Rohit Sharma had won the 2009 IPL title with the now-defunct Deccan Chargers.
Yusuf Pathan (27 no off 12 balls) and skipper Kane Williamson (32 no off 30 balls) kept their calm surpassing the 164-run target in 19.5 overs on a tricky surface.
The two-day camp will help children develop their talents in hockey. They will also be given certificates of participation and tickets to the Hero Hockey World League Final, to be held in Delhi from January 10.
Korea and India both have four points but the former go into the quarter-finals with a better goal difference.
Drag-flicker Gurjinder Singh scored the winner for India in the penultimate minute of the match after Mandeep Singh (30th) and Akashdeep Singh (57th) sounded the nets to level the scores.
India take on Netherlands in the opening match of the Junior World Cup hockey. The tournament is from December 6-15 in New Delhi.
The teams were received by a group of women dressed in the popular art forms of Kathakali and Mohiniyatam, accompanied by the chenda (traditional Kerala drums).
Virat Kohli has conceded that the IPL spot-fixing controversy tarnished Indian cricket's image but their subsequent triumph in Champions Trophy was a strong reply to the world. Also says Sachin's possible retirement may bring tears to his eyes.
Yuvraj Singh hit 7 sixes and 8 fours in his 89-ball 123 to help set up India A's 77-run win over West Indies A in the first unofficial ODI in Bangalore.
Yuvraj Singh slammed his 18th century in List A cricket while Yusuf Pathan hit a fiery 70 not out to help India A register a 77-run win in the first unofficial one-day in Bangalore.
Fernandes was referring to the umpire's decision to award a penalty corner to Korea following a tackle on a rival attacker by India's Rupinderpal Singh that led to the title-deciding goal.
The Sardar Singh-led Indian side will be in no mood to wait till November and would be desperate to secure their direct ticket to Hague with a win over South Korea on Sunday.
India's drag flickers Rupinderpal Singh and VR Raghunath scored hat-tricks as India crushed Bangladesh 9-1 in their final group B match. India, who face Malaysia in semis on Friday, must win the Asia Cup to qualify for the World Cup next year in The Hague. Catch all the highlights from the match.
In their toughest group clash, India ride goals from Raghunath and Mandeep Singh to outclass defending champions Korea.
Knowing fully well that winning the Asia Cup would guarantee a place in next year's World Cup, the Indian team indulged in a 'goal-fest' as they scored four apiece on either side of the break.
Both sides had their chances to win it in normal time, most notably when Mandeep turned home a cross from Dharamvir Singh. It was initially awarded but the video review showed it hit his foot, ruling out the goal two minutes from the end and leading to penalty shootout.
India's goals came from the sticks of Akashdeep Singh (13th minute), vice-captain V R Raghunath (27th), S V Sunil (33rd), captain Sardar Singh (42nd) and Mandeep Singh (56th, 69th).
Going by the rankings and present status of both the teams, India, undoubtedly, will start underdogs in Saturday's encounter. After missing out on a point against Ireland, the Indians can hardly afford to relax as a loss against the Dutch can jeopardise their chance of sealing one of the three berths up for grabs in next year's World Cup.