Ben Smith ‘…Bangladeshi Creating Unicorn in India’: Amid CAA Debate, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s View – News18

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Ben Smith'...Bangladeshi Creating Unicorn in India': Amid CAA Debate, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's View
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Kolkata:Expressing disappointment over the amended Citizenship Act, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that he would love to see a Bangladeshi immigrant help create the next unicorn in the country or become the CEO of Infosys.

Quoting Indian-born Nadella, Ben Smith, Editor-in-Chief of online website BuzzfeedNews, said on Monday, “I think what is happening is sad… It’s just bad…. I would love to see a Bangladeshi immigrant who comes to India and creates the next unicorn in India or becomes the next CEO of Infosys.”

Asked Microsoft CEO @satyanadella about India’s new Citizenship Act. “I think what is happening is sad… It’s just bad…. I would love to see a Bangladeshi immigrant who comes to India and creates the next unicorn in India or becomes the next CEO of Infosys” cc @PranavDixit

— Ben Smith (@BuzzFeedBen) January 13, 2020

Smith said Nadella made the observation while speaking to editors at a Microsoft event in Manhattan on Monday morning.

Hours later, noted historian Ramachandra Guha, who was last month detained while participating in a protest against CAA in Bengaluru, lauded Nadella for his stand. “I am glad Satya Nadella has said what he has. I wish that one of our own IT czars had the courage and wisdom to say this first. Or to say it even now,” he tweeted.

I am glad Satya Nadella has said what he has. I wish that one of our own IT czars had the courage and wisdom to say this first. Or to say it even now. https://t.co/KsKbDUtMQk

— Ramachandra Guha (@Ram_Guha) January 13, 2020

Later, in a statement issued by Microsoft India, Nadella said: “Every country will and should define its borders, protect national security and s

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