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5 Facts About Donald Trump That You Don't Know Ever

Hemant Verma - 1:50 PM
Donald Trump has become one of the most well-known Americans through his business dealings, television shows including "The Apprentice," and frequent appearances in the media, and he plans to announce on Tuesday if he will seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2016. But as the this news is also flashing in the world media that he will be the next president of United States of America. Many times we saw that not only in India but also in the world, peoples are misbehaving and don't liking his attitude just because of some controversial debates related with the national and international politics, thats why we found some interesting facts about him and we thinks that we should share it with our audiences, perhaps you will like it or perhaps not and this is our major duty for this task. Hope you like it.  

But there are still a number of things about "The Donald" that are not widely known.

Top 10 Indian CEO's of Biggest Network and their Salary

Hemant Verma - 2:20 PM
Indians have been good in India and not only in India, even also from outside India like in US and UK and also in other countries also. Indian are ruling these days and we also feel proud to see that someone is being CEO of any company from India. India is showcasing their talent in the world. So here we have a list of Indian who are CEO of big Multi National Companies and also their salary.

Top 10 Indian CEO's of World

1. Sundar Pichai - Google

Sundar Pichai is a computer engineer and the current CEO of Google Inc. The technology giant Google, which specializes in Internet-related services and products, underwent a major corporate restructuring in 2015 following which Alphabet Inc was launched as its parent company with co-founders Larry Page as its CEO and Sergey Brin as President.

Salary - Rs. 335 Crore P.A.

2. Satya Nadella – Microsoft

Satya Nadella is an Indian engineer who has joined the league of technological wizards like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates by the virtue of his great work and dedication. Nadella’s educational background undoubtedly played a great role in shaping his technical and leadership abilities. After pursuing a degree in ‘Electrical Engineering’ from the reputed ‘Manipal Institute of Technology’ located in India, this tech wizard relocated to the United States. Here, he studied at esteemed institutions like the ‘University of Wisconsin’ and the ‘Booth School of Business’.

Salary - Rs. 525 Crore P.A.

3. Sanjay Kumar Jha - Global Foundries

Sanjay K. Jha is the former chairman and chief executive officer of Motorola Mobility and previously served as the co-chief executive officer of M Sanjay K. Jha is the former chairman and chief executive officer of Motorola Mobility and previously served as the co-chief executive officer of Motorola. He stepped down as CEO after Google completed acquisition of Motorola Mobility on 22 May 2012.
Jha was born in 1963. He received a Ph.D. in electronic and electrical engineering from the University of Strathclyde and a B.S. in engineering from the University of Liverpool.

Salary - Rs. 230.6 $ Million Net Worth

4. Shantanu Narayen - Adobe Systems

Shantanu Narayen is president and chief executive officer of Adobe, one of the world's largest and most diversified software companies. Narayen's leadership, technology insight and operational expertise have strengthened Adobe's culture of innovation, expanded the company into new markets, and extended its product portfolio and global reach. In 2009, Narayen led the $1.8 billion acquisition of Omniture, Inc., expanding Adobe’s ability to help customers measure and optimize the value of online experiences, content and applications.

Salary - Rs. 17.89 Million Dollar P.A.

5. Indra Nooyi - PepsiCo

Indra Nooyi’s name figures consistently among the world’s most powerful people, and is ranked 19th in the Equilar 100 CEO Pay Study. Nooyi, who is hails from Chennai, is now the third highest paid woman CEO in the United States.
Nooyi was named President and CEO of PepsiCo on October 1, 2006, and became chairperson of the company on 2 May 2007. Architect of PepsiCo’s global strategy for more than a decade, she led its restructuring, including the divestiture of its restaurants into the successful YUM! Brands, Inc.
Nooyi also served as president and chief financial officer in 2001, when she was also named to PepsiCo's Board of Directors.

