Ajay Prabhakar Khare is an Indian bridge player AND director of Hybrid Cyber Solutions Private Limited.
Ajay Prabhakar Khare was born on Thursday, 2 July 1959 (age 64 years; as of 2023). His zodiac sign is Cancer. He completed his graduation in mechanical engineering from the Visvesvaraya Regional College of Engineering, Nagpur. Further, he completed his master’s degree in mechanical engineering from IIT Bombay. He currently lives in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Height (approx.): 5′ 7″
Weight (approx.): 65 kg
Hair Colour: Salt and pepper
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Ajay Khare is the director of Hybrid Cyber Solutions Private Limited, registered under (DIN 00846771) the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) and holding ₹100,000 in paid-up capital, the amount of money his company has received from shareholders in exchange for shares of stock. He represented India in the India Men’s Bridge Team at the 2018 Asian Games. He won the silver medal after defeating Hong Kong in the championship match. The bridge game is played in three principal forms: Rubber form, Chicago form, and Duplicate form. Four players compete against each other across the table, two against two as partners. A pack may be laid upside-down for each participant to choose a card. The players who drew the two strongest cards would proceed to play as partners, with the highest getting the first pair of places and decks and being the first distributor. The Bridge game includes Bridge whist, Auction bridge, and Contract bridge. A game is won when the opposing team scores no fewer than 100 deception scores below the goal line. A new horizontal strip is placed throughout the scoring paper, below the trick score, to indicate the conclusion of the match and the start of another one. Sole trick points are counted toward the game; any additional touchdowns scored over the line are not. He participated in the Indian Men’s Bridge Team and secured second position with 152 points in the final match against the Hong Kong bridge team at the Asian Games 2023 in Hangzhou, China along with other team members like Jaggy Shivdasani, Sandeep Thakral, Rajeswar Tiwary, Sumit Mukherjee, Raju Tolani, and Ajay Prabhakar Khare. The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, congratulated the entire team and made the following post on Twitter,
Congrats to the Indian Men’s Bridge Team for their exceptional performance and clinching the Silver Medal at the Asian Games. Raju Tolani, Ajay Prabhakar Khare, Sumit Mukherjee, Rajeshwar Tiwari, Jaggy Shivdasani and Sandeep Thakral have shown remarkable brilliance and dedication.”
Congrats to the Indian Men's Bridge Team for their exceptional performance and clinching the Silver Medal at the Asian Games.
Raju Tolani, Ajay Prabhakar Khare, Sumit Mukherjee, Rajeshwar Tiwari, Jaggy Shivdasani and Sandeep Thakral have shown remarkable brilliance and… pic.twitter.com/svlpUy3Acx
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 6, 2023
On 6 October 2023, India won a silver medal in the bridge tournament in Hangzhou, when the men’s team went down to Hong Kong China in the final by a score of 238.1-152, ending the competition with a silver medal. Indian Men’s Bridge Team won the bronze medal in the bridge events, 2018 edition in Indonesia.
Awards, Honours, Achievements
- On 6 October 2023, India bagged the silver medal in the Indian Men’s Team Event at the Asian Games 2023 bridge tournament in Hangzhou, the People’s Republic of China.
- Ajay Prabhakar Khare along with the Indian Men’s Bridge Team won the bronze medal in the bridge events, at 2018 Jakarta Palembang in Indonesia.
The High Court of Madras was involved in the selection process of the Indian Men’s Bridge squad that won silver in the Asian Games 2023. On 7 August 2023, the Indian High Court rejected the petition for a writ brought by an Overseas Citizen of the nation demanding permission from the Bridge Association of India to participate in international tournaments. Ajay Prabhakar Khare along with Jaggy Shivdasani, Raju Tolani, Sandeep Thakral, Rajeshwar Tiwari, and Sumit Mukherjee constituted the Indian men’s bridge team at the Asian Games 2023, accompanied by trainer Joyjit Sensarma. The Men’s bridge team won silver by accumulating 152 -229.1 IMPs in their final match as opposed to Hong Kong China over six matches held at the Hangzhou Qi-Yuan Chess Arena.
- Indian Men’s Bridge Team players Raju Tolani, Ajay Prabhakar Khare, Sumit Mukherjee, Rajeshwar Tiwari, Jaggy Shivdasani, and Sandeep Thakral lost the first three-game sets of finals with the score of 55-32, 46-29, and 28-30. The Indian squad dropped the first set, 32-42, and the second, 17-38, and Hong Kong took the lead.