Sania Mirza, Indian tennis player who got tied together to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik final year, has been enclosed in a list gathered by Newsweek Pakistan repository of 100 women who would shake up Pakistan. Mirza, who motionless to live in Dubai after her argumentative matrimony to Shoaib Malik, finds a mark in a list along with former sovereign apportion Sherry Rehman, women’s rights romantic Mukhtaran Mai, as great as Um-e Hassan, a mother of Lal Masjid cleric. Her inclusion in a desired list has hurt a tiny people given she is not a Pakistani as great as a list itself is upon Pakistani women. However, a tiny contend Sania Mirza has been welcomed by Pakistanis as their own. A feminist formed in Karachi bloody a list as great as pronounced it fits a example of how westerners write about Pakistan.