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Rotary International

District 3150 Directory

Ian Riseley J Abraham
RI President District Governor

District Advisor
PDG Dr. Ravi vadlamani

Best Wishes to

PDG Dr. Ravi Vadlamani and PDG Rajyalakshmi
on being honoured as Arch Klump Society Member

District Advisor
PDG Dr. T Vijendra Rao

PDG Dr. T Vijendra Rao & Mrs. Subhashini

DG at International Assembly
DG at International Assembly

Vision 2020 Seminar
DG with PRID Kalyan Banerjee

DG son’s marriage
New arrival to DG family (Grandson) Pradham

Wedding Moments
With Parents & Siblings

DG honouring his mother
DG family with siblings

Rotary Leaders at Disha, Mumbai


District Governor
Rotary International President


Name .......................................................................................................

Rotary Club of .........................................................................................

Classification ...........................................................................................

Club / District Office held ......................................................................

Mailing Address ......................................................................................


Phone ................................................................ Mobile ........................

E-mail .......................................................................................................

(This directory meant for the personal use of Rotarians only. It is not for general distribution,
neither it is to be used as a commercial mailing list. Rotarians will not use this directory nor
make it possible for anyone else to use it for non-Rotary purposes)




Office Address Thapar House, (2nd Floor, Central Wing)

Telephone Nos. 124 Janpath, New Delhi 110001
Fax Nos.
Office Timings: (91-11) 42250101 - 05

(91-11) 42250191 & 42250192
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Lunch timings: 1:00 - 1:30 p.m.)
Open on all days except Saturdays, Sundays &
Gazetted Holidays

Name Telephone E-mail
Nos. (Direct)

Rajeev Ranjan 42250101 [email protected]
Regional Head-South Asia

Bejoy Samuel 43613838 / 42250156 [email protected]
Manager, RITS-India

Abha Mathur 42250101 [email protected]

Secretary to Regional Head-South Asia

HR & Administration (incl. Publications)

Shamik Mani 42250111 [email protected]
Sr. Manager, HR & Admn.

Ajay Goyal 42250105 [email protected]
Manager, HR & Admn

Rajesh Anand 42250144 [email protected]
Assistant Manager, Stewardship

Khayali Upadhyay 42250114 [email protected]

Ramchander 42250115 [email protected]

Club & District Support (CDS)

Jatinder Singh 42250102 [email protected]
Manager, CDS

Joseph Thomas 42250126 [email protected]
Coordinator, CDS

Daman Baweja 42250122 [email protected]
Coordinator, CDS

Bhupinder Bindra 42250124 [email protected]
Correspondent, CDS

Charanjit Makin 42250125 [email protected]
Correspondent, CDS

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Financial Services (FS)

Rashi Varshney 42250103 [email protected]
Manager, FS [email protected]
[email protected]
Nidhi Khanna 42250132 [email protected]
Assistant Manager, FS [email protected]
[email protected]
Subhash Agarwal 42250134 [email protected]
Coordinator, FS [email protected]
[email protected]
Neelu Kaushik 42250135
Coordinator, FS [email protected]
[email protected]
Sumit Sharma 42250133
Correspondent, FS [email protected]
[email protected]
Rahul Chitkara 42250136
Correspondent, FS [email protected]
[email protected]
Ruma Mondal 42250139 [email protected]
Assistant, FS [email protected]
[email protected]
Mukesh Kumar Choubey 42250169
Assistant, FS

Neha Sharma 42250137
Assistant, FS

The Rotary Foundation (TRF)

Sanjay Parmar 42250104
Sr. Manager, TRF

Jayashree Raveendiran 42250142
Manager, TRF

Shakuntala Raha
Manager, International Fundraising 42250147

Hema Gupta 42250149
Annual Giving Officer

Nida Hasan
Program Officer-India WASH in Schools

Target Challenge 42250145

Ashwini Sharma 42250143
Coordinator, TRF

Roy Oommen John 42250146
Coordinator, TRF

Sumit William 42250150
Coordinator, TRF (Grants)

Manju Joshi 42250148
Assistant, TRF

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District Governor Rotary International President

J Abraham Ian HS Riseley

3-2-184/4A, Vidya Nagar, One Rotary Centre,
Kothagudem - 507101, 1560, Sherman Avenue, Evanston

Bhadadri Dist. Telangana State Illinois -60201-3698, USA
Tel: 98856 65447 Phone : +1 847-866-3000

[email protected]

District Secretary RI South Asia Office

M Satyanarayana Thapar House, 2nd Floor,
Central Wing, 124, Janpath
H.No. 9-1-130/1, BSSE Nilayam,
Madhura Basthi, Kothagudem New Delhi - 110 001
Bhadadri Dist, Telangana State Tel: 011 - 42250191 - 05

Tel : 9394611696
[email protected]

District Chairman Awards Rotary News Trust
Bibo Srinivasa Rao Rasheeda Bhagat, Editor

Plot # 309/A, Flat #102, Dugar Towers, 3rd Floor
MLA Colony,Rd No. 12, No.34, Marshalls Road, Egmore
Banjara Hills, Hyderabad - 34
Chennai - 600008
Tel : 98496 96001 Tel: 044-28528818,42147094
[email protected] [email protected]

District Treasuer Editor - GML
Raavi Srinivasa Rao
M. Venkateswara Rao Flat N0.59, SBH Colony,
Trimulgerry, Seunderabad -500015
3-2-184/4A, Vidya Nagar,
Kothagudem - 507101, Tel : 9848023623
[email protected]
Bhadadri Dist. Telangana State GML Email:[email protected]
Tel: 9701757345

[email protected]

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Arch C. Klumph was born on 6 June 1869 in Conneaut
Ville, Pennsylvania, USA. His family moved to Cleveland,
Ohio, when he was a child. Klumph left school when he
was 12 years old and took a job to help support his family
in 1884, at the age of 15, he started in the lumber
business. When he was 18, he accepted a position as
an office boy at Cuyahoga lumber company, where he
would later become president and eventually, sole owner.

