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first_imgThe sudden demise of boxing legend Muhammad Ali has left the world shocked, sad and heartbroken.74 years of age, Ali had reportedly been suffering from Parkinson’s disease for several years and was admitted to the hospital on the pretext of respiratory problems earlier this week before he passed away on Friday night.Also Read: Muhammad Ali: The boxing legend’s greatest quotes While wishes hailing the genius of the boxing champion continue to pour in from around the world, a string of Indian television celebrities too, expressed their grief over Ali’s demise.Also Read: Muhammad Ali dies: Manny Pacquiao, Mike Tyson lead tributes  Where Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain actress, Saumya Tandon wrote, “RIP ‘The Greatest’ #MuhammadAli you made a special place in the world. I am sure you will be somewhere special laughing Nd punching smiles”–Colors TV’s Raj Nayak tweeted, “Catch me if you can..He floats like a butterfly & stings like a bee.. RIP.” RIP ‘The Greatest’ #MuhammadAli you made a special place in the world. I am sure you will be somewhere special laughing Nd punching smiles. Saumya Tandon (@saumyatandon) June 4, 2016 Here are some other television celebrities who mourned the legend’s death.Ali AsgarReal Champion no more ..RIP ??????Mohamed Ali ??..! pic.twitter.com/jikPTp3EdP Ali Asgar (@kingaliasgar) June 4, 2016 Manish PaulThe man who inspired thousands…the man with courage…the man who showed wat never giving up? https://t.co/qDowVUIUaU Manish Paul (@ManishPaul03) June 4, 2016 Raj NayakCatch me if you can .. He floats like a butterfly & stings like a bee.. RIP #MohammedAli #BoxingLegend https://t.co/jrsPzk28Chadvertisement Raj Nayak (@rajcheerfull) June 4, 2016 Gautam RodeRIP #muhammadali u inspired all of us .. God bless ur soul Gautam Rode (@gautam_rode) June 4, 2016 Amit Sadh#RIP The Greatest, #MuhammadAli Amit Sadh (@TheAmitSadh) June 4, 2016last_img read more

first_imgFormer cricket coach Javed Miandad has called on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to drop under performing players from the ODI side for future contests.Slamming national selectors for their lack of vision, the 59-year-old urged that the former should clearly observe those batsmen who keep on playing excessive dot balls and are proving to be a burden on the team in the ongoing Champions Trophy in England and Wales.”The selectors lack vision, they should notice these below par performances and should get rid of those players who are proving a burden on the team,” the Dawn quoted Miandad, as saying.Miandad’s comments came after opener Azhar Ali (9 runs off 22 balls) and Mohammad Hafeez (26 off 53) performed below par in their side’s group match against South Africa, which Pakistan went on to win by 19 runs in Birmingham on Wednesday.The former Pakistan skipper further said that there is an immediate need to improve their game at the domestic level in order to raise their standard at the international arena.”In order to compete with international teams, we need to improve our domestic cricket. In some cricket-playing countries, the standard of domestic competition is greater than international cricket which is the reason they have plentiful of talented players emerging from their domestic circuit,” he said.Talking about Pakistan must-win third Champions Trophy group clash against Sri Lanka in Cardiff on June 12, Miandad said that the his national side need to showcase some out-of-the-box winning performance to excel in the elite eight-team tournament.advertisementlast_img read more