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  Kabaddi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The chant-word is kabaddi in India and Pakistan, hađuđu in Bangladesh, do-do in Nepal, guddo in Sri Lanka, chado-guddo in Malaysia, and techib in Indonesia.
In 1978, the Asian Amateur Kabaddi Federation was formed at a conference of delegates from Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan in the Indian town of Villai.
The Asian Kabaddi Championship was successfully arranged in 1980 and India emerged as the champion and Bangladesh as the runners-up.
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 Kabaddi: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Kabaddi or kabadi is a team pursuit sport, primarily played in south asia....
Kabaddi is a very popular game in Bangladesh[Follow this hyperlink for a summary of this subject], EHandler: no quick summary.
Kabaddi was played as a demonstration sport at the 1936 Summer Olympics[For more info, click on this link] in Berlin.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/k/ka/kabaddi.htm   (1595 words)

  
 Kabaddi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The 'Surjeevani' form of Kabaddi is played under the Kabaddi Federation of India, and is governed by its rules and regulations.
In the 'Amar' form of Kabaddi, whenever any player is touched (out), he does not go out of the court, but stays inside, and one point is awarded to the team that touched him.
The first world Kabaddi championship in the history of the game, was organised in Hamilton when approximately 14,000 people packed Copps Coliseum, to watch stars from India, Pakistan, Canada, England, and the United States compete.
www.goindiago.com /sports/kabaddi/kabaddi1.htm   (793 words)

  
 GeetSangeet.COM
Amar - In the 'Amar' form of Kabaddi, whenever any player is touched (out), he does not go out of the court, but stays inside, and one point is awarded to the team that touched him.
The first World Kabaddi Championship in the history of the game, was organized in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, when more than 14,000 people packed the Copps Coliseum, to watch the top players from India, Pakistan, Canada, England, and the United States compete.
In kabaddi dominated countries such as India and Canada, it is played on a professional basis with top players earning $25,000 and more for a 2 month season.
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 Article - Kabaddi - presented by ©NewsFinder.Org - All Rights Reserved
Kabaddi is an indigenous sport, which is played in all parts of Pakistan, especially rural areas, in one form or the other.
Kabaddi is a manly game which requires athleticism, skill, speed, stamina and agility.
Kabaddi is known by various names: Chedugudu or Hu-Tu-Tu in southern parts of India, Hadudu (Men) and Chu - Kit-Kit (women) in eastern India, and Kabaddi in northern India.
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 JaTT INC - The online home of Jatt's around the world
The basic unwritten rule of kabaddi is that once you are caught and after a brief but unsuccessful attempt at breaking free, you give up and surrender the point to the stoppers team.
In kabaddi dominated countries such as India and Canada it is played on a professional basis with top players earning up to $30000 for a 2 month season.
A typical kabaddi year starts in Punjab in late November and continues on up until March at which point the season starts in Canada where the season is played until June.
www.jatt.com /kabaddi/kabaddi.asp   (957 words)

  
 Kabaddi Rules   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Kabaddi is a game that finds its origins in India.
In Gaminee Kabaddi, two teams compete with each other for higher scores, by touching or capturing the players of the opponent team.
Usually made of 2 20 minute halves, this form of kabaddi can also be played in 10 or 15 minutes each, depending on the tournament organizers.
web.mit.edu /kabaddi/www/rules   (530 words)

  
 Kabaddi Sports in India
Kabaddi is an Indian game which requires both power and skill for its play.
Regular Kabaddi tournaments are held throughout the country.
The play ground of the Kabaddi shall be level and soft preferably made of earth, manure and sawdust.
www.webindia123.com /sports/kabaddi/kabaddi.htm   (168 words)

  
 Kabaddi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Kabaddi is derived from a Hindustani word meaning holding breadth.
Kabaddi is the name used in the north of India: the game is also known as Chedugudu in the south and Ha-du-du in the east.
Kabaddi is recognised as the national game of Bangladesh, where the name is pronounced kabaDi and the alternative name ha-Doo-Doo is frequently used.
www.info-pedia.net /about/kabaddi   (817 words)

