Kaif

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Katrina Kaif - Early Years
... Kaif was born in Hong Kong, to an Indian Kashmiri father, Mohammed Kaif, and an English mother, Susanna Turquotte, who is a British citizen ... Kaif once stated, "My dad, unfortunately, and not out of choice, has had no influence on our upbringing, on our religious or social or moral bearings." When she came to India, she changed her ... Kaif has seven siblings a brother and six sisters ...
Mohammad Kaif - Indian Premier League
... Mohammad Kaif represented the victorious Rajasthan Royals in the inaugual edition of the Indian Premier League in 2008 ... Kaif was bought for $250,000USD by Kings XI Punjab to play in 2010 Indian Premier League ... Kaif was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore to play in 2011 Indian Premier League, in the third round of bidding ...
Chappell–Ganguly Controversy - Test Retention
... announced that Ganguly had been dropped from the squad, with Mohammad Kaif replacing him ... became ill and was forced to withdraw from the Third Test in Ahmedabad, and Kaif played after being selected with the intention of avoiding Ganguly's humiliation as a reserve batsman ... Kaif failed to make a large contribution the Third Test, while Yuvraj scored another half century ...
Katrina Kaif
... Katrina Kaif (born Katrina Turquotte 16 July 1984) is a British Indian actress and former model who appears in Indian films, mainly in the Hindi film industry ... Kaif made her acting debut in 2003 with Kaizad Gustad's box office bomb Boom ... Kaif subsequently played more prominent roles in such films as New York (2009), Rajneeti (2010), Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011), and Ek Tha Tiger (2012, the second highest-grossin ...
Kaifūsō
... Kaifūsō (懐風藻?, Fond Recollections of Poetry) is the oldest collection of Chinese poetry (kanshi) written by Japanese poets ... Eighteen of the Kaifūsō poets, including Prince Ōtsu, also have poems in the later anthology of Japanese poetry, the Man'yōshū ... At the time Kaifūsō was written, Chinese poetry had a higher place in the Japanese literary world than waka, and Chinese characters were used for official documents ...