Radio Tarana Models strut their stuff with Indian bridal wear at the 2019 Heartfelts Wedding Showcase at the the Cordis Hotel in Auckland on Sunday, April 14. Indian bridal wear shared the spotlight with the best of Kiwi brands at a wedding fashion showcase in Auckland at the weekend. The best of Indian bridal wear, mostly from Kaysons, shared the stage with leading Kiwi brands on the runway at the Cordis Hotel. Kaysons presented their elite range for the first time on a runway in partnership with NZ Wedding magazine. Radio Tarana Jatin Solanki, owner and organiser of the Kaysons part of the 2019 Heartfelts Wedding Showcase, talks to Radio Tarana's Vandhna Bhan as the models prepare to showcase Indian bridal wear. Stuff Twitter Whats App Reddit Email … [Read more...] about Indian bridal wear shares the catwalk with leading Kiwi brands at the 2019 Heartfelts Wedding Showcase
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In a five-year investment plan submitted by the head of Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM) to Congress this week, commander Adm. Philip Davidson asked for the annual budget to more than double to $4.7 billion, for a total of $27.4 billion by 2027. In a copy of the plan viewed by USNI News , INDOPACOM asks for “the fielding of an Integrated Joint Force with precision-strike networks west of the International Date Line along the First Island Chain, integrated air missile defense in the Second Island Chain, and a distributed force posture that provides the ability to preserve stability, and if needed, dispense and sustain combat operations for extended periods.” The First Island Chain refers to the string of archipelagoes just off the east coast of the Asian mainland stretching from the Kamchatka Peninsula in the north through the Kuril Islands, Japan, the Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan, the Philippines, and Borneo, and represents the area in which China would attempt to deny US forces … [Read more...] about US Indo-Pacific Command Seeks Doubling of Budget, Ring of Missile Sites Off Chinese Coast – Report
Kindly Share This Story: The creator of McAfee computer security software was facing charges Friday that he cashed in on a “pump-and-dump” scheme, by promoting cryptocurrencies on Twitter to drive up their value. John McAfee, founder of the antivirus firm that bears his name, and Jimmy Watson face charges of conspiracy, fraud, and money laundering in connection with schemes to trick cryptocurrency investors, according to an indictment unsealed by the US Department of Justice. “McAfee and Watson exploited a widely used social media platform and enthusiasm among investors in the emerging cryptocurrency market to make millions through lies and deception,” US attorney Audrey Strauss said in a release. McAfee, Watson, and other members of their “cryptocurrency team” allegedly “raked in more than $13 million from investors they victimized with their fraudulent schemes,” according to Strauss. Pump-and-dump schemes typically involve over-hyping the value of … [Read more...] about Software icon, McAfee, charged in cryptocurrency scam
Experts discuss how cybersecurity policies and strategies are formed in the Asia Pacific during the 2nd Asia Pacific Online Policy Forum hosted by Kaspersky on Tuesday, March 2, 2021. MANILA, Philippines — Cybersecurity experts underscored on Tuesday the pressing need for building capacity and investing in education to make the cyberspace more secure. During the 2nd Asia Pacific Online Policy Forum organized by Kaspersky, Dr. Greg Austin, Professor of Cybersecurity, Strategy and Diplomacy at the University of New South Wales in Australia, pointed to the need to attract more cybersecurity experts. Attended by more than 1,000 participants including executive officers from various sectors and top government officials, the forum focused on how policies and strategies are shaped in APAC and how policymakers should act ahead of cybercriminals. “Globally, we are not making enough cybersecurity professionals,” Austin said. “Most countries are not prepared to make investments in … [Read more...] about Experts underscore need for getting more cybersecurity professionals in APAC
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about significant changes when it comes to the role of managers in businesses. Image: Unsplash via AFP Relaxnews. Whether it’s managing workers remotely, rallying teams while lending an attentive ear to each individual, or juggling time spent in the office and time working remotely, COVID-19 has reshuffled the cards when it comes to the role of managers working in businesses worldwide. What if, in the coming year, lessons learned in the pandemic were taken onboard to make way for a more horizontal approach to management, drawing on the idea of permaculture in the workplace? Welcome to Episode 5 of ETX Studio’s “After Calendar” of incoming trends for 2021. “Before, managing was about motivating teams and moving forward together to achieve results. Today, you have to manage fragility. It’s new emotional territory in the workplace. At any time, you know that your troops can crack. And you yourself are shaken up by the context, the uncertainty. So … [Read more...] about 2021: The year of ‘perma-management’?