Musically gifted, Klumph took up the flute at age 16 and later co-chartered the
Cleveland Symphony orchestra, where he performed for 17 years. He served as a
community leader in a variety of cultural and professional organizations in the
Cleveland area. he and his wife, Eva, had two daughters: Kathryn Mc Guire and
Mary Watson.

Arch C. Klumph joined the Rotarian Club of Cleveland in 1911 and was appointed its
President in 1913. In 1916, he was elected as the sixth President of Rotary
International. Klumph was selected as one of its first Trustees, serving as chairman
from 1928 to 1934.

Klumph is the first Rotary leader to propose a foundation, he eloquently promoted
"Endowments for the purpose of doing good in the world " at the 1917 Rotary
Convention in Atlanta, Georgia.

Klumph is the first Rotary leader to propose a foundation, he eloquently promoted
"Endowments for the purpose of doing good in the world " at the 1917 Rotary
Convention in Atlanta, Georgia.

Klumph passed away on 3 June 1951 at the age of 81, but his influence still echoes
though his beloved Foundation and the many Rotarians who are tirelessly dedicated
to advancing world understanding, goodwill, and peace. His vision has grown into
an impressive reality, and we are able to witness all of the good works the Flundation
has produced in over 200 countries and geographical areas throughout the world.

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President 2017-18
Rotary Club of Sandringham
Victoria, Australia

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RI President 2017-18

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Rotary Club of Karur, India

Chockalingam Basker holds degrees in Commerce and Law from
the University of Madras, where he was bestowed the ‘Rt. Hon’ble
Madhavan Nair Award’ for the best overall performance in law.
An entrepreneur by profession, Basker has built his firm VNC group
of companies from scratch into one of the largest industrial houses,
located in Karur, Tamilnadu employing 1000+ employees.
His company deals with manufacturing and distribution of welding
electrodes. Basker has received several awards from various social
organisations. He was also given the ‘Best Small Scale Entrepreneur
Award’ by the Tamil Nadu Government during the year 1986.

Basker is an avid Bridge player and a lover of wildlife, he has keen
interest in conservation. He is married to Malathi and they have
two sons, Gokul and Goutham who are well educated and settled.

He is President of the Karur Industrial Estate Entrepreneurs
Association, District Cricket Association, the Basketball Club and
the Volleyball Association and was the Secretary of the Karur
District Chamber of Commerce. He is member of commerce
bodies such as the Regional Advisory Committee to the
Collector of Central Excise, Tiruchirapalli and the Public Grievance
Committee set up by the Commissioner of Central Excise and
Customs office, located in Tiruchirapalli, Tamil nadu South India.

A Rotarian since 1988, he is a member of RC Karur, D 3000.
He served as Governor in 2000–2001 and in recognition of his
contribution for advancing the cause of Rotary, he was awarded
Citation for Meritorious Service’ by The Rotary Foundation.

Basker was the Chairman for the Rotary Institute 2013 held at
Singapore and member of the RI’s Membership Development
and Retention Committee for 2014–15. He serves as Rotary
Coordinator for Zone V for 2013–16. He is second Benefactor of
the District, his father being the first, and a Level II Major Donor.

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RI Director 2017-19

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Abraham Jammulamudi

Home Club : Rotary club of Kothagudem

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Ramesh Vangala

Rotary club of Ameerpet

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Sivannarayana Rao

Rotary Club of Guntur (Vikas)

Sivannarayana Rao, a member of the Rotary Club of Guntur Vikas, has
been unanimously elected as District Governor of R.I District 3150 for
2019-20, is the chairman of St.Xavier’s Educational Institutions founded
in 1983. A Rotarian since 2003, Shiva got actively involved in all the Rotary
avenues of service and held many leadership positions both at the club
and district level. Elected as club President in 2006; he has served as
Convenor/Chairman of many district seminars. His keen interest in
knowing more about Rotary International journeyed him to be a facilitator
at most of the district and regional level seminars/trainings/ workshops
since 2008. He was a part of the host committee – 2012 Rotary Zone
Institute (Hyderabad), 2013 Rotary South Asia Summit and was invite to
be Seargent-at Arms at 2012 R.I Convetion (Bangkok). Siva has passion
towards membership and promoting The Rotary Foundation. He was
instrumental in forming 4 new Rotary Clubs in Guntur and Prakasam region
of District 3150. He received many awards and recognitions for his
commendable He is now a member of the Paul Harris society but his
contribution to TRF as EREY member then Paul Harris Member holding
2 sapphires. He is actively involved in many TRF matching grants and
been a primary contact for School benches and RO Treatment plants.
Shiva is happily married to Annapurna in 1981 who is a Science Graduate
looking into the school management. They are blessed with a son
Thansen who happens to be past DRR, PHF and now a Rotarian and a
daughter Writcha blessed with 2 daughters.

