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Born in a Muslim family, Fatima Bano started her career in sports by playing Kabaddi, in which she won three national medals.1 In 1997, as advised by her Kabaddi coach, she went to Patiala, Punjab and got trained as a wrestler. Under the guidance of her coach, Shakir Noor, she participated in various national and international wrestling championships and won awards.2
In 2003, she started her wrestling ring in Bhopal in a land given by the government. She was also given Four thousand Indian rupees as a monthly salary. She coaches children and teenagers - boys and girls. She also trained players from United States, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
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