Monday, 21 November 2022

The Indian Spy who never came back!


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This is a story of a young Indian patriot, considered to be the  best Indian spy, a forgotten hero who put his entire life on the line for the benefit of his country. And serving his motherland he died young, a sad and lonely death in a foreign country. He couldn’t even see his loved ones and his country again. Very few people have heard about him and his story. Ravindra Kaushik (11 April 1952 – November 2001) was a Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) operative, also named as Black Tiger, who is believed to be one of India's best spies.

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Not much is written about him, but from time to time I have read something about him and his supreme sacrifice for the nation. It needs true courage and dedication for what he did. I am writing this story about this super spy and forgotten hero with the information I gathered over the years. Ravindra Kaushik was a Research and Analysis Wing operative, also named as Black Tiger, who is believed to be one of India's best spies. Kaushik served the R&AW from 1979 to 1983 in Pakistan. He was able to penetrate the Pakistan Army and was recruited as an officer. 

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The media focus and controversy over Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence by a Pakistani court puts the spotlight on spies and their network. One such remarkable story is of Ravinder Kaushik, who was just 23 years old when he first went undercover for RAW. This is his courageous and unbelivable story which normally one reads in books or sees in a movie.

Ravindra Kaushik was born in Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan on 11 April 1952 in a Hindu Brahmin family. His father, JM Kaushik, was an Indian Air Force officer; his mother Amla Devi passed away in 2006. He did his graduation from SD Bihani PG College, Sri Ganganagar, earning a Bcom degree and was actively involved with theatre acting while in college. Kaushik loved theatre and performing characters as a teenager and that's how RAW spotted him. And he was recruited by the R&AW.

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Kaushik was trained in Delhi for two years to be an undercover Operative in Pakistan. He was also trained to live the life of a Muslim and was trained in Urdu language. Being from Sri Ganganagar, a city near Rajasthan's border with Punjab, he was well versed in Punjabi as well, which is widely understood in Punjab (India) and Pakistan as well. In 1975, at the age of 23, he was sent to Pakistan as an undercover R&AW operative. It was a tough call but he was confident of executing it.

Kaushik converted to Islam, underwent circumcision and was given the cover name "Nabi Ahmed Shakir" and entered Pakistan in 1975. After successfully getting admission in Karachi University, he also completed his LLB. He joined Pakistan Army as a commissioned officer and was eventually promoted to the rank of major. He married a local girl named Amanat, the daughter of a tailor in one of the army units, and had a child who died in 2012–2013.

From 1979 to 1983, Kaushik worked as a Pakistani army officer. As trained at R&AW, he was sending valuable information to R&AW which was of great help to India. He was given the title of 'Black Tiger' by the Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi for his daring acts in a foreign country.

In September 1983, R&AW sent a low-level operative, Inyat Masih, to get in touch with Kaushik. But, Masih was exposed by Joint Counter intelligence Bureau of Pakistan's ISI and he blew Kaushik's cover. Kaushik was also captured, tortured for two years at an interrogation center in Sialkot. He was given the death sentence in 1985. His sentence was later commuted to a life term by the Supreme Court of Pakistan. He was kept in various jails in various cities, including Sialkot, Kot Lakhpat and in Mianwali jail for 16 years. He managed to secretly send letters to his family in India, which revealed the true scenario, his poor health condition and the trauma faced by him in Pakistani jails. In one of his letters, he wrote: Kya Bharat jaise bade desh ke liye kurbani dene waalon ko yahi milta hai?" (Is this what people who sacrifice their lives for a big country like India get?)

In November 2001, he succumbed to pulmonary tuberculosis and heart disease in Central Jail Mianwali in Pakistan. He was buried behind that jail. According to Ravindra's family, Indian government had refused to recognise him and had made no effort to help him. Kaushik is regarded as India's best spy to ever penetrate the ranks of the Pakistan army.

