Indian-American Billionaire Donates USD 10 Million To Hospitals In India

As India is battling with the whole-world destroying second rush of the pandemic, Indian-American tycoon financial specialist and investor, Vinod Khosla promised USD 10 million for the stock of clinical oxygen to medical clinics in India.

Vinod Khosla is a prime supporter of Sun Microsystems and the organizer of Khosla Ventures. As per 2020 Forbes, Mr Khosla was recorded No. 353 on the 400 most extravagant individuals list. Vinod Khosla is additionally investing diligent amounts of energy to finance emergency clinics for oxygen supplies. On Twitter, he expressed that they is a serious need in saving lives at our best in light of the fact that further deferral may wind up in more passings.

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India detailed 3.92 lakh new cases just now. The nation is accepting an immense measure of fortitude, backing, and help from both unfamiliar guides and from fat cats the country over as well. Recently, DRDO gave more than 50 oxygen chambers (46.7 lit water ability) to Gandhi Hospital, Secunderabad, Telangana in presence of Union priest Kishan Reddy. Additionally, the Australian Cricket Association and the UNICEF Australia, who expressed that they are devasted seeing India’s bad dream, gives $50,000 to help India battle pandemic.