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kho kho

(ˈkəʊ kəʊ)
n
(General Sporting Terms) a game similar to tag originating in South Asia in which two teams compete to tag each member of the opposing team in the shortest period of time
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Summary: Bhubaneshwar (Odisha), Aug 08 (ANI): Ajay Mandhra, a boy from Odisha's Malakangiri, a region notorious for its Naxal activities, recently bagged a gold medal for India in the first international Kho Kho tournament, which took place in the United Kingdom from September 1 to 4.
Technology has taken over in such a big way - even kids - earlier we used to play games like kho kho in the mud; we actually enjoyed our childhood.
NSTAPAK Chairperson, Syeda Tehseen, Secretary Kho Kho Federation, Mohammad Nazim, international Table Tennis player Farrukh Kamal and International Karate player, Danish Khan were also present on the occasion.
In a tweet, Kapoor had mockingly asked the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to send its cricket team to play the finals as they had send their hockey team or a kho kho team to play in their previous match as their 'father' will be playing them.
The men also enjoyed sports including football, while the women played the Indian traditional sport Kho Kho.
The CBSE Oman Cluster Kho Kho Tournament 2016 will be held on October 14 and 15.
He was the table tennis captain of AMU in 1976 and later became the general captain of AMU and participated at state level in Table Tennis, Kho Kho and Ball Badminton.
Rajeev Mehta, president of the Kho Kho Federation of India, is a consensus candidate for secretary general, a post that was held by Randhir since 1987 before Lalit Bhanot overthrew him in the December 2012 elections, which were declared null and void by the IOC.
He has interests in Kabaddi, kho kho, wrestling and football and has served as President of the International Cricket Council.