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Shital Mahajan prepares for yet another world record in sky-diving

May be not many are aware of Pune based Shital Mahajan because sky diving isn't one of the most popular sports in India but that doesn't mean that this Indian sky-diver is short of achievements.

 Shital Mahajan ,sky diving

 Shital Mahajan ,sky diving

Shital Mahajan marvels at the unprecedented sport of sky-diving in India and holds the title of the first woman to have sky-dived from both the poles of the world, which is quite unbelievable because Shital, then 19, had never seen a parachute except for in movies and pictures before her first jump, which was at the North Pole.

Spanish Footballer Andres Iniesta's party

New Delhi, May 08, 2014, (Washington Bangla Radio):Spanish football player Andres Iniesta's wine company Bodega Iniesta has entered the Indian premises and to celebrate that, a launch party was held in Delhi's Eros Hotel, recently.


Nawazuddin Siddiqui's new interest

Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Nawaz has grown up playing cricket and still indulges in an occasional session on the crease whenever time permits. But if it were a biopic, he'd enjoy playing a golfer. “It's an amazing game, and I really enjoy it.”


Ghayal Once Again at Box Cricket League

By Sana Topiwala/Everymedia

Sunny Deol
Sunny Deol

Mumbai, Feb 2 - Sunny Deol along with the cast of Ghayal Once Again were recently spotted at the Box Cricket League match.

Sunny Deol at BSF (Indian Border Security Force) Camp, Military Training for Diana Khan, Rishabh Arora and Shivam Patil


"Enjoy the Kabaddi" - Abhishek Bachchan

English: Indian actor Abhishek Bachchan

English: Indian actor Abhishek Bachchan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Actor Abhishek Bachchan has been passionate about the Pro-Kabaddi League since its inception and always makes it a point to attend all Jaipur Pink Panther matches.He is often seen donning the team jersey rooting for his players during the games. Abhishek’s commitment to the game in the past few years has inspired all of us to pay attention to a sport like Kabaddi that was in the dark sometime back.


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