Salary - 19.08 Million Dollar

6. Ajay Banga

Ajay Banga is president and chief executive officer of MasterCard and a member of its board of directors.
Prior to joining MasterCard in 2009, Mr. Banga was chief executive officer of Citigroup Asia Pacific responsible for all businesses in the region, including institutional banking, alternative investments, wealth management, consumer banking and credit cards. He joined Citigroup in 1996 and held a variety of senior management roles in the United States, Asia Pacific, and the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions. He was also responsible for Citi’s brand marketing and from 2005-2009 oversaw its efforts in microfinance.

Salary - 12.04 Million Dollar 

7. Nikesh Arora – SoftBank

 Born in Ghaziabad, Nikesh Arora completed his schooling from The Air Force School (Subroto Park), in Delhi. His father worked in the Air Force and Nikesh had been to different Kendriya Vidyalayas around the country. He graduated as an Electronic Engineer from IIT BHU in 1989. After completing his engineering he had a brief stint with Wipro selling computers. He however, decided to pursue a management degree from the US and enrolled at Northeastern University, Boston. After completion his MBA, Arora joined Fidelity Investments as an analyst but simultaneously enrolled himself for a master’s programme in finance from Boston College. Attending school at night and topping his class, Arora finished his CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) course in 1995.

Salary - 135 Million Dollar Net Worth

8. Francisco D'Souza - Cognizant

Francisco D'Souza has more than 20 years of experience in the information technology industry, in both operational and advisory roles. Effective 1 January 2007, D'Souza was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors of Cognizant. He oversees much of the operations and business development of the company, working closely with Cognizant clients who are using offshore resources to execute large software development and maintenance projects. At Cognizant, which he joined in its early days, D'Souza was elected Chief Operating Officer (COO) in December 2003. Prior to that, from November 1999 to December 2003, he served as Senior Vice President (SVP), North American Operations and Business Development.

Salary - 11.34 Million Dollar 

9. Sanjay Mehrotra - SanDisk

Sanjay Mehrotra is co-founder of SanDisk and the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer.He was appointed to this role in January 2011.
Under Mehrotra's leadership, SanDisk made a strategic transformation from primarily a removable storage and retail-focused company in 2010 to one that today includes a broad product portfolio encompassing flash memory storage products for consumers, embedded storage for OEM customers, and SSDs, software and related services for enterprise and OEM customers.

Salary - 10.63 Million Dollar

10. Dinesh Paliwal

Dinesh C. Paliwal is Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Harman International Industries – a provider of audio and infotainment systems for the automotive, consumer and professional markets.
Dinesh, a US citizen, has lived and worked in Australia, China, India, Singapore, Switzerland, and the United States[citation needed. Before joining Harman he worked at the ABB Group as President Global Markets and Technology. During his 22 years with ABB, he held management positions in five countries and was instrumental in the company’s dramatic turnaround during the period 2002–2007.

Salary - 10.60 Million Dollar

19 Mindchoking Facts of Bill Gates House

Hemant Verma - 9:16 PM
Bill Gates – a business magnate, dutiful philanthropist, software pioneer, and the world’s richest man. Let’s take a look at 50 of the most interesting things you probably didn’t know about Microsoft’s co-founder.

1. It's worth at least $123 million.

According to the King County public assessor's office, the property is worth $123.54 million as of this year. Gates purchased the lot for $2 million in 1988.

He reportedly pays around $1 million in property taxes each year.

2. Half a million board-feet of lumber was needed to complete the project.

The house was built with 500-year-old Douglas fir trees. 300 construction workers labored on the home - 100 of whom were electricians.

3. A high-tech sensor system helps guests monitor a room's climate and lighting.

When guests arrive, they're given a pin that interacts with sensors located all over the house. Guests enter their temperature and lighting preferences so that the settings change as they move throughout the home. Speakers hidden behind wallpaper allows music to follow you from room to room.

4. The house uses its natural surroundings to reduce heat loss.

Xanadu 2.0 is an "earth-sheltered" house, meaning that it's built into its surroundings to regulte temperature more efficiently.

