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'Breaking news on television is a joke'

'Breaking news on television is a joke'

IMAGE: Olga Tellis, one of the legends of Indian journalism. Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/   'There is too much news about film stars. There is too much fawning over wealth and power. There is a grey area between seriousness and triviality in news reporting now.' 'Mumbai is still a magnet. All the politicians have property in Mumbai. Politicians are the biggest racketeers here.' Olga Tellis, the legendary reporter who completed 50 years in journalism, tells A Ganesh Nadar/ ..., 1 month ago

Five hacks to save money on a home loan

A mortgage is a great responsibility that you must bear on able shoulders for a long period of time. If you already have a mortgage or are planning to avail of one soon, you are obviously confident of your finances, but a few tips to save money on your home loan couldn't hurt, right? Read on to find out more! A home loan is a long term commitment that you enter into with your lender. You must be completely prepared to take on this kind of a responsibility and be completely sure that you will ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Tracking the Bank of Baroda money trail, from Vikaspuri to Hong Kong

Operating from a largely empty office in a deserted building in West Delhi, Gurucharan Singh's Dhawan Creative apparently clocked trades 10 times its capital in a few months. Image: Dhawan dealt with engg products, chemicals and allied products, all types of readymade garments. Illustration:Uttam Ghosh/   About five minutes walk from the Janakpuri West metro rail station, past an old temple, is a colony called Shanker Garden. It appears largely residential but some buildings ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Excess provident fund money has to be returned

Otherwise, EPFO can freeze your account. But seek detailed calculation to verify the numbers Employees are always advised to try and not dip into their provident fund (PF) corpus because it is the most important portion of their retirement corpus. Even if a company closes down, employees will get at least some part of their PF. Both the employee and employer contribute 12 per cent each of the basic salary towards employees’ provident fund (EPF). For 2015-16, the government has fixed the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

An IITian's venture: Two years, dozens of firms, but no trace of money

Investors and EOW waded through a maze of legal obstacles to get their hands on the 'kingpin'. Image: R Subramanian. Photograph: Sreeram Selvaraj     What is common between the secret police of Nazi Germany, a Chinese organised crime ring, and the US military headquarters? All of these inspired the names of companies floated by Chennai-based businessman R Subramanian. Gestapo Investments, Triad Trading Services, and Pentagon Trading Services are now among 49 entities the economic ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The precision and concentration needed to make celluloid films is now sorely missing

NT NETWORK I hate actors; I don't choose actors, but only reactors as they have to react in front of the camera, said Kaushik Ganguly, the well-known Bengali writer-director belonging to the contemporary breed of filmmakers, adding that most ...
 Navhind Times23 hours ago

Good news! You can expect 10.8% salary hike next year

Indian employers are expected to shell out an average salary hike of 10.8 per cent to their staff in 2016 despite being less upbeat on the business outlook, but the inflation will end up eroding much of the increments, says a Towers Watson report. According to the Towers Watson 2015-16 Asia-Pacific Salary Budget Planning Report, "India is expected to see an overall projected salary increase of 10.8 per cent. Factoring inflation at 6.1 per cent, the net salary increase in 2016 is expected to be ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Best ways to save tax and get richer

Taxpayers can claim a deduction on tuition fees for a maximum of two children.  Image: When saving for tax, the best instruments are those in the exempt-exempt-exempt (EEE) tax regime. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/     This time of the year, the salaried get busy finalising their tax-saving investments and other deductions, after employers send the investment declaration form. If you fail to give the details, with proofs, the organisation would start deducting the ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

Empowered panel on GST to meet today

Proposed revenue-neutral rate, selection of new chief likely on agenda The state finance ministers will meet on Friday to discuss the model goods and services tax laws and the revenue-neutral rate suggested by a sub-panel earlier.  The panel might also decide on a new chairman, as Kerala Finance Minister K M Mani had last week resigned as the GST panel chief after corruption charges were levelled against him. The Centre had last month circulated among states the draft of central GST, state ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

'My wife doesn't trust me'

"Everyone is born with insecurities, the trick lies in not letting it dominate you, give room to it but don't let it control you."'s Love Guru says it like no other. In an online chat every Thursday,'s Love Guru addresses relationship problems and attempts to offer earnest solutions. For those who missed the chat on November 19, here's the transcript: Zahir Shaikh: hi LG, I'm happily married man with 5 years of kid, my age is 36. But whenever I see a women elder to me, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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