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Pathbreakers: Moneylife Book of Interviews with Super-achievers
By Editor Debashis Basu and Consulting Editor Sucheta Dalal
|Deep insights, unknown facts and captivating events in the life of 51 top achievers, in their own words. A priceless autobiographical narrative of rare candour that reveals the unique thought processes, untiring efforts and colourful anecdotes of top achievers||
Pathbreakers + Pathbreakers 2The two volumes, Pathbreakers & Pathbreakers 2 are available in an attractive gift pack that costs Rs.2500 in the bookstores and is available to you at a special price of Rs.2000, delivered free.
The interviews provide a rare and refreshing insight into the inspirations and challenges that shaped the lives of successful people and make for great gift you can give to your loved one.
PathbreakersThe first volume features interviews with individuals such as Mukesh Ambani, Ram Shriram (early investor in Google), KV Kamath, Aditya Puri, Jignesh Shah, Rajiv Bajaj, Geet Sethi, Dr RA Mashelkar, Prof MM Sharma (guru of Mukesh Ambani and Dr. Mashelkar), Dr Vijay Bhatkar, Keki Dadiseth and many others.
"The arbitrage in farm produce is much bigger than that in software services"
- Mukesh Ambani
"Course correction is important and you have to build it into a pattern
- K V Kamath
"I told Balasaheb, my arrogance is my integrity, honesty and my competence"
- R C Sinha
"Our township has acted as an agent of social changes through a policy of inclusion"
- Satish Magar
Pathbreakers 2This volume contains 25 interviews of remarkable personalities such as Ratan Tata, Amitabh Bachchan, RK Laxman, Dr CNR Rao (top Indian acientist), Lord Meghnad Desai, Shamrao Chowgule (founder of Indage, India’s wine pioneer), Sanjeev Kapoor (super chef), Dr R H Patil (creator of National Stock Exchange), Keki Gharda (maverick India businessman and chemical technologist), top heart surgeon Dr Ramakant Panda and many more.
"The 'angry young man,' 'the legend' and 'Big B' they are epithets which the media constructs for their own convenience. I don't believe in them"
- Amitabh Bachchan
Every piece of law designed to protect the poor has made them poorer. If only bureaucrats and the politicians got out of the way, people would do fine
- Lord Meghnad Desai
"The first time I met Bill Clinton I told him that he was favouring China over India and that he didn't understand India. I think he was taken aback a little"
- Vinod Gupta
"Leaders are supposed to change the status quo and that can happen only when they have a conscienceand an ability to reflect and empathise"
- Dr AK Khandelwal
- Banks Vs Depositors
- FIR against godman Brahmrishi Kumarswami
- FIPB defers decision on Jet-Etihad deal; Telenor gets go-ahead
- WPI-based Inflation eases to 4.7% in May
- I-T dept issues Rs816 crore demand notice on Wipro
- Government rectifies IIP data to 2.2% within 24 hours
- SEBI seeks details of Infosys board meeting of 1st June
- Naxals attack Dhanbad-Patna train, kills RPF jawan
- Banks start charging money for SMS alerts, mobile banking
- Amway India chief, two others arrested under PCMCS Act. What about other MLMs?
- TDS on bank deposits: RBI’s advice to acknowledge 15-G/15-H is only half a step
- Corporate Governance: Convenience Rules with Infy Too
- Credit Sudhaar asking Rs16,000 a year for restoring 'credit'?
- Governance Deficit in Infosys?
- “Banks should not be selling third-party products,” RBI deputy governor
- Voila! A demand draft is bounced!
- Someone knew Narayana Murthy is coming back and traded on it
- Many messy reasons why people prefer gold. Can the FM remove them?
- Mango: Our Super Functional Food
- Suicides: Thousands of helpless men are victimized every year, says SIFF
- When Narayana Murthy walked the talk on Good Governance
- HDFC Bank pitches toxic product to NRIs
- A yield of 19.4%?
- Exclusive: Here is the Real Estate Bill, kept hidden from public
- Monitoring politically exposed persons: Need for a new approach by RBI
- Moneylife Impact: Now pay online for your passport; challan option also available
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