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  1. Actor Kangana Ranaut always manages to become a part of some controversy. She recently claimed that her Twitter account was restricted after she made some controversial remarks about the Tandav creators. Kangana Ranaut had said in her tweet which is now-deleted that it was time to take their heads off for insulting the Hindu gods in the series. Earlier today, she said that the liberal community had reported her account to Twitter and got it restricted for her to use by Jack Dorsey. Jack Dorsey is Twitter’s co-founder and CEO. She wrote in her tweet, "Librus cried to their chacha @jack and got my account temporarily restricted, they are threatening me mera account/virtual identity kabhi bhi desh keliye shaheed ho sakti hai (My account and my virtual identity might get martyred for the country anytime), magar my reloaded desh bhakt version will reappear through my movies. Tumhara jeena dushwar karke rahungi (I will make your life miserable).” Librus cried to their chacha @jack and got my account temporarily restricted, they are threatening me mera account/virtual identity kabhi bhi desh keliye shaheed ho sakti hai,magar my reloaded desh bhakt version will reappear through my movies.Tumhara jeena dushwar karke rahungi. — Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) January 20, 2021 Earlier she also tweeted, “Because even Lord Krishna forgave 99 mistakes of Sheshupala.... pehle Shanti phir Kranti (Silence must be followed by revolution).... time to take their heads off... Jai Shri Krishna." And she later retweeted more tweets that claimed Saif Ali Khan, Javed Akhtar and Naseeruddin Shah's ancestors fought with the British against Marathas and others. She made disparaging remarks about how 'treason' and 'loyalty' runs in one's blood, calling herself a true nationalist because she belongs to the bloodline of warriors, once again. ग़द्दारी और वफ़ादारी ख़ून में भी होती है, glad I come from a bloodline of warriors who fought for the integrity of akhand Bharat..... even if I wasn’t a Hindu I would have chosen to be a nationalist. हम वो नहीं जो अपनी ही थाली में छेद करें, जय हिंद । https://t.co/10YjsCa7KK — Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) January 18, 2021 And then again she clarified her tweet saying, “Jo libru dar ke maare mummy ki god mein ro rahe hai, woh yeh padh lein. Maine tumhara sir kaatne ke liye nahi kaha, itna toh main bhi jaanti hoon ki insects ya worms ke liye pesticide chahiye hota hai.” Tandav makers in a fresh statement said, "We have the utmost respect for the sentiments of the people of our country. We did not intend to hurt or offend the sentiments of any individual, caste, community, race, religion or religious beliefs or insult or outrage any institution, political party or person, living or dead.” View the full article
  2. Mumbai Police mention relationship in supplementary chargesheet filed in reference to TV ratings tampering case
  3. Seems like the nation constantly wants to know what’s happening with journalist and newsmaker Arnab Goswami. Every time one spots him trending on social media, a meme fest takes over as viewers continue to lose their ability to take his words seriously. © Republic Recently, advocate Prashant Bhushan, who is a public interest lawyer and activist shared leaked screenshots of WhatAapp conversations between Arnab and ex-CEO of BARC (Broadcast Audience Research Council) Partho Dasgupta, who is also currently swimming in the TRP scam case. These are a few snapshots of the damning leaked WhatsApp chats between BARC CEO & #ArnabGoswami. They show many conspiracies&unprecedented access to power in this govt; gross abuse of his media&his position as power broker. In any Rule of law country, he would be in jail for long pic.twitter.com/6aGOR6BRQJ — Prashant Bhushan (@pbhushan1) January 15, 2021 The TRP scam, in question, began last year in October when the BARC filed a complaint against a few TV channels (including Republic TV) and accused them of rigging their