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  • P. K. Rajagopalan


    Pylore Krishnaier Rajagopalan is an Indian vector control scientist, biologist and acarologist, known for his pioneering contributions to the control programmes against vector-borne diseases in India. He is a former director of the Indian Council of Medical Research managed Vector Control Research Centre, Pondicherry. He graduated in 1949 from the Banaras Hindu University and completed his master's degree in science there itself in 1951. In 1952 he joined the fledgling Virus Research Centre in Pune, and worked under the supervision of some of the finest vector control specialists such as Dr T Ramachandra Rao. In 1957 he was awarded a Fellowship by the Rockefeller Foundation to pursue a Master's program in Public Health from the University of California. He went on to secure a Diploma in Acarology from the University of Maryland at College Park. He returned to India in 1960 and rejoined the Virus Research Centre and was asked to lead the investigation into the mysterious Kyasanur Forest Disease in rural Karnataka.

  • Busta Rhymes


    Trevor George Smith Jr. (born May 20, 1972), known professionally as Busta Rhymes, is an American rapper, record producer, record executive and actor. Chuck D of Public Enemy gave him the moniker Busta Rhymes, after NFL and CFL wide receiver George "Buster" Rhymes. He is best known for his outlandish style and fashion sense depicted in several innovative music videos as well as his intricate rhyming technique, rapping at high speed with heavy use of internal rhyme and half rhyme. He has received 11 Grammy Award nominations for his work. About.com included him on its list of the 50 Greatest MCs of Our Time (1987–2007), while Steve Huey of AllMusic called him one of the best and most prolific rappers of the 1990s. In 2012, The Source placed him on their list of the Top 50 Lyricists of All Time. MTV has called him "one of hip-hop's greatest visual artists". Busta Rhymes was an original member of Leaders of the New School. He later went on and founded the record label Conglomerate (initially Flipmode Entertainment) and production crew The Conglomerate (formerly Flipmode Squad). In November 2011, Busta Rhymes signed a deal with Cash Money Records. On July 23, 2014, Busta Rhymes announced that he left Cash Money Records due to creative differences and was no longer on Republic. He has released nine studio albums, with the first being the 1996 platinum-selling album The Coming. His list of hit singles include "Woo Hah Got You All in Check", "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See", "Dangerous", "Turn It Up (Remix)/Fire It Up", "Gimme Some More", "What's It Gonna Be?!", "Pass the Courvoisier, Part II", "I Know What You Want" and "Touch It", among several others.

  • Paul Nassif


    Paul S. Nassif, M.D. (born June 6, 1962) is an American plastic surgeon and television personality. He specializes in facial plastic surgery—specifically rhinoplasty. Dr. Nassif is a member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Nassif has also appeared on numerous media outlets to discuss cosmetic surgery. His work has been featured on Entertainment Tonight, Good Morning America, People, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, and The Wall Street Journal. Nassif is best known for co-hosting the E! reality series Botched with Dr. Terry Dubrow. The plastic surgery-themed show premiered on June 24, 2014 and has aired for four seasons. He has also appeared on E!'s Dr. 90210, and the first three seasons of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, on which his ex-wife Adrienne Maloof was a main cast member. In October 2015, the eight-episode spin-off series of Botched was announced entitled Botched by Nature. The show premiered on August 9, 2016, starring both Dubrow and Nassif.

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