Who Said That!

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“Women are the vic­tims of this pa­tri­ar­chal cul­ture, but they are also its car­ri­ers. Let us keep in mind that ev­ery op­pres­sive man was raised in the con­fines of his mother’s home.”

-Shirin Ebadi,

Ira­nian po­lit­i­cal ac­tivist

“Azhar’s ap­point­ment as Test cap­tain is okay but if the Board wanted to ap­point Babar as white-ball cap­tain, they should have first groomed him as I fear the bur­den of T20 cap­taincy will af­fect his bat­ting.”

- Javed Mian­dad, former Test crick­eter.

“If I can live life the way I want to, why can’t you do it ?”

– Wasim Akram, former Test crick­eter..

“I some­times feel that I have been born to at­tract con­tro­versy.”

- Amitabh Bachchan, In­dian ac­tor.

“Mak­ing money is a hap­pi­ness. And that’s a great in­cen­tive. Mak­ing other peo­ple happy is a su­per­hap­pi­ness.”

- Muham­mad Yunus, Bangladesh­i econ­o­mist.

“I have to say I like Obama a lot. His record is the best. He’s al­ways been vo­cal about his op­po­si­tion to the war in Iraq. Frankly, he seems very good in a lot of ways.” - Fa­tima Bhutto, au­thor.

“My fa­ther didn’t talk to me for 8 years be­cause of my work­ing in show­biz.”

- Maya Ali,

Pak­istani ac­tress.

“If I don’t feel con­fi­dent about my body, I’m not go­ing to sit at home and feel sorry for my­self and not do some­thing about it.”

-Kim Kar­dashian, Amer­i­can ac­tress.

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