Saturday, August 31, 2013

Profile of Mother Teresa

Profile of Mother Teresa

Full Name: Mother Teresa.

Born: was born in 1910 at Skopje.

Earlier Name:   Aganes.

Citizen: Indian.

Activities: All over the world.

Novel Prize: in 1979.

Details of Mother Teresa:   we know that Mother Teresa was a dedicated soul. Her earlier

Name was Aganes. She was born in 1910 at Skopje, a small village in Yugoslavia. She

Was an Albanian by birth but she become an Indian. At eighteen, she decided to become

A nun. She came to Indian in 1928 for serving the people. She started her life in Calcutta

As a teacher in a convent school. She began to render service to the down trodden.

During this period. She was left for the poor. Then she became an Indian citizen.

She established Nirmal Hariday at Kalighat in Calcutta. It became the shelter for the

Suffering. Her activities spread all over the world. She was awarded the Nobel Prize

For peace in 1979.

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Friday, August 30, 2013

Profile fo Lakshmi Mittal

Birthday: 06/19/1950
Place of birth: Rajasthan -
Country of residence: United Kingdom
Linked companies: Goldman Sachs Group Inc - ArcelorMittal
We know that According to Forbes, in 2011 Lakshmi Mittal was the richest man in Britain and the sixth richest man in the world. In 30 years, the steel magnate, CEO of Arcelor-Mittal has transformed the little Indian steel factory inherited from his father into the number 1 of the steel in the world.

Graduated from business school on Calcutta in 1969, Lakshmi Mitall learned his job in the company Ispat Industries: a steel factory which his father is partner. When in 19876, his family created its own steel factories; Lakshmi was in charge of the international development.

Anxious to prove his qualities as a manger to his father, he founded his own company and bought public companies weakened or in bankrupt. In the 1990s, “the iron man of Calcutta” had the opportunity to show his knowledge by saving steel industries in Trinidad and Tobago. Thereafter, he bought a network of steel producers, coming from former communist countries: Kazakhstan, Romania and Ukra...ine.

In the 1990s, he explores the world in order to buy low-value businesses and develop it. Obsessed with the rationalizing of his expenditures, Mittal is a manager without concessions who’s the aim is reducing costs.
Thanks to the merger between Mittal and the American group ISG (International Steel Group) in October 2004, Mittal Steel became the first producer of steel in the world. On January 27, 2006 Mittal mounted hostile take-over of Arcelro. The merger was concluded and Lakshmi Mittal became CEO of Arcelor-Mittal.

In recent years, Lakshmi Mittal has conducted more than twenty takeovers, principally ailing companies. According to Forbes, in 2011, his fortune was estimated at $ 45 billion.

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Profile of Milkha Singh

Milkha SinghFull Name: Milkha Singh.
Other names: Flying Sikh.
Occupation: Athlete.
Religion: Sikh.
Knowns:  Padma Shri.

Nationality: Indian.
Children: Jeev Milkha Singh.
Born: 17 October 1935 (age 77) Layallpur, British India.
One of most outstanding person in athletics of India is Milkha Singh. Due to marvellous speed in running on tracks, Singh earns a nickname ‘Flying Sikh’ from Ayub Khan a Pakistan’s General after defeating Abdul Khaliq, Pakistan’s faster runner in year 1962. 1935 was year when this great athlete was born in undivided India’s Western Punjab.
In 1953 Singh joins Indian Army. After joining, Milkha Singh pays special attention towards athletics and begins training for a 400 meters race. In a very less time, Singh succeed in establishing one new record for a 400 meters race, which earned great prestige and fame.
In year 1957, Singh establishes one national record in 400 meters race of 47.5 secs. In Third Asiad, which was held at Japan’s capital Tokyo, Milkha Singh creates two records in 200 and 400 meters races. In 4th Asiad, which was held at Indonesia’s capital Jakarta, Milkha Singh wins a 400 meters race and won one gold medal for India. In 1959, In...dian Government honours Milkha Singh for hitherto, incredible and notable achievements and performance in arena of sports throughout sports career with ‘Padma Shri’ and ‘Arjuna Award’. At present, Milkha Singh is completely dedicated towards promotional activities for sports held in India.

Profile of Kapil Dev

Kapil Dev
Kapil Dev was born on January 6, 1959 in Chandigarh. He made his first class debut in November 1975 at the age of 17. However, he made Test debut on October 16, 1978 at Faisalabad against Pakistan.

He held the record for the most number of Test and One-Day wickets for quite a long time till Courtney Walsh overtook him. Captaining India to win the World Cup in 1983 was the highlight of his illustrious career. Other highlights include leading India to a 2 - 0 series win against a strong England side in England in 1986.
His extraordinary Test match figures of more than 5000 runs, 434 wickets along with 64 catches show that he was a world-class cricketer and an all-rounder. He was also adjudged the 'Wisden Indian Cricketer of the Century'.

His unbeaten innings of 175 not out against Zimbabwe in the World Cup in 1983 when India were tottering at 17/5 and his 4 successive sixes off Eddie Hemmings in the first innings of the Lord's Test in 1990 to get 24 runs needed to avoid follow-on are now a part of the cricketing folklore....

Eminent wrestler, Kartar Singh was born in a family of wrestlers on October 7, 1953 at Sur Singh Wala village in Amritsar district of Punjab.

The disciple of famous Guru Hanuman, Kartar Singh is a wrestler by birth. While pursuing his school education he won wrestling championship in the National School Games. In 1975, he was able to win the title of Bharat Kumar. Kartar Singh was the National Champion from 1973 to 1988 and the All India Police Champion from 1977 to 1990. He thrice took part in the Asian Games and every time brought medals for India. In 1978 and 1986 Asiad he won gold while in 1982 he fetched silver for India.

In the Asian Championship, he claimed gold in 1983 and silver in 1979 and 1980. He captained the Indian wresding team to the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow. Kartar Singh was honored by the Indian government with the Arjuna Award in 1982 and the Padma Shri in 1987.