TRP numbers. The former CEO Partho Dasgupta and Arnab Goswami are being accused of rigging numbers. When the question of actress Rhea Chakraborty’s chats being leaked arose in the past, many claimed it was being done in national interest, ergo some are pointing out the hypocrisy over the hue and cry around Arnab’s chats being leaked now. As soon as the tweet became viral on the internet, people couldn’t help but joke about this whole situation. #ArnabGoswami Error! Filename not specified.Suddenness, the sheer suddenness of the moveError! Filename not specified.. So finally it is proved that Whatsapp is no more secure, neither end to end encrypted. Installing Signal. — Carbonated (@saqibhafix) January 15, 2021The whole situation explained in a video #ArnabGoswami pic.twitter.com/HR7rFSICCk — Manoj Tiwari(Parody) (@ManojMujra) January 15, 2021#ArnabGoswami :- What is this behaviour Zuckerberg ? Zuckerberg :- I am sorry Babu. Rhea & Karma smiling while reading this 73+ MB chat. pic.twitter.com/1au0vZNYnD — Ahmed Bilal Chowdhary ( احمد بلال چوہدری ) (@AhmedBilal_JK) January 15, 2021This is How Arnab's Chat leaked. Error! Filename not specified.Error! Filename not specified.#See_Full_Image.#ArnabGoswami and #WhatsAppPrivacyPolicy pic.twitter.com/LrZq4Ip4XJ — बाबूराव गणपतराव आप्टे (@baburao__aapte) January 15, 2021 While people cant help but make memes about this situation, many others are exhibiting their angst towards the horrendous misuse of power that these chats reveal. The sheer power of #ArnabGoswami, a News Editor. Reminding me of Dileep Padgaonkar's infamous comment: I am the most powerful man after the PM. A man with zero accountability discussing scrapping of Art 370 with NSA Doval a day before the formal announcement @pbhushan1 pic.twitter.com/lbjyjZEee6 — Poonam punekar (@PunekarPoonam1) January 15, 2021Whats the point of you higher education and degree plus your experience and age if you wasting on such issues which has no value addition to it?!! Just asking! What kind of example are you setting for your future generations? So sad to read venomous negativity from you always. — 🇮🇳 Kavita Damle 🇮🇳🦋Error! Filename not specified. (@KavitaDamle) January 15, 2021 A lot of people on social media are questioning the authenticity of these screenshots but turns out, that the Mumbai Police extracted data from BARC CEO's phone and these are apparently a part of that. Mumbai Police releases 500 pages WhatsApp chat between Arnab Goswami and Partho Das Gupta ( Ex CEO of BARC) pic.twitter.com/C3wnxjRi0N — Abhijeet Dipke (@abhijeet_dipke) January 15, 2021 The alleged leaked chats reveal some crucial information, including how Arnab Goswami met National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval two days just before the abrogation of Article 370, especially the fact that he knew all about the Article 370 abrogation discussion. Some of the messages also suggest that the former BARC CEO allegedly sent a confidential note to Arnab explaining that he had jammed the News Broadcasters Association (NBA) and Goswami allegedly replied that he may meet the Prime Minister in this matter. The court hearing is scheduled for 29th January 2021. Until then, the High Court has withheld any coercive action against all accused. View the full article
  4. WhatsApp has been facing a mass exodus in the past few days ever since the messaging app started forcing users to accept their terms of service. The messaging app explained its intention to collect data and share it with other Facebook-owned companies. The data includes sensitive private details that users might not be comfortable to share with any of Facebook-owned companies. © Unsplash However, in a statement by Telegram via a press release that can also be found on Telegram’s blog, CEO Pavel Durov pointed out a few security features of WhatsApp that raise eyebrows. There were numerous “bots” spreading false rumours about Telegram which included doubting Telegram’s one source nature. Durov responded “all Telegram client apps have been open-source