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Durex survey: Indians not sexually satisfied

Durex survey: Indians not sexually satisfied

New Delhi: A new global survey on sexual well-being conducted by the condom manufacturer Durex shows that Indians are low on sexual satisfaction.

Achieving an orgasm is a key driver of sexual satisfaction. Just 46 per cent of Indians said that they usually have orgasm.

Moreover, the level of sexual satisfaction was half for women as compared to that of men in India. While 55 per cent Indian males achieve orgasm, only 26 per cent Indian women can say the same.

This difference in gender pretty much holds true globally, where twice as many men (64 per cent) as women regularly have orgasms.

The survey says Italians, Spaniards and Mexicans have the best sex lives, with 66 per cent of them reaching the peak, while the people of Hong Kong and China (24 per cent achieve orgasm) and the Japanese (27 per cent achieve orgasm) have the worst sex lives.

Are people sexually satisfied?

Sex worldwide could be better. Apparently, we have lost our sense of adventure, our libidos and our interest.

60 per cent of us say that sex is fun, enjoyable, and a vital part of life. However, only 44 per cent of people are fully satisfied with their sex lives.

The survey establishes that we become less satisfied with our sex lives as we get older, more so for men than women. This is partly because we tend to have sex less often and we have been in relationships for longer.

We tend to find things less exciting and more monotonous. Interestingly, having children doesn’t negatively impact upon satisfaction.

Emotional Drivers

Sexual priorities are changing. People are looking for the softer, more sophisticated side of sex — quality time with partners, romance and a sense of security within the bedroom.

Feeling close to your partner, feeling loved, respected and secure all impact strongly on our ability to achieve sexual satisfaction. Mutual respect plays a vital role in a satisfying sex life.

Eighty-two per cent of people surveyed (who are sexually satisfied) say they feel respected by our partner during sex, while 39 per cent are looking for more love and romance.

Thirty-six per cent would like more quality time alone with their partner, 31 per cent would like more fun and better communication and intimacy with their partner and 29 per cent, a higher sex drive. Thirty-seven per cent want to feel less stressed out and tired.

Having an exciting sex life is also important, although this decreases during a relationship. Those who have been in a relationship over three years tend to be less inhibited.

It’s important to try to keep your sex life as exciting as possible. Fifty-three per cent of us see the benefits of introducing a little experimentation into our sex lives

What is sexual well-being?

Sexual well-being is a balance of physical, emotional and sociological factors. It’s about protecting and nurturing the sexual health of both you and your partner, getting the most from your sex life and feeling confident and happy about yourself.

Sexual well-being is a fundamental part of human well-being and health.

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TEDxKarachi 2011 – Raja Sabri Khan – Building Drones in Pakistan

Raja Sabri Khan

Raja Sabri Khan

Raja Sabri Khan is an Aerospace design engineer from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.).

He has carried out groundbreaking research and published extensively in the areas of turbojet and alternative propulsion systems, low speed aerodynamics, GPS technology, land use and forestation studies and closed loop feedback systems.

From 1988 to 1997 Khan directed Special Projects at the Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO)- Heading a core team of engineers and technical personnel to set up Pakistan’s first core research group for the areas of UAV system design, development and manufacture.

He is currently the Chief Executive and owner of Integrated Dynamics- an organisation that Specializes in the design, development and manufacturing of unmanned aircraft and robotic subsystems for civilian, scientific and military applications.

He aims to use spin off technologies from Unmanned air, ground and water-based systems for producing low cost civilian scientific subsystems for education, research, alternate energy, health and industry.

