Sudha Murty's 4-Point Advice To Husband Narayana Murthy, Daughter, And Rishi Sunak

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Author Sudha Murty, who has been awarded the Padma Bhushan this year, today shared four points of advice for her husband and Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy, son-in-law and UK PM Rishi Sunak, and daughter Akshata Murty, particularly on how to face controversies. "People who are in the limelight, they will always have controversy," she said, urging them, and others, to "be morally and ethically right, and work sincerely". Among the first backers of her husband's company - she gave him Rs. 10,000 as the company was founded in 1981 - she also listed having patience as a top requirement, and the wisdom to know one's limits. "Everyone has a capacity, but also limitations," she told NDTV in an interview days after she was chosen for India's third highest civilian honour.

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