I would say that I'm blessed with a very, very good executive team that operates, reasonably autonomously, each of the companies.
There are many things that, if I have to relive, maybe I will do it another way. But I would not like to look back and think what I have not been able to.
If it stands the test of public scrutiny, do it... if it doesn't stand the test of public scrutiny then don't do it.
Power and wealth are not two of my main stakes.
Telco is totally committed to commercial vehicles, where it is bound to remain a major player. What may well happen in the future is we may split the company into two business units.
I've often felt that the Indian tiger has not been unleashed.
I have been constantly telling people to encourage people, to question the unquestioned and not to be ashamed to bring up new ideas, new processes to get things done.