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Toronto, April 16 There is enormous talent in India, but why no Google has emerged from India and why no Microsoft was born there, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has wondered. Addressing a gathering here during his official visit to Canada on Thursday, Modi said that for a ride in an auto-rickshaw in India, you have to spend approximately Rs.10 a km. But India has been able to send Mangalyan to Mars for less than Rs.7 a km. Also Read - Land of Afghanistan Should Not Be Used To Spread Terrorism In Any Country: PM Modi at SCO-CSTO Outreach Summit
The point here, he said, is that enormous talent exists in India. What we wonder is why no Google has emerged from India, why no Microsoft was born there. He said his government will create an atmosphere in India where innovation is encouraged and the talent in India is encouraged to bring about the latest major developments. Also Read - Recent Developments in Afghanistan Prove Radicalisation Biggest challenge to Peace: PM Modi at SCO Summit | Key Points
Saying that the uranium agreement with Canada would help India meet its commitment on climate change, Modi said Canada will supply the fuel to produce nuclear energy, which would help it to reduce carbon emission and thereby help climate change.