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Object of Rotary
Rotary Strategic Planning - Goals

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Silvster Schiele Paul P. Harris Hiram E. Shorey Gustavus H. Loehr


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During World War II, many clubs were forced to disband, while others
stepped up their service efforts to provide emergency relief to victims
of the war. In 1942 looking ahead to the postwar era, Rotarians called
for a conference to promote international educational and cultural
exchanges. This event inspired the founding of UNESCO.In 1945, 49
Rotary club members served in 29 delegations to the UN Charter
As it approached the 21st century, Rotary worked to meet society’s
changing needs, expanding its service efforts to address such pressing
issues as environmental degradation, illiteracy, world hunger, and children
at risk. In 1989, the organization voted to admit women into clubs
worldwide. Today, women are an integral part of Rotary's membership
After the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the dissolution of the Soviet Union,
Rotary clubs were formed or re-established throughout Central and Eastern
Europe. The first Russian Rotary club was chartered in 1990, and the
organization underwent a growth spurt for the next several years. In honor
of that first club, Rotarians have preserved its original meeting place,
Room 711in Chicago's Unity Building, by re-creating the office as it existed
in 1905. in 1993, the RI Board of Directors set aside a permanent home for
the restored Room 711 on the 16th floor of RI World Headquarters in
nearby Evanston. Today, 1,2 million Rotarians belong to over 32,000
Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical Regions.

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At the 1917 convention, outgoing RI President Arch C. Klumph proposed to
set up an endowment "for the purpose of doing good in the World".

In 1928, it was renamed The Rotary Foundation, and it became a distinct
entity within Rotary International.

Rotary Foundation Milestones :

1917 At the Rotary convention in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Rotary President
Arch Klumph proposes the establishment of an endowment "for the
purpose of doing good in the world".

1917 The endowment receives its first donation: $26.50 from the Rotary Club
of Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

1928 The Rotary Foundation is formally named and the first trustees are

1930 The Foundation awards its first grant: $500 to the International Society
for Crippled Children (Easter Seals).

1947 Rotary founder Paul Harris dies. Rotarians will contribute more than
$1 million to the Foundation in his memory in the 18 months following
his death.

1947 The Rotary Foundaton launches its first program: scholarships for
international graduate study (Ambassador's Scholarships)

1951 Arch Klumph dies as the Foundation is approaching the $3 million mark.
1957 Paul Harris Fellow recognition is instituted.
1965 The Group Study Exchange and Special Grants

(later called Matching Grants) are launched.
1978 The health, Hunger; and Humanity (3-H) Program is created.
1979 For its 3-H project, Rotary immunizes more than 6 million children in the

Philippines against polio.
1980 The 3-H committee recommends 2005 as the target date for

eradicating polio worldwide. The Council on Legislation endorses a
proposal to "eliminate polio through immunization".
1981 The Rotary Foundation Endowment for World Understanding and
Peace is established.
1988 At the Rotary convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Rotary announces that the Polio Plus compaign, which aimed to raise
$120 million, had in fact raised almost $220 million.
1988 Spurred by Rotary's fundraising success, the World Health Assembly
sets a goal of worldwide polio eradication and launches the Global
Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI)
1993 The 500 millionth child is immunized against polio through the efforts
of GPEI.

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1994 The Western Hemisphere is declared polio-free.
1995 The Polio Plus Partners program is created to support

National Immunization Days.
1999 The Rotary Peace Centers are founded. The inaugural Class of Rotary

Peace Fellows will begin studies in the fall of 2002.
1999 The Trustees create the Bequest Society, which recognizes those who

leave at least $10,000 to The Rotary Foundation.
2000 The Western Pacific region is declared polio-free.
2002 The Foundation runs a one-year polio eradication fundraising

campaign, which raises $130 million, far surprassing its goal of
$80 million.
2002 The European region is declared polio-free.
2002 The Rotary Foundation receives the $1 million Gates Award for
Global Health from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
2004 The Trustees establish the Every Rotarian, Every Year initiative,
designed to inspire all Rotarians to contribute to the Annual Fund
every year.
2004 The Trustees recognize that the Foundation needs to update its grant
model. They begin to formulate what will become the Future Vision pilot.
2004 The Trustees found the Arch Klumph Society to recognize individuals,
couples, and organizations that have contributed $250,000 or more to
The Rotary Foundation.
2007 The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation issues Rotary $100 million
challenge grant to raise funds for polio eradication.
2009 The Gates Foundation gives Roatry an additional $255 million for
polio eradication work and increases the challenge to $200 million,
matching every $1 Rotary raises with $3.55.
2009 Rotary Partners with USAID to launch the International H20
Collaboration to improve drinking water, sinitation; and hydiene.
2010 The three-year trial of a new grant model, called the Future Vision
pilot, begins. One hundred districts. participante.
2012 Rotary meets and exceeds the $200 million challenge that the
Gates Foundation issued in 2009; it has raised $228 million for
polio eradication.
2013 The Gates Foundation offers to match Rotary's contributions for polio
eradication 2-to-1 up to $35 million per year for five years. Rogary
takes the challenge under the banner of End Polio New: Make History
2013 The Future Vision pilot concludes; and the Foundation adopts the
new grant model worldwide. The Matching Grants, District Simplified
Grants, Ambassadorial Scholars, and Group Study Exchange
programmes are discontinued.
2014 India Polio-Free
2016-17 Rotary Celebrates the 100th year of The Foundation.