It is believed, in intelligence circles there’s an unwritten rule, whenever spies or operatives are caught or compromised, the intelligence agencies all over the world refuse to own or accept them as their personnel, which makes it difficult for any government to officially intervene in such cases. And the family members often wonder why the government doesn’t intervene.

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After hearing the news about Ravindra's death, his father died of shock which caused a heart attack. His mother Amladevi died in 2006. His younger brother, Rajeshwarnath Kaushik, who is two years younger to Ravindra, lives in Jaipur. Ravindra Kaushik's nephew, Vikram Vashisth, also lives in Jaipur. The saddest part is, they never got to see Ravindra Kaushik again.

Seeing in movies or reading spy thrillers, people have a fancy image of spies like James Bond. But actually their lives are tough and dangerous as the enemy country’s counter intelligence is always on the lookout. They gather vital information and pass it on to his intelligence bosses about latest enemy moves or plans providing them with updated information on defence installations, army deployment, armaments and weapons, etc, at the same time keeping low profile and his cover intact. If caught, they get tortured and killed without anyone’s knowledge.

Ravindra's family claimed that the storyline of the famous Bollywood flick "Ek Tha Tiger" released in the year 2012 was based on the life of Ravindra and asked for credit in the movie titles for Ravindra. But the director Kabir Khan denied their claim. Romeo Akbar Walter, a 2019 Indian film written and directed by Robbie Grewal is loosely based on his activities in Pakistan, John Abraham plays the role of Ravindra Kaushik in the film.

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Paytm users can now make UPI payments to mobiles with third-party UPI apps

Paytm Payments Bank says the move facilitates interoperability across all UPI-based payment apps, ensuring a superfast and seamless experience. Paytm Payments Bank Limited (PPBL) has announced that users on the Paytm app will now be able to make UPI payments to mobile numbers across all UPI payment apps, even if the recipient is not registered with Paytm.

With this, Paytm app users can instantly send and receive money to and from any mobile number with a registered UPI ID, regardless of who the service provider is. The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) has enabled all payment services providers to access its universal database and make UPI payments interoperable, the firm said in a statement.

This gives users the benefit of interoperability across all UPI-based payment apps, ensuring a super fast and seamless payments experience, the statement further said.

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Monday, 31 October 2022

My tour of Singapore!


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Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is known as the Lion City (Singapura) and consists of the main island and about 64 smaller offshore islands, including Sentosa (the largest of the offshore islands), Pulau Ubin, St John's Island and the Sisters' Islands. Singapore is famous for being a global financial center, being among the most densely populated places in the world, having a world-class city airport with a waterfall, and a Botanic Garden that is a World Heritage Site and a popular tourist destination.

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In the first week of August took a Singapore Airlines flight from Mumbai. It was a pleasant journey with the efficient and caring crew. After about five and a half hours of flying landed at Singapore’s Changi Airport, considered to be one of the best airports in the world. It was quite impressive and beautiful. After going through the routine emigration check, we proceeded to collect our baggage. On collecting the same we were on our way out. It's often said the first impression is the best impression.

The first thing that impressed was the giant waterfall in the premises of the airport. It is said to be the largest indoor waterfall. After having a look around, next took a cab to our destination that would be home for the next fortnight. Our daily visits were almost planned and was combined to see the special events and show on the Singapore National Day.

Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is known as the Lion City (Singapura) and consists of the main island and about 64 smaller offshore islands, including Sentosa (the largest of the offshore islands), Pulau Ubin, St John's Island and the Sisters' Islands. Two bridges connect Singapore to Malaysia and Continental Asia. The Johor–Singapore Causeway links Singapore to the Malaysian city of Johor Baru on Peninsular Malaysia. Singapore shares maritime borders with Malaysia and Indonesia.

