PV Sindhu and Sakshi Malik emerged as the only 2 Indian athletes to win a medal in Rio Olympic 2016. PV Sindhu became the first Indian to win a Silver Medal in badminton at the Olympics.

Sindhu.

Sakshi Malik ended the country’s wait for a medal at the Rio Olympic Games as she bagged the Bronze Medal in women’s wrestling in the 58 kg category.

PV Sindhu 

Rs 5 cr. from the Telangana Government
Rs 3 cr. from the Andhra Pradesh Government
Rs 2 cr. from the Delhi Government
Rs 2 cr. broken into Rs 50 Lakhs each from the Haryana and MP Governments, the Sports Ministry and The Badminton Association of India
Rs 75 Lakh from Bharat Petrolium.
Rs 50 Lakh from Dubai-based Indian Businessman Mukkattu Sebastian
Rs 30 Lakh from the Indian Olympic Association
Rs 5 Lakh from the AIFF (All India Football Federation)
Rs 1.01 Lakh from Salman Khan

Total  Rs 13.61 cr.

Sakshi Malik 

Rs 2.5 cr. from the Haryana Government
Rs 1 cr. from the Delhi Government
Rs 60 Lakh from the Railway Ministry
Rs 50 Lakh from Dubai-based Indian Businessman Mukkattu Sebastian
Rs 30 Lakh from the Union Sports Ministry
Rs 20 Lakh from the Indian Olympic Association
Rs 5 Lakhs from the AIFF (All India Football Federation)
Rs 1.01 Lakh from Salman Khan

Total Rs 5.16 cr.

Note: Rewards amount updated till 21 August 2016.

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