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Arun Pudur, an Indian origin CEO of Malaysia-based Celframe Technology Group of Companies, has been named the 10th richest person under 40 by Wealth-X, a global wealth intelligence and prospecting company.

Pudur, who is currently worth $4 billion, started at the age of 13 fixing bikes, and breeding champion dogs and became a millionaire at an early age of 21.

The list which was topped by Mark Zuckerberg with personal wealth estimated to be around $35.1 billion, also featured two under 40 female billionaires, Yang Huiyan of China and an American biotech entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes.

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A Complaint Registered Against Facebook’s Zuckerberg in an UP Court

"This has hurt my sentiments and has hurt national pride," the petitioner has said

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A complaint has been registered in an Uttar Pradesh court against Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and three others for using national symbols and letter heads of President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on its site without due permission.

Chief Judicial Magistrate Anand Prakash Singh on Wednesday set November 12 as the next date of hearing when the petitioner lawyer Omkar’s statement would be recorded.

Others named in the complaint are Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Product Officer Chris Cox, Facebook India Head Ajit Mohan.

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Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg. VOA

The petitioner has further alleged that the social media giant runs an application which allows certain national symbols to be used without permission.

He has submitted screen shots as evidence.

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The petitioner has demanded that the named persons be punished for this offence as they were not only getting cheap popularity with the use of such symbols but were also earning a lot of money.

“This has hurt my sentiments and has hurt national pride,” the petitioner has said. (IANS)

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