel chair, physiotherapist and nutritionist fees and coaching, which helped her in clinching medals at the event.

Being a Paralympic athlete comes with a lot of challenges and I thank Honda for supporting me in my journey to make India proud on international level. It has been a soul satisfying journey for me at the event and coming home with two medals. Personally too, Honda has been a part of my life. My specially modified Navi has given wings to fly making me feel more empowered. I now look forward to winning more laurels for India with Honda’s support and spreading awareness on disability sensitisation in our country,” said Deepa Malik.

Malik was felicitated at a special honorary event in the presence of Harbhajan Singh, Director, General & Corporate Affairs at Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India, and founders of the NGO “Wheeling Happiness”.

On the occasion, Harbhajan Singh, said, “As a responsible corporate citizen, Honda has extended its support to various fields. This time, Honda went a step ahead to support the nation’s pride Deepa Malik who is a source of inspiration to all Indians, especially for women. Deepa with her challenging spirit, proves that physical disability cannot impair one’s determination. Honda feels proud to support India’s idol in her flight for glory. Honda believes in uplifting and cultivating young talent to develop more champions who would go on to make India proud.”

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Deepa Malik is the first Indian woman who won the silver medal in the shot put event at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games and was honoured with the Arjuna Award in 2012. She was also conferred the prestigious Padma Shri award in 2017. She has won 58 national and 18 International medals across all disciplines till date and is also a motivational speaker.

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