Pre – IND vs. PAK: The Heat and the Flames


What other would be better description of Dono Taraf hai Aag Brabar Lagi Howi then an India-Pakistan cricket match? In few next hours, there is going to be battle on the cricket field not just a match.

India and Pakistan separated as two independent nations from year 1947. Still it has some connections with uninterrupted metal ribbons, sand paths, and airways. No matter how many peace treaties we signed, cricket between Pakistan and India always remains a war. A war that must be won.

This year, it is for the very time Pakistan is playing India in world cup semi final. Fingers are crossed and heartbeats are high on both sides of the division line.  March 30, 2011 is a big day not just for India and Pakistan but for international cricket as well.

No one but Almighty knows what the day will bring for both countries and for cricket. However, whatever it will bring, I hope it come with peace, harmony, and love.

I wish all the very best my team.

Green Shirts Zindabad, Pakistan Pa’aindabad.

 

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About wasiddiqui

Wajeeha Asrar Siddiqui is a Karachi based freelance writer and blogger and has main aim to spread awareness via Wajeeha’s Official Blog. (http:wasiddiqui.com) Wajeeha is writing on her blog since 2008. Her aim is to promote education along with awareness in Pakistani society. According to her, one of the main reasons for what Pakistan is lacking behind is lack of proper education, proper counseling, and proper implementation of education. She mostly picked topics on social issues and daily life with a little mixture of some random thoughts.

Posted on March 30, 2011, in Rise Pakistan, View Point and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. we lost the match but it does not matter because the team that was better won the match. it is wrong that people take cricket so seriously. it seems fun to be that passionate but it is also negative when people take it as a war.

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