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They never ask for the sight screen to be shifted. They can only hear the ball, the strokes and the excited shrieks and shouts of their teammates. The lighting in a day-night game means little to them because the umpire is the only one who sees the game.
Cricket is a religion in India is quite well known. The game is followed ardently by the public and media alike.

CABB – South Kolkata Based Registered NGO ,  Cricket Association for the Blind of Bengal is the apex body governing, organizing and developing cricket for the blind in Bengal and has district associations and over many players affiliated at various domestic level tournaments in Bengal. CABB is affiliated to Cricket Association for the Blind in India. CABB organizes tournaments at school, district, state, zonal, national and International levels. it helps the local bodies to organize local level tournaments to spot talent, develop teams of coaches, physiotherapists, trainers, umpires and other team support personnel. CABB is also working on increasing awareness on cricket for the blind by promoting the game. CABB believes that it will be a great inspiration for the visually impaired people of the state and a reminder that the real disability is only in the mind and nothing is impossible. This attitude is required in their lives is achievable through cricket for the blind and eventually it would help them integrate in to the mainstream.
Achievements
Cricket for the Blind is a version of the sports of cricket adapted for blind and partially sighted players. It is being governed by the world Blind Cricket Council (WBCC) since 1996. So far, five ODI and two T20 world cups for the blind have been held:  New Delhi, India (1998)  Chennai, India (2002)  Islamabad, Pakistan (2006)  Cape Town, South Africa 2014 and  Dubai, UAE hosted by Pakistan 2018.  In 2012 the first Blind Cricket T20 World Cup was held in Bengaluru, India.  2nd T20 World Cup was held in a number of cities in India  WBCC organized an Asia hosted by India (2016)
 
We humble Appeal to  everyone
Stand by the side of blind brothers and sisters in these difficult times.
At a time when people from all over the world are suffering from the epidemic of compassion, the situation of the economically backward people of the society due to natural causes is even more deplorable. People with disabilities in the society usually come from economically backward families. At a time when people are struggling to survive because of economic hardship on the one hand and obstacles on the other, this global epidemic is pushing all these people further back. The most affected in this situation are the visually impaired talented children. Other people in the society are not able to stand by them due to the same economic hardship as well as social distance. So the Cricket Association for the Blind of Bengal has decided that all the blind cricketers in the heart of Bengal who used to play cricket in the past or are playing cricket now, will stand by those who have been severely affected by this global epidemic. We have decided to initially help 200 (1 person from each family i.e. 200 families) blind cricketers. The aid list will include some money for daily food and medicine and other expenses.

The Cricket Association for the Blind of Bengal, with limited powers, has so far, with the help of all of you, been helping the talented blind cricketers of Bengal to showcase their talents in the world arena. This is a time when the whole world is standing by each other's aid and showing a great humanity. We call on people from all walks of life to stand by the blind and talented cricketers of the society.
 
We each received 20 kg of rice, 10 kg of flour, 10 kg of pulses, 10 kg of potatoes, 5 kg of turnips, 2 kg of sugar, 2 kg of oil, 500 gms of various spices, 100 gms of tea, 5 packets of biscuits, 500 gms of chanachur, 4 I will give one thousand rupees in cash for soap, 250ml sanitizer, 6 face masks, medicine for family members and other expenses.

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