List of Celebrities
Gopal Saini
Olympics Gold Medel & Arjuna award

Jaipur , Rajasthan , India
Gopal Saini ( b 1954- ) is a former athlete of India. He still holds national record in men 3000 meter Steeplechase event established at Tokyo in 1981 with timing of 8.30.88 minutes. He participated in Men's 5000 race at 1980 Olympics.[1] He hails from Rajasthan. He was conferred Arjuna award in 1981 for his achievements.
Baljit ("Baljeet") Singh Saini
honored by the Indian Community of Fresno, CA

Ropar, Punjab)
Rupnagar , Punjab , India
Baljit ("Baljeet") Singh Saini (born August 12, 1976 in Ropar, Punjab) is a field hockey defender and midfielder from India who made his international debut for the Men's National Team in 1995 during the Indira Gandhi Gold Cup. Baljit Singh Saini represented his native country at two consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia, where India finished in eighth place. His older brother Balwinder Singh was also a field hockey international for India. Baljit has won many awards. In June 2008 he vistied the USA again, while participating in tournaments. He participated in many tournaments throughout the USA, visiting many different states and cities during his triumphut run. Baljit also has family who resides in Fresno, California (USA) and he was honored by the Indian Community of Fresno, CA. In an event organized by Rama Kant Dawar and Paramjit Singh Mond, hosted by Kam Nigam, Baljit received an Honorary Recognition Award for his successes.
Rupa Saini
Arjuna Award

Ajitgarh (Mohali) , Punjab , India
Saini Sisters is a popular epithet used for three sisters from Punjab who were international field hockey players, Rupa Saini, Krishna Saini and Prema Saini. At one time Saini sisters dominated woman's hockey in India and in the test series against Japan in 1970 all three sisters played together for India. Rupa Saini had a particularly successful career. She donned the Indian colours in the 1974 France and 1978 Madrid World Cups, apart from earning nearly 200 Test caps both in India and abroad. She also played in the 1979 world championships held in Vancouver. She also went on to win the prestigious Arjuna Award . Prema Saini, Rupa's elder sibling, was decorated with Maharaja Ranjit Singh Award by the Punjab government. Rupa Saini later went on earn a doctoral degree and was employed as a senior lecturer with the Government College of Physical Education in Patiala. She has also been in the past appointed as a manager of the senior Indian team by the Indian Women Hockey Federation (IWHF)
Satnam Saini
123 Dumaresq St Campbell town Post Code 2560
Amritsar , Punjab , India
Angela Saini
Association of British Science Writers Award

London, England
London , London , United Kingdom
Angela Saini (born 25 October 1980 in London, England) is a British science journalist and author. Her first book Geek Nation: How Indian Science is Taking Over the World was published on 3 March 2011 by Hodder & Stoughton in the UK, and by Hachette in the Indian sub-continent in April 2011. She has been published in Science, Wired, The Guardian and New Scientist and is a frequent presenter on BBC radio, for shows including Material World and More or Less. She was named European Junior Science Writer of the Year in 2009 by the Euroscience Foundation, and won the Association of British Science Writers Award for best news story in 2012. Saini is a former reporter for BBC London News, the BBC's regional television news programme covering Greater London. In 2008, she carried out an investigation into bogus universities, tracking down the head of the Irish International University, which was broadcast on the BBC TV's flagship Ten O'Clock News, BBC News 24 and BBC World. The report won a Prix Circom Award for regional television journalism in Europe. Saini has a Masters degree in engineering science from the University of Oxford and is a former ITN news trainee. She was awarded a Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at MIT in 2012.
Angela Saini
Best Female Artist
Ajmer , Rajasthan , India
“Whatever Angela Saini is doing, she’s doing it right. Her attitude, style, body language and voice are so classy and feminine, yet so rock star at the same time.” Lithium Magazine, Vanessa Markov Singing from the womb, Angela picked up the guitar at 14 and started writing songs in between teaching herself Nirvana covers. In the backdrop of Calgary, AB, her Austrian mother and Indian father drove her to gigs as she began strumming her brand of pop-folk at local clubs, breaking into the local music scene before she had finished her first year of high school. Playing in pop/rock outfit Supernal that took her across the continent a few times, performing at festivals alongside bands like Evanescence and Sum 41, she garnered enough experience and road cred to move to Canada’s biggest city. Her recent band Drive Faster appeared in "Master Tracks" on AUX TV with Moe Berg and Laurence Currie at Metalworks Studio. Berg described the process as a “homerun” and during the episode says, “The vocalist is just so outstanding. You almost get a rush when you are recording someone like that.” With a notebook full of songs and frequent gigging as an acoustic solo artist, Angela decided to take her songs electric and got the attention of Johnny Fay, drummer for The Tragically Hip. Demo sessions together resulted in pre-production for a solo record. Runner-up for “Best Female Artist” in the 2010 International Acoustic Music Awards for her song Nurse Me Back to Health (Dear Diary), the debut EP "Cake and Callouses" was released April 2012
Antara Mali
Gajraula, Uttar Pradesh, India
Jyotiba Phule Nagar , Uttar Pradesh , India
Antara Mali has come a long way from the bordering-on-plump girl of Mast to the bold and spunky heroine of Road. Her dad is the renowned commercial photographer Jagdish Mali and her mother is a theatre actress. Her grandfather, Shantanu Mali was a painter. With a legacy like this, it was only natural that Antara Mali would take to the arts, though it was films that interested her. But it has been a roller-coaster ride for Antara till now who made her debut in a low-budget film called Dhoondte Reh Jaonge, which went unnoticed. To Antara's dismay, her second film Dum Dum Diga Diga was shelved half-way through. Her next break came with a Telugu film, Prem Katha directed by Ramgopal Verma, who later ensured her a slot in her first hindi film Mast. After this, she became a staple feature in Ram Gopal Varma’s movies, the next one being Company in which she played a complex and a deep character. Antara has loads of talent, and there can be no greater personality than Amitabh to testify. He was so impressed by her performance in 'Company' that he called her personally, and congratulated her. Her next release was the offbeat Road, which saw her transformation into a sizzling, bold and sexy Antara, with an enviably perfect figure to drool over. How did Antara manage the transition, considering bread and potatoes are her favourite foods? “Yoga,” she says, simply. Antara is most famous for her role of Madhuri in 'Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti Hoon' which was her way of paying a tribute to the legendary actress Madhuri Dixit who remained Antara’s icon for years. From pomfrets and shrimps to a vegetarian, Antara loves typical Maharashtrian food, vada pav being her favourite. “But dessert is a must”, says the spice girl with a sweet tooth who loves chocolate mousse and cheesecake. Mature beyond her years, spontaneous and sensitive, it's difficult to ignore Antara. Her latest release ‘Gayab’ saw her looking hot in her skimpy outfits giving other bold babes a run for their money. With the projects pouring in, Antara Mali will be seen in a mix of meaningful and entertaining films, including Anurag Kashyap’s Gulaal and soon to be released Naach with Abhishek Bachchan. Eventually, she plans to move into film direction. The lissome lasso is much more than you see. Inside the good girl, who sports an 'Om' tattoo on her arm, resides a naughty nymphet, who also sports a devil tattoo on her curvaceous body. Where? Keep guessing!
Flora Asha Saini 'Mayuri'
Chandigarh, Haryana, India
Chandigarh , Chandigarh , India
Flora Asha Saini is an Indian film actress and model. She predominantly works in Telugu film industry, but has appeared in a number of Kannada, Tamil and Hindi productions as well. Since her debut in Prema Kosam (1999), she has acted in over 50 films and co-starred with noted actors including Rajinikanth, Vijaykanth, Prabhu, Karthik, Balakrishna, Venkatesh, Jagapati Babu and Rajasekhar
Gunjan Saini
Miss Supranational 2012 Finallist Rank Top 2

Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
Agra , Uttar Pradesh , India
Media consultant with a PR agency
Naveen Saini
New Delhi
New Delhi , Delhi , India
Nitin Saini
Wicket Keeper Kings XI Punjab

Rohtak, Haryana, India
Rohtak , Haryana , India
Priyanka Srivastav Saini
Jaipur , Rajasthan , India
Shapinder Saini
Amritsar , Punjab , India
Tarsame Singh Saini
Singer, composer, actor

Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom
London , London , United Kingdom
Tarsame Singh Saini aka Taz (Stereo Nation) born 23 May 1967, Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom), is a British singer, composer and actor of Indian descent. He is the lead singer of the pop band Stereo Nation which was formed in 1996. Formerly known as Johnny Zee, he is credited with being the pioneer of cross-cultural Asian fusion music.
Khushboo Saini
"The Girl on Flying Wheels"

Chandigarh , Chandigarh , India
Khushboo Saini is a teenager if age is calculated by days and years, and a veteran if the calculation goes through by medals, trips to victory podium, hours spend on vigorous exercise and maturity sprinkled when on skates. Khushboo is a current Indian National Roller Skating (speed ) champion and the fastest Indian women on skates. She was barely 15 when she waves the tri color of India on the victor podium for the Bronze medal in the 9th Asian Roller Skating Championship in Taiwan in year 2001. This all has made her incomparable skater. She is a skater of class, which is not only to be analyzed by reading the length of this article, but also to be analyzed by going behind the article in search of her dedication, devotion and commitment for skating. Khushboo (18) a resident of Faridabad, India, is a student of Gargi College (Delhi University ), pursuing B.A Pass (1st year ). She started skating at the age of 9, in 1996. This was the first time when her legs took a ride on wheels driven by her feet. Gradually with a pace of time her skates has turned her from beginner to amateur, she start taking a interest in the game and taking a early rise, she participated in her first National, 34th National Roller Skating Championship in Patiala, in year 1996. Though her name was not in the medal tally, Khushboo never gave up and make her self good of every championship. Quest to explore world has moved her to the victory podium for 3 bronze medals very next year , in Pune Nationals. Her hunger not merely stopped to these 3 medals, and by the time she has achived the three big "D" - dedication, discipline and determination- which is needed for an athlete to be a champion. In the year 1998 in Vishakhapatnam National roller skating championship she make her self rich by adding 3 silver and 2 bronze medal in her kitty. Now it was the year 1999, when every body was worried about Y2K problems, she was busy in preparing herself to hold the pride of Indian color. In this year at 14, she was selected for the first time to represent India in the 8th Asian Championship in China. From this championship her domination started as she was selected in India squad at no 1 position. In China she had the experience of participating in 300 mts. Time Trial, 1000 mts. and in 3000 mts., and placed her self to 5th, 8th and 6th position respectively. In championship she was not able to place her self in victory bracket, but she left a mark by becoming the fastest Indian women skater on foreign tracks by clocking 31.70 sec in 300 mts. Time Trial. After coming from China, she latter participated in 37th National Roller Skating Championship in Chandigarh and became the National champion by clinching 4 gold medals. Year 2000, we all stepped in to a new spectrum, where victory can easily be viewed. In this year in Faridabad Nationals she retains her title by crossing the finish line for 4 times at first spot. In the same championship which was held in her home town,
Rakesh Kumar Saini

Jhunjhunu , Rajasthan , India
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