INVESTOR PROFILE-Manek prescribes India for double-dip fears


* Turning defensive ahead of markets' deterioration * Mulls over debut India fund By Cecilia Valente LONDON, July 29 (Reuters) - Pharmacist-turned-fund-manager Jayesh Manek is weighing up the launch of an India fund as the latest step in an idiosyncratic career that saw him thrust into fund management after winning a newspaper's investment contest. Manek's professional life was turned around by chance in the mid-1990s after he won the Sunday Times' Fantasy Fund Manager competition ...

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