In a Twitter post, Chopra said he is humbled and honoured to know that he has been named as a recipient of the Padma Shri award and the Param Vishisht Seva Medal.
The last date for athletes and coaches to apply is January 30.
Star athlete Neeraj Chopra turns angel investor, joins funding round of influencer marketing startup
A statement from the startup said that Chopra invested in a 'strategic round' which saw the company raise USD 1 million (about Rs 7.4 crore) from a clutch of investors.
After winning the historic Olympic gold in Tokyo, javelin thrower Chopra had expressed a desire to continue to train with the German biomechanical expert.
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The 24-year-old is confident that the mark is around the corner and certain tweaks in his technique will help him achieve his goal.
Son of a farmer, a strapping Neeraj, who turned 24 on Friday, immortalised his name in Indian sports history with his gold-winning throw of 87.58m on August 7, the penultimate day of the showpiece.
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He drew applause when, in response to what his favourite food is, he described how he liked to cook vegetable biryani, without making it spicy, and have it with curd.
According to the Sports Authority of India, Neeraj would fly out of the country on December 5 and the cost of the tour would be around Rs 47 lakh.