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Aditi Salian won gold medal for india in tennis volleyball tournament

Published On : 26 Jun 2017   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai, June 26: Kum. Adithi Sathish Salian the resident of Chembur- Tilak Nagar, won gold medal in tennis volleyball tournament held at Katmandu, Nepal.

Adithi- won the International Competitions three consecutive times and represented Mumbai in Second place. Adithi belonging to Udupi district of Tulu- Kannada region, is the daughter of Hejmadi Sathish K. Salian and Surekha Salian. She being a commerce student in Mumbai, through her hard work and achievements was successful in winning gold medal for India. It is a matter of pride for our Tulu Kannadigas. The Indian team by defeating Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan and Bangladesh- got qualified for finals and won gold medal for India.

 







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