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Kishore Biyani


Books by Kishore Biyani
It Happpened In India by Kishore  BiyaniIt Happpened In India by Kishore Biyani
Born in a middle class trading family, Kishore Biyani started his career selling stonewash fabric to small shops in Mumbai. Years later, with the launch of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Food Bazaar, Central Read More...
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