Emily heralded as breakthrough in DUB management

Posted on 22 Feb 2013 | Posted in Innovations

"To adequately bridge the gender gap in medication management, we need to emphasize more research on women from the very beginning of the drug discovery process..." Continue Reading...

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Viva Vijay Diwas

Posted on 01 Feb 2013 | Posted in General

Originally Vijay Diwas (Victory day) on December 16 symbolises Bijoy Dibosh the day observed to celebrate the end of the Bangladesh Liberation War. After the Kargil Victory, July 26 1999, was called as Kargil Vijay Diwas. All these celebrations symbolised the victory of our nation in wars. Continue Reading...

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HLL’s fertility measuring kits a first in India

Posted on 17 Nov 2012 | Posted in Innovations

Receiving a new technology can be likened to holding a new born baby. It is like looking at the result of a long period of care and patience. Ironically, the baby here is a first-of-its-kind, cost-effective urine-based fertility measuring kit. Continue Reading...

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Cyclebeads offer natural family-planning option

Posted on 17 Nov 2012 | Posted in Family Planning

HLL made another unique attempt at introducing a natural family planning method through Cyclebeads. Developed by researchers at Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health, Cyclebeads is based on the Standard Days Method (SDM) and is a very effective method for women to prevent unplanned pregnancies Continue Reading...

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When the Mozart of Madras did HLL's jingle

Posted on 17 Nov 2012 | Posted in General

Sifting through archives for our Heritage series in the company magazine HLL Family revealed the AR Rahman connection we had in the late 80s. This was in the days when the Mozart of Madras, as he is known, was busy in the advertisement world, composing jingles. His debut in the film world was to come only in 1992 with Mani Ratnam's Roja. Continue Reading...

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