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Aaghat is a 2010 Marathi film directed by veteran movie and stage actor Vikram Gokhale.
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Aaja Nachle (Hindi:आजा नचले English: Come, Let's Dance) is a 2007 Indian film.
The Aamby Valley Asian Masters was an Asian Tour golf tournament that was played only once, in May 2006 at the Aambt Valley Golf Club in Mumbai.
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Aamir Khan (born Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan on 14 March 1965) is an Indian film actor, producer, director and television talk show host.
Aamir Khan Productions (AKP) is an Indian motion picture production and distribution company based in Mumbai.
Aamna Sharif is an Indian actress who appears in Hindi TV shows and Bollywood films.
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Aarya Ambekar (born 16 June 1994) is a Marathi playback singer from Pune, Maharashtra.
Aarya Babbar (born 24 May 1982) is an Indian actor who appears in Bollywood and Punjabi films.
Aarzoo is a 1999 Bollywood film.
Aashiq (The Lover) is a 2001 Bollywood movie directed by Indra Kumar.
Aasif Hakim Mandviwala (born March 5, 1966), known professionally as Aasif Mandvi, is a British-American actor and comedian.
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Aavishkar Madhav Salvi (आविष्कार साळवी) (born 20 October 1981 in Bombay) is an Indian cricketer.
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Aban Marker Kabraji (b: 12 March 1953, Bombay (now Mumbai), India), is a Pakistani biologist and scientist of Parsi origin.
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Abbas Sadriwalla (born 1948 in Bombay, now Mumbai, India) is chairman and CEO of the Fort Lauderdale-based Wireless Logix Group of seven companies, which offer a full bouquet of Wi-Fi technologies and solutions.
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Abdul Sattar Edhi (عبدالستار ایدھی; 28 February 1928 – 8 July 2016) was a Pakistani philanthropist, ascetic, and humanitarian who founded the Edhi Foundation, which runs the world's largest volunteer ambulance network, along with homeless shelters, animal shelter, rehab centres, and orphanages across Pakistan.
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Abir Abrar (born May 5, 1985, Mumbai) is an Indian stage, film, and television actress.
Abiria was a region in Sindh province of Pakistan described by the Classical authors, mainly Ptolemy.
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Abiy Addi (also spelled Abi Addi; Tigrigna ዓብዪ ዓዲ "Big town") is a town and separate woreda in north central Ethiopia, and was capital of the former province of Tembien before that province was incorporated into Tigray.
Aboobaker Osman Mitha (Urdu:ابو بكر عثمان متها; b.1923–1999), popularize as A.O. Mitha,, was a two-star rank army general who is considered a legend in the Pakistan Army, and a "stay behind" conceptual founder of Special Services Group (SSG).
ABP Mazha is a 24-hour free-to-air Marathi news channel in India.
Abraham David Sofaer (born May 6, 1938) is a former United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, and then a Legal Adviser to the United States State Department.
Abraham Kovoor declared, in 1963, an award of Rs.
Sir Abraham Shipman was an Englishman appointed as governor of Bombay during the period of the Honourable East India Company.
Abrar Alvi (अबरार अलवी; ابرار علوی; 1927 – 18 November 2009) was an Indian film writer, director and actor.
Attupurathu Mathew Abraham (ആറ്റുപുറത്ത്മാത്യു ഏബ്രഹാം.; 11 June 1924 – 1 December 2002), pen name Abu, was an Indian cartoonist, journalist, and author.
Abu Asim Azmi (born 8 August 1955) is a member of the 12th Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.
Abu Road is a city and municipality in Sirohi district of Rajasthan state in western India.
Abu Salem A-139 Abu Salem (born Abu Salem Abdul Qayoom Ansari; He is from Uttar Pradesh also known as Aqil Ahmed Azmi, 'and Abu Samaan, a gangster and terrorist convicted to the 25 years life sentence,, DNA News, 7 Sept 2017. is originally from Azamgarh district in Uttar Pradesh state of India. Abu Salem worked in the D-Company (Dawood Ibrahim gang) as a driver transporting weapons and contraband. Later he rose among the ranks after he introduced a new strategy of hiring unemployed Muslim youths from his hometown Azamgarh to come to Mumbai, execute shoot-outs and return to Azamgarh the next day remaining untraced by the Mumbai police. Salem is infamous for terrorizing the Bollywood film industry by extorting money from film producers and usurping the overseas distribution rights. He basically from Jhajhar Haryana 125044, After few years he started lived in Azamgarh. It is believed that Salem was the mastermind behind threatening Bollywood film producers like Gulshan Kumar, Subhash Ghai, Rajiv Rai and Rakesh Roshan. While his gang members assassinated Gulshan Kumar in 1997, they also tried to assassinate Rajiv Rai and Rakesh Roshan but failed. After the assassination of music baron and film producer he was also involved in several murder, extortion and other cases. He was later arrested in 2002 in Portugal and extradited to India. He was arrested on charges of Fake passport and later Amber Sharma of Mowgli Productions exposes all his fake passport details in his series Life of Mafia. He was tried and convicted in some cases and was awarded life imprisonment in 2015.
Abubhai Adamji Jasdenwala (1899-06-24 in Bombay – 1982-09-15 in Bombay) was a businessman and cricket administrator.
Maulana Sayyid Abul Kalam Ghulam Muhiyuddin Ahmed bin Khairuddin Al-Hussaini Azad (11 November 1888 – 22 February 1958) was an Indian scholar and the senior Muslim leader of the Indian National Congress during the Indian independence movement.
Abyssinia is a battle honour awarded to units of the British Indian Army and the British Army which participated in the 1868 campaign to free Europeans held hostage in Abyssinia (now known as Ethiopia) by Emperor Tewodros II (known at that time to the British as Theodore).
Acacio Gabriel Viegas (born 1856—died 1933) was a medical practitioner who was credited with the discovery of the outbreak of bubonic plague in Bombay, India in 1896.
An academic honor code or honor system is a set of rules or ethical principles governing an academic community based on ideals that define what constitutes honorable behaviour within that community.
ACC Limited (Formerly The Associated Cement Companies Limited) one of the largest producers of cement in India.
Accamma Cherian was an Indian independence activist from the erstwhile Travancore (Kerala), India.
Accion International is a global nonprofit organization that supports microfinance institutions in their work to provide financial services to low-income clients.
Achalpur, formerly known as Ellichpur and Illychpur, is a city and a municipal council in Amravati District in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Acid house is a subgenre of house music developed around the mid-1980s by DJs from Chicago.
The Action of 18 September 1810 was a naval battle fought between British Royal Navy and French Navy frigates in the Indian Ocean during the Napoleonic Wars.
Acton Smee Ayrton (5 August 1816 – 30 November 1886) was a British barrister and Liberal Party politician.
Adah Sharma is an Indian film actress who mainly appears in Hindi and Telugu language films.
Adalat (Court) is a 1977 Bollywood action drama film directed by Narendra Bedi.
Kevin Adam Curtis (born 26 May 1955) is a British documentary film-maker.
Adam Craig Gilchrist, AM (born 14 November 1971), nicknamed "Gilly" or "Churchy", is a former Australian international cricketer and former captain of Australian national team.
Adam Leventhal, born 13 November 1979 in London, is an English television presenter, journalist and Watford F.C. supporter He started his career in 1995 at Capital Radio, London working on the award-winning Capital Gold Sportstime.
Sir Adamji Peerbhoy (13 August 1846– 11 August 1913) was an Indian business magnate, philanthropist and of Dawoodi Bohra community based at Bombay in British India.
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited (APSEZ) is India’s largest private multi-port operator.
ADAPT – Able Disabled All People Together (formerly known as The Spastics Society of India) is an Indian non-profit and non-governmental organization, working to help people with neuro-muscular and developmental disabilities.
The Adarsh Housing Society is a posh, 31-storey building constructed on prime real estate in Colaba, Mumbai, for the welfare of war widows and personnel of India’s Ministry of Defence.
Adarsha Vidyalaya is an English language school located in Sahakar Nagar, Shell Colony, Chembur, Mumbai, India.
Hájí Mírzá Ḥasan-i-Adíbu'l-`Ulamá (حج مرزا حسن أديب العلماء‎; 1848–1919), known as Mírzá Ḥasan or Adíb, was an eminent follower of Bahá'u'lláh, the founder of the Bahá'í Faith He was appointed a Hand of the Cause and identified as one of the nineteen Apostles of Bahá'u'lláh.
Aditi Gupta (stylized as Additi Gupta) is an Indian actress, model and fashion designer, known for her work as the protagonist in the popular television series Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil on Star Plus channel.
Additional Solicitor General of India abbreviated as ASG is a law officer of India and is the third ranking lawyer of the Government of India.
Muzaffar Adeeb or simply Adeeb (1934 – May 26, 2006) was a Pakistani film actor.
Aden (عدن Yemeni) is a port city in Yemen, located by the eastern approach to the Red Sea (the Gulf of Aden), some east of Bab-el-Mandeb.
Adharm is the name of an Indian Bollywood film directed by Adeep Singh released in 2006.
Adhyayan Suman (born 13 January 1988) is an Indian actor.
Ardeshir "Adi" Ratan Bulsara (born May 15, 1951Adi Ratan Bulsara, Entropy, Stability and Fluctuations in Lasing Systems, PhD Thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 1978) is a scientist in the area nonlinear dynamics.
Adi Burjorji Godrej (born 3 April 1942) is an Indian billionaire industrialist and businessman, head of the Godrej family, and chairman of the Godrej Group.
Adibhatla Kailasam was an Indian communist leader.
Aditi Govitrikar (born 21 May 1976) is an Indian model, actress and a doctor. From 1997 until 2004, Dr. Govitrikar remains the only Indian supermodel with a medical doctor and psychologist qualification. She has been touted by Hindustan Times as “Beauty with Brains”. She is a vegetarian and ardent Vipassana practitioner. She won the Gladrags Megamodel Contest in 1996 and the Gladrags Mrs. India in 2000 subsequently winning Mrs. World contest in 2001. Dr. Govitrikar remains the first and the only Indian woman to have won the Mrs. World title. Dr. Govitrikar ventured into acting when she played the lead role in Thammudu (1999), a movie that was a runaway hit. She went on to act in many movies including Paheli (2005) India's official entry to the 79th Academy Awards and De Dana Dan (2009) that won an award at the International Indian Film Academy Award. She also played a leading role in several super hit music videos such as Kabhi to Nazar Milao by Adnan Sami and Asha Bhosle (1997) and Aaeena by Jagjit Singh (2000). Dr. Govitrikar launched PETA in India and has also endorsed top tier international brands such as Coca Cola, Chopard, Fendi and Harry Winston.
Aditi Rao Hydari (born 28 October 1986) is an Indian actress and singer who works predominantly in Hindi and Tamil language films.
Aditya Bhattacharya (born 1965) is an Indian film director and screenwriter, most known for his feature film, Raakh (1989), starring Aamir Khan and Pankaj Kapur, which garnered three National Film Awards.
The Aditya Birla Group is an Indian multinational conglomerate, headquartered in Worli, Mumbai, India.
Aditya Chopra (born 21 May 1971) is an Indian filmmaker.
Aditya Kalyanpur (born 21 July 1978) is an Indian Tabla player.
Aditya Narayan Jha (born 6 August 1987) is a Bollywood actor, television host and playback singer.
Aditya Om (born 5 October 1980) is an Indian film actor, writer, lyricist, director and producer and well known star in Telugu movies.
Aditya Pancholi (born Nirmal Pancholi, 4 January 1962) is an Indian film actor, producer and playback singer who appears in Bollywood films.
Aditya Santosh Raut (born 20 August 1993 in Pune, India) is an international open water swimmer, known for breaking many swimming records at a young age.
Aditya Roy Kapur (born 16 November 1985) is an Indian film actor who works in Hindi films.
Aditya Srivastava (born 21 July 1968) is a theater artist, and, Indian film and television actor.
Aaditya Uddhav Thackeray (born 13 June 1990) is the son of Uddhav Thackeray, leader and chairperson of the Shiv Sena, and grandson of Bal Thackeray.
The administrative divisions of India are subnational administrative units of India; they compose a nested hierarchy of country subdivisions.
The city of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, is divided into administrative divisions.
