Gold Medalist Neeraj Chopra Increases His Endorsement Fees By 10 Times

  Neeraj Chopra, a star Javelin player and gold medalist in the recently concluded Tokyo Olympics has become an inspiration to the young generation. The popularity of the sportsperson after winning the gold medal has gone over the sky.    Presently, Neeraj Chopra has increased its endorsement fees by 10 times. He has become the second Indian sportsman after Virat Kohli to charge endorsement a little less than him.   Javelin throw gold medalist Neeraj Chopra was earning an annual income of 15-25 lakhs before the Olympics but after returning…

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Neeraj Chopra, Olympians From Punjab To Be Honoured At Felicitation Function

Boxer Simranjit Kaur, shooters Anjum Moudgill and Angadveer Singh, athletes Tejinder Pal Singh Toor and Gurpreet Singh and paralympic badminton player Palak Kohli will also be given Rs 21 lakh each Punjab Sports Minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi on Tuesday said the state government will honour Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra and Tokyo Games medal winners and participants from Punjab with cash awards worth Rs 32.67 crore at a felicitation function here on August 12. Sodhi said Chief Minister Amarinder Singh will honour the Olympians while Punjab Governor V P Singh…

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Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar Visits Ravi Dahiya’s Home In Sonipat; Home Minister Anil Vij Meets Neeraj Chopra’s Parents In Panipat

At star javelin thrower Chopra’s home on Sunday, Vij congratulated the family, saying he has made the country proud. After honouring Chopra’s parents with a turban and a shawl, Vij bowed down and touched their feet. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar met the family of wrestler Ravi Dahiya, who won silver medal at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics, while Home Minister Anil Vij went to Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra’s home in Panipat to congratulate his parents. Dahiya’s family and representatives of Nahri village in Sonipat expressed gratitude to Khattar…

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Neeraj Chopra To Get Rs 1cr From BCCI As Indian Cricket Board Announces Rewards For Tokyo Olympics Medalists

The BCCI on Saturday announced cash rewards for India’s medal winners at the Tokyo Olympics with Rs one crore reserved for Neeraj Chopra, who became country’s first track and field athlete to win a gold medal. Javelin thrower Chopra secured India’s second individual gold in Olympic history with a sensational performance. In a tweet, BCCI secretary Jay Shah also announced that Rs 50 lakh each will be given to silver medallists — Mirabai Chanu and Ravi Dahiya. Mirabai Chanu won India’s first weightlifting medal at the Games and Ravi Dahiya…

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