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Pakistan's Shoaib Malik, right, plays a shot during the one day international cricket match of Asia Cup between Pakistan and Bangladesh in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

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Pakistan's captain Sarfraz Ahmed, right, and Shoaib Malik run between the wickets during the one day international cricket match of Asia Cup between India and Pakistan in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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Pakistan's Shoaib Malik, left, watches the ball after hitting a six during the one day international cricket match of Asia Cup between India and Pakistan in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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Pakistan's Shoaib Malik bats during the one day international cricket match of Asia Cup between India and Pakistan in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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The shrine of Al-Masjid an-Nabawi in Medina hosts pilgrims from all over the world seeking the Almighty’s blessings. Recent visitors included cricketer Shoaib Malik and his wife, Sania Mirza, who is expecting. She said she cherishes her life’s ‘new phase’, and promised not to forsake tennis.

"The proposal after 'the proposal'" is what Sania Mirza called this Twitter photo of hers with her husband, Pakistani cricketer, Shoaib Malik.

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Asia Cup, Colombo, 2004 Sachin drives a ball Malik delivers

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Tennis Star Sania Mirza, left, poses for media with her husband Pakistani Test cricketer Shoaib Malik during her visit to the Qaddafi stadium in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Pakistan's batsman Kamran Akmal, second left, hugs teammate Shoaib Malik after their win in a warm-up match against India ahead of the ICC Twenty20 Cricket World Cup in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The tournament starts on September 18.

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Lachka Machka? This Is No Stock Ball Is there a more reliable gauge of the chemistry in a relationship than coordinated evening wear? Probably.... it’s rhetorical. Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik’s marriage looks anything but. Their first TV appearance—on Raveena Tandon’s chat show Isi ka Naam Zindagi—had a citreous sizzle. Heck, it got Farah Khan up off the couch.

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Shoaib Malik & Sania Mirza The Not-Single-But-Ready-To-Mingle (Beyond Borders) Award for sportingly forsaking prior engagements for the sake of more compelling commitments.

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Korma-Cola The wrong Shoaib, we all thought first. Anyway, a broken engagement and a divorce later, Sania and Shoaib were married. A big fat Hyderabadi wedding, a frugal korma-naan reception in Sialkot—call it people-to-people contact.

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Wanted: PR Agent With shuttler Saina Nehwal jumping into the Rs 1 crore endorsement bandwagon, former Hyderabadi hottie Sania Mirza has taken to ribbon-cutting ceremonies at a discounted fee of Rs 25 lakh. The local media too is bored and often Shoaib Malik’s visits to his sasural go unreported. Perhaps, only Shahrukh can rev up their brand value and play the PR circuits to get them attention.

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Tennis player Sania Mirza being welcomed as she arrives with her husband Shoaib Malik at Birsa Munda Airport in Ranchi, Jharkhand to inaugurate a tennis stadium for the 34th National Games.

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Step On A Minefield
Less than a month into their wedding and Mr & Mrs Malik have a brand new agenda: to show the world nothing’s changed. Sania was back in shorts. Shoaib, forgetting his ban, was practising with Ranji players at the Hyderabad Gymkhana. But another ban has been slapped on him and the Gymkhana door banged shut.

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Tennis star Sania Mirza, left, interacts with former Pakistan cricket captain and her husband Shoaib Malik during a practice session in Hyderabad

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Tennis star Sania Mirza, right, warms up with help from former Pakistan cricket captain and her husband Shoaib Malik, left, in Hyderabad.

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From Left, 1) Sania Mirza comes out of a tennis court after a practice session in Hyderabad, India 2) Pakistani cricket player Shoaib Malik walks after a practice session, in Hyderabad, India. Malik married tennis player Sania Mirza on April 12, 2010.

