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Khushroo Suntook

26-December-2008
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Khushroo Suntook

The governing council of the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) has appointed Khushroo Suntook as Chairman. He was earlier Vice Chairman of the Centre. The position of Chairman had been vacant since the passing away of NCPA Founder, Creator, Chairman and Trustee-In-Charge, Dr Jamshed J Bhabha, last year. Descended from a distinguished lineage of judges and lawyers, Suntook, although a qualified lawyer by training, decided to embark on a career in business. He was a founder of Bisleri India, and then he moved to the Tata Group in various senior capacities and still continues as a Director in some of the companies. In addition, Suntook is the founder of the first professional symphony orchestra in India. He has been a ranked tennis player with wide experience in the administration of sports.

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