Father Dearest: The Life and Times of R.K. Dalmia
The gripping biography of R.K. Dalmia, the last century's most flamboyant Indian industrialist, written by his daughter, who loved and loathed him equally.
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MY FATHER RAMKRISHNA DALMIA
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