Soon after the news for the Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg arriving in India spread via social networking sites — be it engineers, social workers, politicians or students — excitement was only word that could describe the whole energy pouring within the 130 million users community in the country. Zuckerberg arrived in India, and what was the first thing he did? Any guesses! He visited Taj Mahal in Agra. Afterall, it is one of the seven wonders of the world and every one is curious to know what made a king devote all his money for love.

The very next day, i.e. on Wednesday he interacted with some of the people — intellectuals, professionals, academicians and students — at the event known as Townhall meeting in IIT, Delhi campus. Number of enthusiasts were just spell-bounding, as everyone out of 800 sitting at the auditorium wanted to ask Zuckerberg their favourite question and were keen to see the instant response from the young entrepreneur. (ALSO READ: Make no mistake: Mark Zuckerberg’s Delhi Townhall was just a promotional event for internet.org)

Across all the questions asked within the time limit of one hour, most of them were related to professional ones but were quite interesting the way they were asked, especially about ‘Candy Crush’ requests and how to block them! For more entertainment, watch the video.

 

Q&A with Mark from Delhi, IndiaWatch the full video of today’s Townhall Q&A with Mark at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi.Posted by Q&A with Mark on Wednesday, October 28, 2015