Heading Crisil would have been the peak of most people's professional lives.But Roopa Kudva felt that was the right time to change tracks.She tells Anjuli Bhargava about how she embraced a whole new learning experience at the Omidyar Network. IMAGE: Roopa Kudva. Photograph: Kind courtesy Omidyar.com. At 50, Roopa Kudva decided it was time to change tracks. She had been the CEO of Crisil for eight years and had been with the organisation for 23 years (since 1992). She had earned more money ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
She may be Indias first and only woman wrestler to have won an Olympic medal but that does not seem enough for Sakshi Malik as she now aims to equal Sushil Kumars historic feat of winning two Olympic medals at the 2020 Tokyo Games. "My aim is to equal Sushil ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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