New Delhi: Hemendra Kothari, a fourth-generation stock-broker listed among Forbes India’s top 100 richest men, comes from a family that has been involved in philanthropy for generations. But when he decided to start a new foundation focused on wildlife protection in 2008, his approach diverged markedly from that of his father or grandfather.
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