Kashmea Wahi, who not only got a 100% score in the Mensa IQ Test but also beat Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking in doing so, thinks it’s not a big deal! However, the Mumbai-born 11-year-old girl from Britain feels that it is still unfair to compare her to the stalwarts who have achieved so much in their lives. Continue reading “Meet The Girl Who Beat Einstein And Hawking!”
Reuben Paul may look like any other 10-year-old. He is anything but that. Born to Indian parents, Sangeetha and Mano Paul, Reuben is the CEO of his company, Prudent Games. A black belt in Kung Fu, he is also known as “spider-ben” and “hacker”. In fact, he is the youngest person in America to have a black belt in Kung Fu. Continue reading “The 10-Year-Old CEO!”
Britain’s Channel 4’s Child Genius 2016 took an unprecedented turn when contestant Rhea’s “pushy” mom challenged the quizmaster, averting a possible tie-break for the spot in the finals. Continue reading ““Britain’s Child Genius” Trophy is Bigger Than The Winner!”
Tanishq Abraham, is a child genius, born to Indian parents Bijou and Taji, in June 2003 and aspires to become the President of The United States of America one day.
Eesha Khare, grand prize winner of Intel’s Young Scientist Award 2013 for her research in nanoparticles to replace conventional batteries, shares her years in Harvard as a dancer on TedX Teen.
Indian Raga Fellowship by Neha Pullela and Directed by Mahesh Raghvan covers for Sia’s Cheap Thrills. On the instruments: Naren Pullela (Mridangam), Ananth Kumar (Ghatam), and Sushmitha Ravikumar (Violin).