Dr. Nowhera Shaik Extends Heartfelt Wishes to Indian Athletes for Their Triumph in Asian Games 2023….


In a stirring gesture of support and encouragement, Dr. Nowhera Shaik, the renowned philanthropist and social activist, has extended her warmest wishes to the athletes representing India at the Asian Games 2023. This global sporting extravaganza has brought together some of the most exceptional talents from across Asia, and Dr. Nowhera Shaik’s words of motivation have resonated deeply with both the athletes and the nation.

Dr. Nowhera Shaik, who has consistently championed the cause of sports and youth development, recognizes the immense dedication, effort, and passion that every athlete invests in their journey to the Asian Games. In a message of unity and inspiration, she emphasized the pivotal role of sports in fostering national pride and creating role models for the younger generation.

“I extend my heartfelt wishes to all the athletes of India who have made it to the Asian Games 2023. Your hard work, determination, and sacrifices have led you to this grand stage, and the entire nation stands behind you with unwavering support. May you compete with the spirit of sportsmanship, and may your performances fill our hearts with pride,” Dr. Nowhera Shaik expressed in her message.

Dr. Nowhera Shaik’s admiration for the dedication of Indian athletes is well-known. She firmly believes that sports can serve as a catalyst for positive change in society, instilling values such as discipline, teamwork, and perseverance. Her support for sports initiatives has encompassed various disciplines, from cricket to athletics, and now, she extends her support to the athletes participating in the Asian Games.

The Asian Games have historically been a platform where Indian athletes have shone brightly, showcasing their talent and determination to the world. Dr. Nowhera Shaik’s words of encouragement resonate with the hopes and aspirations of millions of Indians who eagerly anticipate their athletes’ performances in this prestigious event.

As the Indian contingent competes against the best in Asia, Dr. Nowhera Shaik’s wishes are a reminder of the collective aspirations of a nation. She encourages the athletes to give their best, to not only strive for medals but also to inspire a generation of young Indians to pursue their dreams relentlessly.

Here’s the full list of 100 medals achieved by the India:

