Who has become the first Indian woman to join the International Olympic Committee?

Who has become the first Indian woman to join the International Olympic Committee?
[A]Deepika Arora
[B]Ipsita Dasgupta
[C]Mary Kom
[D]Nita Ambani

Nita Ambani
Nita Ambani, founder chairperson of Reliance Foundation and owner of the Mumbai Indians cricket team franchise, has been elected as an individual member of International Olympic Committee. With this, she became the first Indian woman to join the prestigious body which governs Olympic sports in the world. Nita is the only current active individual member of the IOC from India and will serve the world body till the age of 70.

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  • Rajendra rauniyar
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    Bravo!!!!

  • Rajendra rauniyar
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    distinguished personality**##

  • Pratibha Shah
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    It’s great that Nita Ambani is selected in Olympic committee
    Woman can achieve any thing what so she wish