Aussie cricket – on the way to being great again

It was a lovely competition between Australia and Pakistan with the most brilliant display by both teams. Played with great sportsmanship and leadership. We have been preparing for the test matches with special attention to fitness and cullinary expertise. As you know India now has very strong soccer teams, and the league games are showing … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

An election will be fought out this September and issues of importance should be discussed over the coming months. Do you consider personal and private revelations are important? Do you consider back stabbing and leadership challenges are the order of the day? Of course it would be helpful if either party could establish a leader … [Read the full story]

This is why the Poms are coming here

The family of a British al-Qaeda warlord killed in a CIA airstrike in Pakistan are suing the Government, saying it conspired in murder. Rashid Rauf, who grew up in Birmingham, masterminded the 7/7 bomb attacks in London in 2005 and plotted to blow up airliners over the Atlantic. He was killed in 2008 when a … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU (Sunday Round-Up)

What a week for Royals. After Prince Harry’s nude romp at the pool table, it was Kate’s nude pictures beside the pool in France. The result; Harry was sent to Afghanistan. So can we expect Kate to be sent to Tasmania? I expect the French will give a token slap on the wrist to the … [Read the full story]

Taliban celebrate the death of Diggers on Twitter

As the family and loved ones of Sapper James Martin prepare to farewell the Australian soldier, the Taliban has taken to Twitter to glorify a rogue Afghan accused of killing him and two other diggers in Afghanistan. The Taliban posted a photo of former Afghan army sergeant Hekmatullah on Twitter last week. It shows him … [Read the full story]

Bin Laden wanted to marry Whitney Houston

Osama bin Laden, former leader of the terrorist group al-Qaeda, was a huge admirer of Whitney Houston and had openly said that he wished to marry her, a former friend has claimed. Kola Boof, a poet and activist, reportedly lived with bin Laden for several months on a Moroccan estate in 1996, said that the … [Read the full story]

Ajmal will knock Poms off No 1 spot on his own

Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal was in mesmerising form on day one of the first Test against England in Dubai, taking career-best figures of 7-55. Pakistan dismissed England for 192 before their openers reached stumps at 0-42. Ajmal won five lbw decisions after England had won the toss and elected to bat at Dubai International Cricket … [Read the full story]

Former top Ozzie cop jailed 22 years

A disgraced former senior Australian policeman was jailed yesterday for 22 years for attempting to import a huge quantity of drugs into the country from Pakistan. Mark Standen, 54, was assistant director of the New South Wales (NSW) Crime Commission — with the investigation of drug trafficking one of his key responsibilities — when he … [Read the full story]

Former Pakistan military ruler repremands the US for Bin-bag Laden’s death

Pakistan’s former military ruler, Pervez Musharraf, has declared the death of Osama bin Laden as a positive step, however has reprimanded the US for launching aggressive military action within Pakistan. “American troops crossing the border of Afghanistan and putting in an action in Attabad violates the sovereignty of Pakistan. This is an extreme sensitivity,” Musharraf … [Read the full story]

Ding Dong, Osama’s dead!

The death of Osama Bin Laden was celebrated around the world as a victory for justice, but many people cautioned that it would not end terroist attacks or ease suffering of those who lost loved ones in bombings by al-Qaeda linked militants.   Spontaneous cebratory rallies broke out in New York City at Ground Zero, … [Read the full story]

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