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  • Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Internet.org Summit, India

    Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg addresses the Internet.org Summit in New Delhi. Seeing exponential growth potential for Facebook in India, its co-founder Mark Zuckerberg today said he will discuss with Prime Minister Narendra Modi ways to connect villages with the digital world.

  • Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Internet.org Summit, India

    Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Internet.org summit in New Delhi. The CEO of the California-headquartered firm, who is on his first visit to India, said he is excited to help the government in its ambitious Digital India programme.

  • Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Internet.org Summit, India

    Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Internet.org summit in New Delhi. "India is an amazing country with unlimited potential. It is a place of big ambitions and Facebook is deeply committed to the country. We see lot of growth for us here. Tomorrow I'm meeting the Prime Minister. He is committed to connecting villages online and we are excited to see how Facebook can help," Zuckerberg said.

  • Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Internet.org Summit, India

    Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Internet.org summit in New Delhi. India has about 243 million Internet users and have 100 million plus Facebook users, but there are over a billion people in the country who do not have access to the net, he added.

  • Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Internet.org Summit, India

    Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Internet.org summit in New Delhi. Zuckerberg announced that Facebook is creating a USD 1 million fund to help developers develop apps for farmers, migrants and women. This will be a contest to drive new apps and services in local languages.

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