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The 25 Most Powerful Women in Indian Business

Others | Mar 12, 2016

While her husband sells Brand India Abroad, ROHINI Improves things at the Grassroots.
The Journalist-turned-novelist-turned-philanthropist has been spending personal money and time on causes close ot her heart.

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The rough edges of psychiatric rehabilitation are continuously being chipped away and this can be to everyone’s benefit, observes Rohini Nilekani. View PDF
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