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PV Sindhu Visited Nagarjuna Sagar Dam with Family


The Indian badminton player PV Sindhu visited Nagarjuna Sagar Dam along with her friends and family members on Sunday. The Olympic silver medallist spends quality time amid the beauty of nature. PV Sindhu at Nagarjuna Sagar pictures and videos has been an internet sensation. In the pictures, PV Sindhu can be seen enjoying the visuals and climate at the Nagarjuna Sagar Dam. With the heavy rains in the past few days, the Nagarjuna Sagar Dam received a heavy inflow of water. With this, the officials have lifted 10 crest gates of the Nagarjuna Sagar dam.

The officials said that the inflow of water at the Nagarjuna Sagar Dam is 1,27,444 cusecs, while the outflow is 1,27,444 cusecs. The present Nagarjuna Sagar dam storage is 312.04 Thousand million cubic feet (TMCs), which is the full capacity. The water level at the project is at 590 feet. According to media reports, after the PV Sindhu visited Nagarjuna Sagar Dam, She reached back to her guesthouse in Guntur and had lunch there with her family members. PV Sindhu returned back to Hyderabad after spending the relaxing day.

Meanwhile, PV Sindhu had pulled out of the Denmark Open badminton tournament scheduled to be held in Odense from October 13 to 18. The 25-year-old reigning world champion had pulled out of the Thomas and Uber Cup Final but later decided to participate in it after the Badminton Association of India (BAI) president Himanta Biswa Sarma’s request. The tournament, however, has been deferred to next year after a spate of withdrawals in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Badminton Association of India (BAI) had on Tuesday written to the players who have sent their entries for the Denmark Open, stating that they would be “traveling or participating at their own responsibility due to the current pandemic” and “have to send their consent within September 17”. Though PV Sindhu decided against traveling to Denmark, she plans to participate in the Asia Open-I and Asia Open-II scheduled to be held in November.

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