Bridge to Future

In his blog, GatesNotes, Gates writes, "I have been playing bridge for years - Warren Buffett is my favourite partner"

Gupta takes pride in calling himself and other Ultimate lovers the Californian hippies. What he loves the most is the 'spirit of the game'
Like for many others in the US, for the young Moynihan, rugby was a way of life. He played fly half and inside centre. He was not imposing athletically but was fast
Naik's effort has transformed schools in Gujarat's Endhal and Kharel districts. He re-built the school where he had studied
Dureja looks forward to his vacations not just to unwind but also to learn about new cultures and traditions
Legendary coach Al Molloy, a former marine, put Roberts on a tough weightlifting regime to bulk him up
Puri is known for skillfully optimising time. He prefers to be the first person to reach office
Those who know Anand Mahindra well, also know that the Blues festival is not just a business endeavour for him
Bajaj's passion for kurtas is well known in business circles. He can be spotted in his favourite attire at professional events too
Jain also loves to collect stamps. He started this around the same time he discovered his interest in numismatics
Vipassana has especially helped Katial stay calm and focussed during the lockdown. "It has helped me rediscover myself and lead life in a better way"
Sharma is not just a foodie. He loves to cook as well. But one thing that he never got right is making round rotis
Kumar, who is also a Bollywood movie buff, would be surely looking forward to biopics on Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu that will hit the theatres in no time
Within India, Sharma finds a spiritual connection with popular pilgrimage sites of Vaishno-Devi, Shirdi and Tirupati, which he tries to revisit
Agarwal, a self-taught photographer, says that more than smart techniques, patience and focus are what makes you excel in photography
The engineer, who headed Indias largest engineering and technology company for over two decades, decided to donate 75 per cent of his income to social causes