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Por Tarso Genro
A proteção policial oferecida ao boneco inflável e infamante do Presidente Lula vestido de presidiário na Avenida Paulista, neste domingo, não é um fato irrelevante, na crise que vive o país. Vejam: não estou falando do “boneco”, que poderia ser do Sartori, do Fernando Henrique, do Aécio, deste que vos escreve ou de qualquer outra pessoa, que poderia, ao sentir-se injuriado ou difamado, acionar a Justiça, para buscar as devidas reparações legais. Estou me referindo à proteção p
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Originally posted on Quartz:
Forbes’ list of “40 heroes of philanthropy in Asia” this year includes seven Indians, of which five have one thing in common—Infosys, India’s second largest information technology (IT) services company.
The list, now in its ninth year, does not necessarily include the biggest donors, but “aims to shed light on a mostly fresh group of philanthropists who give their own money to causes of their choosing.”
Here are Infosys co-founders and former employees who have been donating generously:
Senapathy (Kris) Gopalakrishnan, co-founder and former CEO of Infosys: Gopalakrishnan, along with his wife Sudha, donated $5 million (Rs30 crore) in June this year to set up three chairs at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc).
“The 60-year old billionaire hopes the chairs can bring distinguished researchers in the areas of computational neuroscience, machine learning, data science and neuromorphic engineering to the IISc to enable collaborative research,” the Economic Times reported this year.
In January 2014, the couple had…
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