Earning returns from an asset lying idle can be a good option in times of volatility, says Manish Shah. Indians love physical assets - gold and real estate - and have emotions attached to it. Tell us about ancestral property or jewelry that’s an heirloom, and we stop viewing it as an asset with monetary value. We hold on to property because “it was my grandfather’s last wish to not sell it ever” and let it out despite low rental yields (annual rent earned from a ... Rediff.com, 14 hours ago
A US-based photographer of Nepali origin has sent a copyright notice to the Indian Prime Minister’s Office for allegedly using his photo without permission on an official Facebook page. According to Hindustan Times, the US law firm of Fish and ...DNA, 2 weeks ago Photographer sends copyright notice to Modi's office over Diwali pics Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
World News: 14:00 GMT Friday 12th June 2015 . [ Fish & Richardson via Marketwire via SPi World News ] This story BOSTON, MA (Marketwired) 06/12/15 Fish & Richardson is representing professional photographer Bimal Nepal in a pro bono ...SPi World News, 2 weeks ago Fish & Richardson Helps Boston-Area Photographer Protect His Copyright Citybizlist, 2 weeks ago FISH & RICHARDSON : Helps Boston-Area Photographer Protect His Copyright 4 Traders, 2 weeks ago
Zaveri Bazaar is probably the oldest gold market in India and yet there are many areas that are still untouched by the development. The quaint old jewellery shops and dilapidated buildings still maintain an old world charm. With over 7,000 shops in the midst of old temples, some dating back to over 200 years, it is easy to see why Zaveri Bazaar continues to maintain its heritage, Shaheen Mansuri/Rediff.com reports. Image: Gold shops at Zaveri Bazar are one of the oldest in India. Photograph: ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The Modi government wants gold idling in temple vaults to be part of the India growth story. The trusts aren't enthusiastic On April 21, India celebrated Akshaya Tritiya, a day considered auspicious by Hindus for buying gold. But it's not the ...India Today, 2 months ago
Gold purchases in India started slowly on Tuesday, a festival day, despite a fall in local prices, as hard times in rural areas have hit demand and many buyers are holding back because they expect prices to fall even further. Indians are the world's biggest ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago Gold demand muted on Akshaya Tritiya, buyers hope for lower prices| Reuters First Post.com, 2 months ago
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