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Patna: National kabaddi player caught in caste crossfire, threatened with rape by upper caste men

A resident of Pandarak village in Barh block, just 40 km away from Patna, Ruby (name changed) has made a name for herself in kabaddi and wrestling much to the discomfort of the village strongmen who..
India Today

Naik ready for the big stage

Raider Harish Naik wistfully watched from the sidelines as Bengaluru Bulls ended their campaign in the Pro Kabaddi League on a sorry note last season. Bulls, with five wins, eight losses and a draw,..
Deccan Herald

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News video: Sachin Among New Owners Of 4 New Pro-Kabaddi League Teams

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Sachin Tendulkar is among the new owners of the four new Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) teams that will participate in the fifth season of the tournament, to be held from July to October.
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News video: Kabaddi Gets Multi Million Dollar Boost

Kabaddi Gets Multi Million Dollar Boost 00:31

Kabaddi has received a major boost with Chinese mobile company VIVO signing a five-year deal worth $46.7 million to sponsor the game’s popular game.
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HMT rally to edge Nationals for title

HMT Colony Boys emerged champions of the inaugural Red Bull Tashan Kabaddi tournament on Saturday.In the final at the Play Arena, HMT staged a superb comeback to edge Classic Nationals 30-28.Down 12-18..
Deccan Herald

How kabaddi challenges cricket's might

Kabaddi may now be behind only cricket in the popularity stakes.

Jaraganahalli, Jyothi win

YFA Jaraganahalli and Jyothi SC registered impressive wins to progress to the second round of the inaugural Red Bull Tashan kabaddi tournament here. Jaraganahalli survived a late scare to beat Kashi..
Deccan Herald

Pro Kabaddi League Season 5: Unprecedented Rs 47 crore spent in recently concluded auction

While Day 1 was dominated by Category-A stars, Day 2 saw the franchises finding the perfect balance between experienced andyoung players, to craft winning teams.
Zee News

Unprecedented Rs. 47 crore spent in Pro Kabaddi Season 5 auction

Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) concluded its largest-ever 2-day player auction in the national capital on Tuesday.
DNA Also reported by •SifyANI News

Tomar's leap into the big league

When Nitin Tomar took to kabaddi at school, little would he have imagined that it would catapult him into stardom. The 22-year-old from Malakpur village of Baghpat district, Uttar Pradesh, in fact,..
Deccan Herald

Pro Kabaddi League 2017: 10 costliest buys from players auction

The players’ auction for the fifth edition of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) sprang up few surprises Day 1 on Monday (May 22). Here are the top buys.. New Delhi, May 23: The players’ auction for the..

Raider Nitin Tomar emerges costliest buy in Pro Kabaddi League history

Raider Nitin Tomar on Monday shattered all records to emerge the costliest-ever player to be bought in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) auction. Bought for a whopping Rs 93 lakh by GMR-owned Team Uttar..
Mid-Day Also reported by •SifyDNAANI News

Abozar costliest foreign buy, Nitin attracts highest bid

Iran's Abozar Mohajermighani has become the costliest foreign buy in this year's Pro Kabaddi League players auction after he was bought by new franchise Gujarat for Rs 50 lakh while India's Nitin Tomar..
DNA Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Nitin Tomar costliest buy at Pro Kabaddi Season 5, Pakistani players ignored

Pakistan is one of the 16 countries whose players are listed in the auction for this season but none of the franchises will bid for them.  
Zee News

Pro Kabaddi League: Raider Nitin Tomar emerges costliest-ever buy, to play for Team Uttar Pradesh

Earlier, star all-rounder Manjeet Chillar was bought by Jaipur Pink Panther for Rs 75.5 lakh before defender Surjeet Singh and raider Selvamani K. went for identical figures..
Zee News

Pakistan players not allowed to participate in Pro Kabaddi League: Indian Government

Pakistan's hockey players and cricketers have also not been allowed to compete on the Indian soil for some time now.
Zee News

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