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ICC World Cup 2011 schedule

first_imgThe ICC World Cup begins on February 19 with a match between India and Bangladesh. The finals will be played on April 2 in Mumbai. Here is the tournament schedule:No.Date & TimeMatchVenueResult1Sat 19 Feb 02:00 PM ISTIND vs BANShere Bangla National Stadium, MirpurTo be played2Sun 20 Feb 09:30 AM ISTNZ vs KENMA Chidambaram Stadium, ChennaiTo be played3Sun 20 Feb 02:30 PM ISTSL vs CANMahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, HambantotaTo be played4Mon 21 Feb 02:30 PM ISTAUS vs ZIMSardar Patel Gujarat Stadium, MoteraTo be played5Tue 22 Feb 02:30 PM ISTENG vs NEDVidarbha Cricket Association Ground, NagpurTo be played6Wed 23 Feb 02:30 PM ISTPAK vs KENMahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, HambantotaTo be played7Thu 24 Feb 02:30 PM ISTSA vs WIFeroz Shah Kotla, DelhiTo be played8Fri 25 Feb 09:30 AM ISTAUS vs NZVidarbha Cricket Association Ground, NagpurTo be played9Fri 25 Feb 02:00 PM ISTBAN vs IREShere Bangla National Stadium, MirpurTo be played10Sat 26 Feb 02:30 PM ISTPAK vs SLR.Premadasa Stadium, ColomboTo be played11Sun 27 Feb 02:30 PM ISTIND vs ENGEden Gardens, KolkataTo be played12Mon 28 Feb 09:30 AM ISTZIM vs CANVidarbha Cricket Association Ground, NagpurTo be played13Mon 28 Feb 02:30 PM ISTWI vs NEDFeroz Shah Kotla, DelhiTo be played14Tue 01 Mar 02:30 PM ISTSL vs KENR.Premadasa Stadium, ColomboTo be played15Wed 02 Mar 02:30 PM ISTENG vs IREM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru (Bangalore)To be played16Thu 03 Mar 09:30 AM ISTSA vs NEDPunjab Cricket Association Stadium, MohaliTo be played17Thu 03 Mar 02:30 PM ISTPAK vs CANR.Premadasa Stadium, ColomboTo be played18Fri 04 Mar 09:30 AM ISTNZ vs ZIMSardar Patel Gujarat Stadium, MoteraTo be played19Fri 04 Mar 02:00 PM ISTBAN vs WIShere Bangla National Stadium, MirpurTo be played20Sat 05 Mar 02:30 PM ISTAUS vs SLR.Premadasa Stadium, ColomboTo be played21Sun 06 Mar 09:30 AM ISTSA vs ENGMA Chidambaram Stadium, ChennaiTo be played22Sun 06 Mar 02:30 PM ISTIND vs IREM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru (Bangalore)To be played23Mon 07 Mar 02:30 PM ISTCAN vs KENFeroz Shah Kotla, DelhiTo be played24Tue 08 Mar 02:30 PM ISTPAK vs NZPallekele International Cricket Stadium, KandyTo be played25Wed 09 Mar 02:30 PM ISTIND vs NEDFeroz Shah Kotla, DelhiTo be played26Thu 10 Mar 02:30 PM ISTSL vs ZIMPallekele International Cricket Stadium, KandyTo be played27Fri 11 Mar 09:30 AM ISTWI vs IREPunjab Cricket Association Stadium, MohaliTo be played28Fri 11 Mar 02:00 PM ISTBAN vs ENGZahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, ChittagongTo be played29Sat 12 Mar 02:30 PM ISTIND vs SAVidarbha Cricket Association Ground, NagpurTo be played30Sun 13 Mar 09:30 AM ISTNZ vs CANWankhede Stadium, MumbaiTo be played31Sun 13 Mar 02:30 PM ISTAUS vs KENM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru (Bangalore)To be played32Mon 14 Mar 09:00 AM ISTBAN vs NEDZahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, ChittagongTo be played33Mon 14 Mar 02:30 PM ISTPAK vs ZIMPallekele International Cricket Stadium, KandyTo be played34Tue 15 Mar 02:30 PM ISTSA vs IREEden Gardens, KolkataTo be played35Wed 16 Mar 02:30 PM ISTAUS vs CANM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru (Bangalore)To be played36Thu 17 Mar 02:30 PM ISTENG vs WIMA Chidambaram Stadium, ChennaiTo be played37Fri 18 Mar 09:30 AM ISTNED vs IREEden Gardens, KolkataTo be played38Fri 18 Mar 02:30 PM ISTNZ vs SLWankhede Stadium, MumbaiTo be played39Sat 19 Mar 09:00 AM ISTBAN vs SAShere Bangla National Stadium, MirpurTo be played40Sat 19 Mar 02:30 PM ISTAUS vs PAKR.Premadasa Stadium, ColomboTo be played41Sun 20 Mar 09:30 AM ISTZIM vs KENEden Gardens, KolkataTo be played42Sun 20 Mar 02:30 PM ISTIND vs WIMA Chidambaram Stadium, ChennaiTo be played43Wed 23 Mar 02:00 PM ISTA1 vs B4 (1st Quarter Final, C)Shere Bangla National Stadium, MirpurTo be played44Thu 24 Mar 02:30 PM ISTA2 vs B3 (2nd Quarter Final, D)Sardar Patel Gujarat Stadium, MoteraTo be played45Fri 25 Mar 02:00 PM ISTA3 vs B2 (3rd Quarter Final, E)Shere Bangla National Stadium, MirpurTo be played46Sat 26 Mar 02:30 PM ISTA4 vs B1 (4th Quarter Final, F)R.Premadasa Stadium, ColomboTo be played47Tue 29 Mar 02:30 PM ISTWinner C vs Winner E (1st Semi Final)R.Premadasa Stadium, ColomboTo be played48Wed 30 Mar 02:30 PM ISTWinner D vs Winner F (2nd Semi Final)Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, MohaliTo be played49Sat 02 Apr 02:30 PM ISTSF1 vs SF2 (Final)Wankhede Stadium, MumbaiTo be playedadvertisementadvertisementlast_img read more

