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  1. After a long time, two Indians will be working alongside at the International Cricket Council (ICC) headquarters. After Shashank Manohar being elected as President of the ICC, Manu Sawhney has been announced as the Chief Executive Officer of the ICC with immediate effect. For the past two months, Sawhney has been working alongside outgoing CEO, David Richardson to ensure a smooth transition for the organisation. Richardson will remain with the ICC until July, as originally planned, to oversee the delivery of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019 to be held in the United Kingdom later this year. Sawhney, a graduate from Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani, India, was with ESPN Star Sports for seventeen years. During his tenure as Managing Director, he was responsible for scaling the business and doubling the annual revenues whilst delivering innovative content and digital growth strategy. He also built strong partnerships with stakeholders across 24 countries in Asia, according to reports. © Sportswire Additionally, he led the global broadcast partnership deal with the ICC that ran from 2007-2015. He is also a non-executive director and member of the Audit Committee of Manchester United Ltd. Being grateful for the position, Manu said: “I am excited by the opportunities ahead and I am looking forward to working in partnership with our Members, partners and staff to ambitiously accelerate the global growth of the game. Technology, engagement, women's cricket and driving greater value are key focus areas for us as we consider how we can innovate to transform the sport's long-term future and create a vibrant and sustainable sport globally.” He has paved the path for Indians to reach the apex of the international sport off the field and is set to inspire many youngsters growing up. Let us know your thoughts on his inspirational journey in the comments section.
  2. The fact that men don't like washing their jeans too often is all too well-established by now, but Chip Bergh, the CEO of Levi's, has taken it to a whole new level. The man has claimed that his jeans haven't seen the insides of an washing machine in over 10 years. He has also suggested that all of us should do the same. I know, right? We had this exact same reaction that you're probably having right now. How does it even work? What happens when it's dirty? Does it not smell? What about sweat, stains, germs?! But he had a solution to these things. He said he spot cleans stains, and whenever he feels they have become too dirty, he hand washes them lightly. Rest of the times, he just puts in out in the sun, and that apparently takes care of the cleanliness, as well as the germs. In fact, sunning a pair of jeans is apparently better to get rid of germs than washing it, and it also keeps the fabric fibers intact for years. © Getty Images For areas where sunlight is not available in plenty, storing jeans inside the freezer apparently can get rid of 90% of germs. Who knew? But we wonder what happens to the rest 10% of germs. © Getty Images Well, it probably works in countries with less pollution. We're wondering whether Chip still maintains his stand if he ever comes and lives in Gurgaon for a month. As for us, let's just say we'll have to be prepared for a flying chappal coming our way before so much as sharing this method with our mother, even on phone.
  3. A second heartwarming story on Twitter in one day and not a story about a bunch of trolls? How? I never knew this was even possible. Okay, keeping all the jokes aside, I would just like to say Twitter is having a good day today. First, there was a son who helped his dad who was about no customers showing up at his donut shop with the power of social media and now, a huge company took out the time to give the perfect response to a little boy with big dreams. Alan Joyce, the CEO of Qantas, an Australian airline took the time to respond to 10-year-old Alex Jacquot who had sent him a handwritten letter asking for advice about his own airlines called Oceania Express. Just look at the adorable little letter! He's already working on his dreams and has tried to set up everything, he's so serious about achieving this that he wrote to a man who he knows can guide him. This kid is going places, I can tell you that right now. Well, a CEO of big company is obviously busy but I still can't get over how Alan Joyce took out the time to give a proper response to Alex. After all, CEOs help out other CEOs. Here's the letter Alan sent back to Alex: Such a good way to encourage a little kid to go and achieve his dreams. You already know that Alex is going to remember this letter his whole life, and it will probably motivate him as well. Look at how happy he looks! Our competitors don't normally ask us for advice, but when an airline leader reached out, we couldn't ignore it. Naturally, there was only one way to respond: CEO to CEO. pic.twitter.com/JTFpzn5a6Y — Qantas (@Qantas) March 11, 2019 Everyone will be flying with Oceania Express in a few years. Corporate Australia taking our young people seriously! I love it! Investing in the future....Can't wait to book a ticket with Oceania Express....