5. You can change the artwork on the walls with just the touch of a button.

$80,000 worth of computer screens are situated around the house. Anyone can make the screens display their favorite paintings or photographs, which are stored on storage devices worth $150,000.

6. The pool also has its own underwater music system.

The 60-foot pool is located in its own separate, 3,900-square-foot building. People in the pool could swim underneath a glass wall to come up to a terrace area on the outside.

There's also a locker room with four showers and two baths.

7. There's a trampoline room with a 20-foot ceiling.

No word on how big the trampoline itself is, but we can imagine it would be a fun alternative to your standard exercise routine.

The exercise facilities total 2,500 square feet and also include a sauna, steam room, and separate men's and women's locker rooms.

8. An enormous reception hall could accommodate up to 200 guests.

The 2,300-square-foot hall could seat up to 150 people for a dinner party, or 200 people standing up at a cocktail event. A six-foot-wide limestone fireplace dominates one wall, while another wall has a 22-foot-wide video screen.

9. The house has 24 bathrooms, 10 of which are full baths.

Those bathrooms would definitely be useful if Gates were throwing such a big party. Otherwise, it seems a little over-the-top.

10. There's a total of six kitchens.

They're situated at different parts of the house so staff can be ready for any event.

11. An enormous library houses a manuscript Gates paid more than $30 million for.

The 2,100-square-foot library has a domed roof and two secret bookcases, including one that reveals a hidden bar. On the ceiling you'll find a quote from "The Great Gatsby" that reads: "He had come a long way to this blue lawn, and his dream must have seemed so close that he could hardly fail to grasp it."

The library is home to the Codex Leicester, a 16-century Leonardo da Vinci manuscript that Gates bought at auction for $30.8 million in 1994.

12. The home theatre can accommodate 20 guests in plush seats.

It's designed in an Art Deco style, with comfortable arm chairs, couches, and even a popcorn machine for snacking.

13. An existing home was removed by barge to make room for a separate activities building.

The 900-square-foot building sits next to Gates' sport court, putting green, and boat docks.

14. The guest house is just as high-tech as the main house.

According to US News, the 1,900-square-foot guest house was the first building to be completed on the property. The house - which has its own bedroom and bathroom - was meant to be a test of the technology that would eventually be used in the main house.

15. All together, Gates' garages can accommodate up to 23 cars.

There are several different garages located at different points around the property. The most interesting one, however, is an underground cave made out of concrete and stainless steel. That garage alone can park 10 cars. Some of the concrete was purposely broken to give it a rough, "deconstructivist" look.

16. Gates has a favorite tree, and it's monitored electronically 24 hours a day.

He reportedly became fond of a 40-year-old maple tree that grew close to the home's driveway. It's monitored by computer, and if at any point it becomes too dry, water is automatically pumped into it.

17. An artificial stream is kept stocked with fish.

The stream and wetland estuary were created to solve any problems with runoff that the property's large walls might have created. The water is kept stocked with salmon and sea-run cutthroat trout.

18. The sand on Gates' beach is imported from the Caribbean.

The lakefront shore contains sand that's delivered in large quantities by a barge from St. Lucia each year.

19. Someone once paid $35,000 just to tour it.

Microsoft holds an auction each year, where employees donate products and services to be bid on. Proceeds go to the company's charitable fund.

