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Will the Start Up India Movement of the Government boost Digital Entrepreneurship at the grassroot?
|"They can because they think they can"
Golf is a rich man's sport in India and as a kid from a poor family, Shubham started off swinging shabby clubs in the mustard field of his village in Haryana.
Shubham Jaglan, 11 year and the only son of a milkman from rural India is the winner of KRDWG Margdarshan Award 2012 and back-to-back titles on the world junior golf circuit in the United States this year.
He won the IMG Academy Junior World Championships on 16 July 2015 in San Diego, California, in the 9-10 age category, and the IJGA (International Junior Golf Academy) World Stars of Junior Golf in Las Vegas) less than a week later.
|"It's not about ideas
It's about making ideas happen"
Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing
Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing is a 115-year-old company that sells consumer goods in India, most notably household appliances.
|"Novel ideas that impact lives"
|The Ugly Indians (TUI)
The Ugly Indians (TUI) are an anonymous group of motivated volunteers of Bengaluru who clean the city streets.
TUI calls cleaning the street "Spot-fixing". TUI chooses small segments of road each week to clean: pavements piled up with plastic, defaced walls, footpaths rendered unusable by potholes as spot-fixing places.
The Ugly Indian describes itself as a "faceless, leaderless" volunteer organization. It is made up of self-driven and motivated people who are mostly professionals in the 25-40 age group.
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