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Who is TM Krishna?

Thodur Madabusi Krishna, popularly known as TM Krishna or TMK, is a Carnatic music vocalist. He is also a speaker and writer on social and cultural issues.

Who is Binny Bansal?

A computer science student, Binny began his career with Sarnoff Technologies, a pioneer in computer vision, in 2005 and worked there for one-and-a-half years.

Who was Ananth Kumar

Ananth Kumar began his political career as a member of the Akhila Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and became the national secretary in 1985.

US midterm polls: Alexandria Ocasio Cortez is youngest woman elected to Congress

Ocasio-Cortez describes herself as an educator, organiser and working-class New Yorker who has worked with expectant mothers, waited tables and led classrooms.

Who was Madan Lal Khurana?

BJP leader Madan Lal Khurana who was at the helm of power in Delhi between 1993-96 was popularly known as ‘Delhi ka Sher’ (Lion of Delhi) for his efforts in strengthening BJP in the national capital.

Who was Tyrus Wong?

Google on Thursday paid homage to legendary artist Tyrus Wong by dedicating a ‘Doodle’ on his birth anniversary.

Who is M Nageshwar Rao?

At CBI, Nageshwar Rao was No. 3 in the pecking order and handling the Chandigarh branch along with certain branches in South India.

Who is PayTM’s Sonia Dhawan?

Sonia Dhawan was held by Noida police on Monday for allegedly trying to extort Rs 10 crore from Vijay Shekhar by threatening to leak his stolen personal data and confidential information about the company.

Who is Anna Burns?

Man Booker Prize Winner: Born in Belfast, the prestigious English literary award has made Anna Burns the first female winner since 2012.

Who is Jamal Khashoggi?

Once considered a Saudi insider, Jamal Khashoggi had fallen sharply out of favor with the Saudi government and went into self-imposed exile last year.

Who was Paul Allen?

In 1988, Paul Allen purchased the Portland Trail Blazers and was intimately involved in the team's operations until his death. He has donated more than $2 billion to various charities including $500 million to the Allen Institute for Brain Science and $52 million to Oregon charities.

Who was activist GD Agarwal?

One of the most notable agitations Agarwal held was in 2010, when he fasted for 38 days, seeking scrapping of the 600 MW Lohari Nagpala project on Bhagirathi River since it hampered the free flow of water.


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