SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Less than two weeks after announcing his exit from Twitter, Rishi Jaitly, who formerly served the social media giant as its head executive in India, announced Tuesday he will assume the role as chief executive of global business for Times Internet.

Jaitly’s tenure at Twitter lasted four years, he is just one of the many executives who have left the company in a mass exodus. Now he will lead Times Global Partners, the division of the media firm that works with international partners that want to expand into the Indian market.

Times Internet, itself a subsidiary of The Times Group, which is India’s largest media conglomerate. Uber, Airbnb, Coursera, Vice and the Huffington Post are all listed global partners of the conglomerate, all of whom have tapped its resources to move into India’s nascent internet space, which is primed for significant growth. India currently has an estimated 277 million internet users, a figure just 25 percent less than the population of the country. Over the next year, that figure is expected to evolve to 500 million.

“My mission has always been to harness the power of technology and media to ensure we fully realize the untapped potential of people, communities and markets. Joining The Times Group as CEO of Times Global Partners advances my mission and the work of building bridges to and within India,” Jaitly, who will be based in New Delhi, said in a statement.

Just days after Jaitly’s departure, Parminder Singh, the company’s managing director for India, Southeast Asia and MENA (Middle East and North Africa), also announced he was leaving the company.

Singh held his position with the company for three years.

During an earnings call, Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey said that the company will cut about 9 percent of its global workforce as its quarterly revenue growth slowed down. The company will take a hit of about $10-20 million in workforce restructuring charges. Twitter has also pulled the plug on Vine, a mobile video app where people share short video clips that play in a loop.