Mumbai, Jan. 8 -- The country's leading professional golfers and business leaders participated in the inaugural Habitat India Golf Charity Tournament this Sunday at The Willingdon Sports Club, to raise funds to build 500 homes for the widows of farmers in Maharashtra. Golfers like Jeev Milkha Singh, Shiv Kapur, and Chiragh Kumar, along with former Indian cricketer Ajit Agarkar and over 70 corporate leaders including Harsh Mariwala, chairman, Marico; Akshay Kilachand, director, Indian Commercial Company Ltd and Arjun Nohwar, head, Asia Pacific, Uber, participated in the tournament which had noted philanthropist Rajashree Birla supporting the initiative. Launched in 1976, Habitat for Humanity, which had started as a grassroots effort, is now ...