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UNCOMMON GROUND – Rohini Nilekani – Debuts 2 Jan 2009

Ecosystem Building | Jan 1, 2009

UNCOMMON GROUND – Rohini Nilekani.
A fortnightly column at the intersection of the corporate and social sectors, with personal experiences, observations and the many questions that arise about moving towards a more equitable India. Debuts 2 Jan 2009.

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