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Singapore, city-state located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, about 85 miles (137 kilometer) north of the Equator. It consists of the diamond-shaped Singapore Island and some 60 small islets; the main island occupies all but about 18 square miles of this combined area. The main island is separated from Peninsular Malaysia to the north by Johor Strait, a narrow channel crossed by a road and rail causeway that is more than half a mile long. The southern limits of the state run through Singapore Strait, where outliers of the Riau-Lingga Archipelago—which forms a part of Indonesia—extend to within 10 miles of the main island.

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Singapore is the largest port in Southeast Asia and one of the busiest in the world. It owes its growth and prosperity to its focal position at the southern extremity of the Malay Peninsula, where it dominates the Strait of Malacca, which connects the Indian Ocean to the South China Sea. Once a British colony and now a member of the Commonwealth, Singapore first joined the Federation of Malaysia on its formation in 1963 but seceded to become an independent state on August 9, 1965.

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Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is a sovereign island country and city-state in maritime Southeast Asia. The city-state is 710 square kilometer and inhabited by five million people from four major communities; Chinese (majority), Malay, Indian and Eurasian. Since its independence in 9 August 1965, the country has adopted a parliamentary democracy system.

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Singapore is in the equatorial monsoon region of Southeast Asia, and its climate is characterized by uniformly high temperatures and nearly constant precipitation throughout the year. The average monthly temperature varies from about 81° F (27° C) in June to 77° F (25° C) in January. The daily range is somewhat greater, averaging about 13° F (7° C). Singapore’s maritime location and constant humidity, however, keep maximum temperatures relatively moderate: the highest temperature ever recorded was only 97° F (36° C).

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Singapore is famous for being a global financial center, being among the most densely populated places in the world, having a world-class city airport with a giant waterfall, and a Botanic Garden that is a World Heritage Site. It might be ranked the second-most expensive place in the world, and accommodation, food, and world-renowned attractions can definitely be a bit pinching on your pocket, but there are ways to save in Singapore. Booking in advance and planning your trip extensively will allow you to cut spending corners and it won't be cumbersome.

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The country's main exports include electronics, chemicals and services. Singapore is the regional hub for wealth management. Water is scarce in Singapore and a sizable percentage of water is imported from Malaysia, therefore it is defined as a precious resource.

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Generally, Singapore is very safe to visit. It is probably the safest country in Asia to travel to, but one should not take it for granted. Use your common sense and keep your valuables and documents closely by your side.

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Ranking fifth globally, Singapore is Asia's second-biggest millionaire oasis after Tokyo. Home to 249,800 millionaires, including 336 centi-millionaires and 26 billionaires, the city state is widely regarded as the world's most business-friendly city, and is one of the top destinations for migrating millionaires.


Modern and efficient, Singapore is a comfortable city to live in. Its good planning, infrastructure, schools, and healthcare system make it a pleasant place for expats of all ages to reside. The taxation system in Singapore is very low and is considered to be generous.


There are four official languages in Singapore: English, Mandarin, Malay and Tamil. English has been the predominant language of instruction in schools for most Singaporeans since the 1970s, so English-speaking visitors will do just fine in most circumstances.


Singapore is known for its impeccable cleanliness and low crime rate. The country has such a strong reputation for being safe that the authorities had to put out a warning stating that “low crime does not mean no crime,” reminding people to stay vigilant.


Singapore's tap water is thoroughly compliant with the World Health Organization's (WHO) Guidelines for Drinking-water Quality.


Is it safe to walk at night in Singapore? Yes, it is more than safe to walk at night in Singapore. The streets are usually well lit, and people are normally around no matter what time it is. If you're worried about your safety though, it pays to simply get a Grab to take you home.


As a “nation of believers,” faith is integral to Singapore's cultural identity. 43.2 percent of Singapore's population is Buddhist or Taoist, making this the largest religious group in the state. Christianity accounts for 18.7 percent, Islam 14 percent, Hinduism five percent, other religions 0.6 percent.


The city is well planned and the layout has been done in such a way so that the buildings and structures are in harmony with nature. Attention has been paid to open areas and greenery.


