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    Manasi Kirloskar: New Star On The Business Block

    Manasi graduated in Fine Art last year from the world famous Rhode Island
    School of Design, Boston, USA. The elegant and graceful Manasi is smoothly
    charting her own destiny, effortlessly and successfully managing her balancing
    act between Art and Business, between the emotional creative and the rational.

    She has recently been appointed as Executive Director of Kirloskar Systems
    Ltd., their holding company. She is also on the Board of Kirloskar
    Technologies Pvt. Ltd ((KTPL), manufacturers of high-tech medical
    equipment in India.

    She has joined the business immediately after graduation in June
    this year. Manasi has class, typical of her family legacy.

    Manasi Kirloskar On
    Skillfully Blending Art, Big Business, Philanthropy and Sport...