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The Hindu
Looking for some change, GovernorThere is case for a review of India’s existing anti-inflationary policy and the
Looking for some change, Governor
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
There is case for a review of India’s existing anti-inflationary policy and the RBI’s role in it. Urjit Patel’s elevation is exactly the moment for this So the Government of India has announced the name of the next Governor of the Reserve Bank of... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Low selenium levels linked to liver cancer risk? An interview with Dr David HughesInterview conducted by April Cashin-Garbutt, MA (Cantab) What is selenium and
Low selenium levels linked to liver cancer risk? An interview with Dr David Hughes
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
Interview conducted by April Cashin-Garbutt, MA (Cantab) What is selenium and what role does it play in the body? Food provides us with a variety of substances we need to maintain life. These substances are essential nutrients and are classified as... Read more
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The Telegraph
Reality check on economic growththan deep conviction - is possible, given the current state of the global econo
Reality check on economic growth
The Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
than deep conviction - is possible, given the current state of the global economy. "If you are looking at the medium term and sustained growth, then a double-digit growth is out," Basu said in an interview. He spoke on a wide range of topics, from... Read more
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FOX News
Oral cholera vaccine could speed control efforts, trial findshelp endemic countries control the life-threatening disease. In the first real
Oral cholera vaccine could speed control efforts, trial finds
FOX News / Posted 4 days ago
help endemic countries control the life-threatening disease. In the first real-life trial of the vaccine, called Shanchol and recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO), researchers said it proved safe, easy to administer and relatively... Read more
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express
GLOBAL FAMINE FEARS: Worry over world food shortages as Indian farmland turns to DUSTto grow crops in India Ecologists have raised serious concerns about the state
GLOBAL FAMINE FEARS: Worry over world food shortages as Indian farmland turns to DUST
express / Posted 5 days ago
to grow crops in India Ecologists have raised serious concerns about the state of India, where more than a quarter of the land which was once fertile fields is now lying dry and barren. The vast Asian country is one of the world's biggest food... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
The latest news from Britain and around the worldNUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of
The latest news from Britain and around the world
Reading Evening Post / Posted 6 days ago
NUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of students will collect their A-level results today, amid suggestions of a slight increase in the number of top grades being awarded and warnings of "greater volatility" in... Read more
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birminghammail
The latest news from Britain and around the worldNUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of
The latest news from Britain and around the world
birminghammail / Posted 6 days ago
NUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of students will collect their A-level results today, amid suggestions of a slight increase in the number of top grades being awarded and warnings of "greater volatility" in... Read more
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chroniclelive
The latest news from Britain and around the worldNUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of
The latest news from Britain and around the world
chroniclelive / Posted 6 days ago
NUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of students will collect their A-level results today, amid suggestions of a slight increase in the number of top grades being awarded and warnings of "greater volatility" in... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
The latest news from Britain and around the worldNUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of
The latest news from Britain and around the world
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
NUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of students will collect their A-level results today, amid suggestions of a slight increase in the number of top grades being awarded and warnings of "greater volatility" in... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
The latest news from Britain and around the worldNUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of
The latest news from Britain and around the world
Liverpool Echo / Posted 6 days ago
NUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of students will collect their A-level results today, amid suggestions of a slight increase in the number of top grades being awarded and warnings of "greater volatility" in... Read more
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walesonline
The latest news from Britain and around the worldNUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of
The latest news from Britain and around the world
walesonline / Posted 6 days ago
NUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of students will collect their A-level results today, amid suggestions of a slight increase in the number of top grades being awarded and warnings of "greater volatility" in... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
The latest news from Britain and around the worldNUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of