Aga Khan Museum Opens Landmark Exhibition on One of the Muslim Worlds

first_img Twitter Login/Register With: TORONTO, Feb. 20, 2018 – The World of the Fatimids, opening March 10, 2018, sheds light on one of history’s most intriguing and vibrant civilizations, which at its height in the 10th and 11th centuries influenced thought and life throughout the Mediterranean, Southern Europe, and the Near East. Luminous ceramics, intricate carvings shaped from rock crystal, and artifacts decorated with Kufic calligraphy and embellished with vines and leaves are some of the luxury objects in this exhibition. All bear witness to a remarkable dynasty that fostered the arts and the sciences, yet is little known in North America.“We know from accounts of the time that Fatimid art and architecture was glorious,” says Henry Kim, Aga Khan Museum Director and CEO. “Most of it has vanished over the ages, so in bringing together objects from many international collections, the exhibition offers a rare opportunity not only to admire Fatimid art but also to understand what life would have been like in this lively, diverse, and tolerant society.”Through monumental architectural pieces as well as intimately scaled artwork, the exhibition conjures up a land of many faiths and explores life, both royal and everyday, in the capital the Fatimids founded, al-Qahirah, or Cairo. Drone videography of the site of the Fatimid court and its architectural remains, plus a film on Cairo’s Fatimid history, offer insight into what the city was like a millennium ago. Facebook Advertisement Advertisementcenter_img The Fatimids sought out and embraced the skills and knowledge of people from different places and faiths, welcoming them into court and city life. “This multi-faceted society in part accounts for the very diverse sources of inspiration that characterize Fatimid art,” says Dr. Assadullah Souren Melikian-Chirvani, the curator of The World of the Fatimids. “Another reason for the diversity lies in the multiplicity of influences to which Fatimid Egypt was open.”Exhibition highlights include:An eight-foot long carved marble slab that was discovered buried on what is presumed to be the site of a Fatimid palaceA rock crystal cosmetics vessel, carved in the shape of a bird, that would have held the kohl that both men and women used as make-upA lusterware bowl painted with a Coptic priest swinging a censer and a cross resembling an Egyptian ankhAn ivory oliphant carved in southern Italy with hunting scenes inspired by the style and court culture of Fatimid EgyptA catalogue accompanies the exhibition with essays from scholars on Fatimid patronage, literature, calligraphy, cultural influences, and global exchanges, as well as chapters on the Christian and Jewish communities in Fatimid Egypt and the history of the Ismaili branch of Islam. Exhibition-related programming includes lectures, films, and a curator’s tour.The World of the Fatimids runs from March 10 to July 2, 2018.The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Canada, has been established and developed by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC), which is an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). The Museum’s mission is to foster a greater understanding and appreciation of the contribution that Muslim civilizations have made to world heritage while often reflecting, through both its permanent and temporary exhibitions, how cultures connect with one another. Designed by architect Fumihiko Maki, the Museum shares a 6.8-hectare site with Toronto’s Ismaili Centre, which was designed by architect Charles Correa. The surrounding landscaped park was designed by landscape architect Vladimir Djurovic. Bowl, Egypt, 12th century. Ceramic, lustre-painted. Courtesy of The American University in Cairo Press. (CNW Group/Aga Khan Museum) LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisementlast_img read more