since 2013. Our encryption and API are fully documented and have been reviewed by security experts thousands of times. Moreover, Telegram is the only messaging app in the world that has verifiable builds both for iOS and Android. As for WhatsApp, they intentionally obfuscate their code, making it impossible to verify their encryption and privacy.” © Reuters When looking further into WhatsApp’s security, it is indeed difficult to verify the instant messaging apps’ encryption and privacy measures. In fact, Turov believes WhatsApp’s encryption may even have backdoors that can be accessed by the U.S. Government. “Every chat on Telegram has been encrypted since launch. We have Secret Chats that are end-to-end and Cloud Chats that also offer real-time secure and distributed cloud storage. WhatsApp, on the other hand, had zero encryption for a few years and then adopted an encryption protocol funded by the US Government. Even if we assume that the WhatsApp encryption is solid, it’s invalidated via multiple backdoors and reliance on backups.” It is quite disconcerting to even have doubts that our personal messages can be accessed via a backdoor. It remains to be seen how true Turov’s claim really are however for now it is enough to convince many WhatsApp users to switch to other messaging apps. Telegram has seen a sudden surge in new users thanks to WhatsApp’s forced policies and has now amassed over 500 million users. If you are looking to switch messaging apps, we recommend moving to any of these three alternatives. View the full article
  5. Elon Musk visited the Ashton Martin manufacturing unit in the year 2008 and at that time he was treated as an ‘amateur car builder’. However, he is at the moment the owner of the world’s best automobile corporations. The CEO of Aston Martin had acted quite grumpy with him over the years as and when Elon Musk toured its manufacturing units. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO took to Twitter to respond to the incident in a funny tweet. Checkout the tweet here- He was indeed quite grumpy, but we did not actually know what we were doing, so he had a point — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 17, 2020 The same incident was described in 2015 in an e-book named Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future by Ashlee Vance. However, the incident went viral after the tweet that was posted recently. Tesla Owners Silicon Valley took to Twitter saying, “Hey @elonmusk how did your visit in 2008 to @astonmartin change what you did with @tesla? when Musk visited Aston Martin to see a tour of its factory, the CEO treated @elonmusk ‘like an amateur car builder.” To which Elon Musk responded saying, “He was indeed quite grumpy, but we did not actually know what we were doing, so he had a point.” Here’s what people on the internet have to say about this- Powerful! Just image in 15 years when we post side by sides of starship prototypes being stacked ring by ring vs the starship factory cranking them out for the Mars fleet. I can’t wait! — Robben4days (@Robben4days) December 17, 2020Given that Aston Marton apparently has zero plans to go electric, I doubt he has any regret. It's more likely that he still thinks Tesla is an aberration that will go bankrupt any day now and AM will be able to continue making ICE cars without worrying about this whole EV "fad." — paulee 🧢 (@paulee) December 17, 2020September 28, 2008 ️ pic.twitter.com/TbXXX2LXcu — Eva Fox 🦊 狐 (@EvaFoxU) December 17, 2020Phenomenal 12 years. Grumpiness definitely forgiven. — Tesla Owners Austin (@AustinTeslaClub) December 17, 2020What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
