Achievers Corner

Achievers Corner – Anita and Jagat Nanjappa

Achievers Corner – Anita and Jagat Nanjappa

Known for their grit and determination,Jagat & Anita Nanjappa once completed a rally despite having a flat rear tyre with Anita having to sit on the petrol tank of the bike for a distance of 70 kilometres (43 mi) to reduce the weight on the flat tyre.Jagat and Anita Nanjappa are a well-known couple in the sport of motor racing in India. They belong to the Kodava community and are natives of Kodagu district of Karnataka. They have participated and won many motorbike and car rallies in India. Jaga

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Achievers Corner – Vol 1 – Issue 3

Achievers Corner – Vol 1 – Issue 3

A young woman … Attacked by thugs.. Thrown off a running train… Amputated left leg… Bones of right leg held together by a rod… and a near impossible dream of climbing the highest mountain in the world…In a small district 200 kilometres outside of Lucknow called Ambedkarnagar. Arunima “Sonu” Sinha was born in 1988, Her father an engineer in the army and her mother a supervisor with the health department. Naturally athletic as a child, she loved cycling and playing football & was a national level

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Achievers Corner

Achievers Corner

Two young men,Deepak Kamath and G.H Basavaraj planning their journey of a lifetime for four years, and that too on a motorcycle. Back in 1994, it appeared to be impossible but their dream to travel around the globe came true and how. Read on.During their 119 day journey, this legendary duo covered a distance of around 42,038 km over six continents. This was when there was no access to mobile and satellite phones, GPS or any other space age technology.The expedition was called The Yezdi Castrol C

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