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Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Modi govet reforms: India Inc plans to ring in the New Year with enthusiasm;Mumbai the most happening place

MUMBAI: 2014 saw the advent of a new political dispensation at the Centre, bringing with it the promise of economic revival after two years of below-5% growth. While those green shoots may yet prove elusive, corporate India feels a sense of optimism, so the business community plans to ring in the New Year with more enthusiasm than in the past few years. But not everyone's travelling to the usual exotic locales to party. Many are staying put in what seems to be the most happening place this New Year's eve for India Inc —Mumbai — as they gather around the hearth with close friends and family. 
RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani will be celebrating the dawn of 2015 at his south Mumbai residence. With son Akash and daughter Isha joining the business this year after university stints abroad, Antilla seems to have emerged as the natural venue. 
Investment banker Ashok Wadhwa and his family will attend a party hosted by Vedanta Group director Navin Agarwal at Palladium mall in Mumbai. 

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