For Anil Agarwal, chairman, Vedanta Resources, “these are exciting times when people should take risks.” The metals maven believes a bigger mandate for the ruling coalition might help create an omnibus resources ministry to regulate the mining of oil, gas and other minerals. Neither is he too concerned about high leverage at some resources companies in India. “The world has been built with the help of leverage,” Agarwal tells Vatsala Gaur and Satish John. Edited excerpts.
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