K. Natwar Singh (Diplomat)
Harsh Vardhan Shringla (Diplomat)
Chhavi Rajawat (Politician)
V.P. Singh Badnore (Governor of Punjab & Administrator of Union Territory of Chandigarh)
|Jaideep Mehrotra||Artist||Since 1967 he has had 18 solo shows and more than 30 Groups to his credit. A pioneer of digital media in Indian art |
|Shakti Maira||Artist||Artist, sculptor and writer. His work is in the National Gallery of Modern Art and private collections around the world. Author of 'Towards Ananda: Rethinking Indian Art and Aesthetics.' |
|Arup Patnaik||IPS officer||Additional Director-General, Commissioner of Police, Mumbai Maharashtra. Police Medal for Meritorious Service and President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service|
|K. C. Verma||Secretary (Security)||Served as Director General, Narcotics Control Bureau and Director Research and Analysis Wing, India |
|Probir Sen||Director, India International Centre||Member of the Indian Administrative Service. Served as Principal Secretary, Commerce & Industry in the Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, former Chairman & Managing Director of Air India & Indian Airlines|
|Amitabh Kant||IAS officer||CEO Niti AAyog|
|HH Nawab Muhammad Mahabat Khan III GCIE, KCSI||Nawab of Junagadh||He is credited with a conservation effort that helped ensure the survival of the asiatic lion.|
|Gurjit Singh||IFS Officer||Indian ambassador to Germany and previously Indonesia and Ethiopia Representative of India to the African Union and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. Author of 'The Abalone Factor' and 'The Injera and the Paratha'.|
|Harsh Vardhan Shringla||IFS Officer||Indian Ambassador to the United States and previously High Commissioner to Bangladesh and Ambassador to Thailand.|
|Sanjay Singh||IFS Officer||Ambassador of India to Iran|
Media and journalism
|Vir Sanghvi||Editor||Ex-Editor, Hindustan Times, Talk-Show Host|
|Charu Sharma||Anchor||Sports anchor on television|
|Tunku Varadarajan||Editor||Editor, Newsweek|
|Siddharth Varadarajan||Editor||Ex-Editor, The Hindu and Visiting Professor of Journalism at the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley|
|Dhiren Bhagat (Oxon)||Journalist, Poet||Died at 31 in Delhi. Wrote for the Spectator (London), the Sunday Observer, the Indian Post, and the Illustrated Weekly of India, the Telegraph, the Hindustan Times, the Indian Express, India Today, Sunday, Harpers and Queen, and the London Magazine. Also wrote short stories and poetry.|
|Manvendra Singh||Member of Parliament, Editor||Ex Assistant Editor, Indian Express|
|HH Maharaja Hari Singh of Jammu & Kashmir||The last ruler of J & K (father of Dr. Karan Singh)|
|HH Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II of Jaipur||Erstwhile Maharaja of Jaipur. Ace polo player, Indian Ambassador to Spain,(married Maharani Gayatri Devi)|
|Prince Jagat Singh of Jaipur||Son of Sawai Man Singh and Gayatri Devi. Schooled at Mayo and at the Harrow School.|
|Maharaja Vibhuti Narayan Singh of Banares||The last King of Banares (Varanasi in the Indian State of Uttar Pradesh. He was a scholar of Sanskrit, Veda and Purana. He served as Chancellor of Banaras Hindu University.|
|HH Maharaja Sawai Kumar Padmanabh Singh||Maharaja of Jaipur |
|HH Maharaja Ganga Singh GCSI, GCIE, GCVO, GBE, KCB, GCStJ||Erstwhile Maharaja of the princely state of Bikaner from 1888 to 1943. He is widely remembered as a modern reformist visionary, and he was also the only "non-White" member of the British Imperial War Cabinet during World War I.|
|Maharajkumar of Vizianagram||Cricketer and politician. Educated at Mayo College and at Haileybury and Imperial Service College. Was knighted although he renounced his knighthood after India gained her independence.|
|Yuvaraja Sri Sir Kanteerava Narasimharaja Wadiyar, GCIE||Heir Apparent of the princely state of Mysore.|
|HH Maharaja Rajendra Singh of Rajpipla||Polo player, son of HH Maharaja Sir Vijaysinhji of Rajpipla, Gohil dynasty which traces its lineage to the 6th century A.D.|
|Maharaj Nagendra Singh of the State of Dungarpur||Born 18 March 1914, was educated at Mayo College, Ajmer, and Cambridge, England. He obtained his Doctorate in Law from the same university and joined the Indian Civil Service. Appointed a Judge, he later became the Chief Justice of the International Court of Justice at The Hague.|
