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Fast and furious: India's young pacer Khan making waves

Fast and furious: India's young pacer Khan making waves

- Meet India's young pace gun -- Avesh Khan, an unassuming 18-year-old from Indore, who wants to create his own identity. IMAGE: India's Avesh Khan celebrates a wicket during Under-19 One-Day match against Bangaldesh in Kolkata. Photograph: PTI He is just 18 but is capable of bowling really quick as was proved when he touched 139.8kmph against Pakistan in the last Under-19 World Cup.At six feet two inches, the right-armer bowls raw pace and his weapon, a sharp off-cutter that defined India's ..., 4 days ago

Top thirty under thirty: Today's youth leads the change India wants

In the final part of this year's Youth Forum roll of honour, meet young achievers chosen to follow their passion to success, and how. The message is clear: Today's youth dreams big and knows what it takes to live it. An encouraging sign is the ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago

PM Hasina: Bangladesh wants to reopen closed roads connecting India

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said Bangladesh wants to reopen the frontier roads connecting India which have remained closed since 1965 India-Pakistan War, aiming to further strengthen connectivity. The prime minister said this when a ...
 South Asia Monitor13 hours ago
Khaleej Times

Young NRIs spend big on...

NRIs in the UAE aged between 18 and 35 account for 43 per cent of investment in Indian real estate. Young Indian expatriates in the UAE now account for a majority of property purchases in their home country. NRIs in the UAE aged between ...
 Khaleej Times18 hours ago Young NRIs major buyers of Indian property  The Gulf Today1 week ago Young NRI population form major chunk of Indian property investment  GoDubai.com1 week ago
Pakistan Observer

IHK's disturbing new reality

- NASEER Ahmed Pandit, a young Jammu and Kashmir Police constable was the first to cast his vote. During an India-Pakistan match, he stood out for being amongst the few who cheered for India. And on polling day, he went out of his way to feed cups ...
 Pakistan Observer21 hours ago

This 24-Year-Old Delhi Guy Who Adopted And Developed A Tribal Village In Karnataka Is An Inspiration For Entire Young India

When Rahul Prasad, final-year student of RV College of Engineering, first visited Bhadrapura, a small village 3km off Mysuru Road, in Ramanagara district, he wasn't even 20. Facebook He remembers going there with toothbrushes, soaps and ...
 Indiatimes1 day ago This 24-Year-Old Delhi Guy Who Uplifted An Entire Tribal Village In Karnataka Is An Inspiration For Entire Young India  Indiatimes1 day ago
The Express Tribune

India's women students rebel against university curfews

At a night-time protes­t, hundre­d young female studen­ts gather­ed outsid­e a subway statio­n singin­g and raisin­g placar­ds Indian student activists Shambhawi Vikram (L) and Shriya Subhashini (C) speak to fellow students as they ...
 The Express Tribune5 days ago Women oppose varsity curfews in India's rape capital days ago India's female students rebel against curfews  China Post5 days ago Breaking India's gender cage  Taipei Times Online3 days ago
Daily Times

Ranbir Kapoor wants to work in Pakistani films

India November 21(IM):He is gearing up for a big release opposite Deepika Padukone and considering the fact that his last few outings were flop, Ranbir Kapoor can certainly use some experiment. And to experiment, he wants to go the neighbouring ...
 Indian Mirror4 days ago Ranbir Kapoor will appear in a Pakistani movie? : November 21, 2015, 11:45 am  Daily Times4 days ago

Why this priestly community wants reservation

IMAGE: Young Namboothiris priests undergo training. Photograph only published for representational purposes. Image: Kind courtesy Finnian MM Gerety/Vimeo 'Our children score very high marks, but do not get admission in good colleges. They get top rank, but they do not get jobs because they belong to the so-called forward caste.' 'What can we do when a boy or girl from the community with first rank is considered only at the 6th or 7th position for a government job just because those with ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

More young expatriates planning to buy property in India: Report

Forty-three per cent of UAE-based Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), between ages 18 and 35 years, are more inclined to buy property back home, a new survey reveals. This trend has been strengthening in the past one decade. While earlier, we saw older ...
 Emirates2473 days ago
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