Ramnaresh Ronnie Sarwan is a former West Indian cricketer of Indo-Guyanese origin and a former member and former captain of the West Indies cricket team, in all formats. He was named as the Captain for the Guyana Amazon Warriors for the 2013 inaugural tournament of the Caribbean Premier League. Sarwan's name is a common Hindu name shared by many of his countrymen. For much of his career he wore a bandanna under his helmet whilst batting, but has now dropped the practice due to a change in the design of helmet, he shares the habit of his fellow Countrymen Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Narsingh Deonarine of marking his guard with a bail. Having fallen out of international favour, he signed for English county Leicestershire for the 2012 English season, he has been a member of the West Indies cricket team since his Test debut against Pakistan at Barbados in May 2000 – a match in which he was unbeaten in both innings including a first innings score of 84 not out. He missed scoring his maiden Test century against South Africa in March 2001 when he was run out for 91.
His score of 78 in the second Test against India at Chennai in October 2002 was his fourth innings of 75+, not converted into a century. His maiden Test century came in his next Test series against Bangladesh at Dhaka, his next Test century came against Australia at St. John's in May 2003, his best innings came against England in February/March 2009. Sarwan is a part-time leg-break bowler with best bowling figures of 4 for 37. During the most recent controversy involving the bowling action of Sri Lanka great Muttiah Muralitharan, which led to an International Cricket Council investigation of most of the world's international-class bowlers, Sarwan was found to be the only bowler tested who did not transgress the Laws of Cricket regarding the straightening of the arm during delivery. On 23 June 2006, on his 26th birthday, while playing against India Sarwan hit 6 fours in an over off Munaf Patel and emulated Sandeep Patil, Sanath Jayasuriya and Chris Gayle playing at Warner Park Sporting Complex.
Sarwan was dropped from the side for the second Test against Pakistan in November 2006. It was the first time in his six-year career. According to captain Brian Lara "It wasn't designed as a drop. We just wanted to come back stronger. We need him and we need him to take control." On 29 April 2007 it was announced that Sarwan was to succeed the retiring Brian Lara as captain of the West Indies following the West Indies' exit from the 2007 Cricket World Cup. During the second Test in the West Indies tour of England in May 2007, Sarwan injured his shoulder when he collided with the boundary fence while attempting to cut off a boundary; the injury was serious enough to rule him out of the remainder of the tour and for a further ten months. Sarwan returned to the West Indies side in 2008 for the home series against Sri Lanka, as vice-captain to the current captain, Chris Gayle. Throughout the series Sarwan showed excellent form with the bat, looking fluent and scoring over 50 in four consecutive innings, including a match-winning century, at an average of 77.75.
In the 2008 Test series against Australia, Sarwan continued his fine batting form by following up with a half century and a matching saving 128 in the 2nd Test in North Sound, Antigua. At the age 28 years, 228 days he became the youngest West Indian to reach the 5,000 runs milestone when he scored a century against England in Jamaica. In the 2009 home series against England, in scoring his 13th Test match century Sarwan equalled the record for the most centuries in the fourth innings – a record he shares with Sunil Gavaskar and Ricky Ponting, In the first innings of the fourth test he recorded his personal best of 291 which equalled the highest score for the West Indies of the great Sir Vivian Richards. Sarwan did however lose his central contract indifferent form. West Indies coach Ottis Gibson stated that leaving Sarwan out was a tough decision but he will make many contributions to the West Indies in the future and that he needs time to regain his form. Therefore, he wasn't selected for the tour of Sri Lanka along with regular wicket-keeper Denesh RamdinHe announced his retirement from international cricket in September 2016.
