Saturday, 27 October 2012

At age10 Shravan and at 12 Sanjay Kumaran are Co-Founders of GoDimensions


We develop Application for new World to make life easier. Our Focus is to develop Mobile Application. Primarily in the area of Education, Games, Lifestyle & Convenience.

This is what their's website homepage says..... Shravan is 12 year old studying 8th Grade and Sanjay is 10 year old studying 6th Grade They are both Co-Founders of GoDimensions ( Shravan (10) and Sanjay Kumaran (12), two brothers from Chennai have created mobile phone applications that have witnessed over 10,000 downloads across the world already.  

Sindhuja Rajaraman: Meet the 14-year CEO of Seppan Entertainment

  • We are a team from different departments our crew co-ordinates in all ways, though we are varing ages we all equally proceed.

With an IQ of 225, K. Vishalini from Palayamkottai is the Best !!!

  • She has a tested IQ of 225, much higher than the current World record holder(210)
  • She has passed Microsoft Certified Professional and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) with more than 90% when she was just 10 years old - a world record again.
  • She regularly now gets invited for "guest lectures" on Engineering topics at International conferences and by prestigious institutions.

Kirtana Vallabhaneni UK Young Scientist of the Year 2012


  A 17 year old young Kirtana Vallabhaneni a student of West Kirby Grammar School named the UK Young Scientist of the Year as the prize award at The Big Bang Fair at Birmingham’s NEC on Friday.

Deepika Kurup a Malayali girl is America’s Top Young Scientist


  Deepika Kurup, the US based Malayali girl whose scientific project impressed many including President Obama, has been named America’s Top Young Scientist and awarded $25,000 and an adventure trip.

Wednesday, 24 October 2012

India superpower ! (?) Says Ron Marz, and Rovolt’s CEO Manish Sinha

 As discovered by NewsHut and as told to :Sumedha Deo, HT

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Most of us have memories of sneakily reading comics hidden in our textbooks and prancing around the house with a dupatta-cape around our necks. Comic book writer Ron Marz has played a part in this childhood dream of becoming a superhero fulfilled — he’s worked on characters like the Green Lantern and Silver Surfer.