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When to exit expensive insurance policies
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When to exit expensive insurance policies

You can exit Ulips after five years, says Priya Nair.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com In the tax filing season, many people go ahead and buy insurance policies just to save some tax. And it is only after a couple of years that they realise that the policy is too expensive to maintain. Worse still, there are situations when you realise that a market-linked product is giving extremely low returns vis-a-vis your equity fund, simply because of the high costs. Many financial planners would ... Rediff.com, 5 days ago
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How to reduce health insurance premiums

Anil Rego shares six tips to help you bring down your cost of owning an insurance policy Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Having enough health insurance protection is non-negotiable. However, health insurance premiums can be high when one ends up taking protection for one's family as well as parents. Are there some ways in which one can invest in a smart manner such that the health insurance premiums can be reduced? Read on to know more. 1. Starting early This is the basic tenet for any ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago What's the best family health insurance?  Rediff.com1 month ago Trump era: Tips for NRIs returning to India  Rediff.com1 month ago Want insurance protection for your jewellery?  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Buying a maternity-linked plan? Read this

It might not offer adequate cover for all the costs you incur during delivery, but will give protection against unforeseen complications, says Yashish Dahiya, co-founder and CEO, Policybazaar.com Having a baby entails considerable expense, and having a good maternity insurance cover might help meet these. Unfortunately, there aren't many standalone maternity covers. They usually come as in-built features within health insurance plans and are designed to provide financial assistance during both ...
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Here's why Sharapova is getting wildcards

Sharapova's wildcards driven by media coverage, says Murray IMAGE: Russia's Maria Sharapova reacts. Photograph: Ian Walton/Getty Images The level of media coverage surrounding Maria Sharapova's return to tennis from a doping suspension has been a key factor in the five-time Grand Slam winner being offered wildcards to events, men's world number one Andy Murray has said. The Times reported this week that Sharapova would be awarded a wildcard by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) to play at next ...
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Airtel scores highest in 4G speed but Jio wins in signal availability

Mumbai has fastest 4G speed, Ahmedabad most consistent, says wireless coverage mapping firm OpenSignal Even as the pricing war heats up among telecom players for their 4G services, wireless coverage mapping firm OpenSignal has found a disparity in terms of speed and consistency in different regions across the country. According to Brendan Gill, chief executive officer (CEO) of OpenSignal, Mumbai has the fastest 4G speed. “We haven’t yet done a full geographic breakdown of India, ...
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Sena defends Gaikwad, says blaming politicians is now a fashion

Shiv Sena on Tuesday said the media’s extensive coverage of the Gaikwad-Air India row made even infiltrations from Pakistan look “lesser evil” and noted that it has now become a fashion to hold politicians responsible for everything. The Sena also asked why the government was only talking about discipline while flying and not on the ground as well, and why the Centre does not threaten to dissolve a state assembly when there is even one incident of farmer suicide. “It ...
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Could 2017 be a repeat of 1975?

'It would be too sweeping to say that the elites and the middle-class don't care about liberty.''It is just that they are always calculating the trade-offs: What's in it for me, what could it cost me?''To that extent, we haven't changed in 40 years,' says Shekhar Gupta.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In this season of alternative histories, is it possible to script one for the Emergency? It was the darkest period in the history of independent India and people refused to put up with it.
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Indrani Mukerjea booked for rioting inside prison

Nearly 200 Byculla Jail inmates, including Indrani Mukerjea, the prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, have been booked for rioting and other offences following the death of a woman convict. Manju Govind Shette, 45, a convict, died at the government-run J J Hospital on Friday night after allegedly being beaten up by a woman prison official. Subsequently, six jail staffers were placed under suspension and on Sunday police registered a case under IPC section 302 (punishment for murder) ...
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Modi-Trump meet: Why I have low expectations

Here's why Rajeev Srinivasan believes there will be nothing particularly positive about the prime minister's US visit. IMAGE: The fact that it has taken this long for the US to extend an invitation to Narendra Modi suggests that India is not on Donald Trump's event horizon.Photographs: Peter Nicholls/Getty Images and Carlos Barria/Reuters   Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not naive, so he is surely approaching his fifth visit to the United States, and his first meeting with US President ...
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Check out how ICC is popularising women's cricket

IMAGE: ICC Women's captains with the World Cup trophy. Photograph: ICC/Twitter International Cricket Council on Saturday announced the ICC Women's World Cup will be the first global sports event to launch special Twitter emojis for captains as part of an unprecedented level of digital coverage for the women's game. The ICC Women's World Cup, which got underway in Derby with host England taking on India in the first game, will be the first global women's event where captain's emojis can be ...
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