Daily Archives: April 14, 2019

Bonus clawback plan for IL&FS executives

Companies hunt for CEOs with high EQ and humility

Organizations are increasingly looking for leaders with traits such as empathy and humility. Gone are the days when companies scouted for the archetype ‘A’ kind of leaders who were aggressive and had risen in the organisation riding roughshod over colleagues. CEO mandates being given out to executive search firms are seeking qualities contrary to the archetype ‘A’ leader.

Big sports events today

Here are the big sports events lined up for Monday (April 15) that comprise the action from Indian Premier League 2019.

Tiger Woods wins the Masters for 15th major title

Tiger Woods won the 83rd Masters on Sunday, capturing his 15th major title to cement an epic return from scandal and injuries that once threatened his career.

IPL: Rabada takes 4 as Delhi beat Hyderabad by 39 runs

It was a tough call for Sunrisers Hyderabad but they had no other option than to strengthen their batting. The hosts brought in Kane Williamson, Ricky Bhui and Abhishek Sharma to strengthen the middle-order but still came short against Delhi Capitals at the RGIC Stadium on Sunday night.

Zimbabwe triumph over UAE, secure ODI series

Zimbabwe defeated the United Arab Emirates by 131 runs, sealing the four-match ODI series 3-0 against the visitors in Harare on Sunday.

EPL: Liverpool back on top as Salah stunner kills off Chelsea

Liverpool powered back to the top of the Premier League after Mohamed Salah’s stunning strike clinched a 2-0 win over Chelsea on Sunday.

Ganguly best captain, Dhoni and Kohli come next: Sehwag

Former swashbuckling Indian opener Virender Sehwag on Sunday said Sourav Ganguly was the best captain he played under, followed by MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli.

With five games in 9 days, our boys are tired: KKR coach Kallis

Kolkata Knight Riders coach Jacques Kallis welcomed a five-day break for his team as they have been mentally drained after playing five games in the last nine days.

Sudan protesters set demands as military rulers urge global support

Sudanese protesters demanded new military rulers set up a civilian government as the foreign ministry called Sunday for backing from the international community to help the country’s “democratic transition”.