ð https://t.co/zJ8YBIyaLd — Jane Artup (@Janeartup) March 11, 2019 Well done. As a former Qantas employee, I could not be more proud than I am right now to be affiliated with a company (that I will always feel part of). Well done, Alan. — âHeather Forresterâ (@itsme_heather) March 11, 2019 Love all the hashtags. Hats off to Alan Joyce & @Qantas What an opportunity for Alex and all those Oceania Airline employees. I hope we see Oceania Airlines in the skies one day! #dreambig #dreamscancometrue #ifyoucandreamityoucandoit #kidpower https://t.co/Y0UektKGOa — Justin Hill (@jedjnr) March 11, 2019 Young fans are important. This is how business persons should respond to young fans. And if you haven't flown Qantas, you're missing out on one of my favorite airlines, and a gorgeous country to fly over and visit. https://t.co/cgv8yZF79I — Vic.castillo23 (@VC2388) March 11, 2019 Exactly. Seeing it posted on social media does make this more of a marketing exercise, but can't fault it if the end result is inspiring entrepreneurs of any age. Well done Qantas. — Jason Bowman (@freakdesign) March 11, 2019 He's coming for you! Brilliant! - And wonderful to see Catering is high on his list of priorities. Other Airline CEO's lookout! https://t.co/tRhnpnp6R5 — Jeremy Clark ð¬ð§ð¨ð­ð²ð¾ (@Trayset) March 11, 2019 This is so cute. Hey Alex - Pete drew some blueprints up for your first plane! Good luck! #TheProjectTV pic.twitter.com/HIkveqLWH5 — The Project (@theprojecttv) March 11, 2019 Yes. "Please take me seriously." Alex is very relatable. — Bela (@_Bellabyrinth) March 11, 2019
  4. Donald Trump and Tim Cook have been making headlines all day today for a hilarious reason. During a conference at the White House, the US President accidentally referred to Apple's CEO as 'Tim Apple', instead or Mr. Tim Cook. ... here's the president of the united states calling tim cook, ceo of apple, "tim apple." pic.twitter.com/RTc45RFm5e — fake nick ramsey (@nick_ramsey) March 6, 2019 Goes without saying that it soon became a meme and social media is having a field day joking about it. Calling Tim Cook Tim Apple to his face is my version of the American dream. I want to look Bill Gates in the eye and call him Jim Microsoft. — Kaleb Horton (@kalebhorton) March 7, 2019 "Please, Tim Apple is my work name. Call me Mr. iPhone." https://t.co/8xcbH8p9cy — Travon Free (@Travon) March 7, 2019 Some people tried to illustrate it with cool pictures and graphic imagery and the result was...well. Tim Apple with President Orange ðð pic.twitter.com/1cI1QkA0an — suppelsa (@suppeIsa) March 7, 2019 Tim Apple on the streets... Red Delicious in the sheets. pic.twitter.com/KieaY1RuOa — Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) March 6, 2019 The legend of Timmy Apple Phone. #timapple pic.twitter.com/HvxpHwu12s — No Name (@ohheh) March 6, 2019 Low key, most people actually loved this new name! Ok but to be honest, #TimApple is probably how I would have saved his name in my phone. — Linz DeFranco (@LinzDeFranco) March 7, 2019 Someone changed Tim Cook's name to “Timothy Donald Apple” and these are the moments in which I love the internet. #TimApple pic.twitter.com/LtEsatpSyg — AndyLincoln's Finger (@Lincolns_Finger) March 7, 2019 Okay, we give full marks to Salman Bhai for this. Salman Khan did it before it was cool. #TimApple pic.twitter.com/KgtzQ9uvyf — MVelhal (@MVelhal) March 7, 2019 People were quick to make a full virtual team of all CEO's with their company name as their surname, which is hilarious. #timapple This should be a good predication for Trump aye? pic.twitter.com/UaI6oyDS0S — Krithiga Narayanan (@Krithiganarayan) March 7, 2019 New Trump-Name Generator: Your Trump-name is your first name + occupation / company. Go! #TimApple pic.twitter.com/CWGsWSwvsV — IG: @TheOriginalCult ð¥ (@OriginalCult_) March 7, 2019 Well, looks like he had too much of 'covfefe' this morning!
