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RBI eases business guidelines for white label ATMs

MUMBAI: RBI has eased business guidelines for white label ATMs allowing companies that manage these machines to source cashdirectly from the central bank, offer non bank services like bill payments and advertise even non financial products in their premises, increasing the revenue earning scope for these companies. White label ATM Operators (WLAO), can now source cash directly from RBI offices and currency chests, and will no longer be dependent on sponsor banks for procurement of cash. The RBI has allowed the operators to source cash from any scheduled bank including rural and cooperative banks, it…

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White rice and diabetes are not natural fits. Keep these diet tips in mind

Though some might argue that brown rice is a more healthy alternative, white rice is a more popular and preferred foodgrain across India, especially its eastern regions. White rice is a good source of carbohydrates and the better half of many delectable food combos like dal-chaawal, rajma-chawal, biryaanis, pulao, and so on. However, experts say that the calories in white rice can spike blood sugar levels, and excessive consumption could increase the risk of developing type-2 diabetes. White rice is a good source of carbohydrates and the better half of many delectable food combos like…

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Rice above white

Evolved eating patterns are slowly doing away with the whites on your plate and adding more hues to it. The idea being – more the colour in your dish, more vibrant your health will be. Colour means nutrients, colour means antioxidants, colour means fibre. And the latest food item to turn tinted is rice. Studies support the fact that eating whole grain rice varieties such as red and black rice is healthier than the good old white. Black rice, an Asian staple that’s always been part of northeastern cooking in…

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U.S. Breast Cancer Deaths Drop; Rate Among White Women Falls Most

U.S. death rates from breast cancer have dropped, although the decline was still greater among white women than black women, according to a study released Thursday. From 2010 to 2014, there were approximately 41,000 deaths each year from breast cancer, the second-most deadly cancer for women after lung cancer, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. While total death rates dropped during the five-year period, the decline was greater for white women at 1.9 percent per year compared with 1.5 percent per year for black women, the study…

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Get glowing, rejuvenated skin with white tea vitality facials

  Get youthful, rejuvenated skin (Thinkstock) The erratic weather and the prevalent humidity can ruin your skin. Lakme Salon’s White-Tea Vitality ritual, packed with antioxidants claims to combat urban life pollution and repair skin. The service is a relaxing one that is meant for all kinds of skin types and treats tired, dull and dehydrated skin specifically. The champagne of the tea world – white tea has antioxidant properties that drastically reduce tanning and nourish your skin and it literally lets your skin drink up the benefits of White Tea….

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White House Declines to Support Encryption Legislation: Reports

The White House is declining to offer public support for draft legislation that would empower judges to require technology companies such as Apple Inc to help law enforcement crack encrypted data, sources familiar with the discussions said. The decision all but assures that the years-long political impasse over encryption will continue even in the wake of the high-profile effort by the Department of Justice to force Apple to break into an iPhoneused by a gunman in last December’s shootings in San Bernardino, California. President Obama suggested in remarks last month…

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