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

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

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

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

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

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

 


Updated Date: Sep 13, 2016 13:48 PM

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