Why Indians make it as CEOs of Global Companies ?

Why Indians make it as CEOs of Global Companies ?

Why Indians make it as CEOs of Global Companies ?

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52 thoughts on “Why Indians make it as CEOs of Global Companies ?

  1. Probably they are not given a.chance here to shine and show their talents due to cheap politics……?

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      1. Shukriya Janaab…..

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      2. One doubt….that is if you don’t mind answering…
        Are you fluent in Tamil or Hindi
        Or
        In both…
        ??????

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      3. Ninachen..straight aana oru badhil varadhunnu nu….
        Ok.. .i reply in both language to you but i doubt whether you get what i say .
        Tamil. ..till now you have said
        Avargale and Nandri
        But where in Hindi you have spoken much more …
        So just curious as to except English what other language i shld use with you. Simple…. .
        Idhu kettadhu oru thappa????Sollu….

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      4. Ok what is that I spoke much more ( as per you ) in Hindi ?. Absolutely Oru Wrong illai.You are at your best .Feel free to ask more questions.

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      5. Ketta question kke badhal kannom.. idhile engendhu innoru question?

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      6. Ok you have not answered my other response that means you are not fluent with Tamil.. .am I right?

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  2. Question mele questions kekalaam.Yenakku onnu puriyelle,Naan Hindi le yedu jaastia pesinen ? Curious again !.

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    1. Hindi le thaan jaasthi pesana madhiri yen nyaabagam…
      Except now probably …
      Simple aana oru question kku simple aana oru badhil thaane sollanum.
      What are you fluent in except English?
      Ipo yavadhu….kolapame oru straightforward aana badhil sollunge….

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  3. Uhmm idhu kelvi….yennai kelvi kekka sollittu yennake kelvi ya? ….
    Yes you can call me a Chennaite too….

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    1. Ok no more suspense.I am a multilinguist.Thank for your kind enquiry and curiosity

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      1. Acha isliye. Chalo teek hein.. I think i better be satisfied with this answer. Chalo apo naan kandippa three languages use panni pesalam ungakitte….illaya Sridhar ji?

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      2. Daralama neenge 5 mozhi le pesalam.Nandri

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      3. Three i understood.. .pray what are the other two ji ? You don’t talk much ..do you. A man of few words i suppose ….

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      1. Acha? Chalo I kind of belong to here and there just like how you are a multi linguist. Ab teek hein ….?

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    2. Your last post was 13 the Oct 2018.Waiting for new post and the topic you are covering is……..

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      1. Adhukkapuram I have posted 4 more….Paakleyo…? Comment panninge..Are you sure you are talking about me?
        And what is.that….. .means

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      2. Nandri.My world press showing, yours latest post , A wave that I am,which I thoroughly enjoyed reading.

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      3. Shukruguzar Sridhar ji…jo aapne laayak samja izz chote se peshkash kho. ..

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  4. Ok. I am dying to know.How you became a natural born poet ? Who inspired you ? Poetry is Greek and Latin to me .

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  5. Oh my…..straight from curiosity stage to dying stage?
    I am not a natural born poet as you claim Sridhar ji. There are many more out there who are so much better than me.
    Pehle…..you should understand poem is a language of expression. You kind of emote unexpressed feelings through the poems.
    If you have noticed I am more of melancholy poet than romantic one. That means pain untold induces poetry in me.
    But i have written other genres other than melancholy including nature and romantic but in comparison they are lesser….
    Do you like poems Sridhar? I mean do you enjoy reading them?

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    1. Thank you for explaining how one becomes poet.Yes Expression of unexpressed feelings in an emotive way.Well said.Since I am a buddu,it takes some time to understand the emotive feelings expressed.Does not matter since I enjoy reading and analysing poetry .Good morning.

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      1. Haha….who told you are a budhu..you are way too intelligent i would say but you keep a low profile that is evident. ..ok please feel free to ask me anything regarding the emotive feelings i have written. I will only be glad to help you.
        And please shed away formality with me…I am a simple person . .who is not much comfortable with too much formalities as such.

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      2. Oh ! Wonderful .Who doesn’t love simplicity ? Sure.Let you be the reason for me developing interest in poetry both sad and happy part.

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      3. Happy part ok…why sad part?

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      4. Since you are popular as melancholy poet .

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      5. Ohoh….didn’t think it will effect u in a negative way. Sorry about that.

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      6. Come on.No way.No negative effects.I feel good when Somebody encourages in learning things,more so I meet people like you who are seedhe…saadhe

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      7. I like it….You are opening up. And its beautiful to knw your opinion.

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      8. Your power of analysing a person based on conversation is amazing ! I wish I have such command

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      9. Haha…you can.. try visualising the conversation you have with the other person….then you get their pulse and get to knw them. This is my trick. Try it and tell me whether it worked for you. Will wait for your feedback Sridhar ji.

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      10. Shukriya ji.Anamika ke saath ek Tark jeetna asambhav hai. Mei sweekar kartahoon ki aap pratibhashalee hai.

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      11. Haha…kya aapne zeedhe apne hindi padpusthak se churaliya kya aapki ye statement ….aji huzoor aap tho khud Mecca hein hum tho rahe ek choti si Masjidh.

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      12. I accept,I can not win a race with you ! You are full of energy.And lots of thanks,since you deal situation humorously lightening my day to day burdens

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      13. Nahi…i want you to win this race. Ithne jaldi haar math maano. And hey life is short …shorter than we think so humour is the only way to go on☺ .I am glad if you really meant what you said about lightning your day to day burden.

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      14. Come on….I meant what I said and feel.Thank you.You are quite encouraging type and jovial too.God bless you with bright life.

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  6. Because our India is GREAT.

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      1. Most welcome,dear!!

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  7. Some good points in that article. ❤️🦋🌀

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  8. I meant what I said and feel.Thank you.You are quite encouraging type and jovial too.God bless you with bright life.

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    1. Thank you Sridhar ji….May God bless you with the choicest of blessings in the path you have chosen to walk upon… Be a blessing to others like how God chose to bless you…. Be always happy.

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      1. Thank you ji,nandri,kyonki,neenge nallabadia blessings kudthinge.Eppodum ellarume happy yagi irrukaporom.Thanks for making fellow bloggers feel at home with your humour trademark.

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      2. My pleasure Sridhar ji. I try and will keep trying.☺

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