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1. An MBA from INSEAD, and Advanced Management
Program at Harvard Business School. She is a Fellow of
the Chartered Institute of Bankers and graduated with
a B.Com degree from Sydenham College, Mumbai.
She even contested the 2009 general elections from
Mumbai South twice.
Though she lost but continued to work for the social
upliftment of people, been part of NGOs, and
In 2011, she was invited by Secretary of State Hilary
Clinton to join the International Council on Women's
Business Leadership (ICWBL) and took an active role in
the Leadership sub-committee for the empowerment of
2. Father, ran a trucking company called Amritsar
Transport. Son inherited a cinema hall called Priya in
New Delhi’s Vasant Vihar.
He saw a potential for multiplexes in India and started
with conversion of this theatre into a multiplex
4. Greek pianist, keyboardist,
composer, and music producer.
His breakthrough concert, Yanni Live at the
Acropolis, yielded the second best-selling music
video of all time. Additional historic sites for Yanni's
concerts have included India's Taj Mahal, China's
Forbidden City, the United Arab Emirates' Burj
Khalifa, Russia's Kremlin, Puerto Rico's El Morro
castle, and Lebanon's ancient city of Byblos.
5.The only person to be awarded two unshared
An American chemist, biochemist, peace activist,
author, and educator.
7. His global profile as a foreign affairs
pundit continues to expand and he has just
been honored by the Indian Government
Padma Bhushan award. His best-selling
book, the Post-American World, is a must-
read for those who want to matter and his
show, GPS, is a must-appear for those who
10. is a British inventor, industrial designer. He is
best known as the inventor of the Dual Cyclone
bagless vacuum cleaner, which works on the
principle of cyclonic separation. According to the
Sunday Times Rich List 2013, his net worth in 2013
is £3 billion.
12. Dominated American television
animation for nearly three decades in
the mid-to-late 20th century. They are
former Metro Goldwyn Mayer animation
directors. The company was sold to Taft
Broadcasting in late 1966. Hanna-Barbera
was purchased from Taft in late 1991 by
Turner Broadcasting System, who used
much of its back catalog to program its
William Hanna and
Joseph Barbera (creators
of Tom and Jerry)
13. She is currently Chairperson of Teach
For India. She also was nominated to
Rajya Sabha, on April 26, 2012 .
Indian businesswoman and social
worker, who led Thermax Ltd., energy
and environment engineering major, as
its chairperson 1996-2004.
14. He completed his graduation
along with his father, sharing the
common hostel room. Was an
activist from early age. Identified
by Jawarlal Nehru very early and
at that time itself he commented
that this man will once become
the Prime Minister of India. 12
December 1973 he reached the
parliament in a bullock cart in
protest of the rising petrol prices.
15. an Indian Engineering Service
(IES) officer. He was the Project
Director in the National
Highways Authority of India
(NHAI) at Koderma. He was
murdered in Gaya, Bihar after
fighting corruption in the Golden