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NEW DELHI: Microsoft Corp has been a major beneficiary of the work-from-home boom spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic. But chief executive officer (CEO) is realizing the pitfalls of being away from the office for so long. Online meetings can make employees tired and make it difficult to transition from a work mindset to private life, the executive said at…
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Microsoft rebrands Bing search engine as Microsoft Bing
Microsoft is all set to rebrand its Bing search engine as Microsoft Bing on Monday as a part of its rebranding effort. According to The Verge, the shift from Bing to Microsoft Bing was announced in a blog post by the company. The tech giant did not get into details. The rebranding means that Bing is now using its own logo and a Microsoft Bing logo on the homepage of the search engine.
Credit: ANI Duration: 01:10Published on January 1, 1970
‘Anurag Kashyap has a mafia type of an image’: Payal Ghosh meets NCW Chief
The actor who accused filmmaker Anurag Kashyap of sexual misconduct met the Chief of National Commission for Women (NCW) in New Delhi. Payal Ghosh said that Rekha Sharma assured her full support of the NCW in her case. “We discussed how the discussion can be sped up. NCW and Rekha ma’am has been by my side since day one. She assured me that they will do whatever needs to be done,” she said. The actor has also requested Maharashtra HM Anil Deshmukh Y plus security for her protection. Ghosh said, “It is said that they harass women and have a mafia type of an image. Whoever knows the industry from inside, knows this very well. So people are telling me that I have to be very careful.” The 30-year-old actor had filed a sexual assault case against Kashyap. She had accused him of sexual misconduct in 2013. She alleged Kashyap called her to his flat to discuss about casting her in his film. Watch the full video for more.
Credit: HT Digital Content Duration: 03:44Published on January 1, 1970
Had many expectations from Bihar CM, but he hasn’t faired well on those: Chirag Paswan
A day after the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) decided not to contest the upcoming Bihar elections under the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of Janata Dal (United), LJP president Chirag Paswan on October 05 stated that the party had many expectations from current Bihar CM, but he hasn’t faired well on those.He said, “We had many expectations from current Bihar CM, but he hasn’t faired well on those. Today, it’s a matter of concern for me that what Bihar CM’s idea of development is. The benefits of schemes haven’t reached the grassroots.” “If I had to choose the easier path, I would have joined the ‘gathbandhan’, but I choose a difficult path to give Bihar its due and bring back the state’s lost pride,” he added. LJP on Oct 04 announced, after a meeting in New Delhi its decision to go solo in the ensuing assembly election in Bihar. The Bihar assembly polls will be held in three phases on October 28, November 3, and November 7, and the counting of votes will take place on November 10.
Credit: ANI Duration: 01:40Published on January 1, 1970
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