Whose families feud the most? Survey says: India's.
As far as I know, Richard Dawson's famous game show never made it to the subcontinent, but Indians are no strangers to family feuds -- just ask Mukesh and Anil Ambani. With billions upon billions, you'd think they'd have learned to share. Nope.
Is it because they're Indian? Maybe, it turns out.
According to a new Barclays Wealth Insights report, a whopping 61 percent of rich Indian families have gone all Hatfields & McCoys over money, compared with a global average of about 40 percent. Maybe it's the curry?
In contrast, 53 per cent of respondents in Singapore, 51 per cent in Hong Kong and 51 per cent in Monaco have experienced family tension as a result of wealth, as against just 11 per cent in Qatar, Rediff.com explains.