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Spotlight on Team India as part of FIRST Global Challenge

Based on the impact of a my small team from Goa creating big waves at the national level, CNBC news channel travelled to Goa to interview my team. It was a wonderful shooting for National TV and the anchor Akhil Vishwanath made us very comfortable with probable questions. This interview provided the team amazing visibility at National Level.



Times of India also provides us a full page article and was pubished in all the major cities of India.

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