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The sixth edition of 'Off The Cuff' saw actor Rishi Kapoor in conversation with ThePrint Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, Shekhar Gupta. The event was held in Delhi on 23 June 2016 Off The Cuff with Rishi Kapoor Shekhar Gupta in conversation with Rishi Kapoor Off The Cuff with Rishi Kapoor (From left to right) Kishore Pokhriyal of K Raheja Corp; Rajiv Mathur, Former Chief Information Commissioner and IB Chief; Anil Gupta; Urmila Gupta Off The Cuff with Rishi Kapoor An enthralled audience raptly listening to Rishi Kapoor at his witty best Off The Cuff with Rishi Kapoor Rishi Kapoor with Harinder Sidhu, Australian High Commissioner to India Off The Cuff with Rishi Kapoor Dr. Ambrish Mithal, HOD, Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes, Medanta, as he asks Rishi Kapoor a question
The fifth edition of 'Off The Cuff' saw Hon. Minister of Railway and Coal for India, Piyush Goyal in conversation with ThePrint Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta. He spoke on a range of issues from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s style of governance to the LED bulbs campaign and bank NPAs to the functioning of media. The event was held in Mumbai on 17 May 2016. Off The Cuff with Piyush Goyal Shekhar Gupta and Piyush Goyal in a gripping discussion Off The Cuff with Piyush Goyal A captivated audience, including Vijay Kalantri, Chairman and Managing Director of Balaji Infra Projects Limited (second from left), listens to an engaging conversation between Shekhar Gupta and Piyush Goyal Off The Cuff with Piyush Goyal Andrew Holland, CEO, Ambit Investment Advisors with AdMan Piyush Pandey Off The Cuff with Piyush Goyal Nimesh Kampani with Piyush Goyal Off The Cuff with Piyush Goyal Piyush Goyal with Hemendra Kothari
The fourth edition of Off The Cuff saw former Indian Cricket Captain Rahul Dravid in conversation with ThePrint Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, Shekhar Gupta. The former Indian Captain shared some fascinating experiences from his enviable cricketing journey, while also giving the audience a rare peek into his personal life. Sharing with you all some pictures from the event. The event was held in Delhi on 13 April 2016. Also Read: For Dravid, coaching was a ‘natural progression’ after retiring from the game Off The Cuff with Rahul Dravid Shekhar Gupta in conversation with Rahul Dravid Off The Cuff with Rahul Dravid Former Indian cricket team media manager, Amrit Mathur with Rahul Dravid and Shekhar Gupta Off The Cuff with Rahul Dravid Rahul Dravid with Congress MP Shashi Tharoor Off The Cuff with Rahul Dravid Julie McCarthy, International Correspondent, NPR, New Delhi, as she asks Dravid a question Off The Cuff with Rahul Dravid ThePrint founder Shekhar Gupta (Right) and politician Veena Singh, former Union...
This edition of 'Off The Cuff' saw Indian Jurist, President of The Bar Association, Fali Nariman in conversation with ThePrint Chairman & Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta. Nariman spoke on a range of issues including the future of Indian secularism or similarities between the current political climate and that preceding the Emergency. The event was held in Delhi on 23 March 2017. Off The Cuff with Fali Nariman Shekhar Gupta (L), Fali Nariman (R) Off The Cuff with Fali Nariman Ira Singhal asking a question Off The Cuff with Fali Nariman An amused audience Off The Cuff with Fali Nariman Fali Nariman with Amity Law School students Off The Cuff with Fali Nariman Fali Nariman (L); Dinesh Trivedi (R), Member of Parliament and former union minister
As the legend turns 45, ThePrint recalls his conversation with Shekhar Gupta, where he talked about the highs and lows of his career.
RBI to announce monetary policy today; interest rates tripled from 1.25 per cent to 3.2 in past 14 months, says Bhalla, a member of PM’s eco advisory panel.
Be wary of Donald Trump, columnist-author Thomas Friedman warns India; applauds Narendra Modi for pushing Aadhaar.
Trump is a "brain-eating disease"; more discussion with Muslims needed to ensure Islam is not misrepresented, Friedman says at #OTC
Actor Sanjay Dutt says Indian prisons and judicial system desperately need reform; backs capital punishment for heinous crimes. Far from being places of reform, Indian prisons are turning into a “university” for grooming criminals, said actor Sanjay Dutt. Dutt, 58, has just completed his sentence in a terror case linked to the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, which he said took 25 years of his life. The Indian prisons and judicial system, he said, desperately need reform, as he saw a number of families break down because of the sheer sluggishness of the justice delivery mechanism. Yet, he took everything in his stride, trying to read and find humour in the daily mundaneness of prison life, he said in a freewheeling conversation at ‘Off the Cuff’ with Shekhar Gupta in Mumbai Tuesday. On the politically and legally controversial issue of capital punishment, Dutt was, however, less merciful. “We shouldn’t get rid of it (capital...
From Make in India to real estate reforms and relations with China to the controversial anti-corruption law, Niti Ayog CEO Amitabh Kant addressed a wide range of pressing concerns at OTC. ThePrint TEAM