Adonism is a Neopagan religion founded in 1925 by the German esotericist Franz Sättler (1884-c.1942), who often went by the pseudonym of Dr.
Adoor Gopalakrishnan is an Indian film director, script writer, and producer.
Adrian Albert D'souza (born 24 March 1984 in Mumbai, Maharashtra) is a field hockey goalkeeper from India, who made is international debut for the Men's National Team in January 2004 during the Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Adriana Barna (born 21 May 1978) is a retired professional German tennis player.
Adrien Arcand (October 3, 1899 – August 1, 1967) was a Montreal journalist who led a series of fascist political movements between 1929 and his death in 1967.
An adult diaper (or adult nappy) is a diaper made to be worn by a person with a body larger than that of an infant or toddler.
Advitya, is a non-profit organization in India that works for providing a better lifestyle for disabled adults.
An aerophone is any musical instrument that produces sound primarily by causing a body of air to vibrate, without the use of strings or membranes, and without the vibration of the instrument itself adding considerably to the sound.
Aeroput (English translation: "Airway") was an airline and flag carrier of Yugoslavia from 1927 until 1948.
Afanasy Nikitin (Афана́сий Ники́тин; died 1472) was a Russian merchant of Tver and one of the first Europeans (after Niccolò de' Conti) to travel to and document his visit to India.
The Church of St.
The Afghanistan national cricket team (د افغانستان د کريکټ ملي لوبډله) (Persian:تیم ملی کریکت افغانستان) represents is the 12th Test cricket playing Full Member nation.
Aflatoun International is a non-governmental organization focusing on educating children about their rights and responsibilities and managing financial resources through social and financial education.
Afnán (ﺍﻓﻨﺎﻥ, "Branches"), is a term in literature of the Bahá'í Faith referring to maternal relatives of the Báb, and is used as a surname by their descendants.
Afonso VI (English: Alphonzo or Alphonse, Old Portuguese: Affonso; 21 August 164312 September 1683), known as "the Victorious" (o Vitorioso), was the second King of Portugal and the Algarves of the House of Braganza from 1656 until his death.
Africa–India relations refers to the historical, political, economic, and cultural connections between India and the African continent.
African-American Jews are people of mixed Jewish-African-American background, or African Americans who are Jewish by birth or have converted to Judaism.
Aftab Ahmed Khan IPS is a former Indian Police Service officer, turned politician from Mumbai, India, noted for his encounter killings of gangsters from the Mumbai organized crime syndicates.
Aftab Shivdasani (born 25 June 1978) is an Indian film actor, producer and model known for his works in Bollywood.
Aftek (previously Aftek Infosys) is an Indian offshore IT services company headquartered at Mumbai, India.
Afzal Khan (died 10 November 1659) was a medieval Indian commander who served the Adil Shahi dynasty of Bijapur, and fought against Shivaji.
Vice-Admiral Afzal Akram Rahman Khan (Urdu: افضل رحمان خان; born: 1921— 2005; popularly known as Admiral A. R. Khan), HQA, HPk, HJ, was a three-star rank admiral, politician, and the Commander in Chief of Pakistan Navy, serving under President Ayub Khan from 1959 until 1966.
Aga Bai Arrechha! is a Marathi film by director Kedar Shinde loosely based on the Hollywood film What Women Want.
Aga Khan I (آغا خان اوّل|Āghā Khān-i Awwal or آقا خان اوّل|Āqā Khān-i Awwal|), was the title accorded to Hasan Ali Shah (حسن علی شاه|Ḥasan ‘Alī Shāh|) (1804 – 1881), the governor of Kirman, 46th Imam of the Nizari Ismaili Muslims, and prominent Muslim leader in Iran and later in the Indian subcontinent.
Aga Khan II (آقا خان دوّم; Āghā Khān-i Duvvum or, less commonly but more correctly آقا خان دوّم Āqā Khān-i Duvvum), was the title of Aqa Ali Shah (آقا علی شاه Āqā ‘Alī Shāh; b. 1830 in Mahallat, Iran; d. August 1885 in Pune, India), the 47th Imam of the Nizari Ismaili Muslims.
Sir Sultan Muhammed Shah, Aga Khan III (2 November 187711 July 1957) was the 48th Imam of the Nizari Ismaili religion.
Agar Panchaitan is a town located in the state of Maharashtra, on the west coast of India.
The Age of Consent Act, 1891, also Act X of 1891, was a legislation enacted in British India on 19 March 1891 which raised the age of consent for sexual intercourse for all girls, married or unmarried, from ten to twelve years in all jurisdictions, its violation subject to criminal prosecution as rape.
The Agency for French Education Abroad, or Agency for French Teaching Abroad, (Agence pour l'enseignement français à l'étranger AEFE), is a national public agency under the administration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France that assures the quality of schools teaching the French national curriculum outside France.
Agent Vinod (stylized as AGENT VINOD) is a 2012 Indian action spy film directed by Sriram Raghavan, and written by Sriram Raghavan and Arijit Biswas.
Syed Wajid Hussain Rizvi (Urdu:, Hindi: सैय्यद वाजिद हुसैन रिज़वी, (16 October 1908 – 27 March 1998), better known by his Bollywood film name, Aghajani Kashmeri (Urdu:, Hindi: आग़ाजानी कश्मीरी) or Kashmiri (Urdu:, Hindi: कश्मीरी), also Agha Jani and Aga Jani, was an Indian screenwriter, former actor and Urdu poet. He worked in Bollywood films, as a writer for a number of classics, from the first Indian cinematic blockbuster Kismet (1943), to the Palme d'Or nominated Mujhe Jeene Do (1963), to Naya Zamana (1971). He was known for writing his dialogues in literary Urdu, which eventually went out of vogue after Salim-Javed popularized a more colloquial style in the 1970s.
Agneepath (italics) is a 2012 Indian action drama film produced by Hiroo Yash Johar and Karan Johar under the banner of Dharma Productions.
The Father Agnel Ashram is a charitable institution in India.
Agnel Polytechnic is a polytechnic college which has adopted the education system from Maharashtra Board of Technical Education (MSBTE) located in Vashi, the heart of Navi Mumbai, a satellite city to the metropolis of Mumbai in Maharashtra, India.
Agnes of Rome is a virgin–martyr, venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, the Anglican Communion, and Lutheranism.
Agra is a city on the banks of the river Yamuna in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
Agra Road was a former station on the Salsette-Trombay Railway.
Agriculture in Qatar is inherently limited in scope due to the harsh climate and lack of arable land.
Asian Highway 47 (AH47) is a route of the Asian Highway Network, running from AH43 in Gwalior, India to AH43 and AH45 in Bangalore, India.
Ahilya Rangnekar (1922–2009) was an Indian politician, a leader of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the member of the Lok Sabha from 1977 to 1980, representing Mumbai North Central parliamentary constituency.
Ahmad Bashir (Urdu: احمد بشیر) (March 24, 1923 – December 25, 2004) was a writer, journalist, intellectual and film director from Pakistan.
Ahmad Shah I, born Ahmad Khan, was a ruler of the Muzaffarid dynasty, who reigned over the Gujarat Sultanate from 1411 until his death in 1442.
Vice-Admiral Ahmad Tasnim (Urdu:احمد تسنيم; b. 1935),, is a retired three-star rank admiral in the Pakistan Navy who is notable for his command of the ''Hangor'', a submarine, that sank the INS Khukri on 8 December 1971 during the third war with India, off the Diu, Gujarat in India.
Ahmed Ghulam Ali Chagla (Urdu: احمد غلام علی چھاگلہ) (born 31 May 1902 - died 5 February 1953) was a Pakistani musical composer who famously wrote the music for the national anthem of Pakistan in 1950.
Ahmed Hussain A. Kazi Tamgha-e-Pakistan (Medal of Pakistan) Award (15 August 1920 – 7 January 2007) was a civil servant of Pakistan and senior advocate of the Pakistan Supreme Court, who shaped the internal revenue, economic and industrialization policies during the 1970s.
Ahmed Jan Thirakwa Khan was an Indian tabla player, commonly considered the preeminent soloist among tabla players of the 20th century, and among the most influential percussionists in the history of Indian classical music.
Ahmed Khan (born 3 June 1974) is an Indian choreographer, producer, actor, director, and writer.
Sheikh Ahmed Nizam (born 17 May 1986) is an Indian cricketer.
Ahmed Rushdi, SI, PP (احمد رشدی; April 24, 1934 – April 11, 1983) was a versatile Pakistani playback singer and was "an important contributor to the golden age of Pakistani film music.
Ahmed Said Musa Patel (16 January 1937 to 8 September 2009) was the first Imam (Muslim cleric) in New Zealand and served as the principal spiritual and religious advisor to the Islamic community here from 1960 to 1986.
Ahmedabad, also known as Amdavad is the largest city and former capital of the Indian state of Gujarat.
Ahmedabad Junction railway station is the main railway station of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
Ahmedabad Municipal Transport Service (AMTS) runs the public bus service in the city of Ahmedabad in India.The responsibility of the administration of AMTS comes under the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation.
Ahmednagar is a city in Ahmednagar district in the state of Maharashtra, India, about 120 km northeast of Pune and 114 km from Aurangabad.
Sri Ahobila Matha (also called Sri Ahobila Matam) is a Vadakalai Sri Vaishnava monastery established around 1400 CE at Ahobilam in Andhra Pradesh, India following the Vadakalai tradition of Vedanta Desika.
Ahsaas Channa is an Indian actress who appeared as a child actor in Hindi films such as Vaastu Shastra, Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, My Friend Ganesha, Phoonk, etc.
The Asian Institute of Communication and Research, better known as AICAR Business School or simply AICAR, is a management institute located in Matheran, about 90 minutes from Mumbai in India.
Aindrita Ray is an Indian film actress, primarily appearing in Kannada films.
Air Ceylon was founded in 1947 as the flag carrier airline of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka).
Air Deccan is an Indian regional brand of Deccan Charters that began operations in 2017.
AIR FM Gold is a FM radio channel in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai, India.
AIR FM Rainbow is a group of FM radio channels across India.
Air France has been in operation since 1933.
Air Hong Kong is an all-cargo airline based in Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong, with its main hub at Hong Kong International Airport.
Air India is the flag carrier airline of India.
Air India Cargo was a cargo airline, it was the freight carrying subsidiary of Air India, based in Mumbai.
Air India FC, is an Indian professional football club founded by Anand Prajapati in 1952, based in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Air India Flight 101 was a scheduled Air India passenger flight from Bombay to London that accidentally flew into Mont Blanc in France on the morning of 24 January 1966.
Air India Flight 182 was an Air India flight operating on the Toronto–Montreal–London–Delhi route.
Air India Flight 245 was a scheduled Air India passenger flight that crashed into Mont Blanc, France, on 3 November 1950.
Air India Flight 403 was a scheduled Air India passenger flight that crashed at Sahar International Airport in Bombay, India on 21 June 1982.
Air India Flight 855 was a scheduled passenger flight that crashed during the evening of New Year's Day 1978 about off the coast of Bandra, Mumbai.
Air India Limited is a company that was formed as National Aviation Company of India Limited by the government of India to oversee the merger of Air India and Indian.
Air Mauritius Limited, operating as Air Mauritius, is the flag carrier airline of Mauritius.
An air quality index (AQI) is a number used by government agencies to communicate to the public how polluted the air currently is or how polluted it is forecast to become.
Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) (Kampuni ya Ndege ya Tanzania) is the flag carrier airline of Tanzania based in Dar es Salaam with its hub at Julius Nyerere International Airport.
AirAsia X Berhad (previously known as FlyAsianXpress Sdn. Bhd.), operating as AirAsia X, is a long-haul budget airline based in Malaysia, and a sister company of AirAsia.
Aircel Ltd. is a defunct Indian mobile network operator headquartered in Gurgaon that offered voice and 2G and 3G data services.
An airline is a company that provides air transport services for traveling passengers and freight.
Airline hubs or hub airports are used by one or more airlines to concentrate passenger traffic and flight operations at a given airport.
The Airoli Bridge is a bridge in the Mumbai metropolitan area of India.
Airport security refers to the techniques and methods used in an attempt to protect passengers, staff and planes which use the airports from accidental/malicious harm, crime and other threats.