Singapore is well connected by efficient city buses and metro train covers almost the entire island city. It is fast and convenient to reach any part of the city state. A common prepaid card for bus service and metro makes your travel seamless


It appears the people here are health conscious and are normally slim and fit, eating small meals frequently. The eating places and restaurants are always buzzing with people. Singapore is known as a tourist destination and for its hot and humid climate, being very clean, and growing in area due to reclaimed land.


The city-state is a shopper's paradise, besides the usual luxury brands sold in luxurious malls, you can buy almost everything except chewing gum. Singapore is also known as "Instant Asia" because it offers visitors a quick glimpse of the Asian cultures that immigrants have brought from all parts of the continent. It has its China Town and Little India making it a mix cultural place.


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Twitter may soon start charging $20 per month for 'blue tick'

Elon Musk has reportedly given an ultimatum to the employees to roll out monthly subscription pack for Twitter Blue by November 7. Twitter may soon roll out paid verification for its users. Elon Musk, who took over the social media platform last week, has asked employees to roll out by November 7 a $19.99 monthly subscription pack for Twitter Blue, a report by The Verge said on Monday.

Currently, Twitter Blue can be availed at $4.99 per month and provides additional features like ad-free articles and a home screen icon that has a different colour. For a $19.99 subscription, Twitter may also offer paid verification. This would be the first time when the users would be able to actually purchase the "Blue Tick". Musk, on Sunday, tweeted that the company is "revamping" the current verification process.

On Sunday, Musk also reportedly told its employees that they must meet the deadline or "pack up and leave", The Verge reported.

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Friday, 28 October 2022

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Many young Pakistani men and women have launched Youtube Channels focused on India - its progress and development, comparing it with Pakistan though it doesn’t make sense. It’s more of Pakistan reaction videos on India’s development in different sectors. Most of these youngsters go around with mike and camera seeking public opinion about India and its recent development. Most of these anchors themselves are not well-versed with the chosen subjects.....

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Recently in a media talk show, while talking to Pakistani journalist Cheema, Sajid Tarar, an America-based businessman and political commentator admitted that he used to think Pakistan is 50 years behind India. But seeing the progress and new developments in India with the launching of satellites and designing and construction of aircraft carrier etc, he feels Pakistan is 100 years behind India, and India is much ahead in every field. Even Kamal Cheema would say, Pakistan is 15 years behind India. I think Sajid Tarar has made a correct assessment and understands Pakistan better than most.

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Many young Pakistani men and women have launched Youtube Channels focused on India - its progress and development, comparing it with Pakistan though it doesn’t make sense. It’s more of Pakistan reaction videos on India’s development in different sectors. Most of these youngsters go around with mike and camera seeking public opinion about India and its recent development. Most of these anchors themselves are not well-versed with the chosen subjects. They are not aware of the full facts themselves. And this half-knowledge is dangerous and exposes their ignorance many a times. Most of these anchors need a crash course on India to know the full facts before making comparison between the two countries.

Another noticeable thing is most of them speak Urdu and sprinkling of English in Punjabi accent, which sounds funny. As they are not clear about the full facts of the chosen subject, ask questions with half-truths. Most of them hail from Lahore and compete with one another on doing better than the others creating rifts among themselves. Sometimes even the chosen subject seems to be on the same lines as other anchors too pick the same subject. Sometimes it's repetitive too.

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They interview common people on the streets most of them who are ignorant or are not even aware of the happenings around the world. For them the answer is Pakistan is a muslim country and number one in the world. Their army is brave and number one in the world. India is nothing compared to Pakistan. And Indian and the world is jealous seeing the progress in Pakistan. These interviews expose the level of education of the people, their mindset, their thinking and outlook. Most Pakistanis live in their own world literally believing in what is shown and said on the local media. They are not exposed to world media. Most of them are not even aware that their country is in an economical and political upheaval. Their leaders go abroad to beg for funds to run the country.

