YOUNG

  • Australian comedian Stella Young dies December 9, 2014

    London: Australian comedian, broadcaster and prominent disability activist Stella Young has died at the age of 32. The star - who was also a well-known disability campaigner - had a genetic disorder known as steogenesis imperfecta, which causes bones to break easily, reported BBC online. She passed away "unexpectedly" on Saturday...
  • 'Young turks' book: Inspiring stories of India's brightest entrepreneurs November 30, 2014

    For 13 years, CNBC TV-18's Young Turks has been India's longest running show on Entrepreneurship and has brought audiences the most inspiring start up stories. ...
  • Watch: Young Turks Book launch- chronicling stories of some of India's brightest minds November 26, 2014

    Watch the book launch of India's young entrepreneurs and their inspirational biographies. ...
  • 'Young turks' book: Showcasing stories of India's brightest entrepreneurs November 18, 2014

    For 13 years, CNBC TV-18's Young turks has been India's longest running show on Entrepreneurship and has brought audiences the most inspiring start up stories. The first young turks book published by Random House India profiles stories of 13 of India's brightest young entrepreneurs. The book was launched in a...
  • DU student wins Young Achievers prize for information activism October 15, 2014

    New Delhi: A Delhi University student who has filed over 100 RTIs since his schooling days has bagged an international Young Achievers' Award for his information activism. Himadrish Suwan was named for the Young Achievers' Award by the International Association of Educators for World Peace, which is affiliated to the United...
  • Young Indian architect named 'leader of tomorrow' by Time magazine September 20, 2014

    New York: A 28yearold Indian architect has been named "young leader of tomorrow" by Time magazine for his pioneering work in designing affordable floodproof houses for slum dwellers. Alok Shetty is among "leaders of tomorrow" who are "working hard to change their worlds on Saturday," Time said as it named six...
  • India to have half a billion internet user by 2020: Google India September 17, 2014

    Google India feels the way internet users are increasing day by day, the number of internet users will cross half a billion mark by 2020. ...
  • Congress member Sandeep Dikshit slams Rahul Gandhi supporters September 14, 2014

    In an interview to CNNIBN, Congress member Sandeep Dikshit slams Rahul Gandhi supporters. "Young secretaries have reduced Rahul Gandhi to a factional leader. Groupism is harming the Congress party and criticising senior leaders not correct," said Dikshit. ...
  • National Herald case: HC stays lower court's summons to Gandhis till August 13 August 6, 2014

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has stayed a lower court's summons to Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi in the National Herald case till August 13. The Congress leaders were summoned in relation to the alleged misappropriation of assets worth Rs 2000 crore of the National Herald newspaper. Senior Congress leader...
  • Manchester United beat Real Madrid to advance to International Champions Cup final August 3, 2014

    The largest crowd to watch a soccer match in the United States 109,318 poured into Michigan Stadium on Saturday to see Manchester United beat Real Madrid 31 in a friendly. The appeal of two of the world's most iconic sports teams attracted fans to the International Champions Cup match...
  • Donald Young to face Raonic in Washington semis August 2, 2014

    Washington: There appeared to be little reason to expect Donald Young to make a deep run at the Citi Open. The lefthanded American arrived at the hardcourt tuneup for the US Open on a fourmatch losing streak. He was 1013 this season. He hadn't reached the semifinals at any tourlevel event...
  • Galaxy Core II, Ace 4, Young 2, Star 2: Samsung unveils four new budget Android smartphones July 1, 2014

    New Delhi: Expanding its Galaxy lineup, Samsung has introduced four new smartphones Galaxy Core II, Galaxy Ace 4, Galaxy Young 2, Galaxy Star 2. All new Galaxy devices run the latest Android 4.4 operating system. The Galaxy Core II is powered by a 1.2GHz quadcore processor and has a...
  • Australian hockey great Liam de Young retires June 27, 2014

    One of the most decorated players in Australian hockey, Liam de Young announced his retirement on Friday after 312 international appearances. The Brisbaneborn, one of only four men to play more than 300 games for Australia, hung up his stick as an Olympic champion and a threetime Olympic medallist, double World...
  • Trouble for Sonia, Rahul as court sends summons in National Herald case June 26, 2014

    New Delhi: Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are in a spot of bother after a Delhi court summoned them for a hearing on a petition filed by BJP leader Subramanian Swamy for the alleged cheating and misappropriation of funds in acquiring ownership of the nowdefunct English daily National...
  • National Herald case: Congress defends Sonia, Rahul Gandhi June 26, 2014

