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Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and promised to back India’s G20 presidency.

Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google and Alphabet, was given the Padma Bhushan earlier this month. On Monday, he met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi. Pichai, who is in India, said that his meeting with the Prime Minister was great. He tweeted, “It’s inspiring to see how quickly technology is changing under your leadership. We’re looking forward to keeping up our good relationship and supporting India’s G20 presidency to make the internet more open, connected, and useful for everyone.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi replied to Pichai’s tweet by writing, “It was a pleasure to meet you @sundarpichai and talk about innovation, technology, and more. It is important for the world to keep working together to use technology to help people and the environment.

The company didn’t say what was talked about at the meeting, but Pichai wrote in a blog post about the start of his trip to India that he would talk to Modi about how Google is “supporting small businesses and start-ups, investing in cybersecurity, providing education and skills training, applying AI in sectors like agriculture and healthcare, and other priorities.”

Pichai also met President Droupadi Murmu in New Delhi. After they talked, President Murmu said that Pichai was a great example of Indian talent and wisdom, and he asked him to work for digital literacy for everyone in India.

“Sundar Pichai, who is the CEO of Google and Alphabet, met with President Droupadi Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Shri Pichai, who won the Padma Bhushan award, was called a “symbol of Indian talent and wisdom” by the president. He was also asked to work for digital literacy for everyone in India, according to tweets from the president’s office.

Pichai also spoke at a Google for India event and met with Ashwini Vaishnaw, who is the Minister of Telecom and IT.

Pichai said at the start of his trip to India, which he saw as a big export economy, that Google is building voice and text search for more than 100 Indian languages and will spend $75 million to help women-led startups in the country. He said that India will have a big export economy and that its framework needs to strike a balance between protecting citizens and letting companies come up with new ideas.



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