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  1. The LGBTQ community made a huge leap in their journey towards social recognition and equality in India and got an influential mascot in sprinter and Olympian, Dutee Chand, when she decided to come out and disclose being in a same-*** relationship with a girl from her hometown of Chaka Gopalpur in Odisha. In an interview with The Indian Express, the national record holder in 100-m sprint said, "I have found someone who is my soulmate. I believe everyone should have the freedom to be with whoever they decide they want to be with. I have always supported the rights of those who want to be in a same-*** relationship. It is an individual person's choice.” This made Chand the first and only Indian athlete to reveal her homosexuality and gathered attention from all over the world including the famous American talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres: She's the 100m record holder and the first openly gay sportsperson in India. I guess she knows a thing or two about being first. I'm so proud of her. https://t.co/auoyWY8yvk — Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) May 21, 2019 We caught up with the fearless athlete and spoke about her decision to come out and become a beacon of hope for the rest of the members, especially of the sports fraternity, who are also involved in same-*** relationships but have not mustered enough courage to speak openly about it. 'Initially I was terrified of how people would react to my sexuality but now that it is out in the open, I find myself to be in a really happy place. The fact that big celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres have showed her support for my cause means a lot to me." © Reuters "Ever since I shared my struggle, all my friends and relatives, other than my eldest sister and parents, have been good to me. They said: “Dutee, this is your personal life and you have every right to live it however you want to. We will not interfere with it.” "Ours is a democratic State and people have the authority to live their life however they want to and with whoever they want to." "Times are also changing. Back in the day, rituals suggested that women were not allowed to marry a second time. They were supposed to spend the rest of their lives all alone, as widows had their husbands expired. Now, not only can women marry multiple times but they can do so without being judged, not by the people who matter, at least." "Whenever something new happens, it is always criticised at first." "As far as my career is concerned, I have shown my worth as an athlete time and again. I have passed all their tests and excelled in doing so. I have full faith in the Sports Authority of India and the Athletics Federation of India and know that my sexual preference will have no impact on my relationship with them." © Reuters "I liked her for a really long time and even she liked me but we did nothing about it until the Supreme Court passed Article 377. As soon as the judgement was passed, I went to the girl's parents and asked them if they were open to such a relationship. They said that she was their only daughter and they are willing to do whatever it is that keeps her happy." "It was only after her parents' blessings that I told the world about our relationship." "Just like the Supreme Court decrimilarised same-*** relationships last year, I urge the judicial system to allow same-*** marriage, it would be great for people like us." "I believe in the ritual of marriage and ever since I was a little girl, I have always dreamt of getting married to someone that I love dearly and spend the rest of my life with them. If in the future, the Supreme Court does make same-*** marriage legal, I would forever be thankful to them."
  2. Indian athlete and Olympian Dutee Chand, who currently holds the national record of finishing a 100m dash in only 11.24 seconds opened about being in a same *** relationship with a woman from her hometown of Chaka Gopalpur in Odisha. In an interview with The Indinan Express, the sprinter revealed that she was in fact homosexual and was in a serious and a happy relationship with her partner, who she refused to identify as it would make her "the centre of undue attention". In doing so, Chand also became the first and only Indian athlete to come out and make her same-*** relationship public. Credit: Reuters "I have found someone who is my soulmate. I believe everyone should have the freedom to be with whoever they decide they want to be with. I have always supported the rights of those who want to be in a same-*** relationship. It is an individual person's choice," she told The Indian Express. "She is from my town and a sports fan herself. She read about the struggles that I have gone through to make a career in sports and told me that she was inspired by my story. That is how we came in touch with each other," she added. In yet another interview with the Press Trust of India (Hyderabad), Chand gave some more details about her beloved: “I am having a relationship with a 19-year-old woman from my village for the past five years. She is studying B.A. 2nd year in a Bhubaneswar college. She is a relative of mine and whenever I come home, I spend time with her. She is a kind of soul-mate for me and I want to settle down with her in future.” Credit: Reuters Now, in 2018, the Supreme Court made the relationship between two people of the same gender legal in a landmark judgement. However, the ritual of marriage in such relationships continue to remain illegal in India. Having said that, Chand's affection for someone of her own *** did lead to her making some really grave enemies at home and within her own family. While her parents have not shown protest towards her sexual preference, it is her eldest sister, who the athlete says, has threatened her of imprisonment in the past had she gone forward with the relationship. "My eldest sister kind of wields power and authority in my family. She has thrown out my elder brother from home because she does not like his wife. She has threatened me that same will happen to me. But I am also an adult who has individual freedom. So, I decided to go ahead with this and make it public.” The 23-year-old's decision to come out has to be monumental in the history of the country and her sports fraternity. Nobody knows how many other sportspersons, or even their fans, for that matter, has Chand reached out to with her courageous step. The fact that she went against the odds, and even against her family to live freely and without fear must not go unnoticed.
