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International Women's Day: Popular women achievers of India

On International Women's Day today let's shed light on women achievers of India.

India TV Entertainment Desk [ Updated: March 08, 2018 15:24 IST ]
  • The young Indian professional badminton player PV Sindhu brought laurel to the nation by becoming the first Indian woman to win an Olympic silver medal in 2016.
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    The young Indian professional badminton player PV Sindhu brought laurel to the nation by becoming the first Indian woman to win an Olympic silver medal in 2016.

  • Another inspiration for all the young women out there is Indian freestyle wrestler Sakshi Malik. She made all the Indians proud by winning bronze in the 58 kg category at 2016 Summer Olympics.
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    Another inspiration for all the young women out there is Indian freestyle wrestler Sakshi Malik. She made all the Indians proud by winning bronze in the 58 kg category at 2016 Summer Olympics.

  • Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone, who herself suffered depression is providing genuine help to people through her NGO -Live Love Laugh Foundation. Deepika deserve appreciation for this commendable effort.
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    Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone, who herself suffered depression is providing genuine help to people through her NGO -Live Love Laugh Foundation. Deepika deserve appreciation for this commendable effort.

  • Arundhati Bhattacharya, who is the first woman to lead an India-based Fortune 500 company, can turn an inspiration for many.
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    Arundhati Bhattacharya, who is the first woman to lead an India-based Fortune 500 company, can turn an inspiration for many.

  • Arunachal's Anshu Jamsenpa, scripted history by becoming first Indian woman to scale Mt Everest for the 4th time.
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    Arunachal's Anshu Jamsenpa, scripted history by becoming first Indian woman to scale Mt Everest for the 4th time.

  • Two women achievers of India Air Marshal Padma Bandopadhyay Retd., who is the senior most woman officer to have served in the Indian Air Force and Flying Officer Avani Chaturvedi, IAF’s 1st woman fighter pilot in a single frame.
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    Two women achievers of India Air Marshal Padma Bandopadhyay Retd., who is the senior most woman officer to have served in the Indian Air Force and Flying Officer Avani Chaturvedi, IAF’s 1st woman fighter pilot in a single frame.

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