The disintegration of the Mughal Empire followed rapidly after the death of Aurangzeb in 1707. During his long reign of 49 years, Aurangzeb had done much to extend the frontiers of the empire he had inherited from his father, Shah Jahan, but the extensive military campaigns he conducted, particularly in the Deccan, created a severe […]

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Endometrial cancer (EC) is the most common gynaecological cancer amongst women in the UK. Although previous studies have found that women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) have at least a three fold increase in endometrial cancer (EC) risk compared to women without PCOS, the precise molecular mechanisms which link between PCOS and EC remain unclear. […]

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Now I’m scared I was deceiving myself to think that the garganuan amount of brainwashing that has gone on in this country where we are concerned yes, WE women was somehow a fading, distant memory. It’s scary, because your ilk is also very shrill, devious and resentful. I really would not put it past people […]

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The video, shot and uploaded to YouTube by Chef’s owner, Louise Vaughan, back in 2010, has gainedrecent viral success and now has well over 700,000 views, with commenters saying things like “So adorable. Animals are amazing. I hope they have a long and happy life” and “It’s so amazing how the dog used all of […]

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“It’s patently obvious that Google released this product before it should have. People spent a lot of money to get hold of the (Explorer) version, but when they actually did, there wasn’t much they can do with it. The biggest disappointment is the lack of apps for it,” said Nicky Danino, a senior lecturer in […]

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