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Jinder Mahal – How This Punjabi Jatt Sikh Won the WWE Championship!

Commonly known as Jinder Mahal, Yuvraj Singh Dhesi is an Indo-Canadian professional wrestler who performs on the SmackDown Brand under WWE .He won WWE Championship 2017 over Randy Orton at Backlash becoming the 50th WWE Champion and the first wrestler of Indian descent to win the title.

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Meet Mirabai Chanu, first Indian to win a gold medal at the World weightlifting championship after a wait of over two decades!

Saikhom Mirabai Chanu is an Indian female weightlifter, born on 8 August 1994 in the Manipur state of India. She ended a long wait of over two decades for India in weightlifting by winning the Gold medal in the 48 kg category at 2017 World Weightlifting Championships held in Anaheim, United...

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Anish Bhanwala: The 15 year old record breaker!

Nowadays, teenagers define themselves by their social media account, rather than their achievements. If one doesn’t have a Facebook Account at the age of 15, then he/she is not qualified as a modern teenager and is often bullied about it. But there are few for whom other myriad things

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Hima Das: A run from Assam's rice field towards India's first gold medal!

Hima Das became the first Indian woman athlete to win a gold medal at the World Under-20 Track and Field Championships. Being just 18 years old, she's the youngest and the only Indian to achieve such an accomplishment. She was clocked at 51.32 seconds in Gold Coast this year in April to set an...

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NT Lalbiakkima Nutlai - The Five Feet Indian Boxer Who Shook the World!

NT Lalbiakkima Nutlai a 22-year-old Indian boxer shocked the whole world by defeating the Olympic gold medalist and world number one boxer Hassanboy Dusmatov on his debut international tournament at the Kazakhstan President's International Cup.

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Saina Nehwal - The Badminton Queen Of India!

Saina Nehwal is a sports icon all across the globe and her life journey proves that nothing is impossible to achieve in this world, all you got to do is make the hard call at the right time. Saina has dedicated her life to badminton which led her to become the world's number one after 25 long years.

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