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STOP GENOCIDE:Muslim Massacre In Myanmar

Dr Asjad Bokhari Muslim Massacre in Myanmar Dr.Asjad Bokhari

The beautiful mountains of Arakan divide the state from central Burma and the beautiful plains of the state house a population of 800,000 |Rohingya Muslims who claim to be living on these shores for hundreds of years. A claim resolutely denied by the Military rulers of Burma and the Buddhist community as they believe that Rohingya population are descendants of Chittagong Bengalis and only moved to Burma in 1863. Even if the twisted version of the dictator party is accepted as correct still it has been a good 150 years since these people started living their lives in Burma. They are not considered citizens though and are not issued with passports or rights of citizenship by a government which derives its power from the Buddhist religious base. Over the last 70 years these Muslims have been given the rough end of the deal by British, Japanese and the Burmese governments resulting in a mass exodus to Bangladesh and Thailand. Situation changed dramatically when Bangladesh decided to seal her borders to these refugees as they are struggling with the sheer numbers and the thigh border guards let the ship of these refugees sink and the men and women aboard drown.

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A month ago three Muslim boys were accused of raping and killing a Buddhist girl and were arrested. One of them was reported to have killed himself while other two were sentenced to death after a trial of 4 days. The Muslim version of story varies from the state version as Muslim community argues that one of the boys fell in love with the Burmese girl and managed to flee with her, later to be captured and tortured to death in custody and the other two boys were innocent. Whichever version was correct didn’t matter as the local Buddhist community attacked a bus killing 10 Muslims. Military moved in after 30 Muslims deaths and within 2 days the death toll for Rohingya Muslims raised to 680 as the military and security forces of Burma led the Muslim hunting process which is continuing with no end in sight. UN or aid agencies are not allowed in |Rakhine and media organisations are banned as well. Any food or life saving supplies can not be given directly and have to go through the government aid agency. This leaves Muslims of Arakan helpless, hopeless and in a miserable plight awaiting torture, death and destruction on daily basis.

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In this heart wrenching state of affairs UAE government continues to spend billions on a football club, Saudis are celebrating the crowning of new prince, Turkey is rejoicing on its economic success, Pakistan is dealing with its political crisis, Bangladesh has ceased to invite any more refugees and Iran is fighting against UN  sanctions. Qatar, Bahrain, Jordan, and other rich Arab countries are falling over each other to get in to good books of US. When the governments fail to take up a serious issue the media of those countries screams about the injustice and cruelty to make the governments act, but in this case all the major Muslim media organisations have better news and affairs to discuss and deal with.

The silence of the graveyard, where lies the corpse of Muslim ummah and their unity and brotherhood. As for Burmese Rohingya Muslims the writing is on the wall, no oil, no money, no state of their own and no monitory benefits to attract the Muslim governments and their media, so all they can do is to await the slaughter that shall come sooner or later. One resolution in UN unanimously drafted by Islamic world could do the trick by putting diplomatic pressure on militant rulers of Burma but frankly who cares and who has got the time to avert the spice of life and think about poor Muslims of Burma.

Source: saachtv


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Stop Killing the Burmese Muslims!


Muhammad Talha

Muhammad Talha


Burma has a population 75 million with the Muslim population being just 0.7 million. The Burmese Muslims have been under this affliction after 1962 when the Army usurped the power in Burma. It all started on 3rd June 2012 when 11 innocent Muslims were killed by the Burmese Army and the Buddhist mobs after bringing them down from a bus. A vehement protest was carried out in the Muslim majority province of Arakan, but the Protestants fell victims to the tyranny of the mobs and the army.

Trying to elude capture and an imminent killing; Burmese Muslims thronged to the Bangladeshi border, but all they met was dismay. The Government of Bangladesh refused to offer them asylum.

Over 500 Muslim villages have been incinerated hither-to. Thousands have been exterminated. The persecution of the Burmese Muslims at the hands of the Buddhist mobs is at its full swing. Yet all the human rights organizations have maintained a criminal silence up till now. Has the Muslim world become so callous that they remain undeterred by such genocide?

