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Neeraj Chopra: PM Modi kept ‘promise’ to Sindhu-Neeraj

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PM Modi ate ice cream with PV Sindhu while Neeraj was crushed. Modi had promised Sindhu that if he came to Tokyo to win the medal, he would eat ice cream with her. Hosted breakfast for the Indian Olympic team. Meanwhile, he kept his ‘promise’ to javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra and badminton star PV Sindhu before going to the Tokyo Olympics. The Prime Minister promised Sindhu that he would eat ice cream with her if she wins a medal at the Tokyo Games.
Did English cricketers tamper with the ball at Lord’s? The question raised by Sehwag-Chopra was that the Prime Minister had kept ice cream with PV Sindhu on Monday, keeping his promise. PV Sindhu lost in the semi-finals. But in the bronze medal match, he defeated Bing Xiao of China with a strong performance and won the bronze medal. She became the first woman to win two medals in the individual event and the second Indian after wrestler Sushil Kumar.
In Tokyo, PM Modi had a crush on Neeraj Kumar, who created history by winning a gold medal in javelin throw. Neeraj Chopra became the first Indian to win an Olympic gold medal in track and field. He won the gold medal with a throw of 87.58m.
He also met the Indian hockey team. The Indian team managed to win a medal in the Olympics after 41 years. The Indian team lost in the semi-finals. But she won the bronze medal. Hockey team handed over a hockey stick with autograph to Prime Minister Modi.
Ind vs Eng 2nd Test: Virat Kohli gives a run to Anders, Video Viral, Tokyo Games also happen for India Historic India has won a total of seven medals in Tokyo, which is the most in any Olympics. India had earlier won six medals at the 2012 London Olympics.

For India in Tokyo, Neeraj Chopra won gold, weightlifter Mirabai Chanu won silver and wrestler Ravi Dahiya won silver. While PV Sindhu, wrestler Bajrang Punia, boxer Lovlina and the Indian men’s hockey team won bronze medals. India won one gold, two silver and four bronze medals at the Tokyo Olympics.

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