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Shuttle Time – International Women’s Day 2017


Badminton Asia & Badminton India Association proudly presents the Legendary Mr. Prakash Padukone at his Raheja Badminton Stadium, Jasma Bhavan Road,Vasanth Nagar, Vasanth Nagar, Bengaluru Karnataka.

   Prakash Padukone

  • Won the National Senior Championship in 1971 at age of 16, thereby becoming the youngest player to have achieved the feat
  • In 1978, he won the singles badminton gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.

Our very own Badminton Asia-Mr.Thana has visited Prakash Padukone’s Badminton Academy on 5th March until 9th.

The distinguish Chief guest for the programme was visited by Trupti Murgunde, she was a former National Champion & Commonwealth Games medalist. Murgunde also won the 2009 National Championship.

With this programme, it can develop greater impact in women’s in India Sports – Badminton. The core values of excellence, friendship and respect underpin all of the actions that the Badminton Workshop movement undertakes in achieving its mission and the principles are further distinguished by their scope and applicability. Collectively, these goals demonstrate the movement’s social responsibility and its deep commitment to promoting positive change through sport.

Like any other sports, Badminton too requires a lot of dedication, practice and perseverance, making it much more than just playing with racquets and a shuttle cock. The game is developed in India from the earlier game of battledore and shuttlecock.

Badminton Asia welcomes & congratulates Women is Badminton & their achievement, dedications, perseverance & their contributions towards developing Badminton around the World.


 “United & Connected”



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