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Final round of Independence Day Kabaddi begins today

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The final round first phase of Independence and National Day Kabaddi competition begins today at Kabaddi stadium in the city.
Eight champions teams from eight zone will take part in the first phase of the final round, organised by Bangladesh Kabaddi Federation (BKF).
BKF general secretary and additional DIG of Bangladesh Police Habibur Rahman is expected to inaugurate the meet as the chief guest at 8 am, a BKF press release said.

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