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grapefruit

A tropical tree (scientific name: Citrus paradisi) which produces a large, yellow, tart (acidic) fruit, rich in flavonoids, lycopene, and vitamin C. C Its scientific name is Citrus paradisi.

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The consumption of the fruit alters the metabolism of a wide variety of medications, including HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors (statins), calcium channel blockers, and immunosuppressive drugs, e.g., cyclosporine, among others, by inhibiting cytochrome CYPA34 enzymes in the liver.
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There were speculations that Narayanan would quit after a new reporting structure was put in place when Binny Bansal -- the then CEO at Flipkart Group (which owns Myntra and Jabong) -- quit the company.
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10 October 2014 - US-based online retailer Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) is holding preliminary discussions to acquire Indian online fashion and lifestyle retail portal Jabong.com, the Economic Times reported on Friday, citing four insiders.
Maharashtra, April 19 -- Sourabh Kant Shrivastava showcased a unique couture and pret line called "Rebirth in Kaliyug" at Jabong Stage at Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014.
The app was made by Samsung's R&D team based out of India and currently supports Amazon India, Jabong and Shopclues.
The actor conducted a fitness session for the employees of online fashion e-tailer Jabong. Vidyut made a secret entry and enthralled the employees, and gave them fitness tips.
It tried to buy growth to stay ahead by acquiring fashion e-tailers Myntra and Jabong but Amazon raced past.
This trend encourages competition in the vibrant online clothing sales market with regional companies Fast Retailing, VIP.com, Jabong, Myntra and others competing with the global retail E-Commerce giants such as Amazon.