An airport terminal is a building at an airport where passengers transfer between ground transportation and the facilities that allow them to board and disembark from aircraft.
Airports Company of South Africa Limited (ACSA) is a South African airport management company.
Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi (born 17 March 1980) is a Pakistani professional tennis player.
Aishwarya Rai (born 1 November 1973), also known by her married name Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, is an Indian actress, model and the winner of the Miss World 1994 pageant.
Aitraaz (italic) is a 2004 Indian Hindi-language romantic thriller film directed by Abbas–Mustan.
The Ajanta Caves are 29 (approximately) rock-cut Buddhist cave monuments which date from the 2nd century BCE to about 480 CE in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra state of India.
Vishal Devgn (born 2 April 1969), known professionally as Ajay Devgn, is an Indian film actor, director and producer.
Ajay Monga (born 1968) is an Indian scriptwriter and film director.
Ajay Piramal (born August 3, 1955) is an Indian businessman.
Ajinkya Madhukar Rahane (born 6 June 1988) is an Indian international cricketer.
Ajit Agarkar (born 4 December 1977) is a former Indian cricketer, who had represented India in more than 200 international matches in all three formats of the game.
Ajit Balakrishnan is an Indian entrepreneur, business executive and administrator.
Ajit Gunnotam Hutheesing (4 March 1936 – 8 December 2017) was the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of International Capital Partners Inc.
Ajit Laxman Wadekar (born 1 April 1941) is a former international cricketer who played for India between 1966 and 1974.
Ajmer-Merwara, also known as Ajmir Province and as Ajmer-Merwara-Kekri, is a former province of British India in the historical Ajmer region.
Ajmera Global School was established in 2006, founded by Dhaval and Prachi Ajmera.
Akampadam is a village in Malappuram district in the state of Kerala, India.
The Akanksha Foundation founded by Shaheen Mistri is a non-profit organization with a mission to impact the lives of children from low-income communities, enabling them to maximize their potential and change their lives.
Akashdeep Saigal (born 29 October 1974) is an Indian model and a television actor.
Akbar Al Baker (أكبر الباکر) (born 1962) is currently the CEO of Qatar Airways.
Akbar Birbal Remixed is a series of Hindi webisodes/mobisodes launched by Rajshri on the Rajshri.com portal on 1 July 2008.
Sir Muhammad Akbar Nazar Ali Hydari, Sadr ul-Maham, PC (8 November 1869 – November 1941) was an Indian politician.
Akbar Padamsee (born 12 April 1928, Bombay) is a contemporary Indian artist and painter, considered one of the pioneers in Modern Indian painting along with Raza, Souza and M.F. Hussain.
Akgul Charievna Amanmuradova (Оқгул Омонмуродова; born June 23, 1984) is a professional tennis player from Uzbekistan.
Akhbarul Hind (in Arabic اخبار الهند meaning The News of India) is an Arabic language fortnightly publication from Mumbai, India.
Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Sahitya Sammelan (All India Marathi Literary Conference) is an annual conference for literary discussions by Marathi writers.
(lit. All India Army) is a political party founded in 1997 in Mumbai, Maharashtra by former gangster Arun Gawli (alias 'Daddy').
Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) (translation: All Indian Student Council) is a right-wing all India student organisation affiliated to the Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
Akhtar Rasool (born 13 January 1954) (اختر رسول) is a field hockey player, captain and olympian from Pakistan who won the gold medal with the Men's National Hockey Team at the Hockey World Cup 1978, and again in 1982.
Akkalkot is a town and a municipal council in Solapur district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Akola is called the Cotton City; it is the largest cotton-producing district in India.
Akolner is a village near Ahmednager in Maharashtra, India.
Aksa Beach is a popular beach and a vacation spot in Aksa village at Malad, Mumbai, India.
Akshay Kapoor (born: Swapnil Gohil) (born 18 September 1980) is an Indian actor.
Akshay Kumar (born Rajiv Hari Om Bhatia; 9 September 1967), is an actor, producer, martial artist, stuntman and television personality, who works in Bollywood films.
Akshaye Khanna (born 28 March 1975) is an Indian film actor known for his work in Bollywood.
Akshita Kapoor is an Indian television actress.
al-Būsīrī (Abū 'Abdallāh Muhammad ibn Sa'īd ul-Būsīrī Ash Shadhili) (1211–1294) was a Sanhaji BerberSufi poet belonging to the Shadhiliyya order being direct disciple of Sheikh Abul Abbas al-Mursi ash Shadhili.
Al-Mahdi Abdallah (1793 – 28 November 1835) was an Imam of Yemen who ruled from 1816 to 1835.
Sir K.V.A.R. (Kottaiyur Veerappa Alagappa Ramanatha) Alagappa Chettiar, (6 April 1909 – 5 April 1957), was an Indian businessman and philanthropist.
Alakode is a village in Kannur district in the Indian state of Kerala.
Alam can be an Arabic surname or it can also mean flag, sign, or world.
Alam Ara (translation: The Ornament of the World) was a 1931 Indian film directed by Ardeshir Irani.
Alamcode is a village in Malappuram district in the state of Kerala, India.
Alamut (الموت, meaning "eagle's nest") was a mountain fortress located in Alamut region in the South Caspian province of Daylam near the Rudbar region in Persia, approximately 100 km (60 mi) from present-day Tehran.
Alan A. Dale was a cargo ship that served under United States control during World War II.
Alan Brown (born 17 October 1935) is a former English cricketer who played in two Test matches in 1961.
Alan Lee Keyes (born August 7, 1950) is an American conservative political activist, pundit, author, former diplomat, and perennial candidate for public office.
Alappuzha, also known as Alleppey, is the administrative headquarters of Alappuzha District of Kerala state of southern India.
Alappuzha is one of the 14 districts in the state of Kerala in India.
Alathiyur is a village in the Tirur taluk of Malappuram district, Kerala, India.Alathiyur is located 6 km south of Tirur on the road towards Ponnani.
The Alavi Bohras (علوي بھرۃ) are a Taiyebi Musta'alavi Isma'ili Shi'i Muslim community from Gujarat, India.
The Albanian Greek Catholic Church is an autonomous (sui iuris in Latin) Byzantine Rite particular church in communion with Rome, whose members live in Albania and which comprises the Apostolic Administration of Southern Albania.
Sir Albert Abdullah David Sassoon, 1st Baronet, (25 July 181824 October 1896) was a British Indian businessman and philanthropist.
Aleksandre Chikvaidze (Georgian: ალექსანდრე ჩიკვაიძე; Russian: Александр Давидович Чикваидзе) (19 January 1932, Tbilisi – 2012) was a former Soviet, Russian, and Georgian statesman and diplomat.
Alex Ambrose (born 8 September 1982) is an Indian football player.
Alexandra Joy Blackwell (born 31 August 1983) is a professional cricketer who plays for New South Wales and Australia as a specialist batsman.
Alexander was a merchant vessel launched at Bombay in 1803.
Lieutenant-General Alexander Adams (died 1835) was a British army officer.
Alexander Areshchenko (Олександр Арещенко, Oleksandr Areshenko; born June 15, 1986) is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster and Ukrainian champion in 2005.
Alexander Champion (snr) was a London based merchant who was in business in the eighteenth century, trading to many parts of the world, with a number of partners over the years.
Alexander George Ogston FAA FRS (30 January 1911 – 29 June 1996) was a biochemist who specialised in the thermodynamics of biological systems.
Alexander Graham Bell c.1918–1919 Alexander Graham Bell honors and tributes include honours bestowed upon him and awards named for him.
Alexander Hamilton (before 1688 – after 1733) was a Scottish sea captain, privateer and merchant.
Alexander Kinloch Forbes (Gujarati: એલેક્ઝાન્ડર કિન્લોક ફૉર્બસ) (1821–1865) was a scholar of the Gujarati language and a colonial administrator in British India.
Alexander Mantashev (Aleksandr Mantashiants;, Aleksandr Ivanovich Mantashev; 3 March 1842 – 19 April 1911 and was buried on 30 April in the Armenian Pantheon of Tbilisi) was a prominent Armenian oil magnate, industrialist, financier, and a philanthropist.
Alexander Mitchell, (13 April 1780 – 25 June 1868) was an Irish engineer who from 1802 was blind.
Mohammed Alexander Russell Webb (November 9, 1846 in Hudson, New York – October 1, 1916 in Rutherford, New Jersey) was an American writer, publisher, and the United States Consul to the Philippines.
Alexander Walker Scott (10 November 1800 – 1 November 1883) was an Australian entomologist mainly interested in butterflies.
Alexandre Emile Jean Yersin (22 September 1863 – 1 March 1943) was a Swiss and naturalized French physician and bacteriologist.
Alfred Dundas Taylor was born August 30, 1825 in England, son of George Ledwell Taylor (1788–1873), a civil architect to the Admiralty in the UK and head of the Marine Survey Department.
Alfred William Alcock, CIE (23 June 1859 in Bombay – 24 March 1933 in Belvedere, Kent) was a British physician, naturalist, and carcinologist.
Algenol, founded in 2006, headquartered in Fort Myers, Florida, Algenol is an industrial biotechnology company that is commercializing patented algae technology for production of ethanol and other fuels.
Ali Akbar Khan (14 April 192218 June 2009) was a Hindustani classical musician of the Maihar gharana, known for his virtuosity in playing the sarod.
Ali Bhai (English: Ali Brother) is a 2007 Malayalam Indian action-drama film, directed by Shaji Kailas(Assistant Director-Sajith Jagadnandan) and written by T.A. Shahid.
Syed Ali Jawad Zaidi (10 March 1916 – 6 December 2004) was an Indian Urdu poet, scholar, and author of over 80 books in several languages.
Pir Ali Muhammad Rashdi (پیر علی محمد راشدی),(1905–1987) was a Pakistani politician, scholar, bureaucrat, journalist and well-known writer.
Ali Sardar Jafri (29 November 1913 – 1 August 2000) was an Urdu writer from India.
Nawab Ali Yavar Jung (February 1906 – 11 December 1976) was an eminent Indian diplomat.
Ali Mohammad Zafar (born 18 May 1980) is a Pakistani singer-songwriter, model, actor and painter.
Alibaba Aur 41 Chor is an upcoming computer-animated film.
Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum (read as "Alibabavum Narpadhu Thirudargalum") is a 1956 Indian Tamil-language fantasy swashbuckler film directed and produced by T. R. Sundaram under his production banner Modern Theatres.
Alibag is a coastal town and a municipal council in Raigad District of Maharashtra.
Aliparamba is a village in Malappuram district in the state of Kerala, India.
Alison Mitchell (born 1980) is a freelance English sports broadcaster.
Alitalia Flight 771 was a multi-leg Douglas DC-8-43 international scheduled flight from Sydney via Darwin, Bangkok, Bombay, Karachi and Tehran to Rome with 94 on board.
Alitalia – Linee Aeree Italiane (Alitalia – Italian Air Lines), in its later stages known as Alitalia – Linee Aeree Italiane S.p.A. in amministrazione straordinaria (in Extraordinary Administration), was the former Italian flag carrier.
* Yeda Ki Khula (1991) Alka Kubal (born 23 September 1965) is a Marathi film actress from Mumbai, India.
Alka Verma is an Indian actress.
Alka Yagnik (born 20 March 1966) is an Indian playback singer.
The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is the statutory body and a national-level council for technical education, under Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development.
The All India Forward Bloc (AIFB) is a left-wing nationalist political party in India.
All India Radio (AIR), officially known since 1956 as Ākāshvāṇī ("Voice from the Sky") is the national public radio broadcaster of India and a division of Prasar Bharati.
The All India Services (AIS) comprises Civil Services of India, namely the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), the Indian Forest Service (IFS) and the Indian Police Service (IPS).
All India Shia Personal Law Board (AISPLB) is an organisation formed in January 2005 to represent the rights of Shia in India.
The All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) is the oldest trade union federations in India.
The All Red Line was an informal name for the system of electrical telegraphs that linked much of the British Empire.
Ustad Allarakha Qureshi (29 April 1919 – 3 February 2000), popularly known as Alla Rakha, was an Indian tabla player specialized in Hindustani Classical music.
Alladiya Khan (अल्लादिया ख़ान; 10 August 1855 – 16 March 1946) was an Indian classical singer who founded the Jaipur-Atrauli gharana.
