News Roundup | Dravid to stay India's coach, rise in young investors in India & more
From BCCI extending contracts of Rahul Dravid and his supporting staff to Nifty reclaiming the 20k mark on the back of automobile stocks, read to know more about the latest trending news in our news roundup.
BCCI extends the contracts of Rahul Dravid as coach and his support staff
Despite the World Cup final setback, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to extend the contracts of Indian Cricket Team coach Rahul Dravid and his support staff. It is noteworthy that before the defeat in the final, the men in blue were unbeaten in the tournament.
India Post launches special stamp to spread awareness about childhood cancer
India Post has joined hands with the Apollo Cancer Centers to launch a campaigned named 'Stamp Out Childhood Cancer'. As part of the campaign, 60,000 postal stamps with childhood cancer messages were also released, emphasizing the importance of early diagnosis.
Nifty reclaims 20k mark on the back of solid auto stocks
Backed by a solid performance by the automobile stocks, Nifty reclaimed the 20k mark on Wednesday. As FII turned buyers in the Indian market, Nifty climbed 148 points to reach 20,038 today, with Hero MotoCorp going up by 4%.
India shines at Asian Armwrestling Cup 2023 to clinch 9 medals
The Indian contingent has made the country proud by clinching a total of 9 medals at the Asian Armwrestling Cup 2023, which concluded recently. Out of the 9 medals won by India, there are 3 Gold medals, 2 Silver medals, and 4 Bronze medals.
Significant spike in number of young investors in India below 30 years of age, finds report
With constantly improving financial literacy levels, the number of investors in India below 30 years of age has registered a substantial increase. The new user-friendly digital platforms have been identified as the leading reason behind the boost in youngsters investing in India.
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IMD anticipates weather disturbances across multiple regions in coming days
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has identified a well-marked low-pressure area that is likely to form into a depression by Thursday. According to IMD predictions, the depression will likely also turn into a cyclonic storm over the Southeast Bay of Bengal by December 2.