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Forget money, just have fun at work, says Google CEO Sundar Pichai

According to a media report, the Google CEO faced questions from his employee about this policy change and he responded that the employees should be aware of the recent news, externally.

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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Google Sunder Pichai was again in news. He was allegedly saying that Google employees should not equate money and perks with fun at the workplace. Instead of that, they should be looking for fun at the office to entertain themselves.

Reports said that the global search website has slashed the budget for employee travel and entertainment.

According to a media report, the Google CEO faced questions from his employee about this policy change and he responded that the employees should be aware of the recent news, externally.

Sundar Pichai said that the fact that they know, they were being a bit more responsible through one of the toughest macroeconomic conditions underway in the past decade. It was important that as a company, they pull together to get through moments like this.

He said that he could remember when Google was small and scrappy. They shouldn’t always equate fun with money. The employees should walk into a hard-working start-up and people might be having fun and it shouldn’t always equate to money.

The Google CEO further said that the employees could be a 20-person team or a 100-person team. They were going to be constrained in their growth on a looking-ahead basis. Maybe they were planning on hiring six more people but maybe they were going to have to do with four and how were they going to make that happen? The answers were going to be different for different teams.

Sharing the full interview of Sundar Pichai, CNBC’s Technology reporter Jennifer wrote that Google CEO Sundar Pichai spent much of a recent all-hands meeting addressing employee concerns about company cost-cutting measures.

She wrote on Twitter that the pull-back came amid economic uncertainty, Google’s consecutive quarter of weaker-than-expected earnings and growing bureaucracy. It was the challenge of reeling in a culture of unfettered perks it spent the last couple of decades creating.

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Imtiaz Ali’s Chamkila starring Diljit Dosanjh, Parineeti Chopra to release on April 12

Diljit Dosanjh, Parineeti Chopra starrer Chamkila will release on Netflix.

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The Imtiaz Ali-helmed film, which stars Diljit Dosanjh and Parineeti Chopra in the biopic of Amar Singh Chamkila, will hit theaters on April 12th, the makers announced on Monday. It will be available exclusively awailable on the massive streaming giant Netflix.

Netflix India released a new Chamkila teaser on their Instagram handle. Diljit’s voiceover can be heard in the teaser asking, “Log kya sunna chahte hai? (Would you please tell me what happened?) Additionally, he says, “Wo main kar sakta hoon.”

The teaser also gives the preview of film’s title music. With the release of this teaser, Netflix reveals that the Diljit Dosanjh and Parineeti Chopra film will be available for streaming on the massive platform on April 12.

Sharing the video, Netflix captioned it, Jab vo chedta tha saaz, kuch aisa hi tha Chamkila ka Andaaz Imtiaz Ali’s AmarSinghChamkila arriving on 12 April.

The film will tell the story of Chamkila, playe by Diljit, and his wife Amarjot Kaur, playe by Parineeti, who was assassinated on March 8, 1988, along with other members of their musical gang. Imtiaz Ali became interested in the story because of the journey and intrigue surrounding their assassination, which is still an open case.

Meanwhile, during an interview, Diljit said, that playing Amar Singh Chamkila was onbe of the most challenging roles that he has played till now. He also said that he is thrilled to work again with Netflix.

Chamkila, will be Parineeti Chopra and Diljit Dosanjh’s first joint venture. The film’s soundtrack is yet to be released, however there is speculation that Imtiaz Ali and his team are working on a special record just for the audience.

Irshad Kamil penned the lyrics, while AR Rahman has given music for the film. Parineeti and Diljit has also sang for few of the tracks as well.

The film is backed by Mohit Choudhary, Select Media Holdings LLP, Saregama, and Window Seat Films.

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PM Modi pays tribute to VD Savarkar on death anniversary, says India will remember his valiant spirit

Veer Sawarkar passed away in 1966 on February 26.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today paid tribute to the hero of Hindutva Vinayak Damodar Savarkar and said that India will never forget his unwavering dedication to the country’s freedom and unity.

Born at Bhagur on May 28, 1883, Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, often known as Veer Savarkar, was raised there. Savarkar, an esteemed advocate of the Hindutva ideology, passed away in 1966.

Tributes to Veer Savarkar on his Punya Tithi, PM Modi wrote in a post on X. He also said, India will forever remember his valiant spirit and unwavering dedication to our nation’s freedom and integrity. His achievements motivate us to work toward our nation’s growth and prosperity, rhe PM added.

The national president of the BJP JP Nadda, on his officia X handle said, he pays his tribute to Swatantryaveer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, the great hero of the Indian freedom struggle, the founder of cultural nationalism, an embodiment of unparalleled sacrifice and bravery, on his death anniversary. He also said, millions of his compatriots will always find inspiration in his commitment to securing Mother India’s freedom and fostering cultural awareness in the community.

Meanwhile, following his graduation from Pune College in 1906, Savarkar pursued legal studies in the United Kingdom. He founded the Free India Society that same year.

Savarkar was certain that national education should be given, a revolutionary spirit should be fostered, and the principles of Swadeshi and a boycott of foreign products should all be part of the fight for the freedom of the Motherland.

He was detained in London in 1909 on suspicion of organizing an armed uprising against the Morley-Minto reform. After that, he was given two life terms in the Andaman cellular jail. Savarkar was freed from prison in 1924, but only if he would stay out of politics for five years. He did, however, keep pushing for other social reforms, such as the abolition of untouchability.

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India Vs England: Rohit Sharma hits gritty fifty as India inches closer to Ranchi Test win

He became the 17th Indian to achieve the feat. He played a milestone innings as he also registered 1000 runs against England. Sharma continued his fine touch his fine touch on Day 4 and slammed James Anderson for a magnificent six. As India moves closer to a win and securing the series win, the Indian captain leads the charge for the hosts.

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Indian captain Rohit Sharma scored his 17th Test half-century as he crossed 9000 runs in his Test career on Monday. The Indian skipper got off to a brilliant start on the 4th day of the Ranchi Test as the India chases a target of 192 runs against England. Earlier in the innings the Indian captain crossed the 4000-run mark in Test matches. In 58 Test matches, he has scored a total of 4,003 runs with an impressive average of 44.97, including 11 centuries and 16 fifties.

He became the 17th Indian to achieve the feat. He played a milestone innings as he also registered 1000 runs against England. Sharma continued his fine touch his fine touch on Day 4 and slammed James Anderson for a magnificent six. As India moves closer to a win and securing the series win, the Indian captain leads the charge for the hosts.

The Indian captain has been in lukewarm form throughout the Test series. His batting had been far more impressive in the Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam Tests. But Sharma came back into form as he hit a magnificent century agianst England in Rajkot. Earlier in the first innings of the Ranchi Test, he could manage just 2 runs.

England’s 2nd innings witnessed a collapse, reaching a total of 145 runs. Zak Crawley (60) and Johnny Barstow (30) showed some resistance, but Indian spinners dominated, with Ravichandran Ashwin (5/51) and Kuldeep Yadav (4/22) taking all 10 wickets.

In the first innings India posted 307 in response to England’s 353, with Yashasvi Jaiswal contributing significantly. Despite struggling at 219/7, an important partnership between Dhruv Jurel (90) and Kuldeep (28) helped India surpass the 300-run mark. Spinner Shoaib Bashir took a 5 wicket haul (5/119), Tom Hartley (3/68) and James Anderson (2/48) also made important contributions with the ball.

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