Indian National Badminton Championships

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The Indian National Badminton Championships is a tournament organized to crown the best badminton players in India since 1934. Until into the 1960s years were open the championships and also foreign players could play the championships. That is why the Dane Erland Kops is in the winner lists.

Previous winners[edit]

Ch. No. Year Men's singles Women's singles Men's doubles Women's doubles Mixed doubles
1st 1934 Vijay A. Madgavkar no competition D. Minas
V. Minas
no competition no competition
2nd 1935 T. Banerji T. P. Boland Vijay A. Madgavkar
B. Roy
T. P. Boland
Cameron
3rd 1936 George Lewis Pearl Goss Harmarain
Hadait
Pearl Goss
D. Shandley
N. Knight
I. Brydges
4th 1937 George Lewis
Novina George
5th 1938 George Lewis
Kartar Singh
Pearl Goss
K. Minos
6th 1939 Easdon Harmarain
Sahur Ahmed
Easdon
Holloway
Kartar Singh
Easdon
7th 1940 Chee Choon Keng Pearl Goss Dattu Mugwe
M. G. Mugwe
P. Cook
Catchik
Vijay A. Madgavkar
Pearl Goss
1941 no competition
8th 1942 Prakash Nath Tara Deodhar Ashok Nath
Prakash Nath
Tara Deodhar
Sunder Deodhar
Raja Patwardhan
Sunder Deodhar
9th 1943 Devinder Mohan George Lewis
Devinder Mohan
V. N. Iyer
Ravibala Chitale
10th 1944 Khandu Rangnekar
Dattu Mugwe
Frenee Talyarkhan
Mumtaj Chinoy
Prakash Nath
Sunder Deodhar
11th 1945 Prakash Nath Mumtaj Chinoy George Lewis
Devinder Mohan
12th 1946 Devinder Mohan Sunder Deodhar Ashok Nath
Prakash Nath
Suman Deodhar
Sunder Deodhar
Devinder Mohan
Sunder Deodhar
13th 1947 Flag of Federated Malay States.png S. A. Durai Denmark Tonny Ahm Flag of Federated Malay States.png A. S. Samuel
Flag of Federated Malay States.png Chan Kon Leong
Denmark Tage Madsen
India Suman Deodhar
1948 no competition
14th 1949 Devinder Mohan Pearl Goss Dattu Mugwe
Bala V. Ullal
Acharya
Tambe
George Lewis
Novina George
15th 1950 B. Farias Henry Ferreira
Devinder Mohan
B. Farias
S. Phansalkar
Henry Ferreira
B. Farias
16th 1951 Amrit Lal Diwan Suman Deodhar Gajanan Hemmady
Manoj Guha
Suman Deodhar
Sunder Deodhar
Trilok Nath Seth
D. H. Devid
17th 1952 Trilok Nath Seth Sushila Rege Henry Ferreira
Devinder Mohan
Sushila Rege
Shashi Bhatt
Henry Ferreira
Sushila Rege
18th 1953 Nandu M. Natekar Gajanan Hemmady
Manoj Guha
Nandu M. Natekar
Shashi Bhat
19th 1954 Sunder Deodhar Suman Deodhar
Sunder Patwardhan
20th 1955 Trilok Nath Seth Prema Prashar Nandu M. Natekar
Ravindra. A. Dongre
Prema Prashar
Sushila Kapadia
D. N. Dhongade
Prama Prashar
21st 1956 Tara Dandige Nandu M. Natekar
R. D. Vimawala
J. Kour
Meena Shah
D. N. Dhongade
M. Gokhale
22nd 1957 Prema Prashar D. N. Dhongade
R. D. Vimawala
Prema Prashar
Sushila Kapadia
Chandrakant Deoras
Sushila Kapadia
