1954 – He was born this year in Bombay (Mumbai), India.
1972 – He moved to England this year where he has lived since.
1980 – He emerged as one of a number of British sculptors working in a new style and gaining international recognition for their work (the others included Richard Wentworth, Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, Anthony Gormley and Bill Woodrow).
1990 – He represented Britain this year Venice Biennale, where he was awarded the Premio Duemila; the following year, he won the prestigious Turner Prize.
1999 – The South Bank Show presented the first full-length television profile of him in February this year.
2001 – Sky Mirror, a large mirror piece that reflects the sky and surroundings, was commissioned in Nottingham.
2002 – He has produced a number of large works, including Marsyas, a large work of steel and PVC installed in the Turbine Hall of Tate Modern.
2004 – Cloud Gate, a 110-ton stainless steel sculpture, was unveiled at Millennium Park in Chicago.
2006 – Another large mirror sculpture, also entitled Sky Mirror, was shown in Rockefeller Center, New York.