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Tips to help save money on your car insurance policy
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Tips to help save money on your car insurance policy

As per the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, a valid motor insurance providing third-party liability cover is mandatory for all vehicles on public space in India. The number of deaths as a result of vehicular accidents is high in the country. Accidents can't be ... Sify, 2 months ago

Do you know how many forts are hidden in Mumbai?

The rising popularity of Heritage Walks is uncovering forgotten historic sites all over India.Sadiya Upade reports. Don't miss: These forgotten forts in Mumbai are worth your timePhotograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com.   'If you go back to the 16th century, the Portuguese had complete monopoly over the sea trade route to India from Europe,' begins Alisha Sadikot, who runs the Inheritage Project in Mumbai. 'Jan Huygen van Linschoten, a name largely forgotten, changed all that. An ...
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Union Budget 2018: Here is the full text of Finance Minister Arun Jailtey's speech

On Thursday, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presented the last full budget of the Modi government. Arun Jaitley, who arrived in the Lok Sabha to present the general budget for the fiscal year 2018-19, was the center of attraction between journalists and ...
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In Budget, Jaitley announces world's largest health protection plan

The National Health Protection Scheme -- announced by the finance minister -- is aimed at benefiting 10 crore poor families by providing coverage of up to Rs 5 lakh per family per year HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2018 BUDGET The Centre on Thursday announced the world’s largest government funded health care programme, aimed at benefiting 10 crore poor families by providing coverage of up to Rs 5 lakh per family per year for secondary and tertiary care hospitalisation. The National Health ...
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Budget 2018: What young India needs from Modi Sarkar

Education, jobs, health and more: Experts share their wishlist. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com EDUCATION Uday Salunkhe, director, WeSchool "India is currently the fastest growing economy in the world. "It has an upper edge with its demographic dividend, which needs to be appropriately skilled to add economic value to the nation. "We welcome various initiatives undertaken by the Government to provide thrust to skilling the youth, however, it needs to incentivise higher education ...
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Spy’s eye: Modi shines as a mentor

The address of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Davos – the first key note speech of an Indian Prime Minister at the World Economic Forum- has successfully established India as the thought leader in today's unsafe and economically divided world. Speaking in ...
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Why India must LISTEN to this man

'Learning by doing is in our genes.''We are applying the wrong method by making our children sit in a classroom for eight hours, listening to someone talk.' IMAGE: 'Teachers are like rubber stamps; when a stamp has a spelling mistake, every impression it creates will have that mistake,' says Sonam Wangchuk. Photograph: M I Khan Sonam Wangchuk is a man of many parts. The education reformist has been working for decades to change the Indian education system. An environmentalist, he has been ...
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Dr Jawahar Surisetti wants India to be Global Peace Capital

Dr Jawahar Surisetti is featured as one of the top 24 people in the country to watch out for in 2018 by New Indian Express. A top-notch policy maker of international fame, Dr Jawahar has been known to be a thinker and implementer of the social education in ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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'If we make proper choices, we'll be a great nation'

'If not, we can become frighteningly chaotic, more chaotic than what we are today.''In today's environment in the country, we still have a window of opportunity.' Dr Baldev Raj, director of the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bengaluru, passed away suddenly on Saturday, January 6. Dr Raj -- (April 9, 1947-January 6, 2018), a former director of the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam -- was in Pune to attend a meeting at the Centre for Materials for Electronics ...
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50 Shades of Indian Startup Ecosystem [The 2017 edition]

If 2016 was all about startups laying off and facing funding crisis, 2017 is the year which brought a lot of sanity in the market. The sanity, not driven by internal maturity, but largely by external market conditions. 50 Shades of Indian Startups : 2017 ...
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