Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates returned to the United States after a week-long visit to India where he met several politicians, businessmen, entrepreneurs and social activists. Now, summarizing his visit, Mr Gates shared some pictures from his trip and expressed his desire to return to the country soon.
The billionaire philanthropist posted photos of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, bridge champion Anshul Bhatt, YouTuber and his trip on Instagram ‘mismatch’ Star Prajakta Koli, NGO worker, on his e-rickshaw drive among other activities.
“I just returned from my trip to India, and I can’t wait to go back again. I love coming to India because every trip is an incredible learning opportunity,” Gates wrote in the caption of his post.
In addition, Mr. Gates said, “During my travels in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore last week, I met some amazing people who taught me that they need innovation, science and collaboration to find solutions to the world’s health and climate.” How are we using the power, and the challenges of development.
Notably, during his visit to India, Mr. Gates met several high-profile individuals in India including PM Modi, industrialist Anand Mahindra, cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, Wipro Chairman Rishad Premji, Zerodha founders Nitin and Nikhil Kamath, Union Minister Hardeep Singh Interacted with personalities. Puri, Smriti Irani and Ashwini Vaishnav etc.
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In his recent blog, Gates NotesThe billionaire philanthropist praised the country for its “amazing ability to manufacture so many safe, effective and affordable vaccines, some of them backed by the Gates Foundation” and said these vaccines have saved millions of lives during the COVID-19 pandemic and stopped others. diseases around the world.
Mr Gates praised the country for adopting digital payments during the pandemic and said that at least 300 million people, including 200 million women, received emergency digital payments. He said India’s G20 presidency is an excellent opportunity to highlight how innovations developed in the country can benefit the world and help other countries adopt them.
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