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Dad) on May 5 in around 7,attached to travelling to Bangladesh”. kya hua’ subsided with Vijender raising his hand ecstatically in the blue corner. The crowd got the cue and climbed their seats and started jumping One crucial box was checked Winning a title they say is easy To defend it is the real deal Now that Vijender has done this the question arises what’s next for him “We want to take one step at a time” his promoter Neerav Tomar said “But now since he has defended the Asia-Pacific title maybe it’s time to find a new title for him: maybe a Commonwealth or a European one” Market for pro-boxing in India There is certainly a market for pro boxing in India as was evident from the turnout at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex and the buzz that this bout created on social media It’s an appetite that has been stoked and whetted by India’s one decade of showing in amateur boxing as well as the advent of UFC on TV The spectators came looking for knockouts and Vijender delivered after they had patiently sat through the undercard bouts Some were engaging while others were no contests The only fight where an Indian lost was right before the main event Scott Edwards defeated India’s Pardeep Dharera in a scrappy but intense bout Edwards in fact stepped into the biggest cheer before Vijender Turned out it was for Baba Ramdev who had just the entered the arena In whichever direction the Baba waved the crowd went mad There were other celebrities too from politics and TV and they were involved in an interesting ringside game of their own If they or their entourage sat in the rear rows they would see their chance and jump to the next with every passing bout until they were right on the edge of action and in the spotlight In the end however there was only one man who was hogging it For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Dipti Nagpaul D’souza | Updated: March 14 2016 3:17 pm A still from With This Ring Top News When Ameesha Joshi and Anna Sarkissian returned to Canada in 2006 after spending two months at a training camp in Delhi for the Indian women boxing team they thought they had their film in place But once they started sifting through the footage they had acquired the Canada-based documentary filmmakers realised that something was amiss Although they had captured the hard work put in by these women to make a career in boxing the narrative lacked their personal stories “We had gone there wanting to project the challenges a woman in India faces when she takes up a career as unconventional as boxing But that wasn’t coming through” recounts Sarkissian The duo would spend a decade on the project that is now ready as a documentary titled With this Ring The 90-minute film which premiered at the Mumbai International Film Festival in January this year is having multiple screenings in Delhi Ahmedabad Pune and Indore over the next few weeks (details on withthisringfilmcom) However Joshi who is currently in India and her co-director admit that the film has come a long way from what they had earlier conceived as is true for most documentaries With this Ring with three Indian women pugilists — MC Mary Kom Sarita Devi and Chhoto Loura — as protagonists looks at the struggle of women sportspersons their aspirations and journeys While the directors were sure even in 2008 when they began to trail the boxing team that Mary Kom would emerge as one of their key characters it took a while to zero in on Loura and Sarita “Mary Kom was already successful then but wasn’t famous But there was something about her that made us take a keen interest” explains Sarkissian With Sarita among the top three Indian women pugilists who would later come to be remembered for her refusal to accept the bronze medal at the 2014 Asian Games the directors were taken in by the contrast between her shy personality and fierce boxing skills “Chhoto became our friend by the end of the trail but it was her complexity that we found interesting She was the only one who wasn’t affected by success or failure but driven by her pure passion and love for the sport It drove the young girl from Haryana to fight not only against the conservative society but also her severe injuries to emerge among the top three at the time” Sarkissian adds Joshi and Sarkissian say the film also helped them understand the passion and desperation to succeed in a sporting career — most of these boxers are from financially weak backgrounds and a career in sports is their hope to change their circumstances “This was while filming at a training camp in Vizag It was 45 degrees outside and we were in a closed room dripping with sweat But these women in full gear came for the practice and were at it for two hours without a pause” Sarkissian recounts Joshi adds that success and medals also help bring around families who were perhaps earlier opposing their decision In the process of understanding the characters the makers have travelled extensively with the protagonists — to China Barbados the UK and several Indian cities including their hometowns During the stint in Manipur home to both Mary Kom and Sarita they also look at the factors that make the state a big contributor to Indian sports However where the documentary stands out is in its unbiased portrayal of the sporting icon Mary Kom During the course of the trail the makers have explored the grey areas in the selection process the alleged favouritism Mary Kom enjoys among the selectors and the resentment that brews within the Indian women’s boxing team “For us it was a part of the exploration of the characters They work so hard to succeed but they don’t just fight their families and the conservative societal norms but also have to deal with the politics of the sports” explains Joshi a Canadian of Indian origin who met Sarkissian in Montreal at the university She adds that while Sarita has watched the film Loura and Mary Kom are yet to see it Once the makers had the material they needed finding a competent editor proved a challenge too The duo brought on board Jackie Dzuba who was located 5000 kilometres away from them “It took us two years but now we are ready to show the film in India” says Joshi For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Dhaka | Published: October 1 2016 12:36 pm England are in Bangladesh for a two-Test tour after which they head to India (Source: Reuters) Top News England’s one-day internationalcricket side arrived in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka onFriday amid huge security for a three-match series officialssaid The visiting side landed at Dhaka’s Hazrat ShahjalalInternational Airport shortly before 900 pm local time and was immediately surrounded by a big security presence policesaid “Huge number of security personnel were deployed here atthe airport for the visiting England side” said airport police chief Nur-e-Azam “In addition to regular security forces members of otherforces including the elite Rapid Action Battalion and police were deployed in providing security to the visiting side” hesaid Hossain Imam chief security consultant of the BangladeshCricket Board confirmed that the visiting side was escortedto a hotel under heavy protection Bangladesh authorities had earlier promised England’scricketers “unprecedented security” in a desperate attempt to prevent the country from becoming a no-go zone forinternational sport England’s tour which also comprises two Tests was throwninto doubt after an attack on a cafe in Dhaka in July that killed 18 foreigners many of whom were mostly hacked todeath by suspected Islamist militants? “My son, Talking about her experience on the show.

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