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Exclusive: Tim Cook starts day with visit to Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak Temple

At the temple, Tim Cook also had a chance to chat with Anant Ambani, the son of Mukesh Ambani.

Written by Nandagopal Rajan | New Delhi |
May 18, 2016 9:21:38 am
Tim Cook2 At the temple, he also had a chance to chat with Anant Ambani, the son of Mukesh Ambani. On the right, is Apple India head Sanjay Kaul. (Source: Express Photo)

Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off his much anticipated tour of India with a pre-dawn visit to the Shree Siddhivinayak Temple at Prabhadevi in Mumbai. His cultural experience at the temple comes before a morning of business meetings in the country’s commercial capital.

At the temple, Cook, who was accompanies by Apple India head Sanjay Kaul, also had a chance to chat with Anant Ambani, the son of Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani.

The Apple CEO will be meeting Tata Group Chairman Cyrus Mistry and others during the day, it is learnt.

READ MORE: Apple announces an iOS design centre in Bangalore

Cook is expected to travel to Hyderabad, Bangalore and Delhi later this week. However, there is no official confirmation of his schedule from Apple. There are unconfirmed news reports that he will be meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the trip.

See more photos from Tim Cook’s Mumbai visit

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