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Born
Sumanth C. Raman
OccupationSports commentator, TV Anchor,Doctor
Years active1995-present
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Sumanth C. Raman is a Tamil television anchor and sports commentator.[1] He was the host of BSNL Sports Quiz on Doordarshan's Podhigai TV channel. On September 17, 2017, BSNL Sports Quiz celebrated its 800th episode, continuing to be India's longest running quiz program.

Education[edit]

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Dr Raman holds a Diploma in Child Health and an MD in General Medicine. He also holds a Diploma in Computer Applications.[2] He currently works with one of India’s biggest IT companies in the Healthcare vertical. He is also a consultant in General Medicine at a leading hospital in Chennai.

Career[edit]

Dr Raman’s BSNL Sports Quiz is in the Limca Book of Records for being the longest running weekly quiz show on Indian television[3] Previously, he was the anchor of All Out for No Loss! on STAR Vijay[4]

As a sports commentator, he has hosted over 2000 sports programs, including the Asia Cup Hockey Tournament (2007), the Twenty20 Cricket World Cup in Tamil for ESPN Star Sports (2007), and the World Team Squash Championships (2007). He also provided commentary for the Squash World Cup of 2011[5] He frequently appears as a featured sports analyst on Puthiya Thalaimurai, Dinathanthi etc.,

Aside from Sports, he also does live coverage of current affairs. In 2009, he was involved with the analyses and debate over the Lok Sabha Polls for Zee Tamil, the Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections 2011 on DD Podhigai, Pre Poll Debates and Analysis on Zee Tamil in 2011 and election-day live coverage on DD Podhigai. He has hosted political debate shows, including Makkal Theerpu and Nattu Nadappu (both for Win TV) and Tamizha Tamizha on STAR Vijay.

He frequents as a political analyst and guest speaker for Headlines Today, NewsX, Republic and Times Now.

As a documentary filmmaker, he has been involved with the making of over 200 television documentaries, including 'Power of the Ballot' in 1996, for which he won a National Award for Best Anchor, awarded by the UGC. He was also the winner of the Sony-ICD Video Award for the best film in the South and South East Asian category for These Leaves Never Wither[6]

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He has also been a senior anchor at State functions. Since 1993, he has been compering the State Independence Day and Republic Day celebrations in Chennai. In 2012, he also anchored the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of the Tamil Nadu State Legislative Assembly and the Sesquicentennial Celebrations of the Madras High Court.[7] He has also compered the Inaugural Function of the World Tamil Conference in 2010[8] and the '100 Years of Indian Cinema' state celebrations in 2013.

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He is a regular contributor to print media, and his work appears in The Economic Times, India Today and The Hindu[9]

Dr Raman is a senior quiz master, having conducted over 1000 Quiz shows over the last 2 decades.

In 2019, Dr Raman announced that he was dropped from hosting BSNL Sports Quiz anymore due to his political views being 'unpalatable to a certain political party.'[10]

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Notable Media Appearances[edit]

TitleYearTypeChannel
Power of the Ballot1995DocumentaryDD Podhigai
These Leaves Never Wither1998DocumentaryDD Podhigai
Asianet Poll-981998Live NewsAsianet
All Out For No Loss!1999-2000QuizSTAR Vijay
Tamizha Tamizha2001Magazine ProgramSTAR Vijay
Hallo Ungaludan1998-2001Talk ShowDD Podhigai
Lok Sabha Elections 20052005Live NewsWin TV
Nattu Nadappu2004-2005Talk ShowWin TV
BSNL Sports Quiz2002 – 2019QuizDD Podhigai
Lok Sabha Elections 20092009Live NewsZee Tamil
Documentary on Kancheepuram Silk2010DocumentaryDD Podhigai
Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections 20112011Live NewsZee Tamil
Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections 2011-Counting Day2011Live NewsDD Podhigai
Makkal Theerpu2011Talk ShowMakkal TV
Madras and the Freedom Movement2011DocumentaryDD Podhigai
The Vanishing Sparrow2013DocumentaryDD Podhigai
Puthia Pathai Puthia Payanam (feature on the Chennai Metro Rail)2013DocumentaryDD Podhigai
Documentary on AIR Chennai for Platinum Jubilee Celebrations2013DocumentaryAll India Radio Chennai
Prof. K.R. Sundararajan Centenary Inter College Quiz Competition2014QuizDD Podhigai
Janavani Election Special2014Debate programDD Podhigai
Achu Alasal2015–PresentCurrent AffairsThanthi TV
Thamizhagathin Mastermind2015–PresentQuiz showAll India Radio FM Rainbow

