Geethu Anna Rahul: "I want to be a role model for other youngsters."
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To all our Fellow Basketball Family,


The Basketball Federation of India needs your help…all of you. 


In a country as large and as populated as India, we need the help of all our community members to help develop the game.  It is not the responsibility of one person or one organization, but the community’s as a whole.  And for that reason, we are requesting help from all of you. 


To begin with, we want to ask each and every one of you to sign up and register with the BFI through the below link.  



With this information, the BFI will gain valuable feedback into the numbers and skills of the various disciplines of basketball and we can properly tailor programs to suit the needs of our biggest stakeholders….YOU!  Additionally, when creating programs in your respective areas/regions, we can personally invite you to participate or help us with the organization/execution. 


The BFI is keen on including our current senior and former players, specifically, into our programs to teach our youngsters the proper way of performing on the court as well as acting off the court.  Discipline, hard-work and dedication that is what will help Indian basketball make the next leap internationally.  


We look forward to all of you being a larger part of the development of basketball across our great country and we eagerly await your honest and open comments regarding the same through the registration form here. 



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