They have also held an encounter between the MPs of India and Lords and Commons Cricket team from Britain .
“I want to do good for the Commonwealth by working on the objectives of youth experience. Doing that through sports, we can increase their absorbing ability and teach issues more effectively.” And he hopes to create ambassadors of goodwill among nations with all the various events he conducts between various teams of the commonwealth.
JNST is the promoter of the Commonwealth Youth Sports Development Council. They have held events like the Under-19 Commonwealth Cricket Championship and the Under-16 Commonwealth Cricket Championship in 2004 that have had participation from countries like Australia , Bangladesh , Caribbean , Kenya , Malaysia , Singapore , South Africa and Sri Lanka besides India .
Marketing it seems is in his genes as he went about doing pioneering work at a variety of places. From pioneering air traffic for the Haj Pilgrimage from India to developing student traffic from East and West Africa and Fiji to India . He has also played a major role in the establishment of the tourism department within Air India by way of promoting large tourist movements to and from Western Europe and North America . And he has been a member on the visa and coordination committees of the US Embassy and British High Commission at New Delhi .
But sports are where his heart lies and he is doing it through JNST and CYSDC. Few would know that he has provided expertise in the staging of cricket events in Canada , Kenya and Singapore . He was also organizer of the India-South Africa ODI cricket event in 1993 that raised Rs 10 lakh for the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation.
He has been member of associations like UP Cricket Association (1966-69) and the Asian Cricket Council (1993-96). He also got Frank Worrell's name accredited with the BCCI to start the All India SF Worrell Memorial Cricket Tournament in 1965, the first truly national tournament then.
Now the General Secretary of CYSDC he is working to support youth of commonwealth countries. He says the organisation's mission is to maximize the participation of youth in development and democracy, and shaping the future of their communities and societies.
The organisation has events planned for coming years like the Commonwealth Youth Sports Congress in Nov 2007. Kaul is also on a high with the coming Commonwealth Games 2010 in Delhi that he says he has been asked to assist in structuring the regatta for. Kaul is also preparing to assist the England and Wales Cricket Board to help train their players in the art of ‘spin' bowling. He is preparing to send a youth team to Trinidad and Tobago in May for their celebrations of 160 years of the landing of Indians there.
As of now, Kaul has enough planned for sport lovers. He is preparing to conduct a Golf tourney between Parliamentarians of India and Pakistan , and is ready to conduct a multi-sports competition between cadets of the Indian Military Academy and Pakistan Military Academy . Let's hope the Samaritan and sportsman got lucky with doing things for the love of sports and society.
The man who is regularly on the phone with people like Prince Tunku Imran and Intikhab Alam is on his way to work towards making the Commonwealth Games a success in 2010. With plans to make the games nothing but a success, he'd be bringing true every Indian's dream.
Box: The man who is regularly on the phone with people like Prince Tunku Imran is working towards making the Commonwealth Games a success