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CapitalRev
ReplyCapitalRev - 3 months ago
Asawhneyy,
That is a very odd comment.
Jschmitz47
ReplyJschmitz47 - 3 months ago
Asawhneyy,
The Microsoft CEO is also South Asian - though I don't know if he is Sikh.
Asawhneyy
ReplyAsawhneyy - 7 months ago
Indian Americans are rising in us--land of immigrants
master card cei is Sikh American .
Confused --
go to cornell ,yale ,harvard-indian americans kids are all over. still confused-word is global-we are the same


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