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Quota of Quotes

June 2010
Quota of Quotes

“I have fond memories of my time spent at IIT Bombay. It taught me I can survive anything.”Nitin Nohria, 48, who was named the 10th dean of Harvard Business School. (Business Standard)

“Can you please tell me, why aren’t you investing in India?” -- Sabrina Chugh, 12, posing a question to billionaire Warren Buffet at the annual shareholder meeting of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (Wall Street Journal)

"It took us over two years to perfect our three Vs for India -- value, vegetarian and variety.” -- Ashok Bajpai, general manager of Taco Bell in India, which made its debut recently in Bangalore. (GlobalPost)

“You see a lot of people living their lives in the middle. These guys (on ‘Big Bang Theory’) don’t. They don’t live their life in the middle, they go for whatever they want. … I guess we share that similarity: I’m very passionate about my craft and my acting, and these guys are very passionate about astrophysics.” -- Kunal Nayyar, who plays a shy astrophysicist from India on the CBS sitcom. (CNN.com)

“We fight not over Kashmir but over who will wash the dishes.” – author Amitava Kumar, on his marriage to Mona Ahmad Ali, a native of Pakistan. (DNA)

"The size of a country is measured by the size of the heart and Sri Lanka has a big heart."Amitabh Bachchan, announcing that the International Indian Film Academy Awards will be held in Colombo from June 3 to 5, much to the dismay of some Tamil groups.

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