Khan Bahadur Allah Bakhsh Gabol (خان بهادرالله بخش گبول) (15 August 1895 – December 1972) was a political leader of the 20th century and an exponent of the Pakistan Movement from Sindh.
Prayag, or Allahabad is a large metropolitan city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and the administrative headquarters of Allahabad District, the most populous district in the state and 13th most populous district in India, and the Allahabad Division.
Allan Holdsworth (6 August 1946 – 15 April 2017) was a British guitarist and composer.
Allan Octavian Hume, CB ICS (6 June 1829 – 31 July 1912) was a member of the Imperial Civil Service (later the Indian Civil Service), a political reformer, ornithologist and botanist who worked in British India.
The Alliance Bank of Simla was a British-run though India-registered bank that commenced operations in Simla 1874 under the management of Mr.
L'Alliance Française (French Alliance), or AF, is an international organization that aims to promote French language and culture around the world.
Allied Publishers is an Indian-based academic and literary publishing house, established in 1934 by M. Graham Brash, the Company was acquired by the late Mr.
Allur is a Town in Nellore district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Alok Industries is an Indian ISO 9001:2000 certified textile manufacturing company based in Mumbai.
Aloo tikki is a snack originating from the Indian subcontinent; in North Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi preparation, it is made out of boiled potatoes, onions and various curry spices.
Alpana Mukherjee (née Banerjee) (আল্পনা মুখার্জী) (March 14, 1934 – July 24, 2009) was a successful Bengali singer during the late 1940s and 1950s and onwards.
Altaf Husain (আলতাফ হোসেইন, الطاف حسين; 26 January 1900 – 15 May 1968), was an eminent educationist, journalist, and the Pakistan Movement activist.
Altaf Raja is an Indian Qawwali singer.
Altaf Tyrewala (born 1977) is an Indian, English-language author and columnist.
As a fictional character, the Green Goblin has appeared in a number of media, from comic books to films and television series.
Aluri Chakrapani or Aluri Venkata Subbarao (August 5, 1908 – September 24, 1975) was an Indian film multilingual writer, producer and director known for his works in predominantly in Telugu cinema and he won two Filmfare Awards for Telugu films.
Alwar (formerly Ulwar), located 150 km south of Delhi and 150 km north of Jaipur, is a city in India's National Capital Region and the administrative headquarters of Alwar District in the state of Rajasthan.
Amal Allana (born 14 September 1947) is an Indian theatre director, scenic designer and costume designer and presently she is in her second consecutive term as the Chairperson of National School of Drama, India's premier institute of Theatre training, she also runs the Dramatic Art and Design Academy (DADA), New Delhi, with her husband Nissar Allana, which they co-founded in 2000.
Amancio D'Silva (19 March 1936 – 17 July 1996) was an Indian jazz guitarist and composer, known for his own recordings and his collaborations with other musicians in Britain, notably Joe Harriott and Stan Tracey.
Amar Upadhyay (born 1 August 1976) is an Indian television actor and model.
Amara is a fashion boutique in Mumbai, India.
Amarambalam or T.K.Colony is a forest village near Nilambur town and conjoins Silent Valley National Park.
Amateur radio or ham radio is practised by more than 16,000 licensed users in India.
The 1978 regulations established five categories of Amateur radio licence in India.
Ambaji (Ambājī) is a census town in Banaskantha district in the state of Gujarat, India.
Ambala, is a city and a municipal corporation in Ambala district in the state of Haryana, India, located on the border with the Indian state of Punjab and in proximity to both states capital Chandigarh.
Ambarnath more often spelt as Ambernath is a city in Indian state of Maharashtra which is also a part of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region.
Ambedkar Jayanti or Bhim Jayanti is an annual festival observed on 14 April to commemorate the memory of B. R. Ambedkar.
Amber Dhara was a Hindi language Indian television series that aired on Sony Entertainment Television (Global) from 24 September 2007 until 24 April 2008, based on the lives of conjoined twins, Amber & Dhara.
Mohone is a small town, around 60 kilometres North-East of Mumbai.
Amboli is in Andheri (West), Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Amboli is a hill station in south Maharashtra, India.
Ambu Island is an isle off the coast of Mumbai near Madh Island located at in the Arabian Sea.
Amchi Shala is a Marathi medium school, founded by Shri.
Amcor Limited is a global packaging company.
Ameerpet is a residential hub located to the north-west of Hyderabad, Telangana.
Ameesha Patel (born Amisha Amit Patel) also simply known as "Ameesha" is an Indian actress and model who predominantly appears in Bollywood films.
The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM) was among the first American Christian missionary organizations.
The American Ceylon Mission (ACM) to Jaffna, Sri Lanka started with the arrival in 1813 of missionaries sponsored by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM).
The American India Foundation (AIF, founded 2001) is a nonprofit American organization that is devoted to accelerating social and economic change in India.
The American School of Bombay (or ASB) is a co-educational, international, day school in Mumbai, India.
Americans in India comprise expatriates and immigrants from the United States living in India, along with Indian citizens of American descent.
Americares is a non-profit disaster relief and global health organization providing immediate response to emergency medical needs and supporting long-term health care initiatives for people in the United States and around the world.
Ameriprise Financial, Inc. is an American diversified financial services company.
Amethi is a town in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
See Amethi (Lok Sabha constituency) for the Lok Sabha constituency of Amethi. Amethi district is the 72nd district of the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India.
Ami Trivedi is an Indian television and theatre artist.
Amin Rozani is an Indian Entrepreneur and a Poker player who replicated the poker business model for the Indian environment resulting in his fortune.
Ustad Amir Khan; 15 August 1912 – 13 February 1974) was a well-known Indian classical vocalist. He is considered one of the most influential figures in Hindustani classical music, and the founder of the Indore gharana.
Amirbai Karnataki (c. 1906 – 3 March 1965) was a famous actress/singer and playback singer of the early Hindi cinema and was famous as Kannada Kokila.
Amit Bose (born 26 February 1930) is an Indian filmmaker, film director and editor, who directed all-time classics like (1968) and, as an Editor, worked on movies like Madhumati (1958), Sujata (1959), Parakh (1960), (1960), Kabuliwala (1961), (1962), Bandini (1963) and Shakespeare Wallah (1965).
Amit Anilchandra Shah (born 22 October 1964) is an Indian politician who is currently serving as President of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and as a member of the Rajya Sabha.
Amit Trivedi is an Indian film score composer, music director, singer and lyricist.
Amit Varma is a writer based in Mumbai.
Amita Kanekar is a Mumbai-based writer, whose well-received debut novel A Spoke in the Wheel was published by Harper Collins Publishers, India.
Amitabh Bachchan (born 11 October 1942) is an Indian film actor, producer, television host, and former politician.
Amitabh Bachchan Corporation Ltd.
Amiya Charan Banerjee (অমিয় চরণ ব্যানার্জি) (23 January 1891 – 31 May 1968) was an Indian mathematician.
Amjad Khan (12 November 1940 – 27 July 1992) was an Indian actor and director.
Ammoniacum, or gum ammoniac, is a gum-resin exuded from the stem of the perennial herb Dorema ammoniacum of the umbel family (Apiaceae).
Amol Anil Muzumdar (born 11 November 1974) is an Indian cricketer, domestically, having previously played for Mumbai and Assam.
Amol Palekar (born 24 November 1944) is a noted Indian actor, director and producer of Hindi and Marathi cinema.
Amole Gupte (born c. 1962) is an Indian screenwriter, actor, and director, particularly known for his work on the 2007 Bollywood film Taare Zameen Par (Like Stars on Earth) as creative director and screenwriter.
Amrapali Dubey (born 11 January 1987) is an Indian film and television actress.
Amravati is a city in the state of Maharashtra, India.
Amrishlal Puri (22 June 1932 – 12 January 2005) was an Indian actor, who was an important figure in Indian theatre and cinema.
Rajkumari Amrit Kaur DStJ (2 February 1889 – 6 February 1964) was the first health minister of India and served for ten years in the capacity. She was an eminent Gandhian, a freedom fighter, and a social activist. Kaur was also a member of the Constituent Assembly, the body that framed the constitution of India.
Amrita Arora (born 31 January 1978) is an Indian film actress, model, TV Presenter & VJ.
Amrita Prakash is an Indian film actress and model.
Amrita Puri (born 20 August 1983) is an Indian film actress who is known for her roles in the critical and commercially successful Bollywood films like Aisha (2010), Blood Money (2012) and Kai Po Che! (2013).
Amrita Rao (born 7 June 1981) is an Indian film actress and model.
Amritsar, historically also known as Rāmdāspur and colloquially as Ambarsar, is a city in north-western India which is the administrative headquarters of the Amritsar district - located in the Majha region of the Indian state of Punjab.
Amrut Nagar is a neighbourhood in Ghatkopar, a suburb of Mumbai in India.
Amrutanjan Healthcare Limited is an Indian pharmaceutical company established by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in Mumbai in 1893.
Amy Denio (born June 9, 1961) is a Seattle (USA)-based multi-instrumental composer of soundtracks for modern dance, film and theater, as well as a songwriter and music improviser.
Amy Gutmann (born November 19, 1949) is the eighth president of the University of Pennsylvania, an award-winning political theorist, the author of 16 books, and a university professor.
Amy Jackson is a British actress and model known for her work in Tamil & Bollywood films and can currently be seen on The CW's superhero series ''Supergirl'' in the role of Imra Ardeen/Saturn Girl.
An Aussie Goes Bolly is an Australian reality television series which aired on the pay TV channel FOX8 in 2008.
Ana Torroja Fungairiño (born 28 December 1959 in Madrid) is a Spanish singer.
Anaerobic digestion is a collection of processes by which microorganisms break down biodegradable material in the absence of oxygen.
Anakkayam (Malayalam: ആനക്കയം) is a village and panchayat near Malappuram of Kerala, India.
Anamangad (ആനമങ്ങാട്) is a village in Malappuram district in the state of Kerala, India.
Anami Narayan Roy was the Director General of Police, Maharashtra, India and the former Police Commissioner of Mumbai.
Anand is a 2004 Telugu drama film that was directed, produced and written by Sekhar Kammula.
Anand Amritraj (Tamil: ஆனந்த் அம்ரித்ராஜ்; born 20 March 1951 in Madras, Tamil Nadu) is a former Indian tennis player and businessman.
Anand Bakshi (21 July 1930 – 30 March 2002) was a popular Indian poet and lyricist.
Anand Gandhi (born Anand Modi; 26 September 1980 in Mumbai, India) is an Indian filmmaker, entrepreneur.
Anand Mahindra (born 1 May 1955) is the chairman of Mahindra Group, a Mumbai-based business conglomerate.
Anand Patwardhan (born 18 February 1950) is an Indian documentary filmmaker known for his socio-political, human rights-oriented films.
Anand Raj Anand is an Award winning Indian composer, lyricist and playback singer in the Hindi film industry.
Anand Rishiji Maharaj (Marathi: आनंद ऋषीजी महाराज) (1900–1992) was a Jain religious leader.
Anand Singh Bisht is a Fijian lawyer and former politician of Indian descent.
Anandabazar Patrika is an Indian Bengali language daily newspaper published in Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai and Silchar by the ABP Group.
Ananadasharm High School (established 1884), one of the oldest high schools in Uttar Kannada, was a private school located in Bankikodla-Hanehalli.
Swami Ānandāshram (Devanagari: आनंदाश्रम्) was the ninth guru and the Head of the community of the Chitrapur Saraswats.
Anandji Jamnadas Dossa (September 15, 1916 – September 22, 2014) was an Indian cricket statistician.
Anandji Virji Shah (born 2 March 1933) is an Indian music director.
Anandrao Vithoba Adsul (आनंदराव विठोबा अडसूळ) (born 1 June 1947) is a member of the 16th Lok Sabha of India.
Anant Balani (1962 – 29 August 2003) was a Bollywood film director and screenwriter.
Anant Chaturdashi is a festival observed and celebrated by Jain and Hindus.
Anant Gangaram Geete is currently the Union Cabinet Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Sector Enterprises.
Anant Atmaram Kanekar (1905–1980) was a Marathi writer from Maharashtra, India.
Anant Laxman Kanhere was an Indian independence fighter.
