Hotelier sees ‘sea change’ in Northern business

Indian businessman Lord Diljit Rana kept faith with the North through the bad years, and now he plans to reap the rewards, writes Simon Carswell.

14th July, 2007

Indian businessman Lord Diljit Rana kept faith with the North through the bad years, and now he plans to reap the rewards, writes Simon Carswell.

Belfast hotelier Lord Diljit Rana has endured more than most businessmen in Ireland.

He had to start over every time one of his businesses, restaurants or hotels in the North was bombed during the Troubles.

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