Daily Archive: June 13, 2018

These are the important things to do a bath after sex

Here are some important things to do a bath after sex

Sex is not as fancy as it looks in movies. It’s messy, bodily juices are exchanged and certainly, the climax is not as pretty as you may have imagined. While there are plenty of theories about what you should do after sex, bathing is one of them. Bathing may make you feel clean and relaxed post love-making, but as per science, it needs to be done a certain way or not at all.


According to experts, post-sex, your genital area is swollen and has been rubbed against each other, making it super sensitive for the application of soap. Soap contains many chemicals which can cause severe irritation and hence, should be avoided at all costs to clean yourself up. If you really wish to take a bath, opt for plain water and nothing else.

Don’t opt for a hot bath:


Keeping either a towel or paper roll is a good option to clean yourself up post a session of love making. It is better for genital health and also gives time for it to come back to its normal size or shape. However, do not keep wet tissues for the same as they contain fragrant chemicals which can cause possible skin irritation.


The best way to avoid any bacteria entering your system is by peeing right after sex. There is no alternative to this and peeing is your safest bet if you wish to stay astray from infections.


In an effort to keep yourself safe, wear a condom or use any other form of contraceptive. Unsafe sex can lead to life-threatening STDs.

Hailstone is also likely to occur at a few places in Gonda, Shravasti and Faizabad districts during next two hours (valid up to 2100 hrs.): Meteorological Centre, Lucknow

Hailstone is also likely to occur at a few places in Gonda, Shravasti and Faizabad districts during next two hours (valid up to 2100 hrs.): Meteorological Centre, Lucknow

AISA to protest against Lateral Entry in Joint Secretary posts in Government Of India

New Delhi : Message widely in circulation on whatsapp group says

*Reject Lateral Entry in Joint Secretary Positions!*

Stop Bypassing Screening Process of UPSC!
Resist Attempts to Violate Mandatory Reservations!

Join *Protest Demo*
*Parliament Street, 14th June, 11am*

●Why is the Government Trying to Influence Expected Neutrality of Bureaucracy?
●Why Change in Rules of Cadre Allocation?
●Why Seat Cut in UPSC?

Indian Administrative Services Can Not Become Indian Ashirwad Services.

Rozgar Mange India

Note : What is your view pls e mail at ncrdelhi with your name , organisation etc

Fitch downgrades viability ratings of SBI, BoB

Mumbai:Global rating agency Fitch on Wednesday downgraded the viability ratings (VRs) of State Bank of India (SBI) and Bank of Baroda (BoB), but affirmed their ‘BBB’ long-term issuer default ratings, along with that of Canara Bank and Bank of India (BoI).

The agency has also retained the stable outlook on these lenders. Fitch has downgraded the VRs of SBI and BoB by one-notch to ‘BB+’ and ‘BB’, respectively, citing “their weakened intrinsic risk profile due to the negative effect of persistently poor asset quality and earnings on their capital position”.

The agency, which has a negative sector outlook on the domestic banks, however, said the new NPA framework has accelerated bad-loan recognition, and should improve the health over the long term.

“However, heavy losses and capital erosion reinforces our belief that sector core capitalisation will remain weak unless authorities provide more capital than the budgeted USD 11 billion,” it added.

Government clears HDFC Bank’s Rs24,000 crore FDI proposal

New Delhi: The government on Wednesday gave approval to HDFC Bank Ltd to raise Rs24,000 crore in foreign direct investment (FDI) to fund its business growth. With the raising of this capital, FDI in the bank would hit the regulatory ceiling of 74%, finance minister Piyush Goyal said after the cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi.

Currently, FDI shareholding in HDFC Bank stands at 72.62%. Of the additional Rs24,000 crore, Rs8,500 crore is proposed to be allotted to HDFC Ltd, the promoter, on a preferential basis.

PM to visit Chhattisgarh on 14th June 2018

The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will visit Chhattisgarh on Thursday, 14th June.

At Bhilai, the Prime Minister will dedicate the modernized and expanded Bhilai Steel Plant, to the nation. The modernization includes installation of cutting-edge technologies for improvement in productivity, yield, quality, cost competitiveness, energy efficiency and environmental protection.

During the same event, Shri Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for the permanent campus of IIT Bhilai. He will unveil also a plaque to mark the commencement of phase-2 of BharatNet. The BharatNet project envisages connecting Gram Panchayats with underground optical fibre network.

The Prime Minister will inaugurate air services between Jagdalpur and Raipur. He will also distribute laptops, certificates and cheques etc. to beneficiaries under various schemes. He will also address a public meeting.

Before arriving in Bhilai, the Prime Minister will visit Naya Raipur Smart City, where he will inaugurate the Integrated Command and Control Centre for the city.



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