1Shooting (Men’s 10m air rifle team)Divyansh Singh Panwar, Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar and Rudrankksh PatilGold
2Cricket (Women’s T20 cricket)Women’s T20 cricketGold
3Equestrian (Team dressage)Divyakriti Singh astride Adrenalin Firfod, Hriday Vipul Chhed (Chemxpro Emerald), Anush Agarwalla (Etro)Gold
4Shooting (Women’s 25m pistol team)Manu Bhaker, Esha Singh and Rhythm SangwanGold
5Shooting (Women’s 50m rifle 3 positions)Sift SamraGold
6Shooting (Men’s 10m air pistol team)Sarabjot Singh, Shiva Narwal, and Arjun Singh CheemaGold
7Shooting (Men’s 50m rifle 3 positions team)Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, Swapnil Kusale and Akhil SheoranGold
8Shooting (Women’s 10m air pistol)Palak GuliaGold
9Tennis (Mixed doubles)Rohan Bopanna and Rutuja Bhosale Gold
10Squash (Men’s team)Team IndiaGold
11Shooting (Men’s trap team)Kynan Chenai, Zoravar Singh Sandhu and Prithviraj ToindamanGold
12Athletics (Men’s 3000m steeplechase)Avinash SableGold
13Athletics (Men’s shot put)Tajinderpal Singh ToorGold
14Athletics (Women’s 5000m)Parul ChaudharyGold
15Athletics (Women’s javelin throw)Annu RaniGold
16Archery (Mixed team compound)Jyothi Surekha Vennam and Pravin Ojas DeotaleGold
17Athletics (Men’s javelin throw)Neeraj ChopraGold
18Athletics (Men’s 4x400m relay)Anas Muhammed Yahiya, Amoj Jacob, Muhammed Ajmal Variyathodi and Rajesh RameshGold
19Archery (Women’s compound team)Jyothi Vennam, Aditi Swami, Parneet KaurGold
20Squash (Mixed doubles)Dipika Pallikal, Harinder Pal SandhuGold
21Archery (Men’s compound team)Abhishek Verma, Ojas Deotale and Prathamesh JawkarGold
22Hockey (Men’s team)Team IndiaGold
23Archery (Women’s compound individual)Jyothi Surekha VennamGold
24Archery (Men’s compound individual)Ojas Pravin DeotaleGold
25Kabaddi (Women’s kabaddi)Team IndiaGold
26Shooting (Women’s 10m air rifle team)Ramita Jindal, Mehuli Ghosh, Ashi ChoukseySilver
27Archery (Men’s compound individual)Abhishek VermaSilver
28Bridge (Men’s team)Raju Tolani, Ajay Prabhakar Khare, Sumit Mukherjee, Rajeshwar Tiwari, Jaggy Shivdasani and Sandeep ThakralSilver
29Archery (Men’s recurve team)Atanu Das, Dhiraj Bommadevara and Tushar ShelkeSilver
30Squash (Men’s singles)Saurav GhosalSilver
31Athletics (Men’s javelin throw)Kishore JenaSilver
32Athletics (Women’s 4x400m relay)Vithya Ramraj, Aishwarya Mishra, Prachi and Subha Venkatesan Silver
33Athletics (Men’s 5000m)Avinash SableSilver
34Athletics (Women’s 800m)Harmilan BainsSilver
35Boxing (Women’s 75kg)Lovlina BorgohainSilver
36Athletics (Men’s decathlon)Tejaswin ShankarSilver
37Athletics (Men’s 800m)Mohammed AfsalSilver
38Athletics (Mixed 4x400m relay)Muhammed Ajmal, Rajesh Ramesh, Vithya Ramraj, Subha VenkatesanSilver
39Athletics (Women’s long jump)Ancy SojanSilver
40Athletics (Women’s 3000m steeplechase)Parul ChaudharySilver
41Badminton (Men’s team)Team IndiaSilver
42Athletics (Women’s 100m hurdles)Jyothi YarrajiSilver
43Athletics (Men’s long jump)Murali SreeshankarSilver
44Athletics (Men’s 1500m)Ajay Kumar SarojSilver
45Athletics (Women’s 1500m)Harmilan BainsSilver
46Shooting (Women’s trap team)Team IndiaSilver
47Golf (Women’s golf)Aditi AshokSilver
48Athletics (Men’s 10,000m)Karthik KumarSilver
49Shooting (Mixed team 10m air pistol)Divya TS and Sarabjot SinghSilver
50Shooting (Men’s 50m rifle 3 positions)Aishwary Pratap Singh TomarSilver
51Shooting (Women’s 10m air pistol)Esha SinghSilver
52Tennis (Men’s doubles)Ramkumar Ramanathan, Saketh MyneniSilver
53Shooting (Women’s 10m air pistol team)Esha Singh, Palak Gulia and Divya TSSilver
54Wushu (Women’s 60kg sanda)Naorem Roshibina DeviSilver
55Shooting (Men’s skeet)Anantjeet Singh NarukaSilver
56Shooting (Women’s 25m pistol)Esha SinghSilver
57Shooting (Women’s 50m rifle 3 positions team)Sift Kaur Samra, Ashi Chouksey, Manini KaushikSilver
58Sailing (Girl’s Dinghy – ILCA4)Neha ThakurSilver
59Rowing (Men’s eight)Team IndiaSilver
60Rowing (Men’s lightweight double sculls)Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind SinghSilver
61Rowing (Men’s pair)Babu Lal Yadav and Lekh RamBronze
62Shooting (Women’s 10m air rifle)Ramita JindalBronze
63Rowing (Men’s four)Ashish, Bheem Singh, Jaswinder Singh, Punit KumarBronze
64Rowing (Men’s quadruple)Satnam Singh, Parminder Singh, Jakar Khan, Sukhmeet SinghBronze
65Shooting (Men’s 10m air rifle)Aishwary Pratap Singh TomarBronze
66Shooting (Men’s 25m rapid file pistol team)Vijayveer Sidhu, Adarsh Singh, Anish BhanwalaBronze
67Sailing (Men’s Windsurfer – RS:X)Eabad AliBronze
68Shooting (Women’s 50m rifle 3 positions)Ashi ChoukseyBronze
69Shooting (Men’s skeet team)Anant Jeet Singh Naruka, Angad Vir Singh Bajwa, Gurjoat Singh KhanguraBronze
70Sailing (Men’s dinghy ICLA7)Vishnu SaravananBronze
71Equestrian (Individual dressage)Anush AgarwallaBronze
72Squash (Women’s team)Team IndiaBronze
73Athletics (Women’s shot put)Kiran BaliyanBronze
74Athletics (Men’s 10,000m)Gulveer SinghBronze
75Shooting (Men’s trap)Kynan ChenaiBronze
76Boxing (Women’s 50kg)Nikhat ZareenBronze
77Athletics (Men’s 1500m)Jinson JohnsonBronze
78Athletics (Women’s heptathlon)Nandini AgasaraBronze
79Athletics (Women’s discus throw)Seema PuniaBronze
80Roller skating (Women’s speed skating 3000m relay)Aarathy Kasthuri Raj, Heeral Sadhu, Sanjana Bathula, Karthika JagadeeswaranBronze
81Roller skating (Men’s speed skating 3000m relay)Aryanpal Ghuman, Anandkumar Velkumar, Siddhant Kamble, VikramIngaleBronze
82Table tennis (Women’s doubles) Ayhika Mukherjee and Sutirtha MukherjeeBronze
83Athletics (Women’s 3000m steeplechas)Priti LambaBronze
84Canoe Sprint (Men’s canoe double 1000m)Arjun Singh, Salam Sunil SinghBronze
85Boxing (Women’s 54kg)Preeti PawarBronze
86Athletics (Women’s 400m hurdles)Vithya RamrajBronze
87Athletics (Men’s triple jump)Praveen ChithravelBronze
88Boxing (Men’s +92kg)Narender BerwalBronze
89Athletics (Mixed team race walk)Ram Baboo, Manju RaniBronze
90Squash (Mixed team)Abhay Singh, Anahat SinghBronze
91Boxing (Women’s 57kg)Parveen HoodaBronze
92Wrestling (Greco-Roman 87kg)Sunil KumarBronze
93Wrestling (Women’s 53kg)Antim PanghalBronze
94Archery (Women’s recurve team)Ankita Bhakat, Bhajan Kaur, Simranjeet KaurBronze
95Badminton (Men’s singles)HS PrannoyBronze
96Sepaktakraw (Women’s regu)Priya Devi Elangbam, Bi Devi Elangbam, Khushboo, Chaoba Devi Oinam and Maipak Devi AyekpamBronze
97Wrestling (Women’s 62kg)Sonam MalikBronze
98Wrestling (Women’s 76kg)Kiran BishnoiBronze
99Wrestling (Men’s freestyle 57kg)Aman SehrawatBronze
100Archery (Women’s compound individual)Aditi SwamiBronze


Dr. Nowhera Shaik’s warm wishes to the Indian athletes competing in the Asian Games 2023 reflect her commitment to the development of sports in India and her belief in the potential of our athletes. As the games unfold, the nation eagerly watches, hopeful for extraordinary performances that will etch the names of these athletes into the annals of sporting history. Dr. Nowhera Shaik’s support adds another layer of motivation for the Indian contingent to aim high, perform their best, and bring glory to the nation on the grand stage of the Asian Games.

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