Deepa Malik's historic feat at Rio 2016: First Indian woman to win a medal at Paralympics


India's Deepa Malik recorded a personal best of of 4.61m, which helped her clinch the silver medal at Rio Paralympics 2016. AP


India's Deepa Malik competes in the women's final shot put F53 athletics event during the Paralympic Games. AP


Deepa gestures as she competes in the women's final shot put F53 athletics event. AP


Deepa scripted history as she became the first Indian woman ever to win a medal at Paralympics. Image Courtesy: Facebook/DeepaMalik


Deepa Malik poses with her silver medal. Image Courtesy: Facebook/DeepaMalik


Updated Date: Sep 13, 2016 13:48 PM

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