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The chairman of selectors for India, Chetan Sharma, has resigned from his position as a result of being exposed by a TV sting. According to a report from ANI, BCCI secretary Jay Shah accepted his resignation. On February 14, a video showed Sharma discussing a number of national team-related topics, including reported friction between Virat Kohli and former BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and Jasprit Bumrah's injury, was made public by an Indian TV news programme. Sharma may not have been aware that he was being secretly recorded at the time.
After longtime CEO Susan Wojcicki resigned on Thursday, YouTube will now be led by Neal Mohan (February 16). YouTube's parent firm, Google, got its start in Wojcicki's garage. Her resignation occurs at a time when there is a lot of enthusiasm — and worry — about the potential impact of AI chatbots like ChatGPT, which is now integrated with competitor Microsoft's Bing Search. TikTok and Instagram Reels are two other short-video platforms that compete fiercely with YouTube.
In the second test match, India defeated Australia by a margin of six wickets. Team India now leads the four-match Test series 2-0. At the same time, the Delhi Test marked Cheteshwar Pujara, an Indian batsman, playing in his 100th Test match overall. Nonetheless, Cheteshwar Pujara left the field empty-handed after the first innings of this Test match, but he scored an undefeated 31 runs in the second. Prior to this game, Cheteshwar Pujara received congratulations from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for playing in his 100th Test match.