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Chetan Anand, Indian Badminton Player
Chetan Anand, born 7th August, 1980 at Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, is one of the world’s most prominent Badminton players from India.
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Pehlwani, an oldest form of combat sports, also known as Kushti, is an Indian wrestling and the martial art form that is derived by the amalgamation of Indian Malla Yuddha and the Persian Varzesh-e Bastani.
 Gymnastic in India
Gymnastic in India is funded and well supported by Gymnastic Federation of India (GFI). The federation plays a pivotal role in promoting gymnastics in India. Gymnastic in India is now becoming popular after Dipa Karmakar won the bronze medal in the Gymnastics at the 2014 Commonwealth Games - Women`s vault.
 Indian Badminton League
Indian Badminton League is a badminton league in India that has lead to the popularity of game of Badminton. Indian Badminton League fosters Badminton among the young generations of India like Indian Premier League in cricket and Indian Super League in Football.
 Indian Badminton Players
Indian badminton players, for their brilliant performances and consistency, are popular across the globe. Several popular Indian badminton players have made India proud in international circuit. Badminton has strong line in the Indian sports hemisphere. After Independence, India has produced some of the best badminton players, the world has seen.
 Badminton in India
Badminton in India is played at both national as well as regional levels. This sport is regarded as hugely popular and it is played under the control of the Badminton Authority of India. Badminton is also popular among the school and college students also like cricket and football.
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