Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of the largest social networking site is in India now. He will host a Townhall meeting at the IIT- Delhi on October 28, and around 900 students will attend the townhall to interact with him in a question answer session.
India is the second largest user base country for Facebook with 130 million users after the US. At the last Townhall of Facebook which was held in California, Facebook Campus, Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi was there as he went for a two-day trip to Silicon Valley.
PM Modi’s name comes in the list of most followed world leaders on Facebook. After the Townhall, Mark Zuckerberg posted on Facebook that he had a great discussion with PM Modi about the future of India, the role of social media and importance of family.
Mark Zuckerberg visited Taj Mahal on 27 October, and he said that it is more beautiful than he expected.
Before coming to India, the Facebook CEO visited China and delivered a speech at Tsinghua University in Mandarin. Married to a Chinese-American, he had set a goal to learn Mandarin in 2010. He also shared a video of the 20-minutes speech with his followers on Facebook with English subtitles.
The young billionaire will hold the Townhall at the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi today at 12 p.m. IST (2.30 SGT or 11.30 p.m. Pacific time Tuesday).
Source- Zee News