Sudhir Dhingra, chairman and managing director of Orient Craft Ltd., poses for a picture inside his textile mill at Gurgaon in Haryana, northern India April 16, 2014. When Narendra Modi talks about ... more 
Sudhir Dhingra, chairman and managing director of Orient Craft Ltd., poses for a picture inside his textile mill at Gurgaon in Haryana, northern India April 16, 2014. When Narendra Modi talks about creating jobs in labour-intensive manufacturing, textile entrepreneur Dhingra hopes the Indian opposition leader means business. Dhingra, who employs 30,000 workers in more than 20 factories around the capital New Delhi, says that politicians - for all their promises - have shown no interest in acting to avert a looming employment crisis. Early on, Dhingra survived a change of fashion that saddled him with a pile of unsold stock. Learning his lessons - to keep close tabs on the market and control costs - he built Orient Craft into $250 million business making 200,000 garments daily. Picture taken April 16, 2014. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS EMPLOYMENT TEXTILE) less 
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