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Marathon runners have normal hearts, finds Indo-Canadian researcher 18.5.2009 New Kerala: World News
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This is an emergency 18.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
There's nothing like a plane crash to help you bond with your colleagues - or at least that's the theory behind the latest corporate training exercise. Tanya Gold tests her will to survive Do you love your colleagues, or would you be happy to see them burn to death? To help you solve this riddle, British Airways is offering the opportunity to experience a simulated "emergency" at its flight training centre near Heathrow. It is the latest exercise in company team bonding, a phrase that always makes me think of a row of executives stuck together with gaffer tape. You can already build a golf course, investigate a crime scene or write and record your own song called I Love My Job. Now you can fantasise about your colleagues dying in an air ...
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Four killed in Kerala clashes 18.5.2009 New Kerala: Kerala News
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England tighten screws as Windies crumble on Day 4 18.5.2009 Express India-- Front Page
England scented victory in the second Test after reducing West Indies to 115 for three in their second innings at the close of the fourth day...
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Four killed in communal clashes in Kerala 18.5.2009 New Indian Express
Four killed in communal clashes in Kerala
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Briefs 18.5.2009 The Statesman
Briefs
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Co-fliers of Hyderabad man show no sign of flu 18.5.2009 DNA: India
The 23-year-old medical student at Indiana University in the US who had tested positive for H1N1 flu, is recovering well.
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Lessons of 2009 18.5.2009 Telegraph: Nation
What the winners and the losers can learn from the stunning verdict of this election
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Reds go missing in green city 18.5.2009 Telegraph: Calcutta
Sunday was a forced holiday for Left Front workers and a welcome working day for their Trinamul Congress counterparts.
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Rise in use of drug tests to sack staff 18.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Employers are increasingly using drug testing to get rid of staff without having to make redundancy payouts, as a way of ­cutting costs during the recession, a ­charity has said. Release, which focuses on drugs, the law and human rights, reported a four-fold increase in calls to its drugs team about problems with workplace testing in the first three months of 2009 compared with the same period last year. In the first quarter of 2008, the team received 493 calls, with just 31 (6.2%) related to testing at work. In the first three months of this year, 548 calls were received with 145 (26.4%) about this issue. In many cases callers have been getting in touch in a state of distress, having been tested for the first time after years in the ...
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Test may help predict colon cancer recurrence risk 18.5.2009 Sify Finance
A new gene test may help predict which colon cancer patients are at higher or lower risk of having their cancer return after surgery, doctors report, but whether it is useful enough to justify its
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Study: Ginger capsules ease chemotherapy nausea 18.5.2009 Sify Finance
Ginger, long used as a folk remedy for soothing tummyaches, helped tame one of the most dreaded side effects of cancer treatment — nausea from chemotherapy, the first large study to test the
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From greenhorn to history-scripting politician 18.5.2009 Hindu: Front Page
‘Mr. Clean’ scores hat-trick in Orissa Assembly elections on development plank
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Dot Mars 18.5.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
America's space agency, NASA, has been researching what it calls the Delay-Tolerant Network protocol, or DTN. The idea is to introduce to space the automatic protocols that enable seamless communication on the terrestrial internet.
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New retail players make the most of low-cost environment 18.5.2009 ET: Retailing
Leading brands and retailers may have slammed the brakes on their expansion drive, but new entrants are identifying the opportunities created by the slowdown to steer ahead in a lower-cost environment.
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Roof at Wimbledon’s centre court unveiled 18.5.2009 Hindu: Sport
London: Stars of the game who gave the fans some memorable moments at the All England Lawn Tennis Club courts at London SW19 returned to the facility’s centre court for the historical occasion of unveiling the newly installed retractable ...
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Choosing a career, with a little help 18.5.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
Bangalore: Now that results are out, there are plenty of students out there who are undecided about what career to pursue. It is during these times that parents and students depend a great deal on career counsellors to help them choose the ...
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Largecap stocks likely to be the stars 18.5.2009 DNA: Top News
The overseas cues were cautious as the headline indices witnessed profit sales at higher levels after the bank stress test results were declared.
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GITAM admissions commence 18.5.2009 Hindu:Education Plus: Visakhapatnam
GITAM University commenced admissions into its courses last week. To start with admission into MBA programme was taken up and all the 150 seats in its campuses here and in Hyderabad have been filled up. M. Suman Kumar and P.J. Bharadwaj, who are ...
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Get hands-on with printing technology 18.5.2009 Hindu:Education Plus: Chennai
This diploma course can be an ideal platform for students to set up their own printing press.
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