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Pakistan Taliban Rallies Support For Cricket Captain
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The TTP spokesman also warned the media to stop praising Indian cricket hero Sachin Tendulkar, who retired on November 16 after a glittering 24-year career. On November 28, Shahid confirmed the authenticity of the video to the AFP news agency by 
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Pakistan Taliban Rallies Support For Cricket Captain
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The TTP spokesman also warned the media to stop praising Indian cricket hero Sachin Tendulkar, who retired on November 16 after a glittering 24-year career. On November 28, Shahid confirmed the authenticity of the video to the AFP news agency by 
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The Taliban do love cricket and Pakistan!Economic Times
Playing cricket gave me satisfaction which cannot be compared with anything Indian Express
NDTVSports.com –UNICEF (press release) –NDTV
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