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Should Terminally Ill Patients Be Given Right To Die?

Should Terminally Ill Patients Be Given Right To Die?

Should people be allowed to take final call to end their life if their health persists? Perhaps yes on human grounds but a big no in legal purview.

IVF Linked To Risk Of Ovarian Cancer

IVF Linked To Risk Of Ovarian Cancer

Fifteen years after a large cohort study following thousands of women in the Netherlands, ovarian stimulation for in vitro fertilization has been linked to an increased risk of ovarian cancer.

Prysmian to buy Draka Holdings for $1.15 billion

Prysmian to buy Draka for $1.15 billion

Prysmian SpA, the Italian cable maker has said that it is going to buy out the Dutch fibre cable-maker, Draka Holdings. The total worth of the deal is going to be $1.15 billion and Prysmian has outbidded its rival Nexan.

Unilever records 1.1% decline in Q2 sales

Unilever records 1.1% decline in Q2 sales

The second-quarter sales of Unilever missed the target due to weak economic growth.

The underlying sales of consumer goods giant declined by 1.1 percent to €1.3bn or £1.1bn in Western Europe, but sales in Asia, Africa and Central and Eastern Europe have increased by 7.9 percent.

In America, company reported sale increase of 3.8 per cent.

Air France-KLM Unit Revenue Rose in the Month of June

Air France-KLM Unit Revenue Rose in the Month of June

Air France-KLM said on Wednesday that its unit revenues had jumped strappingly in the month of June, as expansion in both passenger and cargo activity outpaced capacity, which has on purpose been h

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