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Watch this movie, if you haven't already. ....... It's 57:58 minutes long


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5hTERtHtBI


THE JUDGE .... द जज







Jun 6, 2020

The Judge is a story of remorse and penance. It is also a story about a serious issue that Hindus and other communities are facing at present in India.

(For non-Hindi speakers, there are subtitles in English. Please enable the Caption button)

'द जज' पश्चाताप और प्रायश्चित की एक कहानी है I यह फ़िल्म और एक गंभीर समस्या पर भी है जो हिंदू और अन्य समाजों को आजकल भंग कर रहा है I


An article that explains why this film was made can be found here:
https://swarajyamag.com/culture/why-i-m ... dthe-judge

In Hindi:
https://hindi.opindia.com/miscellaneous ... d-problem/



During the research for our film, The Judge, we could see a pattern in these ‘Love Jihad’ cases. Based on that, these cases could be broadly classified into nine categories.

1) The Hindu female and the Muslim male are in love. They want to marry. The girl wants to remain Hindu after the wedding. The boy agrees. After marriage and especially after the child/children are born, the boy’s family starts pressurising the girl to convert, with dire consequences for the girl when she refuses.

2) The Muslim boy pretends to be a Hindu. Even goes to temples and does pooja. So the innocent Hindu girl marries him. After marriage, she discovers that he is a Muslim and then she is forced by the boy’s family to convert.

3) The Muslim boy promises the Hindu girl that he is a true Muslim and that he won’t have sex with her until the marriage. The girl thinks very highly of him because of his principle and consequently marries him. A few years later he starts marrying more women as his religion allows polygamy. This happens more in semi-urban and rural areas.

4) The Hindu girl who is ignorant of her Hindu roots and philosophy is targeted and is approached by the Muslim boy. As she isn’t aware of her own religion, she is slowly made to question it. She loses faith in it, giving the boy the full opportunity to take advantage of her. After she starts living with him, she realises her mistake. A lot of such cases have been happening in Kerala and also in other urban areas of the country.

5) The girl marries the boy voluntarily because both are in love with each other. Both are supposedly modern liberal progressives. After the wedding, boy starts to have doubts on the girl’s fidelity as she continues to be ‘liberal progressive’ even after the marriage. So he attacks her, in most cases killing her.

6) Hindu woman has relationship with Muslim man that doesn’t end up in marriage. There could be many reasons for this. She could already be married and hence feels guilty about cheating her husband. Or, after the initial excitement she could realise that she had made a mistake. Or in some cases where the women are middle aged, they come to know that the same man is also having an affair or targeting one of her younger female relatives (which could even be her own daughter). This could make them end their relationship. Angry over this, he attacks the woman and sometimes even her whole family.

7) Hindu women are raped and/or murdered, usually in the most gruesome way. In some cases photos or videos are taken of girls in compromising situations, and they are blackmailed to do more sexual favours. A lot of cases in rural and semi-urban areas including those that involve Dalits belong to this category.

8) Hindu woman marries Muslim man. They both follow their own respective religions even after the marriage, and there is no interference by the man or his family. But their offsprings are definitely brought up as Muslims, with a touch of secular ‘respect’ for Hindu gods. Bollywood is full of such cases.

9) In this category, the girl is always a minor.She is seduced and made to madly fall in love with the boy. The girl’s family won’t permit their marriage. So she is kidnapped (with her consent!). Converted to Islam. And then married to the boy as it is legal under Muslim law even when she is under 18.

In many of these categories, the Muslim male tends to be already married with one or more wives and with children before he targets the Hindu girl and marries her. The Hindu girl is completely unaware about this fact.

All these categories of ‘Love Jihad’ may seem disconnected at the outset, even quite extraordinary, because in many instances the kafir girls themselves participate in it willingly. But under all this, there is an underlying concept that is rooted in the Islamist ideology. And that is the need to expand the Ummah and the concept that kafir women are basically slaves and need to be treated so. Hence they are totally dispensable.

When these are the ideas that are taught in madrassas and even in supposedly ‘modern progressive’ families as a part of the religion, then it is no wonder that boys when they grow up, end up as foot soldiers of ‘Love Jihad’.

It is a system approved and sanctioned by the highest authorities of their religion: Collect as many kafir wombs as possible. Increase the Ummah and simultaneously decrease the population of kafirs. And if things don’t go as per the plan then kill or injure the woman as she is just a kafir, a slave, in status. Hence, such violence.

