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Since the dawn of athletic competition during the original Olympic Games in Ancient Greece, athletes, as well as their coaches and trainers, have been finding innovative ways to gain an edge on their competition. Some of those performance-enhancement methods have been within the accepted rules while other methods skirt the gray area between being within the rules and not, while still other methods break the established rules. In modern times, doping - the use of performance-enhancing drugs - has been one method athletes and their trainers have used to beat their competition. The history of sports doping during the modern era can be traced through the events and scandals of the times in which the athletes lived. From the use of … and other stimulants in the early 20th century, to the use of testosterone and steroids by both the USSR and the United States during Cold War-era Olympics games, to blood doping and EPO, to designer drugs, the history of doping in sports closely follows the medical and technological advances of our times. In the early 21st century, the possibility of genetically engineered athletes looms. The story of doping in sports over the last century offers clues to where the battle over performance enhancement will be fought in the years to come.
Zanghara South Waziristan. August 5, 2009: In a carefully orchestrated midnight attack US drones zeroed in and … the dreaded leader of the infamous Tehreek-e-Taliban as he lay with his wife on his father-in-law's terrace. A riveting, highly-informed conspiracy novel set in Afghanistan, Pakistan and the US, The Eye of the Predator is an arresting account of an unlikely group of men who slept with the enemy in a desperate bid to fight the monster of Pakistan. The question is who tipped off the CIA? Baitullah Mehsud the dreaded leader of the Pakistani Taliban had grown too big for his boots. His delusions of grandeur, his manic dreams of ruling all of Pakistan and his brazen and bloody …ist acts were making many people uneasy. The US, the ISI, the Karzai Government, the Government of Pakistan and various splinter groups of the Taliban – all of whom had at one time or the other partnered with him – now wanted him dead.
The Wisden Book of Test Cricket, first published in 1979, is well established as an invaluable and unique source of reference essential to any cricket library. This new volume includes full scorecards and match reports from 1877 to 1977. Originally edited by Bill Frindall, this new volume brings collectors' libraries up to date, ensuring they have a complete and accurate record - essential for any truly self-respecting cricket enthusiast.
10.05.2010 by admin ... Pakistan captain Shoaib Malik said the Twenty20 World Cup final defeat was now “history” and it would have no bearing on the outcome of the series. Fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar and MohammedAsif have been recalled for the tour.
17.10.2011 [Evening Standard] - Had he known that Mazhar Majeed and fast bowler Mohammed Amir were involved in a criminal conspiracy at Lord's in August last year he would have had no part in it, Southwark crown court was told. Butt and MohammedAsif, 29, deny conspiracy to cheat and
10.10.2011 [Your Local Guardian] - Mazhar Majeed, 36, who also works as a sports agent, is embroiled in the trial of Pakistani fast-bowler MohammedAsif and former captain Salman Butt. The pair is alleged to have fixed parts of a test match between Pakistan and England at Lord's Cricket
06.10.2011 [The Independent] - The Agriculture Minister, MohammedAsif Rahimi, told the BBC that help would be needed for six months. "Lower harvests due to drought, and rising food prices worldwide, have created an emergency for Afghans in the north," he said.
06.10.2011 [Morning Star Online] - Majeed allegedly told the journalist he had seven Pakistan cricketers working for him - Butt, fast bowlers MohammedAsif, Mohammed Amir and Wahab Riaz, wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal and batsmen Umar Akmal and Imran Farhat. Prosecutor Aftab Jafferjee QC
MohammedAsif Iqbal Sr. Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers Pwc, Iqbal once tried hard for acceptance, for his teachers at his Bhagalpur primary school to understand that he couldn't read clearly what they wrote on the blackboard.