Anant Nagarkatte (born 4 September 1948), popularly known as Anant Nag, is an actor from Karnataka, India.
Anant Pai (17 September 1929 – 24 February 2011), popularly known as Uncle Pai, was an Indian educationalist and a pioneer in Indian comics.
Anant Kakba Priolkar was an Indian historian, author and researcher.
Arhaan Damodar Raje (26 September 1929 – 27 June 2009) was an Indian architect and academic.
Ananthavoor is a village in the Malappuram District of the state of Kerala, India.
Ananya Khare (Hindi: अनन्या खरे) is an Indian television and film actress who is best known for her appearances in Bollywood films like Devdas and Chandni Bar.
Anappanthy (Anappanthi) is a town on the banks of Kundoor Puzha in Ayyankunnu Village, Kannur, Kerala, India.
Aanara Gupta (born 29 August 1986) is an Indian model who won the Miss Jammu beauty pageant in 2001.
And Thereby Hangs a Tale is British author Jeffrey Archer's sixth collection of short stories.
Andheri is a locality of West Mumbai.
The Andheri Sports Complex also known as Shahaji Raje Krida Sankul is a multi-purpose facility located on Veera Desai Road in Andheri West, Mumbai, India.
Andhrawala (English: Andhrite) is a 2004 Telugu action film written and directed by Puri Jagannadh and has Jr NTR playing the main role.
Andreas Dionysiou Liveras (1935 – 26 November 2008) was a Cyprus-born British businessman, who rose from modest means to own and run successful bakery and yacht charter companies.
Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff (born 6 December 1977) is an English former international cricketer and current broadcaster.
Andrew Geddis (July 1886 – 23 February 1976) was a leading business man and sports enthusiast in Bombay in the decades leading up to independence.
Andrew Grant (13 June 1830 – 1924) was a Scottish merchant and Liberal politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1878 to 1885.
Andrew Ramsay was the officiating governor of Bombay during the British Raj from 9 January 1788 to 6 September 1788.
Andrew Symonds (born 9 June 1975) is a former Australian international cricketer, who played all three formats as an batting all-rounder.
Andrew Yule & Co.
Andrey Sergeyevich Budnik (Андрей Серге́евич Будник), born 1953, is a Soviet-Russian diplomat and the former Ambassador of Russia to Pakistan from 2009 until 2013.
Andrud is a small village in Phaltan, Satara district, Maharashtra, India.
Andrew Grant Dalton (born 16 November 1951) is a former New Zealand rugby union player.
Angadikadavu is a town in Kannur district, Kerala, India.
Angamaly (Aṅkamāli) is a municipality and the northernmost suburb of the city of Kochi in Kerala, India.
Angiostrongylus cantonensis is a parasitic nematode (roundworm) that causes angiostrongyliasis, the most common cause of eosinophilic meningitis in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Basin.
Anglicisation (or anglicization, see English spelling differences), occasionally anglification, anglifying, englishing, refers to modifications made to foreign words, names and phrases to make them easier to spell, pronounce, or understand in English.
The term Anglo-Indians can refer to at least two groups of people: those with mixed Indian and British ancestry, and people of British descent born or living in the Indian subcontinent.
The Anglo–Iraqi War (2–31 May 1941) was a British military campaign against the rebel government of Rashid Ali in the Kingdom of Iraq during the Second World War.
The Anglo-Nepalese War (1814–16), also known as the Gurkha War, was fought between the Kingdom of Gorkha (present-day Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal) and the East India Company as a result of border disputes and ambitious expansionism of both the belligerent parties.
Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain is an Indian edutainment show on NDTV Imagine that premiered on 24 March 2008.
Anil Agarwal (born 24 January 1954) is the founder and Chairman of Vedanta Resources Plc.
Anil Dhirubhai Ambani (born 4 June 1959) is an Indian business magnate.
Anil Krishna Biswas (अनिल कृष्ण विश्वास / অনিল বিশ্বাস; 7 July 1914 – 31 May 2003) was an Indian film music composer from 1935 to 1965, who apart from being one of pioneers of playback singing, is also credited for the first Indian orchestra of twelve pieces and introducing orchestral music and full-blooded choral effects, into Indian cinema.
Anil Devgan is the son of producer Veeru Devgan, brother of actor Ajay Devgan, and brother-in-law of actress Kajol.
Anil Dharker is a columnist and writer.
Anil Kakodkar (born 11 November 1943) is an Indian nuclear scientist and mechanical engineer.
Anil Kapoor (born 24 December 1956) is an Indian actor and producer who has appeared in many Hindi-language films, as well as international films and television series.
Animal Planet India is an Indian television channel.
Anindya Sen is a Professor of Economics at Indian Institute of Management Calcutta.
Anirudh "Ajay" Agarwal (born 1 December 1949) is an Indian actor.
Sir Anish Mikhail Kapoor, (born 12 March 1954) is a British sculptor.
Anita is a 1967 Indian suspense film, directed and written by Raj Khosla, and starring Manoj Kumar and Sadhana.
Anita Guha was an Indian Bengali actress who usually played mythological characters in films.
Anita Hassanandani Reddy (born as Anita Hassanandani, 14 April 1985) is an Indian actress who has acted in multilingual films and serials.
Anita Raj is an Indian actress and a daughter of Jagdish Raj, whose notable roles include Kusum in Zara Si Zindagi (1983), Anita in Zameen Aasman (1984) and Shobha in Masterji (1985).
Anita Rau Badami (born 24 September 1961) is a writer of South Asian descent living in Canada.
Anjaana Anjaani (italic) is a 2010 Indian romance film directed by Siddharth Anand and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala.
Anjali Bhagwat (born 5 December 1969) is a professional Indian shooter.
Anjali Menon is an Indian film director and screenwriter who made her writing and directional debut with the feature film Manjadikuru (Lucky Red Seeds), for which she got the FIPRESCI award for the Best Malayalam film and Best Indian Debut Her second feature film is Bangalore Days and she has written the critically and commercially acclaimed Ustad Hotel.
Anjan Chatterjee (অঞ্জন চট্টোপাধ্যায়) (born February 16, 1960) is an Indian hotelier and founder of Speciality Restaurants Limited.
Anjana Bhowmik was an actress of Bengali cinema from the 1960s until the 1980s.
Anjana Sukhani is an Indian film actress and model, who predominantly appears in Bollywood films.
Anjarakandy is a Grama panchayath in Kannur district.
Anjathe (Do Not Fear) is a 2008 Tamil action crime thriller film written and directed by Mysskin; starring Narain.
Anjolie Ela Menon (born 1940) is one of India's leading contemporary artists.
Anju Mahendru (born 11 January 1946) is an Indian actress.
Aiyub Botawala (born 11 March 1939) was an Indian cricketer.
Ankahee (English: Untold) is an Indian film directed by Vikram Bhatt and starring Aftab Shivdasani, Ameesha Patel and Esha Deol.
Ankit Fadia (born 24 May 1985) is an Indian author, speaker, television host, and self-proclaimed "ethical hacker" of computer systems, whose skills and ethics have been debated.
Ankita Lokhande is an Indian actress.
Ankleshwar, (sometimes written Anklesvar) is a city and a municipality in the Bharuch district of the state of Gujarat, India.
Ankush is a 1986 Hindi movie starring Nana Patekar, which was written, directed, edited and co-produced by N. Chandra.
Anna Flyover, also known as Gemini Flyover, is a dual-armed grade separator in the central business district of Chennai, India.
Kisan Baburao Hazare (born 15 June 1937), popularly known as Anna Hazare, is an Indian social activist who led movements to promote rural development, increase government transparency, and investigate and punish corruption in public life.
Ana Singh is an Indian fashion designer, mainly working for the Indian movie industry Bollywood.
Anna Sui (Traditional Chinese: 蕭志美, Simplified: 萧志美, pinyin: Xiāo Zhìměi, Japanese: アナスイ) (born August 4, 1952) is an American fashion designer from Detroit.
Annapurna Devi (popular name, given by former Mahraja Brijnath Singh of former Mehar Estate (M.P.)) (born Roshanara Khan on 23 April 1927), is an Indian surbahar (bass sitar) player of Hindustani Classical Music.
Annarth (English: Disaster) is a 2002 Hindi language film of action and thriller genres.
Annassery is a village in the state of Kerala in India.
The Annexation of Goa was the process in which the Republic of India annexed the former Portuguese Indian territories of Goa, Daman and Diu, starting with the "armed action" carried out by the Indian Armed Forces in December 1961.
Annie Besant, née Wood (1 October 1847 – 20 September 1933) was a British socialist, theosophist, women's rights activist, writer and orator and supporter of Irish and Indian self-rule.
Anniyan (English: Outsider or Stranger) is a 2005 Indian Tamil-language psychological thriller film written and directed by S. Shankar and produced by V. Ravichandran of Aascar Films.
Annu Kapoor (born 20 February 1956) is an Indian film actor and television presenter best remembered for hosting the vocal reality show Antakshari from 1993 to 2006 and his roles in Mr. India (1987 film), Vicky Donor (2012) and Jolly LLB 2 (2017).
Anoop Kumar (অনুপ কুমার. अनूप कुमार, 24 March 1926 – 20 September 1997), born Kalyan Kumar Ganguly (কল্যাণ কুমার গাঙ্গুলী) was an Indian film actor who appeared in over seventy-five Bollywood films.
Anosh Irani (born 1974) is an Indo-Canadian novelist and playwright.
Albert Anson Dorrance IV (born April 9, 1951) is an American soccer coach.
Antara Chowdhury daughter of renowned Composer and Poet Late Salil Chowdhury and famous singer Late Sabita Chowdhury, started singing at the tender age of 7.
Antara Mali (born 1 July 1975) is a Bollywood actress whose body of work contains different shades of human nature and society.
Antara Mitra (born 10 July 1987) is an Indian singer.
The Antarang – Sex Health Information Art Gallery, also known as the Antarang Museum, dedicated to educating the young and old about the human body, sexuality and AIDS, is the only museum of its kind in South Asia.
António Pessoa was a Portuguese soldier who had authority over Mazagaon, a huge island in Bombay from 1547 to 1571.
António Sérgio de Sousa (September 3, 1883 – February 12, 1969) was an influential educationist, philosopher, journalist, sociologist and essayist from Portugal.
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations is an American travel and food show that airs on the Travel Channel; it also airs on the Discovery Travel & Living channel around the world.
Anthony "Tony" de Mello (4 September 1931 – 2 June 1987) was an Indian Jesuit priest and psychotherapist.
Anthony Stanislaus de Mello (11 October 1900, Karachi, British India – 24 May 1961, Delhi, India) was an Indian cricket administrator and one of the founders of the Board of Control for Cricket in India.
Anti-Bihari sentiment refers to discrimination against the people of the Indian state of Bihar which is a state in the north-eastern Gangetic plains of the country.
The Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) is special police force in several states of India including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Bihar.
Antilia is a private home in South Mumbai, India.
Antisemitism (also spelled anti-Semitism or anti-semitism) is hostility to, prejudice, or discrimination against Jews.
Antonio Francisco Xavier Alvares (Alvares Mar Julius, Julius Mar Alvarez) (29 April 1836 – 23 September 1923) was initially a priest in the Roman Catholic Church in Goa.
Antonio Jose Guzman is a Dutch Panamanian visual artist, communication designer and lecturer.
Antonio Moscheni (16 January 1854 – 15 November 1905) was a Jesuit brother and painter, known best for his elaborate fresco decoration of the church of St. Aloysius College, Mangalore, India.
In rhetoric, antonomasia is a kind of metonymy in which an epithet or phrase takes the place of a proper name, such as "the little corporal" for Napoleon I. Conversely, antonomasia can also be using a proper name as an archetypal name, to express a generic idea.
Lord MacDonnell Antony Patrick MacDonnell, 1st Baron MacDonnell, (7 March 1844 – 9 June 1925), known as Sir Antony MacDonnell between 1893 and 1908, was an Irish civil servant, much involved in the administration of India.
Antop Hill is a small hill in Mumbai running north-south to the eastern side of the Harbour Railway line between Wadala & Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar Stations.
The Antwerp Diamond Bank (ADB) (Banque Diamantaire Anversoise and Antwerpse Diamantbank) is a small, 75-year-old bank that specializes exclusively in serving the diamond and the diamond jewelry sector.