My film, The Judge, is an attempt to depict the typical liberal reaction of Hindus to this issue.
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YouTube has already marked it as an Islamophobic conspiracy
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The movie Monkey man seems to be like a wet dream of all leftists and goras about India. Read the plot:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monkey_Man_(film)

It is as if someone started with a checklist of things that leftists harp about:
  • Caste system
  • Evil Hindu religious baba
  • Poverty
  • Prostitute named Sita
  • Transgenders
  • Hindu religious iconography
  • Statements by director that this is the reality in India
I suppose this was the only way left for Dev Patel to attempt to revive his flagging career.
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I saw the trailer I wanted to vomit. They are better off making another slum dog but set in Hull or Barnsley!
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In the Shanghai leg of the world cup, India won the Recurve men's team gold, women's team bronze, mixed bronze and women's individual silver. We won a bunch of compound golds too, but compound is not part of upcoming Paris olympics. We seem to slowly increase our focus on recurve too after dominating the compound events for the last couple of years.
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hanumadu wrote: 28 Apr 2024 21:16 In the Shanghai leg of the world cup, India won the Recurve men's team gold, women's team bronze, mixed bronze and women's individual silver. We won a bunch of compound golds too, but compound is not part of upcoming Paris olympics. We seem to slowly increase our focus on recurve too after dominating the compound events for the last couple of years.
India currently leads the medal table after the first of three legs with 5 golds: 2024 Archery World Cup
In 2023 they won 7 golds across three legs for 3rd place, none in recurve but dominating compound.
In 2022 they won 4 golds with one in mixed team recurve in a weak field. Again they finished 3rd overall.
In 2021 they topped with 7 golds including multiple recurve golds but with China and Korea absent.

I think the 2024 circuit is a better measure of our recurve chances, with the Koreans and Chinese present in full strength. No expectations from the team - a single medal would be fortunate.

Unfortunately compound archery did not make it into LA 2028 Olympics.If it had been present we'd be in contention for a few golds.

Regardless, the archery performance in the 2020s is a sea change from the past. Before this decade India used to win 0-3 golds each World Cup season . So far in the 2020s the minimum is 4. This season they'll probably exceed the 7 gold figure and maybe get into double digits.
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Very incisive indictment of bollywood


WATCH VIDEO




The video is about 2:15 minutes long
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Indian boxer Jaismine Lamboria (57kg) qualified for the Paris Olympics with 5-0 win in quarter-finals at the 2nd World Qualification Tournament in Bangkok, on Sunday.

Amit Panghal scored a 5-0 victory over China's Chuang Liu in the 51kg quarterfinals of the 2nd World Qualification Tournament in Bangkok for a ticket to his second Olympic Games. Earlier, World Championships silver medallist Amit Panghal also booked a berth to the Paris Games after defeating China's Chuang Liu in the 51kg quarter-finals of the second World Qualification Tournament.

Panghal, India's lone male World Championships silver medallist, scored a 5-0 victory over Liu for a ticket to his second Olympic Games.

He thus joins the quartet of Nishant Dev (71kg), Nikhat Zareen (50kg), Preeti Pawar (54kg) and Lovlina Borgohain (75kg). All of them have booked Olympic berths.
Panghal had only one shot at making the Paris Olympics and the 2018 Asian Games champion made the most of his opportunity.

The going has been tough for Panghal as he lost his place in the national team on the basis of BFI's evaluation system to world championship bronze medallist Deepak Bhoria, who competed at the earlier two qualifying events.

Since the Tokyo Olympics, the only big-ticket event that the Haryana boxer has competed in was the Commonwealth Games in 2022, where he won the gold medal
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Bumrah is from another planet. There is no one like him, truly one of the greats…

What an amazing last 6 overs from India! Lets hope US defeat Ireland now…
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Tanaji wrote: 10 Jun 2024 03:22 Bumrah is from another planet. There is no one like him, truly one of the greats…

What an amazing last 6 overs from India! Lets hope US defeat Ireland now…

He is very intelligent bowler as soon as he realized that he does not need to bowl Yorkers he stopped. All of his balls were good or little bit behind good length.

4 overs 15 dots 14 runs and 3 wickets.

