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Kshitij,By: Express Web Desk | Published: August 13” he said.

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We are not that low. He said his side will show the world that they can also compete against the best in the world. This time she is off to Australia. You’re Killing Me by Saba Imtiaz. has come out with an editorial called “Cleaning the mess in cricket”. then itself it was obvious that it is something beyond cricket. If anyone opposes these private squads, the more TRPs they get. Krystal Dsouza-Aham Sharma, See pics The event was attended by the who’s who of the television industry.

19-year-old Mohammed Shirajullah decided to take a plunge into the unknown as he ran away from his Nga Khu Village in Arakan state,a river after escaping from his village and ended up in Bangladesh.Despite being aware of the dangers Riyaz (as he is also known as) took the risk and crossed two international borders as he made his way from Myanmar to the Indian state of Tripura through Bangladesh “It was at midnight when my parents woke me up asked me to leave A group of men with guns had come near our house and I did not know what to do but simply ran I did not even have time to change my clothes or think about my family or my loved ones All Iknew was that I wanted to survive and breathe” he said According to Riyaz youngsters are regularly targetted and mercilessly beaten and killed However he managed to survive as he used to teach kids in his village Upon reaching Tripura however he was nabbed by a policeman After learning about his situation in an act of kindness the policeman paid some money and asked him to go to Delhi With no clue as to how to go about in Delhi he met a policeman who took him to a hospital after seeing his condition He had not eaten anything during his journey from Tripura to Delhi After two weeks of treatment Riyaz was finally able to muster some strength and walk “I am really thankful to the Delhi police for helping me out at the critical stage It helped me stay alive and kept my passion for football alight From 2012 to 2015 I worked in various sectors but always made it a point to play football whenever I got time It helped me forget all the pain that I had been through” Rohingya Shining Stars has a mix of players from the age of 17 to 36 but one thing that binds them together is the undying passion for football Towards the end of 2015 as more and more Rohingya Muslims started to enter and settle in Delhi Riyaz (who plays as a defender) decided to form a core group of players and termed it as the Rohingya Shining Stars (Youth Club of Delhi) The team comprises players from the age of 17 to 36 but one thing that bonds them together is the undying passion for football They may not have the best of equipment but that is not a barrier from running in the field So what is that they love about Delhi “Playing any form of sport is a right something that we did not have back home We had no respect no right to play and no right to live We were targeted humiliated and many of us killed In Delhi we have the right to play It frees our mind and relieves the tensionWhat more could we want” Additionally football also allows the Rohingya community to make people aware of their situation and their problems Riyaz said “It has a wider reach and the younger generation can understand our problems It also helps to keep politics aside” Riyaz and his teammates now want the Supreme Court which is hearing a case on their deportation to consider their plight and allow them to live “Delhi gave us the freedom to play football don’t take it away from us” he says “We make one appeal to people that please care about us We are not the only ones being killed back home Even the Hindus are being mercilessly treated there If SC allows us to live here then it will allow us to live a dignified life It will help us pursue our passion for football and take India’s name forward we may be from another country but we want to play for India and would love to make India proud” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News Jasvir Singh and Mumbai’s leaky defence seemed to have given up even before half of the second half was done. but Jaipur somehow saw it through with the final score being 36-39 in their favour. the government of Tamil Nadu entered into a partnership with the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) to institutionalise the use of evidence in policymaking by rigorously evaluating innovative programmes before they are scaled up, “Tamil Nadu would welcome a similar move towards empirical evidence-based policymaking at the government of India level as well. 2016 4:48 pm Mona Lisa is seen dancing on a truck with other banjara dancers in the title track of Bunty Aur Babli. She revealed that she was a part of the title track of Yash Raj Films, 2016 6:57 pm Bigg Boss 10: Wild card entrant Priyanka Jagga will target the friendship between Manu and Mona.co/ougnNa9FPp — COLORS (@ColorsTV) November 28.

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