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PV Sindhu Hailed For Women Empowerment By Twitterati For Latest '9 Pm, 9 Min' Tweet

PV Sindhu showed her support towards PM Narendra Modi's '9 pm, 9 min' initiative by tweeting an image in which she is seen holding the diya in her hand.

PV Sindhu

The sports fraternity in India on Sunday showed their solidarity in their fight against the coronavirus during the India lockdown by lighting lamps and candles in response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's '9 pm, 9 minute' call. Sports personalities took to Twitter and posted pictures of them lighting lamps. India's badminton star PV Sindhu also tweeted an image in which she is seen holding the diya in her hand.

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PV Sindhu donation against coronavirus 

Earlier, the PV Sindhu donation towards coronavirus gesture amidst the India lockdown saw the shuttler contributing with โ‚น10 lakh towards the Telangana Chief Minister’s Fund and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister’s Fund in total. Recently, PV Sindhu was also involved in a video chat with PM Narendra Modi where she thanked him for taking measures to fight against coronavirus.

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Twitter reacts to PV Sindhu's latest photo and initiative against coronavirus during India lockdown


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PV Sindhu on Tokyo Olympics and spending time during coronavirus 

Recently, while speaking to a leading news agency, PV Sindhu said that she was mentally prepared to hear the news of the Tokyo Olympics getting postponed even before the International Olympic Committee made it official. PV Sindhu also said that she was not sure if the Olympics would happen this year because every other day, a new country was getting affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Speaking about day-to-day activities amid self-isolation, PV Sindhu said that she does some exercises whenever she can with some equipment at home. She trains for an hour-and-a-half which include some jumps or some shadow movements. She added that staying at home is fine, except that one cannot do anything, which can get a bit boring. She further said that she doesn't do much household work but she makes sure she helps her mother in the kitchen 
 

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