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  • Indian cricket legend Kapil Dev has been honoured with a Lifetime Achievement award at a ceremony in the House of Lords here.

    The world knows these men as sharp businessmen. Their daughters provide an insight to what makes their fathers astute.

    Indian art, on a global fast track today, is increasingly offering a shoulder to charity.

    In its bid to become a national player, fast-food restaurant chain Nirula's will set up 150 new outlets across India by 2009, for Rs 100 crore.

    Canvassing for charity has rarely had it so good. Delhi’s best and brightest (and richest) got together on the spacious lawns of the British High Commissioner’s residence to bid for 120 works of art on Friday evening, raising approximately Rs 15 crore for Khushii, the charity whose best known face is Kapil Dev.

    It is rare to see an art auction crowd cheer collectively as they did at Mumbai's Turf Club on Sunday night at the India on Canvas auction. Liquidity key to Art market too!

    Celebrities and artists are increasingly collaborating to bring off art pieces which are later either auctioned for a cause or exhibited at a leading gallery.

    Greed, as Gordon Gekko said, is good. But giving is better - if you go by what KV Kamath, Nimesh Kampani, Sanjay Nayar & Company are doing.

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