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R I Presidents:-

1. Nitish C. Laharry, Kolkata R.I. President 1962-63
2. Rajendra K. Saboo. Chandigarh R.I. President 1991-92
3. Kalyan Banerjee, Vapi R.I. President 2011-12

R I Directors:-

1. Sir Frederick James, Madras R.I. Director 1933-34
2. Shapporjee B. Billimoria, Bombay R.I. Director 1942-43
3. Nitish C. Laharry, Kolkata R.I. Director 1954-55
4. Krishna Prasad, Delhi R.I. Director 1961-63
5. Edul C. Eduljee, Nagpur R.I. Director 1973-75
6. Soli S. Pavri, Bombay R.I. Director 1977-79
7. Rajendra K. Saboo. Chandigarah R.I. Director 1981-83
8. Manohar L. Manchanda, Faridabad R.I. Director 1984-86
9. Sudarshan Aggarwal, Delhi R.I. Director 1987-89
10. M.K. Panduranga Setty, Bangalore R.I. Director 1991-93
11. T. Ramesh U. Pai, Manipal R.I. Director 1992-94
12. Kalyan Benerjee, Vapi R.I. Director 1995-97
13. O.P. Vaish, Delhi R.I. Director 1999-01
14. Dr. P.C. Thomas R.I. Director 2001-03
15. Sushil Gupta, Delhi R.I. Director 2003-05
16. Ashok Mahajan, Mumbai R.I. Director 2007-09
17. Y.P. Das, Ambala R.I. Director 2011-13
18. Shekhar Mehta, Kolkata R.I. Director 2011-13
19. PT Prabhakar, Chennai R.I. Director 2013-15
20. Manoj Desai, Vadodara R.I. Director 2015-17
21. C. Bhaskar, Karur R.I. Director 2017-19


1. O.P. Vaish, Delhi TRF Trustee 1991-94
2. Rajendra K. Saboo, Chandigarh Chair, TRF 1996-97
3. Kalyan Banerjee, Vapi TRF Trustee 2001-05
4. Ashok Mahajan, Mumbai TRF Trustee 2009-13
5. Sushil Gupta, New Delhi TRF Trustee 2014-18

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Interact was born in 1962 and it is a service and social club for young
people ages 12-18. each club is sponsored by a Rotary Club, which guides
the interactors in developing local and international service projects.
Interact clubs are self-governing and self-supporting, offering many opportunities for
members to develop valuable leadership and teamwork skills. Interact clubs can be school
based or community based. Each Interact club is required to complete at least two major
service projects annually, one to serve the community and another to promote international


Rotaract is an international program for adults ages 18 to 30 who want to
make a difference. It was founded in 1968 by Rotary International. Rotaract
clubs enable Rotaractors to grow personally and professionally, address
community needs and promote international understanding through friendship and service.
Rotaract clubs can be college or community based. Each Rotaract club concentrates on
professional development, leadership development and service project.


The RCC is a Rotary club sponsored association of service minded adults
who are not Rotarians but are willing to work together in the spirit of self-
reliance to meet the needs of the community. Rotarians extend ideas of
Rotary via RCC. The RCC takes Rotary service to the remotest corners not touched by
Rotary. The RCC extends Rotary service. RCC programmes have opened a new field of
Rotary activity that underscores the use of leadership development with local resources
and appropriate technology.


Rotarians who share common interests in recreational and vocational
activities are encouraged to associate themselves in fellowship groups.
The fellowship provides the members the opportunity to have a little fun
while doing good deeds. Each fellowship is a forum through which Rotarians interact with
people with similar interests regardless of the language they speak or cultures they belong,
to get together, to enjoy each others company. Fellowships provide incentive and reason
for people to stay in Rotary.

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Rotary Friendship Exchange is Rotary’s International exchange program
for Rotarians and their families. Friendship Exchange provides
participants an opportunity to experience other cultures by staying in the homes of Rotarians
in other countries. The program aims to advance international understanding and peace
through personal contact across borders while developing inter club relationships for
fellowship and service projects.


Youth Exchange provides thousands of young people (ages 15-19) with
the opportunity to meet people from other lands and experience their
cultures. The mission of Rotary Youth Exchange is to plant the seeds of
international understanding. RI Board in the year 1972 had recommended
Youth Exchange. It is a worthwhile international activity that promotes
global peace and understanding.


Rotarians provide opportunities for leadership development, promotion of arts, culture,
sports and community service. RYLA programme provides an opportunity
to pass on the Rotary ideals of service to the Youth. RYLA focuses on
(1) Ethical leadership (2) Development of communication skills (3)
Problem solving (4) Conflict management (5) Responsibility of community
service and (6) Global citizenship. RYLA was conceived in the year 1959.


