Indian Karate Association
Indian Karate Association
About Organisation :

Indian Karate Association is the premiere organisation, having it’s net work is all over India Registered with Government of India under Trust Act 1982, Registration No. IV – 00865/15 also registered with World Martial Art Council (U.K.) Registration No. – G222049 and affiliated with Byagrah Kan Karate International. Indian Karate Association was founded in 1978 by the group of Karate Kas.

Headed by Prof. M. A. Ali (World Champion 1988) who is India’s one and only highest graded Thai Martial Artist 10th Dan Black Belt & 6th Level Gold Belt (Thailand), and an International coach, having students in all over the world. He is also the Chief coach and consultant at World Head Quarter at Bangkok, Thailand.

Indian Karate Association has performed & organised more than 10,000 demonstration / camp in country & abroad, has organised Asia Cup ’91 at Railway Stadium Bilaspur (M.P.) has organised 20 times National Open Karate Championships, 19 times Universal Peace Rally at Kolkata in honour of Mother Teresa on her death anniversary. Also has organised Blood Donation Camp, Free Book Distribution, Sit & Draw Competition , Zero Balance Bank Account Opening of UBI Bank (Entally. Branch), Free Health Check Up, Press Conference’s on Communal – Harmony – Public Meeting, Cultural Events and helping Kolkata Police in organising sport's activities. Indian Karate Association is representing country since 1986 till date in several events abroad, has produced more than 700 Black Belts.

About Ayesha Noor :

Poverty can prove a real hurdle for the 17 year old Ayesha Noor of Kolkata, who may not be able to participate in `Thai Pitchai International Youth Karate Championship 2013’ in Thailand despite getting qualified. Young Ayesha hoped to win the gold medal at the International Youth Karate Championship that is beginning from 7 October, but her family has so far not been able to arrange for the huge amount of money required for the eight days long event, including air fare, lodging and other expenses.

Ayesha has earlier won two Gold medals in International Karate championships. In 2011 she won the Gold Medal in 15th International Karate Championship (young Group) at Mumbai, where athletes from 16 Countries had participated. She has twice been the national champion in 2011 and 2012.

Ayesha’s real support and guide has been her coach M. A. Ali, who has himself been `10th Degree Black-belt’ (1985), `Sixth Level Gold Belt Thailand’ and World Karate Champion in 1988. Her coach MA Ali tells TCN that the martial art karate now runs in her veins and is always on her mind.

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Ayesha suffers from eplipesy and is on regular medication, but was drawn into martial art by her another brother Mohammad Faruque since childhood. Faruque, who is also studying in B Com honors in Kolkata, has won gold twice for India in the World Karate Championship in Thailand in 2011 and 2012. He was also awarded 2010 Excellent Award by The Telegraph.
Indian Karate Association Her coach MA Ali said that he took the entire team to the West Bengal’s Secretariat at the Writers, but besides congratulations and good wishes she has so far not got any help. He also informed TCN that when Madan Mitra, current Minister for Sports and transport in West Bengal, visited the field, they approached him too. Although Mitra had assured some donations from individuals, but so far she has got no financial support.
Both Ali and Ayesha’s mother Shakila Beghum expressed displeasure that no social or Muslim organisations came forward for help.The family has still not lost hope and are praying that they are able to arrange some money in time.
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