Lunch with BS
August 28, 2015, Friday
As he gets ready to relinquish charge, Rohit Nandan tells Anjuli Bhargava he's happy he could do his bit
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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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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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Despite Sodhi's self-confessed weakness in marketing, his biggest success in his five years at the helm of GCMMF has been in that ...
July 24, 2015, Friday
Chavan tells Anjuli Bhargava how a young chemistry professor at the University of Mumbai became a beacon of hope in a country ...
July 17, 2015, Friday
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The social activist and academic, tells Kanika Datta over a Parsi lunch how, despite 17 transfers in 22 years, his years as a ...
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Ashishkumar Chauhan is one of the few people who have worked in two competing outfits, incubated two tech start-ups, and been ...
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Over coffee and sandwiches with Vanita Kohli-Khandekar, Sircar declares he is in a state of equilibrium - he realises that he ...
June 19, 2015, Friday
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