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    ED Poster Series: Get Over Your Cricket Hangover, Here Are Sports That Need Your Attention

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    March 6, 2017

    By Vrinda Singh

    I’m sure that for a majority of you who can’t wait to get back home to watch the cricket match or the football match, there exist some people who yearn for THEIR game/sport to be recognized and appreciated.

    Let me ask you!

    Who’s your favorite cricketer in the blind cricket team?
    Who’s your favorite squash player from India?
    Who do you know from the Indian Ice Hockey team?
    Basketball lovers? Let me ask which Indian has beaten all odds registered INDIA on the World Basketball Map?

    Here we give you a tiny glimpse of just the recent accomplishments by people who make us immensely proud without any limelight. After all, actions speak louder than words, right?

    We hope you follow these and other such outstanding performances, brilliant achievers and players.
    India is not just about cricket and badminton, guys!
    It’s also about those Kashmiri women who are trying to make ice rugby possible. Try enquiring!

    Little efforts will help our Nation grow, little steps matter!


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