Anu Aga (born 1942) is an Indian businesswoman and social worker, who led Thermax Ltd., the energy and environment engineering business, as its chairperson 1996–2004.
Anu Malik (born 2 November 1960) is an Indian singer, music director, actor, director and producer.He is a Indian National award-winning music director, who primarily works in the Hindi film industry.
Anubhav Anand is a Bollywood actor.
Anubhav Sinha (born 22 June 1965) is an Indian film director known for his work in hits such as Tum Bin, Dus, and Ra.One.
Anuja Chandra-Thakur is an Indian amateur player of snooker and English billiards.
Anoop Jalota, also known as Anup Jalota, (born 29 July 1953) is an Indian singer and musician, best known for his performances in the Hindu devotional music bhajan and the Urdu form of poetry, ghazal.
Anupam Shobhakar, born Anupam Shovakar, is an Indian musician, composer, instrumentalist, record producer, and classically trained sarodist currently living in Brooklyn, New York.
Anupama ("Incomparable", also name of a girl) is a 1966 Hindi film directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee.
Anupama Deshapande is a Bollywood playback singer who has won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer for her folk song "Sohni Chinab Di" in the film Sohni Mahiwal (1984).
Anupama Gokhale (born Anupama Abhyankar, 17 May 1969 in Mumbai) is an Indian chess player.
Anuradha Menon is an Indian television actress and theatre artist.
" If the male synonym for the tabla is Zakir Hussain, then the female equivalent has to be Anuradha Pal. " - Hindustan Times, 2011.
Anuradha Patel is an Indian film actress of the Ganguly family.
Anuradha Paudwal (born 27 October 1954) is an Indian playback singer who works in Bollywood.
Anurag Basu is an Indian reality show-judge, director, actor, screenwriter and producer.
Anusha Dandekar (born 9 January 1982) is an Indo-Australian MTV VJ, actress and singer, who is best known as a VJ and a host who has hosted several shows.
Anushakti Nagar is the residential township of the Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Nuclear Power Corporation of India, Directorate of Construction Services and Estate Management, Atomic Energy Education Society in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
Anushka Sharma (born 1 May 1988) is an Indian actress and film producer.
Anuya Y Bhagwat is an Indian model and film actress who has appeared in Tamil films.
Anwar Hussain (انور حُسَین), known more by his first name Anwar, is a playback singer who rose to prominence in the Hindi playback industry because of the uncanny resemblance of his voice with that of singer Mohammed Rafi.
Apara Mehta (born 13 August 1960) is an Indian television and Bollywood actress known for her supporting roles like Savita Mansukh Virani in iconic show Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi.
Aparichithan (Malayalam: അപരിചിതന്) (The Stranger) is a 2004 Malayalam horror film directed by Sanjeev Sivan in his directorial debut.
Aparna Popat (અપર્ણા પોપટ; born 18 January 1978) is a former Indian badminton player.
Apartment is a 2010 Bollywood thriller film directed by Jag Mundhra.
Apax Partners LLP is a British private equity firm, headquartered in London, England.
The Apcar family is an Armenian family originally from New Julfa in Isfahan, Persia.
Apeejay School, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, Mumbai, India, located in the foothills of the Pandavkada hills, was established in 2000.
Apeejay School Nerul, Mumbai is one of a number of private schools run K-12 by Apeejay Education Society.
Apna Khoon is a 1978 Hindi action film comedy directed by Babbar Subhash.
Apollo Global Management, LLC is an American private equity firm, founded in 1990 by former Drexel Burnham Lambert banker Leon Black.
Apratim Majumdar (born 1978), is an Indian classical sarod player from Kolkata, India.
Apurva Agnihotri (born 2 December 1972) is an Indian actor, known for his role in hit show Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin and his debut film Pardes.
Apurva Asrani (born 21 March 1978) is a National Award winning filmmaker, film editor and screenwriter based in Mumbai, India.
The Arabian Sea, also known as Sea of Oman, is a region of the northern Indian Ocean bounded on the north by Pakistan and Iran, on the west by the Gulf of Aden, Guardafui Channel and the Arabian Peninsula, and on the east by India.
Aragalur ("six moat place") is a village in Salem district, Tamil Nadu, India.
Arakkuparamba is a village in Malappuram district in the state of Kerala, India.
Aralam is a village in Kannur district in the Indian state of Kerala.
Founded in 2003, Aranca is a global research, analytics and advisory firm empowering decision makers from Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, and high potential start-ups with intelligence and insights to make better business decisions.
Arati Ankalikar-Tikekar (born January 27, 1963 in Bijapur, Karnataka) is a two-time National Award-winning Indian classical singer who is active mostly in Marathi, Konkani and Hindi film Industry.
Arati Gupta née Saha (24 September 1940 – 23 August 1994) was an Indian long distance swimmer.
Aravind Adiga (born 23 October 1974) is an Indo-Australian writer and journalist.
Arbit Choudhury is a coming of age webcomic run in the format of a comic strip from India.
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is a Government of India (Ministry of Culture) organisation responsible for archaeological research and the conservation and preservation of cultural monuments in the country.
Archana Gupta (also known as Archanna Guptaa, born March 1, 1990) is an Indian model and film actress.
Archibald Herman Müller (born 11 March 1878, in Cochin in the Southern Indian state of Kerala), was an artist of realistic paintings and one of India's early 20th Century great talents.
Archis Tiku (born 6 May 1977 in Bombay, India) is a retired bass guitarist, best known as a founding member of British indie rock band Maxïmo Park.
After nearly a century of endeavour and negotiation which had been led by the Royal Institute of British Architects, a statutory Board of Architectural Education was formed under the Architects (Registration) Act, 1931.
Architecture Brio is an Indian design studio set up in Mumbai in 2006.
Chennai architecture is a confluence of many architectural styles.
The architecture of Mumbai blends Gothic, Victorian, Art Deco, Indo-Saracenic and contemporary architectural styles.
The architecture of Scotland includes all human building within the modern borders of Scotland, from the Neolithic era to the present day.
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Ardaseer Cursetjee Wadia FRS (6 October 1808 – 16 November 1877) born Parsi, an Indian shipbuilder and engineer belonging to the Wadia ship building family.
Ardashir Vakil is an author whose first novel, Beach Boy, won a Betty Trask Award in 1997 and was shortlisted for the Whitbread First Novel Award.
Ardeshir Burjorji Sorabji Godrej (1868–1936) was an Indian businessman.
Khan Bahadur Ardeshir Irani (5 December 1886 – 14 October 1969); popularly known as Ardeshir Irani, was a writer, director, producer, actor, film distributor, film showman and cinematographer in the silent and sound eras of early Indian cinema.
Lieutenant Colonel Ardeshir Burzorji Tarapore, PVC (19August 1923 – 16September 1965), was an officer in the Indian Army and a recipient of the Param Vir Chakra, India's highest award for bravery.
Ardh Satya (अर्ध सत्य; Half Truth) is a 1983 film directed by Govind Nihalani, his second offering after another angst-ridden movie Aakrosh (1980).
AREA Property Partners was a New York City headquartered international real estate fund manager, that had been investing in the United States since 1993, and globally since 1995.
The Argentina national field hockey team, (Selección masculina de hockey sobre césped de Argentina) represents Argentina in field hockey and is governed by the Argentine Hockey Confederation (CAH).
Argentina–India relations refers to the bilateral relations between India and Argentina.
Argos Ltd, trading as Argos, is a British catalogue retailer operating in the United Kingdom and Ireland, and a subsidiary of Sainsbury's.
Arhopala eumolphus, the green oakblue, is a lycaenid butterfly found in the Indomalayan realm.
Arif Zakaria is an Indian actor.
Ariophanta laevipes is a species of air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Ariophantidae.
Aripara Falls (alternate spelling: Arippara Falls) is a tourist spot in Anakkampoyil near Thiruvambady Town in Kozhikode district, Kerala.
Ariyallur is a village in Malappuram district in the state of Kerala, India.
Arjun is a 1985 Indian Hindi-language action drama film directed by Rahul Rawail and starring Sunny Deol and Dimple Kapadia in pivotal roles.
Arjun Appadurai (born 1949) is an Indian-American anthropologist recognized as a major theorist in globalization studies.
Arjun Bijlani (born 31 October 1982) is an Indian television and film actor.
Arjun Rampal (born 26 November 1972) is an Indian film actor, producer, screenwriter, model, entrepreneur and a television personality.
Armaan Malik (born 22 July 1995) is an Indian playback singer and actor.
Armenia–India relations refers to international relations between Armenia and India.
After the invention of the mechanical printing press by Johannes Gutenberg in Germany (circa 1439), Armenians from throughout the diaspora began to publish Armenian-language books.
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Armin van Buuren OON (born 25 December 1976) is a Dutch DJ, record producer and remixer from South Holland.
Sir W G Armstrong Whitworth & Co Ltd was a major British manufacturing company of the early years of the 20th century.
Army & Navy Stores was a department store group in the United Kingdom, which originated as a co-operative society for military officers in the nineteenth century.
Army Club was a British brand of cigarettes, owned and manufactured by Cavanders Ltd of London.
Army Public School, Mumbai is a public school located in Colaba, Mumbai, India.
Arnab Chakrabarty (born 19 September 1980) is a Hindustani classical musician and sarod player.
Arnav Srivastav (born Arnav Srivastav in Mumbai, India, on 16 April 1988) is an independent musician and composer.
Arniston was an East Indiaman that made eight voyages for the British East India Company (EIC).
Aroli is a village of Pappinisseri Panchayat in Kannur district in the Indian state of Kerala.
Aronda is a village in the Sindhudurg district, Maharashtra state, India.
Aroon Tikekar or Aruṇa Ṭikekara (1 February 1944 – 19 January 2016) was an Indian scholar and authority on Mumbai, as well as a journalist.
Around the World in 20 Years is a BBC television travel documentary first broadcast in December 2008, presented by Michael Palin.
Around the World in 80 Days is an Australian 48-minute direct-to-video animated film from Burbank Films Australia.
Around the World in 80 Faiths is a British television series which was first broadcast by the BBC on 2 January 2009.
Around the World in Eighty Days (Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours) is an adventure novel by the French writer Jules Verne, published in 1873.
Around the World with Willy Fog (La vuelta al mundo de Willy Fog, アニメ80日間世界一周) is a Spanish-Japanese animated adaptation of Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne produced by Spanish studio BRB Internacional and Televisión Española, with animation by Japanese studio Nippon Animation, that was first broadcast on TVE1 in 1984.
The Arrogant-class ships of the line were a class of twelve 74-gun third rate ships designed by Sir Thomas Slade for the Royal Navy.
Arshad Ayub (born 2 August 1958) is a former Indian cricketer who played in 13 Tests and 32 ODIs from 1987 to 1990.
Arshad Warsi (born 19 April 1968) is an Indian film actor and producer.
Art Deco, sometimes referred to as Deco, is a style of visual arts, architecture and design that first appeared in France just before World War I. Art Deco influenced the design of buildings, furniture, jewelry, fashion, cars, movie theatres, trains, ocean liners, and everyday objects such as radios and vacuum cleaners.
Arthur Travers Crawford (1835–1911) was the first Municipal Commissioner and collector of Bombay (now Mumbai), India.
Sir Arthur Bower Forwood, 1st Baronet PC MP (23 June 1836 – 27 September 1898) was an English merchant, shipowner, and politician.
Arthur Gostick Shorrock (1861–1945), a pioneer Baptist missionary in China for 40 years.
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Arthur James Turner, CBE, FTI (1889 – October 1971) was a British scientist who worked in the field of textile technology.
The Mumbai Central Prison, also referred to as Arthur Road Jail, was built in 1926, and is Mumbai's largest and oldest prison.
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Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, (1 May 1769 – 14 September 1852) was an Anglo-Irish soldier and statesman who was one of the leading military and political figures of 19th-century Britain, serving twice as Prime Minister.
Arthur William Garnett (1829–1861) was an English military and civil engineer in India from the time of the Second Anglo-Sikh War until just after the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
The Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO) is a Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) of the Government of India.
Artist Pension Trust (APT) is an investment vehicle specializing in contemporary art, which aims to provide financial security and international exposure to selected artists chosen by its international curatorial team.