He played his last international match as an ODI against India at The Oval on 11 June 2013. The following table illustrates a summary of the Test centuries scored by Ramnaresh Sarwan. In the column Runs, * indicates being not out; the column title Match refers to the Match Number of his career. As of 23 June 2013 he is appointed as Batting consultant for Zimbabwe women's cricket team Cricinfo player profile
Naresh Goyal is a non resident Indian businessman and founder Chairman of Jet Airways. He started operating Jet Airways in 1993 with initial seed money from Tail Winds incorporated, Isle of Man. Following the 2005 IPO of Jet Airways, Forbes magazine declared him the sixteenth richest person in India, with a net worth of $1.9 billion. He does not feature on the Forbes list. Naresh Goyal was born in Sangrur, India in 1949 in the house of a jewellery dealer, his father died. He studied up to sixth standard at Govt. Raj High School for Boys; when he was eleven years old, his family went through an economic crisis and his house was auctioned. He lived with his mother's uncle. Goyal holds a Bachelors of Commerce degree from Govt. Bikram College of Commerce, Patiala. In 1967, Goyal began his career as a cashier in his maternal uncle Seth Charan Das Ram Lal's travel agency, East West Agencies, at a starting salary of Rs 300 a month. After graduating in Commerce, Goyal joined the travel business with the GSA for Lebanese International Airlines.
From 1967 to 1974, he underwent extensive training in the travel business through his association with several foreign airlines. He travelled overseas extensively on business during this period. In 1969, he was appointed the public relation manager of Iraqi Airways and from 1971 to 1974 was the regional manager for ALIA, Royal Jordanian Airlines, he worked with the Indian offices of Middle Eastern Airline, where he gained experience in various areas including ticketing and sales. In 1974, with £500 from his mother, he set up his own agency named Jetair, representing the likes of Air France, Austrian Airlines and Cathay Pacific. In 1975, he was appointed regional manager of Philippine Airline in India. Naresh Goyal stepped down from the Board of Jet Airways on 25th March 2019. In 1993, Goyal took advantage of the opening of the Indian economy and the enunciation of the Open Skies Policy by the Government of India to set up Jet Airways for the operation of scheduled air services on domestic sectors in India.
Jet Airways commenced commercial operations on May 5, 1993. Goyal founded Jet Airways Limited with the objective of providing sales and marketing representation to foreign airlines in India. Goyal served on the Board of the International Air Transport Association from 2004–2006, he was re-elected in 2008 with his tenure extending until June 2016. Naresh Goyal stepped down from the Board of Jet Airways on 25th March 2019 along with his wife. Goyal met his wife, after she joined the company in 1979 as a marketing analyst and rose to become the head of marketing and sales, they married nine years later. The couple together have a son, Nivaan Goyal, 24, a daughter, Namrata Goyal, 26. Naresh Goyal image Jet Airways site Chairman's profile Airline Business magazine profile Forbes – India's 40 richest Takeover link Jet files a suit of 500 Cr – Agarwal Today Report
Naresh Bhardwaj is a Canadian politician, elected in the 2008 provincial election to represent the electoral district of Edmonton-Ellerslie in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. He is a member of the Progressive Conservatives, and was Associate Minister of Persons with Disabilities in the cabinet of Jim Prentice. Bhardwaj ran 2012 provincial election as an incumbent PC candidate, winning a second term on April 23, 2012, he did not run in the 2015 general election. Bhardwaj has been accused of offering a $10,000 bribe to prevent other candidates from challenging him in an election. Rachel Notley, leader of the Alberta New Democratic Party, requested that Bhardwaj step down and submit to an investigation. Although cleared by an internal PC party investigation, Bhardwaj remained the subject of a criminal investigation. In March 2015 he withdrew his name as a candidate for the May 5, 2015 general election
Naresh Iyer is a playback singer from Mumbai, born to a Tamil speaking family from Mumbai. He speaks fluent Tamil and Marathi while he understands Malayalam. Naresh Iyer has rendered film songs in several Indian languages and has several chart hits to his credit, his rendition of "Roobaroo" from the movie Rang De Basanti composed by A. R. Rahman topped the music charts for many weeks in 2006 and won him the National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer, he won the Filmfare award in the R. D. Burman Musical Talent category, he is one of the few playback singers to have won both a Filmfare Award and a National Award in his professional debut singing year. Naresh Iyer was brought up in Matunga, Mumbai, he has a younger sister named Nisha Iyer, an upcoming self-taught Professional Artist. He attended SIES College of Economics where he received his Degree in Commerce. After graduation he intended to become a Chartered Accountant and was practicing CA and side by side was learning Carnatic music and Hindustani classical music too.
