Man tweets Google CEO Sundar Pichai for helping reset Gmail password


What would you do if you forgot your Gmail password? For Indian Twitter user @ Madhan67966174, the answer was simple: Ask the CEO of Google for technical support. He replied to one of Sundar Pichai’s tweets and asked if the boss of Google could help him reset his password. “Hello sir. How are you? I need help with my Gmail ID password. I forgot how to reset the password. Please help me,” wrote Madhan, in response to one of Pichai’s recent tweets on COVID relief.

The CEO of Google had just announced that his company would provide Rs. 135 crore in funding to UNICEF and the non-profit organization Give India to help the country in its fight against the second wave of the COVID-pandemic. 19. Apparently the Twitter user thought this was the best place to get help with his problem.

Although the boss of Google did not respond to the request, many others did. The answers were filled with sarcasm and humor. One user, @vaidyab, said that Pichai is currently in the US and once the travel restrictions are lifted he will personally visit Madhan and help him resent his password.

Another user equated Madhan with God, saying his tweet succeeded in making their faces smile at a time when Indians were facing a difficult situation.

Oddly, this wasn’t the first time Madhan had asked Pichai for help. On February 17, 2020, he tagged Pichai in another tweet, looking for a similar type of reset his Gmail account password he forgot. Looks like he’s having a lot of issues with his account.

In addition to Pichai’s offer to help India in its fight against COVID-19, his Microsoft and Apple counterparts, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook, respectively, also expressed concern over the current health crisis and pledged their support.

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India on Tuesday saw a record single-day increase of 3.60,960 coronavirus cases, bringing the total to The death toll crossed two lakh, after 3,293 new deaths on Tuesday, according to Union Health Ministry data updated Wednesday.

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