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Press Trust of India | December 20, 2014

The Indian men's team continued their winning streak by clinching the fifth Kabaddi World Cup title, while the women's side bagged the crown for the fourth consecutive time, here on Saturday. At a grand finale held at Guru Gobind Singh Multipurpose Stadium, the Indian men's team defeated Pakistan 45-42 for the fourth time, while the women team beat New Zealand 36-27 for the second time in a row. History repeated itself as both teams in the men and women sections had clashed during the finals of Fourth Kabaddi World Cup at Ludhiana last year and in both the matches, India had emerged victorious. The men's finals between India and Pakistan was always going to be a close contest and it turned out to be one as is evident from the scoreline. It was raiders Sandeep Singh Surakhpur (16) and Sandeep Luddar (10) who were the top scorers, while stopper Yadwinder Singh Yada "Surakhpur" also registered 5 points and Gopi secured 3 points respectively to help India's cause. For Pakistan, raiders Shafiq Ahmad Chishti, Mohammad Irfan and Akmal Sajjad Dogar scored 15, 13 and 6 points respectively, while stoppers Musharaff Javed Janjua secured 4 points for his team. In the women's final, the Indian eves started on a positive note and lead right from the beginning. Their dominating performance helped them to lead 18-14 at the half time. Indian raiders Priyanka Devi and Ram Bateri scored 8 points each and Sukhwinder Kaur scored 7 points, while stoppers Anu Rani secured 4 while Ritu and Jasvir secured one point each.


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Press Trust of India | December 20, 2014

The Indian men's team continued their winning streak by clinching the fifth Kabaddi World Cup title, while the women's side bagged the crown for the fourth consecutive time, here on Saturday. At a grand finale held at Guru Gobind Singh Multipurpose Stadium, the Indian men's team defeated Pakistan 45-42 for the fourth time, while the women team beat New Zealand 36-27 for the second time in a row. History repeated itself as both teams in the men and women sections had clashed during the finals of Fourth Kabaddi World Cup at Ludhiana last year and in both the matches, India had emerged victorious. The men's finals between India and Pakistan was always going to be a close contest and it turned out to be one as is evident from the scoreline. It was raiders Sandeep Singh Surakhpur (16) and Sandeep Luddar (10) who were the top scorers, while stopper Yadwinder Singh Yada "Surakhpur" also registered 5 points and Gopi secured 3 points respectively to help India's cause. For Pakistan, raiders Shafiq Ahmad Chishti, Mohammad Irfan and Akmal Sajjad Dogar scored 15, 13 and 6 points respectively, while stoppers Musharaff Javed Janjua secured 4 points for his team. In the women's final, the Indian eves started on a positive note and lead right from the beginning. Their dominating performance helped them to lead 18-14 at the half time. Indian raiders Priyanka Devi and Ram Bateri scored 8 points each and Sukhwinder Kaur scored 7 points, while stoppers Anu Rani secured 4 while Ritu and Jasvir secured one point each.


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Though badals are maha chor

but only thing i like about them is their effort to revive Punjab mother sport which was dead.


who ever thought that teams like Denmark ,mexico,sierra Leon and Azerbaijan will be playing kabaddi


 

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Well, well, we live and learn. I'd never heard of Kabbadi until I came across this thread. This is why I like the Indian Subcontinent so much. It is full of mystery. And I didn't even know that Kabbadi was a mystery to me until I was shown it and it was explained.
 
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India not 'World Cup' champions: International Kabbadi Federation

In a shocking development, the International Kabaddi Federation (IKF) has said the recently-concluded Kabbadi World Cup was an unofficial tournament and also expressed reservations about the umpiring in the final of the event played between hosts India and Pakistan
.

Talking to DawnNews, the CEO of the IKF, Deoraj Chaturvedi, said the tournament which was held in India recently was not an officially sanctioned event for which the world body was not approached.

"It was just a tournament held by India in which several teams participated. You cannot call it the 'World Cup'. We were not approached by the various Kabbadi federations for approval neither did we sanction the event. We do not recognise India as the World Cup winners simply because it wasn't a World Cup," Chaturvedi said. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

He was also surprised at the decision of the Indian federation to nominate local umpires for the final.

