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 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 do not believe in hypocrisy.
I live life what I consider to be normal.
I live the way I want to live, and I don't comment on the way that other people live.
It's not quite right to be sitting outside India and to be judging what is happening in India.
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.
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.
Rather than spend millions getting film stars, I am quite happy to be brand ambassador myself.
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.
One of India's biggest advantages is our young demographic and that we have a youthful population that is indeed our future.
I work hard and I play hard, too. There is nothing wrong with that.
I don't like to leave anything unfinished on my desk before I travel.
I am pretty tough as a boss.
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.
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.
Whenever I do something, it is rooted in the Indian opportunity.
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.
I think that the poorest of the poor... look up to wealthy and successful Indians with some degree of respect and pride.
Our culture in India is not a culture where we grudge each other.
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.
Banks are there to support businesses that have justifiable needs.
Any serious airline has to look at a worldwide network.
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