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    The Deccan Gymkhana Club (DGP) and the National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) recently held a ceremony in Hyderabad to honor boxer Nikhat Zareen. The event was organized as a tribute to the young athlete’s achievements in the field of boxing, and to encourage more women to take up sports. Zareen is a rising star in the Indian boxing scene and has won several medals at national and international competitions.

    The ceremony was attended by several prominent figures from the world of sports, including former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman and Olympian athlete Anju Bobby George. The event was a celebration of Zareen’s hard work and dedication, and highlighted the importance of supporting young athletes in their pursuit of excellence. Zareen was presented with a memento and a cash prize by the organizers.

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    Zareen has been actively involved in promoting women’s sports in India and has been an inspiration to many young girls who aspire to become athletes. She has been vocal about the need for more resources and support for women’s sports in the country, and has urged the government and private organizations to invest in the development of women’s sports. The recognition by DGP and NMDC is a step in the right direction towards creating a more inclusive and supportive environment for women athletes in India.

    In conclusion, the ceremony organized by DGP and NMDC to honor Nikhat Zareen is a testament to the growing recognition of women’s sports in India. Zareen’s achievements are a source of inspiration for young girls who dream of becoming athletes, and her advocacy for women’s sports is an important step towards creating a more equal and inclusive society. The event highlights the need for greater investment in women’s sports and the importance of recognizing and supporting young athletes who are striving to achieve their dreams.

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