Being an entrepreneur is my dream job, as it tests ones tenacity.
Dealing with the government does not mean you have to give a bribe.
Business is all about risk taking and managing uncertainties and turbulence.
One of the strengths of Adani is that, because we are controlling mines, ships, ports and logistics, we are the cheapest solution provider for end users.
Mundra Port remains committed towards setting up of world-class port infrastructure and facilities in India.
When you are in the infrastructure sector, you've to work along with the government.
Either you are extrovert or introvert, and so I am an introvert in that sense. I'm not a social person that wants to go to parties.
Either you sit on the pile of cash, or you continue to grow.
Every economic opinion is associated with a set of assumptions.
I analyse in my own way, in very simple, no-jargon language. If somebody is talking in very complicated way, I never like that.
I could never take orders from anyone.
I don't like politics. I am not aligned to any political party. I have friends in all political parties.
I'm a school dropout. So, at the age of 16, I moved to Mumbai to try my luck on some business.
Infrastructure sector is all about building assets for the country. It is part of nation building.
My investment strategy, which is to focus on sectors that are a national priority for India, hasn't changed.
Along with opportunities, there also exist many other tricky and complex issues to be managed in India. These include tackling both policy-level challenges and infrastructure challenges.
Adani Enterprises is well on track to realize its aim of emerging as India's largest private sector energy and logistics conglomerate.
I am not attracted to those politicians who are short on vision and only want to make money. I like those who have vision.
Investor confidence in Adani is fairly high, and most of our investors are long-term investors.
Modi government has not flouted any rule or regulation to help anyone.