35 under 35
The-26-year-old Arjuna Awardee, Nikhat Zareen believes the recipe for her success and for any successful sportsperson is, " Dedication, hard work and sacrifices."
Our cricketers are by far one of the strongest role models for this country's youth, and Bhuvenshwar Kumar is one of them.
Our conversation with Aanchal Malhotra, the 33-year-old author of three books started with a question - Why did a book about the Partition, which is a chapter in every school history book, bring in so many young readers?
Queen of Quirk
Coolberg founders on building India's first zero alcohol beverage company
What makes Designhill different is its ability to provide a creative solution to every type of consumer whether it is a multinational organisation or a work-from-home mother.
The 35 people are a mix of beguiling divas, wealthiest, most promising businessmen and athletes under the age of 35
Success of a venture will be a result of your strong will power and there's no looking back if things are done with conviction
The entrepreneur has recently received an investment of $650,000 from the Singapore-based Lion Rock Capital
Chandru and his team are now developing 3D living human mini-livers and corneas
The 32 employee strength company wants to make sure that they focus on the right things and not just expand mindlessly
Jaipur Watch Company now manufactures its own cases, dials and crowns
Arora has also tied up with the Central Bureau of Investigation and Government of India to ease out Unified Payment Interface application
Currently, growing at 75 per cent month on month with a team of 80, Unacademy has raised their second round of investment from Blume Ventures, along with Stanford Angels India, WaterBridge Ventures, Sachin Bansal, Binny Bansal, Vijay Shekhar Sharma