• Business

    IOC enters area of interest section with Bikers Cafe to meet up with wants of expedition rides

    &#13 &#13 &#13 &#13 As levels of competition in gasoline retailing grows, state-owned Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has introduced a unique Bikers Cafe to cater to the needs of biker expeditions to the Himalayas as it looks to retain its sector management with differentiated offerings customized for several shopper sets. &#13 &#13 Officers mentioned the initially such giving has been began in the vicinity of Shimla and a lot more these types of facilities will be set up together the Chandigarh-Manali route as nicely as the Chandigarh-Kaza sector.&#13 &#13 IOC has turned a single of its most well known petrol pumps at Shogi just outside the house Shimla into a…

  • Sports

    Sport’s governing bodies are at loggerheads about transgender participation, but Australia can take the lead

    Swimming’s blanket ban on transgender women competing in international women’s events is the polar opposite of the International Olympic Committee’s framework suggesting inclusion first and review on a case-by-case basis. Sport’s governing bodies now feel pressured into picking sides in what has become a culture war, although experts warn that Australian anti-discrimination policies would prevent such blanket bans from being adopted here. The international governing body for aquatic sports, FINA, announced its “inclusionary policy” this week bit it has left others describing it as “exclusionary”. The policy allegedly cost the organisation $US1 million ($1.45 million) to research and was reportedly designed to withstand any legal or human rights challenge. Loading…