  
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HE origin of Kabaddi can be traced to pre-historic times when man learnt how to defend in groups to ward off animal attack for survival and food.
Though kabaddi is primarily an Indian game, not much is known precisely about how the game came to be played in the present form.
The association aims to inculcate young persons into basic kabaddi activities at the grassroots level, to introduce substantial and quality kabaddi programme at club, state and national levels and to prepare a strong team for the 2002 and 2006 Asian Games, 2002 World Cup, 2003 and 2005 Asian championships.
www.tribuneindia.com /2002/20020520/login/dot.htm   (456 words)

  
 www.Kalluritimes.com - Sports - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The all India Kabaddi federation came into being in 1952.The first National Kabaddi championship for men was held in 1953 at Nagpur and the women champion ship in 1955.
Kabaddi was first included, as a demonstration game in the IX Asian games at New Delhi.
The repeated clear sound of “Kabaddi” within the course of one’s respiration is called cant.
kalluritimes.com /kalluri/sports/home/home.jsp?fn0=32   (613 words)

  
 Kabaddi - The Game
Surjeevain - The 'Surjeevani' form of Kabaddi is played under the Kabaddi Federation of India, and is governed by its rules and regulations.
It was the spirit of Kabaddi however that helped towards uniting the two countries and provided respect amongst players.
Kabaddi tournament held in Blackburn, Bradford, Birmingham and Blackburn entered teams, the latter having two players brought specifically from Pakistan to enhance team strength.
www.kabaddi.org /History.htm   (1222 words)

  
 Kabaddi Games
The game of kabaddi is in existence for over 4000 years.
The historian’s surmise is that the game might have developed during prehistoric times when man was forced to defend himself from sudden attacks from ferocious beasts.
The game of Kabaddi is believed to have developed from this episode of the Epic Mahabharatha.
www.kabaddi-games.com   (295 words)

  
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Kabaddi is known as “Chedugudu” or “Hu Tu Tu” in Southern India.
In India’s neighboring countries like Pakistan it is called “Kabaddi”, in Sri Lanka it is known as “Gudu” and in Nepal it is called “Dodo”.
This version is recognized by the Kabaddi Federation of India and the game is largely dictated by its rules and regulations.
www.kabaddi-games.com /versions.htm   (331 words)

  
 Kabaddi: Everything you ever wanted to know. Directory too.
"Kabaddi is a 4000 year old game for men as well as women.
In 1955, First Kabaddi Indian National Championship was held in Calcutta.
Kabaddi is played in many states and territories of India and Pakistan, each having their own Kabaddi Association.
www.sikhwomen.com /Community/India/kabaddi   (366 words)

  
 Cambridge University Hindu Cultural Society - Kabaddi
Kabaddi is a game of speed, strength, strategy and, most importantly, lungpower.
The 'Surjeevani' form of Kabaddi is the most widely played and is formalised by the Kabaddi Federation of India, governed by its rules and regulations.
Losing the cant: To stop the continuous and clear sounding chant of the word Kabaddi or to take breath during a cant is known losing the cant.
www.cuhcs.org.uk /info.kabaddi.php   (1123 words)

  
 24hr fitness
Kabaddi was one of the exhibition games played at the time of Asiad 82.
In case of men, it is 12.5 m by 10m divided by a middle line into two halves, each measuring 10 m x 6.25m.
f) Losing the cant: To stop the continuous and clear sounding chant of the fitness word kabaddi or to take breath during a cant is known as losing the cant.
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 KABADDI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It is also popular sport of the Sub-Continent and in many parts of India and Bangladesh, Kabaddi is played with equal zeal and enthusiasm.
The days are not very far, when Asian-style Kabaddi will be part and parcel of the Asian Games - a quadrennial sports extravaganza held in different countries of this continent.
However, at places body styles of this indigenous game, which does not cast any amount, rather it is most cheaper game of masses throughout the world especially in villages.
www.sports.gov.pk /html/kabaddi.html   (222 words)

  
 Kabaddi Indian Street Games,Pictures of Kabaddi Picture,Outdoor Indoor games Kabaddi for party fun, Facts,To play ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Kabaddi Indian Street Games,Pictures of Kabaddi Picture,Outdoor Indoor games Kabaddi for party fun, Facts,To play Kabaddi you need stamina, the capacity to hold your breath, quickness and mastery of the tactics of battle...
To play Kabaddi you need stamina, the capacity to hold your breath, quickness and mastery of the tactics of battle...
If he is able to touch one or two boys while still uttering the word ‘Kabaddi’, the person touched is ‘dead’ and the visitor runs back to his side.
www.4to40.com /4to40.com_non_ssl/discoverindia/streetgames/index.asp?article=discoverindia_streetgames_kabaddi   (281 words)

