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Youth icon: Why APJ Abdul Kalam clicked among India's young
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Youth icon: Why APJ Abdul Kalam clicked among India's young

Four years ago on a winter morning in Guwahati, 14-year-old Anwesha Roy could not believe her ears when she came to know she was among the 10 students selected from her school to interact with former president APJ Abdul Kalam. "He spoke to us as ... Hindustan Times, 3 hours ago
APJ Abdul Kalam: A flaming torch that ignited young minds Business Insider India, 6 hours 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.com2 days ago India A vs Australia A: Spotlight on Virat Kohli  NDTV6 hours ago All Eyes on Kohli as India A Take on Australia A  New Indian Express7 hours ago All eyes on Virat Kohli as India A take on Australia A  ZeeNews.com7 hours ago
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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 Express6 hours ago Kalam with Dr Sarabhai  Rediff.com7 hours ago

Indian-origin restaurant owner found guilty of sexual assaults

An Indian-origin restaurant owner with "wandering hands" has been found guilty of seven charges of sexually assaulting young women in the UK. Prashant Sengar, boss of the Spicy Affair restaurant in Victoria Terrace, Leamington, claimed that six women who made ...
 Zee News5 hours ago

Nightclub in Mumbai refuses entry to couple for being Indian

MUMBAI: A young couple has lodged a police complaint against two staffers of a nightclub in Juhu, stating that the employees had denied them entry into the establishment early on Sunday, 'because they were Indians'. One of the accused is a ...
 Times of India1 day ago #HeightOfRacism This Couple Was Denied Entry Into A Mumbai Nightclub Because They Were 'Indian'  Indiatimes1 day ago Mumbai Nightclub Refuses Entry to Couple 'For Being Indian'  International Business Times India22 hours ago HeightOfRacism This Couple Was Denied Entry Into A Mumbai Nightclub Because They Were Indian  Indiatimes1 day ago
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Exclusive: Glad we didn't fall into 'death trap', say Indian ISIS aspirants

In the first-ever interview of young Indian Muslims caught trying to join ISIS, they reveal how grateful they feel they were stopped from making the mistake and how they had been recruited. A file photograph shows ISIS fighters burning piles ...
 India Today1 day ago Happy we escaped 'death trap', say Indian ISIS aspirants  MSN India1 day ago
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Vivek Agarwal wins the "Young Entrepreneur of 2015" title

The 28-year-old achiever in the Indian Business industry, Vivek Agarwal, won the Young Entrepreneur of 2015 title. Rajiv Pratap Rudy, Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, presented the award to him for his outstanding ...
 The Statesman1 day ago Young Indian entrepreneur wins American award  Fibre 2 Fashion3 days ago Vivek Agarwal bags Young Entrepreneur of 2015 award  Economic Times4 days ago

Indian politics: Why young people are not rising up

'Indian politics is still very much a closed shop, with leaders in their 80s and 70s still refusing to go into vanaprastha, or retirement.' All successful professions have a usual career pattern -- bright talent comes in and does the grunt work in the initial five years. After these learning years, talent moves to the middle tier where it performs and achieves recognition. After a few years, luck permitting, a few make it to the top tier, where their decades of experience help them deliver ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
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Kush Kumar clinches first title on PSA tour

New Delhi: Young Indian squash player Kush Kumar today bagged his maiden PSA title by defeating top seed Jamie Haycocks of England in straight games in the summit clash of the USD 5,000 Tasmanian open in Devonport in Australia. The third seeded ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 day ago Kush Claims First PSA Title  New Indian Express1 day ago Young squash player Kush Kumar clinches first title in PSA tour  Zee News1 day ago Kush Kumar clinches first title in PSA tour  Business Standard2 days ago

Indian taste buds crave western fast food

Youngsters appear to favour Western fast food over Indian and Chinese versions. The popularity of Western fast food is growing at an exponential rate as the change in consumption pattern among the young is making it more conducive for western ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago
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