It’s not only limited to the illiterate, or madrassa-educated masses, even the educated people are in a dream world. Without even realizing the precarious condition of its economy, running on loans and grants, they proudly say, Pakistan is a modern and developed country more advanced than India. Their ISI and army is number one. Some go to the extent to say, the world copies Pakistan to develop their countries. Most of these reaction videos are more-funny than the Kapil Sharma Comedy show.

By interviewing the illiterate, half-literate or madrassa-educated masses they are exposing themselves to the world and making them a laughing stock. With poor IQ and nil general knowledge and devoid of latest information, they give crazy and funny replies to the questions posed to them. Even the educated are no less funny, and their women, most of them still believe nobody can beat Pakistan and it is ahead of India in every field. In all this chaos there are few sane voices who have traveled abroad and speak sense with facts and admit India is far ahead in most fields. And it's difficult to catch up with India. 

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Many of the anchors keep repeating that both countries attained independence at the same time, India on 15 August and Pakistan on 14 August, one day before India. This is factually wrong. India was under British rule. There was no Pakistan before August 1947. India got its independence on 15 August 1947. Pakistan was carved out of India for muslim majority as per the demands of Jinnah and Muslim League. So it’s not Independence day, it should be Pakistan National day. For three years, Pakistan celebrated on 15 August like India and then decided to change and celebrate on 14 August, one day earlier.

The anchors should do their homework on the chosen subject and know certain basic facts before going around interviewing people. They exhibit their ignorance. India is about 4 times the size of Pakistan area-wise and the population is 7 times that of Pakistan. India is fifth largest economy in the world. Will soon be 3-4 largest economy. Maharashtra, a state in India, its GDP is more than the GDP of Pakistan. Indian army stands at fourth position, whereas Pakistan army is around 9-10th position in world ranking. Indian Air Force is fourth on the list ahead of China. India has a much bigger and stronger Navy with aircraft carriers.

India manufactures a wide range of products and equipment's from textiles, machinery, defense equipment, artillery guns, missiles, cars, trucks, armored vehicles, helicopters, fighter planes, drones, frigates, aircraft carriers, space rockets, etc. India is recognized as the IT hub of the world. In automobile industry, India is 3-4 in the world. In space science, India has reached the Moon and Mars, that too at a lesser cost than the west. Pakistan is still trying to reach India! India and NASA is launching satellites for other countries. Earlier India created a record by launching 104 satellites in a single rocket. Recently during Diwali India launched 36 UK satellites into space in a heavy rocket. India is planning to send spacecraft to Venus and is also planning a mission to the sun. And is also working on sending man to space. India's make-in-India is appreciated the world over and is exporting a wide range of products including defense equipment.

India ranks high in education and is renowned worldwide with many top Indian universities and technical institutes listed in the world top list. Indian Institute of Technology and Indian Institute of Management is reputed all over the world and the students who have graduated from here are occupying senior positions and are CEOs in multi-nationals and in the corporate world. India is in second position where English is spoken. A Pakistani friend in UAE told me a decade ago, that over 50% of Pakistanis are illiterate. CEOs of Google, Microsoft, Adobe, Mastercard, Pepsi, IBM, Albertsons, Netapp, Nokia, Palo Alto, Arista, Novartis and Dellotite are all Indians. US Vice-President Kamala Harris and UK Prime Rishi Sunak are of Indian origin. This tells the story of Indian influence world-wide.

Some Pakistanis like talking about poverty in India without knowing the truth. As per recent reports its 36% in Pakistan, whereas in India, from 6% it is almost 1% now. They are not prepared to believe it. Another often repeated line seems to be, Pakistan has a lot of talent. Then why it has not been harnessed for the betterment of the country in the last seventy years. I fail to understand that in no other muslim country do they claim, we are muslims, but in Pakistan, they keep repeating we are an Islamic country and hence we are ahead of all. Without realizing that there are more muslims in India than Pakistan and are proud Indians. It's hard for them to believe this fact. Next they say, muslims in India are suffering and are targeted without realizing muslims in India in every field, be it education, business, science and technology, sports, films, arts and literature are doing well for themselves along with other Indians.

