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'For many years, it upset me that I was a businessman'
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'For many years, it upset me that I was a businessman'

'I wondered what mistakes I made in my life to be a businessman. Deep down, I still have doubts about it.' Shobha Warrier meets the amazing Dilip Kapur who built a Rs 160 crore business with just Rs 25,000. Image: Dilip Kapur whose Hidesign has grown from its artisan roots to an international brand. Photograph: Sreeram Selvaraj Business was not Dilip Kapur's first love. He actually wanted to "change the world." But as fate would have it, what started as a hobby, is today a business worth ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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'Swami Chinamayananda is the Rajinikanth of spiritualism'

'I didn’t want the biopic on Swami Chinmayananda to be a propaganda film,' filmmaker R S Prasanna tells Shobha Warrier/ Rediff.com Engineer-turned-filmmaker R S Prasanna made his mark in Tamil with his very first romcom Kalyana Samayal Saadham. His next film is a biopic on Swami Chinmayananda titled The Quest, in English. Noted art director Thota Tharani acts in a film for the first time as the elderly Swami Chinmayananda. In this interview with Shobha Warrier/ Rediff.com, ...
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35 days in jail for not standing up for the national anthem

'At first, a few inmates tried to attack me saying they would make me sing the national anthem, but another group rescued me from the assault. When I got out of jail, so many of them cried and asked me, "When will we see you again?"' Image: School children sing the national anthem. Photograph: Getty Images Salman Mohammed, 25, from Thiruvananthapuram was arrested at midnight on August 19 under charges of sedition and the IT Act.His crimes: He refused to stand up when the national anthem was ...
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What Swiss Gold Initiative really meant

Text smaller Text bigger Editor's note: is one of the investment world's top-rated gold timers, and helps investors anticipate and benefit from both the ups and the downs of the precious metals markets with his Leibovit VR Gold Letter ...
 WorldNetDaily1 week ago
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How a housewife became a successful entrepreneur

'Kerala is a dreadful place to do business. You will not be able to run a profitable business in this state by giving high wages for low productivity.' 'That is the reason why nobody wants to invest in this state. Though there is a a small change happening, it will take years for Kerala to attract investors,' says Sheela Kochouseph Chittilapally, managing director, V-Star. Image: Sheela Kochouseph Chittilapally, managing director, V-Star. Photograph: Courtesy, V Star     Twenty ...
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Indians have $1 trillion worth of gold!

'India has about 22,000 tonnes of private gold, held by individuals and temples.' 'Much of this is locked up in safes and vaults as a dead investment. If we can put the vast reserves of gold to use, it would boost the economy,' says V P Nandakumar, executive chairman, Manappuram Finance, India's first listed gold loan company. Image: A visitor admires a gold necklace on display at the Gem & Jewellery India International Exhibition in Chennai.Photograph: Babu/Reuters     India's ...
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Forbes India Celebrity 100 Nominees List for 2014

A long list of 1100 celebrities that make it to the Forbes India Celebrity 100 nominees list A mitabh Bachchan or Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan or Hrithik Roshan, MS Dhoni or Virat Kohli... Who is the biggest Indian celebrity? Or is it the serial ...
 Forbes India3 weeks ago
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Chidambaram's son: 'Tired slogans won't take us anywhere'

'We cannot capture the mind space of today's youth by evoking past sacrifices. Politics is about hope; hope for the future.' 'The Congress hankers about the past too much,' Congress leader Karti Chidambaram tells Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com Karti Chidambaram, former Union minister P Chidambaram's only child, declared that the Congress party in Tamil Nadu did not have the freedom to function the way it wanted to, and that the issues concerning the state party unit should be dealt with by local ...
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'The way Modi is cleaning up India is wrong'

'Unless Modi uses his power to make people work, he will not succeed. He may cry hoarse, but he will not succeed.' 'I treat the broomstick as my God.' V Kalyanam, Mahatma Gandhi's personal secretary, tells Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com why the prime minister's Clean India campaign won't succeed easily. The first time I met V Kalyanam, Mahatma Gandhi's personal secretary, was in 1997. He was healthier and fitter then. Today, at 93, he is frail and walks with the help of a stick, but even today, his ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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EXCLUSIVE! A day before the Carlsen clash, Anand is his normal, happy self

'He takes long walks at night and before going to bed he watches Yes Minister and Fawlty Towers...' Image: Viswanathan Anand in action against Magnus Carlsen at the World Chess Championship in Chennai last year. Photograph courtesy: FIDE World Chess Championship There's only a day to go for the World Chess Championship, a re-match between five-time World champion Viswanathan Anand and Magnus Carlsen, in Sochi, Russia. In the last World Championship, in Chennai, Carlsen unseated Anand, then the ...
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