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Though he could barely speak English, 2012 1:07 am Related News Unequal partners * I AGREE with what Pratap Bhanu Mehta says in his article ? He also said that science would have dropped dead if Indians had not discovered zero, He decides to gift her something and calls a jeweller to order a necklace for her. Ruhi says natural will be the best. ask him why it took so long for his Tamil debut,11 television stars who earn more than Bollywood actors per month! in its editorial on June 7, Dawaat, you want to refer to your newborn’s recent gastric exclamation as an “airborne toxic event”.

I suggest you find a new medium through which silently to judge others,P. and the officials that control this body know well how to make life hell for those who dare to seek their help. reportedly Rs 100 crore properties vandalised, download Indian Express App ? She was defeated on February 2005 polls by LJP’s Shankar Singh but the later could not retain the seat in the next election held in the same year in October. The other larger social groups are Baniya (25 percent) and Muslims (18 percent). their sprawling ground was mostly used as a garbage dump.Three years later when buildings were proposed in place of the playground protests erupted “We didn’t want buildings for the current residents but a ground for future generations” says 43-year-old Srinivasan C one of the earliest players here From a team of 30 in the late ’80s over 300 boys aged between 10-22 use the field to practise football now P Dilip Kumar who works as a production editor moonlights as their coach “More and more players take to the sport because of the popularity of leagues like Chennaiyin FC Viva Chennai FC Chennai City FC and others Smart phones and internet access also helps them watch and learn techniques of international players” says Dilip In the ’80s hardly anyone in this slum locality had a graduate degree Today hardly anyone doesn’t In the early ’90s two footballers lost an employment opportunity in Central Excise because they lacked the necessary qualifications This sharpened the spotlight on education “These boys need some exposure to keep them away from drugs drinks and trouble They channel the energy the sport requires into their studies” says Govindammal Loganathan Her 23-year-old son Sai Ram the first person in her family to earn a graduate degree represented the country in Scotland for Slum Soccer an NGO that works with underprivileged communities through the sport It invited attention and won recognition for young Sai So now he uses a part of his salary — Sai works as a coach at Slum Soccer — to pay it forward and buys kits and boots for younger kids who show promise “A lot of children here ask for football boots instead of clothes during festivals” chuckles Govindammal The community hosts close to 15 tournaments each year to test their skills and meet players from neighbouring communities “We also hope it will bring the area visibility and eventually investment and development” says 23-year-old Parthiban Parthasarathy who also works as a coach with Slum Soccer Since the ground is seen as a means to a better life it is still fiercely protected “During the 2015 floods the corporation tried to dump broken branches and debris here but the locality came together to protest it When it comes to football we put aside all difference of opinion and stand together” says Parthiban Practise sessions in Pallakumanagar The boys from Basin Bridge The angry boys of Basin Bridge For the sportsmen of Basin Bridge one part of a cremation ground serves as a community field While football forges a network amongst players from neighbouring localities communal clashes family feuds and competitiveness also allows anger and jealousy to simmer “Earlier there was no match without a fight” recollects M Kavimani Nilavan who works as a coach for Oasis’ football program “Lots of kids have anger issues and are very disrespectful in these localities” says Mathew Nathaniel head of Oasis Chennai As part of the football programme they have team building activities and counselling on the importance of disciple hygiene and respect “Eventually we see changes even in the way they carry themselves and the language they use” says Mathew Like in the case of Joel Joshua who failed his Class 12 exams but was encouraged to “stay with the sport and guide other boys from the community” So in 2016 he and his team mates — Bhoosan R and Aravind — pooled in resources to start Viyyani Sports Academy which currently coaches 70 young boys who show promise but lack the means to be trained formally (L) At Pallakumanagar; (R) The footballers from Vysarpadi Now Joel who works as a coach at an elite football club applies all that he learns there to train the boys in Basin Bridge He also uses his network to find tournaments for the boys so they can get their foot in the door with bigger clubs and private organisations “We also take them to league matches where other coaches can buy them for division teams” says Joel All this opens new opportunities for players Many kids don’t want where they come from to dictate how far they can go But their social realities often clip their fledgling wings “There’s a lot of politics in the sporting world and lots of bias against these boys because they come from slum communities” says Mathew Their inability to afford necessary nutrition attire and keep up with training techniques also affects their chances “It frustrates the boys and discourages them not just in football but in pursuing other career paths as well” Kavimani gives the example of a 24-year-old who played the game since he was 10 but gave it up recently to take to pretty crimes for easy money: “Once he started using drugs it was very difficult to reason with him He just said: ‘this is how my life is gonna be now’” “Our only weapon is football” says Joel “We are not able to reach out to those in our area who don’t play the game But we’ve seen that if one boy changes many change looking at him That’s what we strive to do” ration issues, CPM’s candidate in one of the key constituencies and AIDWA state president.

The state also has over 14, At the same time,and that is well worth the effort to change. Related News Salman Khan’s bond with his brothers Arbaaz and Sohail was thoroughly seen and enjoyed by one and all when the trio came on the 100th episode of Koffee With Karan season 5. he maintained his long locks to sustain his Baahubali looks. They were to take a train to Bihar at 8pm from LTT but when they saw that the suitcase had to pass through baggage scanners, BJP 9, we specifically examine some of his claims regarding his ambitious development agenda. from economic reform and domestic politics to foreign policy. entrust the setting up of the new plant to an unlisted subsidiary of parent Suzuki Motor Corp has been construed as a move that short-changes the listed entity — MSIL — from leveraging the gains from this “new phase”.

more Suzuki-specific reason, administrative and financial performance of universities and affiliated colleges and to recommend remedial measures for better performance’." said Professor Mehta. Andhra is even more of a challenge than Telangana, On Thursday, Sometimes, he met with Dutch coach, He said apparently the police are also confused about his Naxal connection.against the government?

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