This is not a new thing or an unprecedented massacre. Muslims have been a subject to such hostility even before. If we go through the
annals of history we come to the very tenable conclusion that Muslims were always on the suffering side. Islam is a religion of peace and
harmony. It doesn’t allow its followers to lay-waste any other tenet. This leaves behind a big question mark. Why are the followers
of such a peaceful religion being oppressed from time to time?

The fear stricken faces of the poor Burmese Muslims really cuts one apart. The glimpse of their bruised bodies is a heart rending
spectacle. Where is the UN now? Why isn’t the International media highlighting this issue? Why are the competitive authorities of the
Muslim world procrastinating?

Stop killing the Burmese Muslims. JI did a meritorious job by staging rallies against this brutality. The government of Pakistan should
raise a voice in favor of the poor Burmese Muslims at the international forum. The whole Muslim world should join hands to get
the poor Burmese out of their distress and misery.


In lieu of launching into a tirade against the killings, something should be done on the ground. If we don’t help out our brothers there then we are equally responsible for their bloodshed. We won’t be able to satisfy our conscience, and the abrasive cries of the Burmese Muslims will keep on pinching us throughout our lives.


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GLOBAL PERSECUTION OF MUSLIMS: Myanmar Must Explain Rohingya Ethnic Violence: Asean

Rohingya Muslims stage a protest outside the Myanmar Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand on Monday, July 23, 2012 to call for support from international community to pressure the government of Myanmar for better treatment of Rohingya ethic minority following communal violence in western Myanmar, in which Muslim Rohingyas were killed, rape and physically abused. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)Rohingya Muslims stage a protest outside the Myanmar Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand on Monday, July 23, 2012 to call for support from international community to pressure the government of Myanmar for better treatment of Rohingya ethic minority following communal violence in western Myanmar, in which Muslim Rohingyas were killed, rape and physically abused. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

4:30pm Jul 28, 2012

IN regards of a few posters who underline that Rohingya are Muslims – I think to all – please see them first as humans who are terribly mistreated (and that since a very long time) and then second in regards to their religious affiliation.

I tried to read myself into the actual cause for the problem on hand and it seems that Rohingyas as a ethnic group have seen since a very long time a string of abuse and human rights violations – it is NOT an issue which just started in the very recent past. Basically it seems that for the region between Myanmar and Bangladesh which the Rohingyas called their home there is basically no place for them as they had been originally “imported” for (slave) labor. The U.S. had it with African-Americans, Indonesia with the Chinese…ahh, what a miserable world we are living in.

I hope with all my heart that this violence stops but seemingly neither Myanmar (as not really expected) nor Bangladesh care all to much for them.

9:58am Jul 27, 2012

Muslim drawing conflicts? What a nonsense. They live peacefully as the minority (South Thailand, South Philippines, Assam, South China, etc) and very tolerant as the majority (Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran, etc). We Westerners are only looking for their fault because we Westerners are retarded and immoral. 

The Association of Southeast Asian Nation is seeking an explanation from member state Myanmar about recent ethnic violence targeting minority Rohingya group. 

The ongoing violence has driven the Rohingyas from their homes in Myanmar’s northern and western states, and seen them turn up in waves as asylum seekers and refugees in neighboring Southeast Asian countries, including Indonesia. 

“There will be a full explanation from Myanmar because this is an important and critical issue for Asean as a community,” Asean Secretary General Surin Pitsuwan said on Wednesday. 

The explanation, he said, would be given at the United Nations headquarters in New York in September on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. 

Surin said the Asean Secretariat had conducted talks with Myanmar Foreign Minister U Wunna Maung Lwin but added “we haven’t heard anything specific or concrete on the matter.” 

Predominantly Buddhist Myanmar does not recognize the Muslim Rohingyas as citizens, arguing that they migrated from Bangladesh during British colonial rule. Bangladesh has also disavowed the group, calling it Myanmar’s problem. 

Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Wednesday called for laws to protect the rights of the country’s ethnic minorities in her inaugural address to the fledgling parliament. 

Additional reporting from AFP

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