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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
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The event will continue till March 19 and will include various sports such as football, volleyball, bodybuilding, wrestling, kabadi and cricket.
The other sport activities in the event would include football, volleyball, rope, body building, wrestling, Kabadi and cricket.
Tenders are invited for Construction work of rcc nala from h/o munne salmaani to munne kabadi bia shoib khan at saqlaini nagar
Traditional games are indeed disappearing from our lives, kids in the small villages may be playing them but not all the kids in the cities and small towns, are so lucky, adding, these games like kabadi, ko.
The games for male to be played included football, hockey, basketball, volleyball, squash, badminton, table tennis, tennis, athletics, gymnastics, judo, karate, wrestling, kabadi, tug-of-war, taekwondo, cycling, handball, snooker, wushu, boxing, archery, muaythai, weightlifting and full contact karate.
The game of Kabadi is generally attributed to rural Punjab.
2 million on Kabadi matches held on August 14 and now is spending Rs3.
Meanwhile, Dr Abdullah Al Karam, the director-general of KHDA visited more than 20 schools that organised different kinds of sports and activities, including kabadi, kho-kho, parkour challenges, cycling, football, obstacle courses, badminton and tug-of-war to name a few.
Kittur S, Kabadi YM, "Enhancing contraceptive usage by post-placental intrauterine contraceptive devices (PPIUCD) insertion with evaluation of safety, efficacy and expulsion," International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology 2012; 1: 26-32.
King Salman also highlighted the results of his meetings and talks with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, Afghan President Abdullah Abdullah, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Leuven and the President of the National Assembly of Chad, Haroun Kabadi, during which the king reviewed prospects for these countries' cooperation in various fields with the Kingdom.
Suraj Jay Kabadi, MD; Michael Hanley, MD; and Juliana Bueno, MD
Different games including cricket, karate, volleyball, tug of war and Kabadi were played among various teams on the final day.