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Naqvi and Sharma saw an opportunity in kitchen business and built a thriving enterprise.
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The right mix of hard skills acquired at top institutes and leadership qualities ensured Srikant Sastri going for broke and making it big.
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M K M Pillai cooks up a profitable business in supplying meals to offices.
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