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Don`t follow MA of RIL who has not raised his salary for last 4 yrs and for similar duration the income and share price also not rising. Does it a sign that INFY also is to follow RIL for yrs to come?
12.45 PM May 17th 2013
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India is a land of greedy people who want to make money at any cost. Kudos to shibu this reflects the culture of the organisation.
10.17 AM May 17th 2013
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leader should be perfect
9.48 AM May 17th 2013
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yes
9.24 AM May 17th 2013
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YES, INFOSYS IS ALWAYS LEADING EXAMPLE IN PAST AND FUTURE
9.23 AM May 17th 2013
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yea he is
9.21 AM May 17th 2013
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I don`t agree on this, he is doing his work but he has to do things in better way.
9.21 AM May 17th 2013
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He may have lakhs of Infy shares and they are getting more via dividend.
9.19 AM May 17th 2013
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Its really a good decission!!
9.12 AM May 17th 2013
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YES
9.10 AM May 17th 2013
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Let him resign first.
8.45 AM May 17th 2013
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yes
8.43 AM May 17th 2013
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what is salary ...there must be no no effect ...
8.42 AM May 17th 2013
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Infosis up / down responsibilites comes on boss, very good example for others
7.17 AM May 17th 2013
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Everyone should follow him.
6.52 AM May 17th 2013

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