  5. As the CEO of Apple, it is safe to say that Tim Cook is a prominent name in the industry. It's hard to miss the guy in the glasses, even if you are not particularly tech-savvy. However, it looks like the US president, our very own Donald Trump, thinks Apple's CEO is.... 'Tim Apple'. © Reuters During an American Workforce Policy Advisory Board meeting yesterday, the president referred to the CEO of Apple as 'Tim Apple' instead of Tim Cook. In his defence, names are hard. We get it. But we wonder if you can flub a name like Tim Cook, given his reputation in the industry and beyond. Here's what Trump said while addressing the media - "You've really put a big investment in our country. We appreciate it very much, Tim Apple." Better yet, here's a video clip in which you can see Trump unmistakenly referring to him as 'Tim Apple'. Also, watching Tim Cook politely nodding his head is just priceless. Trump just called Apple CEO Tim Cook “Tim Apple” pic.twitter.com/gTHHtjWvc9 — Sean O'Kane (@sokane1) March 6, 2019 It's hard to tell if Trump did this on purpose or he legitimately did a, what we like to call, an oopsie. In fact, this isn't the first time Trump has made a mistake while referring to someone. Last year, he referred to Lockheed Martin's CEO as "Marillyn Lockheed", instead of Marillyn Hewson. It's alright Mr Trump. Better luck next time.
  6. One of the biggest fears to live by in the man-made digital age, is fearing the leakage of classified or fragile information, from various digital mediums. A bigger fear than that is fearing the leakage of nude pictures that someone's ex may have of them, on a digital platform. Yes, we live in such a disruptive age, that it just takes a click for something like that ever happen. © Twitter Leaking someone's nudes digitally also makes for the best blackmail till date and it's a scary ordeal TBH. If you don't believe me, you can surely ask Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, who actually chose to say 'no' to blackmail, only to wind up with a potential scandal in hand, after he publicly announced his divorce from his long-time wife MacKenzie. Bezos has publicly claimed that a local tabloid is blackmailing him with steamy leaked photos of him to his recent 'lover', and he definitely won't succumb to any form of blackmail, whatsoever. © Pintrest On a personal blog post, Besoz said that the 'National Enquirer' is threatening to publish his 'intimate photos' and that he has chosen to reveal the information about the threats rather than 'capitulate to extortion and blackmail'. The blog entry is titled 'No Thank you Mr. Pecker', and in it, Bezos is accusing the local tabloid of threatening him to publish intimate photos of him with Lauren Sanchez, the reporter with whom he was having an affair. I've written a post about developments with the National Enquirer and its parent company, AMI. You can find it here: https://t.co/G1ykJAPPwy — Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) 7 February 2019 Bezos believes the publication thinks the pictures were blackmail-worthy because they were perfect to tarnish the richest man's reputation amidst the Amazon stakeholders. Bezos has hired an investigator to further figure how the tabloid got hold of his intimate pictures in the first place. But the big question is, why would the National Enquirer blackmail him anyway? © Instagram According to Bezos, the parent company of the tabloid- American Media Inc. wants the Amazon chief to admit publicly that their investigation into his personal life was never "politically motivated or influenced by political forces". By now we all know the National Enquirer carried out a detailed investigation into Bezos' affair, which eventually led to his marriage ending, but we're not sure how any of it was influenced politically though. The National Enquirer claimed it had evidence that Bezos was "whisking his mistress off to exotic destinations on his $65 million private jet." "Something unusual happened to me yesterday. Actually, for me, it wasn't just unusual? - it was a first. I was made an offer I couldn't refuse. Or at least that's what the top people at the National Enquirer thought. I'm glad they thought that, because it emboldened them to put it all in writing," Bezos wrote. "Rather than capitulate to extortion and blackmail, I've decided to publish exactly what they sent me, despite