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Rakesh C Wadhwa a Pure Vegetarian Bodybuilder!

There has been a myth that bodybuilders are always non-vegetarian diet followers and it’s not possible for a person eating vegetarian food to be a bodybuilding Athlete. Rakesh C Wadhwa from the city of Belgaum, Karnataka who is 33 years old (Born on 30/07/1987) has proved the above statement to be wrong as he is a Bodybuilding athlete who is pure vegetarian and has banged many First’s at National Level Bodybuilding Contests and also has represented India in Body Power Expo UK in May 2019 and has won 4 International Medals for his country India. He is one such versatile athlete who has crafted his body in such an Aesthetic way that he fits into most of the categories of bodybuilding competitions which include bodybuilding, Classic Physique, Muscle Model as well as Men’s Physique. So...

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Prenatal Yoga explained by Tanny Bhatt (Bhattacharjee)

Pregnancy is the most out of the world feeling and experience altogether. The pregnancy period of nine months is the most delicate phase for would-be moms. From starting months to the delivery time, a lot of hormonal and emotional changes occur, which should be dealt with accordingly. Prenatal Yoga is the tool that makes the journey convenient and healthy for both of the lives. What is Prenatal Yoga? We are all aware of Yoga, a physical exercise that includes Postures, Asanas, and Meditation to make your body and mind, healthy and peaceful. Prenatal Yoga is the unique form of physical exercise designed for pregnant women to help them deal with several physical issues such as breathing problems, the flexibility of muscles, backache, etc. It helps to promote the baby’s health...

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Digitalization for Operational Efficiency- The path less traveled!

Experience-based story from Axestrack. Culture and Processes need time to get settle down before they become part of an organizational DNA. In 2020, in the wake of COVID-19, many organizations have found themselves with more free time & resources in their hands than ever before, hence making it the golden time for new processes to drive organizational change. Vigilant organizations have utilized this opportunity to Digitalize their existing processes. The objective has been simple – make an Enterprise Digital Thread. It is imperative to note that Digitalization is not achieved overnight, it has to follow a piecemeal approach. It is also not about putting an excellent code on the platforms to achieve operational efficiency. One must note that Digitalization is a Cultur...

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National

Swarms of locust attack vast areas in Gurgaon, strong winds aid fast movement of locusts

Huge swarms of locust have now reached Gurgaon and covered large tracts of the region in Haryana. Several areas in Gurgaon saw swarms of locust covering the skies on Saturday. Various parts of Gurgaon, including the plush residential complexes were covered by swarms of locust as residents of these highrise buildings started sharing images and videos of the locust attack. Even the busy MG Road and IFFCO Chowk areas of Gurgaon have been covered with locust swarms. DLF Phase I-IV, Village Chakkarpur, Sikandarpur and Sukhrali areas in Gurgaon were also covered in locust swarms. Authorities in Sonepat have issued an alert for farmers warning of locust attacks. Locals in Gurgaon have now resorted to banging utensils, tin, bursting crackers and making loud noises in all possible ways...

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News

Ladakh stand-off: Disengage or face consequences, India warns China

This is the first time India has put on record that Chinese behaviour has become more and more aggressive along the LAC, clearly in violation of all understandings and agreements India has warned China of consequences if it doesn't execute the disengagement understanding both sides agreed upon along the LAC (Line of Actual Control) in eastern Ladakh. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), in a lengthy statement, cautioned that prolongation of the current situation would adversely impact the development of bilateral relations between two countries. The ministry pointed out that the on-ground situation along the LAC could not persist indefinitely adding that India expects "the Chinese side to sincerely follow up on this understanding and ensure expeditious...

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International

SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son steps down from Alibaba board

Masayoshi Son steps down from Alibaba board: The announcement was made on Thursday. The billionaire said that his departure should not be seen as due to disagreement SoftBank Group Corp founder Masayoshi Son has stepped down from the board of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. The announcement was made on Thursday. The billionaire said that his departure should not be seen as due to disagreement. "It's not like we had a fight. This was perfectly amicable," said Son during a virtual shareholder meeting. He said he was "graduating" from Alibaba's board. It must be mentioned that Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma is also stepping down from SoftBank's board at the same time. "With Jack serving his full term today, I will also leave as a board member of A...

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Environment

Tomato’s hidden mutations revealed in study of 100 varieties

Human appetites have transformed the tomato -- DNA and all. After centuries of breeding, what was once a South American berry roughly the size of a pea now takes all sorts of shapes and sizes, from cherry-like to hefty heirloom fruit. Today, scientists are teasing out how these physical changes show up at the level of genes -- work that could guide modern efforts to tweak the tomato, says Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator Zachary Lippman. He and colleagues have now identified long-concealed hidden mutations within the genomes of 100 types of tomato, including an orange-berried wild plant from the Galapagos Islands and varieties typically processed into ketchup and sauce. Their analysis, described June 17, 2020, in the journal Cell, is the most comprehensive assess...

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Viktor Troicki becomes 3rd player from Novak Djokovic-organised event to test positive for Covid-19

Serbian tennis player Viktor Troicki has become the third player after Grigor Dimitrov and Borna Coric to test positive for Covid-19 after participating in Adria Tour exhibition event organised by world number one men's tennis player Novak Djokovic. erbian tennis player Viktor Troicki has joined Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov and Croatia's Borna Coric to join the list of players who have tested positive for Covid-19 after participating in the Novak Djokovic-organised Adria Tour exhibition event. Viktor Troicki played in the first leg staged at Djokovic’s tennis complex in central Belgrade from 13-14 June, before Dimitrov and Coric tested positive at the second leg in Zadar held from 20-21 June. Earlier, Borna Coric took to social media on Monday to reveal he tested positive for Covid...

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Uncategorized

Covid spillover: Firms shifting from China to Vietnam has a lesson for India

This was being talked about. Now some agencies working on the ground have started reporting that companies are shifting out of China. Covid-19 pandemic is not the only reason but it has certainly given the push to what US-China trade war began. This was being talked about. Now some agencies working on the ground have started reporting that companies are shifting out of China. Covid-19 pandemic is not the only reason but it has certainly given the push to what US-China trade war began. According to a report by Qima, a Hong Kong-based quality control and supply chain inspection company, there has been sudden surge in the demand for inspections and audits by North American and European buyers in South-East Asia and South Asia. Such inspection and audit reports are used by companies ...

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International

Coronavirus: 5 things New Zealand got right

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced the country no longer has any coronavirus cases. It has also seen very few COVID-related deaths. What has been the key to New Zealand's success? New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she “did a little dance” when she received the news New Zealand’s last coronavirus patient had recovered. The rest of her country has a good reason to celebrate along with her. It has one of the world’s most effective responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Coronavirus Resource Center at Johns Hopkins University, New Zealand has had 1,504 cases of COVID-19 and only 22 deaths. As a quick comparison the Republic of Ireland, another island nation with a similar population, has had over 25,000 cases a...

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