Like A Girl by Aparna JainA sparkling collection of real-life stories of women who have lived extraordinary and inspirational lives, drawn from different times in our history and the present. What led these women to strike out the way they did? When and how did the impressionable young child in them become an independent-minded adult? From Saina Nehwal, P. V. Sindhu and Sania Mirza to Rukhmabai Raut, Bama and Muthulakshmi Reddi, from the Rani of Jhansi and Razia Sultan to Sharmila Irom, Medha Patkar and Soni Sori, these life stories will engage and challenge the young reader. So, when next you want to read your child a story, reach for this book, with its wonderfully imagined portraits in words and art.
Speaking on Saina Nehwal
14 interesting facts about Saina Nehwal, the ace shuttler who inspired a generation
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Saina Nehwal (born March 17, ) is an Indian female athlete. She is best known as a badminton player who competed in the Summer Olympic Games.
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Who is Saina Nehwal?
Badminton Player Saina Nehwal About Girl Child Education - Vanitha TV
One of the most talented sportspersons and the only female player from India to attain the world number one ranking, Saina Nehwal has many other firsts to her credit. She was the first Indian badminton player to win a medal at the Olympics and also the first Indian female and youngest Asian athlete to win a four-star tournament. With badminton growing increasingly popular in India, Saina Nehwal continues to inspire an entire generation. As she turns 27 today, here are a few interesting facts about this badminton sensation:. This could, by far, be one of her biggest contributions to the sport as well as our country.
Badminton player Saina Nehwal talks about the challenges she had to face and the things that keep her motivated. Saina Nehwal has become the poster child of Indian badminton in the early half of this decade. She is the first Indian to win a Super Series tournament. She also became the first Indian to win a medal in badminton at the Olympics and she was just 22 then. Mint Indulge spoke to Nehwal about what keeps her motivated. Edited excerpts:.