  6. 2020 - the year that started off with a pandemic wreaking havoc all over the globe, also witnessed another form of epidemic threatening people’s peace and safety. Instances of an infodemic taking hold of a scared, locked-down population began surfacing. © YouTube Surely you recall receiving a fair share of ‘updates’ and ‘news’ across social media platforms? Right from “cures” to unsanctioned myths related to COVID-19, all of it found its way to the internet and raised panic. Given that half of those ‘forwarded’ messages going ‘viral’ were fake, an infodemic was at large at the peak of the virus outbreak. But one man did his best to cut through the clutter and sieve out the good from the bad. Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan used humour and facts to put an end to fake news and misinformation related to the pandemic through his online chat show Koki Poochega. From @TheAaryanKartik to @Bhuvan_Bam to @rachana_ranade, check out India's top videos, creators and artists of 2020! https://t.co/rOygYfmOG1 https://t.co/COVQC2WiPA — Susan Wojcicki (@SusanWojcicki) December 15, 2020 Kartik’s chat show created an instant buzz and was super hit with his followers. The information given out was not only useful but also backed with facts from credible people which helped people understand the real situation better. Perhaps that’s why YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki applauded the actor while recognising musicians, international pop icons and content creators of 2020. © YouTube Taking to her Twitter account Wijcicki applauded Kartik’s content which also throwed light on the unsung heroes of the pandemic such as the frontline workers and first responders. Koki Poochega was definitely a great instance of how celebrities can use their popularity and reach to bring positive changes to the society. View the full article
  7. Recently, the UK became the first country to finally authorize the use of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine for its citizens. Now, people in the UK are the first ones to get vaccinated. After the UK, the United States also approved the vaccine for emergency use in the country. Recently, the US had to take on the mass vaccination drive after the country’s death-toll neared 3,00,000. © Reuters He also said that he is not a frontline worker and is 59 years old and is in good health and it would not be good for him to get vaccinated first. The CEO also asked the people to believe in the vaccine as the company has made it without cutting any corners. Pfizer‘a CEO says he won’t get the vaccine because he doesn’t want to cut the line. Seems awfully suspicious — Kevin Sorbo (@ksorbs) December 15, 2020 However, the fact that he is not choosing to get vaccinated himself is not going well with the people and here’s what they have to say about it- I think it’s more suspicious that he sold a boatload of his Pfizer stock when they announced that they had something ready to release to the public. — Sophia Cromwell (@SophiaCromwell) December 16, 2020 He's one person. I think the system can handle it. If he won't get it then no one should. If the chef won't eat the dinner he prepared then I'm not eating it either. Pretty straight forward. — GOD has the LAST VOTE - PZieger (@ZSlantXPost_88) December 15, 2020 If the Chef won’t try his soup... — Steve Ryan (@RyansCanada) December 16, 2020 There is no need. Absolutely no need. I hope people listen to their intuition and realise what’s happening — Kamya (Wandering Kamya) (@iamkamyabuch) December 16, 2020 Based on the results of the trials and the reports so far, it’s likely just him not trying to look like an elitist. It would not be in his best interests to intentionally release a detrimental vaccine. — ModemMarauder (@ElectroBard) December 15, 2020 Yes it does seem suspicious!!! — Linda Denise Martin (@rmartin412) December 16, 2020 But not surprising. He knows. — Robertashmerta (@robertashmerta) December 15, 2020 What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  8. It seems like Apple’s CEO is not exempt from the same problem most people with smartphones face today. With the advent of social media, news and entertainment apps, an average user’s screen time has increased tenfold over the past few years. It seems like Tim Cook was facing the same problem as he was recently discussing his iPhone usage patterns in a recent interview. View the full article