Until 1989 the constitution and bye-laws of Rotary International stated that Rotary Club
membership was for male only. In 1978 the Rotary Club of Duarte, California, invited three
women to become members. The RI board withdrew the charter of that club for violation of
the RI constitution. The club brought a suit against RI claiming a violation of a state civil
rights law that prevented discrimination of any form in business establishments or public
accommodations. The appeal court and the California Supreme Court supported the Duarte
position that Rotary could not remove the club’s charter merely for inducting women into
the club. The United stated Supreme Court upheld the California Court indicating that
Rotary clubs do have a ‘‘business purpose’’ and are in some ways public-type organizations.
This action in 1987 allowed women to become Rotarians in any jurisdiction having similar
‘‘Public accommodation’’ statues.

The RI constitutional change was made in the 1989 Council on Legislation with a vote to
eliminate the ‘male only’ provision for all of Rotary. Since that time, women have become
members and leaders of clubs and district throughout the world.

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1905 Chicago attorney Paul Harris Organized first Rotary meeting on 23 February,
leading to formation of the Rotary Club of Chicago.

1906 Rotary Club of Chicago provides a public toilet outside City Hall, Rotary’s
first community service project.

1910-11 Paul Harris elected first president of National Association of Rotary Clubs at
the first convention.

1911-13 Clubs formed in Canada, Great Britain and Ireland : organization name
changes to International Association of Rotary Clubs.

1915-16 Clubs chartered in Cuba, the first non-English speaking Rotary country.

1916-17 President Arch Klumph proposes establishing an endowment fund, precursor
of Rotary Foundation

1942-43 Rotary conference in London On education and cultural exchanges sets
stage for UNESCO.

1945-46 Forty-nine Rotarians help draft the UN Charter.

1946-47 Founder Paul Harris dies in Chicago, outpouring of funds from Rotarians
used to establish fellowship program.

1948-49 First Rotary Fellows study abroad, a precursor of Ambassadorial Scholars.

1962-63 First Interact club formed in Melbourne, Florida, USA. World Community
Service program launched.

1965-66 Special Grants (now Matching Grants) and Group Study Exchange Program

1967-68 First Rotaract Club formed in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

1978-79 Health, Hunger and Humanity (3H) Grants begin.

1979-80 Foundation Grant to immunize six million Philippine children against polio
sets stage for Polio Plus.

1984-85 Rotary launches Polio Plus program and campaigns to raise US$ 120 million
to immunize all the children of the world.

1987-88 Through the Polio Plus campaign, Rotarians raise US$ 247 million, First
women join Rotary.

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1988-89 Rotary returns to Hungary and Poland.
1994-95 Western Hemisphere declared polio-free.
1998-99 Rotary centers for International studies in peace and conflict resolution

2000-01 Western Pacific region declared polio-free.
2001-02 Europe declared polio-free.
2002-03 Rotary launches a second polio eradication fundraising campaign to

help fill a critical funding need. Rotarians raise over US$ 129 million
2004-05 Clubs celebrate Rotary centennial by launching hundreds of community

projects and contributing thousands of volunteer hours.
2006-07 Rotary Foundation recognizes the millionth Paul Harris Fellow.
2007-08 Rotary receives US$ 100 million grant from the gates Foundation to help

eradicate polio.
2008 Rotarians at the 2008 RI Convention set a Guinness world record for the

most books donated during a seven-day period. Exactly 242,624 books were
collected for public school students in Southern California and Southern
2009 Bill gates announces 255 million dollars donation for Polio plus program,
Rotary foundation launches Future Vision Plan.

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Year R.I. President R.I. Themes

1983 William E. Skelton ‘‘Share Rotary - Serve People’’
1985 Dr. Carlos Canseco ‘‘Discover a New World of Service’’
1987 Edwards F. Cadman ‘‘Your are the Key’’

1988 M.A.T. Caparas ‘‘Rotary Brings Hope’’
1990 Charles C. Keller ‘‘Rotarians-United in Service - Dedicated
1992 to Peace’’
Royce Abbey ‘‘Put Life into Rotary - Your Life’’
1995 Hugh M. Archer ‘‘Enjoy Rotary’’

1996 Paulo V.C. Costa ‘‘Honor Rotary with Faith and Enthusiasm’’
1998 Rajendra K. Saboo ‘‘Look Beyond Yourself’’
2000 Clifford L. Dochterman ‘‘Real Happiness is Helping Others’’
2002 Robert R. Barth ‘‘Believe in What You Do-
2004 Do What You Believe In’’
Bill Huntley ‘‘Be a Friend’’
2007 Herbert G. Brown ‘‘Act with Integrity, Serve with Love,
2009 Work for Peace’’
2011 Luis Vicente Giay ‘‘Build the Future with Action and Vision’’
2013 Glen W Kinross ‘‘Show Rotary Cares’’
2015 James Lacy ‘‘Follow Your Rotary Dream’’
Carlo Ravizza ‘‘Act with Consistency, Credibility, Continuity’’

Frank J Devlyn ‘‘Create Awareness, Take Action

Richard King ‘‘Mankind is Our Business’’

Bhichai Rattakul ‘‘Sow the Seeds of Love’’

Jonathan Majiyagbe ‘‘Lend a Hand’’

Glenn E Estess Sr. ‘‘Celebrate Rotary’’


Stenhammer ‘‘Service above Self’’

Bill Boyd ‘‘Lead the Way’’

Wilfrid Wilkinson ‘‘RotaryShares’’

D.K.Lee ‘‘Make Dreams Real’’

John Kenny ‘‘The Future of Rotary is in your Hands’’