Naresh was spotted by composer A. R. Rahman in Channel V's Super Singer. Though he did not win the show, Naresh was contacted by A. R. Rahman and made his debut with the song "Mayilirage" from Anbe Aaruyire, he has sung for other composers in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. Naresh is the vocalist of a Mumbai based fusion band called Dhvani, he won the R. D. Burman Award as the best male upcoming singer; the same year he won the National Award for Best Playback Singer for his rendition of "Rubaroo" from the movie "Rang De Basanti". 2006 – National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the song "Roobaroo" from Rang De Basanti 2007: Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent – Rang De Basanti 2007 - Nominated for IIFA Award for Roobaroo along with Mr. A. R. Rahman 2007 – Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer – Tamil for the song "Mundhinam Parthenae" from Vaaranam Aayiram 2006 – Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent 2005 – Hub Award for Best Playback Singer for the song "Mayilarage" from Anbe Aaruyire 2006 – Kannadasan Award for Best Male Debut 2008 – Hub Award for Best Playback Singer for the song "Mundhinam Parthenae" from Vaaranam Aayiram 2010 – South Scope Award for Best Male Playback singer for the song "Oru Vetkam Varudhe" from Pasanga 2011 – Uninor Mirchi Music Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the song "Nenu Nuvantu" from Orange Template:Https://www.facebook.com/nareshiyer.officialpage/ Naresh Iyer on IMDb
Naresh Vijaya Krishna popularly known as Naresh, is an Indian film actor and social activist known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema and television. He ventured into cinema as a child artiste in 1970, he starred in around 200 films in a variety of roles like lead actor and comedy roles. Some of the box office super hits he starred in were Rendu Jella Sita, Sreevariki Prema Lekha, Sri Kanaka Mahalaxmi Recording Dance Troupe, Bava Bava Panneeru, Manasu Mamatha, Jamba Lakidi Pamba and many more as a lead actor, he received the title H. E. and received a PHD in arts from the U. N. ICDRHRP from the prestigious United Nations group. Naresh was born in Chennai to actress Vijaya Krishna Murthy, he resides in Hyderabad, Telangana. Prior to joining theater, he attended Ramakrishna Mission High School, Hindu High School and did his college at Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan, he runs NGO in Hyderabad. Naresh is married to Ramya Raghupathi and they have three sons. Naresh acted as a child in the film Pandanti Kapuram in 1972 and did other films like Kavitha, Santosh Sowbhagyam and other films.
He made his debut as an actor in a lead role with Prema Sankellu, directed by his mother. He starred in the box office hit Nalugu Stambhalata, directed by Sri Jandhyala and produced by Navata Krishnam Raju, followed by Prema Sankellu, directed by her mother Vijaya Nirmala, his other notable works include box office hits such as Rendu Jella Sita, Sreevariki Prema Lekha, Sri Kanaka Mahalaxmi Recording Dance Troupe, Bava Bava Panneeru, Manasu Mamatha, Jamba Lakidi Pamba, Oka Oorilo, 100% Love and Drushyam. Other works of his include Guntur Talkies and Sathamanam Bhavati in. Naresh is an active politician, a member of Bharatiya Janata Party state leader, he worked as a state youth wing president of AP, state secretary BJP, state general secretary vice president for BJP and contested from Hindupur parliamentary seat. He did Padayatra of about 125 KM from Icchampally Project to Warangal along with his excellency C. Vidyasagar Rao garu for linking of "Krishna and Godavari" waters and is active in the Rayalaseema development and water related activities.
He is the founder president of KIV Kalakarula Ikya Vidika an NGO a non-profit and non-governmental organization, which predominately works for protecting dying ancient arts and supporting media artists. He is present president of the Movie Artists Association, runs a YouTube channel name called PopCorn TV, promotes organic farming for healthy life, he is the president of Kalakarula Ikya Vedika, a forum for arts and artistes since 2010. Naresh received the state Nandi Award for Best Actor for Sogasu Chuda Taramaa?, the Nandi Special Jury Award for Chitram Bhalare Vichitram, the platinum award for best feature film, Parampara. He has received one Television Nandi Award for his work in Doordarshan's Munimanikyam Gari Kantham Kadhalu, he starred in films like Shrutilayalu, that premiered at the International Film Festival of India and Hindustan The Mother, which premiered at the International Film Festival of India, BFI London Film Festival and Mumbai Film Festival. In 2007 he starred in Mee Sreyobhilashi, which premiered at the International Film Festival of India.
