Who Deserves to Win? Forbes India's Person of the Year 2009



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Soon we'll know the winner of Forbes India's Person of the Year 2009. The 21 nominees are:

1. A.R. Rahman, Music Composer (he composed soundtrack of Slumdog Millionaire)

2. Shobhana Bhartia, Chairperson, Hindustan Times Group

3. Nandan Nilekani, Chairman, Unique Identification Authority of India

4. Chetan Bhagat, Author

5. Lalit Modi, Commissioner, Indian Premier League

6. Facebook, everybody's Man Friday to connect with humanity

7. Pranav Mistry, Student and Inventor

8. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Captain, Indian Cricket Team

9. Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Group

10. K.G. Balakrishnan, Chief Justice of India

11. Rahul Gandhi, General Secretary, Congress Party

12. Karambir Kang, General Manager, Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Mumbai

13. Anjali Gopalan, Founder, The Naz Foundation

14. Kiran Karnik, Interim Chairman, Satyam Computer Services

15. Mehmood Khan, Managing Trustee, Rasuli Kanwar Khan Trust

16. Rahul Dhir, CEO, Cairn India

17. Francisco D'Souza, CEO, Cognizant Technology Solutions

18. Rahul Bhatia, Chairman, IndiGo Airlines

19. Sunil Mittal, Chairman, Bharti Group (see top 10 billionaires in India 2009)

20. Vikram Akula, Founder, SKS Microfinance

21. Jean Dreze, Development Economist

You can read more here.

I don't know everyone on the list, but my vote goes to Pranav Mistry. I'm very impressed at the inventions he's been working on. Why do you think should win?
Rahul Gandhi represents the best chance India has to clean up the cesspool that politics and governance have become.


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