We tried our best to buy Dhoni during IPL 1 but unfortunately failed to do so.
I run my own world, because I very firmly believe that my destiny, my future, is in my hands, and I don't want to blame anybody else for the path that I take.
I live life what I consider to be normal.
I do not believe in hypocrisy.
It's not quite right to be sitting outside India and to be judging what is happening in India.
I spend my own money, not other people's money.
If you work for a team, you have a different view, if you own a team you have a radically different view.
I live the way I want to live, and I don't comment on the way that other people live.
I am pretty tough as a boss.
I think it is better when people with their own businesses and means of income join politics as there is some degree of honesty and integrity.
I work hard and I play hard, too. There is nothing wrong with that.
One of India's biggest advantages is our young demographic and that we have a youthful population that is indeed our future.
Rather than spend millions getting film stars, I am quite happy to be brand ambassador myself.
I don't like to leave anything unfinished on my desk before I travel.
We have broken the shackles of conservative socialism. The growing middle classes want the kind of standard of living you enjoy in the West. So what I'm selling is a lifestyle.
Banks are there to support businesses that have justifiable needs.
My father was very clear; I had to have an ordinary upbringing. I was put to work as a lowly-paid trainee after college. I didn't like it at the time, but I can't help but feel that that was probably the best thing for me.
I'm a person who promotes the concept of accountability to a great extent, and I've spoken in the Parliament and reinforced the need for accountability.
Whenever I do something, it is rooted in the Indian opportunity.
If you want India to lower tariffs and facilitate more free trade, then I think Indian producers also have a right to enter the European market.
I'm not a T.G.I.F. guy. I get off a plane at 2 o'clock in the morning and I'm looking for my secretary because I want to know what's going on.
Our culture in India is not a culture where we grudge each other.
I think that the poorest of the poor... look up to wealthy and successful Indians with some degree of respect and pride.
Any serious airline has to look at a worldwide network.
Everybody keeps saying that India's a poor country. Yes, we have poverty. But I blame the government of India, the political establishment, for their failure to educate and therefore their failure to control the poverty.
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