Another frequently made tall claim by the people is that, always India attacked Pakistan, and Pakistan defeated India in all the wars. One Pakistani is equal to 10-15 Indians. The fact is Pakistan lost all the four wars – 1948, 1965, 1971, 1999. Apart from the common man, even the media and anchors find it hard to believe. They can refer to their own war reports and videos of their own Pakistan Air Force Chief Ashgar Ali and others where they clearly state, all wars were started by Pakistan and Pakistan lost all the wars. In 1971, Pakistan lost half its country and its morale. 93,000 Pakistan soldiers surrendered to the Indian army and returned after spending more than a year in POW camps in India. In Kargil, Pakistan got a befitting reply, lost men and machine and their credibility. These wars have seen a lot of bloodshed and loss of life and property due to the foolishness of the Pakistani army.

Kashmir is another subject they like to comment on. Pakistanis claim Kashmir belongs to them. In the last 70 years, I have yet to meet a person who can prove or convince that Kashmir belongs to them. Hassan Nisar, a well-known political analyst and commentator said in no uncertain terms – how does Kashmir belong to Pakistan? He added, even Pakistan was a part of India. East Pakistan, now Bangladesh which part of Pakistan, they couldn’t hold on and it separated from Pakistan, they are doing better in all fronts. Common Pakistanis believe, Kashmir should be part of Pakistan simply because they are muslims. What about Bangladesh? They too were muslims and you lost them. Pakistan army was responsible for the worst genocide committed on the people of East Pakistan. The Pakistan army massacred its own citizens and raped the women.

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The anchors will do well if they are aware of all the above facts so they can counter the people speaking wrong or nonsense and making a fool of themselves. They should correct them there and then though they are not willing to hear anything against their country. But facts are facts though it may be bitter. These anchors have made a beginning, though with some restraint and fear of the authorities. Many people are realizing and surprised by the facts  and disparity in both the countries.

If Pakistan has to progress and develop,  the people must first think of their nation and not mix religion in everything. Forget believing they are leader of the muslim world as nobody takes them seriously. Pay attention to education, health care and nation building by choosing proper leaders. Kashmir issue has done more harm to Pakistan. Kashmir is kept alive by the politicians and army to keep their interests alive. Common people are fooled by hollow slogans by the Pakistan media. And sooner Pakistan accepts the truth about India, its better. There is no comparison between India and Pakistan. A stable Pakistan is good for India too.

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Elon Musk to replace Parag Agrawal as Twitter CEO

After completing his $44 billion acquisition, taking the helm of the social media giant on top of leading Tesla Inc. and SpaceX, Elon Musk plans to assume the role of CEO at Twitter Inc

Elon Musk plans to assume the role of chief executive officer at Twitter Inc. after completing his $44 billion acquisition, taking the helm of the social media giant on top of leading Tesla Inc. and SpaceX.

Musk intends to replace Parag Agrawal, who was fired along with other major executives upon completion of the takeover, a person familiar with the matter said, asking not to be identified discussing internal deliberations. The billionaire is expected to remain CEO in the interim but may eventually cede the role in the longer term, the person added. Twitter representatives declined to comment.

Musk’s acquisition puts the world’s richest man in charge of a struggling social network after six months of public and legal wrangling. Among Musk’s first moves: changing the leadership. Departures include Vijaya Gadde, the head of legal, policy and trust; Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal, who joined Twitter in 2017; and Sean Edgett, who has been general counsel at Twitter since 2012. Edgett was escorted out of the building, Bloomberg News reported.

Musk also intends to do away with permanent bans on users because he doesn’t believe in lifelong prohibitions, the person said. That means people previously booted off the platform may be allowed to return, a category that would include former president Donald Trump, the person said. It’s unclear however if Trump would be allowed back on Twitter in the near term.

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