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Courts of Edinburgh issued a Winding-Up Order for the Hearts Club

The Court of Session in the Edinburgh issued a winding up order against the Hearts since they have failed to pay back the bill amounting to £450,000 before the prescribed period of time. The order was basically because of the unpaid tax bill of £1.75m that the Hearts Foundations contesting at present. The Court has given a grace period of eight days for paying the VAT and the PAYE amounts that has been unpa ...

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Suspension from Nine Games for IU Freshmen Jurkin and Mosquera-Perea

The NCAA University announced the suspension of the Indiana freshmen Hanner Mosquera-Perea and Peter Jurkin from nine games. This was as a result of the outcome of improper benefits that they were suspected to have received from a coach from AAU while they were in the high school. Mark Adams is the coach from the AAU who offered these benefits for the freshmen players. Length of suspension was appealed by t ...

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Alarming Side Effects of Same Drugs on Women rather than in Men

Recent researches are sending an alarm amongst women about the different kind of hazardous reactions that the same drugs such as painkillers, anti-depressants, certain medications that are taken for diseases like blood pressure are creating in the bodies of women. There were various researches conducted by numerous teams in New Zealand, Dutch and UK and the entire teams of scientists came to the same conclu ...

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Speedy Sedan Solution for Wrinkles from Honda

Wrinkles are always unloved by every girl and women in the whole world. Especially when these wrinkles appear little earlier in their life then it would be hated and never welcomed. The efficient crew members of the Honda understood the dilemma that every woman is going through because of the wrinkle issues. And therefore they have introduced a car that will help women to fight against the various factors t ...

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The New Sleep Drug

All sleep drugs work in similar way: they turn off the brain cells by stimulate the brain receptors that have an effect on the brain cells. While in the earlier times, beer did this job, it is now taken over by drugs like Halcion, Valium and Ambien, which is the best selling sleep drug. However, there is a new improvement in this area and a sleep researcher at Merck, John Renger and his team claim that they ...

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The Case Of A Good Man Doing A Bad Thing

The case of Rajat Gupta is an extremely unique case as he was an extraordinary man who devoted his entire life for the betterment of his fellow humans, colleagues and all those who came into his contact. Yet he did something which is not at all acceptable. He did insider trading. Rajat Gupta, Board Member of the Goldman Sachs was accused of insider trading by disclosing vital non-public information of the c ...

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Home Improvement Industry Set to Witness Rise in Customers

Even before the super storm Sandy hit America, the industry had already started to witness some increase in the number of home owners opting for home improvement. This was due to the fact that there had been no renovations and home improvements due to the general depression in the market and tightness of money. However, with the improvement in general conditions of the economy and increase in the property p ...

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Orient Express to Launch New Train Trips

The schedule of the coveted train Orient Express is set for a change. With a view to adding in new customers Orient Express is about to start new trips and cruises to several new destinations in 2013. In the first of these new destinations, Orient Express is adding Scandinavia where the train will travel from Stockholm via Copenhagen and return from Stockholm to Italy via Copenhagen. Also added on the list ...

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The Issue of Taxing Foods

The food industry is tied upon the recent issue of taxing food items, which is now gaining prominence as more and more governments are thinking to introduce the taxes. The issue of taxing foods according to the nutrition that they provide is seen as a way to tackle the menace of obesity and curb the rising incidents of diet-related health problems. The taxes have been implemented in France, Hungary and Denm ...

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The Children Must Be Returned To Family: French Alps Shooting

The survivors from the British family, which was brutally shot at when they were vacationing in the French Alps in September are demanded to be returned back to their relatives. As must be known, a British family which was vacationing in the French Alps was shot dead along with a French cyclist. Those among the dead were Iqbal al-Saffar, her husband Saad al-Hilli and her mother. The French cyclist too had b ...

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