Features of Bill Gates's House

  • The house occupies 50,000 square feet on 5.15 acre land. Garage space and outbuildings occupy an additional 16,000 square feet.
  • A 17 × 60 foot (5.1 × 18.2 metre) swimming pool, which has an underwater music system and a fossil-motif floor.
  • Swimmers can dive under a glass wall and emerge outdoors by a terrace.
  • Lights automatically come on when you enter a room.
  • Speakers are hidden beneath the wallpaper to allow music to follow from room to room.
  • Visitors to the residence are surveyed and given a microchip upon entrance. This small chip sends signals throughout the house, and a given room’s temperature and other conditions will change according to preset user preferences.
  • grand staircase.
  • large private library with a domed reading room.
  • formal dining room.
  • exercise room.
  • outdoor sports courts.
  • Property records indicate eight bedrooms and four building levels.
  • Much of the Bill Gates house is built underground into the hill, so the house looks smaller than it actually is.
  • The beach sand on the bank of the lake is not from Lake Washington, it is barged in annually from a tropical beach in St. Lucia.
  • The wood columns from main floor to roof in entry area are over 70 feet tall
  • Some of the interior passage doors weigh over 800 lbs, but are balanced for easy use
  • The roofing is stainless steel
  • Hidden cameras are everywhere, including the interior stone walls
  • Gates insisted on saving a 40 year old maple adjacent to the driveway. The tree is monitored electronically 24 hours per day via computer. If it seems dry, it gets just the right amount of water automatically delivered.
  • All woodwork is flawless. Much of the woodwork is of various rare types from all over the world – imported especially for this house.
  • The theater (underground in a concrete shell) is the most state of the art theatre in the world according to specialty contractor.

22 Unknown Facts of United States of America

Hemant Verma - 8:09 PM
Everyone has their own facts related with it, even one of the biggest power having countries are also has some facts which we can't know because we are only the common men.

So here are have some the unknown facts of the United States of America.
  1. The U.S. government poisoned alcohol during Prohibition in the 20s and 30s, killing over 10,000 people.
  2. Every hour, at least 1 person is killed by a drunk driver in the U.S.
  3. 100 acres of Pizza are served in the U.S. every day.
  4. Just 2.5 Million people lived in the USA in 1776 and today it's 314 Million.
  5. If you have 10$ in your pocket and no debts, you are wealther than 25%of americans.
  6. An american soldier ran across the border to north korea in 1962 and has been living there ever since.
  7. 7% of Americans clam they never bathe.
  8. 1 in 8 american workers has been employed by Mcdonald's.
  9. Americans spend 5 cents per day by flushing their toilets.
  10. A slave in america in 1850 would cost over 12,000USD in 2013 Dollars.
  11. Just because of smoking nearly 50,000 deaths each year exposure only in the US.
  12. The borders of Russia and America are less than 4 KM apart at the nearest point.
  13. Mostly 25% of Adult Americans believe  in reincarnation.
  14. One American consumes as many resources like a 32 Kenyans consumes.  
  15. America's first slave owner was a black man.
  16. 1 in 3 americans are obese.
  17. 9 million people are in prisons around world and a quarter of them are in the US.
  18. There are at-least 97% people called "LOL"in the US.
  19. In 1962, the US blew upa hydrogen bomb in space that was 100 times more powerful than Hiroshima.
  20. The US purchased alaka from russia for just US$7.2 million in 1887.
  21. Medical errors are the 6th leading cause of the death in the U.S.
  22. Christmas was illegal in the U.S. until 1836 as it was considered an Ancient Pagan Holiday.

Source: FactSlide and Google Wikipiedia

Pro-ISIS pilots operated commercial flights in Indonesia – leaked reportis

Hemant Verma - 7:32 PM
Two former pilots for Indonesian airlines were found to have been radicalized by Islamic State after they expressed sympathy for the jihadist group online, while still performing passenger flights, a leaked Australian police report said.

Ridwan Agustin, who worked for Air Asia Indonesia, and his colleague from Premiair airline, Tommy Hendratno, fell under the allure of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in mid-2014, the document obtained by the Intercept website said.

The report entitled “Identification of Indonesian pilots with possible extremist persuasions” was distributed by the Australian Federal Police to partner agencies in the US, UK Turkey, Jordan as well as the Europol.

“Both [pilots] appear to be influenced by pro-IS elements including extremist online propaganda by well-known radical Indonesia outlets and a suspected Indonesian foreign terrorist fighter who is likely to be in either Syria or Iraq,” the document said.