The latest news from Britain and around the world
Manchester Evening News / Posted 6 days ago
NUMBER OF PUPILS AWARDED TOP GRADES AT A-LEVEL PREDICTED TO RISE Thousands of students will collect their A-level results today, amid suggestions of a slight increase in the number of top grades being awarded and warnings of "greater volatility" in... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bee decline is linked to controversial pesticides, Wallingford scientists concludeTHE decline of wild bees across England is linked to controversial pesticides,
Bee decline is linked to controversial pesticides, Wallingford scientists conclude
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
THE decline of wild bees across England is linked to controversial pesticides, Oxfordshire scientists have concluded. Species of wild bee exposed to oilseed rape treated with neonicotinoids suffered population decline of up to 30 per cent between... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Questions & Answers - 17 August 2016TO MINISTERSPrime Minister—Statements1. Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS (Leader—NZ First)
Questions & Answers - 17 August 2016
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 7 days ago
TO MINISTERSPrime Minister—Statements1. Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS (Leader—NZ First) to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by all his statements; if so, how?Rt Hon JOHN KEY (Prime Minister): Yes, with one clarification: when I said yesterday... Read more
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Boston Globe
Popular weight-loss pill was buoyed by studies that understated its harmspropped up by problematic clinical studies that “systematically understated” th
Popular weight-loss pill was buoyed by studies that understated its harms
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
propped up by problematic clinical studies that “systematically understated” the drug’s potential harms, according to a new analysis. Danish researchers who reviewed data summaries and journal articles found that seven drug trials funded by the drug... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Scientists have finally discovered why bee numbers are declining in the UKof wild bee exposed to oilseed rape crops treated with neonicotinoids suffered
Scientists have finally discovered why bee numbers are declining in the UK
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
of wild bee exposed to oilseed rape crops treated with neonicotinoids suffered population decline of up to 30% between 2002 and 2011, the research led by the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology found. The pesticide is the subject of an EU-wide... Read more
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SKY News
Pesticide Linked To Bee Population Declineto the study. There was an average population decline across all wild bee spec
Pesticide Linked To Bee Population Decline
SKY News / Posted 7 days ago
to the study. There was an average population decline across all wild bee species of 7% over the same period, found the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. The pesticide has been banned for two years across the EU amid concerns over its harmful... Read more
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express
Are PESTICIDES to blame for decline in wild bees? THE decline of wild bees across England is linked to the use of controversial
Are PESTICIDES to blame for decline in wild bees?
express / Posted 7 days ago
THE decline of wild bees across England is linked to the use of controversial pesticides, according to scientists. The decline of bees across England is linked to pesticides - namely... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Wild bee population declines linked to crop pesticide banned by EUdeclines linked to crop pesticide banned by EU Tuesday, August 16, 2016 - 04:0
Wild bee population declines linked to crop pesticide banned by EU
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
declines linked to crop pesticide banned by EU Tuesday, August 16, 2016 - 04:01 pm The decline of wild bees across England is linked to the use of controversial pesticides, according to scientists. Species of wild bee exposed to oilseed rape... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Scientists link decline in wild bee populations in England to pesticide banned by EU | Irish Examiner Tuesday, August 16, 2016 - 04:07 pm The decline of wild b
Scientists link decline in wild bee populations in England to pesticide banned by EU
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
| Irish Examiner Tuesday, August 16, 2016 - 04:07 pm The decline of wild bees... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ever Seen a Fat Fox? review: Eating high on the hogSeen a Fat Fox? review: Eating high on the hog A nutritionist examines the obe
Ever Seen a Fat Fox? review: Eating high on the hog
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
Seen a Fat Fox? review: Eating high on the hog A nutritionist examines the obesity epidemic with insights both valuable and questionable The prevalence of people who are overweight and obese has increased markedly over the past three decades in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Greenland shark with 400-year lifespan found to be world's longest-living vertebrateThe Greenland shark can live up to ages of up to 400 years, researchers have fo
Greenland shark with 400-year lifespan found to be world's longest-living vertebrate
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
The Greenland shark can live up to ages of up to 400 years, researchers have found, making it the world's oldest vertebrate. Photo / Supplied If you are feeling your age, then spare a thought for the Greenland shark. A team of scientists has... Read more
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Daily Mail
Greenland Shark is world's longest living vertebrate, living up to 400The world's longest living vertebrate: Greenland sharks can survive for up to 4
Greenland Shark is world's longest living vertebrate, living up to 400
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The world's longest living vertebrate: Greenland sharks can survive for up to 400 years - and they don't even become adults until 150-years-old Researchers radiocarbon tested the eyes of 28 female Greenland sharks They found the oldest of the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
This shark is the longest-living vertebrate in the world, Oxford scientists have discoveredGreenland sharks have the longest life expectancy of any vertebrate, Oxford sci
This shark is the longest-living vertebrate in the world, Oxford scientists have discovered
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 13 days ago
Greenland sharks have the longest life expectancy of any vertebrate, Oxford scientists have discovered. An international team of scientists led by the University of Copenhagen and including the University of Oxford has found that the Greenland shark... Read more
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Oxford Mail
This shark is the longest-living vertebrate in the world, Oxford scientists have discoveredGreenland sharks have the longest life expectancy of any vertebrate, Oxford sci
This shark is the longest-living vertebrate in the world, Oxford scientists have discovered
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Greenland sharks have the longest life expectancy of any vertebrate, Oxford scientists have discovered. An international team of scientists led by the University of Copenhagen and including the University of Oxford has found that the Greenland shark... Read more
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Al.com
First look: Details, renderings of MidCity at Madison Square Mall in Huntsvillemonth, the hallways of Madison Square were overflowing with guests as the area'
First look: Details, renderings of MidCity at Madison Square Mall in Huntsville
Al.com / Posted 15 days ago
month, the hallways of Madison Square were overflowing with guests as the area's first regional Super Mall celebrated its grand opening in the Rocket City. It's a different, but hopeful story today at the struggling shopping center on busy... Read more
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CBC.ca
Food stuck to dirty ancient utensils reveals prehistoric menu of duck, rhino, camelAbout 250,000 years ago, Stone Age human relatives butchered a bunch of animals
Food stuck to dirty ancient utensils reveals prehistoric menu of duck, rhino, camel
CBC.ca / Posted 15 days ago
About 250,000 years ago, Stone Age human relatives butchered a bunch of animals with stone tools and didn't wash up afterwards. Now scientists have analyzed the gunk crusted to the tools and figured out what was on the menu. Supper at the former... Read more
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express
Britons under-estimate how much they eat 'by 50 PER CENT'consumes close to 3000 calories per day While many surveys show the average ad
Britons under-estimate how much they eat 'by 50 PER CENT'
express / Posted 15 days ago
consumes close to 3000 calories per day While many surveys show the average adult consumes around 2,000 calories daily, research suggests the actual number is closer to 3,000. And this could explain why people are getting fatter despite decades... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Adding a Brick to a Nation's Growth"I take pride in contributing my due share to the transformation of my country"
Adding a Brick to a Nation's Growth
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
"I take pride in contributing my due share to the transformation of my country" - Aden Ashenafi Food Science Researcher As it is known, Ethiopia has health policies, strategies and programmes that give emphasis to prevention. It seems logical to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Odds stacked against police looking to solve murders of vulnerable Edmonton womenin the distance, faintly illuminated by his tractor’s headlights. Unsure of wha
Odds stacked against police looking to solve murders of vulnerable Edmonton women
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 days ago
in the distance, faintly illuminated by his tractor’s headlights. Unsure of what he was seeing, he got out of his tractor and stood on the tire, then clicked on his flashlight, sweeping its beam through the darkness. What he was looking at, he... Read more
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Aljazeera
Halting the blow of domestic violence in IndiaMumbai, India - It is mid-morning at the women and children's block of the KB B
Halting the blow of domestic violence in India
Aljazeera / Posted 19 days ago
Mumbai, India - It is mid-morning at the women and children's block of the KB Bhabha Hospital, one of Mumbai's busiest public hospitals. The hubbub is punctuated by the cries of a baby, and the contented whirring of pigeons settling to roost. A short... Read more
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PhysOrg
Genomics study points to origins of pollen allergensA joint University of Adelaide-Shanghai Jiao Tong University study has provided
Genomics study points to origins of pollen allergens
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
A joint University of Adelaide-Shanghai Jiao Tong University study has provided the first broad picture of the evolution and possible functions in the plant of pollen allergens. "During the past four decades, allergic diseases have become a global... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