|HH Maharana Mahendra Singh Mewar||Erstwhile ruler of Udaipur (Mewar Dynasty)|
|Arvind Singh||From Royal family of Udaipur (Mewar Dynasty)|
|HH Maharaja Prem Singh||From the erstwhile royal family of Chamba|
|HH Maharao Brijraj Singh of Kotah||From the erstwhile royal family of Kotah|
|Prince Shivraj Singh of Marwar-Jodhpur||Prince of the erstwhile Royal Family of Jodhpur, which can trace its lineage back to 1226 A.D.|
|HH Maharaja Jitendra Singh||From the erstwhile royal family of Alwar|
|HRH Princess Shruti||Princess of Nepal. A member of the Shah Dynasty.|
|HRH HH Said Bin Taimur||The twelfth Sultan of Oman|
|Pragmulji III of Cutch||Present titular head of Cutch in Gujarat, India|
|HH Nawab Muhammad Mahabat Khan III GCIE, KCSI||Babi Bahadur of Junagadh. He is credited with a conservation effort that helped ensure the survival of the asiatic lion.|
|Jaswant Singh||Politician||Finance Minister of India (1996 & 2004), External Affairs Minister of India (1998) & Minister of Defence for India|
|Natwar Singh (Cantab.)||Indian Foreign Service & Politician||He was Member of Parliament, has received Padma Bhushan. Served as Ambassador to Pakistan and as Minister of External Affairs|
|Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo||Politician||Former Chief Minister of Orissa|
|Dinesh Dhamija||Politician||British Indian entrepreneur, Liberal Democrat, and Member of the European Parliament |
|Manvendra Singh||Politician||Member of Parliament|
|Jitendra Singh||Politician||AICC Secy & Maharaja of Alwar|
|V.P. Singh Badnore||Politician||Honorable Governor of Punjab and Administrator for Chandigarh UT ,Former Member of Parliament -13th & 14th Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Four time MLA.|
|Thakur Ganpat Singh||Politician||Member of Legislative Assembly, Ajmer, 1951.|
|Bhawani Singh of Pokhran||Politician||Member 1st Lok Sabha (1952)|
|Deepender Singh Hooda||Politician||Member of Parliament from the Indian National Congress from the Rohtak constituency in Haryana. He is the son of Bhupinder Singh Hooda who served as Chief Minister of Haryana, while his grandfather, Ranbir Singh Hooda, was a freedom fighter, a member of the Constituent Assembly and Minister in Punjab.|
|Raj Raj Singh Deo||Politician||Former Member of Parliament 4th and 5th Loksabha|
|Vikram Chandra||Writer||Wrote Red Earth & Pouring Rain (winner of the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Book, and the David Higham Prize for Fiction), Sacred Games, etc. (Senior Lecturer in English at the University of California Berkeley|
|Indra Sinha, Cantab.||Writer||Author, Animal's People, short-listed for the 2007 Man Booker Prize for Fiction, and Winner of 2008 Commonwealth Writers Prize for Europe and South Asia; The Death of Mr Love; The Cybergypsies (non-fiction); Tantra (non-fiction); Kama Sutra (Translation)|
|Ruchir Joshi||Writer||Author of The Last Jet-Engine Laugh and of Electric Feather, India's first anthology of erotica.|
|Maroof Raza||Defence Analyst, Writer, Educationalist||Defence Correspondent at NDTV and Associate Editor of the Indian Defence Review. Visiting Research Fellow at the War Studies Department of King's College, London. He graduated from St. Stephen's College, Delhi, King's College London & Cambridge University|
|Admiral Sunil Lanba, PVSM, AVSM||Indian Navy||Chief of Naval Staff of the Indian Navy and the erstwhile Commandant of National Defence College.|
|Lt. Gen. Nathu Singh Rathore||Indian Army||The first Lt. General of the Indian Army. He was favoured by Field Marshal Claude Auchinleck to be the first Indian Army Chief, but declined the position to Jawaharlal Nehru because he felt it would not be fair to supersede his senior General Cariappa.|
|Lt Gen (Retd) Ajai Singh, PVSM, AVSM||Indian Army||Governor of Assam|
|Lt Gen Aditya Singh||Indian Army||C in C, Andamans, C in C Southern Command|
|HH Maharao Shri Bhim Singh II||Indian Army||Honorary Brigadier in the Indian Army and also Honorary Colonel of the 17 Poona Horse. During the Second World War he was a member of the Viceroy's War Council. Up-Rajpramukh of Rajasthan State 1948/1956. He has also served as India's alternate delegate to the United Nations General Assembly in 1956|
Commerce and Industry
|Ravi Kant||Vice Chairman and M.D.||Tata Motors|