    New Delhi: Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi have not received any notice from the court regarding the National Herald case in which they have been named as accused, said party spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi. "This is a stale complaint, we have not received the complaint letter; will give an...
  • 1,000 km of new BRT would save 27,000 lives in India: World Bank June 24, 2014

    Washington: World Bank President Jim Young Kim has said India can save more than 27,000 lives and create over 128,000 jobs if it builds 1,000 kilometres of new bus rapid transit (BRT) lanes in the next 20 years. "If India built 1,000 kilometres of new, bus rapid transit lanes, over...
  • As it happened: South Korea vs Algeria, World Cup 2014 June 22, 2014

    Catch all the Live action from the Group H encounter between South Korea and Algeria at Estadio BieraRio in Porto Alegre. (Scroll down for the Live Blog) South Korea and Algeria have to put disappointing opening results behind them when they meet, each knowing a victory would leave them wellplaced to...
  • Young Iraqis volunteer to fight surging militants June 14, 2014

    Baghdad: Hundreds of young Iraqi men gripped by religious and nationalistic fervor streamed into volunteer centers on Saturday across Baghdad, answering a call by the country's top Shiite cleric to join the fight against Sunni militants advancing in the north. Dozens climbed into the back of army trucks, chanting Shiite slogans...
  • Bain sues Ernst & Young over $60 mn loss in Lilliput Kidswear June 13, 2014

    Hong Kong/Mumbai: Global private equity firm Bain Capital Partners LLC is suing EY in a United States court, claiming that the auditing firm cost it roughly $60 million by advising it to invest in Lilliput Kidswear, a children's clothing company in India. Bain alleges that it invested around $60 million in...
  • British comic actor Rik Mayall dies aged 56 June 10, 2014

    London: Rik Mayall, the comic actor who pioneered a new wave of British television comedy in the 1980s, died on Monday, aged 56, his management company said. Famed for his anarchic comic style, Mayall cowrote and starred in the BBC sitcom "The Young Ones", played the corrupt but suave politician Alan...
  • Holders Australia enter semifinals of hockey World Cup June 7, 2014

    The Hague: Defending champions Australia became the first team to ensure passage into the semifinals of the hockey World Cup with a 50 hammering of England here on Saturday, giving them a maximum 12 points from four matches in Group A. England, with seven points from four outings, are still in...
  • New Zealand: Indianorigin man sentenced to life for killing his estranged wife June 5, 2014

    Wellington : An Indianorigin man in New Zealand has been sentenced to life for killing his estranged wife while he was on bail, The New Zealand Herald reported on Thursday. The High Court at Wellington Thursday sentenced Rajeshwar Singh, 47, to a mandatory life sentence with a minimum nonparole period of...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show June 1, 2014

    This week, Citizens from across the country post their messages to Prime Minister Modi. Plus, Irom Sharmila's appeal to the PM and much more. ...
  • UP policemen to take online test for promotions May 22, 2014

    Policemen in Uttar Pradesh will now have to under go online tests, an official said. The examination would be used to benchmark the promotional criterion. "The tests will be held between May 22July 27," Sandeep Salunke, IG (Technical Services) said. "The tests would be taken by constables and inspectors in all the...
  • Park, Ki included in South Korea's football World Cup squad May 8, 2014

    Arsenal striker Park Chuyoung is going to his third World Cup for South Korea despite concerns about his lack of game time in the Premier League. Hong Myungbo picked Park among nine Europebased players in the 23man South Korea squad he announced on Thursday. The South Korea coach unveiled a youthful and...
  • Development and employment the most important issues, claim young voters May 7, 2014

    CNN IBN's Marya Shakil caught up with a few first time women voters in the Saran constituency of Bihar to find out the issues which they think should hold importance in the ongoing elections. ...
  • Young India Debates: Influence of social media in politics May 4, 2014

    In third show of the special series 'Young India Debates', CNNIBN's Anubha Bhonsle visits Manav Rachna International University in Faridabad and discusses the politics and social media with the students and the panel of experts. ...
  • Watch: 'Young India Debates' on 2014 Lok Sabha elections April 27, 2014

    In the run to 2014 Lok Sabha elections, CNNIBN brings forth the issues raised by firsttime voters. ...
  • CJ Youngistan: What do young voters think about Modi's marital status? April 21, 2014

    Prime Ministerial nominee Narendra Modi has for the first time declared himself as a married man by revealing his wife's name as Jashodaben in an affidavit filed before the Election Commission. So how do the young voters view this news? ...