Start Of The 2016 Paralympics India Players List , Schedule , Games & Medal Tally

Its Time When The Start Of The 2016 Paralympics Games Has Been Kicked Off In Rio . Paralympics Games Has Been Started On 7th September 2016 . Indian Paralympics Players Are All Set  To Grab Some Medals For Us. Find Below All The Latest Updates On Indian Games , Player List , Medal tally And Games .

List Of Rio 2016 Paralympics Games Indian Players :

 

 

  • Amit Kumar Saroha – Club throw
  • Devendra Jhajaria – Javelin throw
  • Mariyappan Thangavelu – High jump
  • Sundar Singh Gurjar – Javelin throw
  • Dharambir – Club throw
  • Deepa Malik – Shot put
  • Karamjyoti Dalal – Discus throw
  • Ankur Dhama – 1500m
  • Basha Farman – Powerlifting
  • Rinku – Javelin Throw
  • Narendra Ranbir – Javelin Throw
  • Suyash Narayan Jadhav – Swimming
  • Virender Dhankar – Shotput, Javelin throw
  • Rampal Chahar – High jump
  • Sandeep – Javelin throw
  • Sharad Kumar – High jump
  • Pooja Rani – Archery
  • Naresh Kumar Sharma – Shooting
  • Varun Singh Bhati – High Jump

There Are Pretty Much Good Chances That Indian Players Will get Medals In Rio Paralympics Games 2016.


Indian Players In Rio Paralympics 2016 :

This Year Indian Players Will be participating in impaired muscle power, impaired passive range of movement, limb deficiency, leg length difference, short stature, hypertonia, ataxia, athetosis, vision impairment and intellectual impairment.

Rio Paralympics games 2016 Medal tally india :

Stay Tuned Medal tally will Updated After The Events Will Start.

Rio Paralympics games 2016 Trailer :

Watch The official Trailer Of Rio Paralympics Games .

 

Youngest attendee of Apple WWDC

A nine-year-old girl Anvitha Vijay from India has attained a patent of the youngest application developer at an annual developer conference of Apple with her children-friendly apps. She now wishes to meet tech giant CEO Tim Cook.

As reported by Fortune, belonging from Australia she has built many apps for iPad and iPhone and is one of the youngest to attend WWDC 2016 in San Francisco. She learned programming for more than a year by watching tutorials of coding on the web including YouTube and learned how to do programming.

“Coding was challenging for me. But I’m glad that I got stuck with it” she said.

Anvitha is developing applications on empowering children and hopes to meet Tim Cook in the Apple conference.

She also says:

“It has been my dream to attend WWDC and meet Tim Cook.”

Apple gives scholarship in which people all over the world, who are creating applications for Apple devices are given free tickets to attend WWDC, Anvitha is one among those.

The total recipients are 350 among which 120 are students of fewer than 18 ages, also the number of women applying for the scholarship has tripled in present year as compared to last year. It is also found that 22 percent of women won the scholarship which is also more than last year statistics.

Reports say that Anvitha’s developed applications show that they are influenced by her infant sister who is learning how to talk and identifying animals.

She introduced her Smartkins’s Animals app which teaches 100 different animal sounds with names by using sounds and flashcards.

After this she introduced her next interactive app to help children learn colors and currently she is working on her next application which will help children of her age to set up goals.

“Getting an idea and turning it into an app involves lots of hard work. Building an app involves many components like designing, prototyping, wire framing, user interface designing and then coding and testing” she said.

Like other tech conferences WWDC too is over powered by Asian and white males, but now company is focusing more on making countless efforts to transform the presence of people at the annual event. Thurgood Marshall College Fund’s Vice President Scott Lilly who manages programmes told that Apple asked his company for providing scholarships to WWDC last year.

He also added “I think Apple is making sure that transforming is represented.

Under WWDC scholarship programme in current year, Lilly will be sending three African American men and two female college students to WWDC.

BrandBerry Marcom Ties Up with IP for Startup

BrandBerry Marcom Ties Up with IP for Startup to Create Awareness Amongst Clients on Safegaurd of Intellectual Property.

Noida, India – 3rd June, 2016 – BrandBerry Marcom, Delhi-NCR-based marcom agency has partnered with IP for Startup, a dynamic, global online firm focused on providing a complete Intellectual Property & Commercial Law Legal service portfolio to facilitate awareness amongst their clients on the domain of safeguard of intellectual property. “As the top logo designing agencies of Delhi-NCR, we are doing brand identities day in and out – but what is amiss is safeguarding these thoughtfully crafted identities from getting copied and distributed without permission over the World Wide Web. The Indian market at large is highly ignorant about intellectual property and the associated rights. As a part of our alliance with IP for Startup, we are looking to actively engage masses and create awareness in IT hubs like Delhi, Noida, and Gurgaon, with Hyderabad, Chennai and Bangalore to follow as a part of the next step.”, noted the company’s Managing Director Aayushi Jain.


BrandBerry Marom along with IP for Startup will reach out to approximately 100+ startup brands in the coming months. The target customer base will fall in the age group of 18-40 years, spread across Tier 1 and 2 cities in India. This alliance will also allow IP for Startup to strengthen their customer base.


During May 2016, BrandBerry Marcom signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with IP for Startup, a first-of-its-kind partnership between a marcom agency and legal advisory firm for the sake of its clientele, to create a safe branding ecosystem where hundreds of brands would be able to manage and protect their logo and other intellectual properties.


“As IP rights are gradually becoming an important part of branding and marketing communications, we are investing to build strategic alliances in the digital world to deliver experiences that are simple, and are truly cross-channel.”, said Nischal Arvind, Director to IP for Startup.

Official Address:

BrandBerry Marcom Pvt. Ltd.

Tel: +91 9654591813/ 0120 – 4357774

C-26, Sector-65, Noida – 201301.

Email: talk@brandberrymarcom.com

Designer Mom’s called mompreneurs

The Story behind three Designer Mom’s to mompreneurs

Taking time out of their busy schedule to help make the interior of your home, vacation home or office into a place where one can work, relax and enjoy is the aim of these three mompreneurs(designer mom). Ami Mehta, Shefali Surve and Purvi Shah, came up with the idea of a design studio to help transform your home into a place where you can feel comfortable. These full-time mothers, came up with the idea of Onyx Design Studios, over a cup of coffee, when they realised that the key to a good and happy home is the interior design.


They provide interior design services for discerning, quality conscious clients, overlooking their project from conceptualization through to implementation based on their client’s tastes and budget. Onyx Design Studio started out small in 2013, and has eventually grown to become one of the largest interior design firms in Mumbai. They now have a team of two creative space designers, three site executers and a large team of contractors.


Ami is a mother and an interior designer by profession and Purvi is a mother of two and has decades of experience working in interior design firms. Ami has also worked in many NGOs and Social Projects like “Spreading Smile”. Their combined experience is what helped Onyx Design Studio grow in to the company it is today. Today, they not only provide interior design solutions, but also help you build your kitchen, take care of your lighting and spacing and make patterns and effects to help light up your home. They also help you pick out your furniture and accessories for your home to best fit your style and budget.


Onyx has reported a total revenue of Rs. 85 Lakh. The way these moms have, against all odds, made this company possible and grown it from base up is very inspirational. They are the perfect role model for other moms who wish to start something new. The next step for Onyx is to have their own studio where they can display projects that they have made and create designs that their customers can choose from.Some images of onyx projects are as follows:

designer mom