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Twitter donates Rs 110 crore to India

Staff Correspondent
Twitter donates India
India is devastated by the epidemic of coronavirus. In this situation, various countries and organizations including the United States, United Kingdom and France have stood by the country. This time the microblogging site Twitter stood by India.

Twitter has donated 15 million to the troubled Corona crisis, about Rs. 110 crore in Indian currency. However, the money was distributed not to central government funds, but to voluntary organizations Care, Aid India and Seba International USA.

Twitter's chief executive officer (CEO) Jack Patrick Dorsey said in a tweet on Tuesday, May 11 that $15 million split between @CARE, @AIDINDIA, and @sewausa to help address the COVID-19 crisis in India.

Recently, the United States and Britain have also stood by India's troubled times. India has appealed to the international community for help as the corona infection has reached alarming proportions. The United States has responded by sending an oxygen concentrator to India. Britain then sent ventilators and oxygen concentrators.

The European Union, Israel and Germany have also promised to help India. Necessary medicines from Britain came to India at an early stage. They also sent 100 ventilators and 95 oxygen concentrators.

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