Monday Musings: An Era Ends With Azim Premji's Retirement & Barack Obama Praises a Sikh For His Rainbow Turban

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1. An era has ended. Often addressed as India’s Bill Gates for his philanthropic interests, Wipro Chairman Azim Premji is retiring after almost 53 years of leading the IT giant.

2. Sikhs are making India proud from all over the world. In the latest incident, former US President Barack Obama praised a Sikh Man for wearing Rainbow Turban at a recent Pride March.

3. Smriti Irani is the perfect combination of quirk and class. The Union Minister got the netizens when she posted her now and then pictures on Instagram with an equally interesting caption.

4. Indians have a strange sense of humor that comes to front in difficult situations. A young Indian  coder, Palash Taneja recently got an opportunity to meet the Apple CEO and the first question he asks him, How are you, Tim Apple?”

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