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Maneyapanda Muthanna Somaya (born 8 May 1959) is a former Indian field hockey player from Coorg, Karnataka. He was a member of Indian squad in many international games, including the team that won the Gold medal at the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympic Games. Somaya went on to play two more Olympic Games, viz., 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games, and 1988 Seoul Summer Olympic Games. He was the captain of the 1988 Olympics team. In 2007 Somaya was bestowed the Life Time Achievement award by the . He is also a recipient of Arjuna Award. He worked for Bharat Petroleum in Mumbai.

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  • Maneyapanda Muthanna Somaya (born 8 May 1959) is a former Indian field hockey player from Coorg, Karnataka. He was a member of Indian squad in many international games, including the team that won the Gold medal at the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympic Games. Somaya went on to play two more Olympic Games, viz., 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games, and 1988 Seoul Summer Olympic Games. He was the captain of the 1988 Olympics team. In 2007 Somaya was bestowed the Life Time Achievement award by the . He is also a recipient of Arjuna Award. He worked for Bharat Petroleum in Mumbai.
  • Maneyapanda Muthanna Somaya (born 8 May 1959) is a former Indian field hockey player from Coorg, Karnataka. He was a member of Indian squad in many international games, including the team that won the Gold medal at the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympic Games. Somaya went on to play two more Olympic Games, viz., the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games, and the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympic Games. He was the captain of the 1988 Olympics team. In 2007, Somaya was bestowed the Life Time Achievement award by the . He is also a recipient of Arjuna Award. He has worked for Bharat Petroleum in Mumbai.
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  • Maneyapanda Muthanna Somaya (born 8 May 1959) is a former Indian field hockey player from Coorg, Karnataka. He was a member of Indian squad in many international games, including the team that won the Gold medal at the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympic Games. Somaya went on to play two more Olympic Games, viz., 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games, and 1988 Seoul Summer Olympic Games. He was the captain of the 1988 Olympics team. In 2007 Somaya was bestowed the Life Time Achievement award by the . He is also a recipient of Arjuna Award. He worked for Bharat Petroleum in Mumbai.
  • Maneyapanda Muthanna Somaya (born 8 May 1959) is a former Indian field hockey player from Coorg, Karnataka. He was a member of Indian squad in many international games, including the team that won the Gold medal at the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympic Games. Somaya went on to play two more Olympic Games, viz., the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games, and the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympic Games. He was the captain of the 1988 Olympics team. In 2007, Somaya was bestowed the Life Time Achievement award by the . He is also a recipient of Arjuna Award. He has worked for Bharat Petroleum in Mumbai.
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