the personal cost and embarrassment they threaten," Jeff Bezos states in his blog post. © Twitter The tabloid holds photos of Bezos in his briefs, naked selfies and an explicit dick picture. One of the emails sent to Bezos by AMI reads- "If your client agrees to cease and desist such defamatory behaviour, we are willing to engage in constructive conversations regarding the texts and photos which we have in our possession," To which Bezos replies, in his blog post "Well, that [the email] got my attention but not in the way they likely hoped. Any personal embarrassment AMI could cause me takes a back seat because there's a much more important matter involved here. If in my position I can't stand up to this kind of extortion, how many people can?" © Twitter As of now, Bezos has decided to run the risk of the tabloid leaking his nudes, in order to publicise the AMIs extortion practices and show the world how they really do business. I think it's a mighty brave move, Mr CEO. He adds- "Be assured, no real journalists ever propose anything like what is happening here. Nothing I might write here could tell the National Enquirer story as eloquently as their own words."
  7. NVIDIA launched a brand new GPU for users who are budget conscious but still want to get the best experience for that price, and AMD, just days after, announced its new chip that will compete directly with the RTX 2080. © AMD In a roundtable attended by Gizmodo, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang laughed off the competition and described AMD's announcement as “underwhelming”. He claimed that the RTX 2080 will “crush” AMD's Radeon VII in benchmarks. “The performance is lousy,” said Huang, referring to AMD's latest GPU, Radeon 7. © AMD NVIDIA introduced a ray-tracing to their new GPUs and you can read all about it here. The technology has been developed over the past ten years in collaboration with Microsoft and game developers. You can read our review of the RTX 2080 and about its performance here. In our tests, the RTX 2080 performed extremely well with certain games and you can see our results below: © MensXP Ray tracing basically traces light in real-time that basically results in better textures, lighting effects, reflections and accurate shadows. AMD's latest GPU does not support this technology at the moment and the company claims it is 25 per cent more powerful than the previous generations. When asked, AMD CEO Lisa Su about Jensen's comments, Su responded, "What I would say is that we're very excited about Radeon VII, and I would probably suggest that he hasn't seen it yet." So, I guess we'll have to wait a few more weeks to see how things shake out with final hardware and drivers, and independent performance testing.
  8. Twitter is a great place for people to share news and new ideas but sometimes people get so illogical, it's actually hilarious. Case in point, some people on the website are trying to get Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, banned from Twitter, his own site. Yep, let that sink in. This absurdity is a result of Jack holding up a placard that said 'Smash Brahminical Patriarchy' during his visit to India. He met up with a bunch of women journalists, activists, and writers to talk about his experience in the country. During Twitter CEO @jack's visit here, he & Twitter's Legal head @vijaya took part in a round table with some of us women journalists, activists, writers & @TwitterIndia's @amritat to discuss the Twitter experience in India. A very insightful, no-words-minced conversation ð pic.twitter.com/LqtJQEABgV — Anna MM Vetticad (@annavetticad) November 18, 2018 Here's the poster that has caused the controversy. © Twitter So basically, the term 'Brahminical Patriarchy' is causing the outrage but people are not understanding that it's not being anti-brahmin or even directly saying anything about brahmin people. Feminists use the term #BrahminicalPatriarchy to talk about how #brahminical norms determine #caste & #gender relations. It is fact not violence to name how one caste through scripture has held hegemonic power for centuries. #SmashBrahminicalPatriarchy @twitterindia @jack pic.twitter.com/SYQgLvnqBx — Dalit Diva (@dalitdiva) November 20, 2018 Nope, this is not a direct attack at brahmins but people are angry because this is apparently 'anti-brahmins' or 'anti-Hindu'. As an Indian I am