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Uncommon Ground – The Write People

Uncommon Ground | Oct 18, 2011

It’s not often that one sees the city’s movers and shakers in attendance at an event. So it was little surprise to find the IT industry’s heavyweights thronging this hotel for Rohini Nilekani’s big day.

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