Ray Klinginsmith ‘‘Building Communities, Bridging Continents’’

Kalyan Benerjee "Reach Within to Embrace Humanity"

Sakuji Tanaka "Peace Through Service"

Ron D Burton "Engage Rotary Change Lives"

Gary CK Huang "Light Up Rotary"

K.R. Ravindran "Be a Gift to the World"

John F Germ "Rotary Serving Humanity"

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Till 1956 there weren’t any themes as we know them today

Year R.I. President R.I. Themes

1956 Gain Paolo Lang ‘‘Keep Rotary Simple’’
‘‘More Rotary in Rotarians’’
1957 Charles G. Tennent ‘‘Learn More About Each Other’’
1958 Clifford A. Randall ‘‘Enlist-Extend-Explore-Serve’’
1959 Harold T. Thomas ‘‘Help Shape the Future’’
‘Vitalize! Personalize! Build Bridges of
1960 J. Edd Mc Laughlin
1961 Joseph A. Abey ‘‘You are Rotary-Live it! Express it!
Expand it!’’
1962 Nitish C. Laharry ‘‘Act, Aim for Action, Communication for
1963 Carl P. Miller Understanding Test of Leadership’’
‘‘Kindle the Spark Within’’
1964 Charles W. Pettengill ‘‘Meeting Rotary’s challenge in the
1965 C.P.H. Teenstra Space Age.’’
1966 Richard L. Evans ‘‘Live Rotary’’
1967 Luther H. Hodges ‘‘Action, Consolidation and Continuity’’
1968 Kiyoshi Togasaki ‘‘A Better World Through Rotary’’
1969 James F. Conway ‘‘Make your Rotary Membership Effective’’
1970 Williams E. Walk Jr. ‘‘Participate’’
1971 Ernest G. Breitholtz ‘‘Review and Renew’’
1972 Roy D. Hickman ‘‘Bridge the Gaps’’
1973 William C. Carter ‘‘Goodwill begins with You’’
1974 William R. Robbins ‘‘Let’s take a New Look - and Act.’’
1975 Ernesto Imbassahy ‘‘A Time for Action’’
de Mello ‘‘Renew the Spirit of Rotary’’
1976 Robert A Manchester II
1977 W. Jack Davis ‘‘To Dignify the Human Being’’
1978 Cleam Renouf ‘‘I Believe in Rotary’’
1979 James L. Bomar Jr. ‘‘Serve to Unite Mankind’’
1980 Rolf J Klarich ‘‘Reach Out’’
1981 Stanley E. McCaffrey ‘‘Let Service Light the Way’’
‘‘Take Time to Serve’’
1982 Hiroji Mukasa ‘‘World Understanding and Peace
through Rotary’’
‘‘Mankind is one - Build Bridges of
Friendship through the world’’

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RI leaders assigned to our district

ZONE 5 – Districts 2981, 2982, 3000, 3020, 3150, 3160, 3170, 3181, 3182,
3190, 3201,3202, 3211, 3212, 3220, 3231, 3232

Home Club : Rotary Club of Bangalore West
District : 3190
Phone: +91 98454 89604
Email: [email protected]

Rajendra Rai

Home Club : Rotary Club of Belgaum
District : 3170
Phone: +91 831 2482435
Email: [email protected]

Avinash Potdar

Home Club : Rotary Club of Tiruchirapalli
District : 3000
Phone: +91 431 4030833
Email: [email protected]

Rajadurai Micheal

Home Club : Rotary Club of Bng High Grounds
District : 3190
Phone: +91 9845639000
Email: [email protected]

Flt Lt Nagesh Kothanur

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RI leaders assigned to our district

Home Club : Rotary Club of Greater Hyderabad

District : 3150

Phone: +91 9848021462

Email: [email protected]

TVR Murti

Home Club : Rotary Club of Kakinad
District : 3020
Phone: +91 9848160008
Email: [email protected]

Lakkaraju Satyanarain

Home Club : Rotary Club of Dharwad Central
District : 3170
Phone: +91 9886341198
Email: [email protected]

Ganesh Bhat

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R.I. Theme :Look beyond HC : Karimnagar CL : Education–Training
Yourself DOB : 02 Aug DOW : 10 Dec

SP : Satyavathi DOB : 01 Sept

ADD : H.No. 2-5-6, Govind Nagar,

Gourishetty Tirupathi Karimnagar - 505 001, TS
PH : (R) 0878-2262475 (M) 92469 30475
1991-92 Mail :

R.I. Theme : Realhappiness is HC : Chandranagar-R.C. Puram CL : Water Pumps Mfrs.
helping others

DOB : 10 Aug DOW : 21 Nov

SP : (Late) Indira DOB : 06 Jan

ADD : 5-2-357, Hyder Basti

Vasanthroy C Vora Secunderabad - 500 003, TS
PH : (R) 040-27545626 (M) 92465 35626
1992-93 Mail : [email protected]

R.I. Theme : Be a friend HC : Narasaraopet CL : Pharma

K.P. Ranga Rao DOB : 15 Aug DOW : 29 May

1994-95 SP : Rajeswari DOB : 07 Apr

ADD : 12-2-4/2, Prakash Nagar,

Narasaraopet - 522 601, Guntur Dist., A.P.

