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Spice it up with cinnamon to tackle metabolic syndrome

Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of conditions that occur due to imbalance of the body’s structural and biochemical processes which determine its metabolic functioning. It results in disorders like insulin resistance, clustering of abdominal obesity, high blood lipids, high blood sugar and hypertension, and increased risk of clotting, predisposing individuals to diabetes, stroke and coronary heart diseases.

Spice it up with cinnamon to tackle metabolic syndrome
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Sri Lanka has a very friendly image in the eyes of Pakistani people: Pak Envoy

The Export Development Board (EDB) of Sri Lanka with the collaboration of the High Commission of Pakistan organized a well-attended seminar on “Business Opportunities with Pakistan”, recently.

Chairperson of EDB Mrs  Indra Malwatte making an opening remarks
Acting High Commissioner of Pakistan Dr  Sarfraz Sipra addressing the audience
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PUCSL Asks CEB To Develop 12 New Electricity Generation Expansion Plans

Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL), the electricity sector regulator asked the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) to develop 12 new scenarios which will provide different power plant combinations to generate electricity for next 20 year and submit the plans on or before 07th of July 2017.

PUCSL Asks CEB  To Develop 12 New Electricity Generation Expansion Plans
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Canada celebrate 150th Anniversary of Confederation - Shelley Whiting

This year it takes on a very special meaning as we celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation, says Shelley Whiting, High Commission of Canada to Sri Lanka and Maldives.

 Shelley Whiting, High Commission of Canada to Sri Lanka and Maldives.
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A Serious Cyber Attack on NATO Members: it’s ground for triggering Article 5, says NATO chief

As the world is reeling from the massive ransomware attack, Jens Stoltenberg, the Nato secretary general, says a cyber-attack of this magnitude is ground for triggering the revised Article 5 of the military alliance – an attack on one member is an attack on all.

A Serious Cyber Attack on NATO Members:  it’s ground for triggering Article 5, says NATO chief
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