Sony Xperia XZ Premium Goes on Sale in India at Rs. 59,990

Sony Xperia XZ Premium Goes on Sale in India at Rs. 59,990

The new Sony Xperia XZ Premium, which had been launched earlier this month, has gone on sale in India. Sony Xperia XZ Premium, priced in India at Rs. 59,990 (best buy price), is now available to buy via Amazon India, Sony Centres, and select retail outlets across the country. Interested users can head to Amazon India to buy the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, which is available in two colours: Luminuous Chrome currently on sale, and Deep Sea Black in stock from Wednesday. With Sony Xperia XZ Premium availability in India,…

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Yu Yureka Black Goes on Sale in India via Flipkart

Yu Yureka Black Goes on Sale in India via Flipkart

The Yu Yureka Black has gone on sale in India via Flipkart from Tuesday. The Yureka Black is the latest offering from Micromax’s Yu Televentures, the first smartphone from its stables in more than six months. The smartphone was launched in Chrome Black and Matte Black colour variants. The Yu Yureka Black price in India is Rs. 8,999, and it competes with the Xiaomi Redmi 4 and Coolpad Note 3 Lite. Though it runs the dated Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the Yu Yureka Black packs a few software features. These include…

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Wilson’s disease drug goes off the shelves

Wilson’s disease drug goes off the shelves

Wilson’s disease drug goes off the shelves A life-saving medicine D-Penicillamine, used in treatment of Wilson’s disease, is unavailable across the country, jeopardising lives of many patients. The shortage, primarily caused because of short supply of raw material used in the drug, prompted the drug regulator to call for an urgent meeting on Friday with five manufacturers of the drug. Wilson’s disease is a rare genetic disorder that prevents the body from getting rid of extra copper. The accumulation of copper may damage liver, brain, kidneys and eyes. D-Penicillamine is…

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shop your self From warmth Stroke as Mercury goes Up

shop your self From warmth Stroke as Mercury goes Up

because the mercury stages bounce in north India, being out in the sweltering warmth can result in warmness stroke which may be extraordinarily dangerous, even fatal, says an professional. warmth stroke is triggered due to prolonged publicity to better temperatures (above forty levels Celcius) or physical exertion. It normally takes place in aggregate with dehydration.”If left untreated, warmth stroke can affect crucial organs and might prove fatal in extreme instances,” said Dr Raman Abhi, additional director (inner remedy) at Fortis Memorial studies Institute in the capital.Dr. Simran Saini, Nutritionist at…

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