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Steve “Forbes India” Bahl
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We're now much easier to find on Google+ - As of today. we're https://www.google.com/+ForbesIndia

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From our anniversary issue, this collection from the entire team, painstakingly and patiently curated by +Sumana Mukherjee, +Dinesh Krishnan and +benu joshi.
We hope you like it. And, as always with lists, we know you'll have strong views on what we've included and what we've left out. Tell us in the comments on the page!

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New issue on its way to subscribers, bookstores and all the better news stands. Here's a preview of our cover, for our friends on Google+.

Do please share with your friends.
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Do also follow our official G+ page for ForbesLife India.

Thank you.

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Friends, since I'm not a regular G+ user, and unlikely to be keeping my personal profile updated, may I suggest that you transfer your allegiance to our new official Google+ page, please?

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The cover of our India Rich List issue, which is now on stands.
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To those of you who followed this account when the name at the top was "Forbes India Reader Relations," a word of explanation.

We opened this account because we felt that Google+ had the potential to be an important way to communicate with our readers, and we wanted to be sure we were here.

The account was manned by a colleague, +peter griffin, who already had a personal Google+ account, and didn't want to mix the two. Hence he chose the function as the 'name' of this account, and not his own name. (He did, however, identify himself in the 'About' field.) We felt that this was open and honest, and kept to the spirit of Google's conditions.

Google, however, disagreed. A couple of days ago, this account received the now-well-known Google warning letter.

So we decided that I would take over the account.

To family and friends, please note that I will be using Google+ only to listen to Forbes India's readers and state our point of view when I feel the need to. Aside from that, I may publicise what we do, now and again. I will not, however, be using it for personal communication. Please continue to use email, Twitter and Facebook (and the phone!) when you want to reach me.

Thanks

Indrajit
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