"According to regulations, the umpires officiating in the final cannot be from the two countries that make it to the last two."

The IKF official said the federation was only moved to issue a statement on the event after the controversy surrounding the final which was won by hosts India.

Indian Punjab's Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal ordered the formation of a committee to investigate the final after Pakistan captain Ahmed Shafiq alleged that the umpires had favoured India during the match.

Shafiq alleged that the umpires and organising committee misbehaved with the Pakistani players and threatened them.

"If India does not stop this injustice then Pakistan will no longer participate in the event in future," he had said.

India not 'World Cup' champions: International Kabbadi Federation - Sport - DAWN.COM
 

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India not 'World Cup' champions: International Kabbadi Federation

In a shocking development, the International Kabaddi Federation (IKF) has said the recently-concluded Kabbadi World Cup was an unofficial tournament and also expressed reservations about the umpiring in the final of the event played between hosts India and Pakistan
.

Talking to DawnNews, the CEO of the IKF, Deoraj Chaturvedi, said the tournament which was held in India recently was not an officially sanctioned event for which the world body was not approached.

"It was just a tournament held by India in which several teams participated. You cannot call it the 'World Cup'. We were not approached by the various Kabbadi federations for approval neither did we sanction the event. We do not recognise India as the World Cup winners simply because it wasn't a World Cup," Chaturvedi said. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

He was also surprised at the decision of the Indian federation to nominate local umpires for the final.

"According to regulations, the umpires officiating in the final cannot be from the two countries that make it to the last two."

The IKF official said the federation was only moved to issue a statement on the event after the controversy surrounding the final which was won by hosts India.

Indian Punjab's Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal ordered the formation of a committee to investigate the final after Pakistan captain Ahmed Shafiq alleged that the umpires had favoured India during the match.

Shafiq alleged that the umpires and organising committee misbehaved with the Pakistani players and threatened them.

"If India does not stop this injustice then Pakistan will no longer participate in the event in future," he had said.

India not 'World Cup' champions: International Kabbadi Federation - Sport - DAWN.COM
Don't come to India , poor pakis 1 crore INR = 1.6 crore PKR se mehroom ho jaoge
 

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India not 'World Cup' champions: International Kabbadi Federation

In a shocking development, the International Kabaddi Federation (IKF) has said the recently-concluded Kabbadi World Cup was an unofficial tournament and also expressed reservations about the umpiring in the final of the event played between hosts India and Pakistan
.

Talking to DawnNews, the CEO of the IKF, Deoraj Chaturvedi, said the tournament which was held in India recently was not an officially sanctioned event for which the world body was not approached.

"It was just a tournament held by India in which several teams participated. You cannot call it the 'World Cup'. We were not approached by the various Kabbadi federations for approval neither did we sanction the event. We do not recognise India as the World Cup winners simply because it wasn't a World Cup," Chaturvedi said. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

He was also surprised at the decision of the Indian federation to nominate local umpires for the final.

"According to regulations, the umpires officiating in the final cannot be from the two countries that make it to the last two."

The IKF official said the federation was only moved to issue a statement on the event after the controversy surrounding the final which was won by hosts India.

Indian Punjab's Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal ordered the formation of a committee to investigate the final after Pakistan captain Ahmed Shafiq alleged that the umpires had favoured India during the match.

Shafiq alleged that the umpires and organising committee misbehaved with the Pakistani players and threatened them.

"If India does not stop this injustice then Pakistan will no longer participate in the event in future," he had said.

India not 'World Cup' champions: International Kabbadi Federation - Sport - DAWN.COM
An officially sanctioned rematch is clearly in order.
 

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thanks for your post. its a country of a lot of controversy. Because of that controversy the traditional sports of our country also is spoiling. well if you are interested in kabaddi world cup than you can visit a specialized kabaddi website. its address is www.livekabaddiworld.com
hope you will visit. thanks
 

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baegareti pakis both men and woman team cried last time and pledge never come back to india

in 2015 they are coming again:):)


kya paki $$$$ me bikta ha, islami gairet kithe gayi???:devil::devil:


hindu kufur baniya jeet gaya:biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2:
 

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