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Integrated Hotels & Travels

B -122, Som Dutt Chamber-1 Bhikaiji Cama Place

New Delhi, NCT,

India

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Integrated Hotels & Travels has constantly been moving the paradigm in hospitality by very proactive sales and marketing to create a platform for a wide spectrum of hotels across India that enables them to offer the best of their services to the best fitting p...more

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Jain College


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http://www.mid-day.com/news/2009/may/280509-Sports-actors-college-attendance-bunking-lectures-Sunitha-Ray-Manish-Pandey-Bangalore-news.htm

Manish Pandey, Bangalore's newest cricketing sensation and a final year student of Mahavir Jain College, has been given the go-ahead to write exams despite a miserable 10 per cent attendance.


http://www.deccanherald.com/content/4370/pandey-sister-loves-watch-manish.html

Few would know that Manish Pandey, the 19-year-old who created a sensation in the IPL by producing a couple of swashbuckling innings has been on the City's cricket scene for a long time.
Manish, a product of Kendriya Vidyalaya, has in fact created waves with his aggressive style of batting. Manish, she says picked up a cricket bat from the time he began to walk and their dad is in no small measure responsible for it. Anita, who is a year younger to Manish discontinued her cricket to pursue studies and is a final year BCom student at Jain College. Unlike other 19-year-olds Manish spends most of his time at the KSCA gym and heads straight back home. "He likes watching movies, but otherwise he is very much a home bunny," she says. Manish had last spoken to the family on the eve of the final and the words of advice that his younger sister had for him were, "don't repeat your mistakes and learn from them." Manish who lives with his mother and sister is firmly a Bengaluru huduga insists his sister. "My brother speaks flawless Kannada although I can't and many of his best friends are Kannadigas," she says.


http://www.mid-day.com/web/guest/news/bangalore/article?_EXT_5_articleId=1027941&_EXT_5_groupId=14

Manish Pandey, the only player from Bangalore in the U-19 World Cup team, said he had given up his army dreams for a career in cricket. He has been playing cricket for 10 years now, and has represented his school in cricket tournaments. Manish is a second year B Com student of Jain College.He studied in Kendriya Vidyalaya prior to this. "My dad is an army officer and was posted in Bangalore just three years ago.Before this, we lived inRajasthan," he said. "I wanted to follow my father's footsteps and join the army.I am enjoying cricket enormously and I think I will make it my career," he added.Disciplined approachRewinding to the U-19 tournament, Manish said the boys had been advised not to argue with their opponents on field, in the wake of the recent accusations against Indian cricketers in Australia.


http://www.mid-day.com/web/guest/news/mumbai/article?_EXT_5_articleId=1028162&_EXT_5_groupId=14

The only Bangalorean in the team was Manish Pandey, a TYB Com student in Jain College, but the girls had never heard of him.


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