If any one match rains out pakis are out. They are dependent upon raheme-qaram of rain God. Even if They win remaining 2 matches (Ireland, Canada) and USA loses both India and Ireland still paki run rate is negative under USA run rate which is positive as of now.
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Another Indian chess player crosses 2700 rating in live ratings. Though 2700 is not such a big deal with several Indians crossing it already, Arvindh Chidambaram is considered the most talented player he has seen by chess coach R Ramesh. At 24, its quite late to cross 2700 but that could be because he was a slacker. The good showing by the Indian prodigies must have lit a fire in him.

We have 6 players above 2700 behind only America with 7 (mostly imports). We are likely to add some more in the coming years.
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Athelets qualified for Paris Olympics next month

1 Bhowneesh Mendiratta Shooting Men's trap Quota
2 Rudrankksh Patil Shooting Men's 10m air rifle Quota
3 Swapnil Kusale Shooting Men's 50m rifle 3 positions Quota
4 Akhil Sheoran Shooting Men's 50m rifle 3 positions Quota
5 Mehuli Ghosh Shooting Women's 10m air rifle Quota
6 Sift Kaur Samra Shooting Women's 50m rifle 3 positions Quota
7 Rajeshwari Kumari Shooting Women's trap Quota
8 Akshdeep Singh Athletics Men's 20km race walk Direct (Met qualifying standard)
9 Priyanka Goswami Athletics Women's 20km race walk Direct (Met qualifying standard)
10 Vikas Singh Athletics Men's 20km race walk Direct (Met qualifying standard)
11 Paramjeet Bisht Athletics Men's 20km race walk Direct (Met qualifying standard)
12 Murali Sreeshankar Athletics Men's long jump Direct (Met qualifying standard)
13 Avinash Sable Athletics Men's 3000m steeplechase Direct (Met qualifying standard)
14 Neeraj Chopra Athletics Men's javelin throw Direct (Met qualifying standard)
15 Parul Chaudhary Athletics Women's 3000m steeplechase Direct (Met qualifying standard)
16 Antim Panghal Wrestling Women's 53kg Quota
17 Nikhat Zareen Boxing Women's 50kg Quota
18 Preeti Pawar Boxing Women's 54kg Quota
19 Lovlina Borgohain Boxing Women's 75kg Quota
20 Kishore Jena Athletics Men's javelin throw Direct (Met qualifying standard)
21 Team India Hockey Men's hockey Direct
22 Sarabjot Singh Shooting Men's 10m air pistol Quota
23 Arjun Babuta Shooting Men's 10m air rifle Quota
24 Tilottama Sen Shooting Women's 10m air rifle Quota
25 Manu Bhaker Shooting Women's 25m pistol Quota
26 Anish Bhanwala Shooting Men's 25m rapid fire pistol Quota
27 Shriyanka Sadangi Shooting Women’s 50m rifle 3 positions Quota
28 Dhiraj Bommadevara Archery Men's recurve Quota
29 Varun Tomar Shooting Men's 10m air pistol Quota
30 Esha Singh Shooting Women's 10m air pistol Quota
31 Rhythm Sangwan Shooting Women's 25m pistol Quota
32 Vijayveer Sidhu Shooting Men's 25m rapid fire pistol Quota
33 Raiza Dhillon Shooting Women's skeet Quota
34 Anantjeet Singh Naruka Shooting Men's skeet Quota
35 Vishnu Saravanan Sailing Men’s one person dinghy Quota
36 Anush Agarwalla Equestrian Dressage Quota
37 Indian men's team Table tennis Men's team and two in men's singles Quota (Ranking)
38 Indian women's team Table tennis Women's team and two in women's singles Quota (Ranking)
39 Ram Baboo Athletics Men's 20km race walk Direct (Met qualifying standard)
40 Palak Gulia Shooting Women's 10m air pistol Quota
41 Vinesh Phogat Wrestling Women's 50kg Quota
42 Anshu Malik Wrestling Women's 57kg Quota
43 Reetika Hooda Wrestling Women's 76kg Quota
44 Balraj Panwar Rowing M1x Quota
45 Priyanka Goswami/Akshdeep Singh Athletics Marathon race walk mixed relay Quota
46 Nethra Kumanan Sailing Women’s one person dinghy Quota
47 Maheshwari Chauhan Shooting Women's skeet Quota
48 PV Sindhu Badminton Women's singles Rankings
49 HS Prannoy Badminton Men's singles Rankings
50 Lakshya Sen Badminton Men's singles Rankings
51 Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty Badminton Men's doubles Rankings
52 Ashwini Ponnappa/Tanisha Crasto Badminton Women's doubles Rankings
53 Muhammed Anas Yahiya/ Muhammed Ajmal/ Arokia Rajiv/ Amoj Jacob Athletics Men's 4x400m relay Quota
54 Rupal/ Jyothika Sri Dandi/ MR Poovamma/ Subha Venkatesan Athletics Women's 4x400m relay Quota
55 Nisha Dahiya Wrestling Women's 68kg Quota
56 Aman Sehrawat Wrestling Men's freestyle 57kg Quota
57 Nishant Dev Boxing Men's 71kg Quota
58 Amit Panghal Boxing Men's 51kg Quota
59 Jaismine Lamboria Boxing Women's 57kg Quota
60 Rohan Bopanna/N Sriram Balaji Tennis Men's doubles Quota (Ranking)
61 Bhajan Kaur Archery Women's recurve Quota
62 Shubhankar Sharma Golf Men's Quota (Ranking)
63 Gaganjeet Bhullar Golf Men's Quota (Ranking)
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SBajwa wrote: 21 Jun 2024 18:15 Athelets qualified for Paris Olympics next month

