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Modi stresses on affordable treatment for all

25 May,2017

Mumbai, May 25 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday stressed on reducing dependence on other countries for getting medical equipment so as to make treatment affordable for people. “Seventy per cent of medical equipment used are imported from foreign nations. This situation has to change because it makes the treatment very costly,” he said after […]

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Colin Firth to apply for Italian citizenship

25 May,2017

London, May 25 Veteran actor Colin Firth has applied to the Italian embassy here for citizenship following United Kingdom’s decision last year to leave the European Union. “Colin was horrified by Brexit and is worried about the consequences,” a source told The Oscar-winning actor is married to Italian film producer Livia Giuggioli and Firth […]

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Supreme verdict: Messi guilty of tax fraud, gets 21-month jail

25 May,2017

MAdrid, May 25 Spain’s Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected an appeal by Barcelona football star Lionel Messi and stood by a Catalan regional court’s 21-month prison sentence for tax fraud, court documents showed. The five-times World Player of the Year is unlikely to go to prison, however. Messi and his father Jorge were found guilty […]

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Apple to inject $1 billion to set up “advanced manufacturing” jobs

24 May,2017

Apple has reportedly been planning to create a $1 billion fund so as to invest in “advanced manufacturing” jobs in the United States. In an interview with CNBC, Mad Money host Jim Cramer, Tim Cook said that Apple plans to announce its first investment later this month. Cook has hoped that the new fund will […]

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Chocolates may lower ‘heart flutter’ risk

24 May,2017

Boston Eating chocolates regularly may lower the risk of developing irregular heartbeats, a condition that affects over 33 million people worldwide, a new study warns. Previous research has linked eating chocolates, especially dark chocolate, to improvements in heart health.Scientists, including those from Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health in the US, wanted to […]

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Democratic Senators urge Trump not to withdraw from Paris Climate Agreement

25 May,2017

Washington, May 25 As many as 36 Democratic Senators have urged US President Donald Trump not to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, arguing that the historic climate change deal for the first time made major emitters like India and China acknowledge that they have a responsibility to curb carbon pollution. “We write to express our […]

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