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Manasi Joshi: I Believe In Turning Every Adversity Into Opportunity

With para-badminton all set for a debut at the Paralympics this year, India's Manasi Joshi was training hard to give her best in Tokyo....

Above 60% Tokyo Olympics’ Volunteers “Worried or Anxious” About Coronavirus Impact

More than 60 per cent of the volunteers for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics are "worried or anxious" about the impact of the...

Post winning Arjuna Award, Indian swimmer determined to ace 2016 Paralympics

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: After winning the Arjuna Award, paralympic champion swimmer Sharath M. Gaekwad is very determined to strike gold at the 2016 Paralympics...

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