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Bringing the Indian Industry Close to Conscience Keepers

Uncommon Ground | Nov 24, 2011

A ROLE MODEL for women around the world, the gracefully beautiful Rohini Nilekani is equally at ease with her many avatars: the founder of three not for profit organisations focused on water and healthcare, education and children’s books; the sparkling author of both racy thrillers and insightful books that cross-link the diverse issues facing the nation.
Rohinl Nilekani’s new book, Uncommon Ground (Penguin), Is an example of her sharp intelligence and tested networking skills being put to work to pull off a seemingly impossible feat — getting together the doyens of the corporate world with their critics from civil society.

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