Bill Gates tries hand at making roti, draws PM Modi’s praise


PTI, Feb 4, 2023, 1:23 PM IST

Billionaire businessman and philanthropist Bill Gates’ stab at cooking a roti drew praise from Prime Minister Narendra Modi who encouraged him on Saturday to try his hand at making millet dishes too.

Gates, the Microsoft co-founder, posted on Instagram a video of him making a roti.

Superb, Modi reacted, and said that the latest trend in India are millets, known to be healthy.

”There are many millet dishes too which you can try making,” the prime minister said with a smiling emoji.

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