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Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza arrive along with others for their wedding reception in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza arrive along with others for their wedding reception in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza arrive along with others for their wedding reception in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik with his wife tennis star Sania Mirza arrive for their wedding reception in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Sania Mirza talks with a young girl during her wedding reception in Sialkot, Pakistan.

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Relatives congratulate Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Malik during his wedding reception in Sialkot, Pakistan.

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Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Malik chats with his wife tennis star Sania Mirza during their wedding reception in Sialkot, Pakistan.

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Sania Mirza gestures during her wedding reception in Sialkot, Pakistan.

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Naseema Mirza, mother of tennis star Sania Mirza, gesture towards media men as she along with other relatives arrive to attend her daughter's wedding reception in Sialkot, Pakistan.

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Sania Mirza poses for a photograph as her husband Shoaib Malik looks back during their wedding reception in Sialkot, Pakistan.

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Newly wed couple Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Malik and his wife tennis star Sania Mirza pose for photograph during their wedding reception in Sialkot, Pakistan.

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Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Malik talks with a boy as his wife tennis star Sania Mirza looks on during their wedding reception in Sialkot, Pakistan.

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Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik and his wife tennis star Sania Mirza smile during their wedding reception in Sialkot, Pakistan. The couple married last week in a ceremony that took place in the hotel at Mirza's hometown of Hyderabad.

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Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik and his wife tennis star Sania Mirza as they arrive at a local hotel in Lahore, Pakistan. The couple married last week in a ceremony that took place in a hotel at Mirza's hometown of Hyderabad.

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Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, escorts his wife tennis star Sania Mirza as they arrive at a local hotel in Lahore, Pakistan. The couple married last week in a ceremony that took place in a hotel at Mirza's hometown of Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza, pose for a photograph during their wedding reception in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza, pose for a photograph along with Sania's father Imran Mirza, Sahara Group chief Subroto Roy and mother Naseema Mirza during their wedding reception in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza, pose for a photograph during their wedding reception in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza look at each other during their wedding reception in Hyderabad. Mirza and Malik were married on April 12, 2010.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza pose for a photo during a Sangeet ceremony, part of wedding festivities, in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza during a Sangeet ceremony, part of wedding festivities, in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik with tennis star Sania Mirza and Sania's father Imran Mirza pose during a Sangeet ceremony, part of wedding festivities, in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza look at each other during a Sangeet ceremony, part of wedding festivities, in Hyderabad. Mirza and Malik were married on April 12.

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Tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik after their 'Nikah' in Hyderabad.

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Artist Ramjan Hussain gives final touches to a pencil sketch of Indian tennis sensation Sania Mirza and Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik at a city pavement in Kolkata.

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Tennis star Sania Mirza shows her Menhdi applied hands as she prepares for a function after her marriage with Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Malik, at her residence in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza pose during their marriage ceremony in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza's father Imran Mirza, shake hands during the Nikah (marriage) ceremony in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza pose during their marriage ceremony in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza share a light moment with Sania's mother Naseema Mirza during their marriage ceremony in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza's father Imran Mirza, hold hands during the Nikah ceremony in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza react during their marriage ceremony in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza react during their marriage ceremony in Hyderabad.

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Tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik along with family members during their 'nikah' ceremony, in Hyderabad.

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Tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik along with family members during their 'Nikah' ceremony in Hyderabad.

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Dec 22: Sania Mirza had a difficult year, with controversy over her betrothal and break-up with a fellow Hyderabadi, and subsequently marriage to Pakistan cricket player Shoaib Malik. She won the silver medal at the CWG, and ended the year on a happy note, with victory at the Al Habtoor Tennis Challenge in Dubai. *** Tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik during their 'Nikah' ceremony in Hyderabad.

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Tennis star Sania Mirza, in bridal dress, comes out of her residence with her mother for the nikah ceremony with Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, in Hyderabad.

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Tennis star Sania Mirza, in bridal dress, comes out of her residence with her mother for the nikah ceremony with Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, in Hyderabad.

