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It’s time to offer up our shoulders – wealth is a resource that could be used to bridge gaps and create a world of equals.

Strategic Philanthropy | Dec 1, 2004

As an erstwhile leftist, Rohini Nilekam admits to a few years of disquiet when her family started reaping the generous rewards of Infosys. Soon she realised that wealth is a resource that could be used to bridge gaps and create a world of equals.

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