Amitabha Banerjee

Deserting engineering after a year in a factory, Amitabha Banerjee did an MBA in the US but returned to India. Choosing work-to-live over live-to-work, he joined banking and worked for various banks in India and the Middle East. Post retirement, he returned to his hometown Kolkata and is now spending his golden...

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