In 2014, he starred in Parampara, which won the Platinum Award for Best Feature at the International Indonesian Movie Awards, premiered at the Jakarta International Film Festival. Naresh received the Servant Of The Poor award on the occasion of the 4th national meet of CNRI held during 4–6 November 2009 at New Delhi, presented by Honorable union minister for rural development C. P. Joshi. In 2016 the Academy Of Universal Global Peace presented him with the honorable doctorate degree of'Doctor of Arts' in the presence of the board of world governing council of governors of the academy, New York, USA. In 2017 he spoke about displaying arts in Indian films at the University of Bedfordshire in the presence of the vice chancellor. Academy of Universal Global Peace Award – 2016 Nandi Award for Best Actor – Sogasu Chuda Taramaa? Nandi Special Jury Award – Chitram Bhalare Vichitram Nandi Award for Best Character Actor - Parampara Nandi Award for Best Character Actor - Sathamanam Bhavati Nandi Best Actor Television – Munimanikyam Gari Kantham Kadhalu SVR Character Award - Sathamanam Bhavati Received the title H.
E. and received a PHD in arts from the U. N. ICDRHRP Naresh on IMDb
Naresh Trehan is an Indian cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgeon. After graduating from King George Medical College, India, he went on to practice at New York University Medical Center Manhattan USA from 1971 to 1988, he started Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre. He serves as chief cardiac surgeon of MedantaTM-The Medicity, he has served as personal surgeon to the President of India since 1991, has received numerous awards, including the Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Award and Dr. B. C. Roy Award. In 1963 he got admission in King George's Medical College in Lucknow. In November 1969 he moved to USA and became a first-year resident at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Trehan was the founder, executive director and chief cardiovascular surgeon of Escorts Heart Institute and Research Center, which opened on Okhla Road, Delhi in 1988. Presently, Trehan is the Founder Chairman of Medanta - The Medicity one of the largest multi-specialty hospital at Gurgaon, Haryana established in 2009.
Trehan has been president of the International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery. As chairman of Global Health Private Ltd. Trehan is overseeing the building of an integrated health care facility in Gurgaon, India referred to as MediCity. MediCity will spread across 43 acres of land. Collaborating with Siemens and other financial partners, MediCity aims to combine modern medicine with traditional medicine and holistic therapies, his mother was a gynaecologist and father was an ENT specialist, both of them practised in Lyallpur until the partition of India His family belonged to Sri Hargobindpur, Batala He was born left-handed but due to stigma, his Hindi tutor broke his left hand to force Trehan to write with the right hand. He first fell in love. In September 1969 the 2 moved to USA in November, they have two daughters. His wife, Madhu Trehan, is a writer. Padma Bhushan Award by President of India in recognition of distinguished service in the field of Medicine in 2001. Padma Shri Award by President of India in recognition of distinguished service in the field of Surgery in 1991.
Dr. B. C. Roy Award from the Medical Council of India in 2002. India Today magazine ranked him #35th in India's 50 Most powerful people of 2017 list. Exclusive Interview with Dr. Naresh Trehan Dr Naresh Trehan Profile
Allari Naresh is an Indian film actor who appears in Tollywood films. He is the son of Telugu producer E. V. V. Satyanarayana. Born and brought up in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, he moved to Hyderabad after completing his schooling at Chettinad Vidyashram, Chennai, he is fluent in Telugu, Tamil and English. He got the moniker "Allari" after the success of his first film in Tollywood, his debut film in Tamil, was a remake of Allari. He is an established actor known for his lead roles in comedy films, with commercial successes such as Allari, Thotti Gang, Maa Alludu Very Good, Gopi – Goda Meedha Pilli, Seema Shastri, Vishaka Express, Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters, Blade Babji, Fitting Master, Bendu Apparao R. M. P, Shambo Shiva Shambo, Betting Bangaraju, Kathi Kantha Rao, Aha Naa Pellanta, Seema Tapakai, Sudigadu, Yamudiki Mogudu, James Bond, he has acted in 54 films so far. He received Nandi Award for Best Supporting Actor and Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award in 2008 for his performance as Gali Seenu in the movie Gamyam.
