Sponsored: Kapil Dev introduces a ‘New League’


Kapil Dev has been known to be lion-hearted during his cricketing years. But on his late entry on Twitter, he declared that if he were to continue playing the same way in his new league, it would be a ‘hit wicket’ for him!

So what exactly is this ‘Dimaag Ki League’ launched by Kapil? A user friendly trading platform that lets investors trade and compare themselves to the best in the business.

A platform where you could land up with Rs. 1 Cr and a zillion other prizes just by playing it smart.A definite hook to attract young Indians looking to make a debut on the trading front.

For the more seasoned players, ITL offers a fixed brokerage of Rs. 20. A proposition sure to attract stalwarts to this platform whose game in turn would become a benchmark for the new joiners.

Kapil Dev’s league seems to have a little something for both young and experienced traders and the league format helps grab attention from a marketing stand point.

Kapil’s innovative way of introducing the ‘Dilwalas’ of India such as Dhoni, Sania, Kapil Sharma and PM Narendra Modi via Twitter has got the platform buzzing with everyone talking about the ‘Nayi League’ format.

So if you are looking to trade online, www.IndianTradingLeague.com is the place to be. And do not forget, if you play it smart you could win 1 Cr.

Updated Date: May 07, 2015 17:29 PM

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