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‘Hisaab Dena Padega ‘: Ex NCB officer Sameer Wankhede receives death threat on twitter
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‘Hisaab Dena Padega ‘: Ex NCB officer Sameer Wankhede receives death threat on twitter

Sameer Wankhede, a Ex Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) officer, claims to have received death threats on social media. On August 14, a message was sent to Sameer Wankhede from the account "Aman" on Twitter. The sender stated in the mail in Hindi, "Tumko pata hai tumne kya kiya hai, iska hisaab tumko dena padega" which means You know what you have done, and you will have to pay for it. Another message came from some other account ans said " khatam kar denge" which means you will be finished. Once this happened, Sameer Wankhede went to the Goregaon police, who are now filing a FIR. Yesterday, Wankhede's statement was captured on tape. According to police sources, the account had no followers and is thought to have been set up with the intention of threatening Wankhede. Following the an...
Elon Musk sent Warning messages to Twitter CEO Parag Aggarwal: Reports
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Elon Musk sent Warning messages to Twitter CEO Parag Aggarwal: Reports

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, and Twitter are engaged in a heated argument that is changing all the time. According to recent reports, Musk texted Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal on June 28 informing him that the company's lawyers were attempting to "cause trouble" after they requested information on the financial terms that Musk was planning to use to complete the acquisition of Twitter. This was before withdrawing from the agreement. "Your lawyers are using these conversations to cause trouble. That needs to stop,"  According to reports, Musk wrote. Musk delivered a specific statement, when Twitter asked about how he would pay for the Twitter agreement. After Musk chose to back out of the USD 44 billion acquisition offer a few days ago, Twitter filed a lawsuit. According to The...
Twitter Crisis: Rattled and uncertain of its future, the Social media giant stumbles on
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Twitter Crisis: Rattled and uncertain of its future, the Social media giant stumbles on

Twitter Crisis: Anxious workers, cautious marketing, and constrained management Twitter is struggling while it waits to find out how Elon Musk's buyout proposal will be resolved. The company is in limbo only days before the first court hearing in Twitter's lawsuit, which seeks to compel the Tesla CEO to complete the $44 billion deal. "The best conclusion for me would be that he leaves us alone so that we can go on our merry way," A senior social media network engineer told AFP. The engineer mentioned retiring staff and a  "climate of uncertainty that does not leave one with a peaceful state of mind." "We're still trying to do our work normally because the main reasons why we chose to work for Twitter still hold true," he included. Musk's uninvited offer, which he has since wit...
Twitter to Fight Musk, hired firms who made Poison pills Defence
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Twitter to Fight Musk, hired firms who made Poison pills Defence

According to reports, Twitter has retained Wachtell Lipton, Rosen & Katz, a well-known law firm with its own Wikipedia entry, whose founding partner Martin Lipton is credited with creating the shareholder rights plan, also known as the "poison pill," a defence mechanism that Twitter initially used to thwart Musk's attempted takeover. Musk filed a paper last Friday, July 8, 2022, in an effort to revoke his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter. Bret Taylor, the chairman of Twitter, counter-tweeted in response to the action. He said that the business would continue to take legal proceedings to finalise the acquisition as planned. Bloomberg reported that the micro-blogging service that presents its case in the Delaware Court of Chancery has urged Wachtell Lipton's appointment. Th...
Elon Musk terminates USD 44 billion Twitter Deal
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Elon Musk terminates USD 44 billion Twitter Deal

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, has sent a letter. In this letter he explains why he is canceling the USD 44 billion deal to buy Twitter, claiming numerous violations of the acquisition agreement. Twitter is in material breach of numerous terms of the Merger Agreement, as further explained below, Mr. Musk is terminating the agreement, the letter stated on Friday. "In short, Mr Musk has repeatedly provided detailed clarifications intended to make it easier for Twitter to identify, and gather. And disclose the most pertinent information sought in Mr. Musk's original requests, but Twitter has not provided the information Mr. Musk has requested for nearly two months." Agreement between Twitter and Elon Musk In an agreement worth about $44 billion. Elon Musk and Twitter agreed to be...