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Sports Awards will be given tomorrow at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Achanta Sharat will get Khel Ratna


India’s rising badminton star Lakshya Sen and female boxer Nikhat Zareen will be honored with the Arjuna Award this year.

Sports Awards will be given tomorrow at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Achanta Sharat will get Khel Ratna

Achanta Sharath Kamal will get the Khel Ratna. (File Pic)

The Indian Sports Ministry had announced the Sports Awards for this year on 14 November. This time India’s legendary table tennis player Achanta Sharath Kamal will be given the Khel Ratna Award. Along with this, emerging badminton player from the country, Lakshya Sen will be awarded with Arjuna Award. Tomorrow i.e. on November 30, President Draupadi Murmu will distribute sports awards at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Rohit Sharma’s childhood coach Dinesh Lad will be given the Life Time Achievement Award. This year only one person is getting the award in the sports awards from the world of cricket and Rohit’s coach is included in them. Apart from him, no other cricketer is involved in this.

Arjuna award to these people too

Sharath is the only player to get the Khel Ratna this year. At the same time, India’s rising boxer Nikhat Zareen will also be awarded the Arjuna Award this year. Nikhat won the gold medal in the World Championship this year. At the same time, Lakshya won the gold medal in the Commonwealth Games played in Birmingham this year. Last year, he won the bronze medal in the World Championship.

At the same time, Sharath also won three gold medals in the Commonwealth Games this year. This veteran player had won gold medals in men’s team, mixed team and men’s singles category.

List of winners:

Major Dhyanchand Khel Ratna Award: Achanta Sharat Kamal

Arjuna Award: Seema Poonia (Athletics), Eldous Paul (Athletics), Avinash Sable (Athletics), Lakshya Sen (Badminton), HS Prannoy (Badminton), Amit (Boxing), Nikhat Zareen (Boxing), Bhakti Kulkarni (Chess), R Pragyanananda (Chess), Deep Grace Ikka (Hockey), Sushila Devi (Judo), Sakshi Kumari (Kabaddi), Nayan Moni Saikia (Lonball), Sagar Owalkar (Malkhamb), Elavenil Valarivan (Shooting), Omprakash Mitharwal (Shooting), Sreeja Akula (Table Tennis), Vikas Thakur (Weightlifting), Anshu (Wrestling), Sarita (Wrestling), Parveen (Wushu), Mansi Joshi (Para Badminton), Tarun Dhillon (Para Badminton), Swapnil Patil (Para Swimming), Jarlin Anika J (deaf badminton)

Dronacharya Award (for coaches in regular category): Jeevanjot Singh Teja (Archery), Mohammad Ali Qamar (Boxing), Suma Shirur (Para Shooting) and Sujit Mann (Wrestling).

Lifetime Category : Dinesh Lad (Cricket), Bimal Ghosh (Football), Raj Singh (Wrestling)

Dhyanchand Lifetime Achievement Award: Ashwini Akkunji (Athletics), Dharamveer Singh (Hockey), BC Suresh (Kabaddi), Neer Bahadur Gurung (Para Athletics)

National Sports Promotion Award: Trans Stadia Enterprises Private Limited, Kalinga Institute of Information Technology, Ladakh Ski and Snowboard Association

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