14.07.2012 [Chandigarh Tribune] - A. Sharath Kamal, who was a part of the Indian contingent for the 2004 Athens and 2008 Beijing Olympics, could not go beyond the second round while NehaAggarwal made her exit in the first round. Sharath, the biggest bet for India in the Asian
is an Indian table tennis player who participated in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, the only woman from India to feature in that discipline. Aggarwal earned her position at the Olympics by defeating Poulomi Ghatak and Mouma Das, who had been favored to win. The Delhi girl, who did her schooling from Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram, was the winner of Junior National Table Tennis Championship held at Ahmedabad and Kolkota. She did not receive a medal, having been eliminated after losing to Chinese born Australian Jiang Fang Lay.
NehaAggarwal is a table tennis player who represented India at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. At the age of 18, she was one of the youngest and the only woman player in Table Tennis.... - 05.31.2011, YouTube
20.07.2012 [Indian Sports news] - Other Olympians in the game include Ambika Radhika (Atlanta), Poulomi Ghatak and S. Raman (doubles only) went to Sydney, Mouma Das (Athens) and NehaAggarwal (Beijing). Of the entire lot, Kamlesh Mehta won four matches when pitted in a group of
04.05.2010 by admin NehaAggarwal, a Rank 1 'All India Table Tennis Champion', and a former student of DPS RK Puram. Ms. NehaAggarwal addressed the participating teams. According to her, these tournaments provide great platforms for young players to ...