23rd 1958 Nandu M. Natekar Sushila Kapadia Nandu M. Natekar
M. K. Bopardikar
Amrit Lal Diwan
Meena Shah
24th 1959 Denmark Erland Kops Meena Shah Denmark Erland Kops
India R. D. Vimawala
Malaysia Cecilia Samuel
Malaysia Tan Gaik Bee
Denmark Erland Kops
Malaysia Tan Gaik Bee
25th 1960 Nandu M. Natekar Nandu M. Natekar
Chandrakant Deoras
Prema Prashar
Manda Kelkar
Chandrakant Deoras
Prema Prashar
26th 1961 Nandu M. Natekar
Manda Kelkar
27th 1962 Suresh Goel A. I. Sheikh
P. J. Banphot
Sarojini Apte
Sunila Apte
Chandrakant Deoras
Manda Kelkar
28th 1963 Nandu M. Natekar
Chandrakant Deoras
Sushila Kapadia
Manda Kelkar
Satiash Bhatia
S. Pannu
29th 1964 Dipu Ghosh
Raman Ghosh
Meena Shah
Sunila Apte
Chandrakant Deoras
Meena Shah
30th 1965 Nandu M. Natekar Suresh Goel
Chandrakant Deoras
Meena Shah
Sarojini Apte
A. I. Sheikh
Shobha Moorthy
31st 1966 Dinesh Khanna Sarojini Apte Khor Chengehye
Lee Guan Choong
Shobha Moorthy
Manda Kelkar
Nandu M. Natekar
Manda Kelkar
32nd 1967 Suresh Goel Sarojini Gogte Dipu Ghosh
Raman Ghosh
Sarojini Gogte
Sunila Apte
Dipu Ghosh
Sushila Gogte
33rd 1968 Satish Bhatia Damayanti Tambay Raman Ghosh
Chandrakant Deoras
Damayanti Tambay
Joe Phillips
Raman Ghosh
Malati Tambe Vaidya
34th 1969 Dipu Ghosh Dipu Ghosh
Raman Ghosh
Shobha Moorthy
Morin Mathias
Asif Parpia
Rafia Latif
35th 1970 Suresh Goel Nandu M. Natekar
Shobha Moorthy
36th 1971 Prakash Padukone Shobha Moorthy Dipu Ghosh
Suresh Goel
Asif Parpia
Morin Mathias
37th 1972 Rafia Latif Asif Parpia
Anil Pradhan
Satish Bhatia
Rafia Latif
38th 1973 Ami M. Ghia Prakash Padukone
Leroy D'Sa
Morin Mathias
Vatsala Ramamoorthy
Asif Parpia
Morin Mathias
39th 1974 Raman Ghosh
Davinder Ahuja
Ami M. Ghia
Morin Mathias
Suresh Goel
Morin Mathias
40th 1975 Suresh Goel
Leroy D'Sa
41st 1976 Prakash Padukone
Leroy D'Sa
Ami M. Ghia
Morin D'Souza
Suresh Goel
Morin D'Souza
42nd 1977 Kanwal Thakur Singh Latha Kailash
Noreen Padua
P. G. Chengappa
Uma Moorthy
43rd 1978 Pradeep S. Gandhe
Sanjay Sharma
Kanwal Thakur Singh
Ami M. Ghia
Satish Bhatia
Latha Kailash
44th 1979 Ami M. Ghia Prakash Padukone
Kiran Kaushik
Ami M. Ghia
Morin D'Souza
Parthasarathy
B. Raman
45th 1980 Syed Modi Partho Ganguli
P. G. Chengappa
Radhika Bose
Ami M. Ghia
Leroy D'sa
Ami M. Ghia
46th 1981 Madhumita Bisht Partho Ganguli
Vikam Singh
Kanwal Thakur Singh
Sunita
Sanat Misra
Madhumita Goswami
47th 1982 Radhika Bose Uday Pawar
Pradeep S. Gandhe
Radhika Bose
Ami M. Ghia
Partho Ganguli
Ami M. Ghia
48th 1983 Ami M. Ghia Leroy D'Sa
Sanat Misra
P. G. Chengappa
Radhika Bose
49th 1984 Madhumita Bisht Ami M. Ghia
Deepti Thanekar
Pradeep S. Gandhe
Ami M. Ghia
50th 1985 Partho Ganguli
Vikram Singh
Madhumita Bisht
Mallika Barua
51st 1986 Leroy D'Sa
Sanat Misra
Madhumita Bisht
Ami M. Ghia
