However, as seemed obvious to most rational Indians, these were the eleven most talented cricket players available in India at the time. And this Amar-Amarjeet-Ardeshir-Akbar-Anthony team of Indians played with ‘much-needed team spirit’ to give India its first series win over England. (Truly sick people can do a caste analysis of which community scored the highest runs and which took the most wickets. The following link will lead to a randomly selected Scorecard  ) Another scorecard from 1960-61 might show four Parsis in the same test. Had Contractor not had his very unfortunate injury, there would have been many more tests with three Parsis.)
Advisory Committee : The advisory committee of the Nagpur Centre was formed way back in 1988, immediately after the 1988 National Convention of the Institute hosted by the Nagpur Centre. The objective behind the formation was that the Advisory Committee should act as trustees of the Nagpur Centre and its ratification of actions to be taken by the Executive Committee should be a must to have effective control over the activities, policy and finances of the Nagpur Centre. It was therefore decided that the committee will consist of Past Chairmen of the Nagpur Centre and the present Chairman will act as Secretary of the Committee. All major decisions of the Centre where policy and Finance matters are involved, concurrence of the Advisory Committee is obtained before such activities are taken up. Advisory Committee – 2015-17
The Journal of Quantitative Economics published a special issue in Rao's honour in 1991. "Dr Rao is a very distinguished scientist and a highly eminent statistician of our time. His contributions to statistical theory and applications are well known, and many of his results, which bear his name, are included in the curriculum of courses in statistics at bachelor's and master's level all over the world. He is an inspiring teacher and has guided the research work of numerous students in all areas of statistics. His early work had greatly influenced the course of statistical research during the last four decades. One of the purposes of this special issue is to recognise Dr Rao's own contributions to econometrics and acknowledge his major role in the development of econometric research in India."