Own Correspondent, TDN World, Kolkata : Ayesha, the Golden Girl of India from the Slum of Kolkata, appeals all to stay at home and suggests people all around the globe to do excercises and meditationas as an effective means to fight the pandemic COVID-19.

She asked her Karate students to practice at home knowing that her students lives at small shacks in the slums of Kolkata where they couldn’t afford enough space to do karate.
Ayesha teaches karate to slum-girls of Kolkata free of cost, emboldening them to fight against rape, sexual harassments, and other crimes. With a target of 1 lack students every year she runs free Karate camp at Ramlila Park Moulali and in several other places. Last year 6 of her students took part in Bangkok and Thailand games and won medals for the country.

Ayesha Noor lives in a hut at 42, Mufidul Islam lane under Beniapukur police station Kolkata 700014. She lost her father in 2010. She is under Medication aftr being diagnosed of Epheleptic Seizures.

She has Represented India 4 times and won 4 gold, and a number of awards in Country and abroad. She was honoured by the Government of United States of America as Hero of Gender Equality. She recieved UPward acchievers Award (USA), International Sports Award (Thailand).ect. Girl Connected– a documentary produced by Independent Television Services (USA) – features herr struggle of life.The film was screened globally.