1. Alphons Kannanthanam : Union Minister of State for Tourism. The has been elected to Rajya Sabha from Rajasthan.
2. Randhir Singh: Appointed as Chairman of Steering Committee for establishment of Sports University in Punjab.
3. O.P. Saini: Speicial Judge CBI acquitted all the accused in 2G Spectrum scam.
4. Kidambi Srikanth: Indian Badminton player. Recently won French Open Super Series Badminton Trophy.
5. Virat Kohli: Fastest 9000 runs One Day Cricket. He broke the record of AB De Villiers. Recently he his 31st one day hundred and broke the record of Ricky Pointing.
6. Punathil Kunjabdulla: Noted Malayalam writer died on 27th October. He won Sahitya Academy Award in 2017.
7. Dineshwar Sharma: Appointed as government's special representative to carry forward dialogue for peace talks in Jammu and Kashmir.
8. Kavita Devi: Indian professional wrestler. She came the first Indian women to sign an agreement with World Wrestling entertainment (WWE).
9. Jackson Singh Thounaojam: Indian professional footballer. He became the first Indian footballer to score in FIFA World Cup. He scored first goal in FIFA U-17 World Cup against Colombia.
10. Sunil Gavaskar: A cricket stadium in America is named after Sunil Gavaskar. It is a first international cricket stadium to be named after an Indian cricketer.
11. Aparna Kumar: First Indian women to scale world's 8th highest peak Mount Manaslu.
12. Bilal Dar: Kashmiri boy appointed brand ambassador of 'Swachata hi Seva' Campaign.
13. Dr. Soumya Swaminathan: Appointed as Deputy Director General WHO. She is the first Indian women to be appointed on this post.
14. Parineeti Chopra: In order to encourage Indian tourist to Australia she has been made first Indian women ambassador to promote tourism.
15. Justice Deepak Misra: Appointed as 45th Chief Justice of India.
16. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh: Dera Saccha Sauda Chief was convicted by CBI Special Judge. He was given imprisonment for 20 years for rape and other offences.
17. Amitabh Bachchan: Appointed as brand ambassador of GST.
18. Justice Dalveer Bhandari: Re-elected as Judge in International Court of Justice.
19. Achal Kumar Jyoti: Appointed as 21st Chief Election Commissioner
20. K.K. Venugopal: Appointed as 15th Attorney General of India.
21. Ram Nath Kovind: Eelcted as 14th President of India.
22. Dr. Najma Heptulla: Governor of Manipur and first women Chancellor of Jamia Millia Central University.
23. Vijay P. Bhatkar: Noted scientist appointed as Chancellor of Nalanda University.
24. Sunaina Singh: Chancellor of English and Foreign Language University, Hyderabad. Recently appointed as Vice-Chancellor of Nalanda University.
25. Rohit Sharma: First cricketer to score three double centuries in one day cricket. He equaled to the record of fastest century in T20 cricket. He scored century off 35 balls against Sri Lanka and equal the record of South African David Miller.
26. Snehalata Srivashtava: Appointed as first women Secretary General of Lok Sabha.
27. Homai Vayarawalla: On9th December Google paid tribute to her by featuring her in Doodle. She was India's first women photo journalist.
28. Selvi: She was South India's first female taxi driver. A documentary 'Driving with Selvi' was renctly made on her.
29. Sonia Gandhi: Holds the record for the longest serving President of Indian National Congress.
30. Shyam Saran Negi: He is independent India's first voter. He has never missed any vote in State of Lok Sabha elections.
31. Cornelia Sorabji: She was India's first female lawyer. Google celebrated her 151st birthday on by paying a tribute with Doodle.
32. Rahul Gandhi: Elected as President of Indian National Congress.
33. Rajkumar Rao: Won Variety Asian Rising Star Award in IFFA, Macao.
34. Madhu Koda: Patiala House Court in Delhi convicted him in coal scam.
35. Ganga Kumari: Appointed as India's first transgender police constable in Rajasthan.
36. Rifat Shahrukh: He developed World's smallest satellite 'Kalamat'. NASA launched the 64 gram satellite.
37. Sachin Tendular: He was included in UNICEF's Super Dads Mission.
38. Ganeshan Neelakanta Iyer: He became the first Indian to be nominated as a member of Umpires and Referees Committee by International Table Tennis Federation.