  
 World Kabaddi Federation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
World Kabaddi Federation was approved for formation during the International Gold Cup Tournament on 5th December 2003 in Faridabad, India.
Later on 1st Oct. 2004 the World Kabaddi Federation (WKF) was officially founded with a vision to find a way to control all the Kabaddi organisations of the member countries under the umbrella of WKF as well as to use Kabaddi sport to promote peace, understanding and Co-operation amongst the world community.
On 30 the September 2005 World Kabaddi Federation was incorporated under section 25 of the companies Act, 1956 as an International Sports Federation to govern the game of Kabaddi at international level.
www.kabaddiinternational.org /history.php?pagename=Organisation   (304 words)

  
 The Telegraph - Calcutta : Jamshedpur   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Breaking this deadlock, a Jharkhand boy has secured a place in the 12-member junior kabaddi team, which is scheduled to take part in the Asian Kabaddi Championships in Tehran (Iran) from November 30 to December 2.
Announcing the junior and senior teams here today, the chairman of the selection committee and president of the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India, J.S. Gehlot, said the selection committee meeting was held in New Delhi during November 9-10.
The state kabaddi association should be given credit for spotting the talent,” he said.
www.telegraphindia.com /1051127/asp/jamshedpur/story_5526356.asp   (251 words)

  
 Working in the UK - Circle/National Kabaddi work permit criteria for 2006 season   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Kabaddi is a team sport which combines the characteristics of wrestling and rugby.
As in circle Kabaddi, the two teams fight for higher scores, alternating defence and offence, by touching or capturing the players of the opposing team.
Where the accommodation allowance is not disposable, deductible or not guaranteed to the overseas national (ie, a hotel is provided for them or a house is provided with rent paid) then only up to £1419.60 per annum can be added to the salary when considering if NMW is met.
www.ind.homeoffice.gov.uk /working_in_the_uk/en/homepage/work_permits/applying_for_a_work/sports_and_ents/kabaddi.textonly.html   (1254 words)

  
 PAKISTAN KABBADDI TEAM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Participated in the Kabaddi and the Volleyball National Championships in Bangladesh from 1972-1980.
He was Honorary Kabaddi Coach of the Bangladesh Kabaddi Federation and a regular Kabaddi Coach of the Bangladesh Police team since 1981.
He has represented the Pakistan Army in the National Kabaddi Championship in 1987 and won a gold medal.
www.sports.gov.pk /html/3rd_SAF_pakistan_kabbaddi_team.htm   (349 words)

  
 Terms in the game of Kabaddi Sports in India
The continuous clear sounding recitation aloud of the approved word 'Kabaddi' within the course of one respiration shall be called cant.
One who enters the court of the opponent with the cant is known as a raider.
To stop the continuous and clear sounding chant of the word 'Kabaddi' or to take breath during a cant is known as losing the cant.
www.webindia123.com /sports/kabaddi/terms.htm   (315 words)

  
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 Kabaddi
The offending team sends out their "raider" to the enemy side of the field, where he must try to touch as many opposing teammates as possible before returning safely to his side of the court.
He must do all of this while yelling "Kabaddi, Kabaddi, Kabaddi, Kabaddi..." repeatedly and in one long breath.
Of course the defenders try to hold the poor raider down so that he runs out of "Kabaddis" on their own turf.
www.angelfire.com /wrestling3/kabaddi   (455 words)

  
 Kabaddi - an Indian game (English)
Kabaddi is usually made of 2 20 minute halves.Depending on the tournament organizers the halves can be from 10,15 or 20 Mins.
Each team usually consists of 5-6 stoppers and 4-5 raiders.At one time only 4 stoppers are allowed to play on the field.
Every time a stopper stops the raider from going back to his starting point,that stoppers team gets 1 point.On the other hand everytime the raider the raider tags one of stoppers and returns to his starting point,his team gets one point.
www.indianfootball.de /theindernet/artikel/andere/kabaddi.htm   (878 words)

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