Mundle’s magnanimity

"The daughter of an unassuming Gujarati father and Parsi mother… she inherited 30,000 sq ft of property, on which her father’s printing press stood in Parel, on his passing in 2005,” wrote the Hindustan Times (HT) columnist Malavika Sangghvi on September 17, 2021. Being an only child brought up in an atmosphere of giving, she thought that "the best way she could honor her parents’ memory was to donate the property to the Tata Memorial Hospital (pictured) so that it could construct an additional chemotherapy center.” The Hospital, said to treat one-third of the country’s population of cancer patients, has......



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