Home Insync Pulse Pulse oi-Staff By Staff on August 10, 2009 When many so called national security groups raise their slogans against the women going to pubs and wearing western clothes, Karnataka High Court has taken another step. They didn"t ask women to wear cotton saris and sit inside their houses. They declared that women can even work in the bars or pubs! After the Karnataka High Courts" controversial judgment, many women chose the career as bartenders. However, their path was not an easy one! They definitely had to face hooliganism by mischievous characters. The liquor serving joints never failed to recognize this difficulty for their precious employees. They have now taken a fierce step and provided licensed arms to their deputed bouncers. The security of the women bartenders is the prime responsibility of these bouncers! The bouncers keep a vigil on every movement of the customers entering the restaurant. … [Read more...] about You can’t Any More Flirt The Women Bartenders!
Home Insync Insync oi-Staff By Super Admin on September 20, 2008 Hyderabad, Sep 18 : The Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS), one of the world's leading financial services companies, today announces that lengendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has become an RBS Global Ambassador. This marks RBS' first major sponsorship in the Asia Pacific region where Sachin will represent RBS in its key markets including India, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific region. More SACHIN TENDULKAR News Happy Birthday Sachin Tendulkar: Interesting Facts About Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar Shares Heartwarming Video Of A Differently Abled Boy Playing Cricket International Men's Week 2019: Here's What Sachin Tendulkar Wrote For Men In His Open Letter Sachin Tendulkar Shares School Days Photo With Vinod Kambli Sachin Tendulkar's Shiny Polka Dot Look Amitabh Bachchan And Sachin Tendulkar At … [Read more...] about Sachin Joins RBS As Global Ambassador
Blue-ribbon Blogs of 2013 Blog 5 : The Willpower Books of 2012 . This blog reviewed three best-selling books about willpower that were widely read and quoted in 2013: PT blogger Kelly McGonigal’s, The Willpower Instinct; Roy Baumeister and John Tierney’s, Willpower; and Charles Duhigg’s, The Power of Habit. To help you glean the juiciest insights from these books, I’ve put their main points in bullets. Blog 4 : 5 Instant Messages From Your Friend Annoyance . I loved writing this blog, and apparently readers loved reading it. The main message: Think of “annoyance” as a signal—a blinking yellow light—that something that needs to change in your life. (I used my “annoyance signal” to change some bad home habits, revealed in a personal blog here .) Blog 3 : 3 Quick Ways to Curb Catastrophic Thinking . This one might be my favorite blog of the year—and the most useful. I share 3 examples of soothing self-talk that can curb catastrophic thinking in a … [Read more...] about The 5 Most Popular Changepower Blogs of 2013
Who lives, who dies, who tells the stories in your family? Memories are often socially constructed. But is the narrator in your family or set of friends changing the way you remember your past? Storytelling and "Hamilton" In "Hamilton" the musical, the narrator changes in the final song. And that change in the narrator determines the way in which we remember Alexander Hamilton. I had to wait to see "Hamilton" until the musical was available for streaming. I had heard wonderful things about it, and really enjoyed it. But as a memory researcher, I was struck by one particular point: the narrator of the story. In presenting the story, Lin-Manuel Miranda used Aaron Burr as his primary narrator. An interesting choice, since, as the character of Burr notes, he’s “the damn fool that shot him.” There’s good reason to suspect Burr and Hamilton weren’t the closest of friends, at least not in the end. Is that who you would want to tell your life story? nd yet, through most of the … [Read more...] about Who Tells Your Story? How We Remember Hamilton, and Ourselves
Cerebellum (Latin for "little brain") in red. Source: Life Science Databases/Wikimedia Commons A study published today offers new clues that help explain why some people are more inclined to be teetotalers—while others seem hardwired for heavy drinking. These groundbreaking findings show that alcohol doesn't interact the same way in every brain, which illuminates the neurobiology behind different drinking habits. David Rossi , P.h.D., a professor of integrative physiology and neuroscience at Washington State University, and colleagues have pinpointed a specific cellular mechanism in the cerebellum (Latin for “little brain”) that strongly influences if an animal is likely to consume copious amounts of alcohol, or to drink in moderation. The August 2016 study, ” Pharmacologically Counteracting a Phenotypic Difference in Cerebellar GABAA Receptor Response to Alcohol Prevents Excessive Alcohol Consumption in a High Alcohol-Consuming Rodent Genotype ,” appears in the … [Read more...] about Your Cerebellum May Dictate How Your Brain Handles Alcohol