RM1m South China Sea expedition on El-NinoScientific Cruise Expedition in the South China Sea costing almost RM1 million
RM1m South China Sea expedition on El-Nino
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 21 days ago
Scientific Cruise Expedition in the South China Sea costing almost RM1 million will provide crucial information such as research data and analysis on the impact of El-Nino on marine life. Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
'Shelters for abused women making a difference'of the Act to afford the victims of domestic violence the maximum protection fr
'Shelters for abused women making a difference'
News 24 South Africa / Posted 21 days ago
of the Act to afford the victims of domestic violence the maximum protection from domestic abuse that the law can provide; and to introduce measures which seek to ensure that the relevant organs of state give full effect to the provisions of this... Read more
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PhysOrg
Trees on farms: The missing link in carbon accountingFaidherbia and tomatoes on a farm in Salima District, Malawi. Credit: Tracy Bee
Trees on farms: The missing link in carbon accounting
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
Faidherbia and tomatoes on a farm in Salima District, Malawi. Credit: Tracy Beedy/World Agroforestry Centre While tropical forests continued to decline, a remarkable change is happening: tree cover on agricultural land has increased across the globe,... Read more
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Business Wire
Strayer@Work Skills Index Identifies the Skills that can Fast-Track a Job Offer in Key U.S. IndustriesWIRE)--Job seekers take note: today’s employers have a great need for self-mana
Strayer@Work Skills Index Identifies the Skills that can Fast-Track a Job Offer in Key U.S. Industries
Business Wire / Posted 21 days ago
WIRE)--Job seekers take note: today’s employers have a great need for self-management skills like problem solving and time management, according to the latest Strayer@Work Skills Index. Analyzing select data provided by LinkedIn, the... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Cobourg offers support for 2017 RBC CupWith the Cobourg Community Centre set to host the 2017 RBC Cup, Cobourg Cougars
Cobourg offers support for 2017 RBC Cup
Northumberland Today / Posted 26 days ago
With the Cobourg Community Centre set to host the 2017 RBC Cup, Cobourg Cougars owner Marc Mercier led a contingent at Wednesday's special council meeting to ask for specific areas of support for the May event. The motion of support council did pass... Read more
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Business Wire
North America Food Safety Market 2016- By Contaminant - Pathogens, GMOs, Pesticides, Toxins and OthersDUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the
North America Food Safety Market 2016- By Contaminant - Pathogens, GMOs, Pesticides, Toxins and Others
Business Wire / Posted 26 days ago
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "North America Food Safety Market - By Contaminant (Pathogens, GMOs, Pesticides, Toxins and Others); By Food Tested (Dairy Products, Processed Goods, Others) & Geography... Read more
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Football365
Do United want another Di Maria?do with the size of his transfer fee or him fitting in. My biggest worry is th
Do United want another Di Maria?
Football365 / Posted 29 days ago
do with the size of his transfer fee or him fitting in. My biggest worry is that United don’t seem his first choice. Barca and Real Madrid seem to be clearly his first choice as is expected for any galactico. This reeks of the Di Maria... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Locking Up the PoorAccording to Human Rights Watch, Gikondo Transit Center must be called a prison
Locking Up the Poor
AllAfrica.com / Posted 30 days ago
According to Human Rights Watch, Gikondo Transit Center must be called a prison. Nairobi — Rwandan authorities are rounding up poor people and arbitrarily detaining them in "transit centers" across the country, Human Rights Watch said today. The... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
Mobile Ransomware Has Mushroomed: Reportfor criminals is that legitimate payment systems, reacting to the rise in fraud
Mobile Ransomware Has Mushroomed: Report
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 1 months ago
for criminals is that legitimate payment systems, reacting to the rise in fraudulent payments, have started to track and block suspicious transactions, making money transfer a far more risky business for cyber-crooks," the report... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Ghetto Ghana workers and the new Italian ‘slaves’July 2016 According to a recent Eurostat report, Italy is Europe’s third large
Ghetto Ghana workers and the new Italian ‘slaves’
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 1 months ago
July 2016 According to a recent Eurostat report, Italy is Europe’s third largest agricultural producer, just after Germany and France, with an income of around €43 billion and almost a million agricultural workers. At first glance, this sounds like... Read more
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express
Deaths from THIS lethal strain of cancer are increasing, says charityof cancer are increasing, says charity THE number of people dying from pancrea
Deaths from THIS lethal strain of cancer are increasing, says charity
express / Posted 1 months ago
of cancer are increasing, says charity THE number of people dying from pancreatic cancer is rising - prompting cancer research to triple its spending on research into the disease. Deaths from pancreatic cancer are rising Funding has been... Read more

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