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by Shaharyar M. Khan

eBook Cricket: A Bridge of Peace download ISBN: 0195978366
Author: Shaharyar M. Khan
Publisher: Oxford University Press (March 24, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 248
ePub: 1919 kb
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In his retirement, Shaharyar Khan has written a number of books ^ "Cricket – A Bridge of Peace" Archived 26 May 2011 at the Wayback Machine indiaclub.

In his retirement, Shaharyar Khan has written a number of books. The Begums of Bhopal is a history of the princely state of Bhopal. Cricket – a Bridge of Peace, about India-Pakistan relations, is his third book. "Cricket – A Bridge of Peace" Archived 26 May 2011 at the Wayback Machine indiaclub. Lecture by Ambassador Shaharyar M. Khan, UN special rep in Rwanda 1994-6 Archived 15 May 2011 at the Wayback Machine.

Cricket: A Bridge of Peace. This book is more than a cricketing journal. It is essentially about the impact of this ennobling sport on the minds of people. by. Shaharyar M. Khan. For the cricket enthusiast, the book provides an insight into the drama, on and off the field, that led to the Pakistan Cricket team's triumph in India and disaster in South Africa. Apart from purely cricketing analyses, the book covers issues suc This book is more than a cricketing journal

Shaharyar M. Khan (Author). This book is more than a cricketing journal

Shaharyar M. For the cricket enthusiast, the book provides an insight into the drama, on and off the field that led to the Pakistan Cricket team's triumph in India and disaster in South Africa. Apart from purely cricketing analyses, the book covers issues such as match fixing allegations, neutral umpiring, captaincy and coaching. The author has wandered down memory lane, especially in India, to record some personal impressions.

Cricket: A Bridge of Peace written by Shaharyar M. This book was written when the author was manager of the Pakistan cricket team during its tour of India in 1999 and the World Cup in South Africa in 2003. The author has focussed on the role of cricket as a bridge of peace within a tortured society, South Africa, and between hostile neighbours Pakistan and India. It also chronicles the matches on the two tours, drawing cricketing conclusions from Pakistan’s success in India and its failure at the World Cup. by Shaharyar M. Moving away from the often-used adage of India-Pakistan cricket as 'war minus the shooting', the book is replete with illustrations when momentous political decisions followed cricket tours

CRICKET: A Bridge of Peace. Moving away from the often-used adage of India-Pakistan cricket as 'war minus the shooting', the book is replete with illustrations when momentous political decisions followed cricket tours. An instance is the standing ovation the victorious Pakistan Team received at Chennai in 1999 that reflected public attitudes to India-Pakistan relations and contributed to the Lahore Declaration.

by Shaharyar M. Published March 22, 2005 by Oxford University Press, USA.

Shaharyar M. Khan has written two books, The Begums of Bhopals: A Dynasty of Women Rulers in Raj India and The Shallow Graves of Rwanda. Cricket a Bridge of Peace is his third book. Additional Information.

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This book is more than a cricketing journal. It is essentially about the impact of this ennobling sport on the minds of people. For the cricket enthusiast, the book provides an insight into the drama, on and off the field, that led to the Pakistan Cricket team's triumph in India and disaster in South Africa. Apart from purely cricketing analyses, the book covers issues such as match fixing allegations, neutral umpiring, captaincy and coaching.