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Are SIPs Better Than Lumpsum Investments? Know Here...

Posted by Equitymaster Systematic Investment Plans (SIPs) of mutual funds are so aggressively promoted and popularised that many tend to believe that mutual fund SIP is an investment product by itself. However, a SIP is only a facility offered by Asset ... Equitymaster.com, 1 week ago

4 Smart Ways To Invest in Gold

Posted by Equitymaster We Indians have insatiable appetite for gold. We keep buying the precious yellow metal for a variety of reason and on various occasions. For over decades, gold has been considered a traditional safe haven, a currency of choice, a store ...
 Equitymaster.com3 weeks ago
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Will you help this child?

November 22 is a big day for Krishna Gulwani. It's the day the six year old will make a Taiwan hospital his home for the next six months, as he starts life-saving treatment. More than a month after Rediff.com readers helped the boy (the earlier feature -- please see below -- helped raise Rs 170,000), his family's prayers have been answered. Krishna, his mother Vaishali and his father's employer and well-wisher Ajit Shah flew to Taiwan on November 17. Krishna will visit the hospital on November ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Jeet Thayil: A Poet’s Fiction

THE ARRIVAL OF Jeet Thayil’s new novel The Book of Chocolate Saints (Aleph; 501 pages; Rs 799) was heralded not by the usual melee of reviews and interviews. Instead, Jeet Thayil chose to interview Jeet Thayil in a national daily newspaper. Here was ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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'Mumma, why is it that boys stand and pee?'

What does one do when their children ask that 'dreadful' question? "Mumma, why do boys have a penis?" asked my six-year-old girl when I was getting her ready for school last week. Before I could reply to her first question, she dropped another bomb: "What do you call the private part of a girl?" Needless to say, I was not expecting it. At first, I didn't know what to say and to dodge it, I gently asked her if someone in school asked her the question. She started telling me that she wonders ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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