PH : (R) 08647-230659 (M) 99631 55544

Mail : [email protected]

R.I. Theme : Show Rotary HC : Hyderabad CL : Solvent Extraction
DOB : 02 Nov DOW : 25 Jun
Prabhudayal Kedia
SP : Sharda DOB : 22 Aug
ADD : 19-2-226, Bharakpura, Miralam Tank Road

Hyderabad - 500 064, TS

PH : (R) 040-24478062 (M) 98490 00054

Mail : [email protected]

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R.I. Theme : HC : Guntur CL : Solvent Extraction
Take Time to Serve DOB : 02 Nov DOW : 18 Nov

SP : Satyavathi DOB : 01 Sep

ADD : 4-13-25/3, Koritepadu

Guntur - 522 007, Guntur Dist., A.P.

PH : (R) 0863-2232682 (M) 98481 21921

Maddi Jawaharlal Mail : [email protected]


R.I. Theme : HC : Guntur CL : Education
Rotarians - United in DOB : 17 Jun DOW : 09 Jun


SP : Yashodara DOB : 27 Oct

ADD : H.No. 5-40-14, 5/7, Brodiepet, Guntur - 522 002

Guntur Dist., A.P.

P.V. Narasimha Rao PH : (R) 0863-2240653 (M) 93941 06927
Mail :

R.I. Theme : HC : Hyderabad CL : Agriculture
DOB : 15 Jun DOW : 17 Apr
Put Life into Rotary- your life

SP : Sarala DOB : 13 May

ADD : Vecon Printers Pvt. Ltd.,12-5-32/5, Vijayapuri,

Lalaguda, Secunderabad - 500 017, TS

PH : (R) 040-27002222 (M) 92465 26266

M Ravindra Reddy Mail : [email protected]


R.I. Theme : Honor Rotary with HC : Chilakaluripet CL : Medicine
Faith & Enthusiasm DOB : 01 July DOW : 23 Aug

SP : Subbayamma DOB : 01 July

ADD : Vijaya Eye Hospital, 5-87-104, Laxmipuram

Guntur - 522 007, Guntur Dist., A.P.

PH : (R) 0863-2243186 (M) 9652411144

DR. C. SRIRAMA MURTHY Mail : [email protected]

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R.I. Theme : Follow your HC : Hyderabad Central CL : ISO Consultant
Rotary Dream
DOB : 08 Jan DOW : 16 May
A.V. Acharr
SP : Vedavathi DOB : 21 Sep
ADD : GD Kruparushi Apartments, Main Road,

West Maredpalli, Secunderabad - 500 026, TS

PH : (R) 040-27808081 (M) 93962 21700

Mail : [email protected]

R.I. Theme : Rotary 2000 - Act with HC : Secunderabad West CL : Surgery (General)
consistency, credibility and

DOB : 27 Nov DOW : 04 May

SP : Late Dr. T. Kameswari DOB :

ADD : 2-9-102, Brahman Wada, Next T.K.R. Memorial Girls

High School, Bhuvanagiri-508 116, Nalgonda Dt.

PH : (O) 08685-246046 (M) 98665 46333

Dr.T. Rangaiah Mail : [email protected]


R.I. Theme : Create HC : Hyderabad East CL : Inf. Tech. & Security Audits
awareness - Take action DOB : 23 Aug DOW : 01 Jun

SP : Padma DOB : 06 May

ADD : C-5, Skylark Apartments, 3-6-309, Bashirbagh

Hyderabad - 500 029, TS

PH : (R) 040-23244621 (M) 98490 23573

V. Jawahar Mail : [email protected]


R.I. Theme : Mankind is HC : Guntur CL : 28 Jun
our Business
DOB : 21 Jul DOW : 09 Nov
DR. Ravi Vadlamani
SP : Rajyalakshmi DOB : 09 Nov
ADD : Umamaheswara Rao & Co., ‘Samata’, 6th Lane

Main Road, Brodipet, Guntur - 522 002, A.P.

PH : (R) 0863-2355891 (M) 98481 32565

Mail : [email protected]

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R.I. Theme : Sow the Seeds

of Love HC : Nizamabad CL : Gen. Med. - Cardiology
DOW : 29 May
DOB : 13 Jun

SP : Kausalya DOB : 15 Oct

ADD : H.No. 5-7-624/26, Khaleelwadi,

Nizamabad - 503 003, TS

PH : (R) 08462-654326 (M) 98480 74826

Dr. C. Jalpath Rao Mail : [email protected]


R.I. Theme : Lend a Hand HC : Hyderabad East CL : Pharmaceutical Mfrs

J.A.S. Giri DOB : 25 Sep DOW : 12 Jun

2003-04 SP : Shobha Devi DOB : 05 Nov

R.I. Theme : Celebrate ADD : Sang Froid Industries Ltd., 815/A, Road No. 41,
Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad - 500 033, TS
Jashti Ranga Rao
PH : (R) 040-23550710 (M) 98490 12121
Mail : [email protected]
R.I. Theme : Service
Above self HC : Chilakaluripet CL : Rural Development

D. Goutham DOB : 05 Apr DOW : 17 Mar

2005-06 SP : Prameela DOB : 10 Sep

ADD : Director, ASSIST, G.T. Road, Chilakaluripet

Guntur Dist. - 522 616, A.P.

