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Top Indian CEOs leave for Pak

March 20, 2004 14:52 IST

A large group of high-profile personalities from corporate India on Saturday left for Lahore on a chartered aircraft of the Indian Airlines to watch the fourth one-day international match between India and Pakistan on Sunday.

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The IA's A-320 -- chartered by the ICICI Bank -- left New Delhi at 1200 hours, carrying among others top corporate figures like Adi Godrej (Godrej), Ashok Punj (Punj Lloyd), J J Irani (Tata Group), Ashwini Dani (Asian Paints) and Sunil Mittal (Bharti Telecom).

The passengers also included N Venugopal Dhoot and Rajkumar Dhoot (Videocon), Rajinder Singh Pawar (NIIT), Brijmohan Lal Munjal (Hero Honda) and N V Kamath, CMD of ICICI. Some of them were also accompanied by their family members.

The flight, which carried a total number of 66 passengers, would return at 0830 hours (local time) from Lahore on Monday.


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Sub: CEO s in Pakistan !

The CEOs can afford to do that,whereas the Common Enthusiast Of the game back home ,can just Cheer and Wish for the Indian team to ...


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