Without a crisis, big bang reform is unlikely in India and policy change involves a lot of back room influencing are some lessons learnt from the past quarter of a century
Every large business house wanted him as an advisor. Mr Jhaveri was always keen on helping entrepreneurs grow, especially if they were young
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June 04, 2016 09:28 am by Hemant Trivedi
In India basic need 24*7 clean drinking water & electricity not available in metro cities also villages are far away. Politicians always live in VIP treatment they never going to understand this pain & shame, Politicians do promise's but they fail to provide basic needs to citizens of India. After p...
May 22, 2016 09:48 am by Umesh
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Brilliant writeup. It was reading like a short story with twist and turns. Thanks for sharing. I wish somebody would write a travelogue with public transport being the means of travel. L
May 21, 2016 07:24 am by Vineet
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I like the fact that you used to carry your toddler daughter to the startup Bank.
May 14, 2016 12:32 pm by Sampat Bhore
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Hey Luis, Thanks you so much for such a great information.
April 01, 2016 02:54 am by Luis Miranda
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