A billion-dollar fight that split UK’s richest family

The Hinduja brothers (from left) Gopichand, Prakash, Srichand (seated) and Ashok, in an undated photo. PHOTO: SRICHAND PARMANAND HINDUJA/FACEBOOK
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The billionaire Hinduja brothers always presented a united front to the outside world – four musketeers who espoused a business philosophy that everything belonged to everyone.

Britain’s richest family oversaw an Anglo-Indian business empire that has lasted over a century from their shared family homes in London, Mumbai and Geneva.

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