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CNBCTV18 – Nandan helps me think logically: Rohini Nilekani

Others | Jan 1, 2007

One wonders how different her life story would have been, had she not fallen in love and married one of corporate India’s brightest entrepreneurs. But Rohini Nilekani says while her bank balance may look very different, her outlook to life and her aspirations remain the same. For 26 years, she has given Nandan Nilekani the support he needed to make Infosys the billion dollar company it is today. Her activism continues to flourish as she engages with various organizations to change the social fabric of this country. She is a fiercely independent woman with a mind of her own.

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