|Vikram Mehta||Served as Chairman||Shell India|
|Probir Sen||Board Member||Bharat Petroleum|
Hospitality and drinks
|Karan Grover||Director||Grover Vineyards Ltd.|
|Ashwin Ram||Chief Innovation Officer||Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated. BTech from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (Received the President of India's Gold Medal for best undergraduate performance). MS from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his Ph.D. degree from Yale University.|
|Probir Sen||Board Member||HCL Technologies Ltd.|
Finance & Banking
|Sushil Wadhwani, CBE||Central Banker||Bank of England Monetary policy Committee. Former London School of Economics Reader (7 years), he was appointed a full-time independent member of the Monetary Policy Committee after various private sector roles including Director, Equity Strategy at Goldman Sachs.|
|Rakesh Mohan||Central Banker||Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India|
|Brij Singh||Founder & CEO||Baer Capital Partners, UAE |
Media and Entertainment
|Ajay Mehta||Hollywood Actor||TV shows, include Eli Stone, Sex and the City, Numb3rs, CSI: NY, Modern Family and Outsourced. Played Citigroup CEO, Vikram Pandit, in the TV movie Too Big to Fail, and the leader of India in G.I. Joe: Retaliation.|
|Tinnu Anand||Actor, Film Director||He has worked in more than 100 Bollywood movies.|
|Gauravv K Chawla||Film Director, Screenwriter||Directed Hindi Feature Film Baazaar starring Saif Ali Khan.|
|Vivek Oberoi||Actor||Known for Shootout at Lokhandwala, Omkara (2006 film), Yuva, etc.|
|Rishi Kapoor||Actor||Did not graduate. Attended Mayo for less than one year before being transferred to the Campion School in Mumbai due to an illness.|
|Sagarika Ghatge||Actress||Known for her role in Chak De India|
|Deeksha Seth||Actress||Active performer in Hindi and regional cinema of India|
|Aamir Raza Hussain||Director, Actor||Well known Theatre Personality, Recipient of the Padma Shree Award|
|Goldie Behl||Director, Producer||He has Directed and written Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai and Drona (2008 film). He has also Produced London, Paris, New York.|
|Aditya Lakhia||Actor and Director||Has appeared in Lagaan, Shootout at Lokhandwala, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, etc.|
|Samir Karnik||Director, Producer||Has Directed Heroes (2008 film), Yamla Pagla Deewana, Kyun! Ho Gaya Na..., etc.|
|Karan Kundra||TV Actor||Lead role in Kitni Mohabbat Hai|
|Pradip Krishen||Filmmaker||Married to Booker Prize–winning author Arundhati Roy, Krishen read at St Stephens College, New Delhi and at Oxford before teaching History at Delhi University|
|Rahul Singh||Actor||Mayo College Batch of 1990. Has acted in Zubeidaa, 24 (Indian TV series) and various other plays and films.|
|Bobby Deol||Bollywood Actor||He is a well known actor and is the son of Dharmendra.|
|Priya Wal||TV Actress||Known for her role in Remix, CID, Pyar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani.|
|Vedita Pratap Singh||Actress||Bhindi Baazaar Inc. and Mumbai 125 KM|
|Maharaj Nagendra Singh of Dungarpur||Judge||He obtained his Doctorate in Law from Cambridge and joined the Indian Civil Service. Appointed a Judge, he later became the Chief Justice of the International Court of Justice at The Hague.|
|Raghuvendra Singh Rathore||Judge||Rajasthan High Court|
Sportspersons and Athletes
|Maharajkumar of Vizianagram||Cricketer||Indian Test captain, cricket administrator and legendary cricket commentator|
|Apurvi Chandela||Shooter||Won Gold Medal in 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow|
|Lokendra Singh Ghanerao||Polo Player||Indian Polo Team Captain at the World Cup|
|Arun Lal||Cricketer||Test Cricketer and Sports Broadcaster|
|Alok Bhargava||Professor||University of Maryland School of Public Policy, College Park, Maryland. Well known for his research in econometric methodology and food policy issues in developing and developed countries|
|Eknath Ghate||Mathematician||Acclaimed mathematician and winner of the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for Science and Technology. Earned his master's degree at the University of Pennsylvania and his PhD. at the University of California at Los Angeles.|
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