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Unmukt named India A captain for tri-series
The Assam Tribune

Unmukt Chand named India A captain for tri-series

Young Delhi batsman Unmukt Chand was on Saturday appointed India A captain for the upcoming ODI cricket tri-series involving Australia A and South Africa A starting here on August 5. Last Updated: Saturday, August 1, 2015 - 14:14 Chennai: Young Delhi batsman ... Zee News, 1 day ago
Unmukt named India A captain for tri-series The Assam Tribune, 14 hours ago
Business Insider India

APJ Abdul Kalam: A flaming torch that ignited young minds

Former Indian President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam died in Shillong on Monday. That was about the same day, when India experienced a bout of terrorism in Punjab. Was it something of a coincidence? Kalam, the peace keeper was igniting minds about making ...
 Business Insider India5 days ago Tearful India Bids Adieu to its son APJ Abdul Kalam In Rameswaram  Tehelka3 days ago President Kalam, an idea whose time had come  Rediff.com3 days ago Thank you Uncle Kalam, says special inmate  The Telegraph3 days ago
Business Standard India

Land issues a barrier for global steel giants in India: Ernst & Young report

NEW DELHI: Unlike major steel players in countries like China and US shifting closer to customers, India has barriers like land issues, which prevented global giants like ArcelorMittal and POSCO to take off their projects, a Ernst & Young report ...
 Economic Times4 days ago 'Land issues a barrier for steel giants in India'  Business Standard India4 days ago 'Land issues plague steel giants in India'  News Today4 days ago 'Land issues a barrier for global steel giants in India'  The Statesman4 days ago

'A lot of our young guys will want to impress the Indian captain'

India's Virat Kohli during a practice session. Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images Rahul Dravid has hailed Virat Kohli's decision to play against Australia A, saying it shows Test skipper's intent and keenness to prepare himself for the upcoming Sri Lanka series.  "It is great. It is fantastic that Virat wants to come and play. In fact, he spoke to me almost three weeks ago wanting to play at least one match in the series. It is nice that he is very keen ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Dravid applauds Kohli's call to play for India A  Yahoo! India1 week ago Virat Kohli's presence will be a great boost for lot of the young guys in the team: India A coach Rahul Dravid  Indian Express1 week ago Fantastic that Virat wants to play for India A: Dravid  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Hindustan Times

He's just 19 and India's youngest CA: Meet Nischal Narayanam

Nischal Narayanam has become the youngest ever to clear the Chartered Accountant (CA) examination.The 19 year-old boy is also a renowned mathematical genius. Although Narayanam has cleared one of the toughest exams in the country, he will have ...
 Hindustan Times2 days ago India's youngest CA Nischal Narayanam wants to cure math phobia in people  DNA2 days ago Meet Nischal Narayanam: India?s youngest Chartered Accountant  Jagran Post2 days ago Nischal Narayanam becomes youngest CA at 19  Can India News2 days ago

Axar Patel predictable, not Test material: Sunil Gavaskar

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar on Thursday said young left-arm spinner Axar Patel was not Test cricket material, and was at best "a roller of the ball" who was very much predictable. Gavaskar said that 21-year-old spinner was "not the next big thing of ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Just rolls ball, no flight, predictable: Akshar not alternative spinner for India, says Gavaskar  First Post.com1 week ago Sunil Gavaskar criticises Axar Patel, says he 'just rolls the ball'  One India1 week ago Axar's deliveries very much predictable, says Gavaskar  Rediff.com1 week ago
Indian Express

US media highlights Abdul Kalam's role in India's nuclear programme

Kalam was one of the few young scientists sent by Dr Vikram Sarabhai for training of sounding rockets at the National Aeronautics Space Agency in the US. Describing him as one of the mostexuberant boosters of India's nuclear capabilities, the ...
 Indian Express5 days ago When India's Late President Kalam Trained as a Rocket Scientist With NASA  Time4 days ago

Farewell to icon who inspired young India

Dr Kalam believed being strong was necessary to promote peace. The peace he sought was meant to allow the downtrodden the space and resources to lead a better life... Dr Kalam believed being strong was necessary to promote peace. The peace he sought was meant ...
 Asian Age4 days ago

NewGen in saddle, India Inc takes giant strides

Not sure if his call fell on ears of youngsters studying in country's premier engineering institutes, Flipkart and Snapdeal, with young Marwari boys at their helm, have emerged the poster boys of India's start-up revolution.
 DNA2 days ago

India Inc employees root for younger bosses: Survey

ps has meant that young leaders are increasingly leading companies from the front, with over 60 per cent of India Inc employees prefering a young boss to an older and more experienced one, according to a survey. The TimesJobs Leadership Survey 2015 report ...
 Business Standard4 days ago IN BRIEF - Young's Seafood Limited One Young's Leadership Changes  Fish Information & Services3 days ago India Inc employees root for Young Leaders: TimesJobs Leadership Survey 2015  Web Newswire3 days ago
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