1 Bhowneesh Mendiratta Shooting Men's trap Quota
.......
62 Shubhankar Sharma Golf Men's Quota (Ranking)
63 Gaganjeet Bhullar Golf Men's Quota (Ranking)
Sandeep Saar,
there is no mention of cycling or relay running in the above list. is this a complete list or is it being released in phases.
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venkat_kv wrote: 27 Jun 2024 00:13
SBajwa wrote: 21 Jun 2024 18:15 Athelets qualified for Paris Olympics next month

1 Bhowneesh Mendiratta Shooting Men's trap Quota
.......
62 Shubhankar Sharma Golf Men's Quota (Ranking)
63 Gaganjeet Bhullar Golf Men's Quota (Ranking)
Sandeep Saar,
there is no mention of cycling or relay running in the above list. is this a complete list or is it being released in phases.
Both Men's and Women's team have qualified for relay race 400m. Not sure about cycling as in February asian qualifying event at Delhi we got 0 medals.

This list is about 15 days old. We still have 29 days left and many events are left. I think at least 100 athlete will go (Minus Women's hockey team that failed to qualify).

On Wiki page there are zero cyclists qualified from India in Olympics but there are at least 10+ qualified for ParaOlympics.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cycling_a ... lification
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Kiran Pahal W 400m Semi Final has just qualified for Paris 24 by clocking 50.92 at Inter State, Panchkula.

-Ankit
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If any body deserves to win a world cup, its Rahul Dravid. Too bad he couldn't win the 50 over ODI world cup too because of a stupid pitch and dew.
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Just came back from watching Kalki 2898 (Telugu). Superb movie and hoping that this will start a franchise to rival and even shadow MCU and other superhero franchises of the West.
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Indians seem to got things butt backwards ..... :mrgreen:


Mumbai came out to celebrate the cricket World Cup victory by BCCI team which will not matter much to their lives after few days .

But did NOT come out for voting which will actually matter to their lives for next 5 years .




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chetak wrote: 06 Jul 2024 20:38 Indians seem to got things butt backwards ..... :mrgreen:


Mumbai came out to celebrate the cricket World Cup victory by BCCI team which will not matter much to their lives after few days .

But did NOT come out for voting which will actually matter to their lives for next 5 years .




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A country which cannot celebrate its victories is not one worth living in.

Please do not spout INDI alliance and depressed andolan jeevi talking points when any patriotic gatherings are derided as only for jobless fools

Its just human psyche and Indians aren't unique in this, Americans, Europeans and the whole lot turn up to victory parades far more than democratic needs
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AkshaySG wrote: 07 Jul 2024 17:25
chetak wrote: 06 Jul 2024 20:38 Indians seem to got things butt backwards ..... :mrgreen:


Mumbai came out to celebrate the cricket World Cup victory by BCCI team which will not matter much to their lives after few days .

But did NOT come out for voting which will actually matter to their lives for next 5 years .




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A country which cannot celebrate its victories is not one worth living in.

