India's Prime Minister Must Really Like His Camera Time
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi got a little handsy when Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was blocking his camera shot.
So, India's prime minister seems to have had a moment while visiting Facebook's headquarters.
Here's PM Narendra Modi.
And here's Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Unfortunately, he's blocking Modi's good side.
Modi was talking to Facebook's COO, Sheryl Sandberg. No word on what the box thingy was.
Modi's visit was part of a tour to woo Silicon Valley giants.
Also on the agenda were Tesla, Google and, of course, the United Nations Headquarters to meet President Barack Obama.
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