Agustin and Hendratno began leaving positive comments under photos showing alleged terrorists posing with weapons in a conflict zone.

They also befriended other pro-IS profiles, including those by Indonesians, who went to Syria and Iraq to fight for the terror group.

The pilots changed their profile names to Ridwan Ahmad Indonesiy and Abu Alfatih Hendratno, expressing interest in joining IS themselves.

The photos on their pages also documented how their appearance over the last months changed under the influence the IS ideology, the report said, with both men growing jihadist-style beards.

In March 2015, Agustin posted his location on social media as Raqqa in Syria, a city proclaimed to be the capital of IS-held territories.

The leaked police report pointed out the extreme dangers, which a radicalized pilot could pose to international security.

“Pilots, air crew and others with access to and within the aviation environment can pose obvious threats if these persons are radicalized. Their access and knowledge of security and safety regimes provides the ability to attempt attacks as witnessed by past global events,” the report warned.

In the paper, the Australian police also stressed that terrorist propaganda has been recently encouraged attacks by those involved in aviation.

RT contacted Air Asia Indonesia, where Agustin worked, with the company only saying that the man is no longer employed there.

Premiair responded by saying that Hendratno had left the company in June, three months after the Australian report was issued.

Former commercial pilot Mark Weiss told RT that the “numbers that radicalized are certainly a lot greater than the two that we already know about” as there are tens of thousands of pilots around the globe.

“Pilots and flight attendants get a certain level of training that provides them with the inside knowledge on how to protect an aircraft and its passengers and crew. But conversely it also points out areas of weakness,” he stressed.

“The real troubling part about it is that there’s no definitive way to stop this. It’s really going to be a matter of trying to out up nets around everything,” Weiss added.

Trust in pilots has been shaken for airline passengers in recent years by a few incidents where cockpit crews have deliberately caused disasters.

In March, Andreas Lubitz, who suffered from severe depression , downed a Germanwings plane in the Alps, killing 149 people.

In November 2013, investigators concluded that a Mozambique Airlines pilot intentionally caused an accident, in which 33 people lost their lives.

Security expert, Binoy Kampmark, said that danger that a plane may be used as “very dangerous weapon” is real.

“Aviation industries have very strict recruitment, screening and vetting procedures. You can’t really go much more than that. But unfortunately, you have to always realize that there will be instances where people will also get through,” Kampmark told RT.

Drug Lord of Mexico 'EL Chapo' Guzman Escapes by Tunnel from Jail

Hemant Verma - 7:07 PM
Top drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman escaped through a 1.5-kilometer (1 mile) tunnel that opened into the shower area of his cell, Mexico's top security official announced Sunday.

Guards at the Altiplano Federal Prison discovered during a routine check on Saturday that Guzman, who known as "El Chapo," was missing, a statement from the commission said.

Guzman was captured in early 2014 after having eluded capture for more than a dozen years.

Guzman is the storied boss of one of the world's most powerful and deadly drug trafficking operations.

He escaped in 2001 from a high-security prison in a laundry cart, and was not apprehended again until February, 2014, when he was arrested at a Mexican beach resort.

On the run after his 2001 escape, Mr. Guzmán rose to the top of the Sinaloa cartel, and embarked in ambitious wars with other cartels, including the Gulf and Juarez cartels. His attempts to take over Ciudad Juárez from the Juarez cartel turned the city, immediately across the border from El Paso, Texas, into a bloody battleground and cost the lives of thousands. Mr. Guzmán also tried to muscle in on Nuevo Laredo, then run by the Gulf Cartel, a move that also led to an explosion of violent deaths.

Mr. Guzmán first daring prison escape in 2001, and the apparent inability of the Mexican government to recapture him, made Mr. Guzmán a hero to many Mexicans, a sort of Mexican Robin Hood, who thumbed his nose at authorities. He was the subject of many narcocorridas, or ballads celebrating his exploits.

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