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The pill may lower risk of arthritis in women: study
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The pill may lower risk of arthritis in women: study

London: Women who take the oral contraceptive pill for seven or more consecutive years are at a lower risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, a study claims. Researchers at Karolinska Institute in Sweden looked at the possible link between the development of ... State Times, 1 month ago

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Long working hours ups risk of irregular heartbeats: study

London: People who work long hours may have an increased risk of developing irregular heart rhythm, scientists have warned. The study showed that, compared to people who worked a normal week of between 35-40 hours, those who worked 55 hours or more were about ...
 State Times2 months ago Long hours of work is bad for your heart  Rediff.com2 months ago Less sleep may increase diabetes risk in children: study  Business Standard1 month ago
Business Standard

Lodha Group dismisses Brexit's impact on London's property mkt

India-based real estate developer Lodha Group has dismissed the perception that Brexit had an impact on the city's property market, saying Indians still have considerable interest in buying luxury flats in London and constitute among 15 to 20 per cent of the ...
 DNA1 month ago Lodha Developers cuts debt by Rs 400 cr to Rs 14,500 cr in Q1  Business Standard2 months ago Lodha Developers cuts debt to Rs 14,500 cr in Q1 on back of strong sales  Business Standard2 months ago

Vaginal bleeding taboo in poor countries puts lives at risk - report

By Lin Taylor LONDON, July 31 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Taboos around vaginal bleeding in developing countries are putting the lives of women and girls at risk, and the lack of sanitation is making it worse, a report has found.
 DNA1 month ago

Shell says to focus on Basra gas in Iraq after Majnoon exit

LONDON (Reuters) - Oil major Royal Dutch/Shell said on Wednesday it would focus its efforts on the development and growth of the Basra Gas Company in Iraq after handing over operations of the Majnoon oil venture back to the Iraqi government.
 Business Standard1 week ago Shell set to draw line under a century of Iraqi oil  Business Standard1 week ago
The Telegraph UK

Developers must build low-cost homes or publish finances - London mayor

Mayor Sadiq Khan has asked London's boroughs to confront the city's shortage of affordable housing by forcing developers to submit plans for scrutiny by city hall experts, following a high profile project where promised low-cost homes were scrapped.
 DNA1 month ago Luxury flat development of legendary London gay bar must include LGBT pub, planners say  The Telegraph UK1 month ago

FACTBOX-Why contraceptive access is key to global development

By Emma Batha LONDON, July 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Global development experts, policymakers and donors gather in London on Tuesday for a family planning summit aimed at ensuring more women and girls around the world are able to shape their own ...
 DNA2 months ago

Rolling Stones musical in the works

Rock band Rolling Stones musical is in development and a few workshops are being conducted in London for its cast. However, legendary band members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood are yet to give the project their support, reported ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Global Economy: Inflation elusive, but central bankers getting twitchy

LONDON (Reuters) - A significant pickup in inflation still remains tantalisingly out of reach in most developed economies -- aside from asset prices -- yet several central banks are leaning toward launching or stepping up efforts that could slow it down.
 Business Standard2 months ago

Coursera, University of London launch virtual reality course

US-based edu-tech company Coursera on Wednesday launched its first series of courses on virtual reality (VR) developed by University of London.The 'Virtual Reality Specialisation', comprising five course modules, has been developed by Sylvia Pan and Marco ...
 Prokerala4 days ago
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