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South Asians in Canada being wooed by chips now!

As a strategic step taken by the Canadian snacks company Frito Lay Canada has launched a new range of potato chips which are targeting the South Asians. 40 chip flavours created and tested include seaweed, cucumber //and green tea before choosing spicy curry and wasabi for test marketing. Store...

Make No Small Plans: M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Endeavors to Make Cancer History

... bound to cast a clear eye on the past," Olson does not shy away from M. D. Anderson's resistance to racial desegregation or how institutional leaders wooed Soviet Union scientists in the midst of the Cold War. Lesser-known elements of M. D. Anderson's past are also uncovered, such as the dramatic ope...

Britain Hospital Staff Threatens Strike

...atement of David Prentis, union general secretary. He said: "Lives are being put at risk by hospitals desperate to save money. Trusts are being wooed by companies promising free trials, pilots and huge financial savings if they allow medical typing to go abroad. Medical secretaries in the NHS work t...

Malaria kills 75 in Assam

... and this is affecting the delivery of proper healthcare. "Our health workers are now working overtime in spreading awareness in rural areas not to be wooed by quacks or sorcerers, and instead approach a doctor or come to the hospital when someone is sick," Barman said. Last year at least 230 people su...

Assam’s Malaria Death Toll Rises To 75, More People Affecte

...om in parts of Assam, Tripura and other northeast states. "Our health workers are now working overtime in spreading awareness in rural areas not to be wooed by quacks or sorcerers, and instead approach a doctor or come to the hospital when someone is sick," Barman said. The northeast is known as "mal...
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Consumer "engagement" stressed at e-Business seminar

... now highly popular among certain audiences and may offer ways for advertisers to further target niche markets. Meanwhile, audiences may slowly be wooed through the exchange of information, Ramsey said, a tactic he calls the "drip-drip" approach. A company offers a white paper on a topic; in return, th...
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