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HTLS Day 4 wrap up: Pichai’s future plans, Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Omicron

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The fourth day of Hindustan Times Leadership Summit noticed famend personalities take the stage, speaking about how ‘The New World Order’ seems of their area. In the opening session, Google CEO Sundar Pichai spoke with Hindustan Times editor-in-chief R Sukumar about how digital work tradition grew to become regular throughout Covid-19 pandemic and his future plans. The subsequent session noticed MobiKwik COO and co-founder Upasana Taku, and Sequoia Capital MD Rajan Anandan discuss concerning the present Indian startup tradition with CNBC-TV18 deputy editor Shruti Mishra. The following session had hotelier and Soneva CEO Sonu Shivdasani becoming a member of in dialog with Brunch editor Jamal Sheikh for a hearth chat whereby he spoke about luxurious journey and what it must do to stay sustainable. The concluding session noticed Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan take part dialog with Hindustan Times nationwide political editor Sunetra Choudhury whereby he talked concerning the Omicron Covid-19 vaccination protection and the current controversy associated to stand-up comedians.

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Speaking with Hindustan Times editor-in-chief R Sukumar, Google and Alphabet Inc CEO Sundar Pichai said that “web 3.0 is early” but there is “considerable excitement around decentralised architecture.” “The internet is, at the end of the day, a community. It's the people driving it forward. As a company, we are always looking to contribute to it,” he added.

Speaking with Hindustan Times editor-in-chief R Sukumar, Google and Alphabet Inc CEO Sundar Pichai mentioned that “web 3.0 is early” however there may be “considerable excitement around decentralised architecture.” “The internet is, at the end of the day, a community. It’s the people driving it forward. As a company, we are always looking to contribute to it,” he added.

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Sundar Pichai said that he sees India as a place where over time, Google will be able to “build things and take it globally.” “The first example of it was Google Pay,” the Google CEO told R Sukumar, editor-in-chief, Hindustan Times.

Sundar Pichai mentioned that he sees India as a spot the place over time, Google will be capable of “build things and take it globally.” “The first example of it was Google Pay,” the Google CEO instructed R Sukumar, editor-in-chief, Hindustan Times.

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During conversation with CNBC-TV18 deputy editor Shruti Mishra, Sequoia Capital MD Rajan Anandan said that it is an “exciting time” currently for Indian startups. “10 years ago, we had zero unicorns…In 2015, we had four unicorns,” he said during the HTLS 2021 where MobiKwin COO and co-founder Upasana Taku was also present.

During dialog with CNBC-TV18 deputy editor Shruti Mishra, Sequoia Capital MD Rajan Anandan mentioned that it’s an “exciting time” at the moment for Indian startups. “10 years ago, we had zero unicorns…In 2015, we had four unicorns,” he mentioned through the HTLS 2021 the place MobiKwin COO and co-founder Upasana Taku was additionally current.

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MobiKwik co-founder and COO said at HTLS 2021 that the one thing common between private and public markets is the “male-centric ecosystem.”

MobiKwik co-founder and COO mentioned at HTLS 2021 that the one factor frequent between non-public and public markets is the “male-centric ecosystem.”

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In the third session, hotelier and Soneva CEO Sonu Shivdasani told Brunch editor Jamal Sheikh that luxury doesn’t lie in objects but in “what’s rare.” “Fresh air, seeing the full moon, seeing the stars are much more valuable than gold, silver, or platinum. You cannot do that in Bombay, New York, or Delhi,” Shivdasani added.

In the third session, hotelier and Soneva CEO Sonu Shivdasani instructed Brunch editor Jamal Sheikh that luxurious doesn’t lie in objects however in “what’s rare.” “Fresh air, seeing the full moon, seeing the stars are much more valuable than gold, silver, or platinum. You cannot do that in Bombay, New York, or Delhi,” Shivdasani added.

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Hotelier and Soneva CEO Sonu Shivdasani mentioned that luxurious journey underwent change through the Covid-19 pandemic. Stressing on “sustainable tourism”, he added, “The hospitality and tourism industry has not yet truly embraced sustainable choices. It’s only lip service. The opportunities are right there but have not yet been embraced.”

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In the concluding session at day 4 of HTLS 2021, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan spoke with Hindustan Times national political editor Sunetra Choudhary. He said that his government aims at fully vaccinating the entire adult population of the state by December end, and to make that happen, there is “no need for a sweeping vaccine mandate in Madhya Pradesh.”

In the concluding session at day 4 of HTLS 2021, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan spoke with Hindustan Times nationwide political editor Sunetra Choudhary. He mentioned that his authorities goals at totally vaccinating the complete grownup inhabitants of the state by December finish, and to make that occur, there may be “no need for a sweeping vaccine mandate in Madhya Pradesh.”

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On Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that he doesn’t take the former “seriously.” “He has never seen villages, farms. Farmers too do not trust him, else Congress wouldn’t be in such misfortune situation,” the Madhya Pradesh chief minister told during the fourth day of HTLS 2021.

On Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, Shivraj Singh Chouhan mentioned that he doesn’t take the previous “seriously.” “He has never seen villages, farms. Farmers too do not trust him, else Congress wouldn’t be in such misfortune situation,” the Madhya Pradesh chief minister instructed through the fourth day of HTLS 2021.

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