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Beware of chamchas, chelas: Anil Ambani

November 29, 2004 20:24 IST
Last Updated: November 29, 2004 20:38 IST


"Watch out for 3Cs -- chamchas, chelas and cronies," Anil Ambani said in a subtle message, amid the battle for control of the Reliance empire with his elder brother Mukesh.

The Reliance vice chairman invoked his father Dhirubhai Ambani's philosophy against these '3Cs' in an e-mail to the 80,000-stong workforce of the group.

Observing that his father never had any management education but his teachings were remarkable, Anil said that Dhirubhai told him the day he joined Reliance, "You have a choice -- you can either demand respect, or command respect. Nothing will please me, if you command respect."


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Sub: mukesh's mistake

i think mukesh is doing a big mistake by trying to take over the RIL from anil....it is a cleverly planned coup on anil....he is ...


Posted by barbad





Sub: keep outsiders away

dear ambanis as a well wisher,i would like u two brothers to go to a room,close the door and talk it over.keep useless people and ...


Posted by sunny





Sub: Why Stop with 3?

Why not add to Anil's List of Cs? Crorepathis, Crooks etc. Is there any Politician who does not have Chamchas around him? Isn't Anil Ambani ...


Posted by Shankar. C.N.





Sub: battle for control of

The day both brothers realize that 'Chamchas' are a very dangerous species, it is good for the family, good for the nation and good for ...


Posted by Narasimhan





Sub: The Reliance Governance issue

The Reliance issue brings into focus the whole issue of 'good governance'-there seems to be hardly any discussion around what the 'best practices' in this ...


Posted by Aarti




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