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BusinessToday.In
November 21, 2020
BJP-ruled states like Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and Karnataka have said they will introduce new laws against religious conversion in the name of \"love jihad\", a term coined by right-wing outfits opposing inter-faith marriages


BusinessToday.In
November 21, 2020
Recently, a team of scientists at Cardiff University in the UK also made a similar claim that mouthwash could help destroy coronavirus within 30 seconds of being exposed to it in a lab


Mansi Jaswal
November 18, 2020
Scientists said that mouthwash that contains at least 0.07 per cent of cetypyridinium chloride (CPC) showed 'promising signs' of being able to kill coronavirus when exposed in a lab


BusinessToday.In
August 11, 2020
Gargling with a mouthwash cannot inhibit the production of viruses in the cells, but could reduce the viral load in the short term, says researcher from Ruhr University Bochum


E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, April 15, 2019
Neglecting oral health not only causes tooth decay but also leads to serious health problems.


IANS
London, September 2, 2015
This free toothbrush timer app named \"Brush DJ\" plays music for two minutes - the optimum time for brushing teeth - taken from a playlist or randomly from the user's own device or cloud.


Saurav Bhanot
November 7, 2013
With good looks gaining more importance than ever, you can no longer be excused for airport style casualties - even if you are a frequent flier.


Goutam Das
August 14, 2013
UK-based Vineet Bhatia, the twice Michelin-starred celebrity chef is consulting for Ziya, the luxurious Indian restaurant at The Oberoi, Mumbai. In an interview with Business Today, he explains how attention to detail set the restaurant apart.


Shamni Pande
July 24, 2012
The fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) story for the June quarter has been good so far, underlining the capacity of consumption in India to hold its own despite the headwinds of inflation and global economic slowdown.


Bibek Bhattacharya
August 7, 2009
It always pays to have a neatly-packed washbag.


Kapil Bajaj
June 9, 2008
Farmers in Barabanki have turned successful mentha entrepreneurs with a little help from a technology institute. They have found in methanol mint a crop that is ideal for plugging the gap between rabi crop (wheat or potatoes) and kharif crop (rise). Almost 70 per cent of the total arable land in the district is being used to cultivate the \"bonus\" cash crop in addition to the traditional food crops. A report by Kapil Bajaj.


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