Wipro, once upon a time, used to be among the Top 3 global information technology success stories from India along with Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services. As Azim Premji just turned 75, the company he founded may trail behind the others now, but in philanthropy he remains far ahead of the rest of the field. The story of how he has given away most of his fortune to charity is well-known. But when Forbes came out with a list of 77 billionaires who contributed the most to pandemic relief, Premji’s name figured third, ahead of any other Indian, having provided $132 billion or Rs 1,125 crore. In addition, recently when Wipro had its annual general body meeting, Premji also made it clear that they had not laid off even one worker and had no plans to do so in future either.