Agni Paritchai 31-01-2015 Karti Chidambaram (Congress) Interview – Puthiya Thalaimurai tv Show 31-01-15 Agni Paritchai Program 31st January 2014
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A one-to-one interview with Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi leader Thirumavalavan touching upon a wide array of topics.
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Karti Chidambaram is an Indian polictican and businessman. Krati is the son of top congress leader and home minister of India Mr P Chidambaram.
Karti P. Chidambaram, who graduated with a BBA degree from the University of Texas, Austin, and a Masters in Law from University of Cambridge, UK. Karti, a Congress Party’s AICC member, is active in Tamil Nadu state politics. Karti is married to Dr. Srinidi Rangarajan, a well-known bharathanatiyam dancer and a medical doctor, working with Apollo Hospitals, Chennai. Karti and Srinidhi have a daughter, Aditi Nalini Chidambaram.
Besides his busy schedule Karthik Chidambaram, plays Tennis daily & has won many tournaments.Karti Chidambaram runs his own business like Chess Management Service, a legal advisory firm and a website called Myvakil.com and many more. Sometime back, he started a website called Karuthu.com & Sujatha, the well known writer, officially inaugurated the website in which any one can express their views on any topic.
Karti had his first contact with politics when he was two or three years old. His mother would read the newspapers out to him. “By the time I was 13 or 14, I was clear that I wanted to be in public life” he says. Many of his friends stayed on in Europe or the US. “I could have stayed back for a few years too. But my future is in India, taking into account my public ambitions.”
Karti returned in 1995-1996 in the eye of a political storm. Angered that the Congress — led by P V Narasimha Rao at the time — had opted to ally with J Jayalalithaa, P Chidambaram and G K Moopanar broke away to form the Tamil Maanila Congress. The TMC became a game-changer, not just in state politics but also at the national level. The TMC “was born in our house, 16, Pycrofts Road. I got the computers organised from my uncle’s offices; I remember rushing the cycle symbol off to election commissioner T N Seshan in Delhi.”