As part of Amity Humans Quarter celebrations, Amity Institute of Travel and Tourism organized a guest lecture of Nupur Tewari, Ambassador of Tourism in Kyushu region of Japan, at University campus.Addressing the gathering, Nupur Tewari, Yoga Trainer, and Healer, said that yoga promotes the belief that humans are the best creation of the universe with a power to achieve everything. She shared that yoga is culture, philosophy, humanity and most importantly, beyond religion. Yoga is not only about asanas but about ‘self-realization’. It helps a person realize his or her true potential by achieving positive energy. Tewari remarked that humans, in general, have a tendency to judge people without knowing them properly. She stressed that through practicing meditation, an individual can attain the purest form of knowledge that is, acceptance towards equality and empowerment for all. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfApprising about tourism in Japan, Tewari shared that Japan is witnessing a historic surge in tourist arrivals. As a marketing strategy, the country is not only promoting the heritage sites or tourist destinations but have well marketed their positive culture, leading to an increase in the number of tourists. She emphasized that every Japanese citizen is imbibed with the values of being kind and helpful towards every human being, which makes the country one of the most tourist-friendly nations. She called upon the budding professionals of the tourism sector in India to create a helpful ecosystem and safe environment to increase the footfall of international tourists. She opined that communication is one of the key aspects of tourism and to succeed, practicing the ancient maxim ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ is a must.The lecture was attended by hundreds of students of Amity Institute of Travel and Tourism.Nupur Tewari is an Indian from West Bengal who is staying in Japan for last fourteen years. Her latest endeavor is to organize India’s first talk show on TV by sharing the stories of rural Indians.
Yesterday, Mike McQuaid, Homebrew’s lead maintainer announced the release of Homebrew 1.9.0. The release has major updates like Linux support, (optional) automatic brew cleanup, providing bottles (binary packages) to more Homebrew users and much more. Homebrew is an open-source software package management system that simplifies the installation of software on Apple’s macOS operating system. Homebrew automatically handles all dependencies and installs requested software into one common location thus providing users with easy access and quick updates. Features of Homebrew 1.9.0 Beta support for Linux and Windows 10; with the Windows Subystem for Linux. Linuxbrew (Homebrew on Linux) does not require root access. If the HOMEBREW_INSTALL_CLEANUP environment variable is set, brew cleanup runs periodically on the system. On re-install, install or upgrade; the HOMEBREW_INSTALL_CLEANUP environment variable will also trigger individual formula cleanup on reinstall, install or upgrade. brew prune has been replaced by brew cleanup and is now run as part of brew cleanup. Homebrew 1.9.0 will not run on 32-bit Intel CPUs. Incomplete downloads can now be resumed when the server rejects HEAD requests. This is particularly useful since some HTTP servers apparently don’t support HEAD. brew bottle will allow relocation of more bottles. This will be done by ignoring source code and skipping matches to build dependencies. macOS Mojave bottles are optimized for the newer CPUs required by Mojave. ..and much more! What to expect in Homebrew 2.0.0? Official support for Linux, Windows10; with the Windows Subsystem for Linux Homebrew 2.0.0 will stop running on macOS versions 10.8 and below. Homebrew 2.0.0 will stop the migration of old installations from the legacy Homebrew/homebrew repository. While most users are excited about the news, some of them are not satisfied with Homebrew’s documentation. Source: Hacker News You can head over to Homebrews’ official blog to know more about the additional features introduced in Homebrew 1.9.0. Read Next Homebrew’s Github repo got hacked in 30 mins. How can open source projects fight supply chain attacks? An update on Bcachefs- the “next generation Linux filesystem” The Linux and RISC-V foundations team up to drive open source development and adoption of RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA)