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When I come into work it is easy to get scared almost that now I have to be looking after JSW Group in one way or another – as a shareholder or in a management role. 

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

I could easily get overawed… and what credibility do I have. Also, is this the right thing for the family, can I create value? I don’t know if I can be the person who can grow this company multi-fold like my father has dreamt.

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

This summer, I am going mountain climbing to Naya Kanga in Nepal. Last year, I did a road trip through Europe. The two-week drive took me from Italy to the south of France. 

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

My son is graduating this year. After the ceremony, we are all going to Hawaii where we plan to do scuba-diving. My daughter is very keen because on our last trip she wasn’t allowed to go scuba diving as she was very young. And obviously, [there will be] a lot of treks. Hawaii is full of that. Swimming, treks and scuba. 

Rashesh Shah

Athletics and swimming are longer term sports; hopefully in 10 to 15 years India will develop some Olympians

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

In judo, wrestling and boxing, we are there already. If private players supplement whatever the government is doing, the results can be quicker.

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

What I have learned most from my dad is that whatever activity you do, you have to make sure it is sustainable. Otherwise, for one to two years you will be excited and then move on to something else, letting down all the people you have supported

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

If you look at the next source of wealth that is going to be created in this country it is going to come from startups

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

Whenever I would like a company I would invest. It was very  opportunistic.

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

It was a big challenge to convince my father that we should get into something like this where we are promoting new businesses, new ideas and it’s also diversifying riskaway from the family because we are  entering spaces that are not linked to commodity pricing.

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

We are very keen on Monnet Ispat and Bhushan Steel. At the right price, Essar Steel is also attractive… but we cannot buy both.

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

While we do not have a war chest as such, we have access to some Rs 6,000-7,000 crore worth of funds. As a group we can raise funds easily. The world is flush with funds at present and PE firms too are keen to invest. 

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

We are looking to expand our base in the East and Central India where demand growth is stronger. While Kalyanpur Cement has a facility in Bihar, Binani Cement has 6-mt capacity in India and a 5-mt grinding unit in Dubai. We have plans to set up a clinkerisation unit at Fujairah in the UAE and thus hope to integrate the two units. 

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

The start-up culture is beginning in India and all sectors are getting well connected to the economy through this route. 

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

Education, healthcare, and e-commerce look attractive for investment. Personally, I am excited about opportunities in the wedding market space and small and medium peer-to-peer enterprises. 

Parth Jindal (Businessman)

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