  9. All members of the squad, coaches and supporting staff were tested at the Shaukat Khanum Hospital, says Wasim Khan.
  10. PCB may hold a virtual draft for PSL 6 due to the rising coronavirus cases; matches will start from February 20
  11. PCB CEO Wasim Khan calls it a 'great achievement' that international players are coming to Pakistan; 'it's very good that people are trusting us'
  12. The PIA official maintains that Roosevelt hotel would be shut down for renovation and deliberations by Dec 31
  13. There is so much hate and negativity in the world that any kind of positivity and support is truly unforgettable. On the ladder to success, one should never ever forget the people who were there to support them or help them in any way to make their dreams come true. And that's what makes the story of a bank CEO and his former teacher all the more wholesome. © Facebook IDFC First bank MD and CEO, V Vaidyanathan, decided to honour his former maths teacher in a special way and thank him for his help years ago. He decided to gift his teacher, Gurdial Saini, 1 lakh equity shares worth Rs 30 lakhs because once upon a time the teacher gave him ₹500 to travel to a college interview. Reportedly, he did not have the money to travel to appear for an interview at the Birla Institute of Technology (Mesra). Well, thanks to the teacher who believed in him, he was not only able to study at the prestigious institute but also do extremely well for himself in his career. © Facebook It took him years to trach down Gurdial Saini as he had moved jobs but when he finally found out he was in Agra, he called him up and showed gratitude for his support years ago. And, then that was followed by the highly generous gift. What a pure, heart-warming story. The beautiful story was shared by an acquaintance of Mr.Vaidyanathan on Facebook. It was appreciated by one and all. Wholesome stuff. View the full article
  14. Google CEO Sundar Pichai who was named as one of the Worldâs Most Reputable CEOs by Forbes in 2018, would have never imagined making it to such a reputable list, let alone becoming the CEO of one of Big Four tech giants of the world 27 years ago when he first set foot in the USA as Pichai Sundararajan. As a young man in his early 20s, Pichai had arrived in the US to pursue his Masters at the prestigious Stanford University, an opportunity that would go on to change his lifeâs trajectory and cost his family an entire yearâs worth of income. © Reuters Despite his humble beginnings, Sundar Pichai went on to write his future on his own terms, and revolutionised the world by changing how people interacted with technology using the internet and Google products that would become survival essentials in the future. But here are 10 other things about Sundar Pichaiâs humble beginnings which prove that strong intent and sincere hard work will always be greater than monetary riches. 1. Sudhar Pichai was born in a lower middle-class family in Chennaiâs Madurai where he lived with his parents and younger brother in a two-room apartment in Ashok Nagar. © wikibio 2. Sundar Pichaiâs father, Regunatha, worked as an electrical engineer at General Electric Company, while his mother Lakshmi worked as a stenographer. However, she eventually gave up her job after Sundar Pichai and his brother were born 3. Growing up, Sundar Pichai or his brother didnât have exclusive rooms for themselves in the house. And due to lack of enough space, Pichai and his brother would sleep on the floor of their living room. © Reuters 4. With his father as the sole earning member of the household, the Pichai family fell in the moderate income bracket and couldnât afford most luxurious commodities such as a refrigerator, television or a car. 5. Sundar Pichai and his family survived a major crisis due to a serious drought during his growing up years, which ended up having such a grave psychological impact on him that even today he sleeps with a bottle of water right beside his bed. © YouTube 6. Sundar Pichai was 10-years-old when his family could finally afford their first rotary phone. The functioning and usefulness of this device would go on to plant the seeds of technological curiosity and innovation in the mind of a young Sundar Pichai. 7. While most of his neighbours had refrigerators at home, Sudhar Pichaiâs family also got one of their own eventually, though much later. Recalling how it reinstated the power and value of technology in his mind, Sundar Pichai said, âWe waited a long time to get a refrigerator, too, and I saw how my momâs life changed: she didnât need to cook every day, she could spend more time with us. So there is a side of me that has viscerally seen how technology can make a difference, and I still feel it.â © YouTube 8. Since owning a car wasnât an option, Sundar Pichai depended on local city buses or an old Lambretta scooter the family had to serve as a means of transportation. 9. Upon his graduation from IIT Kharagpur, Sundar Pichai landed a scholarship to pursue his Masters from Stanford in the US, but the price of the air ticket alone cost more than his fatherâs annual salary. So Pichaiâs father took a loan and used up the familyâs savings worth $1,000 to fund his flight ticket and initial expenses. © Reuters 10. Pichai, who didnât have regular access to a computer until he moved to the US for his graduate school, shared that life in America was not any easier. The cost of living was expensive and he would have to pay $2 per minute for a phone call home. Even a backpack cost the same as his fatherâs monthly salary in India. Yet, despite all odds and a major academic shift, not only did Sundar Pichai continue to persevere, but he also went on to attain great success in his life. By simply believing in himself and putting in the hard work to turn his dreams into reality, Pichai Sundararajan became what millions only aspire to be, the CEO of Google. View the full article
