|Competitor for India|
|Women's Table Tennis|
|Silver||2010 Delhi||Women's Table Tennis (Team)|
Poulomi Ghatak (Bengali: পৌলমী ঘটক), born 3 Jan 1983, a table tennis player from West Bengal, India. She won three junior national championships (1996, 1998 and 1999) as well as five senior national championships between 1998 and 2007. In 1998 she won both the senior national and junior national championships. Poulomi has represented India at the Commonwealth Games at Melbourne in 2006 and the Commonwealth Championships between 2000 and 2008. She played at the Sydney Olympics when she was 16. She also played in the Indian Open finals in 2007. She started playing in 1992 and thereafter went on a successful upward learning curve.
Poulomi joined Bharat Petroleum and now is the Assistant Manager, Sports; she represents the PSPB.
Poulami is ranked #2 amongst Indian senior women players in India and became engaged with the men's counterpart (India Men's #2) Soumyadeep Roy.
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