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Arun is a male given name among Hindus, Buddhists and Cambodians.
Arun Gawli or Arun Gulab Ahir is an Indian politician, underworld don and former gangster.
Arun Govil (born 12 January 1958) is an Indian actor, producer and director.
Arun Kumar Pati is an Indian physicist notable for his research in quantum information and computation, the theory of geometric phases and its applications, as well as quantum mechanics.
Arun Balkrishna Kolatkar (Marathi: अरुण बालकृष्ण कोलटकर) (1 November 1932 – 25 September 2004) was a poet from Maharashtra, India.
Arun Krushnaji Kamble (14 March 1953 – December 2009) was a Marathi writer and Dalit activist.
Arun N. Netravali (born 26 May 1946 in Mumbai, India) is an Indian-American computer engineer credited with major contributions in digital technology including HDTV.
Arun Sadhu (Devanagari: अरुण साधु) (17 June 1941 – 25 September 2017) was a writer and a freelance journalist from Maharashtra, India.
Aruna is a fictional supeheroine published by DC Comics.
Aruna Asaf Ali (16 July 1909 – 29 July 1996), born Aruna Ganguly, was an Indian independence activist.
Aruna Irani (born 18 August 1946) is an Indian actress who has acted in over 300 films in Hindi, Marathi and Gujarati cinema, mostly playing supporting and character roles.
Aruna Ramchandra Shanbaug (1 June 1948 – 18 May 2015), was an Indian nurse who was at the centre of attention in a court case on euthanasia after spending 42 years in a vegetative state as a result of sexual assault. In 1973, while working as a junior nurse at King Edward Memorial Hospital, Parel, Mumbai, Shanbaug was sexually assaulted by a ward boy, Sohanlal Bhartha Walmiki, and remained in a vegetative state following the assault. On 24 January 2011, after she had been in this state for 37 years, the Supreme Court of India responded to the plea for euthanasia filed by journalist Pinki Virani, by setting up a medical panel to examine her. The court rejected the petition on 7 March 2011. However, in its landmark opinion, it allowed passive euthanasia in India. Shanbaug died of pneumonia on 18 May 2015 after being in a persistent vegetative state for nearly 42 years.
Arundhati Nag (née Rao) (born 6 July 1956) is a film and theatre actress.
Arundhati Ghose (25 November 1939 – 25 July 2016) was an Indian diplomat.
Arunima Sharma (অৰুণিমা শৰ্মা, अरुणिमा शर्मा) (born 23 August 1981) is an Indian actress, who is mostly known for playing Rano Bali in the soap opera on Zee TV, Kasamh Se.
Aravind Gokhale (1919 - 1992) was a Marathi writer of short stories.
Arvind Parikh is an Indian classical sitar player.
Arya Samaj (Sanskrit: आर्य समाज "Noble Society" Hindi: आर्य समाज, Bengali: আর্য সমাজ, Punjabi: ਆਰੀਆ ਸਮਾਜ, Gujarati: આર્ય સમાજ) is an Indian Hindu reform movement that promotes values and practices based on the belief in the infallible authority of the Vedas.
Arya Samaj (Hindi: आर्य समाज सिंगापुर) has existed in Singapore since 1927 and runs Hindi classes at its premises through the Dayanand Anglo-Vedic Schools System.
Aryan Vaid (born 4 July 1976) is an Indian male model, who won the Graviera Mister India World modelling pageant in the year 2000.
Asad Shan is a British Actor, Fashion Model, TV presenter.
Asalpha or Asalfa (असल्फा) is a neighbourhood in Ghatkopar (West), a suburb of Mumbai, India.
Asambhav (असम्भव, translation: Impossible) is a 2004 Indian Hindi action thriller directed by Rajiv Rai and produced by Gulshan Rai under Trimurti Films banner.
Asansol is a city in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is the second largest and most populated city in West Bengal after Kolkata and the district headquarters of Paschim Bardhaman district. It is the 39th largest urban agglomeration in India. According to a 2010 report released by the International Institute for Environment and Development, a UK-based policy research non-governmental body, Asansol was ranked 11th among Indian cities. and 42nd in the world in its list of 100 fastest-growing cities. Asansol is classed as a Y-category city for calculation of HRA (House Rent Allowance) for public servants, making it a Tier-II city.
Asawari Joshi (born 6 May 1965) is a popular Indian actress.
Asghar Ali Engineer (10 March 1939 – 14 May 2013) was an Indian reformist-writer and social activist.
Asha Bhosle (born 8 September 1933), is an Indian singer.
Asha Anand Gill (born 3 July 1972 in Pembury, Kent) is a Malaysia-based model, television host, deejay, veejay, writer, producer, film director and women's rights activist.
Asha Khadilkar (born 11 January 1955) is a Mumbai, India-based vocalist who performs Indian (Hindustani) classical, semi-classical and devotional music including Natya Sangeet.
Asha Puthli is an Indian-born singer-songwriter, producer and actress.
Ashalata Wabgaonkar (born 2 July 1941 in Goa, India), commonly known as Ashalata, is an Indian actress.
Ashim Ahluwalia (born 1972 in Mumbai, India) is a film director and screenwriter.
Ashis Roy (born June 1, 1932) is the first man from India to run 100 marathons.
Ashish Kumar Ballal (born 8 October 1970) is a former Indian goalkeeper of Field Hockey.
Ashishkumar Chauhan (Ashish Chauhan) is an Indian business executive and administrator.
Ashley Alexander Mallett (born 13 July 1945, in Chatswood, New South Wales) is a former Australian cricketer who played in 38 Tests and 9 One Day Internationals between 1968 and 1980.
Ashley Walker (22 June 1844 – 26 May 1927) was an English amateur first-class cricketer, who played nine games for Yorkshire County Cricket Club from 1863 to 1870, ten for Cambridge University from 1864 to 1866, and one match for the North of England in 1870.
Ashok (born 12 December 1981) in Thiruvaiyaru, Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu) is an Indian film actor who has appeared in Tamil language films.
Ashok Kumar Banker (born 7 February 1964 in Mumbai, India) is an author and screenwriter.
Ashok Shankarrao Chavan (born) served as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra from 8 December 2008 to 9 November 2010.
Ashok Kamte AC (23 February 1965 – 26 November 2008) was the Additional Commissioner of the Mumbai Police supervising the Eastern region.
Ashok Kumar (13 October 1911 – 10 December 2001), born Kumudlal Ganguly, and also fondly called Dadamoni, was an Indian film actor who attained iconic status in Indian cinema.
Ashok Lokhande (born 9 September 1962) is an Indian film, television and theatre actor.
Ashok Vinoo Mankad (12 October 1946 – 1 August 2008) was an Indian cricketer.
Ashok Row Kavi is an Indian journalist and one of India's most prominent LGBT rights activists.
Ashok Salian (born May 28, 1954, Mumbai) is an Indian photographer.
Ashtavinayak (अष्टविनायक) literally means "eight Ganeshas" in Sanskrit.
Ashutosh Gowariker (born 15 February 1964) is an Indian film director, actor, screen-writer and producer.
Ashutosh Lobo Gajiwala (आशुतोष लोबो गज्जीवाला) (born 17 May 1993) is an Indian film actor and entrepreneur.
Ashutosh Phatak is a composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and entrepreneur based in Mumbai.
Ashutosh Rana Ramnarayan Neekhra (born 10 November 1967), known professionally as Ashutosh Rana, is an Indian actor, working in Bollywood, as well as the Marathi, Telugu, Kannada and Tamil film industries.
Ashwin Kumar Batish Hindi: अश्विन कुमार बातिश (born 1 January 1951 in Bombay, India) is a sitar and tabla player.
Ashwin Mushran (Hindi: अश्विन मुशरान Aśvina Muśrāna, born: 19 May 1972 in Mumbai) is an Indian voice over artist and thespian who currently resides in Mumbai, India.
Ashwin Sanghi (born 25 January 1969) is an Indian writer in the fiction-Thriller genre.
Ashwini Kalsekar is an Indian actress best known for her role as Jigyasa Walia in Ekta Kapoor's soap opera Kasamh Se and as Varsha (Prakash's Wife) in Johnny Gaddar.
Ashwini Ponnappa Machimanda (born 18 September 1989) is an Indian badminton player who represents the country at the international badminton circuit in both the women's and mixed doubles disciplines.
Asia is Earth's largest and most populous continent, located primarily in the Eastern and Northern Hemispheres.
For the defunct South Korean automotive manufacturer see: Asia Motors Asia Motor Works Ltd (AMW) manufactures commercial vehicle, auto components, fully built vehicles and forged components, in India.
Asia Pacific League of Associations for Rheumatology is a federation of organizations of rheumatology.
The Asia Petrochemical Industry Conference (APIC) is an annual, international conference within the petrochemical industry intended to "spur mutual friendship and goodwill" within the industry with an aim to encouraging its "sound development".
The Asian Amateur Boxing Championships is the highest competition for boxing amateurs in Asia.
The ITTF-ATTU Asian Cup is an annual table tennis competition held by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) and the Asian Table Tennis Union (ATTU).
The Asian Socialist Conference was an organisation of socialist political parties in Asia, that existed between 1953 and 1960.
The Asian Table Tennis Championships is a biennial table tennis tournament regarded as continental championships by International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF).
Asian Wrestling Championships is the Wrestling Asian Championship organized by the Asian Associated Wrestling Committee (AAWC).
ACV is a cable television network in Kerala, India, known earlier as Asianet Cable Vision.
Asiavision is a non-profit daily news broadcasting by satellite and file transfer by the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU).
Asif Noorani (آصف نورانی; born 1942) is a Pakistani newspaper and television writer.
Asin Thottumkal (born 26 October 1985), known mononymously as Asin, is a former Indian actress and Bharathanatyam dancer.
It is the twentieth novel in the Inspector Ghote series and the twenty-second book, due to the publication of two short story collections.
Aslam Khan (January 14, 1927 – January 7, 1989) popularly known as Aslam Pahalwan was a Pakistani professional wrestler and World Heavyweight Champion.
Asmita Marwa is an Indian fashion designer, rated by Vogue as one of nine top up-and-coming international designers.Asmita Marwa believes in fusing the traditional with the global.
Ashok Mehta (24 October 1911 in Bhavnagar – 1984) was an Indian freedom fighter and socialist politician.
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Asra Quratulain Nomani (born 1965) is an American writer, and professor who taught journalism at Georgetown University.
Govardhan Thakurdas Jethanand Asrani, popularly known simply as Asrani, is an Indian actor and director whose Bollywood career has spanned five decades.
Asrani is a common surname among Hindu Sindhis Like Other Hindu Sindhis, Asrani's migrated to India, when Sindh was given to Pakistan in Partition.
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The 2010 assault in Kerala occurred on 4 July 2010 at Muvattupuzha near Nirmala College in the Ernakulam district of Kerala, India.
Astonfield Renewables Resources is a renewable energy company that builds, owns, and operates utility-scale solar power plants in emerging markets.
Astrid Kruse Jensen (born 1975) is a Danish photographer who specializes in artistic night photography where she brings out the mysteriously unreal, working on the play between artificial light and darkness.
Astrosat is India's first dedicated multi-wavelength space observatory.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (pronunciation; born 25 December 1924) is an Indian politician who was the 10th Prime Minister of India, first term for 13 days in 1996 and then from 1998 to 2004.
An Atash Behram (Fire of Victory) is the highest grade of a fire that can be placed in a (Zoroastrian) fire temple.
Athavanad (ആതവനാട്) is a village in the Tirur Tehsil, in the Malappuram District of the state of Kerala, India.
Atharva College of Engineering, established in 1999, is an engineering college in Mumbai.
Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? (Guest, When Will You Leave?) is a 2010 Indian comedy film directed by Ashwni Dhir, and produced by Amita Pathak.
Atom Technologies is a payment services provider, headquartered in Mumbai, India.
The Atomic Energy Central School (AECS) is a chain of schools run by the AEES (Atomic Energy Education Society), Mumbai, India, had been developed for the children of employees of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), India.
The Atomic Energy Commission is the governing body of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India.
Atomic Energy Education Society (AEES) was set up to provide quality education to the children of the employees of the Department of Atomic Energy of India, and its constituent units in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) was constituted on 15 November 1983 by the President of India by exercising the powers conferred by Section 27 of the Atomic Energy Act, 1962 (33 of 1962) to carry out certain regulatory and safety functions under the Act.
