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Spend after saving, not the other way round

The new budget may not be populist but it does put more money in your pocket -- to spend or invest. What will you do? Would you purchase an LCD or would you rather invest it for the future? We asked you, our dear readers, what you'd do with that extra money and this is our first response. Niharika Tripathi writes in: We should save the extra 50,000 or whatever amount one can save. As it is good for us and for nation's economy as well. And this steps was taken specially to encourage household ..., 1 week ago

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Man held for posing as Kolkata Police traffic sergeant

KOLKATA: A man who was allegedly posing as a Kolkata Police traffic sergeant has been arrested by the detective department. Accused Debyajyoti Roy, a resident of Lake area, allegedly extorted Rs 16,000 from a car owner near Victoria House after ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Is your husband's mum a monster-in-law?

An excerpt from Veena Venugopal's new book -- The Mother-in-law: The other woman in your marriage. The mother-in-law has always been a reviled figure in India. So much so, the Indian television industry practically runs on shows demonising (usually) the mother of the heroine's husband. What makes her such a terrible figure in a woman's life? Veena Venugopal who spoke to several women about their relationships with their mothers-in-law, attempts to answer this in her new book -- The ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

What if Sajid Khan directed Mr India, Sholay?

What if Sajid Khan, who recently gave us Humshakals, touched our classics? Would cinema be as good? We take a look. Just how bad is Sajid Khan as a filmmaker? Awful enough to make the new age Ram Gopal Varma look as good as, well, the vintage Ram Gopal Varma... that’s how bad. Is Sajid Khan the worst director in Hindi cinema today? Based on his monumentally bad efforts so far, he may well be, but -- in a shattering blow to the very idea of democracy -- his films make money and find ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Mutual Funds witness rise in investments by group companies

Leading fund houses have seen a considerable increase in investments in their schemes by group companies in the first two months of the current fiscal. Largest fund house, HDFC Mutual Fund, witnessed 17% rise in investment in its schemes to Rs 6,462 crore (Rs 64.62 billion) by group companies during May. HDFC Mutual Fund was followed by ICICI Prudential MF (16%) and Birla Sun Life MF (13%) and Reliance MF (12%). However, UTI MF saw a drop of two% in investment in its schemes to Rs 3,069 crore ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Old, disabled retirees should get pension at doorstep: Govt

Pension woes of old and disabled retired employees may become a thing of past as the government is trying to ensure delivery of pension funds at their doorstep besides ensuring that pension payment order is handed over on the retirement day itself. The Department of Pension and Pensioner's Welfare is working on this front with the vision of ensuring a life of dignity for pensioners, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Jitendra Singh said. "The goal is to ensure 100 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Students union backtracks on offline admission demand

MALDA: The stalemate over admission in Raiganj College, which continued for over last two days, ended on Thursday. The students union has finally retreated from its position and accepted the online admission process. The principal, too, has ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

College head quits after union protest

Raiganj, June 4: The teacher-in-charge of Raiganj University College resigned yesterday evening, saying he couldn't bear pressure from the Chhatra Parishad-run student union to drop his plan to introduce online admission to the first-year ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Reporter's diary: Election 2014 from Kanyakumari to Kashi

A Ganesh Nadar’s tales from the campaign trail. In Kanyakumari, the highlight of my election coverage was when I showed Bharatiya Janata Party leader Arun Jaitley’s photograph to a J Jayalalithaa supporter and asked her who it was. “Rajiv Gandhi” was the prompt reply. **** Here one of the candidates had a coconut grove that gave two lakh coconuts every two months and the other candidate had 61 shops and a television channel. In Tamil Nadu, money always wins but this ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Govt banks lure customers away from private lenders

The perception that customers prefer private lenders to public sector banks for retail loans might not be prevalent any more, if a recent survey by Nielsen is to be believed. Private lenders such as ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank, which spearheaded the retail loan revolution and introduced the equated monthly instalment culture in the country in early 2000, had the first mover’s advantage through the last decade, with retail advances accounting for the majority of their loan books. But, things ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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