disappointed at Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's 'Smash Brahminical Patriarchy' placard - will Minister â¦@Ra_THOReâ© pl take action for this hate mongering against an Indian community,spreading hatred? â¦@PMOIndiaâ© â¦@rsprasadâ© https://t.co/TMae3DbNXa — Mohandas Pai (@TVMohandasPai) November 19, 2018 Yep, people aren't happy. Terrorism has no religion. Yet Patriarchy is Brahminical. #TwitterLogic — Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) November 20, 2018 But, the best kind of hate came in the way of a movement to ban the CEO of Twitter from Twitter itself. Ban the Twitter's Jack 'Ass' CEO https://t.co/WgKvzGCZeu — Pawan Kr (@Pawan_Mithila) November 20, 2018 Do you even know what you're saying? Twitter should ban it's CEO account. https://t.co/2QfjdZQTjT — Akash Sharma (@krisakashsharma) November 20, 2018 Are you kidding me? Will @Twitter dare ban their bigot CEO @jack? pic.twitter.com/wV0DcZJmpD — Pankaj Bengani (@pankaj_bengani) November 20, 2018 Both I and Twitter have one thing to say - Awkward — Twitter (@Twitter) November 19, 2018 Okay, I'm done with the absurdity of this, this is the real question. I'm mildly confused about one thing. Why are some people who say there is no such thing as Brahminical patriarchy upset with those who want to smash it? If it doesn't exist, let them smash it, no. What goes of your daddy? — Amit Varma (@amitvarma) November 20, 2018 Exactly. Why are people outraging against twitter's campaign to smash brahminical patriarchy? It only refers to a culture where discriminatory notions of purity, pollution, and inherent hierarchy prevail. What is wrong in opposing something like that? — Vasudha Venugopal (@vasudha_ET) November 19, 2018 You can't really reason with such people. Right wing outrages without academic knowledge. To outrage against @Jack because he supported Smash Brahminical Patriarchy is like outraging against someone who said "end racism" or "stop rape". It is a concept, a feminist call for decades. pls read https://t.co/IjeMJnGC3j pic.twitter.com/KhDvw2VOwX — Sanjukta Basu (@sanjukta) November 19, 2018 They live their life based on that 'High School Musical' song. when women say "men are trash" men lose their shit when dalit women say "smash brahminical patriarchy" brahmins lose their shit when kashmiris say "azadi from india's occupation" indians lose their shit oppressors everywhere lose their shit when the status quo is challenged — my sou-ditious heart ð°ð±ð¼ð (@soupykaur) November 19, 2018 By trying to get Jack banned from his website? Twitter CEO @jack held a placard that had 'Smash Brahminical Patriarchy' written on it and the Hindu Right, as usual, has reacted with self-righteous indignation. By foolishly calling it an attack on Brahmins, they are trying to get back at Twitter for banning RW hate-mongers — Manimugdha Sharma (@quizzicalguy) November 19, 2018 Just stop. Yes pls, stop the ignorant outrage. Brahminical patriarchy isn't about individual brahmins, but the notion of purity that oppresses women (and men). If u think this doesn't exist, ur brain is soaked in it. P.S. defensive attacks against ppl saying this is the demo of the concept https://t.co/VcpF7OKzbv — Rohini Mohan (@rohini_mohan) November 20, 2018
  9. While most of us were busy stalking Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's wedding pictures on Twitter, Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey was busy chilling in India. For all those people, who were frantically looking for Shah Rukh Khan at Ranveer and Deepika's wedding in Italy's Lake Como, we're sure you couldn't even find his shadow in any of the pictures because he was in India meditating with Jack. In fact, he especially went to Mannat to wake him up. We're not making this up, he tweeted it himself. He first asked him "@iamsrk u up?" @iamsrk u up? — jack (@jack) November 14, 2018 He then tweeted a picture of SRK's house saying "Knock Knock". @iamsrk knock knock pic.twitter.com/1srdqFiy3O — jack (@jack) November 14, 2018 SRK being SRK, he was at his wittiest best while replying to Jack and wrote, "Up and Ready. And shockingly on time...if anybody has warned u about my tardiness they r just spreading 'fake news...'" Up and Ready. And shockingly on time...if anybody has warned u about my tardiness they r just spreading 'fake news...' https://t.co/LE9ybOyJ3K — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) November 14, 2018 And finally the two met and SRK posted a picture of him chilling or should we say meditating with Jack. he wrote, "Today @jack made me realise with his calm demeanour & composed, nearly meditative mindset...'that all Work and no Pray, would make Jack a dull boy.” Thx for dropping in & also team @Twitter for a lively evening. Have a happy stay in India." To which he replied, "Thank you for having us." Today @jack made me realise with his calm demeanour & composed, nearly meditative mindset...'that all Work and no Pray, would make Jack a dull boy.” Thx for dropping in & also team @Twitter for a lively evening. Have a happy stay in India. pic.twitter.com/melFfe8NKJ — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) November 14, 2018 PM Modi, who is one of the most followed leaders on social media and boasts of 44.4 million followers on Twitter, too met with Jack on Tuesday and said he enjoys using Twitter, "I enjoy being on this medium, where I've made great friends and see everyday the creativity of people." © Twitter Dorsey tweeted about his meeting and said: “Thank you Prime Minister @narendramodi for having us today. I enjoyed our conversation about the importance of global conversation. Also: thanks for the ideas for Twitter!”
  10. I read somewhere that determination takes you places, excuses don't and I guess it's absolutely right. The world is primarily divided into two parts – one, that is great in getting things done and the other, that is brilliant in coming up with excuses. While most of us proudly move to the latter part of the world, there are some who stick with the former and turn out to be an inspiration for everyone. © Pexels If this wasn't true, then we wouldn't be talking about Walter Carr right now, whose dedication towards his work has left us speechless and has filled our hearts with respect for him. His efforts might mean nothing to some people, but what he did is not something everyone can do. In fact, if we find ever find ourselves in Walter's situation, most of us will probably not do what he did. © Twitter Walter recently joined a company that assists people in moving into their houses. On his first day at work, he was supposed to help his clients Jenny Lamey and her husband Chris, who stayed nearly 20 miles away from his house (FYI that's 32 km). Jenny lives in Homewood and Walter lives in Pelham, Alabama. But, a night before his first day at work, Walter's car broke down and he didn't know how he was going to get to work. But, Walter did not lose hope. He started walking around midnight and walked 32 km to reach the house on time on his first day at work. Moved by Walter's dedication, Jenny took to social media to share this inspiring story. This deserves 1000 retweets! Read this amazing story about Walter, a new bellhop in Birmingham. Major shoutout to the @PelhamPoliceAL officer who lended a helping hand. pic.twitter.com/eLgbAxg4uv — Bellhops (@BellhopsMoving) 15 July 2018 She wrote, “Walter said that he was supposed to help us with our move today. The officer proceeded to tell us that the previous evening, Walter's car broke down and he didn't know how he was going to get to work. So he left Homewood at MIDNIGHT and started WALKING to Pelham on 280. He WALKED ALL NIGHT.” The cops picked him up in the morning and took him to get breakfast and after knowing his story, brought him to Jenny's house. The couple asked if he wanted to take some rest, but he declined the offer and started working. Reportedly, when the company's CEO heard this news about his new employee, he was extremely proud of him and drove to Walter and gifted him a 2014 Ford Escape as a reward. We guess, hard work does pay off and the reward sure is great. Source: Inquirer
  11. The Pfizer logo is seen at their world headquarters in New York April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly/Files1NEW YORK/WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump called Pfizer Chief Executive Ian Read on Tuesday to say the company?s July 1 price hikes...
  12. Islam has served as the chairman of the Saaf Pani Company, and is accused of having awarded contracts for 84 water treatment plants at a higher price-Photo: FileLAHORE: An accountability court on Monday extended the remand by 14 days of Pakistan...
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