Chandigarh: ‘The India Korea Golf Meet’ will be held at Gurugram in Harayana on July 19 to develop better business relations with Korean Investors through the game. CEOs of 25 top Korean companies and representatives of Korean embassy, along with Secretaries from the Centre and departments of the state government, will participate in the event. Usually seminars and conferences are organised for developing business relations but promoting Korean investment through golf is innovative and out of box idea of the Haryana government. Invest India, a national investment promotion and facilitation agency and Haryana government are the organisers of this unique event Also Read – How a psychopath killer hid behind the mask of a devout laity!Additional Chief Secretary, Industries and Commerce, Devender Singh said that the India Korea Golf Meet is a unique opportunity for Korean companies to engage with the Haryana government regarding their interests and issues over an engaging game of golf. He said that Invest India, Korea Plus, Korean International Trade Association and Haryana Enterprises Promotion Centre are associates in organising this unique ‘Golf Meet’. ‘Korea Plus’ is the gateway for Korean investors in India. It acts as a one-stop agency for Korean investors and works closely with the embassies, central and state governments, industrial associations and corporates to generate leads and facilitate Korean investments. The team provides business advisory and facilitation to more than a hundred Korean companies in a span of just two years of its existence. Korea Plus not only gives facts-based inputs for decision-making but also provides handholding facilitation support to execute Korean investments.
Men are the first to lose interest in sex during long-term relationships, a study has found.Men are put off of sex because they feel insecure and because they worry about losing their freedom within a relationship.An analysis of 64 studies on sexual desire conducted since the 1950s found that men also have unrealistic expectations of their appetite and their bodies as they get older.The study said that there are “clear assumptions in our culture that women have lower sexual desire than men” – but this isn’t always the case.The University of Kentucky study found that unlike women, men often lose interest in sex when they are unhappy or insecure. Previous studies have shown that one in three women experience a drop off in sexual interest, compared to one in five men. The research, published in the Journal of Sex Research, said men expect their appetite to stay at the same level and grow frustrated when it dips. They also feel pressure to always be ready for sex, and think they should always be the ones to initiate it.There may be physical issues as well like depression, mood disorders and erectile dysfunction. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Kristen Mark, associate professor of health promotion and director of the Sexual Health Promotion Lab at the University of Kentucky and lead author of the study, said: ” We expect male desire to always be high and to be simple, like an on and off switch, while we expect women’s desire to be a complicated switchboard, but they are both complex.”