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14 July, 2018 8:13 PM Israel Should Be Role Model For IT Savvy Goa: Former Infosys Director

Mohandas Pai said every Goan should be connected to the web, every place should have high speed bandwidth. Israel should be a role model for Goa, a state which should aspire to become a very hi-tech centre at the cutting edge of technology, former director of Infosys, Mohandas Pai said on Saturday. "A role model for Goa would be Israel, a very hi-tech 40

12 July, 2018 2:57 PM Drug regulator cancels licence for Diclofenac sold by Novartis

India's drug regulator has enforced a ban on the manufacture and sale of painkiller injection, Diclofenac, marketed by Novartis India Ltd, after a Health Ministry panel raised concerns over the medicine's impact on health. "The DGCI ordered for the cancellation of the manufacturing licence granted to Themis Medicare for Diclofenac sodium injection 75 mg/ml 38

12 July, 2018 6:01 AM Here's How Living In Less Sunny Areas Can Increase Your Risk Of OCD

According to a new research from Binghamton University, living at higher latitudes, where there is also less sunlight, could result in a higher prevalence rate of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). To compile data, Coles and her research team read through many papers that addressed OCD prevalence rates in certain places and then recorded the latitudes 110

11 July, 2018 10:12 AM Solid Food Helps Babies Sleep Better

The study found that infants in the group which had solids introduced early slept longer and woke less frequently. Referred as 'Safe to sleep', the method also urges parents to put babies to sleep on their backs, not on their stomach until a certain age. A research at King's College London conducted clinical trial on two group of women. One was followed 42

11 July, 2018 9:42 AM Delhi hospital told to pay Rs 10 lakh to man’s family for failing to disclose health risks

The hospital was accused of conducting the RFA procedure, without revealing the risk of heart blockage. The Delhi State Consumer Redressal Commission has granted Rs 10 lakh compensation to a man’s family after he was given a Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) procedure without disclosing the risk of heart blockage, by a hospital in Delhi. Doctors at the Batra 40

10 July, 2018 3:45 PM Apple could discontinue iPhone X, iPhone SE this year: Analysts

Apple has reportedly reduced the production of iPhone SE and iPhone X models from 20 million units to eight million units and is focusing on the new iPhones expected to launch in September. Apple may end manufacturing of iPhone X and iPhone SE from the third quarter of this year, according to a prediction by US-based market research firm BlueFin 47

10 July, 2018 10:05 AM Accumulate KEC International; target of Rs 390: Dolat Capital

Dolat Capital recommended accumulate rating on KEC International with a target price of Rs 390 in its research report dated July 06, 2018. FY18 was a strong year despite facing challenges regarding GST implementation in 1HFY18 with revenue at ` 100.9bn grew by 15.3% YoY as EBIDTA grew by 23% to ~ ` 10bn and PAT grew by 1.5x to ` 4.6bn. Overall order 47

10 July, 2018 8:42 AM HSBC upgrades Ujjivan to ‘hold’; maintains buy call on Equitas

The brokerage house believes that loan book diversification could weigh on its earnings in the near term, analysts at the firm wrote in a research note. Global investment bank, HSBC, has said that the view of declining risk reward in microfinance space is intact. Further, it believes that loan book diversification could weigh on its earnings in the near term, analysts 76

9 July, 2018 1:17 PM Samsung Opens 'World's Largest Phone Factory' in Noida, PM Modi Inaugurates

Samsung Electronics on Monday announced the opening of what it said is the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturing facility as the South Korean tech group seeks to expand production in the world's fastest-growing major mobile phone market. The facility in Noida will allow Samsung to make phones at a lower cost due to its scale when other phone making 55

7 July, 2018 1:28 PM As China Tariff War Escalates, US Oil Sellers May Look To India

In May, Indian refiners imported 4.7 million barrels, or about nine times more than April and the most of any month since 2015. American oil producers may find a new friend in India as they brace for a trade war with China that could curb U.S. shipments. Refiners in China were the top buyers of American crude oil in May, and have been regular importers 55