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Expert tips to crack the CFA exam
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Expert tips to crack the CFA exam

In an online chat with readers, Vidhu Shekhar, country head - India, CFA Institute shared some crucial tips The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Program is a professional examination that tests aspirants for their analytical skills and knowledge in the core areas of finance. The program covers topics on investment management, financial analysis, stocks, bonds and derivatives, which are of interest to finance professionals. Lakhs of students register for the exam from across the country, ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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No country for political cinema: Prakash Jha and Neeraj Ghaywan at IFFI 2016

Prakash Jha isnt known for the frivolous. Most of his movies have a strong socio-political commentary, and deal with topics considered too serious for the rest of Bollywood. Neeraj Ghaywans directorial debut, Masaan, was in a similar vein, dealing with themes ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Trump's U turn on Taiwan shows he is learning: Chinese media

US President Donald Trumps decision to roll back his rhetoric on One China policy is a sign that he is "learning" about his new job and no longer wants to be a "disruptor" of the Sino-US ties, Chinas official media said today. Hailing Trumps surprise ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Chapters on social reformers among key inclusions in textbooks

The inclusion of chapters on Basavanna, Sangolli Rayanna and Savitribai Phule are among the changes to be effected in the state textbooks based on the recommendations of the textbook revision committee headed by writer Baragur Ramachandrappa. Ramachandrappa ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Digitising our country of sceptics

M Muneer believes segmenting the population on the basis of their propensity to embrace new technologies is the key to driving digitisation. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The pronouncements and predicaments of the demonetisation tsunami have still not ebbed. The new wave of digitisation and the cashless economy is consuming more ink in print and burning more bytes in social media than any other topic. The debate is on whether or not we have enough penetration of technology, power, ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

People use Facebook for social support, Twitter for knowledge

Social support is the main motive for Facebook use, while Twitter usage focuses more on gaining new knowledge and seeking advice, suggests a new study which reviewed 10 years of research on social support via social networking sites. Researchers at Michigan ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

Imperial Greed

INDIA WAS THE jewel the crown lost in 1947. The Kohinoor is the jewel still embedded in the crown that the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, wore. Linked by a gem that is uniquely Indian, the two books bear witness to a continuing fascination with an ...
 Open Magazine4 weeks ago

Riskfactor: That gut feeling

Have you ever had situations where you could not explain why you did something but just felt that it was the right thing to do? Do you have those gut feelings, sixth sense, or that inexplicable direction from the cosmos that tells you what to do? That’s ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Fathers, daughters & women in men's sport: Dangal is refreshingly free of cliches

Like his previous release PK, Aamir Khans latest movie Dangal has also triggered an interesting debate. People are asking whether the film really needed the dose of nationalism to drive home its message? Is wrestling a right career for women? Is it necessary ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

The changing face of urban areas

In the year 1569 CE, the Mughal emperor Akbar decided to build a new imperial capital. Some of the best architects of the time strove to translate Akbar's vision into a utopian city raised on a rocky sandstone ridge not far from Agra. Fourteen years later, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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