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Yoga pants are all the rage across the world, here’s why

BLOOMBERG:  The first pairs of yoga pants Lululemon sold in 1998 were a simple item for women to wear at the studio. They were a mix of nylon and Lycra — synthetic elastic fibres that provided the stretch and softness needed to manage all those sweat-inducing contortions during a lengthy session on the mat.

Cyrus Mistry launches new global venture

MUMBAI: Business magnate Cyrus P. Mistry on Wednesday announced the launch of a new global enterprise, Mistry Ventures LLP, to provide strategic insights and advice to businesses, incubate new ventures and provide seed, early stage and growth capital to startups in India and worldwide.

Your smartphone is damaging the environment, says study

 Smartphones and data centres will be the most damaging information and communications technologies to the environment by 2040, warns a new study.

Yoga emerges among top 10 fitness trends worldwide

Yoga has emerged among the top 10 fitness trends worldwide for 2018, according to “Worldwide Survey of Fitness Trends for 2018” by American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).

Huawei, OPPO, Vivo to slash smartphone orders by 10%: Report

 Concerned over sluggish worldwide smartphone demand, Chinese handset makers Huawei, Vivo and OPPO will reportedly begin 2018 on a slower note as they may cut smartphone orders by over 10 per cent, media reported.

Contraceptive pills driving fall in ovarian cancer deaths

Punjab News Express
LONDON : Widespread use of oral contraceptives has driven the fall in deaths from ovarian cancer worldwide, a major study has found.

Harsh Drug Laws Undermine India's HIV Response

NEW DELHI: A national consultation was held in New Delhi today to discuss the emerging challenges faced by India’s drug-using communities. Harsh laws, policies and practices that punish drug users only perpetuate the harms of drug use, and there is increasing evidence that India’s drug laws stifle the country's HIV response. 

Delhi glows blue on World diabetes day with Max healthcare

NEW DELHI : To mark the occasion of World Diabetes Day (14th November) Max Healthcare will light up the Qutub Minar and Subz Burj (Lodhi Road- Nizamuddin Round-about) in blue colour- the symbolic colour for Diabetes Awareness on the evenings of 13th and 14th November. The mesmerizing and dazzling view of the blue lit Qutub Minar and Subz Burj will attract people from all over Delhi and encourage them to take steps to fight against the rising incidence of diabetes in India.

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