new work values: Even traditional companies are adapting to Gen Z employees: Teamlease

Krishnendu Chatterjee, Vice President, TeamLease, says that in a lot of manufacturing organisations in smaller towns, cities, etc, environmental consciousness and safety are pretty much becoming part of the DNA. The new-age organisations are anyways adopting it and the traditional ones are on their way to adopting it or have already adopted it. In your … Read more

Bajaj Auto unveils new Pulsar NS400Z at Rs 1.85 lakh. Check complete features

Bajaj Auto has unvield its latest marvel, the new Pulsar NS400Z at Rs 1.85 lakh (ex showroom price Delhi). With a potent 373cc engine under its hood, delivering an impressive 40 PS of power and 35 Nm of torque, this machine is poised to redefine the standards of performance in its segment. The unveiling ceremony … Read more

Worried About Stanley Cups Containing Lead? Read This.

Stanley cups can’t seem to stay out of the spotlight. The popular 40-ounce drinking cups have captured the hearts (and wallets) of millennial and Generation Z shoppers, and are famous for selling out in minutes. But concerns over tumblers containing lead, a naturally occurring metal found in the Earth’s crust, have made headlines recently, leaving … Read more

Why Are These 6 Beauty Ingredients Banned in California?

In nail care, it may come as no surprise that “formaldehyde may also cause skin irritation, as well as allergic reactions to this ingredient,” as stated by the FDA. Notably, California is not banning all formaldehyde-releasing preservatives — of which there are many — from products. Quaternium-15, for example, will no longer be allowed, but … Read more

Previously Unseen Videos Show Shocking Carnage In Early Development Of The IIHS’ Small-Overlap Crash Test

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has been slamming cars into barriers in the name of science for nearly 30 years, and modern cars are much safer thanks to its efforts. I have been watching IIHS crash test videos on YouTube since I was a little kid, and before you ask, yes, my parents … Read more

The Boeing 737 Max Crisis Reignites Arguments Over Infant Safety on Planes

As terrible as that tradeoff is, it’s worth noting that the risk of death on a commercial airliner to anyone, lap-held infants included, remains vanishingly low—so let the pangs of guilt subside if you’ve flown holding your baby on your lap. “Commercial aircraft accidents are still extremely rare, and the logistics of having infants in … Read more

The Real Problem With the Boeing 737 Max

Spirit AeroSystems, the Wichita-based aerospace manufacturer that manufactured the door plug that blew out on the Alaska Airlines flight, declined to comment on the incident. However, in a statement published on its website, Spirit says its “primary focus is the quality and product integrity of the aircraft structures we deliver.” The company’s parts have caused … Read more

Are Press-On Nails Safe? Here’s What Experts Say.

More and more people are turning to press-on nails because of their affordability, convenience and general aesthetics. Many popular brands, including OPI and Olive and June, have press-on varieties, in addition to companies that specifically specialize in press-on nails like Glamnetic and Clutch Nails. The designs are often pretty intricate, resembling an oft-expensive hours-long manicure … Read more

Cars Are Getting Bigger. Can Smarter Software Make Them Safer?

It’s not just you: American cars have gotten bigger. Over the past two decades, growing numbers of US buyers have turned in their sedans for SUVs and pickup trucks. And those SUVs and pickups have grown ever more hulking. The electrification of driving isn’t slowing the growth spurt. Batteries are heavy, and many carmakers are … Read more