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    October 02, 2015, Friday

    Lunch with BS: Sunil Arora

    The secretary of I&B Ministry tells Anjuli Bhargava bureaucrats shouldn't make too much of their transfers and bats for less ...

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    September 25, 2015, Friday

    Lunch with BS: Ravneet Gill

    The Deutsche Bank India CEO tells Shyamal Majumdar and Nupur Anand that India will remain on top in the bank's Strategic 2020 ...

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    September 18, 2015, Friday

    Lunch with BS: Ajay Mathur

    Mathur, the Director-General designate of Teri, talks about his career as technocrat, private sector executive and climate ...

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    September 11, 2015, Friday

    Lunch with BS: Keshav Murugesh

    Murugesh talks to Shyamal Majumdar about the turnaround of WNS and the massive rebranding exercise that the outsourcing industry ...

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    September 04, 2015, Friday

    Lunch with BS: Anand Piramal

    The Piramal group scion tells Dev Chatterjee why the group is betting big on real estate in these volatile times

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    August 28, 2015, Friday

    Tea with BS: Rohit Nandan, Outgoing Chairman and MD, Air India

    As he gets ready to relinquish charge, Rohit Nandan tells Anjuli Bhargava he's happy he could do his bit

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    August 14, 2015, Friday

    Lunch with BS: Tarun Rai

    Rai tells the author how being away from the advertising industry has given him a unique insight into the world of communication

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    August 07, 2015, Friday

    Lunch with BS: Rishi Sunak

    The new British MP tells Anjali Puri, over salmon and trout at the Strangers' Dining Room in parliament, that it is perfectly ...

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    July 31, 2015, Friday

    Dinner with BS: Rupinder Singh Sodhi

    Despite Sodhi's self-confessed weakness in marketing, his biggest success in his five years at the helm of GCMMF has been in that ...

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    July 24, 2015, Friday

    Lunch with BS: Madhav Chavan

    Chavan tells Anjuli Bhargava how a young chemistry professor at the University of Mumbai became a beacon of hope in a country ...

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