He produces films along with his elder brother Aryan Rajesh under their production company, E. V. V. Cinema, he married Virupa Kantamneni in May 2015. His daughter Ayana Evika Edara was born on 28 September 2016. is Naresh made his foray into films under the who direction of Ravi Babu in the film Allari, an adult comedy in which he played the role of an 18-year-old, infatuated with a beautiful girl. His performance was well praised by the critics. Idlebrain.com wrote, "he suited the role perfectly. His dialogue delivery is perfect and has good timing in doing comedy, he has a bright future ahead, if he chooses his future projects carefully." The film did exceptionally well at the Box office, giving him recognition as "Allari Naresh". However, his next film Dhana Laxmi I Love You, a remake of Hera Pheri, received negative reviews, faltered at the box office, his third release Thotti Gang, co-starring Prabhu Deva and Sunil, was successful at the Box office, followed by two flops Juniors, the remake of Thulluvadho Ilamai and Praanam, which featured him in a dual role.
Naresh got his resurgence in the form of Maa Alludu Very Good, co-starring Rajendra Prasad, a massive hit at the box office. He debuted in Tamil with a remake of Allari, which failed at the box office, his next was Nenu co-starring Veda and Abhishek, a remake of Kaadhal Kondein. Though the film was a failure at the box office, he received wide critical acclaim for his portrayal of Vinod, a psychotic who falls in love with his friend, only to know that she's in love with his close friend, thus marking it as one of his finest performances to date. IndiaGlitz wrote, "Naresh is more than adequate in a role, a challenge to seasoned artistes, he has to kindle detest as well as sympathy. It is a tightrope walk, he passes muster; the only way for Naresh after this film is up."Naresh's lean phase continued with flops like Nuvvante Naakistam and Party, succeeded by Kithakithalu, a blockbuster at the box office, with critics appreciating Naresh's performance. Though Roommates and Gopi – Goda Meedha Pilli failed at the box office, his stardom remained unchanged.
His next successful film, Athili Sattibabu LKG, boosted his career, making him a common name in the Telugu film industry. On, after two back-to-back flops in the form of Allare Allari and Pellaindi Kaani, Naresh got his next success in the form of Seema Shastri, thus ending 2007 on a happy note. Naresh had eight releases in a rare feat in those days, his first three releases Sundara Kanda, Vishaka Express, in which he played a negative role, Pelli Kaani Prasad bombed at the box office, with Naresh's performance in the film Vishaka Express getting huge applause from critics. His next film Gamyam, co-starring Sharwanand, was a critical as well as commercial success. Naresh played the role of Gali Seenu, a motorcycle thief who brings a change in the hero's attitude by his actions, his performance was well praised by the critics. Rediff wrote, "Allari Naresh has found his groove, he excels as a role that somewhat resembles what Jagapathi Babu played in Anthahpuram. The timing of his one-liners is perfect and natural.
One has to see the film to believe it." He received Nandi Award for Best Supporting Actor and Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for his performance, which remains to be one of his best performances in his career. While Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters and Blade Babji were hits at the box office, Siddu From Sikakulam was an average and Dongala Bandi was a flop at the box office. 2009 had two releases of Naresh, which were Fitting Master and Bendu Apparao R. M. P. Fitting Master was an average grosser, while Bendu Apparao R. M. P. was a super hit at the box office, the only successful film at that time, which stood resisting the super-success Magadheera. He had seven releases in 2010, again a rare feat, he first starred in Shambo Shiva Shambo, a remake of Tamil Film Nadodigal, co-starring Ravi Teja and Siva Balaji. The film received critical praise. While Rambabu Gadi Pellam, Aakasa Ramanna, Subhapradam were flops at the box office, Betting Bangaraju, Saradaga Kasepu and Kathi Kantha Rao were super hits at the box office.
2011 saw Naresh acting in five films, one of, a cameo appearance. His first release of the year was Aha Naa Pellanta, co-starring Ritu Barmecha, Subbaraju, he played the role of Subrahmanyam aka Subbu, a software engineer whose life takes a drastic turn when he and a girl of faction background misunderstand