Please do not spout INDI alliance and depressed andolan jeevi talking points when any patriotic gatherings are derided as only for jobless fools

Its just human psyche and Indians aren't unique in this, Americans, Europeans and the whole lot turn up to victory parades far more than democratic needs

AkshaySG saar,


The bald truth is that some of the middle classes do not show much enthusiasm for voting and in many urban centers, many will purposely head out for a long weekend, in spite of what is at stake, focussed as they are on their own entitlements and the fast tracking of avenues for their advancement. The bedrock of amrikan global power is their relentless and focussed tax collection system. This is from where their superpower status actually springs from. Better not to talk of our own system

and yet, many will not turn up to vote, but stridently demand concessions in income tax, among other things

One has been pointing this out for many years now.

the electoral system has been hijacked by the poor who always vote, along with the organized minorities and other special interest groups led by antinational NGOs and unscrupulous politicos who are paid by the BIF

One agrees with : "A country which cannot celebrate its victories is not one worth living in.", but a country where the so called educated and allegedly cultured people are reluctant to vote is actually much worse, especially when those who vociferously demand their fundamental rights will not take the responsibility, and do the most fundamental of their duties, to which they are beholden to the state, and not necessarily to the govt, per se.

In 1947, the state got its independence and not the govt. Ergo, the people are the state, and not the govt which is elected by the people to govern them

celebrations are nice (to gain perspective, you must be fair and also note "WHO" celebrated) but voting, in practice, is a laxly performed fundamental duty of great numbers of the citizens, especially when you point out that : andolan jeevi talking points when any patriotic gatherings are derided as only for jobless fools

In the end, one gets the govt that they either voted for or more importantly, the govt that the others voted for when the lazy simply failed to turn up at the voting booths, but rather foolishly, still expected the institutional support for their aspirations

wasn't there an extreme and very satisfying meltdown in dimwit dynaasst's parade of woke supporters, the paki Indians in India, as well as, the pakis in pakistan on the Victory Parade.

Take every victory as it comes, more will follow, depressing these wokes even further, and moreover, since the days of yore, our culture has always been more celebratory than most others and the indi scum, having entered the political FOV only recently, are hell bent on sponsoring their preferred vibes of lies, innuendo and deceit.
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Come on chetak, don't derail this thread with long prose about your own political whines.
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India won 7 Medals in Compound archery 6 days ago. This event is not part of the Olympics only Asian games and world championship.
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India isn't too bad at recurve this year. I don't expect golds but medals are quite possible. We have been shooting competitively in the 2024 World Cup circuit with both Korea and China present in force repeatedly. Of the Olympic events, this is our record on the 2024 cup circuit after three rounds:

Men's Singles
1x bronze : Dheeraj Bommadevara
On par with any country not named South Korea

Men's Team
1x gold: Dheeraj, Tarundeep Rai, Pravin Jhadav
South Korea got the other two golds.

Women's Singles
1x silver : Deepika Kumari
Chinese and Koreans dominate here, Deepika is the best of the rest.

Women's Team
No medals

Mixed Team
2x bronze

We have bench strength in mens and mixed teams, but less so in women's. The is the converse of compound where we have the best women's team in the world.

Deepika needs to overcome here demons from the last Olympics but she's been mentally stronger since then. Dheeraj is really good in crunch moments and a medal would be a just return for his abilities.

Overall, this year's world cup is by a distance India's best ever, and there's still one more round left. The medals, especially higher ones, are heavily in compound.

Recurve: 1G 1S 3B
Compound 6G 3S 0B
Total 7G 4S 3B
Second position behind South Korea.
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Paris Olympics 2024: Complete list of 117 Indian athletes confirmed to compete at Games

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Athletics

Name								Event
Sarvesh Kushare				Men’s High Jump
Suraj Panwar					Marathon race walk mixed relay
Akshdeep Singh					Men’s 20km Racewalk
Vikas Singh					Men’s 20km Racewalk
Paramjeet Bisht				Men’s 20km Racewalk
Kishore Jena					Men’s Javelin Throw
Neeraj Chopra					Men’s Javelin Throw
Muhammed Anas				Men’s 4x400m Relay
Muhammed Ajmal				Men’s 4x400m Relay
Amoj Jacob					Men’s 4x400m Relay
Santhosh Tamilarasan			Men’s 4x400m Relay
Rajesh Ramesh					Men’s 4x400m Relay
Avinash Sable					Men’s 3000m Steeplechase
Tajinderpal Singh Toor			Men’s Shot Put
Abdulla Aboobacker				Men’s Triple Jump
Praveel Chithravel				Men’s Triple Jump
Jeswin Aldrin					Men’s Long Jump
(Reserve)	 
Mijo Chacko Kurian				AP Athlete


