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OdishaDiary Announces Odisha Living Legends, Odisha Youth Inspiration Awards for 2014
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OdishaDiary Announces Odisha Living Legends, Odisha Youth Insp...

Padma Vibhusan Raghunath Mohapatra, Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia, Padma Shree Jayanta Mahapatra, eminent actor Gopal Ghosh, Social activists Vidya Das and Achyut Das to receive Odisha Living Legend Awards this year Report by Kamala Kanta Dash, ... Orissadiary.com, 1 month ago
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The Travelling Trousseau

An outfit from Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla's bridal collection Renaissance The closing sequence of Mumbai designer Monisha Jaising's India Couture Week show in July saw showstopper Lisa Haydon walk out in a button down white shirt, worn with a ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
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India Inc's growing disconnect between profits and dividends

Some big ones hoard cash unduly and others borrow to keep up payments to shareholders, possibly prompting Sebi to propose a dividend policy for listed companies Here's a poser for the founders and the top management at Infosys: Had the information technology major been more generous in distributing its surplus cash over the years to its shareholders, would the promoters have had less incentive to sell their holdings to fund their post-retirement pursuit? Two days ago, the company’s four ...
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Will Jaitley reintroduce Fringe Benefits Tax?

FBT was an unpopular tax and withdrawn before the General Elections in 2009 The Tax Administration and Reform Commission (TARC) has suggested reintroducing the Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) and Banking Cash Transaction Tax (BCTT) to widen the tax base, minimising various tax exemptions, and staying away from amnesty schemes as these cause inequity among taxpayers. In its third report given to the finance ministry, the panel headed by Parthasarathi Shome said unlike earlier, even legislators and ...
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How EMIs destroy your dreams!

Abhishek Agarwal, co-founder of CreditVidya.com, takes a controversial view on how our dreams are being mortgaged by EMIs we keep paying month after month. Fixed costs? Zero. Risk-appetite? High. Can pack bags and change countries tomorrow? Yes. Value on freedom? Priceless. High on life? Absolutely! The thought of compromising on my dreams to invest in an asset class (say a home on EMI)to increase my net worth in the future makes me want to throw up in my mouth. To my parents' dismay, who ...
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Strangest interview question: 'Why are manholes round?'

We'd asked you, dear readers, to tell us what are the strangest questions asked to you in a job interview.  Here are a few interesting responses we received from you. You can e-mail yours too! Illustrations by Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com We start off with this response shared by reader Atul Panday. Here are the two interesting questions he shared:   Question 1: Why are manholes round?Question 2: If you had to choose between your hand and legs -- the other would get amputated -- which one ...
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I too became a TV talking head!

'Soon enough, we were out shouted. The journalist had a multiple agenda -- he berated the Government, the bureaucracy in general and the UPSC system that selected them.' Ambassador B S Prakash recalls his participation in a TV debate. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com You may have wondered how the 'talking heads' on television news channels, who sprout wisdom night after night on varied subjects, are chosen. Some, of course, are familiar faces to you: Representatives of political parties, ...
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26/11 victims seek Rs 4,233 cr compensation from Pak perpetrators

Nine American and Israeli victims of the 2008 Mumbai attacks have demanded a compensation of $688 million (around Rs 4,233 crore) from the Pakistan-based perpetrators of the terror assault, including Jammat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed. In a re-submission before a New York court on October 30 and 31, the nine victims of the Mumbai attacks -- from the US and Israel -- argued for a "trial by jury" and "default judgement" against JuD/Lashkar-e-Tayiba. They also argued for a "trial by jury" and ...
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Financial lies that we tell ourselves

We don't lie just to people we know. We also lies to ourselves. These are financial lies that we love telling ourselves: 1. I will be greedy when others are fearful and fearful when others will get greedy. 2. I NEVER make emotional decisions. 3. The last 5 years the market has done nothing so in the next 4 years it will double itself -- just as a catch up. 4. Investing is easy. 5. I have a DCF (discounted cash flow) model that tells me exactly why Colgate is a good buy. 6. I am following Peter ...
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Missed your loan EMI? Be prepared for these consequences

There is a joke doing rounds on internet. Entering into a mortgage is like getting married. Before you get into it you do not know how bad it can be, but all of us need it. While it is difficult to give you a list of consequences – good or bad J -- for marriage, it is not so difficult o list them out for mortgage.  When Rajesh Atmalingam, a Mumbai-based marketing professional, took a home loan, he was just 25. A couple of years later he missed three EMIs. He was shocked when his car ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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