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kabaddi

(kəˈbɑːdɪ)
n
(Games, other than specified) a game played between two teams of seven players, in which individuals take turns to chase and try to touch members of the opposing team without being captured by them
[Tamil]
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of gate work from Kabadi market near Petrol pump in Ward-38,Zone-05
Meanwhile, second KP Late Ziyad Akram Durrani Kabadi tournament will be started from 9 November and final will be played on 15 November said by President of Kabadi Association and chief organizer of the tournament MPA Malik Riaz Khan.
Kabadi, which presents a critical assessment of the corporate work study program characteristic of Cristo Rey schools, highlighting the dialectical tension represented in the program within Jesuit-sponsored Cristo Rey high schools.
Although rugby is not a sport that is popular in the South Asian continent, there is a game called kabadi which is considered to be very similar to rugby.
CDA has also planned to hold tournaments of traditional games which include tent pegging and kabadi tournaments in addition to hockey, cricket, football, basketball, lawn tennis and shooting ball tournaments in Islamabad to provide healthy sports and recreational activities to its residents.
It is a neat copy of a 2009 Tamil flick called Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu .
Haroun Kabadi who arrived in Khartoum in response to an invitation extended by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr.
Gogate and Kabadi (2009) show that the effectiveness (efficiency) of the ultrasonic horn in creating a cavitation effect depends on the magnitude of energy and operating frequency supplied by the equipment.
The Kuni had consequently obtained oada knowledge from Nara and Kabadi (the neighbours of the Nara), and mino (sympathetic and contagious 'magic') from an inland group, the Fuyughe, to fight their enemies by other means (Gostin 1986:74).
Vitamin D insufficiency and obesity are individual risk factors for insulin resistance and diabetes," said lead author Shaum Kabadi, a doctoral candidate in epidemiology at Drexel.