39. Vishnu Manohar: Indian chef made the world record of cooking 52 hours nonstop.
40. Trisha Krishanan: She was given the status of UNICEF's Celebrity Advocate.
41. Madhu Azad: She was elected as first female mayor of millennium city Gurugram.
42. Shubhangi Swaroop: She became Indian Navy's first female pilot.
43. Madhubala: Madame Tussauds announced to make wax statue of iconic actress of bollywood.
44. Anshu Jamsenpa: She became the first women to scale Mt. Everest twice in 5 days.
45. Shreya Ghoashal: She became the first actress to have wax statue at Madame Tussauds.
46. Roger Federer: Declared as most valuable sports brands by Forbes Magazine. Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli holds 7th position.
47. George Saunders: U.S. writer won man Booker Prize 2017 for his work Lincoln in the Bardo.
48. Esther Staubli: First female referee to officiate at FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017.
49. Eman Abdul Atti: World's heaviest women died in September 2017.
50. Halima Yakoob: First Women President of Singapore in 47 years.
51. Peggy Whitson: World's oldest female astronaut. She returned to Earth safely on 2nd September 2017.
52. Neymar Junior: Brazilian footballer became the first ambassador of Handicap International.
53. Francois Gabart: He is a French Sailor. In December 2017 he set a world record for the fastest solo round the world navigation. He completed the journey won-stop.
54. Ali Abdullah Saleh: Former President of Yemen was killed by Houthi Rebels.
55. Nof Marvai: She became the first certified lady Yoga trainer in Saudi Arabia.
56. Dr. Maral Yazarloo: Pune based Iranian women is on a mission to cover 45 countries in 7 continents on bike. She is driving to change the stereotype of women and in particular Middle Eastern women.
57. Ishaq Dar: Finance minister of Pakistan was declared proclaimed offender in graft case by a court in Pakistan.
58. Angela Eiter: First women to climb the world's toughest climb. She is from Austria. She climbed grade '9b' difficulty climb by climbing La Pranta de Shiva in Spain.
59. Shista Vaiz: She is the first women pilot from Afghanistan.
FAMOUS PEOPLE OF INDIAN ORIGIN
60. Nikki Haley: Current United States Ambassador to United Nations. She was the first female governor of South Carolina.
61. Kamala Harris: She was the Attorney General of California and currently serving as junior United States Senator from California. She is also known as 'Female Obama'
62. Palwinder Kaur Shergill: She became the first turbaned Sikh to be appointed as Supreme Court Judge in Canada.
63. Leo Varakdar: He is Irelands' Prime Minister. He is the first gay to be elected as Prime Minister of Ireland.
64. Ashok Sridharan: He became Bonn's first mayor of Indian origin in 2015.
65. Satya Nadella: First person of Indian origin to become CEO of Microsoft.
66. Sunder Pichai: Currently CEO of Google.
67. Gurbir S. Grewal: First Sikh to be appointed as Attorney General of State of New Jersey in U.S.
68. Ravindra Bhalla: He became the first Sikh Mayor of New Jersey.
69. Gita Miller: Indian-origin campaigner named the Most Influential Black Person in Akshay Ruparellia: Indian-origin teenager becomes U.K's youngest millionaire.
70. Preet Didbal: Elected as mayor of Yuba City in California. She became the first Sikh women to hold the position.
71. Rabinder Singh: British judge was promoted to U.K's Court of Appeal.
72. Guruswamy Jayaraman: He was awarded highest civilian honour of Australian, Order of Australia for community work.
73. Alok Sharma: He was appointed as UK's Community Minister.
74. Mittan Katoch: He became the first Sikh-American person to join Indianpolls police department in U.S.
75. Tulsi Gabbrd: She was nominated as chairperson for World Hindu Congress in 2018.
76. Pramila Jayapal: She became the first India- American Women to be elected to the U.S. House. She also featured in 2018 Power List issued by Politico. She secured 5th rank.
77. Sabita Singh: She was appointed to Massachusetts Appeals Court.