He along with two former Indian hockey stars - Daljit Singh and Baljit Singh - were just doing there job during the police operation to gun down terrorists. Recently, Indian ODI skipper MS Dhoni was promoting the territorial army by training with the Army’s elite Para Brigade in Agra.

Here is the list of 10 such Indian sportspersons who are working even after their retirement to make India proud.

1. Rahul Dravid -
The Wall of Indian cricket, has partnered with GoSports Foundation that mentors and raises funds for worthy junior and special athletes having potential to win an Olympic medal.

2. Yuvraj Singh - After beating cancer, the champion batsman Yuvraj Singh runs the Youwecan Foundation that raises awareness for early diagnose of cancer and its proper treatment.

3. Anil Kumble - He loves photography and has a penchant for wildlife conservation. Kumble, along with his wife, looks after The Kumble Foundation that aims at promoting and furthering the cause of conservation, education and sports in India.

4. Ajit Wadekar - The former cricket captain joined the State Bank of India after his retirement and helped the Bombay circle mobilize bank deposits.

5. Prakash Padukone - He runs the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy which conducts various local and national level badminton clinics to train junior-level badminton players.

6. Viswanathan Anand - He is actively involved with NIIT in its Mind Champions Academy initiative that helps in promoting chess and providing facilities for development of sharp, logical and analytical minds among students in schools.

7. Pullela Gopichand - He runs a badminton academy in Hyderabad and his students include world class shuttlers like Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu and Parupalli Kashyap. He has been one of the pioneering factors in India becoming a force in world badminton.

8. Gagan Narang - The shooting star runs the Gagan Narang Sports Promotion Foundation that organises the Gun for Glory championships for athletes who take up shooting as a sport.

9. PT Usha - Sprint legend PT Usha is working with young athletes to produce bulk of sprinters and athletes through her Usha School of Athletics.

10. Amit Luthra - He captained India for 20 years in the 1980s and 90s when Golf was not popular in India. A chartered accountant by profession, he started The Golf Foundation, which has brought laurels to the nation, most recently with the likes of Shubham Juglan, the youngest Indian to be world golf champion at just 10.


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