The Tokyo Olympics participants, including medallists like Chopra, PV Sindhu and Mirabai Chanu, were present during the 75th Independence Day celebrations at the Red Fort.
After winning the javelin in Tokyo, and in the process becoming India's first athletics gold medallist in Olympic history, Chopra's profile sky-rocketed," the global governing body said
The spectacle saw the light of the day after staving off numerous challenges on the way
The 26-year-old said she is very proud of the achievement and wants to enjoy every moment of it.
Sonam, a two-time Cadet World Champion (2017, 2019), had qualified for the Tokyo Games by making the final at the Asian Qualifier in April in Almaty.
The 23-year-old pugilist will meet reigning world champion Busenaz Surmeneli of Turkey, who hammered Ukraine's Anna Lysenko in her quarterfinal bout
Naomi Osaka lost to former French Open finalist Marketa Vondrousova of the Czech Republic 6-1, 6-4 in the third round of the Olympic tennis tournament on Tuesday.
"You will not see in our coverage some things that we have been seeing in the past, with details and close-up on parts of the body," Olympic Broadcasting Services chief executive Yiannis Exarchos said Monday.
The 27-year-old Bhavani bumped into world number three and Rio Olympic semifinalist Manon Brunet
Indian shooting ace lost nearly 20 minutes during her qualifications, leading to a heartbreaking exit from the women's 10m air pistol event.
Ranked 38 and seeded 26th, Sathiyan had a commanding 3-1 lead but lost four games in a row to lose 3-4 to the 95th ranked Hong Kong player.
Following is the complete schedule of Indian action on Sunday
Karnam Malleswari, the Telugu athlete who won India’s first ever medal in weightlifting at the Olympics, said it is one of best moments for the weightlifting fraternity in the country.
India exceeded all expectations to win a men's team bronze and mixed doubles bronze in Jakarta, ending the country's medal drought at Asian Games, but getting close to even one medal in Tokyo would be a gargantuan task
"We are pleased that we have found a way together that enables the hockey team to make a socio-political statement," said DOSB President Alfons Hormann.
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