Google, one of the world's largest search engines, plans to expand its India operations to undertake new research and development projects aimed at better serving its worldwide users.
On their first visit to India and Bangalore, Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin said they were upbeat about the R&D activities being carried out by their Indian subsidiary, thanks to the incredible talent and other resources available in the country.
"It's our first visit to this great country and we are enjoying the trip immensely. We have seen a lot of incredible talent here. We feel this is the right place for us to be expanding our R&D work. We will be expanding here just as we are doing in the US and Europe," said Page.
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