Deora Uncle, this ain’t fair
Read this post by Girish Shahane before it’s removed under the threat of a legal notice:
At the start, I reported to a gentleman on deputation from Intel, but he was soon replaced by a gang of four youngsters whose designations were never made clear. Three of them had a parent on the board of Reliance Industries, while the fourth, Milind Deora, was the son of the politician Murli Deora. I dubbed the website we were creating rajabeta.com because of the influence of these sons whose only qualification was to be born into the extended Reliance parivar. [Read the full post.]
Read more about Deora Uncle, about the happier days:
Certainly, the family histories may not have foreseen such yarn being spun. After all, Mr Deora had a ringside view of every step Dhirubhai Ambani took in his journey to become India’s ‘tallest industrialist’ from his office at Churchgate or while travelling together in the local train from Mumbai Central to Parel or while visiting all textile mills in Mumbai together. [Read here.]
Come to think of it: so much of this wouldn’t have been coming out if the brothers hadn’t fought. All hail the Indian family.