  3. Back in 2012, Unmukt Chand was labelled as one of the most promising young talents in Indian cricket circuit. Why, you'd ask? Well, he led India's Under-19 team to the ICC World Cup triumph that year, upsetting hosts Australia with a calm and unbeaten 111 in a tense run-chase. His temperament stood out throughout the tournament as he guided India in unfamiliar conditions—it was his third consecutive century in a final for the Under-19 side. And, soon, the cricket pundits and fans were found comparing Chand with his good friend Virat Kohli who had also shot to prominence with U-19 World Cup glory in 2008. But, the glory days are far gone and, today, Chand has almost faded away into the assembly line of aspirants working hard to earn that elusive Team India cap. From being tipped as the next Kohli, the 24-year-old - over half a decade later - has almost lived an entire lifetime comprised of major downfalls. © BCCL He was axed from the Delhi side last season and failed to find any suitors for the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) season. So, how does a player like Chand - who was expected to fly - is now struggling even to jog as far as his cricketing career is concerned? The reason has been explained by none other than Chand himself. Disheartened after getting dropped from the Delhi team, Chand revealed: "Getting dropped from Delhi was the biggest disappointment of my life. I became the scapegoat of petty politics in the team. I was playing a T20 zonal match in Mumbai two years back, when I heard the news of getting axed from the One-day side. I was leading India A in a couple of months before that, and was the highest scorer there. I had been the top run-getter for Delhi the previous season, and I was dropped. That was shocking." While domestic cricket is often considered to be a great platform for budding cricketers to prove their mettle and break into the national team, Chand's unfortunate axing from Delhi team didn't just hampered his growth, but also quashed his hopes of playing in the IPL - another tournament aimed at finding new and exciting talents in the country. © BCCL “I was retained by MI last year but because I didn't get to play matches in the previous year, I decided to get released from the squad to find a team where I could play, and not sit out, even at base price. Playing is more important than money. It was a hard decision and a big risk too, but I opted out. Unfortunately, I was dropped from the Delhi side four days before the auction, and I'm sure it didn't send the right signal to the franchisees. I wasn't picked,” he told TOI. With his spot in the Delhi set-up uncertain, Chand's desperation to have some game-time even forced him to toy with the idea of playing for another state. "Yes, I have thought about it. I have been forced to think about it. However, things are still not concrete,” he revealed. © BCCL Despite all the things he went through, Chand remained positive and even claims that his exclusion from the Delhi team liberated him in a way. “I had lived my biggest fear of getting dropped from the Delhi Ranji team, and thus overcame the fear by only realizing the next day that it was a mental barrier and nothing else. I went beyond the fear. It liberated me,” he disclosed. Always on the grind. Love pushing myself everyday. One thing sports teaches you is discipline. Nothing better than exploring my own capabilities and getting past them with continuous effort. Proves that we all have immense strength to become a better version of ourselves, provided we are ready to learn and unlearn... and it goes on and on forever. ðªð #ThusdayThoughts #IntenseWorkout #WorkoutMotivation A post shared by Unmukt Chand (@unmuktchand_official) on Aug 17, 2017 at 12:45am PDT The young gun, irrespective of the limited opportunities, continues to work hard and keep his tryst with cricketing destiny which was visible in his gritty hundred for Delhi in the Vijay Hazare Trophy last month. If his batting artistry didn't win over critics, the fact that he smashed his ton while playing with a broken jaw goes on to show his character and passion for the game. For now, this less flamboyant, yet precious talent has proved that he may be out of sight, but definitely not out of mind.
  4. Back in 2012, Unmukt Chand was labelled as one of the most promising young talents in Indian cricket circuit. And, why not, he lead India's Under-19 team to the ICC World Cup triumph that year, upsetting hosts Australia with a calm and unbeaten 111 in a tense run-chase. His temperament stood out throughout the tournament as he guided India in unfamiliar conditions - it was his third consecutive century in a final for the Under-19 side. And, soon, the cricket pundits and fans were found comparing Chand with his good friend Virat Kohli who had also shot to prominence with U-19 World Cup glory in 2008. Few years back, Unmukt Chand led India U-19 team to the Cricket World Cup victory in 2012 against Australia. Whatever happened to him after that? #U19CWCFinal — Trendulkar (@Trendulkar) February 3, 2018 But unlike Kohli, Chand failed to emulate his U-19 success in the following years. The right-hander's inconsistent form saw him suffer in domestic cricket, while a series of poor outings also robbed him off lucrative contracts in the Indian Premier League (IPL). His tumultuous form in domestic cricket also saw him getting overlooked for national selection, pushing the wonder boy into oblivion. While he might not have lived up to the hype, the 24-year-old has not lost hope as he continues to work hard in a bid to turn his career around. And, on Monday, his gritty hundred during the Vijay Hazare Trophy once again reminded everyone the kind of talent this budding cricketer possesses. © BCCL Asked to bat first by Uttar Pradesh, Delhi rode on Chand's 116-run knock to notch up an imposing total of 307 at the loss of three wickets in the allotted 50 overs. Opening the innings, the Delhi batsman hit 12 fours and three sixes during his 125-ball innings and also gave his team a brilliant opening stand of 107 runs with his partner Hiten Dalal (57) against UP. Playing through pain defines character and @UnmuktChand9 has it in abundance. Cheers to you for a knock that will change lot of perceptions. — Kushan Sarkar (@kushansarkar) February 6, 2018 But, if Chand's artistry with the willow won over the critics, the fact that he smashed the hundred while batting with a broken jaw goes on show his character and passion for the game. Few hours ahead of the game, Chand was injured in the nets before being diagnosed with a broken jaw. © Twitter His knock eventually proved pivotal for Delhi who eventually romped to an emphatic win after bowling UP out for 252 runs in 45.3 overs at the Luhnu Cricket Ground in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh. Wow... this is called passion. @UnmuktChand9 the future star of India ð https://t.co/YI0FHUYyoG — Sakshi Joshi (@sakshijoshii) February 5, 2018 For a man who was recently dropped from the Delhi side for the Ranji Trophy semi-final and final, Chand has noticeably made the necessary changes to turn his career around. He regained his confidence with a match-winning half-century for Delhi in the title clash of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament. And, his latest hundred promises bigger and better things for the troubled star.
  5. <p>Dutee Chand failed to qualify for the 100m finals but, for us, she'll always be a champion. We'll definitely see a stronger and better Dutee at Tokyo 2020.</p>
