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Malaria vaccine gets go-ahead from EU regulators

The world's first malaria vaccine got a green light on Friday from European drugs regulators who recommended it should be licensed for use in babies in Africa at risk of the mosquito-borne disease. The shot, called RTS,S or Mo

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Pack like a pro -- tips from Samsonite

Tourists travelling this summer face one common problem – packing their luggage. Samsonite, a leading luggage manufacturer and retailer, has listed out tips to help travellers ‘pack like a pro’ – be it for leisure holiday

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Alwaleed Philanthropies donates generators to 3 Saudi villages

Saudi Arabia-based Alwaleed Philanthropies has donated electric generators to Om Onaique village, Al-Tharwah village, and Asfal Al-Jafra in Asir region in the kingdom. The number of homes benefiting from Alwaleed Foundation’

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Misfit launches new smart bulb 'Bolt'

Misfit, makers of Shine and Flash fitness and sleep monitors, has launched its second smart home product, Misfit Bolt, a wirelessly connected colour-changing light bulb that lets users personalise their home lighting. With Bolt, u

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Effect of light on sleep cycle in focus

The effect of light on a person’s sleep cycle or ‘circadian rhythm’ was the focus of a white paper issued by Philips, a leader in lighting. It compiled key insights from over 10 years of ongoing research, reveali

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Lighting industry majors focus on Middle East

More than 250 top players in the lighting industry will look to tap into the lucrative Middle East market at the ninth edition of Light Middle East, to be held in Dubai in November. The event will be taking place from November 3-5

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Alwaleed Foundation lights up 3 Saudi villages

Saudi Arabia-based Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation has donated electric generators to three villages in the Aseer region.   As part of the ‘Lighting up Towns & Villag

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New bill on safety of light cargo vessels approved

A new law covering safety regulations for light cargo ships was approved yesterday by Bahrain's Shura Council.    Under existing law, Coastguards can only deal with ships below 150 tonnes while internati

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Dubai Airports 'powers down' for green initiative

Dubai Airports has launched a campaign to turn off all non-essential lights at Dubai International for an hour everyday in the run-up to Earth Hour on March 29. The campaign will not affect essential facilities within the airport

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Alwaleed Foundation lights up 3 Saudi villages

Saudi Arabia-based Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation has donated electric generators for three villages in the Asir region. As part of the ‘Lighting up Lives’ project, the foundation provided generators to 50 houses in the

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