Name								Event
Annu Rani						Women’s Javelin Throw
Parul Chaudhary				Women’s 3000m Steeplechase, Women’s 5000m
Kiran Pahal					Women’s 400m, Women’s 4x400m relay
Jyothi Yarraji					Women’s 100m Hurdles
Ankita Dhyani					Women’s 5000m
Priyanka Goswami				Women’s 20km Racewalk, Marathon race walk mixed relay
Jyothika Sri Dandi				Women’s 4x400m relay
Subha Venkatesan				Women’s 4x400m relay
Vithya Ramraj					Women’s 4x400m relay
Poovamma MR					Women’s 4x400m relay
(Reserve)	
Prachi						AP athlete


Archery (6)

Name								Event
Dhiraj Bommadevara				Men’s Recurve
Tarundeep Rai					Men’s Recurve
Pravin Jadhav					Men’s Recurve


Name								Event
Bhajan Kaur					Women’s Recurve
Deepika Kumari				Women’s Recurve
Ankita Bhakat					Women’s Recurve


Badminton (7)

Name								Event
HS Prannoy					Men’s Singles
Lakshya Sen					Men’s Singles
Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, 	 		Men’s Doubles
Chirag Shetty					Men’s Doubles

PV Sindhu						Women’s Singles
Ashwini Ponnappa 				Women’s Doubles
Tanisha Crasto					Women’s Doubles


Boxing (6)

Name								Event
	
Nishant Dev	71kg
Amit Panghal	51kg
	
Nikhat Zareen	50kg
Preeti Pawar	54kg
Jaismine Lamboria	57kg
Lovlina Borgohain	75kg

Equestrian

Anush Agarwalla –    					Dressage


Hockey

PR Sreejesh, Jarmanpreet Singh, Amit Rohidas, Harmanpreet Singh, Sumit, Sanjay, Rajkumar Pal, Shamsher Singh, Manpreet Singh, Hardik Singh, Vivek Sagar Prasad, Abhishek, Sukhjeet Singh, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay, Mandeep Singh, Gurjant Singh

Men’s hockey team reserves: Nilakanta Sharma, Jugraj Singh, Krishan Bahadur Pathak


Judo

Tulika Maan – Women’s +78kg


Rowing

Balraj Panwar 					Men’s single scull


Sailing

Vishnu Saravanan 				Men’s dinghy
Nethra Kumanan 				Women’s dinghy


Shooting

Name								Event
	
Sandeep Singh						10m Air Rifle M
Arjun Babuta						10m Air Rifle M
Aishwary Tomar					50m Rifle 3 Positions M
Swapnil Kusale						50m Rifle 3 Positions M
Sarabjot Singh						10m Air Pistol M
Arjun Cheema						10m Air Pistol M
Anish Bhanwal						25m RFP M
Vijayveer Sidhu						25m RFP M
Prithviraj Tondaiman					Men’s Trap
Anantjeet Singh Naruka				Men’s Skeet, Skeet Mixed Team
	
Elavenil Valarivan 					10m Air Rifle W
Ramita							10m Air Rifle W
Sift Kaur Samra						50m Rifle 3 Positions W
Anjum Moudgil						50m Rifle 3 Positions W
Rhythm Sangwan					10m Air Pistol W
Manu Bhaker						10m Air Pistol W, 25m Pistol W
Esha Singh						25m Pistol W
Rajeshwari Kumari					Women’s Trap
Shreyasi Singh						Women’s Trap
Maheshwari Chauhan					Women’s Skeet, Skeet Mixed Team
Raiza Dhillon						Women’s Skeet


Swimming

Srihari Nataraj						Men’s 100m Backstroke
Dhinidhi Desinghu 					Women’s 200m Freestyle


Table Tennis

Sharath Kamal, 
Harmeet Desai, 
Manav Thakkar.

Manika Batra, 
Sreeja Akula, 
Archana Kamath

reserves: Sathiyan G, Ayhika Mukherjee


Tennis

Rohan Bopanna, 					 Men’s Doubles
N Sriram Balaji 					 Men’s Doubles
Sumit Nagal						 Men’s Singles


Weightlifting

Mirabai Chanu 		Women’s49kg


Wrestling

Aman Sehrawat 	Men’s 57kg

Vinesh Phogat 		Women’s 50kg
Antim Panghal 		Women’s 53kg
Anshu Malik 		Women’s 57kg
Nisha Dahiya 		Women’s 68kg
Reetika Hooda 		Women’s 76kg


-Ankit
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