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Medical Tourism can Fetch Rs.100 bn Annually by 2012

Medical tourism has a potential of growing by a whopping 25 percent annually to fetch India Rs.100 billion ($2.15 billion) a year by 2012, Tourism Minister Ambika Soni said Wednesday.// "The sector has a huge potential and looking at the response from foreign patients, we estimate that the cou...

Veterans From Iraq, Afghanistan & Other Conflicts Partner With Service Dogs in America's VetDogs Graduation Ceremony

...than visual impairment. They may provide balance and stability support, and fetch and retrieval of dropped items. Combat stress relief dogs are deployed with...ogs. Stryker assists Ramos in getting up and down stairs and into bed, and fetch anything he might drop, such as his keys or wallet. Ramos says Stryker has...

Moet & Chandon Releases Grand Vintage 1929 Magnum Commemorating First-Ever Academy Awards(R) To Benefit Motion Picture & Television Fund

...rg, 2009 Oscars host Hugh Jackman, Robert Downey, Jr., Tina Fey, Lindsay Lohan, Matthew Broderick, Jessica Simpson and more. The Magnum is expected to fetch a high price at auction due to its rarity, quality, symbolism and exclusive Hollywood allure. As Frederic Cumenal comments, "Cinema is a universa...

Napoleon Love Letter Seduces Bidders at Manuscript Auction

...rom the future French leader fetched 276,000 pounds (409,000 euros, 557,000 dollars) at the Christie's auction in London. It had only been expected to fetch 50,000 pounds. "I send you three kisses -- one on your heart, one on your mouth and one on your eyes," he wrote in the letter. Just th...

Cheap Indian Medicines Illegally Flooding Pak Markets

...arkets. Due to disproportionate prices of raw material, which is far low in India, medicines arriving in Pakistan are very low priced and they fetch considerable benefit to the carriers. As a result, large number of passengers coming to Pakistan through rail and air route from India carry of large ...

Sunita Returns June 21 After 194-day Record Space Odyssey

...aking 194-day space odyssey by a woman with the mission managers giving the green signal. Sunita and six other astronauts who came June 10 to fetch her bid farewell to her replacement Clayton Anderson and two Russian cosmonauts on the International Space Station (ISS) before the hatches between th...

It is Men, and Not Women, to Be Blamed for Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

...Misro claimed the new technology was unique and they were trying to patent it. "It would be of great help for sperm banks and clients going to fetch them. I think a man should test these above factors in his sperm to make sure that his wife does not suffer." ...

Date Rape Drug Seized at Chennai Airport

...substance was Ketamine Hydrochloride. The seized chemical was valued at Rs.17.5 lakh in the local market and in the international market it would fetch nearly Rs.5 crore the release said. The passengers were brothers. The DRI authorities said the chemical was a veterinary anesthetic and used as a...

Poor Sanitation Causes 3.1 Million Child Deaths In Asia

...in the dropout rate of girls in schools if they are provided toilets," she said. "My heart is full of sorrow when I think of women going miles to fetch pales of water so that they could meet the requirements for food and sanitation of their husbands and children. Don't they deserve any consideration?"...

Crazy Shoppers Lose More Weight

...ey went shopping. "Unfortunately, the study also showed that the majority of the women walked fewer than 500 paces a day. They actually only got up to fetch food," he said. "A questionnaire often distorts the real picture. People sometimes overestimate how much they do daily." ...
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Scientists fetch useful information from dog genome publications

Today a plethora of dog genome-related materials are published, including a new book entitled The Dog and Its Genome and a series of primary research articles in the journal Genome Research . These publications, concomitant with the publication by Nature of a high-quality draft sequence of th...

February 2009 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...nd segment itself into equally sized rounded lakes. As a result of the long fetch along an elongate water body, waves approach most of the coast at large rel... these coasts. As these capes extend across the water body, they affect the fetch felt by capes on the opposing coast, attracting capes on the opposite shore...

Research yields pricey chemicals from biodiesel waste

...efining, chemical engineers at Rice University have unveiled a set of techniques for cleanly converting problematic biofuels waste into chemicals that fetch a profit. The latest research is available online in the journal Metabolic Engineering . The new paper and others published earlier this year desc...

New CITES quotas allow more caviar export, further jeopardize endangered sturgeon

... illegally acquired wild caviar." Dr. Doukakis is also a specialist in genetic regulation of the caviar trade. Caviar is a prized delicacy that can fetch more than $100 an ounce, and the Caspian Sea is home to beluga sturgeon (Huso huso), whose eggs are considered among the finest in the world. Sturgeon...

Robot fetches objects with just a point and a click

...rtant step toward robotic assistants in the home. "If you want a robot to cook a meal or brush your hair, you will probably want the robot to first fetch the items it will need, and for tasks such as cleaning up around the home, it is essential that the robot be able to pick up objects and move them to ...

CITES caviar export quotas remain steady for beluga sturgeon despite threat of extinction

... Most sturgeon species are endangered, having been overfished nearly to extinction in pursuit of their caviar. Caviar is a prized delicacy that can fetch more than $100 an ounce, and the Caspian Sea is home to beluga sturgeon (Huso huso), whose eggs are considered to be among the finest in the world. De...

New knowledge improves rice quality

...with more nutritious, better tasting food. New scientific knowledge is allowing rice researchers to develop better quality rice varieties that could fetch a higher price from consumers, especially increasingly affluent rice consumers in Asia. The main aim of the new International Network for Qualit...

DNA analysis suggests under-reported kills of threatened whales

..."bycatch" if officially reported. Economic incentives make such pursuits attractive, said Baker, who pointed out that individual whales are thought to fetch as much as $100,000. "The obvious question becomes how much of the mortality is caused by incidental bycatch, and how much of it is actually inte...

How the octopus forms an elbow

...s an artificial constraint of sorts on the arm's movement and simplifies the otherwise complex control of movement that would be needed for the arm to fetch food from a distant point to the octopus's mouth. In the new work, the researchers sought to identify how the octopus manages to transform its extr...

Ethiopian development raises birth rate

... and birth rates in villages where tapped water had been introduced and others where it had not. While previously, women had to walk up to 30 km to fetch their families' water, the new water supply reduced the time spent carrying water each day from around three hours to about 15 minutes. The availabi...
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