Pro Kabaddi 2016 | Puneri Paltan beat Bengal Warriors

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Pro Kabaddi 2016 | Puneri Paltan beat Bengal Warriors

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Saketh RVK


Puneri Paltan beat the Bengal Warriors 38-31 in match 25 of Season 4 of the Pro Kabaddi League on Saturday, to go joint top of the table along with Patna Pirates. Manjeet Chillar starred for Paltan with 11 points, ably supported by Sonu Narwal and Deepak Niwas Hooda.

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The British left a lot behind when they moved out of India in 1947 - the Lutyens, Rashtrapati Bhavan, the railways, not to forget major educational and social reforms. But their influence did not stop there and extended to sports as well. They introduced a sport in India that came in as a gentlemen’s game, but was soon played by every teenager and adult in every street of India. Down the timeline, cricket became the second religion of every Indian citizen.

But before the spread of cricket into our streets and then to our hearts, there was another Indian sport which used to unite us, which made us hold hand in hand, a sport that strengthened bonds between rival teams, and even between villages. A sport which made us smell the soil and sing one word again and again – Kabaddi, Kabaddi, Kabaddi!

Read more about the rise of the ancient sport of Kabaddi

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