1. Infosys chief Narayana Murthy rues Americans failure to ink history through Hillary Clinton

Infosys chief Narayana Murthy rues Americans failure to ink history through Hillary Clinton

Republican Donald Trump is all set to become next President of America and his win invited a mixed reaction from across the world, with IT giant Infosys's chairman NR Narayana Murthy going on to say that it 'missed a chance of history creation'.

By: | Updated: November 9, 2016 5:11 PM
donald trump wins, narayana murthy on trump win, narayana murth on hillary clinton, america missed a chance to create history, woman president in america He added, “America had a chance to create history by electing Hillary Clinton.” (PTI)

Republican Donald Trump is all set to become next President of America and his win invited a mixed reaction from across the world, with IT giant Infosys’s chairman NR Narayana Murthy going on to say that it ‘missed a chance of history creation’. He added, “America had a chance to create history by electing Hillary Clinton.”

In more than three centuries, no woman could has been elected as President in America and Hillary could have been the ‘iconoclast’ but Americans chose Donald Trump. Trump will replace the incumbent US President Barack Obama, who had created history by becoming first black President of the country. Obama assumed the office on 20 January 2009.

Talking about the business between India and US Murthy said, “Indian IT companies need to become more valuable in the USA. Companies can look at improving productivity and quality. However, experts have anticipated that the bilateral ties between India and America will get a boost under Trump’s Presidency. In a statement the billionaire businessman expressed his with to work with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, citing his economic policies.

According to CNN-TV, Murthy also talked about hardships of business. “The challenge is to bring more value to clients by working harder,” he said.

Ties between India and America strengthen during Barack Obama’s regime now time will spell, what Trump will do for India.

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    ananda
    Nov 20, 2016 at 10:21 am
    NRN is wrong in his comments. He forgets Hillary's corruption! Americans are not stupids in electing a tough and clear headed Trump!
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      SS
      Nov 18, 2016 at 10:29 am
      NRN lives to give advise to one and all - a man who became rich by fortunate cirstances and ever since sharing opinions on all matters. He himself aspires to be the president of India.
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        Against Sick
        Nov 10, 2016 at 1:17 pm
        NRN is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Instead of sermonizing people taking moral high ground for his non-existent morality, he should explain why he's still clinging on to Ford Foundation position on Board? Does he not know FF is not registered in India at all and hence an illegal entiry?
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          Srinivas
          Nov 9, 2016 at 11:59 am
          It is true that America could hv created a history but Democrats chose a wrong woman candidate and what Democrats should not hv done is saying trump is dangerous for America instead should hv proposed to the Americans that Hillary is double tough than Trump and also has the capability of Bill Clinton in the presidential making.I would say not America bu Democrats lost the chance in bringing a better woman to the forefront of its politics.
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          1. Gury Singh
            Nov 13, 2016 at 2:31 pm
            What a stupid yardstick to select a President.Hillary lost my whatever respect I had for when she said that as a woman she has risen to this level.Come-on,she was fighting an election to be President of America and not a fight for women against men.She was belittling the presidential nominee status given to her by equating it with gender fight.Fighting for President is like being aual.You represent nation not a particular group.But yeah Trump like Modi is about survival instinct and not about lofty humanitarian principles.G od knows which way world is heading
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              indian
              Nov 13, 2016 at 2:19 am
              Do you say the same things about Saudi Arabia? Vatican and other theological regimes even religious nations like stan etc? Don't you think that should be your top most priority to tell the theological and Autocratic regimes in the middle east to go democratic and secular? rather than tell Americans whom to elect?
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                Ramanan
                Nov 20, 2016 at 3:03 pm
                The president elect is a rank outsider and not a politician to start with.He was not obligated to anyone when he started .Like many in the USA ,NRNis beating is his chest as if a funeral has happened.The American public have made their choice in spite of over 56 papers not endorsing him.They are no longer under control of the liberal print media or TV for that matter and had exercised their options very clearly and sent a strong message to Washington.If one looks at the history,one will notice that India had gained more with Republican Presidents.
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                  milka singh
                  Nov 9, 2016 at 1:00 pm
                  NRN is cunningly expressing his distress
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                    milka singh
                    Nov 9, 2016 at 12:59 pm
                    NRN is cunningly expressing his distress here. He knows that in future these his company cannot misuse H1B visas without facing consequences
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                      milka singh
                      Nov 9, 2016 at 1:01 pm
                      he is knows in Trumps regime they cant misuse H1B visas
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                        Od sharma
                        Nov 15, 2016 at 6:38 am
                        this is not a Valid explanation.It was open election no matter whose is what.
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                        1. K A Prasanna Ananthamurthy
                          Nov 9, 2016 at 2:12 pm
                          Infosys, TCS and tech companies so far has been misusing the visa system and were exploiting the working cl. Hopefully Trump will put an end to it.
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                            ramanlal
                            Nov 17, 2016 at 12:19 pm
                            Narayan only thinks of creating history Americans thinks their own prosperity and welfare.It is American who does not sway away with merely emotions.
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                            1. Ravi Indran S R
                              Nov 21, 2016 at 4:45 am
                              NRN cannot be correct always. He has to make mistakes since he is human, but to knowingly making one, a different stroke, lets the cat out of the bag !. NRN need not explain, it all there to see how displeased he is going to be when that dollars in his account bleeds.
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                              1. Bulletproof Monk
                                Nov 22, 2016 at 10:33 am
                                His company as shares will suffer due to outsourcing ban & reduction in H1B for cheap work. That's why he is shouting.Hillary is wall street pimp which is known to all.
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                                1. Bulletproof Monk
                                  Nov 22, 2016 at 10:32 am
                                  Murtys is burning as outsourcing is being hammered. This is what happens when you rely on doing cheap work at low cost rather than developing a good product with IP rights on it.
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