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Uncommon Ground | Oct 23, 2011

If you thought holding kitty parties or botox luncheons were all corporate first wives did, think again. Take Rohini Nilekani, wife of Infosys co-chairman Nandan Nilekani.
After running a non government organisation, authoring a medical thriller and hosting a TV show, she has now launched her second book, Uncommon Ground: Dialogues between Business and Social Leaders.
The book is a compilation of conversations between business and social leaders who participated in Nilekani’s 2008 TV talk show of the same name.

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