References[edit]

  1. ^'SCALING new heights'. The Hindu. Chennai, India. 5 January 2004. Archived from the original on 26 March 2004. Retrieved 19 June 2011.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^[1].
  3. ^'BSNL sports quiz enters Limca book of records'. The Times Of India. 22 July 2009.
  4. ^'Scoring high on popularity'. The Hindu. Chennai, India. 17 March 2003. Archived from the original on 2 July 2003.
  5. ^Paitandy, Priyadarshini (13 December 2011). 'On the buzzer'. The Hindu. Chennai, India.
  6. ^[2].
  7. ^'Sesquicentennial of the Madras High Court'. Webcast.gov.in. Retrieved 16 May 2013.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  8. ^[tamil.dinamalar.com]
  9. ^Raman, Sumanth (30 December 2012). 'Doctors in the dark'. The Hindu. Chennai, India. Retrieved 3 April 2013.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  10. ^'Sumanth Raman alleges he was dropped from DD's sports quiz show for 'unpalatable political views''. thenewsminute.com. Retrieved 23 February 2019.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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Indian Railways connectivity in West Bengal: Metro and railway infrastructure in poll-bound West Bengal got a shot in the arm with the inauguration of several projects by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in February end, which, together with the rail link being built to Sikkim, represent an investment of Rs 6,636-crore in the state.

© Provided by The Financial Express The inauguration of the 4.1-km Noapara-Dakhineswar stretch, a part of the Airport-Dakhineswar Metro project in Kolkata, happened after a delay of eight years.

The inauguration of the 4.1-km Noapara-Dakhineswar stretch, a part of the Airport-Dakhineswar Metro project in Kolkata, happened after a delay of eight years. While the Airport-Noapara stretch started operations in 2013, the delay in building the stretch between Noapara and Dakhineswar saw project cost more than double from Rs 227.53 crore to Rs 464 crore. The new Metro stretch-with which work has been completed on the 31.3-km North-South Corridor (Dakhineswar-Kavi Subhash)-would benefit the people of Hooghly, Howrah and North 24 Parganas, besides Kolkata. However, the completion of the East-West corridor is still mired in uncertainties. A more than 100% cost escalation in Metro projects, from Rs 4,876 cr to above Rs 9,000 crore, has strained its finances, forcing the government to inaugurate small stretches over time.

The railway projects inaugurated in February are a part of the Union government’s effort to boost connectivity in West Bengal, given its significance for trade links with the North East and the neighbouring countries. The laying of a third line for the Kalaikunda-Jhargram link, under the Kharagpur-Adityapur section, at a cost of Rs 544 crore will reduce delays on the Howrah-Mumbai route. The doubling of the 14.60-km long Azimganj-Khagraghat Road line at a cost of Rs 239.38 crore will ensure better connectivity to north Bengal and the North East, besides reducing congestion in Murshidabad district. The 11.28-km fourth line between Dankuni and Baruipara on the Howrah-Bardhaman chord line, entailing an expenditure of Rs 195 crore, and the 42.42-km third line between Rasulpur and Magra on the Howrah-Bardhaman main line, built at a cost of Rs 759 crore, will reduce congestion and ensure faster movement of trains. These new lines will also ensure better connectivity to areas with coal, steel and fertiliser industries, thereby providing an impetus to business activity.

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Of special significance in the upgrade of railway infrastructure in West Bengal is the 44.96-km-long Sevok-Rangpo link, which would provide Sikkim rail connectivity for the first time. The proposed line-of which 41.55 km is in Darjeeling in West Bengal and 3.41 km in Sikkim-was first announced in the Union Budget 2008-09. Although the Sikkim and the West Bengal governments provided the requisite clearances and handed over land for the project, preparing the detailed project report and finalising the route alignment took a lot of time, since the tracks were to be laid on Himalayan terrain.

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With the project receiving fresh impetus from the Centre, work is in full swing on the rail link, with 12 tunnels out of the total 14 tunnels on the route being built. The 14 tunnels together would cover a distance of 39 km, making it one of India’s most tunnel-intensive projects.

Recent government estimates have pegged project cost at around Rs 4,085 crore. The railways, which spent Rs 682 crore on it in the last fiscal, has provided Rs 607 crore for the project in FY21. The project will boost trade between West Bengal and Sikkim by providing cheaper and more smooth connectivity from a logistics standpoint. Transporting goods to Sikkim through roadways is a costly and hazardous affair at present.