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Why pursue tennis?

Entering school programs and encouraging children to take up sports, Mahesh Bhupati Tennis Academy (MBTA) has multiple academies in the country. Gaurav Natekar, an Arjuna Awardee, Asian Games Gold Medallist and a former Indian Tennis player holds the post of ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
India Blooms

Lara Dutta turns 38

Mumbai, Apr 16 (IBNS) Former Miss Universe turned Bollywood actress, Lara Dutta celebrates her 38th birthday on Saturday. The diva was also crowned the Miss Intercontinental crown in 1997. Lara was born in 1978 in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. ...
 India Blooms2 weeks ago

Smartron Catches Tendulkar's Investment Ball

Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar made his first investment in a technology start-up, a firm that makes smart devices, for which he will also be a brand ambassador. Tendulkar had earlier made seven investments — the Mumbai franchisee of the Indian ...
 Communications Today1 month ago The tech start-up that drew Sachin's attention  Rediff.com1 month ago Tendulkar makes his first tech start-up investment  Smart Investor1 month ago Sachin Tendulkar invests in IoT start-up Smartron India  Business Standard India1 month ago

Sonakshi, Salman, Sonam's Holi pictures!

Holi, the festival of colours, is right around the corner. Because of the water crises in the state, most celebrities have requested a dry Holi. And really, all we need is just a *little* colour in our lives to make our festivals brighter. Bollywood's stars show us how we can have fun with just a few handfuls of colour! Here's taking a look at pictures of actors' previous Holi celebrations.   IMAGE: Sonakshi Sinha. Photograph: Sonakshi Sinha/Twitter Sonakshi Sinha mixes the perfect ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Times of India

India high on GDP & population, bottom-scraper at Olympics

The country's 1.2 billion-plus population should be an advantage. It's $2 trillion economy should put it among the lords of the rings. Yet, we bring up the rear at the Games every four years. Why? Our sports budget converts into Rs 8 per Indian! As ...
 Times of India2 months ago High on GDP and population, bottom-scraper at Olympics  Economic Times2 months ago
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