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Dipika Pallikal 1 May 18
It was an absolute honour and privilege to have met our Honourable Prime Minister Shri . Thank you for your continuous support to Indian sports and we hope to keep winning medals for our Nation :)
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Amit Paranjape 18 Apr 18
"I was not insulted," clarifies Manu Bhaker "“Why do journalists go to any extent to create a sensational news? This I believe they do when they can’t get a story. Such type of wrong propaganda should be stopped,” said Bhaker."" via
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Sports Newz 18 Apr 18
became the first Indian to win two golds at the
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FootballPakistan.com (FPDC) 21 Apr 18
So let's recap Pakistan at . Population: 200m plus (2nd most populated nation in CW) Athletes sent: 56 (including 18 in the hockey team) Medals Won: 5, 1 Gold, 4 Bronze Finish on Medal Table: 24th Nobody bats an eyelid at such dismal show, media or public.
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Jayant Chaudhary 17 Apr 18
Uttar Pradesh managed 12 participants in & won 5 medals. Haryana had 38 sportsmen playing & won 22 medals! Kudos to all the athletes but UP Govt has to do more to promote sports! Meanwhile read story on how our champions r treated... via
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Rajyavardhan Rathore 30 Apr 18
It is a boon for our country to have a Prime Minister in ji who believes in the power of sports to transform our nation. I thank him again for showing belief and appreciation for our stars. His words are a great motivation for every athlete.
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Times of India 20 Apr 18
star Manika Batra recommended for Arjuna Award via
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India Today 30 Jul 18
. should receive Rs 1.7 crore for her four medals in
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Republic 19 Apr 18
| Manu Bhaker offers clarification on ‘humiliation’ of sitting on the floor
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Republic 18 Apr 18
| 15-year-old Anish Banwala says he has to prepare for exams in the next 3 days
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🚩Saffron Bengal🚩 8 Jul 18
She had suffered an injury after Rio Olympics and missed the games. Now after almost 2 years, she is back and won India's first gold medal in FIG World Cup Congratulations You have made India proud. 👏👏
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Rajyavardhan Rathore 18 Jul 18
After , young star strikes Gold again in France! Proud of this ! May many more laurels come your way, champion!
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Lokesh Nara 18 Apr 18
Proud Moments. Felicitated Venkat Rahul Ragala, on winning Gold in the Men's 85 kg category at the . On behalf of GoAP, we assure all the support in his pursuit for top glory at other events in the future.
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Jonty Rhodes 18 Apr 18
What amazing champions India is producing to inspire future generations
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ADG PI - INDIAN ARMY 18 Apr 18
General Bipin Rawat felicitated sportspersons of who as part of Indian Contingent at won 10 medals & brought glory to the Nation. will continue to support the sportsmen for greater glories.
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Sakshi Malik 2 May 18
With champion 🥊 🤼‍♀️
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President of India Sep 25
confers Arjuna Award 2018 upon Ms Nelakurthi Sikki Reddy for her outstanding achievements in Badminton •Bronze medal (Women Doubles) in •Gold medal (Mixed Team) in Commonwealth Games 2018 •Bronze medal (Women Team) in Asian Games, 2014
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Amit Paranjape 18 Apr 18
double medal winner Tejaswini Sawant visits Army’s Artificial Limb Centre, dedicates win to slain soldier Tejaswini Sawant has a special connection with the armed forces. Both her grandfathers were in the Army, while her father had served in Navy
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Anas Mallick 21 Apr 18
All this fuss of PM Abbasi being in the last row during the is actually based on seniority (duration in office) - with one exception NZ PM who is pregnant. Unfortunately both and have been misguiding - better check the books next time!
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Rajyavardhan Rathore 25 Apr 18
The successful association of sports and go back a long time in history of Indian sports. Feliciated the winners of that were empowered by Indian Railways with ji. Proud to see the incredible talent our country has in sports.
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