All are day matches. Deputy commissioner Kumar Rahul said heads of all departments had been instructed to make all arrangements. Meanwhile, he said floodlights had been arranged in case of poor visibility during evening matches. He said 20,000 people were expected to see the matches on December 6.
Will be hard on dope: MalukaPunjab Kabaddi Association president Sikander Singh Maluka on Tuesday said the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) would keep a check on doping activities during the upcoming Kabaddi World Cup, starting from December 1.
He said teams of NADA would reach Punjab on Tuesday and take blood samples of players. "Players found with positive dope tests will be suspended immediately. We will not allow such players to participate in tournaments in future," he said.