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  gurpreet sidhu : the soul proprietor     sunny : the man with the silver shirt
chery : the counsellor with blue spectacles   orijit : bringin chaos to an orderly world.   meeta : the mistress of dyes
simran : the girl with the far-away eyes. nicky : crafting magic from the images of streets.   Dharmender : the kite paper man  
  annie : the mastermind   ajmal : the original t-shirt painter. salil : have wheels, will travel.
  manohar : the jharkhandi tantric.     rajuji : bringing order to a chaotic world.
sutanu : paradise eye-catcher. raghunath : rangrez   arpana : the gazelle who runs up and down.  
ritu : the flexible backbone.   govind : master craftsman of the people tree.   shakeel : taking theatre to the streets.
  shahid : all he touches turns gold.   dabu : batik, blues and booze.  
rajkumar : jhooth kahe ko bole ?   sonia : the smiling queen of crochette. arjun : would like to get lost. chetan : living life on the edge.

Annie the trimurtianiruddha sen gupta

“This website would certainly never have come into being without the many-dimensioned inputs of Aniruddha (Annie to most, my brother Chotte to me.) He was the first person, who – more than four years ago – first planted the seed in our minds. Today, the conception, execution and management of PeopleTreeOnline all bear the imprint of his 'minds-on' style of work.
"As consummate a multimedia designer as can be dreamt of, Annie's 'B.Tech' background, wide-ranging interests (he's actually won that BBC Mastermind quarter-finals trophy he's holding in the photo), even his large appetite for murder mysteries and science fiction – all contribute a special measure of depth to his work.
This website is one of several challenging projects that he handles at Splash! – a design and communications firm – of which he is a founding partner.”

By the end of a four-year course on Aeronautical Engineering from IIT Madras, Annie had figured out that his thing in life was writing. He joined a Delhi city magazine, City Scan, as a reporter, and discovered to his eventual delight that the job also involved looking after the various corporate communications activities the publishing agency, Media Workshop, undertook. Over time, having been through the editorial, multimedia, Internet and design departments of MW, he quit as Creative Director to start his own firm, Splash! Communications, in partnership with Salil Chaturvedi. Through Splash!, the two of them intend to use their communications design skills to further the cause of social issues close to their heart.