Industrialist Mahavirprasad Ramkumar Morarka’s life is both inspiring and motivating. On his centenary, son Kamal Morarka reminisces about the many facets of the man that made him a pioneering industrialist, a litterateur, a writer, a traditionalist and, most of all, a cherished father
From managing a slew of mills to owning them and then metamorphosing into some of the greatest entrepreneurs that the country had seen, brothers …
Jagmohan Dalmiya, the man responsible for transforming cricket into a multi-billion dollar industry and turning India into a financially powerful cricketing nation is no more. Dalmiya is reported to have suffered a massive cardiac arrest on the evening of September 17 and died on the evening of September 20, at BM Birla Heart Research Centre in Kolkata. He was 75. He was serving his second term as the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) at the time of his demise. He is survived by his wife Chandralekha, son Abhishek and daughter Vaishali.
We present a moving tribute that Rajashree Birla, devoted daughter-in-law of late Dr Sarala Birla and wife of late Aditya Vikram Birla, paid to her mother-in-law.
A man known for his warmth and camaraderie that transcended party lines, Deora was much loved and respected by all.