• India
  • Business
More

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai announces investment of Rs 75,000 cr in India

    Must Read

    Increase in manpower of Vadodara city police by inclusion of 109 young women and 130 personnel

    In a convocation ceremony held at Pratapnagar police headquarters this morning, the number of constables in the...

    Professor of MSU Baroda appointed as member of the editorial board of studies in World Heritage Series

    It's a matter of great pride for MSU Baroda as Prof. K. Krishan, renowned Archeologist from Faculty...

    GSPCA and Social Forestry department team caught six foot crocodile from Karelibaug Tulsiwadi area in Vadodara

    Gujarat SPCA and Social Forestry department team caught a six foot crocodile from Karelibaug Tulsiwadi area on...

    Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai has announced an investment of 75,000 crore rupees in India through Google for India Digitisation Fund to help accelerate country’s digital economy.

    Addressing the sixth annual edition of the “Google for India” virtual event yesterday, Mr. Pichai said the fund would be used over the next five to seven years through equity investments and tie-ups.

    The tech giant asserted that the latest move is a reflection of the company’s confidence in the future of India and its digital economy.  He said the investments will focus on four key areas of India’s digitisation.

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

    Latest News

    Delhi HC declines interim relief to Khan Market restaurateur Navneet Kalra

    The Delhi high court on Friday refused to provide interim protection from arrest to Navneet Kalra, the...

    Professor of MSU Baroda appointed as member of the editorial board of studies in World Heritage Series

    It's a matter of great pride for MSU Baroda as Prof. K. Krishan, renowned Archeologist from Faculty of Arts have been appointed...

    GSPCA and Social Forestry department team caught six foot crocodile from Karelibaug Tulsiwadi area in Vadodara

    Gujarat SPCA and Social Forestry department team caught a six foot crocodile from Karelibaug Tulsiwadi area on Friday. Few days ago the...

    Delhi HC declines interim relief to Khan Market restaurateur Navneet Kalra

    The Delhi high court on Friday refused to provide interim protection from arrest to Navneet Kalra, the owner of Khan Chacha restaurant...

    Delhi: Bikers on rescue mission during this second wave of pandemic

    Ever since the second wave of the pandemic started ravaging the country, social media platforms have been abuzz with requests for blood...

    More Articles Like This

    - Advertisement -