Sukhbir affirms to include Kabaddi in Olympics

Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, who also holds the Sports portfolio, today reiterated his resolve to include Kabaddi in Olympic curriculum inviting cooperation from neighbouring nations for accelerating the move in this regard.

India defeat Pakistan to lift Kabaddi World Cup

India beat Pakistan 48-39 to emerge champions of the fourth World Cup Kabaddi played at the Guru Nanak Stadium Saturday night.

India, Pakistan to jointly organise 5th World Cup Kabaddi

India and Pakistan will jointly host the next edition of the World Cup Kabaddi to foster goodwill, brotherhood and friendship between the two nations, it was announced here Saturday.

Easy wins for Indian teams at Kabaddi World Cup

Indian men registered their second win of the 2013 Kabaddi World Cup as they breezed past Spain in their group match while women`s team defeated Kenya in an easy encounter on Tuesday.

Pakistan women in Kabaddi World cup

Women from Pakistan among others will flex muscles at the 4th World Cup Kabaddi (circle style) to be held in Punjab from November 30 to December 14.

India bags Kabaddi World Cup in both Men’s, Women’s category

It was a great day for Indian sports as India clinched the Kabaddi World Cup title, in both men’s and women’s category on Saturday.

India thrash Pakistan to win men`s Kabaddi World Cup

For the third consecutive time, India won the men`s final of the World Kabaddi Cup here Saturday by crushing arch-rivals Pakistan 59-22.

Canadian Kabaddi player tests positive in World Cup

A Canadian player participating in the ongoing third kabaddi World Cup here has tested positive for a banned substance.

Indian men storm into semis of Kabaddi World Cup

The Indian men`s team on Tuesday stormed into the semifinals of the 3rd Kabaddi World Cup, crushing Denmark 73-28 in a completely one-sided match here.

Denmark vies to host Kabaddi World Cup

Kabaddi Federation of Denmark is vying to host the Kabaddi World Cup here in the near future.

Bank felicitates Kabaddi player Krishna Dabas

Krishna Dabas, a member of the Kabaddi World Cup winning team, was felicitated by Bank of Maharashtra on Wednesday.

Govt jobs for three Maharashtrian kabaddi players

Three Maharashtra-based players of the world cup-winning Indian kabaddi team will be given class-I jobs in the state government, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar announced.

Rs 5 lakh award for Kabbadi team skipper Mamatha

Hailing the Indian Kabbadi team for winning the inaugural World Cup, Karnataka Chief Minister D V Sadananda Gowda on Monday announced Rs five lakh cash prize to the victorious captain Mamatha Poojary, who belongs to the state

India clinch women`s Kabaddi World Cup championship

India clinched the first women`s Kabaddi World Cup championship title, defeating Iran 25-19 in the final played at Patlipura sports complex at Kankerbagh on Sunday.

Iran enter women`s Kabaddi World Cup final

Iran defeated Thailand 46-26 to storm into the final of the inaugural Women`s Kabaddi World Cup Championship on Sunday.

16 countries to take part in Kabaddi World Cup

As many as 16 countries will take part in the Kabaddi World Cup to be held in Bihar from March 1-5, as part of the state`s centenary celebrations, an official said.

India defeat Canada to lift Kabaddi World Cup

Hosts India defeated Canada 59-25 in the final to lift the World Cup in men`s Kabaddi at Guru Nanak Stadium.

NADA wants adequate security for its officials in Kabaddi WC

As doping continues unabated in the ongoing Kabaddi World Cup being held in different towns of Punjab, National Anti Doping Agency (NADA) today demanded adequate security for its officials to avoid any untoward incident from taking place.

US team banned from World Cup kabaddi

The US men kabaddi team has been banned from the ongoing World Cup in Punjab after the players refused to take doping tests, an official said Wednesday.

4 more including 1 Indian in dope net at kabaddi WC

The doping controversy at the ongoing kabaddi World Cup is growing wider with every passing day as four more players, including one Indian, tested positive for banned substances, taking the list of offenders to a whopping 22.