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  • India, the cardiac capital

    New Delhi: India houses around three crore heart patients and two lakh surgeries are performed in it every year. The nation is viewed as the cardiac capital, with the highest number of heart disease cases, in the world. It is common belief that cardiovascular diseases mainly occur due to...

  • Chevrolet India organises Monsoon Service Camp

    Mumbai: Chevrolet India announced the commencement of a nationwide After-Sales Service Camp, 'Chevrolet Monsoon Service Camp'. The Monsoon Service Camp will be conducted at all Chevrolet Authorized Service Operations across India from June 21 to June 25, 2018. The objective of the Monsoon...

  • Saliva test can identify men more likely to get prostrate cancer

    London, After UK researchers tracked down a host of genetic changes that make the prostate cancer up to four times more likely, soon a saliva swab will help identify the men most at risk of the disease. The spit test is currently undergoing trials across three London GP surgeries,...

  • Nissan to launch new models every 6 months, eyes 5 pc market share in 2022

    Chennai, Auto major Nissan Motor Company on Friday announced it would launch new models every six months to achieve a market share of five per cent by 2022. Talking to reporters here, Nissan India Operations President Thomas Kuehl said the new models, to be launched from the ensuing...

  • Axis bank launches new tech tool for online transactions

    New Delhi : Private-sector Axis Bank has launched a new conversational tool Axis Aha — an AI-led Virtual Assistant to enhance online customer experience. Powered by cutting-edge technology which includes proprietary Artificial Intelligence and machine learning algorithms, this unique chatbot...

  • HP launches new range of printers

    New Delhi, Technology major HP Inc. India has announced the new and upgraded HP Ink Tank Printer series for Home as well as Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) users. The key benefits of these printers are the usage of high quality ink, ability of connecting with a range of...

  • Rise of skin cancers related to increasingly popular outdoor activities & recreational exposure

    Kolkata : The rise in the incidence of skin cancers over the past decades is strongly related to increasingly popular outdoor activities and recreational exposure. Overexposure to sunlight is widely accepted as the underlying cause for harmful effects on the skin, eye and immune system. ...

  • Samsung launches Galaxy J4

    New Delhi: Samsung on Friday launched Galaxy J4. According to release, Galaxy J is India's most popular smartphone series, accounting for every third smartphone sold in the country. Equipped with industry-first and signature Samsung features, Galaxy J4 will further reinforce Samsung's...

  • Ashok Leyland tops dealer satisfaction among CVs

    Chennai: Ashok Leyland, a flagship of the Hinduja Group, on Friday was ranked highest by the J D Power's 2018 India Dealer Satisfaction with Automotive Manufacturers Index (DSWAMI) study SM. In the Commercial Vehicle (CV) segment, Ashok Leyland was ranked Number One in dealer satisfaction with...

  • Brett Lee urges Govt to mandate Universal Newborn Hearing Screening

    New Delhi, Cricket legend and Cochlear's Global Hearing Ambassador, Brett Lee on Wednesday raised awareness about Universal New-born Hearing Screening (UNHS) at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, and the need for early screening and intervention for children with profound hearing loss. Leading surgeons...

  • Canon launches Rayo Mini Projectors in India

    New Delhi, Imaging solution providers Canon India launched Rayo Mini projectors in India. Targeted at both B2B and B2C segments, the two flagship models, Rayo i5 and Rayo R4 are compact, lightweight, and portable and bet big on both style and imaging impressions. Commenting on the launch,...

  • An estimated 1 million-plus women worldwide currently living with cervical cancer

    An estimated 1 million-plus women worldwide currently living with cervical cancer Kolkata, May 28 (UNI) An estimated of one million-plus women worldwide are currently living with cervical cancer. Many have no access to health services for prevention, curative treatment or palliative care....

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