Sanat Misra
Madhumita Bisht
52nd 1987 Uday Pawar
Ravi Kunte
Madhumita Bisht
Ami M. Ghia
53rd 1988 U. Vimal Kumar Prakash Padukone
Vinod Kumar
54th 1989 Partho Ganguli
Vikam Singh
Harjeet Singh[disambiguation needed]
Madhumita Bisht
55th 1990 George Thomas Uday Pawar
Vinod Kumar
Madhumita Bisht
Sudha Padmanabhan
56th 1991 Rajeev Bagga Manjusha Pawangadkar Manjusha Pawangadkar
Archana Deodhar
Harjeet Singh[disambiguation needed]
Sindhu Gulati
57th 1992 George Thomas
Jaseel P. Ismail
58th 1993 Deepankar Bhattacharjee Vinod Kumar
Bhushan Akut
Nancy Keith
Sindhu Gulati
Anil Nair
Archana Deodhar
59th 1994 P.V.V. Lakshmi Vinod Kumar
Madhumita Bisht
60th 1995 Jaseel P. Ismail
Vijaydeep Singh
P.V.V. Lakshmi
P. V. Sharada
61st 1996 Pullela Gopichand Manjusha Pawangadkar Jaseel P. Ismail
Vijaydeep Singh
Manjusha Kanwar
Archana Deodhar
62nd 1997 Aparna Popat Rajeev Bagga
Vinod Kumar
Madhumita Bisht
Sindhu Gulati
63rd[1] 1998 Jaseel P. Ismail
Vincent Lobo
Manjusha Kanwar
Archana Deodhar
Vincent Lobo
Archana Deodhar
64th[2] 1999 Markose Bristow
Vijaydeep Singh
Madhumita Bisht
P. V. V. Lakshmi
Jaseel P. Ismail
Manjusha Kanwar
65th[3] 2000 Vincent Lobo
Jaseel P. Ismail
Jwala Gutta
Shruti Kurian
Vincent Lobo[4]
Madhumita Bisht
66th[5] 2001 Abhinn Shyam Gupta Sanave Thomas
Valiyaveetil Diju
Neelima Chowdary
D. Swetha
Markose Bristow
Madhumita Bisht
67th[6] 2002 Markose Bristow
Rupesh Kumar
Jwala Gutta
Shruti Kurian
Jaseel P. Ismail
Manjusha Kanwar
68th[7] 2003 Chetan Anand Pullela Gopichand
Jwala Gutta
69th[8] 2004 Anup Sridhar Rupesh Kumar
Sanave Thomas
Markose Bristow
B. R. Meenakshi
70th[9] 2005 Valiyaveetil Diju
Jwala Gutta
71st[10] 2006 Chetan Anand Saina Nehwal Valiyaveetil Diju
Aparna Balan[11]
72nd[12] 2007 Valiyaveetil Diju
Jwala Gutta
73rd[13] 2008 Arvind Bhat Sayali Gokhale
74th[14] 2009 Chetan Anand Trupti Murgunde Jwala Gutta
Ashwini Ponnappa
75th[15] 2010 Arvind Bhat Aditi Mutatkar Aparna Balan
Prajakta Sawant
Pranav Chopra
Prajakta Sawant
76th[16] 2011 Sourabh Varma P. V. Sindhu Tarun Kona
Arun Vishnu
Prajakta Sawant
Pradnya Gadre
Arun Vishnu
Aparna Balan
77th[17] 2012 Parupalli Kashyap Sayali Gokhale Manu Attri
Sumeeth Reddy B
Aparna Balan
Siki Reddy
78th[18] 2013 Srikanth Kidambi P. V. Sindhu Pranaav Jerry Chopra
Akshay Dewalkar
Jwala Gutta
Ashwini Ponnappa
79th[19] 2014 Sai Praneeth Ruthvika Shivani Manu Attri
B. Sumeeth Reddy
Pradnya Gadre
N. Sikki Reddy
80th[20] 2015 Sameer Verma P. C. Thulasi Pranav Chopra
Akshay Dewalkar

References[edit]

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  20. ^ "80th Senior National Badminton Championships 2015-16 at Chandigarh". tournament software. Retrieved 20 April 2016. 

External links[edit]

Badminton Association of India: National Winners