  15. Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey may not be the most vibrant public figure out there, but he surely comes across as the finest Steve Jobs-level tech-wiz with top-class leadership qualities. Time and again, through various means and approaches, Jack Dorsey has shown the world that running a successful business takes much more than just establishing it. Great organizations of this world are built upon strong ethics and ideologies which thrive on consumer satisfaction provided through high employee engagement and happiness index. © Twitter/ajplus And the Twitter CEO isnât just a man good with words, but also knows how to walk the talk and lead the way. Here are 7 such reasons which prove Jack Dorsey might just be the coolest boss out there that all of us need: 1. He Actually Cares About His Employeesâ WelfareHours ago, Jack Dorsey made headlines for sending his Twitter employees an email which said that they can continue to work from home as long as they want, even after the pandemic is over. So, basically what that means is, âif our employees are in a role and situation that enables them to work from home and they want to continue to do so forever, we will make that happen.â © Twitter Complex I mean, which other CEO would even consider such a move even if they get the chance? Think about it, Iâll wait. 2. He Is Least Bothered About His âAppraisalsâJack Dorsey is known to have taken just $1.40 as his base salary since 2018 - forgoing any increment or extra remuneration. However, keeping in mind that the total compensation of Twitter's median compensated employee was $213,155 in 2019, an employee to CEO pay ratio is less than 0.001. © BCCL While his employees continue to get their dues for their services year after year, the Twitter CEO hasnât claimed any benefits for himself and continues to work for his company and its future every day. 3. He Leads The Way By Setting ExamplesAmid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, Jack Dorsey has gone out of his way to ensure that he takes effective personal measures to help the world fight the pandemic. The man swore off â28% of (his) wealthâ, that is $1,000 million, to aid the fight against coronavirus and build a better future. © Twitter/nnavinsingh21 So, before calling people to donate whatever is in their power, Dorsey is doing his bit to encourage others. So far, he has donated $2.1 million to the Mayorâs Fund for LA towards domestic violence victims, pledged $10 million to REFORM Alliance which will help provide 10 million face masks and other PPEs for inmates, officers, health care workers and other prison employees. © Twitter/CBSNews The Twitter CEO has also donated $15 million to San Franciscoâs COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund, to help people and businesses impacted by the pandemic. Apart from all that, Dorsey has also donated $750K to Eminemâs Marshall Mathers foundation which works to help the youth in Detroit. 4. He Teaches His Team (& Others) To Have Faith In Their ProductNo company, however strong, can sustain itself in the long run if the ones who are working in it donât have faith in its potential and future. Similarly, Jack Dorsey, who also happens to be the founder and CEO of mobile payments company Square, has shown his team that trusting their own product is crucial. © Twitter/DatHaxor By regularly buying Bitcoin worth $10,000 every week, and maxing out his Bitcoin buys on Cash App, a subsidiary of Square, Jack Dorsey is encouraging his employees and customers to have faith in their products and services. And thatâs just one such instance. 5. He Welcomes Criticism & FeedbackWe all know how welcome any form of criticism or feedback is to most bosses. But thatâs not the case with Jack Dorsey. According to reports, earlier this year, the Twitter CEO made a video call to tech giant Elon Musk during a staff meeting to take âdirect feedbackâ and âcritiqueâ on Twitter from the man himself. © Twitter/nypost According to SkyNews, Dorsey asked, "Give us some direct feedback, critique, what are we doing poorly, what could we be doing better, and what's your hope for our potential as a service?" He further added, "If you were running Twitter - by the way do you want to run Twitter? What would you do?" © Twitter/Recode Musk gave him an honest response and said that it would be âhelpful to differentiateâ between real and fake (bots and organised trolls) accounts. "How do you tell if the feedback is real or someone trying to manipulate the system? ...Sometimes it can be very difficult to figure out what's real public opinion and what's not.â By encouraging an open feedback/criticism session during a staff meeting, Dorsey imbibed a good culture within his team and encouraged his employees to work with an open mind, accept criticisms and improve as they go. View the full article
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