Productivity-enhancing wonder drug

Would you believe coffee, the world’s most popular drug is an indispensable part of daily life for billions of people around the world – one of the most valuable commodities in the history of global capitalism? In1896 March, an American graduate did a strange contraption – “ glass cage” in fact a copper chamber, seven…

Coronavirus the facts

    According to John Hopkins University Coronavirus the following facts: “ The virus is not a living organism, but a protein molecule (DNA) covered by a protective layer of Lipid (fat), which, when absorbed by the cells of the ocular, nasal or buccal mucosa, changes their generic code ( mutation) and convert them into…

Frozen concentrated orange jui ces trading up 25 per cent

Consumers who were worried about contracting COVID-19 have been boosting their immune system by drinking orange juices. Frozen concentrated orange juice, traded in New York, rising 25 per cent to $1.214 a pound since the start of January. US shoppers were stockpiling on the staple, as fears over labour shortage in factories and transportation have…

Trendsetting soda inspiring by parsis in India

In India Parsis from Persia  were instrumental for popularising and producing carbonated beverages in India two centuries ago, which is now a £7bn industry.   A bottle of Pallonji’s Raspberry soda come with a disclaimer “Contains no fruit”Electric red in colour syrupy drink sold in the Irani cafes in Western city of Bombay. Soda had…

UK’s accelerated shutdown to stem spread of coronavirus

Social Shutdown pubs, Restaurants,  Cinemas, Theatres, Gyms, Spa ordered to close Mr. Johnson urged the public to stay at home as far as possible and think very carefully before visiting relatives on Mothering Sunday tomorrow .and said “bit by bit, day by day, your actions, your restraint, and your sacrifice, we are putting his country…

World markets tumbles due to coronavirus as British man dies in Japan

A British man, Australian man  who was on the Diamond Princess Cruise ship has died from Coronavirus, according to Japan’s health ministry. He is the first British person to die from Covid-19, the respiratory disease caused by the virus. Hundreds of people on board the liner became infected while it was held in quarantine off…

Headache for Nurofen owner as they lose £5bn

Nurofen-Dettol and Durex owner Reckitt Benckiser have a headache as Reckitt posted a £3.7 billion loss yesterday as it took a £5 billion charge on its takeover of baby formula maker Mead  Johnson. Reckitt which also owns Cillit Bang acquired baby milk maker Mead Johnson in a mammoth £13 billion ($16.6 billion) deal in 2017.…

Coronavirus hits 10 Italian towns kills 6 and 230 affected

Ten-Towns in Italy’s wealthy northern regions battled to contain the biggest outbreak of coronavirus outside Asia. Officials have imposed strict quarantine and said that a sixth Italian has died from the virus as the infection count rose to 230, up from three identified cases on Friday morning. Billions were wiped off stock markets around the world…

Bring a dog for the bar staff to play with

  Dog of all sizes are welcome at the ground floor bar in   where they will be given a bowl of water on arrival and looked after by bar staff while you sup up your favourite cocktails or spirits with 20 per cent off the generous portion of meals prices. Located off City Road, East…

Death of a whistleblwoer and hero

Dr. Li  Wenliang, the Chinese doctor who tried to warn about the coronavirus outbreak, has died after contracting the virus while treating patients in Wuhan, which has sparked public anger and grief in China. Last December he sent a message to fellow medics warning of a virus he thought looked like Sars – a global…