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No Money To buy Shoes ,Ajay Malik Beats Odds To Become National Tennis Champion

Making a mockery of high-class infrastructure and facilities, Ajay Malik has emerged as the new national tennis champion, literally from dirt, by practising on mud courts, developed by his father on agricultural land. At the just-concluded National Tennis Championship at the DLTA Complex, 13-year-old Ajay relied on his supreme strength and ordinary diet to win the Under-14 boys singles title. …

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Meet Ishan Pandita Who Becomes The First Indian Footballer To Sign A La Liga Contract

Bengaluru Boy Ishan Pandita Sign’s La Liga Contract Bengaluru boy Ishan Pandita became the first Indian player to sign for a Spanish football league La Liga club after he sealed a one-year deal with Club Deportivo Leganes. Leganes is the newly promoted side in the La Liga tournament, and presently, they are in the 11th position. The 18-year-old will begin …

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Meet Kieren D’Souza – The First Indian To Complete The World’s Toughest Race – The Spartathlon

Kieren Dsouza Becomes First Indian To Complete Spartathlon : It takes the might of a Spartan to make it to the finishing line of the gruelling 246-km Spartathlon, an annual run between Athens and Sparta, which is widely considered as the toughest race in the world. On Saturday, 23-year-old Kieren Dsouza became the first Indian to reach the finishing line …

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Javelin thrower Annu Rani sets new national record : First Indian Woman To Cross 60m Mark

Javelin thrower Annu Rani smashed her own national record and in the process she became the first Indian woman to cross the 60m mark on the third and penultimate day of the 56thOpen National Athletics Championships on Thursday. Annu, who won a bronze in the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, threw the javelin to a distance of 60.01m to erase her own …

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World Summer Games 2015: Looking Back At The 2015 Special Olympics, When India Won 173 Medals!

While India’s largest ever contingent winning two medals at the Rio Olympics was well reported and covered by the media, India’s unprecedented performance at the Special Olympics World Games organised last year went largely unnoticed. The Special Olympic Games, organised for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, hosted around 6,500 athletes from 177 countries. The performance displayed by Indian athletes …

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Meet Deepak Punia ,Milkman’s Son From Haryana Wins Gold At World Cadet Wrestling Championships

Haryana wrestler Deepak Punia, the son of a milkman, has won the gold medal in the 85 kg category of third World Cadet Wrestling Championships. He is now being touted as one of the future wrestlers of India who will replace the likes of Sushil Kumar and Yogeshwar Dutt and bring laurels to the country. Probably the biggest motivation for …

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Devendra Jhajharia Journey From A Small Village Boy To The Winner Of Gold At Paralympics

Millions of Indians revelled in joy as Devendra Jhajharia became the first paralympian from India who won two gold medals at the Rio Paralympics, 2016. What is more surprising, he broke his own records and received the honour at the Rio Games. Devendra Jhajharia also won gold for India at the Athens Games in 2004 and topped the men’s F46 …

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Devendra Jhajharia : First Indian To Clinch Two Gold Medal At The Rio Paralympics

HIGHLIGHTS: Devendra won his previous gold in the 2004 Athens Games. Devendra bettered his own world record to finish on top in the men’s F46 event. This is the fourth medal for India in Rio Paralympics Accolades started to pour in for Devendra Jhajharia as from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to former cricketers such as Virender Sehwag and Mohammad Kaif congratulated …

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[Watch] Rio Paralympics: India Wins Historic Gold And Bronze In High Jump

Today is the day to rejoice for the Indian contingent at the Rio Paralympics 2016 as high jumper Mariyappan Thangavelu has clinched the gold medal while his compatriot Varun Singh Bhati bagged the bronze in men’s high jump T-42 event. While Thangavelu created history by bagging the first-ever gold for the country at paraParalympics high jump with a leap of 1.89 …

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