UK’s biggest health outsourcer in groundbreaking NHS deal

UK’s biggest health outsourcer in groundbreaking NHS deal

Care UK will receive a a fee for every patient treated © Alamy The UK’s biggest provider of outsourced health services to the NHS has agreed a groundbreaking deal that will see it provide all the hip, knee and other orthopaedic operations for an NHS hospital for the first time. Care UK, a private-equity owned group, will take on all of the non-emergency orthopaedic work for University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust in the south-west of England, receiving a fee for every patient treated. The deal is much more extensive than…

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Bollywood’s biggest fashion bloopers of 2016

Bollywood’s biggest fashion bloopers of 2016

  From unflattering silhouettes to confusing drapes, here are the worst outfits of 2016: 1. Sonam Kapoor This year, even Sonam made it to the list. The box-y gown didn’t appeal us at all and the sheer patch revealed too much. The only thing we liked about this look, was her make-up. (Image courtesy: PTI) 2. Ranveer Singh This time Ranveer went too Befikre with his look. This difficult-to-explain outfit became a hot discussion on the internet and we’re still trying to figure it out. (Image courtesy: Twitter) 3. Deepika…

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The 13 Biggest Nutrition Discoveries of 2016

The 13 Biggest Nutrition Discoveries of 2016

The year in review: nutrition edition The truth about nutrition is always in flux. One day coffee is a carcinogen, the next it’s a potent antioxidant. Carbs used to be the devil, now (the right kinds) are the staple of a well-balanced diet. What’s healthy seems to change regularly, and 2016 was no exception, which is why we’re looking back at the biggest nutrition discoveries of the year. To recap: Remember how we all suffered from serious false hope when butter was said to be healthy? (That is, until another…

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biggest errors you make adorning a Small space

biggest errors you make adorning a Small space

1. gambling it secure “rather, put a huge-scale published fabric or wallpaper on the walls and even the ceiling. it’s easier, safer, and less high priced to be dramatic in a small space. you may get uninterested in a ambitious print in the fundamental dwelling location, but it can make a smaller, less-used room an exciting area to spend time.” — Victoria Neale 2. Cramming the gap with too much stuff “A big piece of furnishings can honestly make the gap experience large, as lengthy as it’s selected carefully. for…

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BlaBlaCar Says India Could Soon Be Its Biggest Market

BlaBlaCar Says India Could Soon Be Its Biggest Market

Paris-based BlaBlaCar expects up to 10-fold growth in number of rides on its platform in India as more people turn to ride-sharing for long distance travel. The company, which launched its services in India in January last year, has already seen one million seats being offered through its platform in the country. “Ride-sharing is definitely gaining traction world over including India. However, for longer distance travel that somehow was not the case. But it is changing and we have already seen a million seats being booked on our platform,” BlaBlaCar…

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Dear Startups, It’s Time to Be the Best, Not Just the Biggest

Dear Startups, It’s Time to Be the Best, Not Just the Biggest

Launched in India in 2010, Ola has been one of the most successful companies here. It was the most funded startup in 2015, and it’s one of the few companies that has been able to compete with Uber. In September 2015, the company rolled out Ola Shuttle in Bengaluru and Gurgaon, essentially a private bus shuttle, with air-conditioned buses that offer Wi-Fi connectivity. They’ve expanded in scope, and now cover parts of Noida as well as part of a trial, but using them on a daily basis shows the gulf…

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