Muhammad | The Daily Star
  • Don’t count the days, make the days count

    The boxing icon who inspired many champions, in sports and life, Muhammad Ali is widely regarded as one of the most significant and renowned sports figures of the 20th century.

  • Muhammad Ali auction items see heavyweight prices

    Muhammad Ali's 1974 WBC heavyweight championship boxing belt and a handwritten letter about his conversion to Islam are among items that will hit the auction block in September, in the biggest such sale since Ali's death in June.

  • Hamilton dedicates win to the late Muhammad Ali

    Lewis Hamilton dedicates his victory to the late Muhammad Ali. The world champion references one of the former heavyweight champion's famous quotes on his slowing down lap saying: "Float like a butterfly; sting like a bee."

  • Lord's honours 'The Greatest'

    Garfield Sobers, arguably cricket's greatest all-rounder, led a special tribute to Muhammad Ali at Lord's on Friday that coincided with the boxing legend's funeral.

  • Muhammad Ali to be laid to rest

    Muhammad Ali will be laid to rest Friday, the culmination of a two-day farewell for the beloved boxing legend and civil rights hero who electrified crowds the world over.

  • Smith, Lewis to be Ali's pallbearers

    Actor Will Smith and former heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis will be among the pallbearers for Muhammad Ali's funeral on Friday, joining a list of notable athletes, entertainers and politicians to mourn the boxing legend.

  • 'Like punching a mountain'

    Former Indian amateur boxer Haroon Khan bubbles with excitement and bravado as he recalls his two bouts with his hero, the late boxing legend Muhammad Ali, three decades ago.

  • Turkish fishermen save Syrian refugee baby (video)

    Two Turkish fishermen rescued and resuscitated a Syrian toddler they luckily found floating unconscious in the Aegean Sea.

  • No intention to offend anyone: AR Rahman

    AR Rahman said that his "decision" to compose the music for the movie "Muhammad: The Messenger of God", "was in good faith” with no intentions to offend any religious group.