  6. Pakistan - Aye pak watan tuj pe jaan qurbaan چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن میرے کھیتوں کی مٹی میں لعلِ یمن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن میرے ملاح لہروں کے پالے ہوئے میرے دہکاں پسینوں کے ڈھالے ہوئے میرے مزدور اس دور کے کوہکن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن میرے فوجی جوان جراتوں کے نشان میرے اہلِ قلم غظمتوں کی زباں میرے محنت کشوں کے سنہرے بدن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن میری سرحدوں پہ پہرا ہے ایمان کا میرے شہروں پہ سایہ ہے قرآن کا میرا اک اک سپاہی ہے خیبرشکن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن میرے دہکاں یونہی ہل چلاتے رہیں میری مٹی کو سونا بناتے رہیں گیت گاتے رہیں میرے شعلہ بدن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن چاند میری زمیں پھول میرا وطن
  7. محبت"۔۔۔۔" محبت یہ نہیں کہ چاند کو تم توڑ کے لاو محبت یہ نہیں کہ تم ستارے مانگ میں بھر دو محبت یہ نہیں کہ وعدے کر لو سات جنموں کے محبت یہ نہیں کہ پھول راہوں میں بچھا دو تم محبت ہے کہ تم جو ہاتھ تھامو چھوڑ نہ دینا محبت ہے کہ قلبِ جان کو تم توڑ نہ دینا محبت ہے کہ تم محبوب سے منہ موڑ نہ لینا محبت ہے کہ تم جھگڑو لڑو اور روٹھ بھی جاو ستا کر مسکرا کر پھر منا لینا بھی آتا ہو !!..کسی کے عارض و رخسار جب شرم و حیا سے سرخ ہوجائیں تو اپنے لب جبین ناز پہ تم رکھ کے یہ کہہ دو میں وہ سب نہیں کرسکتا کہ ممکن نہیں جو کچھ مگر میں وعدہ کرتا ہوں کہ جب تک سانس باقی ہے تمہاری زندگی میں الفتوں کا سایہ کردوں گا تمہارے لاڈ ناز و نخرے سب کچھ میں اٹھاوں گا زمانے بھر کی نفرت سے تمہیں ہر پل چھپاؤں گا مجھے تم سے محبت ہے کہوں یا نہ کہوں لیکن مجھے کتنی محبت ہے میں وہ کر کے دکھاؤں گا۔۔۔
  8. شہرِ دل کی گلیوں میں شام سے بھٹکتے ہیں !چاند کے تمنائی بے قرار سودائی دل گداز تاریکی روح جاں کو ڈستی یے روح و جاں میں بستی ہے شہرِ دل کی گلیوں میں تاک شب کی بیلوں پر شبنمیں سر شکوں کی بے قرار لوگوں نے بے شمار لوگوں نے یاد گار چھوڑی ہے اتنی بات تھوڑی ہے صد ہزار باتیں تھیں حیلۂ شکیبائی صورتوں کی زیبائی قامتوں کی رعنائی ان سیاہ راتوں میں ایک بھی نہ یاد آئی جا بجا بھٹکتے ہیں کس کی راہ تکتے ہیں چاند کے تمنائی یہ نگر کبھی پہلے اس قدر نہ ویراں تھا کہنے والے کہتے ہیں قریہ نگاراں تھا خیر اپنے جینے کا یہ بھی ایک ساماں تھا آج دل میں ویرانی ابر بن کے گھر آئی آج دل کو کیا کہیے با وفا نہ ہرجائی پھر بھی لوگ دیوانے آ گئے ہیں سمجھانے اپنی وحشت دل کے بن لیے ہیں افسانے خوش خیال دنیا نے گرمیاں تو جاتی ہیں وہ رتیں بھی آتیں ہیں جب ملول راتوں میں دوستوں کی باتوں میں جی نہ چین پائے گا اور اوب جائے گا آہٹوں سے گونجے گی شہرِ دل کی پہنائی اور چاند راتوں میں چاندنی کے شیدائی ہر بہانے نکلیں گے آزمانے نکلیں گے آرزو کی گہرائی ڈھونڈنے کو رسوائی سرد سرد راتوں کو زرد چاند بخشے گا بے حساب تنہائی بے حجاب تنہائی !!!شہرِ دل کی گلیوں میں ابنِ انشاء
  9. ﭼﻨﺪ ﻟﻤﺤﻮﮞ ﮐﺎ ﮨﮯ ﺯﻭﺍﻝ ﻣﺮﺍ ﺍﺳﮑﻮ ﺁﺗﺎ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﺧﯿﺎﻝ ﻣﺮﺍ ﺁﭖ ﮐﺎ ﺑﮭﯽ ﮐﻮﺋﯽ ﺟﻮﺍﺏ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﺁﭖ ﺳﻨﺘﮯ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﺳﻮﺍﻝ ﻣﺮﺍ ﺭﻧﮓ ﺑﮭﺮﺗﺎ ﮨﻮﮞ ﻣﯿﮟ ﭼﺮﺍﻏﻮﮞ ﻣﯿﮟ ﺗﻮ ﻧﮯ ﺩﯾﮑﮭﺎ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﺟﻤﺎﻝ ﻣﺮﺍ ﭼﯿﺨﺘﯽ ﮨﯿﮟ ﺧﻤﻮﺷﯿﺎﮞ ﻣﺠﮫ ﻣﯿﮟ ﺁﺋﯿﮯ ﺩﯾﮑﮭﯿﺌﮯ ﮐﻤﺎﻝ ﻣﺮﺍ ﺣﻮﺻﻠﮧ ﮨﮯ ﺗﺮﮮ ﻓﻘﯿﺮﻭﮞ ﮐﺎ ﺩﯾﮑﮫ ﻣﺠﮫ ﮐﻮ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﻣﻼﻝ ﻣﺮﺍ ﺯﯾﻦ ﮨﻨﺲ ﮐﺮ ﮔﻠﮯ ﻟﮕﺎﺅﮞ ﺍُﺳﮯ ﻟﻮﭦ ﺁﺋﮯ ﺟﻮ ﺧﻮﺵ ﺧﯿﺎﻝ ﻣﺮﺍ
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