(born 4 February 1990) is a boy from Narhi village (near Ballia town in Uttar Pradesh) who received media recognition when he stated he had topped (received the highest score on) the International Scientist Discovery (ISD) examination that was held by NASA (National Aeronautics Space Administration) among 200,000 participating students. His story was picked up by national newspapers, and he became an overnight celebrity. He also stated that Indian President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam took the exam in 1960 and ranked seventh, and that astronaut Kalpana Chawla took the exam in 1988 and ranked twenty-first. Singh's claims, however, were soon debunked, when NASA stated that no such exam existed.
03.11.2012 [Indian Sports news] - The duo of Saurabh Singh and Vilasier Khate outplayed Mohammad Azhar and Sanjib Keketta 7-5, 6-1 to win the men's doubles title, where as the pair of Namita Bal and Nupar Kaur defeated Shruti Archita and Areyalee Dhavan 6-2, 6-0 in the women's
29.10.2012 [Indian Sports news] - Seeded players in both men's and women's categories had smooth sailing as top seed in the men's section Saurabh Singh of Delhi did little to outplay state-mate Rohit Jain 6-1, 6-1, where as second seed Mohammad Azhar of West Bengal struggled a bit to