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Triple knot A Geo TV grab on the Shoaib-Sania-Ayesha controversy

Ayesha Siddiqui

The Siddiqui camp at a press conference, Ayesha’s mother Farisa Siddiqui at right

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VHP activists burn a Sania poster in Bhopal

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Community elders, right, get together at Ikram Kaleem’s apartment to discuss the Sania-Shoaib snafu

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Game on Sania, Shoaib address the media outside her house in Hyderabad

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Farisa Siddiqui, the mother of Ayesha Siddiqui, who claimed of being Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik's first wife, addressing a press conference in Hyderabad. She confirmed that Shoaib Malik admitted his marriage with Ayesha and signed divorce papers as per Islamic law.

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Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik's brother-in-law Imran Malik talking to the media in New Delhi. Imran arrived in the capital to meet a lawyer and bail out the cricketer, who is facing charges of cheating a Hyderabad woman claiming to be his wife.

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United Women Front President Shiraz Sareen Khan shows signature of Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik and Ayesha Siddiqui, the woman claiming to be Malik's wife, in a photocopy of the nikahnama (marriage certificate) in Hyderabad. Hyderabad police have questioned Malik about Siddique and have asked him not to leave India during investigation ahead of his planned marriage to tennis star Sania Mirza.

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Congress workers during a protest against Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Mallik , near Thane Railway Station in Mumbai.

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Youngsters burning posters of Tennis Star Sania Mirza in protest against her decision to marry Pakistan cricketer Shohaib Mallik in Patna.

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Tennis Star Sania Mirza and Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Mallik gesture while addressing the media in Hyderabad.

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Tennis Star Sania Mirza and Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Mallik addressing the media in Hyderabad.

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Tennis Star Sania Mirza and Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Mallik gesture while addressing the media in Hyderabad. Police today seized the passport of Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik as they questioned him in the wake of a complaint of cheating lodged by the father of a local girl Ayesha Siddiqui claiming that she was married to him.

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Tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik, address the media in Hyderabad. Police have questioned Malik ahead of his planned marriage to Mirza regarding allegations made by another woman claiming to be the cricket player's first wife.

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Media persons gather in front of tennis star Sania Mirza's home as police question Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik, in Hyderabad. Police today seized the passport of Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik as they questioned him in the wake of a complaint of cheating lodged by the father of a local girl Ayesha Siddiqui claiming that she was married to him.

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Police officers stand in the premises of tennis star Sania Mirza's residence as their senior colleagues question Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik, in Hyderabad. Police have questioned Malik ahead of his planned marriage to Mirza regarding complaint of cheating lodged by the father of a local girl Ayesha Siddiqui claiming that she was married to him.

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Police officer Iqbal Siddiqi talking to the media after questioning Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik at tennis Star Sania Mirza's residence in Hyderabad. Police today seized the passport of Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik as they questioned him in the wake of a complaint of cheating lodged by the father of a local girl Ayesha Siddiqui claiming that she was married to him.

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Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik holds a press release as he addresses the media outside tennis player Sania Mirza's house in Hyderabad. According to news reports, Malik's alleged first wife Ayesha Siddiqui will file a case against the cricketer who has been accused of marrying and dumping her without a divorce. Malik is set to marry Mirza, a union of two of South Asia's most well known sports personalities.

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A combo picture shows the 'nikahnama' circulated to the media by Ayesha Siddiqui, who said she is the first wife of Shohaib Malik, ahead of the Pakistan cricketer's April 15 marriage to tennis star Sania Mirza, in New Delhi.

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In this combination of two file photos, Indian tennis player Sania Mirza at a press conference in Hyderabad, India, Feb. 4, 2008, left, and Pakistani cricket captain Shoaib Malik at a press conference in Karachi, Pakistan on Jan. 19, 2009, are shown. Malik is to marry Mirza in April

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Indian Tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistan cricket captain Shoaib Malik who are engaged and plan to tie the knot next month

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