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Win or lose today I am proud of the way my boys have played in the tournament. ---->>>

The team that is going to win is the one that does its homework the best by studying its opponents. ---->>>

Spirituality does two things for you. One, you are forced to become more selfless, two, you trust to providence. The opposite of a spiritual man is a materialist. If I was a materialist I would be making lots of money doing endorsements, doing cricket commentary. I have no interest in that.

Spirituality does two things for you. One, you are forced to become more selfless, two, you trust to providence. The opposite of a spiritual man is a materialist. If I was a materialist I would be making lots of money doing endorsements, doing cricket commentary. I have no interest in that.

Pakistan needs to have decentralisation and a good local government system.

Pakistan needs to have decentralisation and a good local government system.

A country that relies on aid? Death is better than that. It stops you from achieving your potential, just as colonialism did.

A country that relies on aid? Death is better than that. It stops you from achieving your potential, just as colonialism did.

I am called an Islamic fundamentalist by Rushdie. My critics in Pakistan say I am a Zionist agent. I must be doing something right. ---->>>

It's more important to try to do something for the crores of poor people of my country. ---->>>

Colonialism deprives you of your self-esteem and to get it back you have to fight to redress the balance. ---->>>

Cricket is a pressure game, and when it comes to an India-Pakistan match the pressure is doubled. ---->>>

If your house is burning, wouldn't you try and put out the fire? ---->>>

In Pakistan politics is hereditary.

In Pakistan politics is hereditary.

I believed in myself. I never imagined myself as just an ordinary player.

I believed in myself. I never imagined myself as just an ordinary player.

During my 21 years of playing cricket, I have never been approached by anyone or offered a bribe. ---->>>

But having set myself these goals, I had to work really hard to achieve them. ---->>>

The war on terror is the most insane and immoral war of all time. The Americans are doing what they did in Vietnam, bombing villages. But how can a civilised nation do this? How can you can eliminate suspects, their wives, their children, their families, their neighbours? How can you justify this? ---->>>

What I perceive, is above all justice, where everyone has the same law. ---->>>

One is actually the democracy here, you know, people are, people assume that this election means that there is democracy in Pakistan. There is no democracy. ---->>>

But I don't need to use politics as a way of making money.

But I don't need to use politics as a way of making money.

I have always believed that one should not be scared of losing, I think that really is the key. ---->>>

I want to have a president in the U.S. who tries to win the hearts and minds of the Muslim world. ---->>>

I did not lose this election, or had a bad result compared with what we might have got because of Islam. ---->>>

Personally I don't think solving corruption is such a big problem. ---->>>

At the moment we have a ruling class that has one law and the people the other. ---->>>

So for us any gain we had in election, one vote that we got, was a win. ---->>>

When I came into politics I always thought there was a possibility I would be killed. ---->>>

The team which handles the pressure best, carries the day. ---->>>

Just give it everything you've got and bowl as fast as possible. ---->>>

In most of Pakistan it is a feudal country. People are very scared and oppressed by authority. But when you move to these wilder areas, they are not so easily suppressed. ---->>>

I am basically a private person. ---->>>

You don't kill your way to peace. ---->>>

Terrorism is you winning hearts and minds of people. ---->>>

There can only be democracy when money is not allowed to be spent in Politics. ---->>>

And when the pressure was on us, the team handled it very well. One has to learn to play well under pressure. ---->>>

I have fruit trees. Cows for fresh milk, yoghurt. My own wheat. I'm basically self-sufficient. ---->>>

Because I'm anti-war, I've been called pro-Taliban. ---->>>

These so-called extremists in Pakistan should be brought into the mainstream; if you marginalize them, you radicalize them. ---->>>

I feel an independent accountability commission should audit all government services. ---->>>

I wanted to be an outstanding player, that was my ambition. ---->>>

In fact the experience at Oxford has really helped me later in life. ---->>>

The Westoxified Pakistanis have been selling their souls and killing their own people for a few million dollars. ---->>>

What most people didn't realize in the Western countries is that here its not a question of having supporters, its a question of getting these votes to the polling stations. ---->>>

But ultimately it comes down to how the team performs on the day. ---->>>

The future of Indo-Pak cricket will depend on how the peace process goes. ---->>>

They do not understand Islam, and I think that is one area where perhaps I hope one day I will play a role in actually making people understand what we perceive Islam to be. ---->>>

I don't know about whether I thought I would make it this big. ---->>>

People didn't wasn't the People's party to come in to power again, so they saw NS a viable alternative not us, because everyone knew we were not ready. ---->>>

If one area I felt it was a tough election was I couldn't see my young son and I couldn't see my wife a lot, but apart from that for her also it was an experience. ---->>>

Cross-cultural marriage is difficult, especially when one person has to live in another country. But I thought there was a very good chance of it working because people grow together if they have a common passion. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Pakistani
Born: 11-25, 1952
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Imran Khan Niazi (Urdu: عمران خان نیازی‎) is a Pakistani politician, former cricketer and philanthropist who leads the Pakistan Movement of Justice commonly known as PTI (Urdu: پاکستان تحريک انصاف) and serves as a member of the National Assembly. Prior to entering politics, Khan played international cricket for two decades in the late twentieth century (wikipedia)