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Tuesday February 6, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan national cricket team smashed Zimbabwe national cricket team in their first T20 match by 5 wickets in Sharjah stadium, UAE.
According to BNA report, first Zimbabwe cricket players started batting and by losing 9 wickets scored 121 runs as a target in 20 overs.
Then, Afghanistan national cricket players started batting and easily chased 121 runs in 15 overs by losing five wickets.
Leg-spinner Rashid Khan took three wickets while Mohammad Nabi smacked a quick-fire 40 as Afghanistan strolled to a five-wicket win over Zimbabwe.
It is supposed that Afghanistan national cricket team to face with Zimbabwe national cricket team in second match of the series tonight at 7:30 pm.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Monday, February 05, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Kabir Khoshbeen who had spent his childhood time in destitution and plenty of problems but had felt himself a lucky and perfect person with his two hands and healthy body.
Since he was a courageous and sociable boy, his personality had caused him to find many friends outdoor. He has different memories from school time. But 18 years ago he lost one of his hands in a bomb explosion during devastating wars and conflicts. He would never forget it.
Currently Kabir Khoshbeen is an active member of Handicapped Sport Federation or Afghanistan Paralympic. He is 28 and since 6 years he has been wearing the shirt of national team. He is student of a private university and at the same time breadwinner of his family. In an interview with our correspondent, talking on his sport records and activities, Khoshbeen said, for 12 years now I have been involved in Football, swimming and Ping Pong with many achievements.
In 2007, he went on to say, I had a trip to Iran and there I received training on handicapped sport. In 2009 I was selected as one of the good players. In 2010, I attended Asian competitions in China with the participation of 41 countries and achieved seventh position in the name of the country’s handicapped, I didn’t become disappointed and continued my exercises.
He added, in 2012 the Asian Championship competitions was held in Malaysia with the participation of 21 premier countries in which I was permitted to participate in 400 meter and 800 meter running groups and fortunately this time I achieved two medals of Asia Championship and one medal from parliament of Afghanistan. Lack of one hand was very painful to me and my close friends left me alone. I was insulted for being handicapped.
He continued, isolation had disturbed and tired me but I managed to sweep the dust of the grievance of lacking one hand with hard work and sport. I spent six years in isolation and then restarted sport, I noticed that lacking one hand doesn’t mean losing everything. In contrary in lack of one hand, thousands hands could applaud for and encourage me. It should be mentioned that my goal is raising the name of my country and its handicapped. Handicapped could also serve their country like their healthy brothers.
Talking on his biggest wish, Khoshbeen said I wish several sport centers be established for mental and physical training of handicapped in Afghanistan because like healthy people, handicapped have also right of sport and education and this forgotten category can also be the source of service with self-reliant to their society. The mystery behind my successes was my permanent exercises and strong determination. I had never considered myself as a handicapped and disabled. I hate isolation from people. Although there were a lot of problems ahead of me like a big mountain, but I didn’t lost hope and was at close quarters with all problems. I am thankful from officials of Afghanistan Paralympic and ICRC who had supported and encouraged us.
Nangyalai-Osmani
 

Thursday February 1, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Selective competitions for Women National Taekwondo Team continuing in Kabul city.
Bashir Taraki coach of National Taekwondo Team told BNA reporter, about 100 woman athletes are participating in the tournaments and 32 top athletes will be selected for Women National Taekwondo Team.
The aim of the competitions is selecting of top athletes for National Taekwondo Team.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Monday January 29, 2018
Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb Zadran fetched a hefty pay-check of Rs 4 crore from Kings XI Punjab, thus becoming the third Afghan player to be bought by an IPL franchise after Rashid Khan (Rs 9 crore to SRH), Mohammad Nabi (Rs 1 crore to SRH). Zadran, part of the Afghanistan Under-19 squad in the ongoing ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in New Zealand, is the first player born in the 21st century to play in the ODIs. Zadran had shot to fame claiming four wickets in debut against Ireland in 2017. Born on 28 March 2001, Zadran took Afghanistan to their maiden U-19 Asia Cup victory, when the team beat Pakistan. He took 20 wickets in the tournament held in Kuala Lumpur and went on to claim 17 wickets against Bangladesh in a bilateral Youth ODI series. In the capped spinners bracket, Nathan Lyon, Fawad Ahmed, Pragyan Ojha and Tabrez Shamsi went unsold. In the uncapped batsmen bracket, India under-19 star Manjot Kalra was bought by Delhi Daredevils for a base price of Rs 20 Lakh. Sachin Baby was picked by Sunrsiers Hyderabad for a base price for Rs 20 Lakh. UP's Rinku Singh was taken by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 80 Lakh.
The Times of India
Ansari

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