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Pro Kabaddi League 5: Anup Kumar, Meraj Sheykh among elite pla...

Former India captain Anup Kumar, Korea's Jang Kun Lee and Iran's Meraj Sheykh are among the select elite players who have been retained by seven franchises for the fifth Pro Kabaddi League The post Pro Kabaddi League 5: Anup Kumar, Meraj Sheykh among elite ... First Post.com, 1 week ago
Seven franchises retain seven players for PKL 5 Business Standard, 1 week ago

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How kabaddi challenges cricket's might

Kabaddi may now be behind only cricket in the popularity stakes, notes Aabhas Sharma. IMAGE: Puneri Paltan in action against the Telugu Titans. Photograph: Kind courtesy Pro Kabaddi League It's July 31, 2016 and a steady drizzle is falling over Hyderabad. Outside the Gachibowli Stadium, enthusiastic fans have queued up for over two hours to watch the Patna Pirates face the Puneri Paltan in the final of the fourth edition of the Pro Kabaddi League. There are some who are willing to fork out ...
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Abozar costliest foreign buy, Nitin attracts highest bid

Irans Abozar Mohajermighani has become the costliest foreign buy in this years Pro Kabaddi League players auction after he was bought by new franchise Gujarat for Rs 50 lakh while Indias Nitin Tomar attracted the highest overall bid. Besides Abozar, other ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago
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India has turned into fertile ground for ISIS

'We could crack IM modules in the country because one arrested member would spill beans on the other.''With ISIS, every module is different and is possibly being handled by different operators abroad.'Sahil Makkar reports. In May 2014, four Muslim youths, in their early 20s, from Maharashtra, left India to join Islamic State of Syria and Iraq, ISIS, the most lethal terror organisation in the world. The youth reached Syria, took up arms and allegedly fought in the war. Six months later, one of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

3 Indians held with 190 kg of marijuana in Nepal

Three Indians were today arrested in central Nepal with nearly 190 kg of marijuana worth an estimated NRs 3.5 million, police said. The three men were arrested in separate incidents. Police in the hill city of Hetauda seized 125 kilogrammes of marijuana from ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Alarm bells ring in Pak as ISIS establishing strong footprint

[Pakistan], Mar. 4 (ANI): The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), and by its Arabic acronym 'Daesh' is reportedly in the process of establishing a strong footprint across Pakistan, and ...
 Sify2 months ago Worrying case of growing IS footprint in Pakistan  Rediff.com2 months ago
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