Asked to provide a message for students from India in US, he said he had two messages - one for those staying in the U.S. and for those returning to India. For those returning to India, his message: be an entrepreneur - don't go seeking a job. That's the spirit of America. For those staying on in America, he said you should serve the country you are living in.
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|For The Mathematically Inclined|
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|Youth - Prateek Sahay On Magic |
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