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Google executives to meet Modi during his US trip, to take tips on updating Google maps

14, Sep 2015 By Sandeep Kadian

California: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is planning to visit the Googleplex later this month during his highly anticipated tour of Silicon Valley. While Mr Modi will be focusing on attracting investment from the tech giant, sources reveal that Google is also planning on taking Mr Modi’s help for their own benefit.

PM Modi using his extensive travel experience to make few changes to the Google Maps algoritm
PM Modi using his extensive travel experience to make few changes to the Google Maps algorithm

Speaking to Faking News on the condition of anonymity, a senior Google executive said, “There have been a lot of complaints about the accuracy of Google maps recently and we can definitely take help of someone who has traveled all across the globe to update these maps. Sometimes these maps create unnecessary political tensions and we can remove all that using Mr Modi’s personal experience.”

“Hopefully this will be a start of long collaboration. We can start with the maps and later on use Mr Modi’s extensive travels to update Google Street view as well. While taking his selfies, he can sneak in a panoramic image of the street he is on. I am sure we will have the entire world covered during his tenure,” he went on to add.

Mr Narendra Modi, who has been frequently referred to as the first ever NRI Prime Minister is quite willing to help out Google as well, a close aide of the Indian PM revealed to Faking News. As per inside sources, Mr Modi has already drawn a list of countries not visited by him yet and those 5 countries will be visited by him within next 6 months.

Even though this collaboration between Google and Mr Modi is yet to be finalized, arts professors of Indian origin across USA have already condemned it in strongest terms.

A letter signed by 66 Indian origin professors has reached US President, Mr Barack Obama where they have urged him to fight the growing ‘Indianisation’ of Google.