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Topic - Sureep Tuli
"We used parts from many countries around the world, including China, but who doesn't? In the future more parts will be made in India," he said.
In front of television cameras, a bright-eyed Mr. Ban held up the computer together with India's U.N. Ambassador Hardeep Singh Puri and Sureep Tuli, the CEO of Datawind, which claims to have manufactured the device.