The ATP International Series (known from 1990 to 1999 as the ATP World Series) was a series of professional tennis tournaments held internationally as part of the ATP Tour from 2000 to until 2008.
Atta Kim (born 1956) is a South Korean photographer who has been active since the mid-1980s.
The Attar are a Muslim community and caste found in the state of Maharashtra in India.
Atul Chandrakant Bedade (born 24 September 1966 in Bombay, now Mumbai, India) is a former Indian cricketer.
Atul Dodiya (born 1959, in Ghatkopar, Mumbai, India) is an Indian artist.
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AudioBoom PLC is a global on-demand audio and podcasting distribution platform.
The following events occurred in August 1975.
The Lumière brothers, Auguste Marie Louis Nicolas; 19 October 1862 – 10 April 1954) and Louis Jean; 5 October 1864 – 7 June 1948), were among the first filmmakers in history. They patented an improved cinematograph, which in contrast to Thomas Edison's "peepshow" kinetoscope allowed simultaneous viewing by multiple parties.
Commodore Augustus Willington Shelton Agar (4 January 1890 – 30 December 1968) was a Royal Navy officer in both the First and the Second World Wars.
Aurangabad District, also called one of the 36 districts of Maharashtra state in western India.
Aurangabad (is a city in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra state in India. The city is a tourism hub, surrounded by many historical monuments, including the Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves, which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as well as Bibi Ka Maqbara and Panchakki. The administrative headquarters of the Aurangabad Division or Marathwada region, Aurangabad is titled "The City of Gates" and the strong presence of these can be felt as one drives through the city. The city was founded in 1610 by Malik Amber. Aurangabad is the Tourism Capital of Maharashtra. Aurangabad is the fifth largest city in Maharashtra.
Muhi-ud-Din Muhammad (محي الدين محمد) (3 November 1618 – 3 March 1707), commonly known by the sobriquet Aurangzeb (اَورنگزیب), (اورنگزیب "Ornament of the Throne") or by his regnal title Alamgir (عالمگِیر), (عالمگير "Conqueror of the World"), was the sixth, and widely considered the last effective Mughal emperor.
The Australia men's national field hockey team (nicknamed the Kookaburras) is one of the nation's most successful top-level sporting teams.
The Australian women's national cricket team (nicknamed the Southern Stars) represent Australia in international women's cricket.
Australia–India relations are the foreign relations between the Commonwealth of Australia and the Republic of India.
This article contains information, results and statistics regarding the Australian national cricket team in the 2007–08 season.
This article contains information, results and statistics regarding the Australian national cricket team in the 2009 and 2009-10 cricket seasons.
The Australia national cricket team toured Ceylon and India in the last three months of 1969.
The Australian national cricket team toured India in the winter of 1959-60.
The Australian national cricket team played three Test matches in India against the India national cricket team in 1964-65.
The Australian cricket team toured India from February to April 2001 for a three-Test series and a five-match ODI series.
The Australian cricket team toured India from 29 September to 20 October 2007.
Exhibition matches in Australian rules football have been used to promote the game as a demonstration sport outside of its heartlands in Australia.
Australian Rules Football has been played as an organised sport in Asia since the late 1980s with teams based in Australian expatriate communities and around universities, such as in Tokyo, Japan.
The Australian Services XI was a cricket team comprising solely military service personnel during World War II.
The Australian Services cricket team which had played in England in 1945 went home via India and Ceylon, playing further first-class matches in both countries.
Automobile Products of India (API) was founded in 1949 at Bombay (now Mumbai), by the British company Rootes Group, and later bought over by M. A. Chidambaram of the MAC Group from Madras (now Chennai).
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The Auxiliary Force (India) (AFI) was a part-time, paid volunteer organisation within the Indian Army in British India.
Avabai, Lady Jeejeebhoy (born c.1793) was the wife of Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy, 1st baronet.
Avadhoot Gupte is an Indian music composer and singer who is popularly known for his work in the Marathi film and music industry.
Sanofi India Limited, headquartered in Mumbai, is a part of Sanofi group.
The Avesta is the primary collection of religious texts of Zoroastrianism, composed in the otherwise unrecorded Avestan language.
An aviation accident is defined by the Convention on International Civil Aviation Annex 13 as an occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft, which takes place between the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of flight until all such persons have disembarked, where a person is fatally or seriously injured, the aircraft sustains damage or structural failure or the aircraft is missing or is completely inaccessible.
Avika Sameer Gor (born 30 June 1997) is an Indian film and television actress.
Avinash Kamalakar Dixit (born August 6, 1944, in Bombay, India) is an Indian-American economist.
Avitanallur is a village in Kozhikode district in the state of Kerala, India.
Awaaz Foundation is a charitable trust and non-governmental organisation in Mumbai, India, which builds awareness, carries out advocacy, and is involved in educational projects to protect the environment and prevent environmental pollution.
Axis Bank is the third largest of the private-sector banks in India offering a comprehensive suite of financial products.
Ayan Mukerji (or Mukherjee) (born 15 August 1983) is an Indian film director, from the cinema prominent Mukherjee-Samarth family.
Ayancheri is a village at Vatakara Taluk in Kozhikode district in the state of Kerala, India.
Ayaz Khan (born 1 April 1979) is an Indian actor and model.
"Aye Mere Watan Ke Logo" (ऐ मेरे वतन के लोगों; "O' people of my country") is a Hindi patriotic song written by Kavi Pradeep, composed by C. Ramchandra, and performed by Lata Mangeshkar.
Ayesha Dharker (born 16 March 1977) is a British-Indian actress.
Ayesha Takia (born 10 April 1986) is an Indian former actress who appeared in Bollywood films.
Ayippuzha is a hamlet (thorp) in Pattannur, the Kannur district, state of Kerala, India.
The Ayodhya dispute is a political, historical and socio-religious debate in India, centred on a plot of land in the city of Ayodhya, located in Faizabad district, Uttar Pradesh.
Ayub Khan (born 23 February 1969) is an Indian film and television actor, most known for the TV series, Uttaran (2008–2015).
Ayub Khan Din (born 1961) is a British Pakistani actor who played Sammy in Hanif Kureishi's film Sammy and Rosie Get Laid in (1987) and wrote the BAFTA, BIFA and London Film Critics Circle award-winning film East Is East, based on the original 1996 play that was nominated for an Olivier Award in 1998.
Ayush Mahesh Khedekar (Marathi: आयुष महेश खेडेकर; born 5 April 2000 in Mumbai) is an Indian child actor, best known for playing the child version of young Jamal Malik in Slumdog Millionaire (2008), for which he won a Screen Actors Guild Award.
Ayushmann Khurrana (born 14 September 1984) is an Indian film actor, singer and anchor.
Ayyallur is a village located in Mattanur Municipality in the Indian state of Kerala.
Ayyankunnu is a village in Kannur district in the Indian state of Kerala.The name ayyankunnu came from the five hills "Anchu Kunnu".
Ayyavazhi (அய்யாவழி, അയ്യാവഴി Ayyāvaḻi, "Path of the Master") is an universalizing henotheistic belief that originated in South India.
Ayyaya, India is a small village in the state of Kerala, India, located in the Tirur, Malappuram district.
Azad Maidan (formerly known as Bombay Gymkhana Maidan) is a triangular-shaped maidan (sports ground) in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
Azadi (Urdu:آزادی, literal English translation: "freedom") is the fourth studio album and the fifth overall album of the Pakistani sufi rock band, Junoon.
AZB & Partners is one of the top corporate law firms in India, with offices spread across Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Bangalore and Pune.
Azhagiya Tamil Magan (Handsome Tamil Son) also known by its initials ATM, is an Indian 2007 Tamil psychological thriller film directed by Bharathan, written by S. K. Jeeva and produced by Swargachitra Appachan.
Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail (اظہر الدین محمد اسماعیل, अजहरुद्दीन मोहम्मद इस्माइल) (born 1998) is an Indian child actor, who played the youngest version of Salim Malik in the Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionaire (2008), for which he won a Screen Actors Guild Award.
Azhiyur is a village in Vatakara taluk of Kozhikode district in the state of Kerala, India.
Air Marshal Mohammed Azim Daudpota, commonly known as Azim Daudpota, (14 September 1933 – 3 April 2017) was a three-star officer in the Pakistan Air Force who went on to serve as the Chief of Air Staff of Air Force of Zimbabwe, and then to briefly serve as Governor of Sindh.
Azim Hashim Premji (born 24 July 1945) is an Indian business tycoon, investor, and philanthropist, who is the chairman of Wipro Limited.
Azim Tyabji was a Muslim scholar and reformer.
Aziz Mohammad Khan (1931–1992) or Aziz Qaisi was an Urdu poet, short story writer, and film writer.
The École Mondiale World School is an accredited International Baccalaureate (IB) school in Mumbai in the primary, middle years and diploma courses.
Ecole supérieure d'Informatique, réseaux et systèmes d'information (acronym ITIN) was a public higher education apprenticeship school in Cergy-Pontoise, France.
Éric Vigner (born October 27, 1960 in Rennes, France) is a French stage director, actor and scenic designer.
Óscar Sonejee Masand (born 26 March 1976) is an Andorran football midfielder, currently playing for Lusitanos.
İzmir is a metropolitan city in the western extremity of Anatolia and the third most populous city in Turkey, after Istanbul and Ankara.
B-Projekt born (Gurmeet Arora), 9 January 1984) is an Indian record producer and DJ. Formerly known as DJ Bunty, he started his career in the year 2000 by deejaying in night clubs in the Mumbai area and formed his own nightclub management company – Plan B Entertainment. He continued to deejay at night clubs in Mumbai gaining popularity as "Dj Bunty", Bunty being his household name. Today B is an owner of a nightclub in Mumbai called "Tryst". B-Projekt began his musical career studying music production at the London School of Sound. After a few years of performing in Mumbai & London, he went on to produce his debut album. B-Projekt was signed by Universal Music Group in August 2009 for the release of his debut album Blindfolded. B-Projekt is one of the few DJ's from Mumbai to produce a crossover Punjabi album, collaborating with British Punjabi vocalist Juggy D from the Rishi Rich Project B-Projekt launched his debut album Blindfolded in Mumbai, Delhi, Chandigarh & London. His single "Ni Soniye" feat. Juggy D & Raja Wilco was nominated in the Ptc music awards 2010.
Bhaskar Anand Saletore (1902–1963), better known as B. A. Saletore, was a well-known Indian historian from Mangalore, Karnataka.
Balasaheb Gangadhar Kher (also known as B. G. Kher) (24 August 1888 – 8 March 1957) was the first chief minister (then called Premier) of Bombay State which consisted of present-day Maharashtra and Gujarat States of India.
Bhimareddy Hanumareddy Katarki, is an Indian agricultural scientist specializing in cotton.
Bal Krishna Goyal (19 November 1935 – 20 February 2018) was a cardiologist and medical educationist from India.
Bellur Narayanaswamy Srikrishna (born 21 May 1941) is an Indian jurist and a retired judge of the Supreme Court of India.
Bongu Narsing Rao (born 1946) is an Indian film director, screenwriter, littérateur, composer, producer, actor and painter known for his works in Telugu, parallel cinema, and Telugu theater.
Brijendra Pal Singh or B.P. Singh is an Indian television producer, who owns the Fireworks Productions.
Bahman Pestonji Wadia or Bomanji Pestonji Wadia (BP Wadia, B.P. Wadia or BPW) (* 8 October 1881 in Mumbai, India; † 20 August 1958 in Bangalore, India) was an Indian theosophist and labour activist.
Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (14 April 1891 – 6 December 1956), popularly known as Babasaheb, was an Indian jurist, economist, politician and social reformer who inspired the Dalit Buddhist movement and campaigned against social discrimination towards Untouchables (Dalits), while also supporting the rights of women and labour.
Babu Ram Ishara (born Roshan Lal Sharma 7 September 1934 – 25 July 2012) was an Indian film director and screenwriter best known for his films of the 1970s.
Balakrishna Shivram Moonje (B. S. Moonje),(12 December 1872 to 4 March 1948) was a leader of the Hindu Mahasabha.