President of plastic packaging firm based in Delhi, but who never forgets his Almora roots and BHU style. The wise pragmatist.
Bihari turned mod. “Relieved” from two organizational positions by bosses, now pretends to be an independent researcher and consultant, but actually looks down people’s toilets. The sanitation and fire-worker (still looking for a chingari).
Activist, thinker and factory-owner (!) based in Kolkata. Sings, writes (two blogs and poetry), and is an avid commentator of social issues and human follies (e.g. CPM). The glass-blower and bard.
Graduated above 24 volts, allegedly read management and turned into researcher and consultant to government, big corporates and multi-laterals, now based in Bangalore. The quiet saladeer and (so far) free-lancer.
Management graduate who became a development researcher and consultant; done with many studies (aids, sanitation, electricity, education, watersheds), maps and GIS, is now a proud father and lives with his wife, Manisha, and lovely daughter Hrishita at Gurgaon.
Marketer who sold oil and ice-cream to the unsuspecting; and now sells the cause of getting people out of hunger, and organizes women to be empowered from Delhi. The appraiser, foodie and fund-raiser..
Teacher-footballer turned organization man, former Chief of Care Today and now leads the Brit Grant-maker Paul Hamlyn Foundation in India, based at Delhi. The writer (very serious stuff with two blogs), sportsman and the gourmand (competition to some above)
Zoologist turned manager turned development professional, and now India country head of a Swiss NGO (read lots of chalets and cheese related work-routine). At Hyderabad. The dev-CEO.
Engineer turned manager and a corporate sector builder in latest incarnation (after being foreign trade facilitator, and oilseeds manager). At Hyderabad. The deadly batter and bowler.
Teaches physics at Riverside Public School in Kotagiri, and has authored textbooks for science students in ICSE schools in India. The teacher and story-teller (not of ghosts)..