CWG 2018, India vs Malaysia, Badminton Mixed Team Event: India clinch historic gold Kidami Srikanth and Saina Nehwal |Photo Credit: PTI Thank you all for staying with us in the Live coverage of the mixed-event badminton final between India and Malaysia in the Commonwealth Games 2018 at Gold Coast in Australia. The Indian squad maintained their daunting form till the final on Monday and deservingly clinched their maiden gold medal in badminton mixed team event in CWG. While the mixed-doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and Satwik Rankireddy defeated Malaysian duo Peng Soon Chan and Liu Ying Goh in the first rubber by 21-14, 15-21, 21-15, Kidambi Srikanth delivered a dominating performance to thrash world no 1 Lee Chong Wei in the marquee match 21-17, 21-14 as India took a 2-0 lead over Malaysia.
Sandeep Karnavat –The Convenor of Thane’s Biggest Arts Festival Anyone living in Thane is no stranger to the biggest Art Festival that happens every year. Upvan Art Festival is one of the festivals that every Thaneite waits eagerly for as its color and enthusiasm radiate a unique charm. With a new aura every year, it is about time that we learn more about the history of the Festival, and there is no better place to start than learning about the man who helped put together the team in 2014. Sandeep Karnavat, a man of great taste and has been interested in the Indian Performing Arts and Culture since his youth. Intraday trading online in Indian stock market Indices tumble for 6th session; Nifty ends at 13,635 29-Jan-2021 12:00 am Domestic equity benchmarks extended losses for the sixth straight session on Friday. Both barometer indices fluctuated between gains and losses in a highly volatile session. Weak global cues triggered selling pressure. Investors were also cautious ahead of the Union Budget on Monday.
CWG 2018: Lifter Gurdeep Singh misses out on bronze, mixed day for India in Athletics Photo Credit: Twitter Grab Gold Coast: India's lifter Gurdeep Singh finished fourth in the Men's +105 kg event at the Commonwealth Games on Monday. Gurdeep lifted 175kg in snatch and 207 in clean and jerk to register a total of 382kg. Upvan Arts Festival2014 – A Grand Success The Upvan Arts Festival held on the 10th, 11th and 12th January was Thane’s first-ever public festival by the citizens of Thane City Meticulously planned around 15 Acres of the serene Upvan Lake, the Upvan Arts Festival witnessed an attendance of around Five Lakh people from Thane City, Mumbai, and other regions of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The festival was largely efficacious in bringing together the diverse cultures, art forms, and artists from across India and even the globe. Free Transportation by Buses from the Railway Station and important locations in Thane City like Waghale Estate, Vartak Nagar, Ghodbunder Road, etc to the Festival was organized for citizens of Thane City. The festival was one of a kind, as it showcased different art forms like Painting, Sculpture, Music, Dance, Theater, Photography Visual Arts, Installations, etc.
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CWG 2018: Shooters, Shuttlers, Paddlers extend India's medal tally on Day 5 Gold Coast: The ever-reliable Jitu Rai's pistol shot down a gold and a Games record, while the mixed badminton and men's table tennis sides also picked up milestone top finishes as India shone through in both the individual and team events on a splendid day 5 of the 21st Commonwealth Games. The weightlifters wrapped up their remarkable campaign with a final-day silver medal through Pardeep Singh (105kg), signing off with five gold, two silver and two bronze medals, topping the charts in the sport. In the overall medals tally, India jumped to third spot with 10 gold, four silver and five bronze medals after another fruitful day across sports, which fetched three gold, two silver and a bronze. Jitu started the gold rush today in the 10m air pistol event, shrugging off a weak qualifying round to shatter the Games record with a score of 235.1 in the final. "I had a bad qualifying round because I was sweating a lot, was feeling nervous and also the timing of my trigger was off.
Newsmaker of 2020: Sudarshan Venu Fourth-generation member of TVS Group, and Joint Managing Director of TVS Motor Co spearheaded the Norton Motorcycles acquisition and is now keen on positioning the company as a smart technology player. The acquisition of the iconic British brand Norton Motorcycles early this year was the first big inorganic move under the leadership of Sudarshan Venu, the fourth-generation member of TVS Group, and Joint Managing Director of TVS Motor Company. It was a littlae over three weeks into the national lockdown, April 17 to be precise, when TVS Motor Company announced its Rs 153 crore acquisition of the marquee British brand, Norton Motorcycles. In the dismal backdrop of Covid-19 and everyone cooped up in their homes, this was peppy news in the Indian context.
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Venu Srinivasan, Ajay Piramal appointed non-executive directors of Tata Sons Mumbai: Venu Srinivasan, chairman, Sundaram-Clayton and TVS Motor Company, and Ajay Piramal, chairman, Piramal Group and the Shriram Group, have been appointed as non-executive directors of Tata Sons with effect from today. Mr Srinivasan is one of India’s leading industrialists, and has served as the president of the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) for the year 2009-10, president of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) for the period 1999-2001 and chairman of the National Safety Council, Government of India. Mr Srinivasan is also the managing trustee of the Srinivasan Services Trust (SST). He was conferred with the JRD Tata Corporate Leadership Award by the All India Management Association for his contribution to leadership and management and the Jamsetji Tata Lifetime Achievement award by the Indian Society for Quality in the year 2004. Under his leadership, both Sundaram-Clayton and TVS Motor Company were conferred with the Deming Prize.