PH : (R) 08647-254123 (M) 98663 33896

Mail : [email protected]

HC : Nizamabad CL : CA

DOB : 31 Oct DOW : 12 Mar

SP : Neelima DOB : 09 Feb

ADD : 5-11-81/13, Pragathi Nagar

Nizamabad - 503 003, TS

PH : (R) 08462-234213 (M) 95424 75999

Mail : [email protected]

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R.I. Theme : Lead the Way HC : Jubilee Hills CL : Stock Broking

DOB : 02 Sep

ADD : M/S. Zen Securities Limited, 6-3-1219/61/1

201 NCR'S Subbamma Towers, Uma Nagar,

Begumpet, Hyderabad - 500 016

PH : (R) 040-23547458 (M) 98490 33150

P.Sambasiva Rao Mail : [email protected]


R.I. Theme : Rotary Shares HC : Kothagudem CL : Orthopaedic Surgeon

DOB : 04 Oct DOW : 19 Dec

SP : Subhashini DOB : 16 Jul

ADD : Sri Amruthadeepa Ortho Hospital, M.G. Road,

Kothagudem, Khammam Dist. - 507 101, TS

PH : (R) 08744-242066 (M) 98483 86166

Dr. T. Vijendra Rao Mail : [email protected]


R.I. Theme : Make Dreams

Real HC : Hanamkonda CL : Ophthamology
DOW : 04 Feb
DOB : 08 Jun

SP : Annapurna DOB : 12 Apr

ADD : Sharat Laser Eye Hospital, Kakatiya Colony,

Hanamkonda, Warangal - 506 011, TS

PH : (R) 0870-2448788 (M) 98490 58355

Dr. C. Sarat Babu Mail : [email protected]


R.I. Theme : The future of Rotary

is in your hands HC : Secunderabad CL : Income Tax Practice

DOB : 17 Dec DOW : 28 Jun

SP : Madhu DOB : 25 Jun

ADD : Sekhar & Suresh, 133/4, R.P. Road

Secunderabad - 500 003, TS

PH : (R) 040-27740735 (M) 98480 18951

C. Suresh Mail : [email protected]


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R.I. Theme : Building Communities HC : Guntur - Aadarsh CL : Pharma Distributor
Bridging Continents DOB : 09 Nov DOW : 28 Jun

SP : Ravi DOB : 21 Jul

ADD : "Samata" 6th Line, Main Road, Brodipet,

Guntur - 522 002, A.P.

PH : (R) 0863-2355891 (M) 99892 81666

V. Rajya Lakshmi Mail : [email protected]


R.I. Theme : Reach within to HC : Karimnagar CL : I.T. Practitioner
Embrace Humanity
DOB : 14 Aug DOW : 23 Jun
D.K. Anand
SP : Vijaya Kalyani DOB : 16 Feb
R.I. Theme : Peace through ADD : 9-1-358, ‘Madhava’ Building, Bhagath Nagar

Service Karimnagar - 505 001, TS

T.V.R. Murti PH : (R) 0878-2244337 (M) 98490 59506

2012-13 Mail : [email protected]

HC : Greater Hyderabad CL : School Management

DOB : 21 Apr DOW : 11 Nov

SP : Dr. Sashikala DOB : 07 Feb

ADD : Howard Public School, 3-6-568, Street No. 8,

Himayath Nagar, Hyderabad - 29

PH : (R) 040-23006550 (M) 098480 21462

Mail : [email protected]

R.I. Theme : Engage Rotary - HC : Guntur CL : Info. Systems Auditor
Change Lives
DOB : 26 Nov DOW : 05 Nov
Ch. Hari Krishna
SP : Sita DOB : 07 Jun
ADD : D.No. 3-28-18/63, 5th Line, Brindavan Gardens

Guntur - 522 006, A.P.

PH : (R) 0863-2354506 (M) 98661 01761

Mail : [email protected]

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R.I. Theme : “Light Up HC : Khammam CL : Legal Practitioner
DOB : Day After Dasara DOW : 15 Mar
Malladi Vasudev
SP : Ramani DOB : 24 Mar
ADD : ‘Haritha’, 11-4-63/A, Nehru Nagar
R.I. Theme : "Be a Gift to
the World" Khammam - 507 002

PH : (M) 94401 60166

Mail : [email protected]

HC : Hyderabad East CL : Construction

DOB : 17 Jul DOW : 23 Jan

SP : Sulochana DOB : 20 Feb

ADD : 1-2-56/54, Domalguda, Hyderabad - 500 029

PH : (R) 040-27616986 (M) 92465 20852

Mail : [email protected]

Gopinath Reddy Vedire HC : Chilakaluripet CL : Insurance Marketing
DOB : 03 Jul DOW : 30 Mar
R.I. Theme : Rotary Serving
Humanity SP : Siva Kumari DOB : 22 Jul

Ratna Prabhakar Anne ADD : 503, Sri Sai Residency, 9th Line, Pandaripuram

2016-17 Chilakaluripet - 522 616, Guntur Dist., A.P.

PH : (R) 08647 - 254546 (M) 98495 23275

Mail : [email protected]

District Governor HC : Kothagudem CL : Asso. Professor

Jammulamudi Abraham DOB : 09 Sep DOW : 22 May
SP : Sailaja DOB : 08 Jul

ADD : 3-2-184/4A, Vidya Nagar

Kothagudem - 507101, Khammam(D)., TS

PH : 98856 65447

Mail : [email protected]

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