Simply examining your genitals using a mirror can help you learn more about this beautiful region and appreciate its sexual and practical splendor. Spend more time naked to become comfortable with your body – especially if anxiety related to body image is holding you back in bed. … [Read more...] about ‘I think I may be in love’: The bizarre new sex toy trend women NEED to know about
Emerging trends in information technology
By Marshal Correia A decade gone by, the Indian IT industry has seen several waves earmarking the age of technology disruption to transformation. It was a decade where ‘digital transformation’ was the buzzword as it swept across public and private sectors, helping businesses evolve, compete and succeed. In fact, the last decade saw historic Government projects like Aadhaar and GST rolled out, all alluding to the digital leap the nation took. As we enter the new decade, the question really is how businesses adopt new capabilities that will help them be agile, customer centric, innovative and cost sensitive at the same time. Also, constant changes enabled by digital transformation not only impacts operation models and IT sourcing strategies, but also internal and legacy processes. Therefore, in such a dynamic scenario the industry is looking at an open IT architecture to stay ahead of the competition and achieve the next frontier - digital leadership. Here are the top trends … [Read more...] about Top IT trends to embark on a decade of openness and collaboration
Mitsubishi Electric, a leading Electric & Electronic Equipment Company, announced the winners of 5th Mitsubishi Electric Cup on Saturday, 15th February 2020. The two-day National Level Automation Competition witnessed tough competition among 35 teams, exhibiting projects on the theme “Visualizing IoT Solutions for Smart Automation’. Team “CON-SOL-E 4.0” from Institute of Technology, NIRMA University, Gujarat were declared winners, receiving Rs 1,00,000. While Agni College of Technology, Tamil Nadu bagged the second position, CVR College of Engineering, Telangana ranked third in the competition. The 5th Mitsubishi Electric Cup commenced the registration process in July 2019 and received 279 proposals from 140 institutions, over 16 states including 2 Union Territories, across the country. Launched in 2016, The Mitsubishi Electric Cup is an annual event organized by Mitsubishi Electric India. This is the biggest National-level Automation Competition in … [Read more...] about Institute of Technology, NIRMA University are winners of 5th Mitsubishi Electric Cup
Food security for all is a pressing issue humankind faces today. Consider this - there will be nearly 10 billion people on Earth by 2050, about 3 billion more mouths to feed than there were in 2010, forecasts Washington based World Resources Institute (WRI). However, there is already a big shortfall between the amount of food we produce and the amount needed to feed everyone on this planet. Adding to the irony is that roughly one-third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year - about 1.3 billion tonnes - gets lost or wasted, reports the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN). Food losses and waste amount to roughly $310 billion in developing countries and fruits and vegetables, plus roots and tubers have the highest wastage rates of any food, states the UN agency. Amid such a backdrop, and inspired by the very need to change the status quo, Jodhpur-based Krimanshi Technologies has taken the plunge to make a difference in its … [Read more...] about For Krimanshi Technologies, 1.3 billion tonnes of global food waste offers great business opportunity
The COVID-19 outbreak is a major public health emergency that spreads fastest, causes the most extensive infection and is the most difficult to contain in the country since the founding of the People's Republic of China, said Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission. … [Read more...] about Xi says positive trend of China’s epidemic control is expanding
Back in the makeup chair, I ask Cooper to give me a slightly more full-on look: eye shadow, contouring, glow on my cheekbones (pictured above). How do I look? Yes, my eyes are “popping”, but it’s extremely noticeable and I feel uncomfortable. I keep the makeup on, and later bump into some friends. “You’re wearing makeup,” they say by way of a hello. I don’t know the unspoken rule that you don’t touch your face when wearing makeup; by the time I meet my girlfriend an hour later, everything has smeared. What do you think, I ask? She looks at me with undisguised amusement – a vain melting goth in the middle of St Pancras station. “I’m surprised by how unashamed you are,” she says. … [Read more...] about Face time: is makeup for men the next big beauty trend?