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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg in Delhi: Here is everything that happened

Mark Zuckerberg, during the IIT-Delhi Townhall on Wednesday said his mission was to connect whole of India to Internet.

Highlights of Facebook townhall Speaking of how important providing Internet access to India is, Facebook co-founder and CEO Zuckerberg said his mission was to connect over a billion people who currently don’t have access, a move that could provide health information as well access to jobs. “It is an opportunity to help democracy, alleviate poverty,” he added. He was addressing a Facebook Townhall at Delhi-IIT's Dogra Hall on Wednesday. Over 900 students and a couple of hundred other invitees saw the 31-year-old CEO take questions on all topics from net neutrality to virtual reality. Read full story here: Mark Zuckerberg at IIT-Delhi: Highlights of Facebook townhall 

Those talking of net neutrality are online, those offline have no voice, said Zuckerberg In his strongest statement yet on the Net Neutrality debate around Internet.org’s Free Basics service in India, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said those talking about it were all online and there was no one to speak for those who don’t have a voice. “Those who don’t have access to the Internet cannot sign online petitions,” he said in response to a question. Read full story here: Those talking of net neutrality are online, those offline have no voice: Mark Zuckerberg at IIT [protected-iframe id="9d58b9d4bde5df40ef1060e6ee8f62d2-53855017-59127797" info="https://www.youtube.com/embed/hfildALTxc4" width="100%" height="427" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen=""]

The townhall was more about feedback than questions Zuckerberg met with students at IIT Delhi, where he spoke of his company’s initiatives and addressed issues such as Net Neutrality and Internet access. "Our mission is to connect over a billion people don’t have an access to internet in India. It can provide health information, access to jobs,” said Mark Zuckerberg. Read full story here: Inspiring India's top students

Mark Zuckerberg on India, net neutrality and more: Top 5 quotes "There was not a single moment when I had a revelation that Facebook is going to be awesome. The reality is you start building something you care about and keep working on it," said Mark Zuckerberg. Read full story here: Mark Zuckerberg on India, Net Neutrality and startups: Top 5 quotes from Facebook townhall

Mark Zuckerberg, IIT-Delhi townhall, Zuckerberg townhall highlights, Zuckerberg visit to India, IIT-townhall details, Facebook CEO, Zuckerberg in Delhi, technology, technology news Zuckerberg was amazed to see the epitome of love. “..I’ve always wanted to see this. It is even more stunning than I expected. It’s incredible what people can build — and what love can motivate us to build,” he wrote in a Facebook post. Read full story here: Mark Zuckerberg visits Taj Mahal, says he is stunned